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Hermit PeakNew Mexico Contract/CTH Jul 17, 2024 Management Flux Resources is seeking a Group Leader - Claims Manager to join one of our clients in the Hermits Peak area of New Mexico. This position is a contract role.  Job Responsibilities Overall resource management, supervision, and policy implementation and enforcement for employees who are deployed to a disaster and are working within a FEMA organizational chart at the client site. This includes ability to lead and work effectively with others, deliver constructive and honest feedback, and effectively communicate to team and/or supervisors in open and timely manner. Understanding and managing team to work within the contractual scope, schedule and budget, including financial management and reporting requirements. Management of conflict of interest for the work being performed at disaster location. Employee staffing, including backfills and assisting with new hire orientation training and logistics. Assist in resolution of employee questions, problems and complaints in partnership with Human Resources and Client. Management of employee resources and training needed to deliver quality work in a safe and healthy working environment. Using data to track and manage workloads to meet client deadlines and to report progress in a timely manner. Requirements: Bachelor's degree. 10 years of related experience. Domestic and/or international travel may be required. The frequency of travel is contingent on specific duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position, which may vary depending on workload and project demands. Previous experience with disaster recovery or insurance adjusting preferred Claims Experience preferred Equivalent additional directly related experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. #LI-CR1  
PortlandOregon Contract/CTH Jul 15, 2024 Information Technology Flux Resources is seeking a Network Engineering Coordinator to join one of our clients in the Portland Oregon area. This is a contract position paying in the $38-$40 an hour range.  Job Details:  Assist with special assignments by director of IT related to IT goals within the department Coordinate with external business partners to include: Delivery scheduling Resource scheduling On-site supervision Provide Project Coordination for all small projects: Schedule Scope Budget All projects close out documentation (as-builts) for use by Operations SSDWAN Tech refresh Data centers Resource Centers Help plan Microwave refresh Radio infill Facilities enhancements WLAN expansion Infrastructure deployments and refreshes SmartNet renewals Work with the team to pull info from SolarWinds and then with partners to ensure renewals are accurate and prudent Project scoping Help with scoping new project requests Help develop BOM and line up partners Scheduling for internal and external resources Work with vendors to ensure remote sites are documented for cabling, rack layout, power, etc., and escalate any deficiencies   Help with receiving orders to ensure they are accurate Assess current inventory Coordinate with partners for disposal of equipment Travel for directed tasks is required though frequent travel is not expected Serve as the primary point of contact on all project issues, needs, and concerns Schedule and coordinate the necessary resources to support the project Complete Change Request (CR) documentation as required; and obtain signed CRs for mutually agreed upon changes #LI-CR1  
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH Jul 15, 2024 Engineering IT Field Service Engineer 3 Location: Atlanta, GA Pay range: $38-$41/Hr. Contract: 12 Months Day to day activities:   Provides day-to-day technical support to employees for network infrastructure and internal desktop systems software and hardware. Installs, configures and troubleshoots desktop systems, workstations, servers and network issues in a heterogeneous environment. Maintains passwords, data integrity and file system security for the desktop environment. Communicates highly technical information to both technical and nontechnical personnel. Recommends hardware and software solutions, including new acquisitions and upgrades. May participate in development of information technology and infrastructure projects. May conduct training programs designed to educate an organizations computer users about basic and specialized applications. Description: • Support day-to-day operations and provide customer support. • Install, configure, support, and maintain hardware and operating system solutions.  • Placing hardware orders, asset management.  • Basic back-up tape operator duties. • Define and implement core system hardware and operating system solutions.  • Define, in conjunction with Business Groups and IT Engineering Team, functionality required to support business strategies.  • Create system documentation, testing, training, and post-deployment assessments.  • Communicate changes to client environment, policy, and project testing to the IT Team.   Maintain systems.  • Maintain systems with the current Windows PC OS, and software, firmware patches, and upgrades.  • Maintain standards of operations, such as inventory, naming standards, and configurations.  • Communicate system status and coordinate maintenance activities. • Monitor the environment for potential system issues and resolve appropriately.  • Adhere to the change management process for any planned maintenance, or when potential issues are identified.  • Provide IT training and orientation for new team members. • Ensure the operational health (Security, Availability, Performance, Interoperability and Reliability) of Micron’s core computing resources.  • Adhere to Micron’s established processes and policies. • Provide basic conference room and AV support. • Continually work to improve operations.  • Identify service improvement opportunities.  • Adhere to established service and operational level agreements.  • Evaluate and test new software for compatibility with the computing environment.  • Provide system security and access.  • Partner with service providers and other IT teams to maintain user accounts, login scripts, user profiles, group additions, and renames.  • Adhere to Micron’s security policies for all managed services.  • Respond to automated notifications regarding noncompliance of client systems. #LI-RI1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH Jul 15, 2024 Engineering Software Engineer II - Data Scientist   Location: Cupertino, CA  (Hybrid) Pay range: $50-$56/Hr. Contract: 10 Months   Key Qualifications:   •      1-2 years as data scientist or machine learning engineer.   •      Working knowledge and experience with big data.   •      Familiar with machine learning algorithm and capable to use proper metrics to evaluate model results.   •      Proficiency developing machine learning solutions using Python and its associated ecosystem — numpy, pandas, TensorFlow, PyTorch, etc.   •      Experience working with large-scale time series data processing and image recognition pipelines is a good plus.     Job Description:   •      Deliver high quality analytic insights from a large data warehouse, especially time series data.   •      Implement Deep Learning algorithms in time series data and computer vision.   •      Experience working in a cloud-native environment such as AWS.   •      Demonstrated abilities in problem formulation, algorithm design, and model building, including statistical analysis and evaluation.   •      Compare the results of predicted values and actual values, based on historical data availability.   •      Drive development of data products in collaboration with data scientists and analysts. Automate reporting where possible to make team more efficient   •      Maintain software traceability through GitHub     Education:   MS or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Software Engineer, Data Science,  Machine Learning, Statistics, Operations Research or related field.   #LI-RC1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH Jul 15, 2024 Engineering CAD Engineer Location: Cupertino, CA Pay range: $85/hr. - $94/hr. Contract: 6 Months Summary We want your help creating prototype hardware systems needed to study the customer experience for future Apple products! We are looking for someone with excellent design and fabrication skills, a deep attention to detail, and clear written and verbal communication to collaborate with a diverse group of cross-functional partners. Key Qualifications A history of bringing new ideas to life via the use of first principles analysis, CAD tools, and a combination of machining, additive manufacturing, and softgoods prototyping processes. Sketching and free body diagrams will be meaningful communication tools, and judicious use of GD&T and tolerance analysis will be expected. Mechanical design experience should include designing fixtures, prototypes, test platforms, characterization, and proof of concept hardware. Proficiency in Siemens NX, Rhino, or other similar CAD packages is expected, along with the use of basic machine shop equipment, hand tools, and soldering equipment to build and modify hardware prototypes. Description On this team you will apply a mix of technical and creative skills to quickly design and build mechanical prototypes. We maintain discipline, safety, communication, and organization in a fast paced lab environment, and establish trust-based relationships with product design teams throughout Apple, helping them quickly identify the best design path. Examples of the kind of work we do are:   •   Designing and assembling modular/configurable hardware to fit the user population •   Designing and assembling custom hardware for each user •   Designing and assembling mass and center-of-mass representative study prototypes •   Designing anthropometry-based test fixtures for characterization efforts   Education & Experience Minimum: BS in Mechanical Engineering or a similar technical field, with 3-5 years of CAD experience. #LI-RC1
LongmontColorado Contract/CTH Jul 10, 2024 Engineering SSD Hardware Engineer Location: Longmont, CO Pay: $69-$74/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
LongmontColorado Contract/CTH Jul 10, 2024 Engineering Test Engineer 4  Location: Longmont, CO Pay range: $56/hr. - $60/hr. Contract: 11 Months Our team vision is a continuing desire to develop your skills working in an inclusive diverse environment of multicultural Teams across worldwide geographies! Enabling the creative career path, you deserve with a collaborative environment, and groundbreaking technology while rapidly growing your abilities. Our Opportunity Summary : As a SSD Firmware Test Engineer in the Enterprise Solid State Drive (SSD) group, you are taking up the role for validating various Frontend, Flash Translation and Backend algorithms and concepts used in SSDs, create firmware verification plan, develop them in python to ensure SSD protocols are followed and SSD algorithms are correctly implemented. You will use white, gray and black box testing methodology to fully validate firmware functionality during firmware development process. You will test the firmware in a variety of environments including simulation, FPGA prototyping, and on prototype hardware. You will be part Firmware Test Engineering (FTE) team which is involved in validating firmware functionality for new high-performance mass storage SSD controllers. FTE team will verify firmware design, functionality, reliability, and performance requirements of Solid-State Drives for the enterprise market. You can expect to work closely with engineering project management, fellow firmware test engineers, firmware/test developers, other validation teams and system hardware design engineers to solve cross-functional design issues. What’s Encouraged Daily • Create comprehensive firmware verification plan for various Flash Translation Layer algorithms & protocols and other algorithms used in enterprise SSD. • Knowledge as NAND management algorithms, SSD Front End, Security, Flash Translation Layer and Back End algorithms. • Developing Grey/white-box/black-box oriented testing methods to verify and validate firmware product. • Analyze failures from the weekly regression and root cause the issue which requires SSD domain expertise in this field. • Manage Test development, test execution, test automation and reporting. • Communicate challenges, solutions and mitigation plans to various teams and management, using outstanding communication of technical and non-technical subject matters. • Participate in code reviews and guide team for the comprehensive coverage and right architecture. • Establishing working relationships with firmware development engineers to improve code quality. How to Qualify • Minimum bachelor’s in electrical engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science plus 5 to 7 years of relevant industry experience, Masters in these fields is preferred. • 5+ years of relevant experience in the field of SSD firmware testing and/or development • 5+ years of experience in SSD or NAND Flash development industry • Experience in code development using Python or C/C++ • Deep understanding of Flash Translation Later algorithms • Deep understanding of Storage industry protocols such as PCIe, NVMe, ONFI, USB etc. • Deep knowledge of Agile development, GIT development flow, Branch management and tools • Good understanding of test automation, testing methodologies and test tools. • Familiarity with automated build, continuous integration, and test automation systems • Genuine passion for improving the quality of our products. • Highly organized, creative, motivated, and passionate about achieving results. ???????#LI-RC1
