The incumbent assists the area/zone or similar engineer and is responsible for providing basic technical guidance and in-the overall planning, design, installation, and maintenance of the engineering phases of soil and water conservation practices.Learn more about this agency
- Coordinates and supervises the planning, design and construction of engineering practices such as water management, animal waste management, erosion control, flood control, and other conservation practices needing engineering guidance.
- Plans and conducts pre-bid site showing, approves Construction Oversight construction schedules, monitors work for compliance with plans and specification and contract requirements.
- Directs the quality assurance program and supervises the government technicians and/or inspectors. Performs other duties related to construction contract compliance including, invoice verification, plan estimate and contract modification.
- Serves as or directs the Contracting Officer?s Representative (COR).
- Directs and performs site investigations and feasibility studies; field checks and field construction checks for conservation practice installations.
- Recommends changes in designs, specifications, and schedule to accommodate conditions at the construction site, availability of materials, or to expedite construction.
- Coordinates and conducts necessary quality assurance reviews of planned, designed, and constructed engineering projects in the assigned area or state.
- Provides technical guidance and training to personnel in the area of all engineering practices and in the use and care of engineering equipment.
- Enlists the aid of appropriate specialist in conducting training when necessary. Serves as training location leader for newly hired NRCS engineers and technicians.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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