Assistant State Construction Engineer (WMS Band 3)

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WSDOT Recruitment
Vancouver, WA, United States

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Assistant State Construction Engineer (WMS Band 3)


Olympia, WA 


$107,928 - $138,360

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Assistant State Construction Engineer (WMS3)
Olympia, WA – Headquarters
$107,928 - $138,360 Annually

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is currently seeking an Assistant State Construction Engineer (WMS3) to play a pivotal role in overseeing construction projects across multiple regions. If you are inspired to provide strategic support, guidance, and advice to regions throughout the state on issues affecting the administration of WSDOT construction projects, this may be the opportunity you have been looking for! You will have the responsibility for providing technical expertise to regional engineers for construction contracts and maintaining and evolving policies and procedures related to construction. You will also be responsible for providing approvals to contract changes, monitoring, and advising on proposed legislation, and representing the department with regards to contract administration with other state agencies, local agencies, FHWA, and the heavy highway construction industry. The position affords you the opportunity to work amongst and collaborate with the most experienced construction contract administrators in the State. This position is based out of Olympia, but the successful candidate will be afforded excellent flexibility in both telework options and flexible work schedules. Your professional acquaintances in both the agency and the broader design and construction industry will be an asset for you as you engage in the collaborative efforts of this position. You will be able to build on your established professional relationships in the highway and heavy construction industry and broaden your network to a statewide perspective. There are opportunities for regional and/or national level engagement in a variety of subject matter issues.

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