Civil Engineer

Bureau of Land Management

About the organization

Bureau of Land Management


Serve as the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for engineering contracts.
Develop Statement of Work for engineering contracts.
Prepares cost and time estimates, work schedules, cost/benefit analyses, and feasibility studies for construction, maintenance, and land treatment contracts
Modify, adapt, and or refine broader guidelines to resolve specific complex or intricate issues and problems by researching trends and patterns then develop new methods and criteria to solve the situation.
Develop a schedule/sequence of activities to complete the construction or maintenance projects.
Serves as an expert with the capabilities, cost, operations, and maintenance of equipment as well as the materials, safety requirements and related construction and maintenance costs and factors.
Utilize Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) to design projects, Facility Asset Management System (FAMS) to maintain proper Facility Condition Index, manage routine and deferred maintenance (DM) projects, and utilize for planning and program development.
Assists engineering staff with reviewing the designs of all construction and maintenance contracts involving buildings, recreational sites and transportation structures for the district and field office.
Confers with the contractor to resolve differences of opinion regarding interpretations of contract documents.
For the GS-11/12 Only: Provide expertise in the preparation/review of a variety of projects; buildings, bridges, utility and water systems, culverts and fish passage structures, pipelines, dams, recreation facilities and other resource projects.
For the GS-11/12 Only: Serve as program lead for all district/field annual and deferred maintenance activities affecting administrative and recreational sites, dams, bridges/major culverts, roads and trails.
For the GS-11/12 Only: Review/approve all structures and facilities plans including buildings and additions, water and sewage systems, fish enhancement facilities, retaining walls, roads, dams, trails, wells, major culverts and bridges and more.
For the GS-11/12 Only: Performs difficult/unusual structural, hydraulic and soil engineering computations related to the design of new facilities, utility systems; water, sewer, wells, reservoirs, dams, pipelines and other development projects.


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