RichmondVA Contract/CTH Jul 10, 2024 Construction POSITION OVERVIEW The QA/QC Associate is responsible for implementing a quality control plan for the CSA general construction activities as well as MEP equipment and system commissioning related activities. The QA/QC Associate will meet with the HITT team and client to develop a list of project specific features of work (FOW’s). They will conduct the appropriate preparatory and initial QC meetings and inspections to ensure compliance with the quality control plan and track deficiencies and non-conformance issues through completion. Responsibilities · Participate in the Planning Phase of the QC program by meeting with the QCS Team, Project Manager and Superintendent to align project expectations for the Quality Control Program (QCP) · Develop Preparatory and Initial Phase meeting agendas and inspection templates for each Civil, Structural, and Architectural (CSA) and Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) FOW · Execute four phases of control (Planning, Preparatory, Initial and Inspections) for each CSA and MEP FOW with the subcontractors, vendors, and client(s) and perform all required meetings · Inspect all CSA materials against the approved submittals for compliance · Document and track all QC documentation including all required CSA third party inspections and test reports through BIM 360, Procore, or other required software · Manage subcontractors QCP participation requirements for the three phases of control · Collect and audit all FWT reports and ensure that all issues found during the FWT have been resolved prior to the equipment being shipped · Assist with the development of all required MEP/QC checklists for L2/L3 activities on BIM 360 or other required software · Assist the Site MEP Manager with document control for the MEP QC-Cx Process through BIM 360 or other required software · Assist the QC/Cx Team with Inspecting incoming MEP equipment for submittal compliance, noting any damages, and that they are properly stored · Assist the MEP team to perform MEP equipment inspections throughout the QC/Cx process up to equipment lockout and energization (L3) and fill out required BIM 360 checklists · Assist the HITT QC/Cx team on the field to ensure all MEP QC equipment testing and inspection activities are being executed according to code and specification requirements · Audit all MEP QC/Cx inspections, tests and documented activities for completion, accuracy, and that all required documents are provided · Perform various site walkthroughs and report any issues or deficiencies through BIM 360, Procore or other required software in addition to notifying the HITT’s Site QC Team · Ensure that our subcontractors and vendors execute effective and timely corrective actions on all quality related deficiencies · Audit daily reports, deficiency logs, test/inspection logs and all other quality documentation for program compliance · Ensure that all MEP equipment is protected upon arrival and during installation · Ensure safe work practices are being implemented across the QC program · Develop final punch list and oversee the project closeout process · Ensure that all punch list items are resolved on the field on a timely basis · Track and maintain the referenced specifications for the various equipment and trades. · Monitor the completeness of various project tracking matrixes per the contract requirements · Attend all QA/QC related meetings including meetings with the client and HITT’s onsite team · Provide daily activity reports to QC and MEP managers and participate in MEP and Cx related meetings when requested Qualifications · Bachelor’s or Masters’ degree in mechanical or electrical engineering or equivalent project related experience · Certification with the Army Corps of Engineers- Construction Quality Management for Contractors (Does not have to be active) · OSHA-30 Certification is required · Proven track record with executing the Quality Control Process · Exceptional knowledge with the MEP discipline including mission critical electrical, mechanical and building monitoring systems (BMS) systems · Exceptional knowledge with the Cx process and reviewing test and inspection documentation · Proficient knowledge of building codes, NFPA-70E, and the NEC · Professional attitude and passion for QA/QC · Exceptional with Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook) · Excellent written, verbal and computer skills are required · Proficient with the use of the following software based on project requirements: BIM-360, Procore, Compass, CxAlloy and others
PortlandOregon Direct Hire Jul 8, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking two Engineering Services Managers (ESMs), one who will primarily oversee the engineering staff, capital projects, and capital maintenance work on the County's six WIllamette River Bridges (four of which are movable bridges that open for river traffic) and one to primarily oversee the engineering staff, capital projects, and capital maintenance work on the County's 269 miles of urban and rural roads, 23 small bridges, and 1,690 culverts in Troutdale, Wood Village, Fairview, on Sauvie Island, in the west hills, and the areas around Corbett. Both ESMs will be expected to support each other and the other managers in Transportation, share staff, and at times, manage projects in both programs to ensure the overall success of the Transportation Division. As an ESM within our Transportation Division, you will plan, organize and supervise professional engineering design, construction and project management functions for the County's Road or Bridge program in a manner that is consistent with the stated values and priorities of the County Board of Commissioners and the Department of Community Services. In your work you will develop and implement projects within the County's Capital Improvement Programs for the road system and the Willamette River Bridges; plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of staff engineers and engineer technicians involved with multiple & simultaneous multimillion-dollar engineering design and construction projects. In addition, you will build and maintain constructive and cooperative relationships with other agencies, support Transportation Maintenance with the development of engineering solutions for a variety of maintenance needs, and