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PortlandOR Direct Hire Jun 12, 2024 Construction Job Description: Position: Our client is seeking a motivated and team-oriented full-time Senior Civil Engineer to join its Bridge Engineering team. This position will primarily manage the design, permitting, and construction of the County’s most complex capital improvement projects on the County’s six Willamette River bridges (Sellwood, Hawthorne, Morrison, Burnside, Broadway, and Sauvie Island) in Portland, Oregon. (hybrid/tellework) Responsibilities: Project Management: Manage bridge and public works projects from design through construction, ensuring project elements meet the needs of County stakeholders. Planning and Budgeting: Prepare and administer project agreements, develop cost estimates and budgets, and review design criteria and standards. Stakeholder Communication: Maintain ongoing communication with community stakeholders, participate in public outreach events, and work with funding partners and local agencies to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Coordination: Represent the County at various meetings with agencies, consultants, and stakeholders; coordinate with the Oregon Department of Transportation and provide regular project status updates to the public. Engineering Design: Perform engineering design work in support of the County’s bridge maintenance activities. Mentorship: Mentor and coach junior staff; lead weekly project team meetings to share information on progress, schedules, and issues. Quality Assurance: Review and approve plans, specifications, and estimates; negotiate change orders, manage construction inspectors, and review contractor schedules, work plans, procedures, and estimates. Priorities: Develop genuine and candid relationships with project staff, establishing a positive team culture. Understand the status and pending changes of Multnomah County-owned bridges and structures. Build strong relationships with all stakeholders, including the Oregon Department of Transportation and other regional organizations. The Successful Candidate: Experience: Demonstrated experience in capital project management and a deep understanding of project management principles, including the ability to monitor schedules, scope, and budget. Experience preparing plans, estimates, and specifications for bridge-related projects and working with maintenance staff on smaller projects. Skills: Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with exceptional presentation skills. Ability to build and maintain trust within the organization, the community, and with stakeholders. Attributes: Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team, demonstrate exceptional customer service, equity, and inclusiveness, and effectively juggle multiple competing priorities and tasks. Knowledge: Proficient in interpreting and applying federal, state, and local rules, laws, standards, regulations, and policies. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in civil and/or structural engineering. Six (6) years of increasingly responsible professional engineering experience managing multiple projects. Registered Professional Engineer in Oregon (or ability to obtain Oregon Professional Engineer certification through reciprocity within six months of accepting the position).   Apply Now: Join a team dedicated to delivering high-quality, complex, and technical services to the community while developing strong relationships with stakeholders and contributing to the maintenance and improvement of critical infrastructure. If interested please apply or send resume to vanessa.valentine@workwithflux.com.
PortlandOR Direct Hire Jun 12, 2024 Construction Job Description: Engineering Technician 3 Position: Our client is seeking to fill two (2) full-time Engineering Technician 3 positions. These senior inspector roles will primarily support County Project Managers in the design, development, and construction management of capital improvement projects on the County’s six Willamette River bridges (Sellwood, Hawthorne, Morrison, Burnside, Broadway, and Sauvie Island). Responsibilities: Inspection and Quality Control: Perform inspections of bridge and roadway capital project construction, including reinforced concrete and structural steel installation, shop fabrication, painting, surveying, grading, paving, and drainage. Project Management: Plan and manage smaller capital projects or portions of larger projects, ensuring they are completed efficiently and to the highest quality standards. Team Leadership: Lead other project inspectors, assign work, and manage schedules to ensure adequate inspection coverage. Compliance and Documentation: Ensure projects comply with federal funding requirements, maintaining extensive attention to detail and documentation. Coordination and Communication: Facilitate communication between County staff, consultant engineers, and construction contractors; coordinate day-to-day inspections and project safety and quality assurance functions. Technical Expertise: Serve as subject matter experts on standards, practices, laws, and regulations; assist in developing standards and procedures. Mentorship: Lead, mentor, and coach junior staff. Reporting: Keep inspection records, prepare reports, and lead the project documentation and closeout process. The Successful Candidate: Experience: Five (5) to eight (8) years of increasingly responsible experience in public works, bridge, and roadway inspection. Skills: Strong supervisory and coordination experience, exceptional communication, analytical, and organizational skills. Hands-on experience with federal project inspections and documentation requirements is highly valued. Certifications: Ideally, certified by the Oregon Department of Transportation in Bridge Inspection and General Inspection. Attributes: Compliance-focused, adept in conflict management, capable of excelling in both independent and team environments. Qualifications: Five (5) to eight (8) years of experience in public works, bridge, and roadway inspection. Valid driver’s license. Location: Working in Portland, the Engineering Technicians will work on projects across the County’s six Willamette River bridges. Open to relocating candidates.  If interested please apply or send resume to vanessa.valentine@workwithflux.com #LI-VV1
portlandOR Contract/CTH Jun 10, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Project Manager to join one of our clients in Portland Oregon. This is a contract position with no end date duration, likely to last several years. The pay range for this role is $60-$70//hr Ideal background:  Construction/Civil Utilities  Job Responsibilities: a. Prepare and submit PMO required documentation throughout the project lifecycle process. b. Lead all aspects of the project building process. Oversee internal staff and external consulting engineers throughout the design and construction process from conceptual design to as-built drawings. Ensure relevant code compliance. Coordinate the building permit application process and required building department inspections. Oversee transmittals, submittals and request for information (RFI) processes and tracking. Ensure proper stakeholder involvement in the review of drawings and technical specifications. Assure compliance with and coordinate inspections as required by Field Operations Manual (FOM) c. Develop, manage, and update the project actual and forecast cost. Manage cost performance to both forecast and budget, and conduct analyses to identify and remediate variances as needed. Contractor will conduct monthly and ad hoc analyses as requested or required by PM processes. As project costs change, contractor will assess, document, and communicate any changes in accordance with PMO change management practices. d. Develop project schedules, including forecasts for material supply and personnel. Routinely revie and update projects schedules. As schedules change, contractor will assess, document, and communicate changes in accordance with PMO change management practices. e. Identify, procure and manage project-related human resources. Provide all team members with clear guidance. Work with project team members and resource managers to address and resolve any performance concerns. If external vendors, contractors, or resources are engaged on the project, manage vendor schedules, deliverables, and cost according to their respective SOWs. Integrate vendor project information into the project plan. Ensure adequate touchpoints and communications exist between  vendor project team members, sponsors, steering committees, and stakeholders. f. Develop project communications plan, including meetings; status reports, monthly portfolio reviews, and other communications as needed. Schedule and lead routine and special project team meetings. Present project status report at routine monthly executive/project sponsor meetings. Prepare and submit routine project status reports. Coordinate change management efforts. g. Lead the identification, collection, and management of project risks by working with the project team and stakeholders. Define mitigation plans for all assigned risks. Manage issues through to completion. Communicate risks and issues according to defined PM processes. h. If external vendors, contractors, or resources are engaged on the project, assist purchasing with the development of request for proposal (RFP) scope documents for outside vendors. Coordinate the issuance of RFPs with  procurement team. Lead the review and evaluation of contractor responses and offers for services and materials. Key contributor in the negotiations of contractor and supplier agreements. Work with project engineer for the timely entry of purchase requisitions. Identify and document risks and issues in timely manner in Company project management software (Planview). Negotiate, and obtain approval as required for change orders. Track, review and advise project engineer on payment of vendor invoices i. Complete other project duties as assigned. #LI-CR1
