The project engineer is also often the primary technical point of contact for the consumer. A project engineer's responsibilities include schedule preparation, pre-planning and resource forecasting for engineering and other technical activities relating to the project.
Develop a comprehensive working knowledge and understanding of the contract documents.
Lead, supervise and develop all AACP's engineering staff, including providing input on or completing performance appraisals.
Ensure strict adherence to safety, ethics and compliance requirements at all times. Overall responsibility for communication of information amongst all project team members.
Participate in preparation of various studies, recommendations for materials and methods, and cost estimates.
Prepare a detailed contract items list including all significant items required for the construction of the project. Develop trade scope of work documents for bid packages, major material and equipment purchases.
Prepare a procurement schedule for subcontractors, major material and equipment purchases to ensure timely buy-outs and overall compliance with the construction schedule is maintained.
Schedule, conduct, and document all job meetings, owner-architect and coordination meetings.
Manage the subcontract change order process including review of subcontractor estimates, negotiate change orders, obtain required owner approvals and preparation of subcontract change orders.
As a Project Engineer you will need to be highly organized and detailed. The Successful candidate will possess excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to communicate effectively with personnel at all organizational levels. Specific qualification includes:
Minimum of 5 Years of experience in handling large scale infrastructure projects.
Experience in reading and understanding AutoCADD drawings.
Knowledge of basic construction processes and procedures.
Knowledge in construction planning and coordination.
Interested candidates can apply here.