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Civil Engineer, Highways

Government of Bermuda
Bermuda (BM)
PS 33 $106,699.17 (=US$ Equivalent)
Closing date
14 Jun 2023
DHR02775 (820087)

Job Details

Government of Bermuda

The Cabinet Office

Department of Human Resources

Ministry of Public Works

Department of Works and Engineering

Salary: PS 33   $106,699.17 (=US$ Equivalent)

Job Number: DHR02775 (820087)

Under the general supervision of the Principal Highways Engineer, the post holder will be responsible for the planning, design and construction of highway related projects including preparation of tender and contract documents, site supervision of contractors and direct labour, investigations and feasibility studies for public and private road improvement schemes. The post holder should be a specialist in the area of road design and must be able to interpret codes and establish and maintain the road design details and standards for Bermuda.

Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Professional Engineer or equivalent. A minimum of three (3) years post-professional designation (CEng, PEng or equivalent) experience with a minimum of seven (7) years overall experience (post qualification BSc, BEng, EIT or equivalent) in mainstream civil engineering with an emphasis on Highways/Road Design Engineering. Registration as a Professional Engineer in Bermuda or equivalent professional engineering body overseas as required for registration under the current Professional Engineer’s Registration Act.

This post is offered on a three year contract. Qualified persons wishing to be considered for the post may apply online via the Apply button by the specified closing date of 14th June, 2023.


Bermuda’s system of Government is based on the “Westminster Model” of parliamentary democracy. It is a system that relies heavily upon the existence of organized political parties, each laying policies before the electorate for approval. The party who wins the most seats at a general election, or who has the support of a majority of members in the House of Assembly, forms the Government. In accordance with the Bermuda Constitution, the leader of the majority party is asked by the Governor to form a Government (i.e. a Cabinet). The largest minority party becomes the official opposition with its own leader and “Shadow Cabinet”.

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