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Below is a list of Employment Opportunities related to the Asphalt Industry. If you are a seeking employment, click on the More Information link. The Jobs are listed in chronological order. If you would like to post an available position on this site, send your job posting information to Tom Clayton to be posted on our site. If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call us at 303-741-6150.
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES RELATED TO THE ASPHALT INDUSTRY

 

CURRENT JOBS IN THE CAPA JOBS POSTINGS

Town of Mead - Engineering, Pavement Management Program Manager
City of Boulder - Public Works - Transportation Maintenance Senior Project Manager
City of Boulder- Public Works - Maintenance worker I-IV Street Sweeper
City of Durango - CIP Project Manager
Town of ParkerStreets Maintenance Technician 1, 2, or 3
City and County of DenverAsphalt Maintenance Technician – Denver Parks & Recreation
Jefferson County Public Schools - Journeyman Position
City of Greenwood VillageMaintenance Worker
City of Greenwood Village, Junior Inspector
Aggregate Industries, WCR, Quality Control Technician II
Aggregate Industries, WCR,
Best Engineering Solutions, Geotechnical Project Engineer


Town of Mead - Engineering - Pavement Management Program Manager
Closing Date 7/15/2022 Click Here to see the full job description and to apply.

Salary - $103,800.00 - $155,700.00 Annually
Location - Town of Mead
Job Type - Full-Time
Department - Public Works


The Town of Mead is a small, enchanting community that's creating a buzz as one of the best places to live, work, and play. Our quaint little town includes many families who are attracted to Mead's safe and friendly community, great schools, and ideal location. It's where quality of life meets happy living. 

Summary of Duties

The Town of Mead recently passed a dedicated sales tax for street maintenance, significantly expanding the program. The Town is now seeking someone to manage all aspects of the program, including project and construction management functions for concrete repair, asphalt patching, asphalt paving/overlay, chip/slurry seal, crack seal, sweeping, striping, stormwater, bridge maintenance and dust control.  The ideal candidate will have extensive field experience, as well as experience determining maintenance project scopes, cost estimating, bid document/specification preparation, procurement, contract administration, and construction inspection. This position is a combination of office and field work, with half of the time spent working in the field.

Qualified candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field, as well as experience related to the pavement management field and five years of experience related to concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, asphalt pavement, and drainage design or construction.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field with experience related to the pavement management field is required.
  • Five (5) years of experience related to concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, asphalt pavement, and drainage design and/or construction is required.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  
  • Registration as Professional Engineer (PE) in Colorado is preferred. 
  • Valid Colorado Driver’s License and a satisfactory driving record.

 



City of Boulder - Public Works - 
Transportation Maintenance Senior Project Manager

Click Here to see the Full Job Description and Apply Here

OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE 

Under the general guidance of the Transportation Maintenance Manager, develop, implement, and analyze infrastructure maintenance programs, work plans, and department priorities. Collaborate with other Transportation & Mobility divisions, city departments, and public and private projects to identify, participate in, and prioritize projects and plans that ensure the safe and effective function of the department. Provide input and feedback on extra-departmental projects and plans, including both private and public project development plans, to ensure seamless integration with Transportation & Mobility and confirm maintenance serviceability.  Prepare analyses of anticipated nature, extent, and cost of potential plan, program, and project impacts to maintenance, repair work, equipment needs, and labor requirements as to all aspects of the city’s transportation infrastructure. Implement changes based on analysis as plans and projects come to fruition, via coordination with Transportation Maintenance Manager and Transportation Maintenance Field Supervisors. Perform related administrative duties as required.  

The starting pay for this position is $89,856 - $109,824 annually, commensurate with experience. Click Here to see the Full Job Description and  Apply Here

Website http://www.bouldercolorado.gov


City of Boulder - Public Works Street Sweeper operator

See the FULL Job Description and Apply Here 

Basic Job opening and Overall Job Objective

To perform a variety of street maintenance and repair tasks in the areas of maintenance, construction and equipment operation for Boulder transportation corridors. The skill level required depends on whether the position is at the I, II, III, or IV level as explained below.
Maintenance Operator I: Performs entry level to semi-skilled tasks.
Maintenance Operator II: Performs semi-skilled to skilled tasks.
Maintenance Operator III and IV: Provides staff direction, daily coordination of activities, and performs skilled to semi-skilled tasks.
 
Hiring Ranges:

Maintenance Operator I Street Sweeper: $17.42 - $21.35 per hour
Maintenance Operator II Street Sweeper: $20.95 - $25.90 per hour
Maintenance Operator II Street Sweeper: $23.05 - $28.14 per hour
Maintenance Operator IV Street Sweeper: $27.90 - $34.06 per hour

See the FULL Job Description and Apply Here 

Website http://www.bouldercolorado.gov


City of Durango - CIP Manager

Minimum Education and Certification: Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering or closely related field. Must maintain a valid driver’s license.
Minimum Experience: Five (5) years of project management experience in field construction, some of which will have been specific to Transportation projects. 