LongmontColorado Contract/CTH Jun 10, 2024 Engineering SSD Hardware Engineer Location: Longmont, CO Pay: $125/hr. 12 Month Contract Description Seeking a self-motivated, team-oriented board design engineer to develop Micron’s next generation Solid State Drive (SSD) products. This position requires experience in hardware architecture, design, signal integrity and power supply design. This would include modeling and simulation for high speed signaling implementations and power supply design including power distribution network (PDN) simulations. A successful candidate will have a good working knowledge of: state of the art memory device technologies, interfaces such as SATA, SAS, PCIe Gen 3&4, ONFI and implementation techniques required for high-speed interfaces. In addition, this candidate will have a good working knowledge of Buck and boost power supply designs. Experience with PCB design tools (Cadence PCB design and analysis, including Si/Pi). Expertise in the design for optimum signal and power integrity as well as hands-on lab experience. Duties and Responsibilities § Interface in cross functional teams to ensure the design meets all firmware, diagnostic and system level requirements. § Participate in architecture definition, design reviews, requirements generation of SSD products. § Perform basic Signal and power integrity measurements § Document and communicate results with cross functional counterparts. § Simulate and analyze design proposals, review results and provide recommendations on optimal design practices to other design engineers. § Experienced in designing hardware for large scale manufacture, including DFx and low cost considerations § Hardware design, worst-case analysis, simulations, capture schematic, de-rating and assumes complete ownership of the SSD hardware thru the product lifecycle. § PCB back-end process: defining stack-up and via technologies, part placement, setting design constraints, signal integrity and power integrity analysis § Works proactively with cross functional team members during design, verification as well as on RMAs Critical Skills § Self-motivated. Desire to take on challenges. Result-driven and details oriented. § Good interpersonal and communication skills are a must. § Good in transmission line fundamentals. Understand the fundamentals of time-domain vs. frequency-domain. § In depth knowledge in circuit designs, as well as semiconductor design. § Good PCB design experience on high speed signals routing guideline and review, power copper routing and review, design for EMI/ESD protection. § Design for signal integrity, including SerDes, power and interconnect. § Develops solutions to complex technical problems, which require ingenuity and creativity. § Analog design using simulation e.g. SPICE (or equivalent). § Practical experience with design tools or equivalent: - Cadence Sigrity, Allegro Power-Aware SI - Mentor Graphics HyperLynx § Practical lab SI analysis experience using equipment or equivalent: - High-bandwidth measurements (20-35GHz) via: o Teledyne Lecroy SDA820Zi-B Oscilloscope o Agilent MSO-X 92004A Oscilloscope - PCIe Compliance equipment (requires also using one of the following test equipment) o Teledyne Lecroy PER-R008-S01-X Protocol Aware Bit Error Rate Tester o Keysight J-BERT M8041A # Protocol Aware Bit Error Rate Tester Qualification Requirements § BS in Electrical Engineering required; MS in Electrical Engineering is preferred § Good written and verbal communication § Good problem-solving skills #LI-RC1
PortlandOregon Direct Hire Jun 7, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking an Engineer 3 to join one of our clients in Portland on a full-time direct hire capacity. This Engineer will oversee design engineering, planning and coordination of projects requiring a higher level of project management and/or technical knowledge. Provide design and project management expertise for storage facilities, compressors, control systems, odorization, CNG/LNG equipment, and special projects as required. Ensure service continuity and fulfillment of installation commitments while meeting customer needs, cost objectives, governmental requirements, and safety and engineering standards. Day to Day:   Oversees design engineering, planning, coordination, and monitoring of projects related to plants and stations. Provides cost analysis of alternatives to determine cost effective installation practices. Responsible for special projects and technical studies from planning to final completion. Maintains ongoing communication with local and state permit and regulatory agencies and contractors to protect the Company’s interest and coordinate construction activities. Responds to a variety of inquiries/concerns from customer, Company personnel or the general public; resolves by coordinating necessary resources.  Reviews and approves construction drawings within the territory to ensure engineering standards are followed. Coordinates with office and field personnel to optimize the use of resources.  Participates in after-hour emergency response program in conjunction with other operations supervisors. Assists in preparing budget, analyzing costs/benefits; continuously evaluates cost reduction and revenue enhancement opportunities. This position may require travel. Supports Company’s commitment to a culture of safe work practices. Come on your first day with:   Requires a bachelor's degree in engineering, preferably mechanical or civil engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience. 3+ years engineering experience (Engineer 2), 5+ years engineering experience (Engineer 3), preferable 1+ year facilities/construction-related, or utility construction/installation. Ability to register as a Professional Engineer (PE) is highly desired.   Demonstrated experience in a leadership role overseeing and coordinating complex planning and project implementation programs. Ability to plan and effectively manage a wide variety of construction projects.  Demonstrated skill in organizing multiple tasks and managing time effectively to meet deadlines and balance priorities consistent with Company strategies and goals.  Knowledge and experience in the application of the following: ASME B31 pressure piping, federal pipeline safety rules, American Public Works Association, construction standards, and OSHA regulations.
Remote Colorado Contract/CTH Jun 6, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is looking for a General Planner-Senior. Mainly we need someone who can work in Policy, Coordinating transmittal of documents and information between the Applicant and FEMA's. Consolidated Resource Centers utilizing a web-based tool, phone, and email. Working with Applicants to logically group and prioritize projects based on the Applicant's recovery priorities. Reviewing and validating damage details, scopes of work, and costs with the Applicant   This is a fully remote role with a 1 year to 18 month contract assignment. Period of Performance: If option periods are exercised, the POP for this task order will extend through the summer of 2025. Anticipated Deployment Date: As soon as accepted.  Hourly Pay Rate:             $65-75 per hour (potentially some flexibility) Per Diem/Expenses: none Location: work from home Hours Worked Weekly: 40 hours.  Scope of project:  Candidate should have either 1) successful FEMA PATAC deployment in a Policy position, or 2) deep domain knowledge of FEMA PA policies AND a very strong writing background (example: experienced with writing Determination Memos).   Bachelor's degree with 10 years of experience in disaster fieldwork or in field of expertise; a graduate level degree or professional registration with 5 years of experience in disaster fieldwork or in field of expertise; or 15 years of experience in related field.      
LongmontColorado Contract/CTH Jun 4, 2024 Engineering Test Engineer II Location: Longmont, CO Contract: 12-Months Pay: $42-44/hr. Description: Performs client and enterprise system build-outs at scale, identifying opportunities for efficiency gain and/or process improvement, while documenting completed work with detailed performance logs and build procedures. Capable of managing inventory at scale of up to 2000 components that contribute to lab systems. Assesses the health of equipment being built and test runs being executed, proactively calling out any perceived issues while offering creative solutions to solve the team's biggest problems in this regard. Executes daily/weekly test cases using internal automation or vendor software. Performs first level triage of test failures, requiring knowledge of our test infrastructure, NVMe and other industry spec, and Micron internal device spec. Strong problem-solving and experimental design skills will be key to success in this role. Desired experience: Experience and passion for client or enterprise PC components and systems, experimental design and test process, minimizing variables in retest to isolate specific fail modes. Prior storage experience preferred, but will assess the right candidate based on overall aptitude. Desired skills: Experienced python development or equivalent interpreted language, NVMe storage protocol, OCP 2.0 or other enterprise storage spec, comfort in a Linux operating environment, technical writing, high attention to detail, customer-first mentality. #LI-RC1
Remote Contract/CTH Jun 3, 2024 Environmental Environmental Planner Senior: Must have experience in the production and management of all levels of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review documentation. Experience in the development and management of Environmental Assessments. One Environmental Planner also must have experience building and maintaining GIS databases, and using GIS software to analyze the spatial and non-spatial information in them. Must have the ability to work independently. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Tasks: Implementing compliance with applicable federal environmental laws, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and Executive Orders 11988, 11990, and 12898; and others as they pertain to FEMA's disaster programs. This includes scoping environmental/historic issues, reviewing grant applications for compliance, providing technical assistance to those involved with grant implementation, and ensuring compliance is sufficiently documented. In addition, the specialists will work on other projects or activities related to FEMA's Environmental/Historic Preservation Section. General activities include: Ensuring that all recovery activities receive the appropriate level of environmental review as required by NEPA, NHPA, and associated statues, regulations, and Executive Orders Providing expert technical assistance; performing a full range of activities for environmental/historic preservation compliance and project management, performing data gathering, analysis, and inter-agency coordination Preparing (or assists in the preparation of environmental and historic preservation compliance documents from simple to particularly complex and politically sensitive projects including resource evaluations, consultation letters, memorandums of agreement, categorical exclusions, and environmental assessments. Identifies, plans, coordinates, monitors, and completes project EHP compliance reviews of FEMA-funded (in part or whole) projects under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and other applicable EHP laws, implementing regulations, Presidential Executive Orders (EOs), other Federal state requirements, and relevant DHS/FEMA policies. Coordinates and completes work with FEMA EHP and project staff and program managers, EHP Team Leads, Applicants, state agencies, and other Federal agencies, and contractors. Provides EHP technical assistance for the State and Applicants for project EHP reviews, planning, design, regulatory consultations, and compliance.
