May 30, 2020

Project Engineer

  • Professional Diversity Network
  • Tennessee, USA

Job Description


You don't want to re-invent the wheel - you'd rather keep it rolling aheadYou are, in a word, efficient -the kind of individual who can be counted on to be resourceful and work in a well-organized way to get the job done. If and when you see how a procedure could be better, we're open to workable improvements, but just like you, we want to move ahead using only necessary time and expense. We'll rely on a real "pro" like you.Would you enjoy being involved on a wide variety of engineering tasks on large scale, complex projects? Parsons is looking for Project Engineers for US Army Corps of Engineer (USACE) projects in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.Parsons extensive experience in this field, combined with your advanced project and engineering knowledge, will propel your career forward with opportunity to lead teams. We need our engineers to be versatile, enthusiastic to work in highly flexible, team-oriented environment and who have exceptional communication, analytical and leadership skills.Responsibilities:Review and comment upon proposed construction or service performance techniques, procedures, and methods prepared or proposed by others and provide recommendations to the Government with respect to approval or disapproval actions that should be taken. Review and comment to the Government upon quality control plans, procedures and techniques, as well as performing compliance inspections of the manner in which they are actually implemented.Review and provide comments to the Government upon construction contractors' or service providers' quality control plans, safety plans, schedule of prices, progress schedules, network diagrams (CPM's), environmental protection plans, asbestos plans, submittal registers, and any other type of submittal common to the construction industry. (Review of these types of documents, as well as other documents mentioned in other places within this part of the contract, should be performed in accordance with the contract provisions and accepted standards pertaining to the subject matter involved.Utilize the Corps' of Engineers automated construction contract administration and reporting system, RMS (Resident Management System).Be versed in the Corps of Engineer manuals ER 1180-1-6 Construction Quality Management and be able to conduct Quality Assurance through the implementation of three phase control system.Prepare input to and recommendations to the Government for written responses to construction contractor or service provider Requests for Information (RFI's).Perform BCOES review of design drawings and specifications prepared by others using qualified personnel experienced in construction projects and provide the results of these reviews to the Government. BCOES reviews are to consist of, but not be limited to, such areas as general siting requirements, climatic conditions, materials availability, materials delivery, applicability of the design standards being used, coordination between disciplines and drawings, and other unique conditions restricting construction and construction schedules involved.Attend and participate in (in an advisory capacity) meetings such as pre-construction and pre-performance conferences, quality control coordination meetings, progress meetings, or other conferences and meetings held between the Government's representatives and construction contractors.Requirements:Bachelor's degree in an Engineering or Architecture discipline (or Construction Management)Min 10 years relevant experience in Construction projectsPrevious large project construction experience with USACE (may accept NAVFAC or AFCEC)Previous experience with USACE's Resident Management System (RMS)Proof of US citizenship- due to government or federal requirement.Must have a valid driver's licenseAbility to communicate clearly (written and oral) and have strong management skillsApplicants selected for employment will be subject to a federalbackground investigation and must be able to get a Government Common Access Card (CAC).Desired QualificationsPrevious experience as a Project EngineerCompletion of Construction Quality Management Course (CQM) within 5 yearsProfessional Registration (PE or RA) or other relevant certifications (PMP, LEED, CCM)OSHA Safety Training (30 Hour) within 5 yearsCurrent records in JPAS system with ability to get a government CAC (Previous CAC or Security Clearance still on file in JPAS)Organizations win or lose based on customers' experiences. Join a winner!We aim for more than customers - we want loyal advocates. Moreover, we throw ourselves into achieving that goal by giving people more than they expect. We're a driven bunch, but we love doing it, and our customers can tell that we do. Our diverse staff is empowered to shape their futures and ours in a welcoming environment filled with opportunity. Join us.Must be eligible to obtain and maintain, or currently possess Prescreen Required clearance.Ready for action? We're looking for the kind of people who see this opportunity and don't hesitate to act. Parsons is a leader in the world of Technical Services and Engineering. We hire people with a broad set of technical skills who have proven experience tackling some of the greatest challenges. Take your next step and apply today.PDN-PR108775

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