GENERAL PURPOSE:  To plan, manage, supervise, coordinate, and implement capital improvements, master plans and projects, especially as related to Transportation projects; to coordinate assigned activities with other city departments, divisions, and outside agencies; and to provide responsible staff assistance to the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Division Manager and Director of Public Works. 
GENERAL POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The following duties are normal for this position.  However, they are not to be construed as exclusive or all–inclusive.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily.  Other duties may also be required or assigned.

  • Plan and implement capital improvement projects and other construction projects; particularly Transportation projects to include Streets, Sidewalks, ADA Ramps, Storm Drains and Inlets, Parking, Transit, and other Multimodal infrastructure. 
  • Manage contractors and on-site construction activities as the designated Construction Project Manager.
  • Report to project team on all elements of risk associated with scope, schedule and budget; to include updates to the Multimodal and/or Infrastructure Advisory Boards as needed. 
  • Serve as liaison for the Public Works Department with other City divisions and departments, as well as outside agencies, including close coordination with Streets and Multimodal staff, contractors, utility agents and other stakeholders. 
  • Review plans and specifications, then in conjunction with the purchasing division, prepare bid documents for all Transportation capital improvement and construction projects.
  • Participate in evaluation of value engineering alternative solutions with designer and contractor.
  • Coordinate with project team to ensure timely handling of submittals, requests for information (RFI’s), and plan revisions.
  • Manage meetings and correspondence with stakeholders; review pay applications; review and resolve change order requests; review record drawings and complete project closeout activities.
  • Coordinate with contractor to develop, evaluate and maintain the project schedule to avoid potential delays, achieve milestones, and meet completion dates.
  • Monitor and inspect and/or direct inspection of work progress to ensure adherence to construction standards and specifications, for quality control and assurance; identify and resolve problem issues in a timely manner.
  • Prepare and/or direct preparation of daily field observation and monthly progress reports with photo documentation.
  • Review contractor’s adherence to job site safety policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned programs; recommend and administer policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the development and administration of the annual, 5-year and 10-year Capital Improvements program budget; submit budget recommendations; track and monitor expenditures.
  • Provide responsible staff assistance to the Public Works Director and CIP Division Manager.
  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of construction management.

 



City of Durango
- Senior CIP Inspector

Minimum Education: Equivalent to completion of High School or GED plus college level coursework in engineering, drafting or related area. 

Minimum Experience:  Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in public works, construction or technical engineering. Two years of supervisory experience.  Or a combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the position duties and responsibilities.

Certifications: Within 6 months of employment:  American Public Works Association (APWA) Construction Inspection Workshop & Certificate, First Aid/CPR/AED and OSHA 10.  Within first year of employment:  Traffic Control Supervisor, Qualified Stormwater Manager, and Colorado Certified Water Professional Distribution 1 and Collections 1.  Certifications to be maintained as a condition of employment.  

GENERAL PURPOSE:  Performs field inspection/supervision and approval of construction and installations, review plans and specifications for constructability and collaborate and confer with CIP staff, contractors, and architects/engineers. Leads, guides and directs CIP Inspectors in their assigned duties.
GENERAL POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The following duties are normal for this position.  However, they are not to be construed as exclusive or all–inclusive.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily.  Other duties may also be required or assigned.

  • Lead, train, assign and review the work of City project CIP Inspectors.
  • Perform office review of construction plans and specifications to ensure compliance with local and state standards and to familiarize oneself with the proposed construction as necessary to complete field inspections.
  • Conduct construction site inspections to ensure work is performed in compliance with local and state requirements.  Field verify that construction is in accordance with approved design drawings, specifications, standards and codes; and record all field inspections for a permanent project record.  Items inspected to include:
  • Waterline disinfection and testing processes to ensure compliance with project specifications and AWWA standards. 
  • Temporary traffic controls in work zones to ensure compliance with approved traffic control plans and MUTCD; suggest revisions to plans as appropriate. 
  • Water management and pollution control measures and permanent storm water improvements for compliance with stormwater regulations, including initial enforcement as necessary.
  • Permanent materials installed are per approved submittals.
  • On site testing of soils, aggregates, concrete, asphalt or other materials and installations as applicable is completed per requirements; gather and review test results to ensure compliance with specifications.
    • Collaborate and confer with CIP staff, contractors, architects/engineers and the general public; provide information and assistance; interpret and explain laws, codes and regulations related to construction activities.
    • Supervise surveying and gather field data as needed for plan revisions, including GPS data as needed to complete as-built documentation.


