We have an immediate opening for a team-oriented, Project Engineer.
Our work involves a full range of building-related inspection services
for projects in building construction, technology and efficiency, real estate risk management, due diligence, and other building engineering projects.
This job requires:
- Ability to work on an interdisciplinary team of registered professional engineers
- Provide field inspection, technical writing, cost estimating support, and report and construction document reviews.
- Ability to occasionally interact as an engineering representative to our clients.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits, including Medical, Dental, Disability, Life Insurance, a 401k plan, and other benefits.
Regular local day travel will be required for inspections in southern Maine with occasional travel outside Maine for specific project needs.
- Perform field inspections on the full spectrum of buildings, including old to new construction, residential and commercial structures, and high and low-rise buildings.
- Write and review inspection reports for clients, ensuring clients receive clear, timely and high quality reports for assigned projects.
- Provide clear and responsive feedback to clients about their projects.
- Assist engineers in developing documentation including field inspections, technical writing, and cost estimations for building engineering related projects.
- Review construction documents to evaluate a project’s constructability from an engineering, materials and other relevant perspectives (e.g. Constructability Reviews).
- Perform other duties as directed by project management.
Education and Experience:
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Structural, Architectural, Mechanical, or Construction Engineering Technology.
- Has applied/willing to apply for initial professional certification (FE/EIT) in their core discipline. Having a Professional Engineer registration is a plus.
- Knowledge and/or interest in building construction activities. Including a practical knowledge of construction means, methods, and materials.
- Ability to interpret and understand design and construction documents.
- Excellent written and communication skills. Examples of written work may be requested.
- Ability for occasional travel out of the Portland area including reliable form of transportation to travel locally.
- Ability to provide objective, unbiased perspectives even if the information requires clients to make improvements to plans and work quality.
- Adaptable, organized and flexible including the ability to balance the needs of multiple concurrent projects.
- Observant and detail-oriented nature.
- Comfortable managing stressful situations.