RedmondOregon Direct Hire Jun 3, 2024 Construction Sr. Archaeologist Location: Can work in any of the following: La Grande, OR, Redmond, OR, Hermiston, OR, and Walla Walla, WA Salary Range: $70k - $100k Summary Seeking applicants for a Senior Archaeologist/Principal Investigator to join our group of successful professionals who provide personalized services to communities and clients throughout Oregon and Washington. Responsibilities • Act as principal investigator on cultural resource projects and work on a team to assist with the cultural resource review and assessment of sites and properties associated with a variety of projects in Washington and eastern Oregon. • Create research designs, lead and conduct fieldwork for pedestrian survey, shovel testing, site testing, and construction monitoring projects. • Prepare cultural resource inventory reports, monitoring reports, archaeological site forms and NRHP eligibility evaluations. • Coordinate with other archaeological staff, technical staff, engineers, project leads, state agencies, and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers to ensure a timely completion of project tasks. Qualifications • Master’s degree in Anthropology/Archaeology or a related field. • Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology (see standards here). • Previously approved or demonstrate the ability to be approved as an Oregon qualified archaeologist within1 year of hiring (see Oregon Revised Statute 390.235[6][B][b][A-C]). • Prior experience leading archaeological fieldwork, including pedestrian surveys, shovel testing, excavations, and construction monitoring. • Prior experience identifying, processing, and cataloging cultural materials. • 5+ years of experience preparing and conducting archaeological evaluations and reporting. • Familiarity with federal and state cultural resource management laws. • Prior knowledge of Pacific Northwest archaeology and history is strongly desired. • Comfortable working in an interdisciplinary team environment. • Experience interfacing with the State Historical Preservation Offices (SHPO) in Oregon and the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) in Washington. • Experience working in ArcGIS preferred but not required. Basic knowledge of GPS equipment, mapping programs, and compass usage required. • Frequent travel and overnight stays for field work will be required. Per diem and lodging will be provided during field sessions. • Valid driver's license required with no driving under the influence arrests, and applicant must be agreeable to a background check. #LI-CR1  
Eastern United States - Multiple Locations Direct Hire May 31, 2024 Construction The Construction Superintendent is to perform site management tasks related to building renovations and repair, building and parking lot expansions, interior fit outs, MEP upgrades, and other construction, facility maintenance, or JOC projects. They coordinate closely with local points of contact at the facility, the project manager, and subcontractors. They always maintain health and safety requirements and quality control of the site. They document all project activities to ensure all project stakeholders remain informed throughout the project field effort.         Location: Projects will be in these locations: MA, RI, NH, VT, MI, East PA, and South NJ     Essential Duties and Responsibilities:      Directly responsible for day-to-day supervision of project site and supervise and schedule all subcontractors, consultants, and vendors daily. The superintendent shall ensure adequate manpower is provided by subcontractors for each task being performed. Perform quality control duties and responsibilities regarding the work being performed. Communication with project team regarding Project Drawings, RFI’s, Shop Drawings, and Material Submittals. Communicates with client daily about project schedule/progress and safety concerns. Participates in QC audits reports, assists in work plan and QC plan development. Perform all aspects of managing the construction job site. Perform all project assignments safely, in a technically appropriate and cost-effective manner, and within established schedules and budgets. Ability to comprehend all construction drawings and details and ensure work is performed in accordance with the design. Act as liaison with the project manager, owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and/or internal departments on technical, safety, and quality related matters as required. Prepare 3 week look ahead schedules based on the baseline schedule and provide ongoing scheduling input to Project Management staff for all scheduling efforts. Coordinate the daily activities for all subcontractors at any stage of construction. Complete all project construction in accordance with design, budget, and schedule. Ensure all parties follow all safety procedures and practices according to both OSHA and company requirements. Conduct pre-installation safety evaluations and action plans with contractors to ensure work activities are conducted in the safest manner possible. Review and document subcontractors JHA paperwork at the beginning of each shift. Properly respond to onsite incidents and emergencies per company procedures. Schedule and participate in necessary inspections required by local and state regulations. Organize final inspections for completed work. Maintain “as-built” drawings. Resolve field conflicts. Maintain consistent daily communication with project management staff to ensure all parties are informed of current project status and potential issues affecting progress. Assist with quality control functions per contract requirements (submittal reviews, daily reports, preparatory meetings, and other quality control program features) to ensure project document controls are following contract requirements. Direct and coordinate subcontractor activities. Complete daily/weekly field reports with photos. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:      High School Diploma plus minimum 5+ years of construction/quality control experience. Ability to manage and lead multiple subcontractors. Must be able to conduct site visits and provide oversight for multiple projects throughout each day. Having experience in JOC or USPS projects is a plus. Strong communication skills (Verbal & Written). Able to meet time sensitive deadlines and carry out multiple priorities simultaneously. Working knowledge of construction and project management software Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, and Excel. The following certifications are preferred but not required:   Construction Quality Management Certification. OSHA 30-hour training and HAZWOPER. First Aid & CPR
La GrandeOregon Direct Hire May 30, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Civil Engineer to join one of our clients in a Direct Hire Full-time role. We are looking for a highly motivated civil/project engineer to join a group of successful professionals who provide personalized engineering services to communities and clients throughout central and eastern Oregon and Washington.  We are seeking to hire a project engineer who possesses sound engineering skills and encompasses an attitude of continual improvement with desires to work in a positive and rewarding environment. Available Locations: La Grande, Oregon Walla Walla, Washington Redmond, Oregon Hermiston, Oregon Responsibilities • Work on a team to fund, plan, and design a variety of municipal water, wastewater, water resources, utility, site development, and transportation projects • Develop project scope, budget, schedule, and project delivery plans • Develop studies, reports, design drawings, technical specifications, and contract documents • Make public presentations • Provide funding and bidding assistance, and construction management for water, wastewater, site development, other municipal infrastructure projects,    and/or transportation • Assist with office management responsibilities • Assist with client relations and business development efforts Qualifications • 3 plus years of relevant experience designing water, wastewater, water resources, and/or other infrastructure projects for public entities (cities, counties, ports,    districts, etc.).  • Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering (Master’s preferred) • Licensed Professional Engineer (Oregon license preferred) • Valid driver’s license • Public speaking skills with experience participating in meetings with clients, the public, and contractors • Experience in developing and writing planning documents, work agreements, and task orders • Project management experience including managing subconsultants • Ability to lead, train, and motivate others and contribute to a team environment • Experience in developing effective long-lasting relationships with clients, peers, and management • Experience with scheduling, managing resources, reviewing, and timely deliverables #LI-CR1  