coordinate with Transportation Planning to respond to public inquiries and develop capital project grant applications. This is a working manager position, so your desire to work hands-on in many complex projects is essential. TO QUALIFY: We will consider any combination of relevant work experience, volunteering, education, and transferable skills as qualifying unless an item or section is labeled required. Please be clear and specific about how your background is relevant. For details about how we typically screen applications, review our overview of the selection process page. Minimum Qualifications/Transferable Skills*: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in an engineering discipline such as civil, electrical, traffic, mechanical, geotechnical or structural Three (3) years of responsible engineering experience Two (2) years managing road or bridge design and construction projects One (1) year leadership or supervisory experience Possession of a valid driver license Professional Engineer certification in Oregon. If registered in another state, must be able to obtain Oregon PE through reciprocity within six (6) months of accepting position Preferred Qualifications/Transferable Skills: You do not need to have the following preferred qualifications/transferable skills to qualify. However, keep in mind we may consider some or all of the following when identifying the most qualified candidates. Please clearly explain on your application how you meet any of the following preferred qualifications/transferable skills. Master's degree in engineering Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including advanced skills in public speaking and community engagement Thorough knowledge of mathematical, physical and engineering sciences: thorough knowledge of Federal, State and local statutes, codes, regulations and safety requirements involving road, fixed bridge or movable bridge design and construction.  Thorough knowledge of principles, practices, and procedures of road, culvert, fixed bridge or movable bridge design and construction activities.  Experience managing multimillion dollar capital projects during planning, design, and construction to ensure schedule, quality, and budget.  Ability to effectively supervise projects and assigned resources to ensure contracts are properly executed and completed.  Ability to effectively plan, supervise and review preliminary and final plans, specifications and estimates.  Ability to effectively apply a strategic planning process in establishing and meeting objectives.  Ability to understand and recognize errors and omissions in plans and/or contracts; resolve errors and seek solutions in a timely professional manner.  Ability to select, supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff while cultivating a positive and connected work atmosphere.  Ability to lead through collaboration, team building, mentoring, and coaching, and model this leadership style for others. #LI-CR1  
PortlandOR Direct Hire Jul 8, 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 carson.raz@workwithflux.com #LI-CR1  
PortlandOR Direct Hire Jul 8, 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.  #LI-CR1  
DohaAd Dawhah Direct Hire Jul 3, 2024 Construction Job Details Job Detail - Location: DOHA, QATAR Job Detail - Reports to Position: Senior Task Order Manager Disclosure This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the company. Overview The PM shall have the authority to commit the Contractor’s financial resources, and act as the single point of contact with the Government, as required to meet the overall requirements of the LSS-D Contract. Under the supervision of Senior Task Order Manager as applicable, The Project Manager is responsible to the Senior Task Order Manager for the day-to-day operational execution of all Program functions. Project Manager is responsible for overall problem resolution, planning, execution, and leadership of Program forward functions. Responsible for budget for the Task Order project and profit/loss responsibilities. The Project Manager must demonstrate exemplary management and leadership capabilities, especially in the areas of collaboration, team building, talent development, fiscal and human resources management, and process improvement. The Project Manager respects and responds to the Voice of the Customer (VOC); leads the Program team to the highest level of execution of the Statement of Work (SOW); and insure the alignment of the Program with the vision and goals of the Customer and Vectrus. He/she may be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the major areas of Program Management, Quality Control, Safety, HR, Finance, Contract Management, Logistics, ESH, Fire Department, Air Traffic Control, Supply, Badging and Screening, Food Service, Laundry and Fuel Service Operations. The Project Manager interfaces directly with prime contractor leadership at all levels in the location for mission accomplishment and problem resolution. Manages and directs engineering/operations on a major Program task project, or manages multiple IDIQ tasks, providing necessary project management and leadership to assure technical, cost, and schedule deliverables.   Major Job Activities     This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the program or company.   Responsible for maintaining a safe workplace and ensuring safety is the highest priority in the workplace. Comply with all Environmental & Safety and Quality Assurance requirements and goals. Provide information and materials to these divisions as necessary to ensure adequate and legal documentation. Responsible for managing, monitoring, and tracking services. Acts as the Contractor’s representative ensuring that all task order requirements are met. Responsible for allocating and managing staff resources according to changing needs Identify problem areas to resolve issues and respond to mission requirements to perform task order requirements. Plan and manage projects. Control resources; monitor staff proficiency and qualifications; monitor the locations and activities of assets; and coordinate the flow of information to and from staff and USG representatives. Performs other duties as assigned. Material & Equipment Directly Used Personal computers using Microsoft Office Suite of Applications (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), printers, and other forms of office equipment.     Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Education: A bachelor’s degree in business administration, Management or related field. Advanced degrees such as a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or related field can be advantageous. Certifications: Relevant certifications for this position is a Project Management Professional (PMP). Clearance: Must possess a Secret Security Clearance. Citizenship: U.S. Citizenship Required Valid US Passport A valid driver's license and the ability to obtain a U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator's License and a host nation Driver's License is required Experience: Significant experience in life support services and/or logistics management with a minimum of 15 years at the PM or Deputy PM level. Minimum of 5 years of experience within the last 10 years providing such services to large facilities or operations greater than $10 Million in annual operations. Experience, particularly in the range of $100 Million or more is highly desirable. Supervisory/Budget Responsibilities: Responsible for the Task Order's Budget - Profit and Loss. Responsible for overall management of all people and programs assigned to the Task Order. Skills: Leadership Skills: Proven leadership abilities with a track record of effectively managing teams and projects to successful outcomes. Experience leading multidisciplinary teams and fostering a collaborative work environment is essential. Financial Management: Proficiency in budgeting, cost control, and financial analysis, with the ability to manage a large budget effectively and ensure cost-efficient delivery of services. Experience with financial reporting, forecasting, and risk management is valuable. Excellent planning and organization ability Strong organization skills with the ability to manage multiple large complex project Experience Leader and Mentor with superior delegation skills Thorough Knowledge in contract management including production of Scopes of Work, Budgets, Schedules, contract development, bidding-award, contract administration Knowledge of US military operations and contracting support in a contingency environment is desired. Significant experience in project development and implementation management, including planning, budgeting, scheduling, forecasting, developing, and implementing policies Sound civilian/military management background displaying the ability to staff, organize, lead, and manage a diverse work force greater for large multi-national workforce Strong leadership skills with ability to effectively lead teams and influence others. Working Conditions: Duties will involve the conduct of work in the outdoors with a potential exposure to extreme climatic conditions including frequent dust storms, and high temperatures; up to 130F degrees in the summer months, as well as extreme cold areas of the world such as the Korean peninsula. Potential exposure to chemical or biological agents could exist. Employee use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in certain areas is required. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision and hearing protective devices. Physical Requirements: Light work. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for sedentary work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for light work. Work may require heavy lifting, stooping, climbing, prolonged standing, prolonged sitting, and working with or in areas where a potential could exist for exposure to physical, chemical, or biological agents. Employee use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is required for some situations. PPE includes, but is not limited to, head, foot, torso, respiratory, vision, and hearing protective devices. Must comply with all Fire and Safety Regulations and post policies.
Several Locations Direct Hire Jul 2, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking CAD Designers/Technicians to join one of our clients on a fulltime Direct-Hire basis. Our client is looking for CAD Designers/Technician in each of the following locations: Denver, Corvallis, Portland, and Spokane Job Requirements: Associates of Science degree in CAD Drafting or Engineering is preferred or a Certificate in Drafting & Design 3+ years drafting and design experience in the electrical power industry or related field dealing with electrical equipment, panels, and conduit/wiring is preferred. Candidates should have a solid understanding of drafting techniques, computer-aided engineering/ computer-aided drafting (CAE/CAD) software functions and electrical engineering terminology. The ability to communicate well, develop innovative solutions and be knowledgeable about substations, transmission and distribution lines is a benefit Knowledge and experience with AutoCAD (AutoDesk), Civil3D, and MicroStation (Bentley). Knowledge of Inventor, Substation Design Suite, and PLS-CADD is highly desirable Candidates should have the ability to complete basic mathematical calculations Specific Screening Questions: Job Description Develop electrical schematic and wiring drawings including single- & three-line diagrams, relay and control schematics, communication diagrams, and panel wiring diagrams Develop plan drawings including site plans, substation electric plans, foundation plans, conduit plans, grounding plans, and fence plans Develop detail drawings including grounding, conduits, conduit and cable tray layouts, and panel elevations Develop bill of materials and schedules including cable and conduit schedules Create drawings for electrical enclosures, equipment, instruments, and installations details Plan, detail, and schedule work and final delivery of drawings Outline, set up, organize, and maintain project drawings according to applicable standards Perform site visits to create sketches, red lines, and gather information for as-builts Perform design coordination, drawings reviews, and create mark ups #LI-CR1  
LongmontColorado Contract/CTH Jul 2, 2024 Engineering Firmware Engineer 3 Location: Longmont, CO Pay range: $58-62/hr. 12 Month Contract Description: As a Firmware FA Engineer in the Solid State Drives (SSD) group at Micron Technology, you will develop firmware functional integration activities that ensures the firmware subsystem meets the quality, functional, and performance requirements required at each integration landmark in the product development lifecycle, develop and deliver a functional integrity test process that is capable of continuously improving pre-integration firmware quality, perform failure analysis on Firmware issues and determine root cause for Enterprise Solid State Drives products. This role also involves designing automated solutions to exercise firmware functionality, verify reliability, endurance, and performance requirements of Solid State Drives for the enterprise market. You can expect to work closely with fellow firmware test engineers, firmware developers, system hardware design engineers, product engineers, Flash