City of Durango - CIP Inspector
Minimum Education and Certification: Equivalent to completion of High School or GED plus college level coursework in engineering, drafting or related area. 
Minimum Experience:  Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in public works, construction or technical engineering. Or a combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the position duties and responsibilities.
Certifications:  Within 6 months of employment:  American Public Works Association (APWA) Construction Inspection Workshop & Certificate, First Aid/CPR/AED and OSHA 10.  Within first year of employment:  Traffic Control Supervisor, Stormwater Management & Erosion Control Training, and Colorado Certified Water Professional Distribution 1.  Certifications to be maintained as a condition of employment. 

GENERAL PURPOSE:  Performs field inspection/supervision and approval of construction and installations, review plans and specifications for constructability and collaborate and confer with CIP staff, contractors, and architects/engineers.
GENERAL POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The following duties are normal for this position.  However, they are not to be construed as exclusive or all–inclusive.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily.  Other duties may also be required or assigned.

  • Perform office review of construction plans and specifications to ensure compliance with local and state standards and to familiarize oneself with the proposed construction as necessary to complete field inspections.
  • Conduct construction site inspections to ensure work is performed in compliance with local and state requirements.  Field verify that construction is in accordance with approved design drawings, specifications, standards and codes; and record all field inspections for a permanent project record.  Items inspected to include:
  • Waterline disinfection and testing processes to ensure compliance with project specifications and AWWA standards. 
  • Temporary traffic controls in work zones to ensure compliance with approved traffic control plans and MUTCD; suggest revisions to plans as appropriate.  
  • Water management and pollution control measures and permanent storm water improvements for compliance with stormwater regulations, including initial enforcement as necessary.
  • Permanent materials installed are per approved submittals.
  • On site testing of soils, aggregates, concrete, asphalt or other materials and installations as applicable is completed per requirements; gather and review test results to ensure compliance with specifications.
    • Collaborate and confer with CIP staff, contractors, architects/engineers and the general public; provide information and assistance; interpret and explain laws, codes and regulations related to construction activities.
    • Supervise surveying and gather field data as needed for plan revisions, including GPS data as needed to complete as-built documentation.
    • Assist in administering less complex engineering contracts, estimate contract quantities and set costs; prepare change orders, as necessary.
    • Analyze field survey data and perform mathematical calculations to assure construction compliance with designs and codes.
    • Review Storm Water Management Plans (SWMP) per the Colorado MS4 Permit.


Town of Parker - 
Streets Maintenance Technician 1, 2, or 3

Contact Phone Number 303-805-3329
Contact E-Mail:  [email protected]
We are seeking employees in Denver Metro
Streets Maintenance Technician 1, 2, or 3, HIRING SALARY: $17.88 - $26.69 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 02/17/22, CLOSING DATE: 03/02/22 05:00 PM

JOB SUMMARY: This is a safety-sensitive position in the Engineering and Public Works Department, functioning as a front line provider of services performing a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks providing a safe and reliable transportation network at all times. Streets Technicians work independently and in groups performing a variety of maintenance duties in the public rights-of-way. Technicians may betemporarily assigned to assist other divisions within Public Works or other Departments as needed.

Hiring range is: $17.88/hr. - $26.69/hr., 
Full salary range for Streets Maintenance Technician Tech 1 is: $17.88/hr. - $25.06/hr.
Full salary range for Streets Maintenance Technician Tech 2 is: $20.01/hr. - $28.03/hr.
Full salary range for Streets Maintenance Technician Tech 3 is: $21.79/hr. - $31.59/hr.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

For more information on job functions, requirements and a full list of essential qualifications, please view the full job descriptions available on the employment page of the Town of Parker
website, https://www.parkeronline.org/201/Employment-Opportunities under the 'Job Descriptions' link. Or click here for a printable description 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Must be 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or GED equivalent. A combination of education and experience to provide for the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Two (2) or more of the following certifications:
State of Colorado, Class A Commercial Driver’s License with appropriate endorsements.
Equipment Operators Certification on Back Hoes.
Equipment Operators Certification on Loaders.
Equipment Operators Certification on Street Sweepers.
Equipment Operators Certification on Forklifts
Certified CDL Tester.
Certified DOT Flagger/Traffic Control Trainer/Tester.
Colorado pesticide applicator license
ATSSA Traffic Control Technician or Supervisor


 

City and County of DenverAsphalt Maintenance Technician – Denver Parks & Recreation

