DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties and responsibilities of the Project Engineer consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
- Ability to read and understand the Contract Drawings.
- Ability to order material from the completed material take-off (from the Field Foreman) per the approved submittals and specifications.
- Office 2007 or equivalent (Word, Excel, Access, & Power Point).
- Must be able to provide references and a resume for this position.
- Insures the Project Record Documents (“as-builts”, that is drawings and specifications) are current, complete, accurate and posted for RFI, Bulletins, ASI and Change Orders, etc. on a weekly basis.
- If on site:
- Participates in jobsite safety meetings.
- Recognizes jobsite hazards.
- Develops, with the Field Foreman, a jobsite hazard list, to be posted, distributed (especially to New-Hires) and updated weekly.
- Communicates to the Project Manager any “management” problems, concerns, etc
- Drafts serial letters as directed by the Project Manager. Reviewed and signed by the Project Manager.
- Insures all correspondence is properly distributed, tracked, and logged in a timely manner.
- Reviews and processes submittals per the Specifications and manufacturer’s data.
- Implements and manages Field Office equipment, machines, functions and procedures, including mobilization and de-mobilization.
- Read and write RFI’s pertinent to the job and insure the field has a copy of all RFI’s that affect scope of work.