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH May 29, 2024 Engineering Thermal Test Engineer II Location: Sunnyvale, CA (Onsite) Pay: $55/Hr. - $60/hr. Contract: 6 Months Duties: •    Support thermal testing and data analysis of mobile electronic products and components. •    Iterate testing of user workloads while collecting temperature and power data. •    Design and build module testing fixtures and mockups for thermal analysis. •    Assist in automating power supplies and data acquisition equipment with python, MatLab or similar tools.   Experience/Skills: •    5+ years of experience with thermal cooling technologies and product testing lifecycles. •    5+ years of experience with thermal test equipment. (i.e data acquisition, infrared cameras, digital multimeters, adjustable power supplies) •    Familiarity with various types of cooling technologies and thermal mitigation strategies.   •    Experience troubleshooting and repairing Apple HW and SW. •    Experience with testing and validating Android and Windows platforms. •    Coding experience, Python and/or Matlab, for hardware and test automation and data post-processing. •    Attention to detail. •    Ability to create clear documentation for test procedures.  Education: •    Bachelor's degree in ME, EE, Physics, or equivalent practical experience. #LI-RC1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH May 28, 2024 Engineering Program Manager II Location: Cupertino, CA Pay range: $77/hr. - $82/hr. Contract: 5-Month contract Job Summary: The PD Engineering Program Manager is responsible for the technical management of engineering development projects within Product Design organization. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of enabling large cross-functional teams to deliver complex mechanically integrated consumer electronic systems quickly and with high quality. They will understand the who, what and how of hardware development, create and manage the program plan, and successfully execute it while balancing several competing objectives and aggressive deliverable timelines.     Qualifications: •         Prior experience (ideally 2-5+ years) leading program management or mechanical engineering design of rapid development products comprising multiple materials of high aesthetic quality.  •         Strong technical background with knowledge of manufacturing processes and mechanical engineering fundamentals;  prior experience with metal stamping, forging, machining (CNC), die casting, plastic injection and compression molding, metal injection molding (MIM) is highly desirable  •         Resilience and flexibility when faced with uncertainty and changes in direction •         Self motivated with strong critical thinking capabilities  •         Insane attention to detail and ability to effectively manage complexity  •         Excellent communication, organization and leadership skills with ability to inspire team members; ability to filter and distill relevant information for the right audience •         Experience collaborating across disparate cross functional teams spanning Mechanical Engineering and Design, Systems Engineering, Reliability, Operations, and Marketing       Responsibilities:  •         Support product definition and drive closure of architecture and technical opens in early stages of a project •         Establish and manage program feature baseline, scheduling, critical paths, and technology risk areas for execution through final delivery of the product •         Identify and highlight technical risk areas and mitigation strategies in partnership with impacted teams •         Understand technical issues and drive them to closure by bringing together key stakeholders for decision making •         Offer multiple levels of status across a wide spectrum of individual contributors to executive management •         Enable the development effort by creating and monitoring an efficient, streamlined process •         Drive drawing releases and tooling kickoff with PD Engineering team and the vendors to meet aggressive schedules •         Plan and execute prototype builds, directing factory operations and cross functional teams •         Lead cross-functional communication between project teams and external vendors.    Education  BS ME degree required, MS or MBA desired  #LI-RC1
PortlandOR Contract/CTH May 28, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is looking for an experienced Senior Engineering Recruiter to support an upcoming Client of ours! This position will include the day to day functions of using creative sourcing strategies to locate top talent, pre-screening resumes, qualifying candidates through phone interviews, and submitting to our clients' open roles in order to support the teams staffing efforts. Key Responsibilities [What you'll Do] Participate in full life-cycle recruiting including sourcing and identifying qualified candidates, screening resumes and assessing qualifications, conducting phone interviews, preparing candidates for interviews, pipelining candidates for future opportunities, closing candidates that are selected. Utilizing both standard and creative sourcing strategies, identify top talent and attract candidates to our opportunities Network and build relationships with candidates at all levels. Ensure consistent communications with candidates to keep warm and maintain a pipeline for future opportunities. Maintain data integrity within our applicant tracking system and other tools to ensure accurate reporting. Skills & Qualifications [Who you Are] 5+ years recruiting experience, heavy within the AEC industry (architecture, engineering, construction) Knowledge of ATS, sourcing strategies, job boards. Excellent written and oral communication skills, and having a high standard of professionalism and character Experience working in a fast paced environment with ability to multi-task and pivot quickly and with ease. Benefits [Why Work Here] Flux offers full medical, dental, vision (including HSA and FSA options), Holiday Pay + substantial PTO, Life Insurance, STD, LTD, virtual wellness resources, access to Employee Assistance Program, and more. #LI-AB1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH May 28, 2024 Engineering Test Engineer II Location: Cupertino, CA Contract: 7 Months Pay: $62/hr. Duties:  Responsible for the development, documentation and validation of reliability tests spanning Apple's product portfolio. Testing can be mechanical, environmental or chemical in nature and a person with a broad technical background / foundation and a research mindset would be well suited to the role. They would be responsible for gaining an understanding of the stress condition we are trying to replicate, work with various teams to gather user behavior data and design any test fixtures or equipment, document the process and procedure through Keynote, work with a technical writer to get a formal document created and validate the test through a GR&R. At times the person may need to interface with equipment vendors while sourcing new test capabilities, though we have teams to handle negotiating rates and handling payment, etc. The ideal candidate would have excellent written and verbal communication skills and allows the data to guide their development process and next steps. A person with a reliability testing background is ideal along with a degree in engineering or an equivalent bachelors in a relevant science such as physics or chemistry.   - Execute battery EE level tests and provide accurate result report. - Generate KPI for day to day lab activities. - Reviews BMU schematics and layout to verify conformance and to determine testability. - Conducts investigations and prepares reports to support investigations. - Writes plans, co-develops procedures and analyzes data for validation activities. - Running complex test setups using high accuracy test equipment. - Troubleshooting equipment and sample issues, maintaining and solving test equipment problems as needed. - Use various types of measurement equipment to test batteries and cells. Skills: A person with a reliability testing background is ideal along with a degree in engineering or an equivalent bachelors in a relevant science such as physics or chemistry.   • Understanding of EE bench test equipment and use and appropriate application. (Oscilloscopes, meters, data-loggers, power supplies, etc.) • Highly experienced in a lab setting, bringing a can-do attitude with a willingness to take ownership and drive results. • Relies on data to justify technical decisions and ability to clearly explain technical issues. • Self-starter with excellent time management skills and curious spirit and willing to work in fast pace team. • Strong documentation and communication skills. • Proven ability to work independently under high pressure and comfortable working in a dynamic environment • Have a previous track record of success conducting tests - should also be able to process and summarize data. • Possess a high level of attention to details. • Familiarity with test platforms including Automated Test Equipment utilizing data acquisition and instrumentation control software such as python or similar test scripting. • 3 - 5 years of experience is needed. Education:   Degree in engineering or an equivalent bachelors in a relevant science such as physics or chemistry.  BS/MS in Electrical Engineering Required Skills:   TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRONICS  ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS  ANALOG/DIGITAL ELECTRONICS  POWER ELECTRONICS  DC POWER  #LI-RC1
orlandaFlorida Direct Hire May 28, 2024 Engineering Flux resources is partnering with a top ranked construction management firm to hire a Sr. Project Engineer/ Area Manager for their projects in Orlando, Florida.  Role: Direct Hire, On-Site RESPONSIBILITIES: This person will work close to our North Florida Vice President Roadways & Highways in our team in Orlando/ Jacksonville area To be in primary control the Sr. Project Engineer must have supervised two or more projects as well as two or more support staff (Office Manager, Compliance Officer, and Secretary) and Inspector, must have been directly responsible for all CEI / FDOT services assigned Directs and assigns specific tasks to inspectors and assists in all phases of the construction project Will be responsible for the progress and final estimates throughout the construction project duration   QUALIFICATIONS:  Must have FDOT CEI Experience min 10 years A Civil Engineering degree or related PE License in Florida plus two (5) years of engineering experience in construction of major road or bridge structures, or for non-degreed personnel eight (8) years of responsible and related engineering experience, two (2) years of which involved construction of major road or bridge structures.  FDOT Advanced MOT CTQP Final Estimates Level II CTQP Quality Control Manager Depending upon your employment status, our client provides comprehensive benefits including, Medical, Dental, Vision, Employer Paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurances, Business Travel Accident Insurance, Short-Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account, Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, Commuter Benefits, Legal Assistance, Identity Theft Protection, Pet Insurance, Auto & Home Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Accident Insurance, Hospital Indemnity Insurance, Voluntary Life & Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance. Paid Time Off (PTO), Holidays, 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan, Employee Referral Program, Professional Certification Incentive Program, Hill University Learning and Development, Tuition Reimbursement, EAP, Years of Service Awards Program.  #LI-VV1
