1. Assist superintendent and project manager as required.
2. Receive, log, file, check and control shop drawings.
3. Initiate and monitor quality control program.
4. Prepare close-out documents.
5. Expedite and coordinate delivery of materials.
6. Report quantities in-place weekly.
7. Quantity take-off for field procurement and change orders.
8. Maintain as-built documents.
9. Assist project manager and superintendent in preparing and updating schedule.
10. Maintain change order log.

Please contact:
Chad Widup, PE
Operations Director
Bergeron Land Development Inc
19612 SW 69th Place
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33332
(Office) 954-680-6100
(Cell) 954-214-1391
E-Mail –




MIAMI-DADE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) is currently recruiting for the following positions:

                            MPO Transportation Systems Analyst (Modeling/Transit)

Job Opening No. 20870

MPO Transportation Systems Analyst (LRTP/TIP/Freight)

Job Opening No. 20871

The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Miami Urbanized Area guides the transportation planning process in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Federal Statutes mandate the establishment of MPO’s as a precondition for the flow of federal transportation funds to urban areas. The Miami-Dade MPO was established in 1977 under Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes. One of its major roles is to ensure conformance with federal and state laws and regulations. The MPO approves all federally required transportation plans for the deployment of highways, mass transit, and other surface transportation facilities and services in the metropolitan area. The MPO works closely with other transportation entities serving the area and with the various municipalities in the County.

This is professional level transportation planning and administrative work. Employees in this class perform a variety of technical and administrative tasks related to managing of transportation planning studies, providing technical support, analysis and conducting long and short range planning tasks, and performing administrative functions related to the citizen’s committees. Employees are expected to assist the senior manager’s level in the development of the MPO technical program, as well as maintaining an ongoing liaison with county, state and federal departments and the general public.

 Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban, Regional or Transportation Planning and a minimum of four years of professional experience in transportation planning and/or related field is required. Master’s Degree may substitute for two years of the required experience.

Applicants must apply online by Saturday, March 8, 2014 at

Ways to Apply:

Go to the following website and type in “MPO” under Quick Search to access these positions:

Go to to access the main Human Resources site.


                                                         BROWARD COUNTY                                                                                             NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNING & MANAGEMENT DIVISON                                                            NATURAL RESOURCE SPECIALIST II                                                                               (Sampling Team Supervisor)                                                      (Salary Range $51,319 – $79,952/yr doq)          

This is a professional position within the Natural Resources Planning and Management Division managing and supervising professional and technical field personnel.   The successful candidate will be responsible for supervision of a team of four field personnel and coordinating field team activities within Broward County.  Supervisory duties will include evaluation of staff performance and performance evaluations, in addition to assignment of duties and responsibilities.

Requires performing, evaluating and reporting chemical and physical tests for the Broward County Environmental Monitoring Laboratory (EML).  Also requires participating in sampling activities and managing and maintaining field sampling equipment; project management of some EML sampling projects; and compilation and processing of environmental data.  Position reports to the Natural Resource Specialist III for coordination and implementation of lab projects.

Requirements:  This position requires graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with major course work in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, Marine Biology, or related field and two (2) years experience in natural resource protection work in environmental laboratory analysis and collection of environmental samples; or any equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.

Additional Information:   Project management experience and supervisory experience is desirable.  Experience with YSI data sondes, proficiency in Microsoft Office software, and experience with Arcmap and graphing software is a plus.

Position is located at the EML in Davie, FL.  Starting salaries are generally at the minimum of the salary range, or dependent upon demonstrated and related qualifications, to the midpoint.

All education and experience must be clearly documented to be credited.  Please provide telephone number on resume.                                                                                                                Additional information and on-line application available at  All submissions must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 14, 2014.  Phone: (954) 357-6445.                                                                                                                                                                        BROWARD COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY                                                          EMPLOYER AND PROVIDER OF SERVICES


Job Title: GIS SPECIALIST (CS-1381)

Opening Date/Time: Fri. 02/21/14 12:00 AM Eastern Time

Closing Date/Time: Fri. 03/14/14 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Salary:$18.18 – $27.07 Hourly

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: Public Works – Utility Operations Center 1815 NE 150 Street North Miami,, Florida

Department: Public Works

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Description    Benefits    Supplemental Questions 

This is specialized technical work in support of the City’s Geographic Information Systems.  Performs related work as required.                                                                                                                       It is understood that every incidental duty connected with operations enumerated in this job description is not always specifically described, and employees, at the discretion of the City, may be required to perform duties not within their job description.                                                                 Certain essential city services are required to be maintained in any civil emergency. Depending upon the type of emergency, any and all employees may be activated as essential employees in the event of an emergency.                                                                                                                       An employee in this class is responsible providing accurate, reliable and critical GIS information to City Departments for the success of department programs and projects by maintaining, coordinating, and administering the City’s Geographic Information Systems, including the analysis of complex data and the design, implementation and maintenance of GIS applications. Work involves exercise of discretion and judgment in its performance.

Essential Job Functions:  

Participates in studies of departments to identify areas where the application of GIS technologies can be used;

Performs complex data analysis, and software development for GIS applications, to include maintenance of existing systems and research/development for future enhancements;

Designs and carries out GIS procedures, both simple and complex;

Compiles and integrates data from a wide variety of sources for inclusion in map manuscripts; creates and edits geospatial data, using GPS and digitizing techniques;

Creates and edits geographic databases and generates resultant maps, charts and other relevant geographic information for departmental analysis and management;

Performs troubleshooting and problem resolution of data system;

Assists employees with operational issues and in interpreting data;

Ensures GIS products are delivered within an acceptable timeframe;

Obtains new map layers and map-able data resources as they become available from other organizations;

Assesses new products and techniques; evaluates available GIS software application packages;

Performs related work as required (i.e., CADD, producing reports and tables, etc.).

Typical Qualifications:

Bachelors degree in GIS, computer science, management information systems, geography, urban planning, or a closely related field, supplemented by one (1) year training or experience in GIS database administration, with working knowledge of GIS and CAD principles/software, Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Software and other hardware/software as required.


An equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

GIS and computer software skills to be determined dependent on technology/equipment in use at time of vacancy. Must continue certification/training as technology advances.

Proof of education required at time of application!

Must be able to work flexible hours as needed.

Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license.


Considerable knowledge of geography and cartography;

Considerable knowledge of GIS software;

Considerable knowledge of the methods, practices, and techniques for the administration and implementation of GIS system application;

Considerable knowledge of database geo-referencing, scanning, plotting and conversion routines;

Considerable knowledge of the capabilities of hardware and software resources;

Considerable knowledge of statistical and other research methods and procedures;

Knowledge of program planning and project development concepts;

Some familiarity with municipal utility drawings;

Ability to produce cartographic maps and reports using GIS databases;

Ability to create and maintain derivative GIS databases;

Ability to perform data and geographical analyses;

Ability to customize applications, convert data and develop logical/physical database designs;

Ability to read and understand maps, blueprints, and surveys;

Ability to plan and organize a large work load;

Ability to logically analyze situations and set priorities involving multi-faceted projects;

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with employees, City Officials, and various agencies;

Ability to handle stress;

Physical ability to perform duties.