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District Engineer
Job Duties: Provide executive leadership, strategic and organizational direction and managerial expertise for the district in order to develop and manage public policy, establish priorities, and implement programs in an integrated manner. Manage overall operations including transportation program delivery, maintenance, legislative and policy development, strategic planning, enterprise risk management, and organizational change management to assure continuous improvement in cost, quality and timely delivery of products and services. This position is also accountable for human, fiscal and all other resources needed to carry out these responsibilities.

Minimum Qualifications: To qualify, applicants must have a current registration as a Professional Civil Engineer with the Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geo-science and Interior Design (AELSLAGID)


Three years of managerial experience overseeing a complex civil engineering unit (for example, serving as an Administrative Engineer Senior (20M) or Administrative Engineer Management (18M); or equivalent).

If qualified, please upload your resume and written summary of your experience (one document) in each of the following (one page per area) in order to be considered further in the selection process:

* Leadership and Management: Demonstrated ability to enhance trust with transparency, accountability and experience which demonstrates a broad understanding of leadership and management in program delivery and maintenance settings. Demonstrated ability to lead change and maintain a strong team environment.

* Technical Expertise: Experience which demonstrates a broad understanding of the technical areas affecting MnDOT’s district and division engineering and maintenance activities. Experience should demonstrate a broad understanding and support for project management.

* Fiscal and Human Resources Management: Experience which demonstrates a broad understanding to ensure effective utilization in accomplishing work with the ability and willingness to implement different effective service delivery models.

* Policymaking and Strategic Direction & Initiatives: Experience developing and implementing innovative policies, practices and strategic directions and initiatives and substantial knowledge of and experience with the legislative process.

*Relationship Building: Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a wide variety of stakeholders; experience building and maintaining effective working relationships with internal and external partners.

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Posted on: Wednesday, June 06, 2018
This listing expires on: Monday, June 25, 2018

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