Civil Engineering Supervisor I
Also referred to as: Civil Engineering Supervisor I, Civil/Construction/Structural Engineering Supervisor I, Supervisor, Entry - Civil Engineering
Requirements and Responsibilities
Supervises a team of civil engineers who design and develop construction projects such as airports, bridges, channels, dams, railroads, and roads. Ensures maintenance of equipment and adherence to safety prevention measures. Monitors personnel needs and schedules staff accordingly. Also responsible for preparing proposals, establishing completion dates and cost estimates, and evaluation results. A level I supervisor is considered a working supervisor with little authority for personnel actions. May require a bachelor's degree in area of specialty. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Working team member that may validate or coordinate the work of others on a support team. Suggests improvements to process, is a knowledge resource for other team members. Has no authority for staff actions. Generally has a minimum of 2 years experience as an individual contributor. Thorough knowledge of the team processes.
Similar Jobs:  Civil Engineering Supervisor II, Civil Engineering Manager, Civil Engineering Director, Head of Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Senior Manager, Process Engineering Supervisor, Test Engineering Supervisor, Test Engineering Manager I, Civil Engineer I
Level of Education:  Civil Engineering Supervisor I Salaries with an Associate's Degree, Civil Engineering Supervisor I Salaries with a Bachelor's Degree, Civil Engineering Supervisor I Salaries with a Master's Degree or MBA, Civil Engineering Supervisor I Salaries with a JD, MD, PhD or Equivalent
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