Job Requisition R0041574 Asphalt Maintenance Technician – Denver Parks & Recreation (Open)
Job Family Maintenance & Operations
Start Date 02/03/2022
End Date 02/28/2022
Primary Posting No
External Posting URL https://denver.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/CCD-denver-denvergov-CSC_Jobs-Civil_service_jobs-
Police_Jobs-Fire_Jobs/job/Denver/Asphalt-Maintenance-Technician---Denver-Parks---
Recreation_R0041574
Description About Our Job
Employment Requirement: City employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All persons offered
a position will be required to provide valid proof of vaccination prior to starting employment. Refer to
the COVID-19 Employee Vaccination Mandate Candidate Q&A for additional information.
Denver Parks and Recreation has an opening for an Asphalt Maintenance Technician for our Buildings and
Structures Maintenance team. This is a unique opportunity to work as a part of the Facilities Legacy Team.
Thanks to Denver voters who passed the 2018 Ballot Measure 2A: Parks and Open Space Sales Tax (2A
funding), a 0.25% sales tax has been dedicated to the improvement and expansion of Denver’s parks and
recreation system. This position will be responsible for a variety of asphalt maintenance, construction, and
repair of parks facilities and structures.
This position will be based at 4495 Jason Street, Denver, CO. This position will participate in a flex shift
Monday – Thursday, 6:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. and Friday, 6:00 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. with every other Friday
off. Candidates must be flexible to respond to on-call emergencies and facility needs.

Here is the link to where candidates can apply: https://denver.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CCD-denver-denvergov-CSC_Jobs-Civil_service_jobs-Police_Jobs-Fire_Jobs/job/Denver/Asphalt-Maintenance-Technician---Denver-Parks---Recreation_R0041574


 

Jefferson County Public Schools - Journeyman Position

ABOUT THE SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT
The Facilities Department is responsible for maintaining, servicing and improving the Jeffco Public Schools' 12 million square feet of schools and support buildings, valued at nearly $2.75 billion on 3,100 acres of land. The Facilities Department includes more than 700 employees in Building Maintenance and Site Maintenance, Construction Management, Custodial Services, Environmental Services, Energy Management, Facilities Service Desk, and Planning & Property. Overall Duties include boundaries, long-range facility planning, enrollment projections, energy and utility management, capital and bond-funded improvements, custodial services, facilities assessments, facilities maintenance, hazardous material management, landscape and paving, property management, snow removal, water and wastewater management.

HOURS AND DAYS WORKED
Pavement/Equipment - Journey
Monthly Position
FLSA: Nonexempt
FTE: 1.00000 , Hours/Day: 8.000 , Days/Year: 260
Salary Plan, Grade, Step: CSE - Class Emp-260 / 1.FTE , R22, 1
Hourly Rate: $22.12, Annual Rate: $46,011.63 Effective as of: 08-16-2021

**Annual salary noted above is based on an 8 hour day and full days worked calendar. Any position that is less than a full FTE/8 hours per day or late start will be prorated accordingly.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENT
The successful new hire or rehired candidate will be responsible to complete and incur the fingerprinting and processing fee of $54.50 through an appropriate fingerprinting vendor and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, within 48 hours of offer acceptance.

RESPONSIBILITIES
SUMMARY: Perform journey level skills in the areas of asphalt, concrete, drainage, snow removal, temporary classroom relocations, and excavation while maintaining a safe and comfortable educational environment. Operate light to medium equipment, with exposure to heavy equipment, at journey level. Provide support to Facilities Maintenance Department, capital improvement projects, and new construction management. Direct the work of coworkers as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Perform with journey level proficiency asphalt construction, overlays, and maintenance. Operate and maintain paving machine, rollers, and patch truck. Coordinate site preparation, hauling, and raking, and directly handle asphalt and some associated
hazardous materials.
Execute loading, transporting with proper permits, and setting up of temporary classrooms, daily on a seasonal basis.
Operate and maintain light to medium equipment, with exposure to heavy equipment, at journey level, including excavating for utilities; preparing site; assisting with drainage projects; and maintaining District grounds, properties, and roadways. Support
and assist other trades and zones within District.
Perform with journey level proficiency and to building trade standards concrete construction, replacement, and maintenance.
Coordinate site preparation. Form and finish walls, flat work, curb and gutter, steps, caissons, and drainage structures.
Transport materials and equipment using single axle trucks and/or tractor-trailers. Inspect and insure that all vehicles meet requirements set forth by local, state, and federal regulations.
Oversee and train lesser skilled employees and temporary employees as required.
Evaluate job site and tasks, and design and decide methods, equipment, and materials. Estimate materials and time. Schedule and order materials. Coordinate job tasks, plans, and safety precautions with Principals, staff members, and Group Leaders.
Work from drawings, schematics, and/or blueprints.
Comply with city, county, state, and federal codes and regulations by obtaining necessary permits, preparing and submitting necessary documents timely, and recognizing utility location symbols.
Design, construct, install, and maintain above and below ground drainage systems and structures.
Plow snow and sand, weekly on a seasonal basis. Maintain snow removal equipment.
Weld, maintain, and hard surface heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, and snow equipment. Fabricate hand rails, tread-plates, and truck racks, as specified by work and service orders. Assist zone HVAC journey workers with repairing boilers and piping.
Perform masonry. Construct and maintain block, brick, tile, and tuck/point. Use specialized saws within the trade.
Perform other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