ColumbusOhio Direct Hire May 24, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Project Director to join one of our clients in the Columbus, OH area, to manage and support their Capital Improvement Projects. This is a full-time, direct position.  The role is hybrid, with requirement to be onsite in Columbus, OH when needed. RESPONSIBILITIES: Communicate with the client’s representatives continuously regarding project progress and areas of concerns. Propose in house project management procedure to comply with contract requirements and client’s procedures. Establish and maintain specific project procedures for design/construction supervision management (as applicable). Prepare special report to client management to investigate any problem related to the scope of services and recommend solutions to client management. Identify priorities and tasks and develop the organization structure to assure execution of tasks, by providing clear direction on methods, time frame and schedule to achieve the stated goals. Provide clear definition of roles and responsibilities of PM staff. Attend Executive meetings and progress meetings. Monitor performance to assure successful delivery of the key performance indicators and client contractual requirements. Advice the client’s representative on any potential variation to the design/supervision consultant and contractor’s scope of work that may generate cost or time impact and present the PM’s assessment. Lead the Project Management staff in assessing variations and claims and report the technical position of the proposed variation to the client. Review weekly and monthly reports as presented by design/supervision consultant(s) and contractor and present to the client comments of non-compliance, and/or area of concern and corrective actions. Ensuring that the requirements of the contract documents are implemented and maintained throughout the contract period. Identify priorities and tasks and develop the organization structure to assure execution of tasks, by providing clear direction on methods, time frame and schedule to achieve the stated goals. Assist in the review of contractual notices of claims and providing contractual advice to the engineering in their administration of the construction contract. Interaction with the client representatives, the project management consultant, and relevant contractors in respect of all contractual matters. Assists with monitoring contractor and commission compliance with the contract documents. Investigates problems and recommends corrective action. Prepares correspondence and maintains records necessary to ensure the effective administration of all contractual matters. Facilitates the contract close-out procedures to ensure that all terms and conditions of contracts have been complied with prior to final payment to contractor. Ensures that all contractual procedures are implemented and maintained. Assists in the review of contractor’s claims in accordance with the provisions of the conditions of contract and ensures the client’s interests are protected. Ensures all warranties, bonds, insurances, guarantees, etc. are in place and maintained and updated in accordance with the contract and are in compliance with the clients requirements Assists the estimation and project control teams in respect of contractual implications of change orders. Assist in the preparation of monthly progress reports. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture or related field is required.  15-20+ years of experience of managing multi- million dollar projects. Experience working on Public Agency Capital Improvement projects. Ability to think ahead, identify new opportunities and create new and innovative approaches to work related issues. Strong management and communication skills. Excellent working knowledge of Word, Excel and strong user skill level within MS Office. Demonstrated experience managing project cost/budget, scope, schedule, and resources, managing vendors, and overseeing formal planning, tracking, and reporting project performance. Why Work With Us At Flux Resources, we are committed to fostering a dynamic and supportive work environment. We partner with clients to work on impactful projects and help develop innovative solutions. Join us and take the next step in your engineering career! #LI-VV1
PortlandOregon Direct Hire May 21, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is excited to announce an opportunity for a skilled Resource Center Engineer 3 to join our esteemed client in the Portland Metro area. This full-time, direct-hire position offers a competitive salary in the $105K-$140K range an great benefits. (on-site role) The Role: As a Resource Center Engineer 3, you will play a pivotal role in the design, engineering, planning, and coordination of system improvement and replacement projects within the distribution and transmission systems. Your responsibilities will include: Leading and managing project scopes, schedules, and budgets, ensuring all installations are completed on time and within budget. Providing project management for a variety of projects, coordinating with other engineers and departments to ensure seamless service and compliance with safety and engineering standards. Overseeing the design engineering, planning, coordination, and monitoring of large construction projects, ensuring safe and efficient operational procedures. Maintaining continuous communication with local and state regulatory agencies, contractors, and stakeholders to protect the company's interests and coordinate construction activities. Reviewing and approving construction drawings to ensure adherence to engineering standards, optimizing resource usage in collaboration with office and field personnel. Conducting cost analyses to determine the most cost-effective installation practices and planning crew and equipment resources accordingly. Demonstrating strong leadership and decision-making skills, providing coaching and development opportunities for team members, and fostering a culture of safe work practices. Participating as a subject matter expert in external audits, compliance activities, and investigations of system damage. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in engineering (civil, mechanical, or gas preferred) or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Professional Engineer (PE) registration is highly desired. Over 7 years of experience in construction-related work or utility construction/installation, with a minimum of 3 years in a leadership role. Proven leadership experience, managing direct reports, outside consultants, and contractors to coordinate multiple functions and complete projects effectively. Strong project management skills, with the ability to organize multiple tasks, manage time efficiently, and meet deadlines. Extensive knowledge of federal pipeline safety rules, American Public Works Association standards, construction standards, and OSHA regulations. Excellent communication skills for interacting with employees, government representatives, and contractor personnel on technical matters. Ability to analyze budget reports, develop new construction approaches and procedures, and visit/access construction sites as required. Valid Oregon or Washington driver's license with a satisfactory driving record. Why Work with us: At Flux Resources, we are committed to fostering a dynamic and supportive work environment. We partner with clients to work on impactful projects and help develop innovative solutions. Join us and take the next step in your engineering career!       #LI-VV1  
PortlandOregon Contract/CTH May 21, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Facilities Engineer/Operator to join one of our clients in the Portland area. This is a contract assignment that will last 6 months to a year and pays in the $65-70/hr range.  Desired experience: The ideal candidate will have experience with the category 1 job areas and the category 2 working knowledge areas listed below: Category 1 job experience areas: Petrochemical process operation or construction and commissioning of similar projects Oil and gas refinery process operation or construction and commissioning of similar projects Wastewater treatment plant operation or construction and commissioning of similar projects Category 2 working knowledge areas as an operator of facilities or constructor of similar facilities involving: Compressed flammable gases (such as methane or digester gas) Motorized gas compression equipment High pressure gas vessels, process piping and piping components (including but not limited to valves, pressure control valves, pressure relief devices, etc.) Non-compressible fluid pumping and piping systems Automated process controls and human-machine interface (HMI) panels Description of Assignment: The selected candidate will be assigned as the lead operator of a Renewable Natural Gas Facility (RNGF). The Lead RNGF Operator’s duties and responsibilities include:   Daily Rounds Condensate management Oil management (topping off equipment oil reservoirs and removing and collection of spent oil) Inspection (gas detection using personal gas monitoring devices, abnormal equipment sounds or vibrations, listening for leaks, et) Track, record, and communicate dynamic automated process variables through observation of various process Human Machine Interface (HMI) screens. RNGF critical