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Project Engineer Job Description

Project Engineer reports to Project Manager.

Project Engineer’s main job responsibilities are as follows: provide technical expertise in design, calculations, drawing preparation, and submit engineering documents. This person is required to work on multiple assignments that have overlapping schedules, so they must be able to multitask to complete all tasks. Specific responsibilities include, but aren’t limited to, the list below:

-Perform engineering tasks under supervision of a Project Manager. Project Engineer is encouraged to solve engineering problems using judgment, experience, and education, but is expected to ask for help when needed.

-Learn and adhere to concepts of firm’s standards and design practices.

-Utilize design and drafting software to create engineering documents.

-Attend site visits as necessary through design and construction.

-Develop ability to prepare full set of construction documents for supervisor to review, requiring limited supervision.

-Attend client meetings for assigned projects and develop relationship with the clients and design team.

-Attend review meetings with clients, consultants, and/or city staff and get familiar with plan coordination processes.

-Prepare technical reports and specifications for projects.

-Research and review code and permitting requirements for projects, as assigned.

-Learn to assist other staff and teach them how to become a productive team member.

-Be productive and cooperative teammate.

-Work towards becoming a Project Manager while mastering technical skills.

Required Qualifications

-Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Architectural, or related field.

-EIT required with ability to obtain PE licensure.

-Proficiency in design and drafting software.

-Ability to communicate clearly verbally, as well as written, both internally and externally.

-Comprehension. Ability to listen, understand, and retain information and ideas presented both in writing and verbally.

-Attention to detail. Ability to enter, transcribe, record, store, and maintain data accurately.

-Organization skills. Ability to manage multiple deadlines for multiple priorities.