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AustinTexas Contract/CTH Feb 22, 2024 Engineering Product Design Engineer - Power Location: Austin, TX. HYBRID Salary: $46/hr. Job Summary Looking for a highly motivated mechanical engineer to join the iPhone and Mac Hardware - Power & Accessories Team. You will be part of an elite team responsible for conceiving, architecting, designing, and producing exciting new products.  You will be extremely well organized and able to balance numerous program needs simultaneously. Your excellent communication and social skills will help you to quickly grasp issues, understand the details, and drive the appropriate resolution. We work in a highly dynamic environment which will require you to respond quickly to changes, manage competing demands, and find creative, dynamic solutions outside of standard convention. Key Qualifications Required • Experience in mechanical design, developing parts and assemblies in 3D CAD • Innovative thinking, high personal motivation, deep engineering capability Preferred • Experience in plastic and metal part design • Experience with design cycle from concept to high volume manufacturing • 3+ years experience in Product Design • Direct management or leadership of product development engineering teams • Unigraphics NX fluency • Expertise in the areas of: GD&T, Tolerance Analysis, Statistical Analysis, Design of Experiments, FEA, Thermal Design Education BS or MS degree in Mechanical Engineering. #LI-RC1
SherwoodOregon Contract/CTH Feb 15, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Buyer/Planner to join one of our clients in the Sherwood Oregon area. This candidate may also be asked to do some work/training at the downtown Portland office. This is a 9 month contract assignment paying $30-$35/hr.  Key Responsibilities: Respond to approved requisitions and create Purchase Orders within a timeline that meets customer expectations Lead procurement process for capital projects, including processes related to RFx, contracting, SOW Monitor PO delivery dates to ensure on-time receipt and maintain current and accurate PO information in SAP Ensure vendors comply with service level agreements and resolve issues related to shipments, defective material and discrepancies Monitor and support key strategic supplier relationships, including contract and conflict resolution Deliver best-in-class products and services with the right balance of cost control, risk mitigation and speed Provide excellent customer service to our stakeholders by working in a collaborative, plan-full and communicative manner Support the implementation and management of suppliers through effective contract management practices, supplier due diligence and supplier risk management Qualifications & Skills Required: Strong problem solving/analytical skills Costs / results focused Good written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively at all levels, and with all functions Strong analytical and execution skills with understanding of key cost drivers Strong negotiation capability which result in value-add based outcomes Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel), SharePoint and data management software (SAP preferred) #LI-CR1
OrlandoFlorida Direct Hire Feb 10, 2024 Construction Sr. Project Engineer Location: Orlando, FL Salary: $90k-$115k Flux Resources is seeking a Sr. Project Engineer/ Area Manager for projects in Orlando, Florida.  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 Full Covid-19 vaccination is recommended. Mandatory vaccinations and proof of vaccination are subject to client requirements, federal, state or local law. #LI-RC1
HoustonTexas Direct Hire Feb 8, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a motivated, technically-experienced team leader to serve as Electrical Discipline Lead based in Houston, TX for one of our clients. This is a full-time direct hire opportunity paying in the $160K range.  Job Description • Provides technical leadership for a specialty and is considered to be a fully capable professional in their field.  • Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments and related fields. Makes decisions independently on technical problems and methods, and represents the organization in conferences.  • Resolves important questions and plans and coordinates work.  • Requires the use of advanced techniques and the modifications and extension of theories, precepts and practices of the field and related sciences and disciplines.  • The knowledge and expertise required for this level of work usually result from progressive experience.  • Supervision and guidance relate largely to overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters.  • Receives direction on unusual conditions and developments. • This position will involve working with a multidisciplinary team who work together to conceive, permit, design and provide construction administration support for small and large projects. The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: • Designs power distribution systems, microgrids, lighting systems, etc. • Performs Construction Administration services, including review of shop drawings, RFI’s and review of contractor proposed change orders • Evaluates feasibility of alternative design approaches in conjunction with senior team members • Performs site/ field visits to ascertain existing conditions including equipment condition evaluations • Organizes/plans projects to ensure quality controls and project criteria are met and within budget • Assists in preparing proposals and presenting to Clients • Acts as a Deputy Project Manager assisting with workload planning • Assists with mentoring of junior staff within the Electrical Department  Requirements: Minimum Requirements : Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or related field +8 years of related experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education PE Preferred Qualifications : Proficient in SKM and electrical analysis software 10+ years of electrical systems design experience Proficiency using AutoCAD and Revit Ability to interact with others on a multi-discipline team Ability to work on multiple projects at once Good time management skills, a strong work ethic and attention to detail People management experience a plus NCEES Record Excellent Communications Skills with the ability to present designs to clients Additional Industry Certifications such as LEED AP or CEM Flux Resources is seeking a motivated, technically-experienced team leader to serve as Electrical Discipline Lead based in Houston, TX for one of our clients. This is a full time direct hire opportunity paying in the $160K range.  Job Responsibilities  • Provides technical leadership for a specialty and is considered to be a fully capable professional in their field.  • Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments and related fields. Makes decisions independently on technical problems and methods, and represents the organization in conferences.  • Resolves important questions and plans and coordinates work.  • Requires the use of advanced techniques and the modifications and extension of theories, precepts and practices of the field and related sciences and disciplines.  • The knowledge and expertise required for this level of work usually result from progressive experience.  • Supervision and guidance relate largely to overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters.  • Receives direction on unusual conditions and developments. • This position will involve working with a multidisciplinary team who work together to conceive, permit, design and provide construction administration support for small and large projects. The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: • Designs power distribution systems, microgrids, lighting systems, etc. • Performs Construction Administration services, including review of shop drawings, RFI’s and review of contractor proposed change orders • Evaluates feasibility of alternative design approaches in conjunction with senior team members • Performs site/ field visits to ascertain existing conditions including equipment condition evaluations • Organizes/plans projects to ensure quality controls and project criteria are met and within budget • Assists in preparing proposals and presenting to Clients • Acts as a Deputy Project Manager assisting with workload planning • Assists with mentoring of junior staff within the Electrical Department  Requirements: Minimum Requirements : Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or related field +8 years of related experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education PE Preferred Qualifications : Proficient in SKM and electrical analysis software 10+ years of electrical systems design experience Proficiency using AutoCAD and Revit Ability to interact with others on a multi-discipline team Ability to work on multiple projects at once Good time management skills, a strong work ethic and attention to detail People management experience a plus NCEES Record Excellent Communications Skills with the ability to present designs to clients Additional Industry Certifications such as LEED AP or CEM #LI-CR1
MinneapolisMinnesota 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: Twin Cities Area, Minnesota 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.