memory design engineers, and production engineers to solve cross-functional design issues. As needed, you will verify design using a variety of verification methods, including simulation, FPGA prototyping, and product testing. Your focus will be on firmware quality in the system and the target application, develop new test tools and methods. Using analysis equipment or software, you will demonstrate the effective analysis of functional or performance issues with the firmware and hardware in test environments or target host systems. Responsibilities includes, but not limited to: • Perform failure analysis on NVMe SSD Firmware issues and determine root cause. • Understanding SSD FW and test algorithms and architectures. • Project specific hardware bring up and maintain, support team members with specific HW and tools configurations and qualifications. • Develop automated test procedures and infrastructure to improve coverage and efficiency. • Coordinate with project teams for all FA related activities. • Complete all assignments on time with good quality, proactive communication of Challenges/Risks. • Participate in SCRUM meetings and update progress of all assigned activities. Technical and other Requirements: • Proficiency in SSD firmware design using assembly, C, and C++ programming, Python scripting. • Proficiency in object-oriented design and architecture for re-use • Ability to define and document sound architectural documents and models. • Knowledge of storage systems, Flash memory, and device drivers (preferred) • Knowledge of storage interfaces such as ONFI, NVMe, PCIe. • Proficiency in debugging in an embedded firmware application. • Proficiency in using development tool chains targeted for embedded processor. • Experience in test equipment such as oscilloscopes and logic/bus analyzers. • Ability to analyze complex SSD firmware and hardware issues. • A high level of skill in problem re-creation and trapping. • The ability to find creative solutions to difficult problems. • A high level of self-motivation, and dedication • The ability to work well on a team based in different worldwide locations. • The ability to multitask effectively in fast-paced environment. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. • Hands-on experience in firmware development and verification, system failure analysis, and problem solving. #LI-RC1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH Jul 2, 2024 Engineering Test Engineer IV Location: Cupertino, CA or San Diego, CA (Onsite) Pay: $81/hr. 12 Month Contract Job Summary: We believe new ideas have a way of becoming exceptional products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish! This is an opportunity to work on the forefront of Battery Management Systems where you will help to develop and manufacture future BMS technologies! Are you ready to work with a talented team of engineers in a collaborative and cross-functional environment? The ideal candidate has a background in high-volume manufacturing test development for consumer electronic assemblies.   Key Qualifications: 3+ years of experience developing electronics or manufacturing test equipment for mass production products with an understanding of testing techniques needed to test mixed signal (analog and digital) modules such as battery packs. Produced detailed and rigorous work emphasizing simple and elegant solutions for mass production. Self-starter with excellent time management skills and visionary spirit who relies on data to support technical decisions.   Job Description: The battery manufacturing test engineering group(BMTE) within the Battery Management Systems organization is a critical and highly collaborative team that creates existing and future manufacturing technologies and processes. We work with the new product introduction team where you will be helping to create and introduce new battery designs into high-volume manufacturing for Apple’s world class devices. The ideal candidate should be able to - Develop end to end testing strategies and drive to continuously improve the world class manufacturing test processes. - Design manufacturing test processes from SMT through systems integration at FATP. - Learn test best practices and drive development and implementation of test and tester. - Collaborate with contract test vendor to ensure manufacturing equipment meets the metrology requirements. - Develops world-class manufacturing sites at our vendors to manufacture and test battery pack components. This includes printed circuit boards, PCB assemblies and battery packs. - Owns testing specifications for complete test coverage of design features utilizing data-driven methods and accuracy analysis techniques. - Identifies manufacturing trends and needed future manufacturing capabilities. - Establishes strong, structured, and consistent FA processes at vendor sites providing analysis and data from ORT (ongoing reliability), NPI and field returns.   Education: BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent. MS preferred.   Additional Requirements: Potential to travel to suppliers and manufacturing facilities (unlikely, but possible to travel to Asia once). Experience with battery core technologies or battery management systems is a plus (hardware, software and firmware). #LI-RC1
San JoseCalifornia Contract/CTH Jun 27, 2024 Engineering Software Development Engineer Location: San Jose, CA (Hybrid) (Possibly remote) Pay: $52.40/hr. Contract: 6 Months Not able to offer Sponsorship No C2C Working as an engineer in the MBU Systems Architecture Group, you will be part of a team working on next-gen Memory & Storage solutions, establishing the competitive advantage of the Micron parts or identifying the areas of improvement to stay ahead of the competition, you will contribute to the development of new architectures and products using Micron’s next generation Memory/Storage solutions for Micron’s Mobile Customers.  Role and responsibilities: •    Understand the LPDRAM state machine and develop the hardware models for DRAM features and the related validation test bench. •    Develop memory controller models, including request scheduling, address mapping… etc., to enable new DRAM features. •    Develop the automation test scripts using Python to improve the overall simulation methodologies. •    Develop new DRAM technology changes per the spec and the state machine and the validation test bench. Qualifications:  •    Bachelors/master’s degree in Electronics and/or Computer Engineering or Computer Science or related field and familiar with Computer Architecture. •    Experience with C/C++ or Python, prefer both. •    Excellent written and verbal communication skills with an ability to collaboratively work with many varied teams. •    Proven ability to work in a dynamic, multi-tasked environment. Preferred Skills: •    Experience with SystemC/Gem5 or TLM frameworks is a plus. •    Experience with Power and Performance Analysis is a bonus. •    Familiar with debugging interfaces debugging interfaces such as GDB, and PDB. •    Understanding of the Mobile SOC system and Android system is a plus. •    Understanding and experience in system Benchmarking and multimedia applications is a plus. •    Knowledge of DRAM memory controller architecture, including LPDDR protocols, is a plus. #LI-RC1