TO SEE THE ENTIRE POSITION AND HOW TO APPLY, USE THIS LINK


Jefferson County Public Schools - Entry Level Position

HOURS AND DAYS WORKED

Pavement/Equipment - Entry
Monthly Position
FLSA: Nonexempt
FTE: 1.00000 , Hours/Day: 8.000 , Days/Year: 260
Salary Plan, Grade, Step: CSE - Class Emp-260 / 1.FTE , R20, 1
Hourly Rate: $20.49, Annual Rate: $42,624.06 Effective as of: 08-16-2021

**Annual salary noted above is based on an 8 hour day and full days worked calendar. Any position that is less than a full FTE/8 hours per day or late start will be prorated accordingly.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENT

The successful new hire or rehired candidate will be responsible to complete and incur the fingerprinting and processing fee of $54.50 through an appropriate fingerprinting vendor and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, within 48 hours of offer acceptance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

SUMMARY: Work in the field of asphalt, concrete, drainage, snow removal, temporary classroom relocations, and excavation while maintaining a safe and comfortable educational environment. Operate light to medium equipment, with exposure to heavy equipment. Provide support to Facilities Maintenance Department, capital improvement projects, and new construction management.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Perform work in accordance to building trade standards of concrete construction, replacement, and maintenance. Form finish walls, flat work, curb and gutters, steps, caissons, and drainage structures.
Perform asphalt construction, overlays, and maintenance. Operate and maintain paving machine, rollers, and patch truck. Site preparation, hauling, and raking, and directly handle asphalt and some associated hazardous materials.
Operate and maintain light to medium equipment, with exposure to heavy equipment, including excavating for utilities; preparing site; assisting with drainage projects; and maintaining District grounds, properties, and roadways. Support and assist other trades and zones within District.
Plow snow and sand, weekly on a seasonal basis. Maintain snow removal equipment.
Design, construct, install, and maintain above and below ground drainage systems and structures.
Oversee and train lesser skilled employees and temporary employees as required.
Transport materials and equipment using single axle trucks and/or tractor-trailers. Inspect and insure that all vehicles meet requirements set forth by local, state, and federal regulations.
Weld and maintain hard surface heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, and snow equipment. Fabricate hand rails, tread-plates, and truck racks, as specified by work and service orders. Assist zone HVAC journey workers with repairing boilers and piping.
Perform masonry work. Construct and maintain block, brick, tile, and tuck/point. Use specialized saws within the trade. Execute loading, transporting equipment and material, and setting up of temporary classrooms, on a seasonal basis.
Comply with city, county, state, and federal codes and regulations by preparing and submitting necessary documents timely, and recognizing utility location symbols.
Perform other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

TO SEE THE ENTIRE JOB DESCRIPTION OR TO APPLY, USE THIS LINK


 

City of Greenwood Village, Maintenance Worker I/II, Public Works

Description

The City of Greenwood Village welcomes your interest in the Maintenance Worker I/II position with the Public Works Department.

As a Maintenance Worker I/II at the City of Greenwood Village, you make a difference and impact the community.  Your desire to serve a higher purpose, your passion, and your positive attitude contribute to our exceptional customer service and quality of life provided to our residents and employees.  To you, this means so much more than just a paycheck. At Greenwood Village, you are motivated by your connection to the community, a collaborative work environment, and the opportunity to bring your unique contributions to the table.  

We know that work life balance is important. Greenwood Village provides generous paid time off. We offer an exciting benefits package with amazing training opportunities, tuition reimbursement, immediate retirement contributions, and affordable health coverage.

Don’t meet all the required qualifications? We encourage you to apply anyway. We don’t hire your resume; we hire real people. If you have a positive attitude, the desire to learn, and a commitment to improve, we want you in our Village.

The Position:

The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled and skilled labor involved in the construction, maintenance, and repair of streets, drainage systems, rights-of-way, and trails; to participate in snow and ice control activities; and to operate heavy construction equipment to ensure safe, clean, functional, aesthetically pleasing, and environmentally well-maintained infrastructure for the community.

The salary range for the Maintenance Worker I is  $17.18-$23.96 per hour or $20.32-$28.37 per hour for a Maintenance Worker II. Greenwood Village offers an exceptional  benefits package including a selection of medical, dental, and vision insurance, recreation reimbursement, retirement programs, tuition reimbursement, and generous paid time off and sick leave. 

