Develops and oversees all aspects of the existing port's infrastructure engineering requirements; directs the activities of port consultants and contractors; oversees port construction contracts, including the multi-year engineering services contract; leads the port's capital budget planning; develops and maintains an engineering project tracking system; leads the port's capital grant-related application activities; oversees port GIS (Geographic Information Systems) activities.
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible engineering experience. A Professional Engineer certification at time of hire.
Internal Number: 2021-06815
About Port of Alaska
POA is Alaska's main intermodal transport hub. It efficiently links the state's marine, road, rail, pipeline and air cargo systems while leveraging hundreds of millions of dollars of privately developed infrastructure that includes some 125 acres of cargo-handling area, 3.4 million barrels of fuel storage, 60,000 tons of bulk cement storage and other facilities. POA is crucial to Alaska's economic stability. It has more in-bound cargo handling capacity than all other southcentral Alaska ports combined. It is less than 90-driving-minutes from most Alaska residents. And it is located in an ice-free, tsunami proof region.