coordination and process documentation requirements Communicate with various inhouse and outside vendor provided skilled personnel to achieve consistent and continuous process operation, minimizing equipment down-time to the greatest extent possible without compromising safety and/or causing additional risk of injury and/or equipment damage Safety: Review safety plans, protocols and policies, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Develop and apply knowledge of personal protective devices including but not limited to hardhats, reflective high-visibility vests and jackets, eye protection, use of eye washes, gloves, personal gas monitors, flame retardant clothing, hearing protection, etc. Lead the development of new SOPs Learn and lead preparation of Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) of mechanical systems in coordination with in-house and/or contracted electricians, instrumentation technicians, and millwrights, depressurize and purge gas piping and equipment with and repairs as required RNGF unplanned shutdown and restart management: Manage unexpected shutdowns and process trips, and endeavor to restart the RNGF in coordination with inhouse BES skilled labor and with remote and/or on-site equipment vendor representatives. Coordinate with BES staff to generate work orders Track and communicate equipment maintenance requirements: Coordinate with BES staff to generate work orders Review equipment Operations and Maintenance (O&M) manuals Identify Preventative Maintenance frequencies Track runtime hours to communicate ensure when PMs are needed. of equipment in accordance with equipment manufacturer’s recommendations. Record keeping - Maintain electronic and hard copy data and transaction records to support reporting requirements as required  Daily and weekly staff meetings – Attend and report out to daily and weekly staff meetings as required #LI-CR1
traveling (sites across USA) Direct Hire May 15, 2024 Construction Remediation Superintendent Assist Project Manager through project lifecycle from pursuit to close out. Ensure projects are completed in accordance with the Contract Documents and Project Work Plans. Daily coordination of Subcontractors. Provide daily morning safety briefings. Orders and schedules delivery of material and equipment, reviewing requisitions and purchase orders for correctness and cost savings.  Manages the day to day activity of project field staff and ensures production stays on schedule.  Assist Project Manager is monitoring project costs, budget, schedule, safety and quality  Takes corrective action where necessary.  Maintains continuous, open communication with the project management team, client representative and subcontractor.  Reports on progress, concerns, and listens and responds to concerns of others.  Maintains liaison with engineering, estimating, and planning to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications, and schedule.  Monitors and suggests solutions to construction problems or design flaws as work is in progress. Performs other duties as required.  Performs quality control inspections and reviews plans and specifications for quality assurance. Pulls construction permits. Provides approval to project invoices to Project Manager. Assists with Project Progress Meeting Agendas and Meeting Minutes. Develops weekly Two-Week Look Ahead Schedules Provides feedback on performance appraisals for project staff. Up to 100% travel wherever the project takes them within the US   Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. 8 years of related experience 40 HR OSHA HAZWOPER Remediation experience including excavation and disposal of contaminated soil, In-situ/ex-situ soil treatment, thermal remediation, and permeable barrier wall construction a plus.   Skills and Abilities: Expert knowledge of construction disciplines, cost control, scheduling, safety regulations, etc. Excellent ability to read and interpret blueprints and engineering drawings.  Excellent oral and written communications skills.  Excellent planning and organizational skills.  Good Microsoft Word and Excel skill.
FrederickMaryland Direct Hire May 9, 2024 Construction Quality Control Associate Job Description:   The purpose of Quality Control Associate is to update and coordinate the planning, implementation, and supervision of the HITT quality control plan. This includes working with employees as well as outside agencies or consultants involved in inspections and testing. Educate all parties as to the HITT methods of quality control.  Responsibilities  Participate in the Planning Phase of the QC program by meeting with the QCS Team, the Project Manager and Superintendent to align project expectations for the Quality Control Program. Develop a list of features of work (FOW) for each project and tie them to the project schedule. Develop site-specific QC Programs for small to mid-level projects and submit to the QC Senior Manager for final review. Develop meeting and inspection templates for each FOW. Execute four phases of control (Planning, Preparatory, Initial and Inspections) for each FOW with the subcontractors, vendors, and client(s) and perform all required meetings. Inspect incoming materials for submittal compliance and ensure that they are properly stored. Oversee HITT’s Superintendents inspections for each FOW and perform inspections as needed. Track deficiencies and rework items to final resolution enforcing effective and timely corrective actions. Document and track all QC documentation including all required third party inspections and test reports. Provide weekly status reports with updated progress, status, and a look ahead for meetings and inspections to the QC Program Manager. Attend all HITT progress meetings and provide status on all QC activities. Incorporate safe work practices across the QC program. Develop final punch list and oversee the project closeout process. Interface with the client and their representatives to provide status on project QC activities and to receive any feedback on our QC program Coordinate QC support for startup and commissioning documentation with the MEP team. Interface with the project manager and superintendent to align deliverables. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in civil, structural, architectural, mechanical or electrical engineering or equivalent work experience. Active certification with the Army Corps of Engineers- Construction Quality Management for Contractors or an inactive certification that needs to be refreshed within 3 months of hire. OSHA-10 certification. 2 years of data center construction experience minimal. Motivated self-starter familiar with the QC process including developing a site-specific QC Program and establishing the 4 phases of control Ability to communicate effectively with the HITT Project Team and our clients. Adequate knowledge in the CSA and MEP disciplines. Adequate knowledge of building codes, NFPA-70E, and the NEC. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Excellent written and verbal skills. Proficient document control skills.  
FredericksburgVA Direct Hire May 9, 2024 Construction Quality Control Associate Job Description:   The purpose of Quality Control Associate is to update and coordinate the planning, implementation, and supervision of the HITT quality control plan. This includes working with employees as well as outside agencies or consultants involved in inspections and testing. Educate all parties as to the HITT methods of quality control.  Responsibilities  Participate in the Planning Phase of the QC program by meeting with the QCS Team, the Project Manager and Superintendent to align project expectations for the Quality Control Program. Develop a list of features of work (FOW) for each project and tie them to the project schedule. Develop site-specific QC Programs for small to mid-level projects and submit to the QC Senior Manager for final review. Develop meeting and inspection templates for each FOW. Execute four phases of control (Planning, Preparatory, Initial and Inspections) for each FOW with the subcontractors, vendors, and client(s) and perform all required meetings. Inspect incoming materials for submittal compliance and ensure that they are properly stored. Oversee HITT’s Superintendents inspections for each FOW and perform inspections as needed. Track deficiencies and rework items to final resolution enforcing effective and timely corrective actions. Document and track all QC documentation including all required third party inspections and test reports. Provide weekly status reports with updated progress, status, and a look ahead for meetings and inspections to the QC Program Manager. Attend all HITT progress meetings and provide status on all QC activities. Incorporate safe work practices across the QC program. Develop final punch list and oversee the project closeout process. Interface with the client and their representatives to provide status on project QC activities and to receive any feedback on our QC program Coordinate QC support for startup and commissioning documentation with the MEP team. Interface with the project manager and superintendent to align deliverables. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in civil, structural, architectural, mechanical or electrical engineering or equivalent work experience. Active certification with the Army Corps of Engineers- Construction Quality Management for Contractors or an inactive certification that needs to be refreshed within 3 months of hire. OSHA-10 certification. 2 years of data center construction experience minimal. Motivated self-starter familiar with the QC process including developing a site-specific QC Program and establishing the 4 phases of control Ability to communicate effectively with the HITT Project Team and our clients. Adequate knowledge in the CSA and MEP disciplines. Adequate knowledge of building codes, NFPA-70E, and the NEC. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Excellent written and verbal skills. Proficient document control skills.