The hiring range for a Maintenance Worker I is $17.18 per hour and $20.32-$22.33 per hour for a Maintenance Worker II,  commensurate with experience.


 City of Greenwood Village, Junior Inspector

The City of Greenwood Village welcomes your interest in the Junior Engineering Inspector/ Engineering Inspector position with the Public Works Department.
As a Junior Engineering Inspector/Engineering Inspector the City of Greenwood Village, you make a difference and impact the community.  Your desire to serve a higher purpose, your passion, and your positive attitude contribute to our exceptional customer service and quality of life provided to our residents and employees.  To you, this means so much more than just a paycheck. At Greenwood Village, you are motivated by your connection to the community, a collaborative work environment, and the opportunity to bring your unique contributions to the table.  

We know that work life balance is important. Greenwood Village provides flexible scheduling and generous paid time off.  We offer an exciting benefits package with amazing training opportunities, tuition reimbursement, immediate retirement contributions, and affordable health coverage.
Don’t meet all the required qualifications? We encourage you to apply anyway. We don’t hire your resume; we hire real people. If you have a positive attitude, the desire to learn, and a commitment to improve, we want you in our Village.

The Position:

The purpose of this position is to perform engineering inspection work including monitoring right of way permits and field CIP projects; to aid professional engineering staff in CIP plan preparation and review; and to resolve construction and right-of-way issues in the field to help ensure a safe and secure village.
The salary range for the Junior Engineering Inspector is  $23.28-$32.75. The salary range for an Engineering Inspector is $26.72-37.58 per hour. Greenwood Village also offers an exceptional benefits package including a selection of medical, dental, and vision insurance, recreation reimbursement, retirement programs, tuition reimbursement, and generous paid time off and sick leave. 

The target hiring range for a Junior Engineering Inspector is $23.28- $25.64 per hour and $26.72-$29.44  for the Engineering Inspector, commensurate with experience.

The position will remain open until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin on January 21st, 2022. 

Read the entire Job Description and see the application process by using this link


 


   Aggregate Industries, WCR - Estimator II, Asphalt

Golden, CO
Link to application: https://uscareers-lafargeholcim-na.icims.com/jobs/10583/estimator-ii/job?mode=view

OVERVIEW
The Senior Estimator prepares cost estimates for product manufacturing, construction projects, or services to aid management in bidding on or determining price of product or service. May specialize according to particular service performed or type of product manufactured.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas.
  • Analyze blueprints and other documentation to prepare time, cost, materials, and labor estimates. Assess cost effectiveness of products, projects or services, tracking actual costs relative to bids as the project develops. Consult with clients, vendors, personnel in other departments or construction foreman to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues. Confer with engineers, architects, mgmt, contractors and subcontractors on changes and adjustments to cost estimates. Prepare estimates used by management for purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work. Prepare estimates for use in selecting vendors or subcontractors.
  • Review material and labor requirements, to decide whether it is more cost effective to produce or purchase components. Prepare cost and expenditure statements and other necessary documentation at regular intervals for the duration of the project.
  • Prepare and maintain a directory of suppliers, contractors and subcontractors.
  • Set up cost monitoring and reporting systems and procedures. Establish and maintain tendering process, and conduct negotiations. Conduct special studies to develop and establish standard hour and related cost data or to effect cost reduction. Prepare reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
  • Acts as a mentor to Estimator’s and Estimating Specialists, assisting them with questions regarding job specifications and the bidding process
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
Required Education: Bachelor's/University Degree or comparable experience and/or training.
Required Work Experience: 5-7 years

Estimated Wage Range - $64,000 - $94,512

Company-sponsored benefit plans include:
Comprehensive health care benefits (medical, prescription, dental, and vision)
Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts
401(k) retirement savings plan
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, and parental leave)
Health and well-being benefits (incentive-based plan, Employee Assistance Program, and Financial Wellness)
Financial security (life and disability benefits)
Educational Assistance
EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled 


Aggregate Industries, WCR- Quality Control Technician II, Asphalt

Denver, CO
Link to application: https://uscareers-lafargeholcim-na.icims.com/jobs/10297/quality-control-technician-ii/job?mode=view

PURPOSE
Collects samples and performs accurate quality control testing to ensure product quality. Provides verbal and/or written test results to management and production staff in a timely manner. Assists manager with customer service issues as directed. Assists in mix design development. Certifies results of laboratory findings.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

• Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas.
• Ensures that all testing is conducted efficiently and consistently to ensure accurate results.
• Prepare required documents with test results to be presented to production personnel and quality control management.
• Prepare designs as required by DOT or local city/county specifications or to ensure optimization of products used in mix.
• Ensure that safety, compliance and environmental requirements are followed.
• Examines laboratory samples to determine their physical and chemical properties. Uses a variety of instruments and calculations to determine conformity. Performs various tests to make certain that samples meet required standards.
• Records, analyzes, certifies and prepares summaries of findings. Maintains records of test results using various databases.
• Provide technical support and density testing for our contracting division.
• Assist in the investigation and testing, and sampling of raw materials to help solve quality problems

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

Required Education: High School diploma/GED
Required Training/Certifications: State regulated or industry certifications, as required
Required Work Experience: 3-5 year’s experience
Additional Requirements:
• Ability to work various hours including weekends and nights.
• Excellent math skills. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rates, rations and percentages.
• Detailed oriented.
• Able to prioritize work.

