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Dam Safety Engineer - Achitect/Engineer II - Position #00993 - Closes 7/31/2015
Closes On: 07/31/2015Dam Safety Engineer serves as the principal staff for performing Dam Break Inundation Studies in accordance with § 10.1-606.2 and for simplified inundation studies pursuant to § 10.1-604.1. Dam Break Inundation Studies and simplified mapping for Low Hazard Dams shall utilize various hydrologic and hydraulic software such as the Army Corps of Engineers HEC-HMS or HEC-1 program, HEC-RAS, etc. The position will be the point of contact for dam owners and localities on mapping issues. The position will work with and advise the regional engineering team and management in determining best technologies for mapping and to keep strategies and techniques current and cost-effective. Provides oversight of technical staff assigned to the DamWatch program. The position will develop and implement strategies to advance dam owner and locality understanding of the need for accurate and up-to-date Dam Break Inundation Studies. The position may be required to assist regional dam safety engineers with their duties and may be required to review technical documents submitted by dam owners and their consulting engineers and to make recommendations for the issuance or denial of certificates and permits and other corrective action measure recommendations in accordance with sound engineering principles and the Virginia Dam Safety Act (§ 10.1-604 et seq.) and Impounding Structure Regulations (4 VAC 50-20).