PortlandOR Contract/CTH Jun 25, 2024 Engineering Flux is currently representing our client, an established utility company based in the Pacific Northwest to find a Station Design Engineering (Engineering level 1 or 2). This position is located in Portland, OR. (hybrid role, 3 days in office) Pay range: $45-$52/hr  Position Summary:   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 our clients large commercial and industrial meter sets, district regulating stations, telemetry sites, 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.   Position Responsibilities:   Oversees design engineering, planning, coordination, and monitoring of projects related to large commercial or industrial customers, district regulators and regional stations.  Provides cost analysis of alternatives to determine cost effective installation practices. Responsible for special projects and technical studies from planning to final completion. Provides design and project management expertise for our clients large commercial or industrial customer meter sets, regulating stations, telemetry sites, slip-on flange inspection program, atmospheric corrosion inspection program, and special projects.  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 ongoing efforts to promote standardization, including technical writing, research and drafting of standards, specifications and procedures. Assists in preparing budget, analyzing costs/benefits; continuously evaluates cost reduction and revenue enhancement opportunities. This position may require travel.   Position Qualifications:   Requires a bachelor's degree in engineering, preferably mechanical or civil engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience. Engineering (Level 1) requires 1-3 years of experience Engineering (Level 2) requires 3+ years of experience Ability to register as a Professional Engineer (PE) is highly desired.  (not required) A minimum of 1 year of experience in construction-related work required or utility construction/installation.  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: federal pipeline safety rules, American Public Works Association, construction standards, and OSHA regulations. Ability to communicate effectively with employees, government representatives and contractor personnel on technical matters governing construction projects. Ability to analyze budget reports and construction summaries.  Ability to develop new construction approaches and procedures. #LI-CR1  
BoiseIdaho Contract/CTH Jun 24, 2024 Engineering Network Engineer 2 Location: Boise, ID Pay: $33/Hr. Contract: 12 Months Description: Operates company's internal data communications systems. Plans, designs and implements local and wide-area network solutions between multiple platforms and protocols (including IP and VOIP). Supports/troubleshoots network issues. Lead installation of items as routers and switches. Works on project implementation. Provides training and assists with proposal writing. Requirements: Knowledge of network automation tools and techniques. Experience with VXLAN. Intermediate knowledge of Cisco ISE and WIFI. 3-5 years of experience #LI-RC1
CupertinoCalifornia Contract/CTH Jun 20, 2024 Engineering Materials Lab Technician Location: Cupertino, CA (Onsite) Pay: $43/hr. Contract: 6 Months Job Summary Our SoftGoods Materials lab is seeking an engineering technician with an aptitude for fast-paced, hands-on testing and characterization. You will work closely with our engineers to evaluate the properties of materials that go into our products, such as textiles, nonwovens, laminate structures, leathers and adhesives. Applicants should have a solid grasp of chemistry, physics and mechanical testing and be able to utilize common sense and critical thinking to solve complex problems.  We encourage anyone who is passionate about sustainability and the environment, building relationships, developing technical skills, and approaching problem solving with curiosity and imagination to apply. We value people with a desire to learn new skills and a mindset that challenging questions are opportunities for insight. To that end, we are committed to professional development across all aspects of materials and communication, with mentorship and training opportunities both within and outside. Responsibilities and activities for this position include the following: • Perform test set-up, sample preparation and data collection in accordance with test standards. • Perform preliminary data analysis and create Keynote slides with initial conclusions, where appropriate. • Manage, calibrate and maintain operating procedures for test equipment. • Collect data on materials in our library and input into our organization’s database for use by materials and mechanical engineering. • Conduct data entry/transfer from TDS sheets into database, where possible. • Fabricate fixtures and equipment as needed. Write programming scripts when necessary. • Assist with lab maintenance and equipment upkeep on occasion. Key Qualifications • Experience laboratory testing and measurement equipment, such as load frames (e.g. Instron), calipers, or microscopes, as well as sample preparation for similar testing • Strong drive and passion to provide accurate data with attention to detail, and ability to execute sometimes very-repetitive manual test procedures • Hands-on experience with analytical chemistry tools (FTIR, DSC, TGA, DMA, TMA) is a plus • Proficient in using Excel, Keynote and basic word processing • Comfort working both independently and collaboratively on tight deadlines in a supportive environment • Ability to juggle multiple projects for several customers in a given week • Strong verbal and written communication skills. Education and Experience: • Associates or higher degree in chemistry, physics, engineering or related scientific/technical field • Minimum of 5 years of lab experience required #LI-RC1