HonoluluHawaii Direct Hire Feb 7, 2024 Construction Site Safety and Health Officer We are looking for Safety Professionals to support our construction and environmental programs. The Site Safety and Health Officer will serve as a technical resource with demonstrative experience regarding OSHA, state, USACE, EPA, other legislative bodies, and industry standards of practice. The Site Safety and Health Officer is responsible for the day-to-day implementation of project specific Health and Safety Programs.  They act as a liaison between their Project or Technical Managers and the subcontractor and client.  This is a field project position that will require extensive travel to project sites.  Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Essential Skills (documented experience): Bachelor’s degree or nondegree candidate with 5 years continuous safety experience  Minimum of 5 years continuous construction/HTRW safety experience In-depth knowledge and experience implementing projects covered by USACE EM385-1-1. Direct experience supporting high risk work such as: excavation, scaffolding, confined space entry, demolition, fall protection, hazardous energy control/LOTO, crane lifts, electrical work, construction/heavy?equipment, and respiratory protection. Experience in environmental investigations, remediation, or similar HTRW (Hazardous, Toxic, & Radiological Wastes) projects Must be able to demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office; to include Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Software Suite.  Share point, web pages and virtual meetings.  (Teams, Zoom, Skype, etc.) Familiarity with using Accident Prevention Plans and Site Safety & Health Plans OSHA 30 Hr Construction Safety Training within last 5 yrs. 40 Hour HAZWOPER, current 8 Hour refresher, and 8-hour HAZWOPER site supervisor training.  Preferred Skills: Experience supporting asbestos abatement projects is preferred. Experience with electrical safety is desired. Experience with worker exposure assessment and/or Industrial hygiene is desired. BCSP Certification (CHST, ASP, CSP) is preferred, but not required. DoD Security Secret Clearance or the ability to obtain one is preferred. Must be certified in Red Cross First Aid, CPR, and Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP), or able to obtain. Experience delivering and preparing safety training content.  Construction Quality Manager (CQM) experience and certifications.  Expected Outcomes Serve as the onsite team Site Safety & Health Officer for various civil, HTRW, and other USACE projects and establishes excellent working and professional relationships with clients, their representatives, and the field teams. Work with the Superintendent to deliver effective daily safety talks utilizing content that is relevant to the day’s activities. Generate and ensure all project documentation (including, but not limited to Daily Reports, Safety Audits, Safety Meetings, Accident Investigations, Safety Data Sheets, Safety Training, and Medical Surveillance records) is maintained and available onsite. Ensure all personnel have the appropriate safety and health training and equipment required by the task, regulatory agency, or client. Provides effective coaching regarding safety matters that brings about behavior that is both safe and productive. Assist with the development and submission of Notice of Incident Report preparation, and review. Develop and review Accident Prevention Plans, Health and Safety Plans, Activity-Task Hazard Analysis, and other associated safety planning documents. Monitor assigned projects to assure compliance with agreed upon Health & Safety plans. Conduct site and project health and safety audits to assure compliance with corporate programs. Perform Health & Safety reviews and facilitate regulatory and client required safety training.  Manage and direct incident/mishap reporting and subsequent investigation, root cause analysis, and corrective action support.  Coordinate and provide technical support regarding medical surveillance and other associated safety program requirements. #LI-AL1
La GrandeOregon Direct Hire Feb 3, 2024 Engineering Civil Engineer We are looking for a highly motivated project engineer to join our 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. 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-RC1
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
Santa FeNew Mexico Contract/CTH Jan 30, 2024 Construction General Planner Location: New Mexico Salary range: $45-48/hr. Deployment: ASAP - Extremely organized. - Ability to work with data. (Tracking and analysis) - Excellent verbal and written communication.
