Posted on Aug 24, 2023

Position Summary: Performs difficult professional work in the design, preparation and review of utility plans and specifications for private development and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects. Provides project management for these projects including directing inspectors to ensure the utilities are constructed in accordance with specifications. Provides direction in the maintenance and support of ACSA database and the Geographic Information System (GIS). Provides supervision of the Miss Utility Program and oversight of the County Permit Review process. Also interacts with the general public, other governmental agencies and the private sector, providing information to assist in the planning of expansion of the utility system. Directs the development of long-range planning for utility improvements and upgrades to the existing system. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Engineering. Supervision is exercised over subordinate departmental personnel.


Minimum Qualifications: Candidate must have knowledge of theory, principles and practices of civil engineering related to the area assigned, modern methods and techniques as applied to the design, construction and maintenance of utility projects, and survey systems, methods and techniques; ability to survey in both urban and rural areas over varying terrain, instruct subordinate personnel in proper work methods and supervise their work; be skilled in the use of engineering instruments and equipment, computers and software related to engineering and Cityworks, plus typical Microsoft Office documents such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.


Bachelor's degree and 5-7 years of job-related experience required. Must possess a valid driver's license and be registered as a Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia; work a flexible schedule including weekends, nights, and holidays when necessary; enter and exit confined spaces, such as trenches, manholes, and pumping stations; and the ability to handle loads of up to 125 pounds. Experience in hydraulic modeling preferred, but not required. Ability to work remotely.


Salary Range: $96,210 - $115,452


ACSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Open Until Filled

Application and full job description available at

Albemarle County Service Authority, 168 Spotnap Road., Charlottesville, VA


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