PortlandOregon Contract/CTH May 6, 2024 Engineering Principal Project Manager Location: Portland, OR Salary range: $114k-$170k We are looking for a Principal Project Manager to support new and existing projects. Our department manages decommissioning of retiring rail vehicles and supports an existing fleet of 149 LRVs and six commuter rail cars. Our team ensures new vehicles are designed and built to our specifications and holds our suppliers to a high standard of quality. As existing equipment ages it takes tenacity and creative problem solving to ensure it maintains a high standard of safety and reliability over the decades the vehicles remain in service, this includes planning and executing major subsystem retrofits as part of our capital improvement program. Our department works closely with rail maintenance, rail transportation, operations engineering, safety, information technology, engineering and construction civil teams, and program management to ensure excellent service to the riding public. Your role as Project Manager, Principal, is to work alongside a diverse group of engineers and deliver a portfolio of vehicle engineering projects. The scope and scale of the projects vary from vehicle acquisitions, retrofits, modifications, reverse engineering of obsolete components, evaluating vehicle performance, to working alongside IT to develop and deploy cutting-edge rail vehicle technology. This position will perform principal level project manager duties in support of the rail vehicle workgroup as a fully competent and experienced project manager. Duties include: Development of specifications, review of contractor submittals, coordination of schedules, monitoring inspection and approval of work, testing of equipment and systems, and administration of contracts. Acts as a technical specialist within the vehicle engineering discipline. Ensures that projects are completed within budgets and schedule constraints or ensures changes are managed within established agency processes. Ensures that projects meet safety, quality, diversity and sustainability goals. Ensures coordination with all internal and external stakeholders. The Project Manager has a high level of independence, judgement, and autonomy. Assignments may require independent evaluation, analysis, selection, adaptation, and modification of standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria to successfully design and deliver assigned projects. Position works independently with limited supervision from a group manager and requires the ability to exercise sound independent judgement within established guidelines. All work is done under the supervision of a licensed professional in the State of Oregon. This is a limited-term position, scheduled to end on 6/30/2027, but it may be extended as required to support business needs.  Essential Functions 1.  Develop requirements, specifications, design criteria, engineering standards, test procedures and schematics/drawings for all aspects of rail vehicle systems and associated hardware. All design work will be performed under the supervision of a Professional Engineer, licensed in the State of Oregon.  2.  Evaluate the functional feasibility, design, and reliability of various electrical and mechanical systems, equipment, and hardware associated with existing and future rail vehicles. Review product and systems submittals for compliance with contract requirements and criteria. Coordinates with other engineers, staff, and consultants to ensure compatible designs.       3.  Administer or assist with the administration of various contracts relating to the procurement, installation, testing and start-up of rail vehicles and vehicle related systems, hardware, software and equipment. Write contractual correspondence, interpret contractual requirements, and monitor and report contractor progress. Manage scope, schedule, budget, and quality of assigned work. 4.  Oversees and coordinates contractor work to ensure proper scheduling of activities and minimal impact to on-going rail operations. Perform inspections, monitor progress, report on quality of work, and document daily progress.  5.  Witness, document and provide approval of testing of various rail vehicle systems and equipment. Assist in troubleshooting problems that occur during testing.  6.  Coordinate with rail operations on design and construction of rail vehicle improvement projects.  7.  Perform engineering analyses, write technical reports, and make recommendations, as required. 8. Represent at interagency meetings and proceedings as technical expert. Attend project meetings, prepare materials, and make presentations as necessary. Represent the Vehicle Engineering department as directed.  9. Oversee or provide contract change management per established processes including the production of fair cost estimates, cost engineering studies, and cost forecasts required to support negotiations of change orders.  10. Independently prepare technical reports, progress reports, special studies, and cost estimates as necessary.  Position Requirements A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Rail Vehicle, Structural Engineering is required.   Professional Engineer registered the State of Oregon is desired.    A Project Management Professional is preferred. Six (6) years total credited experience in Project Management or Engineering is required. Two (2) years of experience in Transportation, rail or bus transit, aerospace or automotive experience is preferred. Two (2) years of experience in large scale projects/ programs is preferred. Or any equivalent combination of training and experience. #LI-RC1
lincolnshireIllinois Direct Hire Apr 30, 2024 Construction Civil or Environmental Project Engineer Location: Lincolnshire, IL. Pay: $80k-$120k Travel:  25% around Chicago area. We are seeking a Project Engineer to provide support for a variety of civil and environmental engineering projects including groundwater extraction and treatment system design, construction and operations support, groundwater and soil remediation investigation and design, and wastewater treatment design and construction. Job Duties: Position responsibilities will include coordination with Project Manager to ensure the completion of the engineering scope within the required schedule and budget; preparation of engineering design drawings and specifications; technical report writing; field investigations/site reconnaissance; project permitting and coordination with regulatory agencies; engineering cost estimating and analysis; engineering design calculations; bid and award services; RFI and submittal review, and construction phase engineering services. Provide support for environmental projects including environmental sampling field work, data management/tabulation and analysis, subcontractor oversight, and reporting. Prepare project scopes of work and budget estimates; coordinate with team on preparation of design documents; coordinate with internal QA/QC reviewers, financial analysts, and administrative assistants. This position may require an estimated 25% travel/field work for site inspections and meetings with client site representative and construction contractors. Qualifications: B.S. or M.S. degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering with 5-10 years of experience. Illinois-Licensed P.E. certification or ability to obtain within 1 year. Excellent writing/verbal communication skills for interaction with multi-disciplinary staff, clients and regulatory agencies. Excellent organization and operations planning skills. Self-starter, detailed oriented, and finisher. Proficient using typical business software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Adobe, etc.). #LI-RC1
Baton RougeLouisiana Contract/CTH Apr 29, 2024 Construction These individuals with specific technical expertise to conduct site inspections on sites with major damage (e.g., destroyed facilities; facilities with extensive damage; facilities with significant damage to mechanical, electrical and plumbing components, etc.) to document disaster-related damage. These individuals will conduct site inspections to validate infrastructure damage and record detailed damage descriptions during the inspection to include the following additional tasks, Reviewing and analyzing professional architectural/engineering reports and designs or as-built plans.  Thoroughly documenting analyses in writing.  Developing scopes of work, including related code and standard requirements.  Validating applicant-provided scopes of work, including related code and standard requirements.  Developing and reviewing cost estimates.  Advising FEMA staff on the technical validity of claims presented under FEMA’s arbitration process.  Should arbitration hearings occur, testify as an expert witness on FEMA’s behalf. 
AlbuquerqueNew Mexico Contract/CTH Mar 7, 2024 Construction Contractor Quality Control Manager: Must have a minimum of 5 years construction related experience as a CQC on airfield projects of similar magnitude and complexity as this project. 