HonoluluHawaii Direct Hire Jan 25, 2024 Construction Overview:  The Construction Quality Control Manager performs site quality control oversight of contractors conducting construction for DoD federal projects. He/she always maintains quality control on the site. He/she documents all project activities to ensure all project stakeholders remain informed throughout the project field effort. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • High School Diploma plus minimum 10+ years’ experience in construction/quality control related program management, including 5 years of DoD related construction/quality control experience. • Must be able to travel abroad for extended periods of time to support field activities at worldwide locations if needed. The following certifications are preferred but not required: • Quality Control Management (QCM) Course (USACE or Navy) • Read and interpret plans and specifications. • Complete daily/weekly field reports with photos using Microsoft Office. • Strong verbal communication skills. Expected Outcomes: • Evaluate personnel actions and shutdown field activities when quality is compromised in accordance with approved plans. • Conduct/facilitate daily meetings with field team and facilities personnel as needed. • Responsible for the on-site quality control program implementation and control activities. • Act as liaison with the project manager, owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and/or internal departments on quality related matters as required. • Assist with material and project plans submittals process. Ensure compliance with contract documents and specifications. • Record quality control activities on daily logbooks. Provide detailed photographic documentation of work performed, and draft/submit daily activity reports. Benefits:  • Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K with base and matching employer stock contributions. • Paid time off includes personal, holiday and parental leave. • Life and disability plans. • Critical illness and accident plans. • Work/Life flexibility. • Professional development opportunities. #LI-AL1
multiple options Direct Hire Jan 25, 2024 Engineering Flux Resources is seeking a Construction Site Manager to join one of our clients full time. This is a direct hire position paying in the $90K-$120K range.  The role of the DoD Site Manager is to perform site management tasks related to construction on federal sites. 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. Locations: Diego Garcia Base, below Sri Lanka | Honolulu, HI – Pearl Harbor | Japan - Hachinohe and Sasebo Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:              High School Diploma plus minimum 10+ years of DoD related construction program management.              Ability to manage and lead multiple subcontractors and employees.              Must be able to travel abroad for extended periods of time to support field activities at worldwide locations if needed.              Complete daily/weekly field reports with photos using Microsoft Office.              OSHA 30-hour training, HAZWOPER and USACE/NAFAC - CQM Required.               Certified in Red Cross First Aid/CPR              Prefer candidate is familiar with USACE EM 385-1-1               Direct experience in supporting excavation, heavy equipment inspection, scaffolding, electrical safety, confined space entry rescue, and demolition are desired.              Strong verbal communication skills.              Able to meet time sensitive deadlines and carry out multiple priorities simultaneously. Expected Outcomes:              Communicates with client daily regarding project schedule/progress.              Perform all aspects of DoD construction projects, as necessary.              Implement cost effective and labor effective schedule for all personnel and subcontractors.              Perform all project assignments safely, in a technically appropriate and cost-effective manner, and within established schedules and budgets.              Manage internal teams, subcontractor crews, and schedule as required. Evaluate personnel actions and shutdown field activities when health and safety or quality is compromised in accordance with approved plans.              Conduct/facilitate daily meetings with field team and facilities personnel as needed.              Act as liaison with the project manager, owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and/or internal departments on technical, safety, and quality related matters as required.              Assist with material and project plans submittals process. Ensure compliance with contract documents and specifications.              Provide detailed photographic documentation of work performed, and draft/submit daily activity reports.
RedmondOregon Direct Hire Jan 25, 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-RC1
LincolnshireIllinois Direct Hire Jan 17, 2024 Engineering 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-AL1 #LI-HYBRID
EdisonNew Jersey Direct Hire Jan 17, 2024 Environmental Seeking a Health and Safety Manager for a complex Federal contract that includes time-critical emergency responses to site-related environmental issues, including disaster/emergency response, and environmental investigations and remedial alternative analysis. This person oversees the health and safety program under a Federal (U.S. EPA) contract. This person assures the contractor's compliance with OSHA requirements, including but not limited to, 29 CFR 1910.120.  This person establishes and approves health and safety SOPs, develops, reviews, and approves site specific health and safety plans, and conducts field audits. Demonstrates experience in field sampling and analysis using OSHA, EPA, NIOSH and ASTM methods, is experienced with decontamination and or mitigation methods and toxicology and has the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. This position oversees Health and Safety aspects of the following contract/program work scope areas: •Environmental/Hazardous Material Emergency Response/Rapid Mobilization •Air Monitoring/Sampling •Mobile/Transportable Laboratories •Fixed Analytical Laboratory •Environmental Field Investigations/Assessment •Engineering •Geological/Geotechnical Assessments •Aquatic Investigations The successful candidate will be responsible for leading and overseeing all aspects of Health and Safety program for a complex environmental investigation and emergency response contract, including field environmental investigation activities; environmental, waste and chemical sampling in all levels of PPE; environmental emergency response; fixed chemical laboratory operations; DOT compliance for CDL and related activities; and other related activities. This individual must be able to respond to National environmental, chemical and oil emergencies on a 24/7/365 basis. Location: Edison, NJ.  