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The incumbent will serve as the Senior Engineering Technical Lead for all projects associated with the Coastal Resiliency Program and the Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program (MSCIP).
- Serve as Mobile District's Senior Engineering Technical Lead (ETL) supporting the Coastal Resiliency and Mississippi Coastal Improvement programs.
- Apply engineering knowledge and Civil Works (CW) project experience to plan and coordinate the staffing, scoping, scheduling and budgeting of interdisciplinary efforts by Engineering resources and contractors.
- Facilitate the execution of these efforts within established project delivery milestones by working with teams and managers to prioritize effort, resolve conflicts, and manage risk and change.
- Assure product quality by ensuring quality control activities are planned, accomplished and documented by responsible parties per the agency's CW review policy.
- Coordinate with engineering management and project managers to ensure that design policies and procedures are uniformly implemented.
- Serve as the Mobile District representative to South Atlantic Division (SAD) on all Coastal Resiliency and Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program Quality Assurance processes.
- Work closely with project managers and other District functional team members to formulate acquisition strategies for Coastal Resiliency Program and MSCIP projects in feasibility, design, construction or operation phases.
- Identify and resolves critical project elements with management.
- Coordinate the design efforts of multi-discipline teams in the production of engineering requirements.
- Mentor assigned project teams and other ETLs through coaching, problem solving, interpersonal communication, and group facilitation.
25% or less - Travel may be required for training and/or site visits.
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