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Highway Right of Way Designer III at State of Nebraska

Highway Right of Way Designer III

State of Nebraska Lincoln, NE Full-Time
Description :

Are you interested in utilizing cutting edge CAD software that you will use on a daily basis,? Are you looking to learn new skills and expand your current skills to assist in the advancement your career? Are you looking for a flexible work schedule? The option to telecommute after probationary period? If so, come join the Right of Way Division!

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Examples of Work :

• Prepares right of way plans for complex right-of-way projects, with periodic monitoring and normal process reviews, with features similar to these: Several tracts, existing right-of-way, new and existing controlled access, railroad, right-of-way surveys, subdivision plats, shifted centerlines, frontage roads, multiple alignments, relocated highways, multiple previous projects, and right-of-way acquisition over the entire length of the project.
• Uses design software & coordinate geometry to create right of way plans by inputting previous row and land title information and writes land parcel descriptions.
• Designs new right of way and easement areas for acquisition.
• Writes land parcel descriptions for land acquisition.
• Archives right of way projects, creates condemnation plats & adds sell-back information to right of way plans.
• Attends department meetings pertaining to assigned project.
• Maintains right of way plans, project files, CAD files, right of way surveys, land title information, previous right of way plans, railroad maps and city plats for assigned projects by updating project information database.
• Inputs existing right of way information into the GIS system.
• Researches right of way project information, makes copies and distributes right of way information to Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) personnel, including Roadway Design, Project Development & District offices, and also private utility companies, county entities, NRD's, Corps of Engineers and private surveyors, per their request.
• Checks right of way projects and land parcel descriptions for accuracy. 

Qualifications / Requirements :

REQUIREMENTS:  High school education or equivalent AND education or experience in drafting, engineering, highway construction, and/or right-of-way or roadway design. 

PREFERRED: Two years of education or experience in drafting, engineering, right of way design, land parcel descriptions, or highway construction. An understanding of engineering survey notes and reading highway construction plans. Mathematics background including algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Surveying coursework or experience. Familiarity with PC based word processing and spreadsheet programs. 

OTHER: Regular and reliable attendance is required. Must have a valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent authorized transportation. Some overnight travel may be required. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :

• Organization, prioritization, record keeping, verbal and written communication, decision making and project activity coordination skills.
• Ability to communicate with others to resolve differences and convey ideas.
• Ability to work with people of various professions and technical backgrounds.

NDOT encourages applicants of all ages and experience.

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