This is a full-time, in-person position.  This position requires a Federal background check and Security clearance, or ability to obtain a Security clearance, for access to Federal facilities and requires compliance with a Federal drug-free workplace.   Education and Experience: This position requires a minimum of a B.S. Degree and 14 years of experience in the development and implementation of a Health and Safety program as required under 29 CFR 1910.120/ 40 CFR 311 and other OSHA and EPA applicable guidance documents related to health and safety. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Experience with Federal (CERCLA, OPA, RCRA, TSCA) environmental programs Experience with environmental, chemical and oil spill emergency response Ability to manage overall health and safety for complex and multifaceted investigation and remediation projects Responsible for developing, reviewing and implementing program-level safety and health programs and site-specific health and safety plans Provide technical health and safety assistance during field investigations (soil, groundwater, surface water, and sediment sampling; emergency responses; waste sampling; etc.) Analyze and interpret data information from sources such as field instrument readings, laboratory analyses, Safety Data Sheets, and provide appropriate health and safety recommendations and oversight Provide oversight and advice regarding issues such as laboratory waste management, investigative derived waste management, OSHA compliance, and related issues Ability to respond 24/7/365 to releases of oil and hazardous materials Nationally, and provide technical assistance Plan and lead health and safety program(s) for site-wide environmental investigations, chemical laboratory operations, DOT programs, and environmental response activities   Preferred Skills: Field instrumentation.  Proficient in the use of various air monitoring and multi-media sampling instruments.  Abilities include calibration of field instruments, implementation in field, and interpretation of results. Familiarity with the Incident Command System (ICS) 100-800.  Completion of ICS courses a plus. 40-Hour HAZWOPER Able to work in Levels C/B/A PPE Able to perform IATA and DOT Dangerous Goods Shipping Experience overseeing laboratory compliance/waste management and DOT Fleet Management a plus. Radiation safety experience is a plus. #LI-GT1  
Wichita FallsTexas Direct Hire Jan 17, 2024 Engineering Duties: • Complies with guidance provided in Air Force Instruction 32-1023, Design and Construction Standards and Execution of Facility Construction Projects, in addition to specific contractual guidance, in the accomplishment of design services. Prepares facility project designs to account for all known conditions and constraints, to allow for maximum flexibility, and to ensure adherence to all building codes, regulatory laws and safety standards as contractually defined. • Maintains responsibility for electrical requirements of all projects except Military Construction (MILCON) and projects designed by other agencies in accordance with base support agreements. Provides functional and technical design reviews, coordination and support for MILCON and projects designed and executed by other. Reviews out-sourced or sub-contracted design and engineering requirements for accuracy and completeness. • Identifies and validates project design requirements with all project team members and applicable external organizations (safety, security, etc.) and the end user to further refine and coordinate project requirements and criteria identified during project programming. Coordinates completed design process with the end user. • Completes design analysis in conjunction with fellow engineers on staff, for all elements of facility projects including but not limited to electrical, mechanical, civil, structural, lighting, communication, architectural, and environmental issues. Provides comprehensive conceptual design, schematic design and design development addressing all known aspects of the work affecting functional requirements, material performance and system selections. • Prepares and maintains project design documentation that accurately tracks design sequence and rationale of design decisions, parametric cost estimates for various design phases, decisions on building materials and other pertinent project information. Provides statement of work and cost estimates for work to be performed by the privatized electrical distribution contractor. • Provides necessary construction documents (drawing, specification, cost estimates and other required documents) using automated tools such as Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD), word processing, spreadsheet and other applicable automated systems. • Works closely with USAF contracting