Salary: $34.77-$42.45 hourly / $6,047-$7,382 monthly / Range:
DEFINITION: Under general direction, to supervise and perform
Engineering Geology work; to review plans in conformance with county
ordinances dealing with soil and earth stability; and to do related
work as required.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Supervises and assists with review of
subdivision maps, lot splits, and building and grading plans to
determine compliance with engineering and geological requirements,
soils mechanics, drainage and grading requirements and policies;
makes field investigations of subdivisions with reference to
structural stability of excavations and fills geological, drainage,
and soils requirements; carries out special projects and prepares
reports; drafts revised ordinances on grading and related areas;
supervises and assists subordinates in the solution of difficult
problems; attends Planning and Subdivision Committee meetings in an
advisory capacity; acts as engineering consultant in legal
enforcement of grading ordinances.
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Registration as a professional engineering
geologist in the State of California.
Additional Qualification: Possession of a valid California Class C
Knowledge of: the principles and practices of engineering geology,
soils mechanics, and grading techniques.
Ability to: learn and interpret laws and policies governing soils
requirements and geological, grading, and drainage requirements of
construction; review reports and data, read geologic and grading
plans, interpret data, analyze findings and prepare reports and
recommendations; supervise and review the work of others; represent
department at meetings with Boards and Commissions; establish and
maintain effective working relationships with property owners,
developers, contractors, engineers, and others.