Logan County
Assistant County Engineer
Logan County
Assistant County Engineer

The Logan County Highway Department is accepting applications for the position of Assistant County Engineer. The position includes design, construction, and maintenance engineering on the roads and bridges of Logan County.

Preferred qualifications include a Bachelorís Degree in Civil Engineering with at least 4 years of practical experience involving highway/bridge design and construction. Candidate should be familiar with IDOT policies and procedures. Must have strong computer/technology skills, and have good communication skills with the ability to work with a wide variety of public stakeholders. Candidate should be a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois, or have the ability to become registered within 2 years of employment.

A complete job description is available at 529 S. McLean Street, Lincoln, Illinois. (217) 732-3059 or baukamp@co.logan.il.us

Interested individuals may submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of references to the above address.

Lake County
County Engineer/Director of Transportation
Lake County, Illinois
Director of Transportation/County Engineer

Lake County, IL (population 703,462) seeks highly collaborative, experienced engineering executives as candidates for the Countyís Director of Transportation/County Engineer position. This position is a key leadership position responsible for planning, organizing and directing all activities related to the highway, bridge and bikeways for the Lake County Transportation System. The Division of Transportation has 129 full-time and 20 part-time employees, a $20 million operating budget, and a $50-60 million annual capital program.
Lake County is a large, complex organization consisting of more than 30 departments and divisions that provide services including law enforcement, water and sewerage treatment, public health, criminal justice, transportation, public works, land use planning, building inspections, tax collection, elections, and emergency management. The County has 2,600 employees, a $450 million budget and is governed by a 21 member elected Board. The county is spread out over more than 1300 square miles.
The Director of Transportation/County Engineer is responsible for the entire 300-mile highway system, 41 highway bridges and 62 miles of bikeways. This includes the development of multi-year capital and funding plans; the implementation of innovative methods of highway construction, operations and maintenance; and, active participation in a wide variety of organizations, agencies and governmental entities throughout the Chicago metropolitan area related to transportation in the region. This position is appointed by the county board and reports to the county administrator.
As the leader of the Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT), the director will manage an impressive team of professionals working to provide a safe, efficient and innovative transportation system to enhance mobility, economic development and quality of life in Lake County. The director will have oversite of a state of the art Traffic Management Center, which houses Lake County PASSAGE, an intelligent transportation system that is a model in the region. The successful candidate will also be responsible for LCDOTís snow and ice operation, as well as management of the Countyís fleet. Our five-year Highway Improvement Program is over $580 million and supports more than 20,000 jobs. The newly developed LCDOT Strategic Plan has core values that focus heavily on employee development, team building, and innovation.
Minimum requirements include a Bachelorís Degree in civil engineering, licensed as a Professional Engineer under the Illinois Professional Engineering Act (or the ability to obtain an Illinois license if licensed in a different state) and ten years of progressively responsible experience in civil or highway engineering and/or construction and maintenance. In addition, significant experience at an executive level interacting with elected officials and other regional stakeholder groups is required. The candidate must receive a satisfactory grade on the examination for the position of County Engineer as administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Starting salary range is $150,000-$180,000 +/- DOQ depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package. Apply at once. Submit resume, cover letter, and contact information for five professional references to www.govhrusa.com/current-positions/recruitment to the attention of Heidi Voorhees, President, GovHR USA,LLC, 630 Dundee Road #130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: 847-380-3240.

McDonough County
McDonough & Henderson County
McDonough & Henderson County Engineer

The McDonough County Board & the Henderson County Board are seeking a qualified candidate for the position of County Engineer. This is a joint appointment of both counties. Per Illinois compiled statues (605 ILCS 5/5-201), this position is a six year appointment and the County Boards would prefer the chosen engineer reside within one of the Counties. The position requires the engineer to plan, budget, direct and coordinate varied activities of both County Highway Departments and work with the respective township officials as well as county government. The position also has the added duties in McDonough County of Plat Officer and Flood Plain Administrator.

Minimum requirements:
Requires Professional Engineer license in the State of Illinois disciplined in highway and bridge design and construction and at least four years of practical, progressively responsible experience in civil and highway engineering including highway and bridge construction and maintenance. The successful applicant will have a familiarity with IDOT and FHWA policies and procedures, knowledge of traffic operations/drainage design and maintenance/site development review and experience in working with a unionized workforce. Additionally, the candidate should be familiar with fund accounting and budgeting. The candidate must receive a satisfactory grade on the examination for the position of County Engineer as administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Must have or be able to obtain State certification as a Program Manager for bridge inspection. Applicants must have strong computer/technology skills, good communication skills with the ability to work with a wide variety of public stakeholders.

Salary will be commensurate upon experience and qualifications.
Excellent benefits package.

For Consideration:
Submit cover letter, resume (including 3 professional references) to the following address by 4:00 p.m., June 1, 2017: 1 Courthouse Square, Macomb, IL 61455, Attn: County Board Administrator

Send inquiries to: cntybrd@macomb.com

McDonough County & Henderson County are E.O.E.

Champaign County
Senior Engineer (Highway)
Category: Champaign County/Senior Engineer (Highway)
Date Posted: 7/27/2017
Location: 1605 E. Main Street (Highway)
Date of Availability: As Soon As Possible
Date Closing: 08/11/2017

Senior Engineer

The Champaign County Highway Department is seeking an enthusiastic and energetic engineer to help plan, design and construct Champaign Countyís transportation system. Responsibilities include serving as resident engineer on major construction projects, preparing plans, specifications and estimates in accordance with IDOT standards, surveying for proposed construction, and performing bridge inspections in conformance with NBIS standards. Bachelorís degree in Civil Engineering with at least five years related experience required; Licensed Professional Engineer desired. Champaign County offers an excellent benefit package. Apply by August 11, 2017

Henry County
County Engineer
The Henry County Courthouse will accept applications for the full-time position of County Engineer in the County Highway Department until August 25, 2017. The County Engineer is responsible for the planning, directing and controlling of the entire highway department including managing and directing the day-to-day operations. Each candidate shall hold a currently valid certificate of registration as a registered professional engineer issued under the provisions of the Professional Engineering Practice Act of 1989 and have a bachelorís degree in engineering with at least six yearsí experience in civil and highway engineering or in the construction and maintenance of streets or highways. Candidates must also have or be able to obtain State certification as a Program Manager for bridge inspection and must maintain a valid driverís license. General knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, procedures and other requirements governing County and Township Highway Systems is desired. Candidate should be familiar with fund accounting and budgeting. Applicants may apply during the business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday in the County Administratorís Office, Third Floor Courthouse, 307 W. Center St., Cambridge, IL. Applications are also available on the Henry County website located at www.henrycty.com. An application, resume and copy of Professional Engineer license must be submitted to be considered. EOE