Estimated Wage Range - $47,400 - $61,220

Company-sponsored benefit plans include:
Comprehensive health care benefits (medical, prescription, dental, and vision)
Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts
401(k) retirement savings plan
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, and parental leave)
Health and well-being benefits (incentive-based plan, Employee Assistance Program, and Financial Wellness)
Financial security (life and disability benefits)
Educational Assistance
EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled


Aggregate Industries, WCR, Paving Superintendent, Asphalt

Henderson, CO
Link to application: https://uscareers-lafargeholcim-na.icims.com/jobs/10576/paving-superintendent/job?mode=view

PURPOSE

Responsible for directing the day to day activities for specific projects. Will provide management, analytical and administrative support.  Manage subcontractors, and paving crews.  Coordinate with general contractors, governmental agencies to provide timely completion of projects. Coordinate with appropriate Sales and Operations personnel to ensure timeliness of materials. Responsible for scheduling work and to complete projects on time, on budget and safely. Co-developing, monitoring and executing the project plan and schedule with the project manager/estimator. Ability to lead people, schedule work, and manage projects. Monitoring cost control, quality, productivity, and safety on projects. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ensuring safety in all that we do.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist management team in ensuring optimum levels of operating efficiency. Maintain levels of quality and service that will meet or exceed company and customer expectations.
  • Ensures that employees are at work on time, actively engaged in assigned activities and processing payroll according to established policies and procedures. Provides immediate performance feedback as required to resolve employee conflicts, assisting in short-term resolution of emergency situations or attendance issues, conduct, etc.  Administers direct supervisory responsibilities for staff including, corrective action, promotional recommendations and work schedules.  Ensures that time and attendance for assigned employees is recorded accurately.  Manages subordinate personnel in the various operations of processing product.
  • Improve productivity, control costs and enhance employee's performances.

RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER JOBS

Reports to Operations Manager. Coordinates with General Superintendent, Truck Superintendent, Prep Superintendent, Operations Manager, Estimators, Project Manager, & General Manager

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

Required Education:  Bachelor's/Undergraduate Degree, and/or equivalent experience
Field of Study Preferred:  Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or Combination of formal training and experience will be considered
Required Work Experience:   3 or more years leading paving or construction crews.  5 or more years of hands on field experience in asphalt paving or construction.
Travel Requirements:  within Colorado

Estimated Wage Range - $64,000 - $92,472

Company-sponsored benefit plans include:

Comprehensive health care benefits (medical, prescription, dental, and vision)
Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts
401(k) retirement savings plan
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, and parental leave)
Health and well-being benefits (incentive-based plan, Employee Assistance Program, and Financial Wellness)
Financial security (life and disability benefits)
Educational Assistance
EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled


 Best Engineering Solutions, Project Manager- Geotechnical Engineer 

Job Description: We are actively seeking a team member who is currently working in the field of Geotechnical Engineering. You will be responsible for the investigation of residential and commercial sites to evaluate subsurface conditions and oversee small to large private and public geotechnical projects. Prepare and review engineering reports, assess the cause and origin of geotechnical failures, damages, or defects, conduct, and manage forensic geotechnical evaluations.  Experience with environmental projects and structural design a plus. The successful candidate will also be able to provide leadership and mentor junior staff. Maintain client relationships, assist in marketing/business development, provide ongoing training to engineering staff, provide direction and review of engineering work products. Prepare, review, and sign geotechnical proposals and seal reports.  Additional duties include compilation of geotechnical laboratory test data, geotechnical calculations, lateral earth pressure, foundation capacity, settlements, septic designs, creating figures and details in CAD, shoring designs and deep foundation design.

Education: B.S. / B.A. (Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Construction Engineering) and current Colorado Professional Engineer (PE) licensure required.

Required Skills: The successful candidate will have at least 4 years of experience, preferably with a geotechnical consulting firm performing duties described above in Colorado. Proven experience in preparing proposals, and writing, signing, and sealing Geotechnical Reports. Candidate should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, positive attitude, good organizational skills, and a strong work ethic. Must be able to work both independently and as a team member.

We have created a great team environment that fosters our employees to dream big so that we might rally around them and help move them in their optimal direction to meet their career goals.