LincolnshireIllinois Direct Hire Feb 8, 2024 Environmental Project Geologist is responsible for task leadership, execution, and control, ensuring adherence to project scope, budget, and schedules. They serve as the field team lead on specific tasks and/or lead routine to moderately complex scopes of work under the direction of the Project Manager (PM) or Principal and Senior Project staff. Project Geologists are accountable for handling specific technical aspects of projects appropriate to the Geoscience discipline as members of multidisciplinary teams. They will balance work on multiple projects of moderate size or portions of large projects. Project Geologists are capable of technical resources and are recognized for at least one area of expertise among Weston's service offerings. Location: Lincolnshire, IL or Okemos, MI Expected Outcomes: Analyze, prepare, and present meaningful and precisely written scientific reports of field and laboratory results appropriate to the defined areas of investigation and based on collected data.  Participate in peer review of work scopes, project implementation plans, operating procedures, training, schedules, budgets, technical calculations and interpretations, and deliverables. Comply with technical specifications and standard operating procedures defined in the project scope of work. Plan, lead and be responsible for complex field and office assignments, including field investigations, sampling programs, and interpretation of data. Some travel will be required per project scope. Lead and work within a project team. Ability to perform environmental geology-related tasks in the field including monitoring well installation, soil sampling, soil and rock descriptions, groundwater sampling, and borehole logging. Work independently with periodic guidance. Clearly and accurately record and document field activities and data evaluation/interpretation. Monitor staff performance and provide input to Managers for staff promotions, transfers, and performance appraisals. Provide guidance and coaching to junior team members, as needed. Identify new technologies and techniques and evaluate their applicability and potential benefits for the company.  Coordinate field operations and data collection, with respect to schedule, field budget, and health and safety requirements. Serve as a technical lead in their area of specialty, solving technical problems with appropriate assistance from senior and principal staff. Work with team on problems of diverse scope and complexity which require sound judgment when selecting methods, analyzing data, and determining methods for reaching solutions. Ability to lead moderate to complex scopes of work and field tasks, comply with health and safety requirements and prepare health and safety plans.   Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Bachelor’s Degree in Geology, Geoscience, or a related field and have at least 6 - 10 years of related experience including sample collection, and environmental data collection.  Experience must include 3 years in assisting scoping projects and planning, leading, and performing field activities. Geologist in Training (GIT) or Professional Geologist (P.G.) License/Certification required, if available. Demonstrated ability to prepare project reports including analyze, interpret, and present data and meet deadlines outlined by project leadership. Must maintain project confidentiality of all findings, data, scopes, and assignments. Capable technical resource who handles core technical issues. Ability to prioritize tasks to meet project requirements. Familiarity with groundwater modeling and geophysics is desired. Proficiency in Microsoft Office® software, as well as various means of communication. Demonstrated strength in verbal and written communications is necessary. Demonstrated leadership and team building traits are highly preferred.  Available to travel as needed. Ability to lift 40 pounds. Ability to function in outdoor location such as active construction and/or remediation sites. Ability to walk long distances on varied terrain, climb ladders, and work at elevation. We fully invest in our people: Weston provides a generous, comprehensive benefits package program that offers employees high value options with solid financial protection, meeting the personal needs of its people and their families. Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K with base and matching employer stock contributions. Paid time includes personal, holiday and parental leave. Life and disability plans. Critical illness and accident plans. Work/Life flexibility. Professional development opportunities.
TigardOR Contract/CTH Feb 2, 2024 Administrative We are looking for talented Recruiters to support the many Contract/RPO needs we're starting to see among our many Clients. We anticipate an increase in demand for Contract Recruiters to continue through 2024, so we are building a bench of experienced candidates who are interested in being contacted for opportunities as they arise with our Clients. Please note there is a short questionnaire upon completion of an application (2 minutes!), to help determine your specific experience, location, needs etc. Upon request, we will reach out to have conversations with Recruiters that align with Clients' needs and make a selection after interviews.  A Recruiter role will include the following: Participate in full life-cycle recruiting including sourcing and identifying qualified candidates, screening resumes and assessing qualifications, conducting phone interviews, preparing candidates for interviews, pipelining candidates for future opportunities, closing candidates that are selected.  Utilizing both standard and creative sourcing strategies, identify top talent and attract candidates to our opportunities Network and build relationships with candidates at all levels. Ensure consistent communications with candidates to keep warm and maintain a pipeline for future opportunities.  Maintain data integrity within our applicant tracking system and other tools to ensure accurate reporting.  Skills & Qualifications [Who you Are] 2+ years recruiting experience Knowledge of ATS, sourcing strategies, job boards Excellent written and oral communication skills, and having a high standard of professionalism and character Experience working in a fast paced environment with ability to multi-task and pivot quickly and with ease Benefits [Why Work Here] Flux offers full medical, dental, vision (including HSA and FSA options), Holiday Pay + substantial PTO, Life Insurance, STD, LTD, virtual wellness resources, access to Employee Assistance Program, and more.  At Flux, our people are the reason for our success. Our employees are the backbone of our business, and we treat them as such. We care about helping impact careers in the long run, not just placing someone for the short term. We're excited to learn about you! #LI-AB1
LincolnshireIllinois Direct Hire Nov 30, 2023 Environmental We are hiring a Project Manager that will manage our environmental investigation and remediation business in our Lincolnshire, Il office serving primarily Industrial and State Agency clients. The Project Manager will assemble the project team, and manages the project scope, schedule, and budget to ensure Weston’s commitments and financial goals are met. The Project Manager engages stakeholders to build trust and aligns stakeholder expectations and relationships. Stakeholders are both internal and external including client groups, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and vendors.  The Project Manager leads PM development discussions at the local level, participates in the broader PM community across Weston nationally and is often a subject matter expert (SME) in a particular area. Locations: Lincolnshire, IL Responsibilities: Manages project teams by clearly communicating expectations for project requirements, scope, schedule, and budget. Manages projects that are large and complex in scope with multiple subcontractors and internal team members. Identifies project and construction management talent on projects and encourages their development and empowerment. Provides strong technical leadership and mentorship for the team Sets a common vision and enable technical team members to be successful and able to identify their goals and individual contributions to a project. Can identify and recruit appropriate Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to participate with the team. Communicates with and aligns team beyond scope of work to maximize outcomes for all stakeholders. Management and communication of project changes with the client and the project team. Consistently meets or out-performs planned project profitability and metrics (NIBT, profit margins, DSO, etc.) on projects with moderate risk. Manages quality and H&S to achieve zero accidents and ensure quality goals are met. Assists with proposal efforts, including costing and profitability planning; offers value-engineering solutions. Able to understand and articulate project scope based upon RFP and/or contract. Proactive identification of project issues and development of options for corrective action. Timely and accurate submittal of invoices. Monitoring and reporting of the status of accounts receivable and recommends appropriate action on overdue accounts. Compliance with WESTON purchasing and subcontracting requirements. Procures additional follow-on work of varying types from clients/stakeholders. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in civil or environmental engineering, or geology or environmental related degree from an accredited university. Ten (10)+ years experience in the environmental field. Five (5)+ years experience with project management. Five (5)+ years experience with construction management, observation, or administration. Preferred experience includes: Regulatory expertise in CERCLA/RCRA processes and reporting requirements. An aptitude to understand and implement state regulations (i.e., various state LUST and/or voluntary remediation programs). Demonstrated ability to develop, negotiate and lead regulatory and closure discussions. Promotes an environment where Weston team members establish relationships and build trust with their clients and stakeholder counterparts. Ability to excel at managing scope, schedule, and budget. We fully invest in our people: We provide a generous, comprehensive benefits package program that offers employees high value options with solid financial protection, meeting the personal needs of its people and their families. Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K with base and matching employer stock contributions. Paid time off to include personal, holiday and parental leave. Life and disability plans. Critical illness and accident plans. Work/Life flexibility. Professional development opportunities.