The County Engineer's office plays a vital role in the overall operation of Oklahoma County. The County Engineer is the central coordinating agency for all maintenance and construction activities within the County as well as operating all County buildings and property, including the Courthouse, County Office Building, the Training and General Assistance Center, the Sheriff's Training Center, and the three Commissioners' road district facilities.
Duties Of The County Engineer:
The County Engineer is hired by the Board of County Commissioners and serves at the will of the Commissioners. The position requires a person to be a licensed professional engineer and have five years of supervisory and management experience in public works.