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Electrical Field Engineer

Provide subcontractors with information and direction, as outlined within contract specifications, to allow the work to proceed as scheduled. Authority to interpret technical requirements and provide solutions in conjunction with discipline Project Department Engineer and Discipline Superintendent, to provide drawings and data, and to direct work as assigned and consistent with Company's contractual commitments. May perform subcontract administration of discipline specific or assigned procurements. Interprets and administers fundamental commercial issues. Position may transition to assistant superintendent or startup engineering role. May perform in an EPC environment where Company is either solely responsible or in a Joint Venture/Consortium with others. Principal Duties and Responsibilities ? Provides technical direction/interpretation of design drawings and specification requirements, as well as general guidance to subcontractors on overall design.
May perform fundamental design checks and re-design in the field without supervision.
Provides commercial direction, interpretation of subcontracts, and administers discipline specific or assigned contract requirements in coordination with Field
Subcontract Administrator or Procurement Manager.
Reviews, maintains records, and responds to Contractor Information Requests (CIRs) as assigned.
Monitors assigned subcontractor(s) for compliance with subcontract technical requirements.
Monitors discipline construction activities for compliance with the CPM schedule.
Prepares and issues all discipline extra work authorization requests (RFMPs/WAs) with the approval of the Project Field Manager. Coordinates with Field
Subcontract Administrator as needed.
Maintains a daily log for site record purposes.
Completes quantity take-offs as required to support construction planning and invoice approval.
Reviews all subcontractor progress payment requests for acceptance.
Monitors technical service representative (supplier) daily logs and reviews/approves their timesheets.
Compiles and maintains Conformed to Construction Records drawing and list markups as assigned.
Directs site document control activities for design documents.
Assists Field Quality Assurance Manager in performing inspections and verification of tests.
Adheres to safety and quality standards as appropriate for level of duties and accountabilities.
Supports continuous improvement efforts and the change management effects associated with the implementation of improvements.
Provides commercial direction, interpretation of subcontracts, and administers discipline specific or assigned contract requirements in coordination with Field Subcontract Administrator or Procurement Manager.
Reviews, maintains records, and responds to Contractor Information Requests (CIRs) as assigned.
Acts in capacity of a "lead person." Does not have management responsibility for the people to whom they provide work direction except as assigned. Directs other discipline engineers, general foreman, craft personnel, TA's, and vendor representatives. Minimum Qualifications Requires a bachelor's degree in engineering from either an ABET accredited program in the USA or an engineering program, offered by a foreign institution, accepted as valid in the home country or the country in which the individual is practicing.
All applicants must be able to complete pre-employment onboarding requirements (if selected) which may include any/all of the following: criminal/civil background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search, in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations.
Driver's License Preferred Job Qualifications 2 to 6 years construction management and/or design experience in similar facility construction. Preferred Competencies:
Knowledge of cost control, scheduling, engineering drawings and other documents.
Ability to do material takeoffs, field estimates.
Communication skills
Organizational skills
Safety regulations
Discipline engineering experience
Supervisory skills
Contract administration EEO Statement Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Disabled/Veterans/Females Locations NJ-Carlstadt Recruiter Dena Saunders

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