Our company has a robust benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plan options with maximum matching potential, and paid holidays.

Apply at; Best Engineering Solutions
or call 303-238 1770 for more information 

 


City of Greeley, Pavement Management Coordinator

Condensed Job Summary
: (To see the entire position posting use this link for a PDF version or this link to go to the City of Greeley jobs posting web page .)
The Pavement Management Coordinator is responsible to manage the City's Street Infrastructure and Bridge Maintenance Program including bike paths, parking lots, and walking paths for asset preservation.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: providing technical, skilled professional engineering work, developing programs and projects; providing a full working level of construction management; developing construction project proposals or contracts; contract negotiations; evaluation of outside consultant work; preparing and reviewing plans, specifications, and contract documentation; preparing cost estimates, change orders, budget administration; providing construction administration and inspection of Public Works projects (PMP); working with Purchasing for the bidding and RFP process; and project management. 

Experience, Knowledge, Skills & Education:

  • A degree in Engineering, Project Management or a related field or a combination of equivalent training, education, and experience.

  • 7-10 years' related professional engineering experience.

  • Registered Professional Engineer preferred.

  • Ability to administer contracts for various disciplines including project design, preparation of bidding, administration, interpretation and enforcement of contract requirements.

  • With the "what" defined by policies, principles, and departmental objectives, have the ability to apply good judgment, sound reasoning, and experience to determine how to achieve the desired results while adhering to professional standards and program objectives 


Town of Mead Colorado, Construction Manager 

EXEMPT:                   No                               DEPARTMENT:        Engineering   
REPORTS TO:           Town Engineer            PAY RANGE:            $31.83 to 47.69/hour DOQ

GENERAL PURPOSE

Participate in the conceptual development of construction projects and determine the scope of work, prepare bid packages, administer consultant and construction contracts, and inspect construction for compliance with standards and specifications. Coordinate with public and private utilities, review contractor applications, and communicate with the public and other Town staff regarding progress and project coordination.

Click here to see the full list of EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The below list is intended to be illustrative of the responsibilities of the position and not all encompassing.  The Town may change these duties at any time.

Click here to see the full list of KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required:

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field from an accredited college or university, plus three to five years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Valid driver’s license

To see the entire Job posting click here or
visit this link on the Town of Mead web site 


Arapahoe County Road and Bridge

Equipment Training and Safety Coordinator

Description

The Arapahoe County Public Works & Development Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Road and Bridge Division team. You'll get the best training in the business and the support of an awesome team. The ideal candidate should possess the desire to work hard every day towards a team goal and enjoy performance-based annual salary increases.
This job offers opportunities to work for a high performing organization that strives for excellence every day, in which employees are encouraged to grow professionally through personal development and increased responsibility. 
If you are seeking steady employment with multiple opportunities growth and leadership, we are looking for you!

Benefits of working for Arapahoe County Road and Bridge: 

  • Annual salary increases based on hard work and attitude

  • Promotions based on hard work and attitude

  • Goal oriented workload

  • Excellent balance between hard work and time off provided each year Insurance – please see benefits tabRetirement – work at a career rather than another job

    • 15 days (120 hours) paid vacation leave
    • 12 paid holidays (96 hours)
    • 1 paid personal holiday (8 hours)
    • 12 paid sick days (96 hours)
    • 3 day weekends! 4 - 10 hour work days are routine unless weather or other circumstances arise
    • Work hours are typically 7AM to 5PM Monday through Thursday
  • Uniforms and laundry service provided

  • All PPE provided including steel toe boots.

***The anticipated hiring range based on final qualifications of candidate is $25.00 to $28.00 hourly.***

OVERVIEW:

Responsible for the direct supervision of daily work assignments, jobsite traffic control, acquiring utility locates, monitoring project performance, and ensuring that repair, maintenance, and construction activities are completed according to project specifications. Assists with the hiring of personnel; coordinating vehicle repairs; and calculating/ordering of various materials and/or products. Works directly with Lead Road Maintenance Technicians and the Operations Manager to schedule work and ensure goals are successfully completed. Responds to service requests and interacts with the public regarding construction projects or specific concerns. Supervises snow shifts and determines appropriate staffing and scheduling needs. Tracks and manages purchases and other expenditures for all projects or assignments. Performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled duties associated with the supervision of assigned crews which include, but are not limited to, installing, repairing, and maintaining assigned assets within the County Right-of-Way (ROW). Work is performed in a high performing, team-oriented environment with a commitment to quality results.

Duties

The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. The County reserves the right to modify or change the duties or essential functions of the job at any time.

READ THE ENTIRE JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/arapahoe/default.cfm

COMPUTER ACCESS IS AVAILABLE AT:
5334 S. Prince Street,
Littleton, CO 80120