Nationwide Contract/CTH Jun 13, 2024 Finance / Accounting FEMA Public Assistance - Forensic Accountant  Location: Hermits Peak, NM Contract Flux Resources is seeking Forensic Accountants to assist with a FEMA a disaster recovery efforts. Our client is in need of Forensic Accountants who can deploy to the Hermits Peak region of New Mexico. This disaster recovery effort is related to fires that hit the area. This is a contract assignment that would require you to be on-site in New Mexico. Hotels, flights, and car rental as needed would be covered/reimbursed. Candidates will also get per diem for meals. Must have: Forensic Account experience CPA (preferred) Experience with business interruption #LI-RC1
United States, Nationwide Contract/CTH Jun 12, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking Electrical Engineer Mid's and Seniors for FEMA PA Tac 5 assistance.  Are you a pro at turning chaos into order? Do you thrive in the eye of the storm, ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way? If so, then listen up! We're on the lookout for superheroes to join our team and support FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) program. If you're ready to be the backbone of disaster recovery efforts, apply now and let's make a difference together! Benefits: Free Health Insurance Options 401k 2 Weeks PTO 11 Paid Holidays Per Diem/Travel Expenses Rental Car Primary duties and responsibilities: FEMA will require 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.  #LI-CR1  
United States, Nationwide Contract/CTH Jun 12, 2024 Engineering Are you a pro at turning chaos into order? Do you thrive in the eye of the storm, ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way? If so, then listen up! We're on the lookout for superheroes to join our team and support FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) program. If you're ready to be the backbone of disaster recovery efforts, apply now and let's make a difference together! Benefits: Free Health Insurance Options 401k 2 Weeks PTO 11 Paid Holidays Per Diem/Travel Expenses Rental Car Primary duties and responsibilities: Evaluate damaged facilities and infrastructure and formulate Project Worksheets (PWs) to include damages, a scope of work and cost estimate for repair or replacement of infrastructure. Assist local government agencies and other Program-eligible entities in the preparation of grant applications for the restoration of a variety of damaged public infrastructure to include roads, bridges, buildings and utilities. The work includes site assessments of disaster-damaged infrastructure, documenting damages and restoration scopes of work, and formulating cost estimates   Knowledge, skills, and abilities: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Architectural Engineering from an accredited university EIT or Licensed Professional Engineer strongly preferred Minimum of 2 years of full-time professional experience with MEP projects Experience writing FEMA Project Worksheets and knowledge of FEMA Public Assistance program laws, policies and regulations preferred. Working knowledge of building, codes, standards, and ADA requirements Experience preparing engineering or construction cost estimates; RS Means experience a plus Must have excellent verbal and technical writing skills Proficient with MS Office Suite applications (Word, Excel) Must be able to work in team environment #LI-CR1    
Nationwide Contract/CTH Jun 12, 2024 Engineering Posting Title: FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Structural Engineer Are you a pro at turning chaos into order? Do you thrive in the eye of the storm, ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way? If so, then listen up! We're on the lookout for superheroes to join our team and support FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) program. If you're ready to be the backbone of disaster recovery efforts, apply now and let's make a difference together! Benefits: Free Health Insurance Options 401k 2 Weeks PTO 11 Paid Holidays Per Diem/Travel Expenses Rental Car Primary duties and responsibilities: Review required forms and photographs to determined necessary scope of work. Coordinate with other technical specialists and project team to ensure they have all documentation. Optimize procedures and maintain communication and focus. Maintain, track cases assigned and provide input where necessary in the data management information system. Review project work sheets prepared by FEMA. Review cost estimates prepared by FEMA. Keep Task Force and Project Leads informed on issues, problems & resolutions. Excellent customer service skill set, ability to listen and facilitate work to cost estimate. Knowledge, skills, and abilities: Strong analytical skills, licensed Structural Engineering Experience in sector or prior management experience is preferred. Prior experience FEMA preferred. Strong organization skills required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills #LI-RC1
Nationwide Contract/CTH Jun 12, 2024 Engineering Posting Title: FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Civil Engineer Are you a pro at turning chaos into order? Do you thrive in the eye of the storm, ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way? If so, then listen up! We're on the lookout for superheroes to join our team and support FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) program. If you're ready to be the backbone of disaster recovery efforts, apply now and let's make a difference together! Benefits: Free Health Insurance Options 401k 2 Weeks PTO 11 Paid Holidays Per Diem/Travel Expenses Rental Car Job Description: FEMA will require 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: Working knowledge of Emergency Management Mission Integrated Environment (EMMIE), eGrants, and Public Assistance Grants Manager for all previous completed and ongoing Section 406 mitigation projects and activities preferred. Technical specialists shall provide technical expertise to evaluate debris operations and emergency protective measures. The specialists are preferred to have a full working knowledge of FEMA PA program guidance as well as PA Alternative procedures program for severe storms, floods, and tornadoes. Technical specialists shall act in the capacity of Debris Specialists, assisting with the coordination of debris removal activities, the coordination of debris monitors, the evaluation of debris removal issues. The Technical Specialists shall interface with applicants and ensure that other debris removal activities are being conducted appropriately. 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 #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 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
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
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
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