personnel to ensure requirements supporting USAF-contracting procured construction and renovation projects are expressed accurately and comprehensively in design documents and that work is accomplished to a high-level quality. Participates in meetings as required by Engineering Branch leadership to review project design and construction issues with USAF Contracting, contracted Construction management and construction contractors as applicable and facilitates solution. • Participates in meetings and development of facilities project priorities within the Asset Management Plan (AMP). • Works closely with and provides electrical engineering expertise if required to Civil Engineering Operations’ Maintenance Engineering and Planning Section in the review of contractual energy/utility management requirements. • Ensures accurate and timely updates of master facility drawings and infrastructure maps. Obtains and provides on-going updates of as-built drawings and real property records of base real property facilities and infrastructure. Maintains and provides centralized storage of as-built drawings, construction drawings and specifications for AFB projects as well as a search and inventory catalog file for all CADD and Geographic Information System GIS) files. • Performs other duties and assigned in accordance with contractual, functional and mission requirements. Education/Experience Requirements: • BS Electrical/Engineering Degree • Eight (8+) years' Electrical Engineering experience • Professionally Registered Engineer (PE) and Capable of obtaining Texas PE  • Familiarity with USAF civil engineering processes/procedures is highly desirable. • Ability to work independently. #LI-GT1
Wichita FallsTexas Direct Hire Jan 17, 2024 Engineering Duties: • Develop plans & designs for installation of systems, utilization of facilities, or construction of structures that comply with programmed scope and costs. Determine work classification of project scope and work with contract programmer on issues arising from such determinations. • Collaborate with drafting section to have detailed plans and construction documents drafted. Prepare detailed statements of work for construction projects. • Confer with customer/supervisor to determine project details, such as scope of work, timing of work, phasing requirements, plan preparation, acceptance issues, special conditions, or other matters. • Participate in the contract solicitation process, bid review, award, and pre-work activities. Assure contract documents (e.g. signed drawings, purchase requests, submittal listings, etc.) are promptly prepared, executed and delivered. • Provide input to the base Community Planner in development of the General Plan. Collaborate with the Community Planner, Planner/Programmer and shop craftsmen in developing long range infrastructure plans. Provides expertise in prioritization of work in preparing those plans. • Determine material quantities, labor requirements and other factors, and such information in preparing detailed, accurate projections of construction costs. Prepare documents presenting costs for use in programming projects, preparing budgeting plans, and assessing validity of contractor bids. Education/Experience Requirements • Bachelor of Science Degree or higher in Civil Engineering, Professional Engineer (PE) Licensure in Texas either by examination, reciprocity, or examination results within 60 days. • Able to qualify for and maintain a Government CAC card with necessary background checks. • Five (5) years' design experience in basic structural analysis, grading, airfield and street improvements, hydrology & hydraulics and underground utilities preferred. • Supervisory Responsibilities • May be required to supervise 2-3 other engineers in a multi-discipline engineering design. #LI-GT1
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.
Puget Sound RegionWashington Contract/CTH Apr 19, 2023 Construction Do you like the working with the trades? Do you like to coordinate projects?   We have a Skillbridge internship in Bellevue, Tacoma, Seattle or Everett where you can learn how to be a Construction Manager. This internship is ~90-120 days [we have flexibility on internship duration] and previous experience or knowledge are not necessary.   As a Construction Manager, you will serve as the owner’s representative, often managing a team of professionals to monitor and oversee field work performed by contractors and specialty subcontractors for our clients.      What You'll Do Pre-construction roles including constructability reviews, estimating, and schedule reviews Manage contractor conformance to plans and specifications during construction Conduct contract administration functions on multiple simultaneous projects Proactive in identifying project delivery issues and works to resolve those issues Will act as the lead and supervisor for other construction engineers and inspectors   Who You Are Self-starter, leadership abilities and mentoring aptitude Basic computer skills in Word and Excel Ability to effectively work independently as well as with client representatives, contractors and peers Ability to effectively multitask, prioritize and track construction through completion Clean driving record A major plus for any of the following Heavy construction experience with Highways, Bridges, Paving, and Utilities Knowledge of WSDOT Specifications and Construction Manual WSDOT contract administration experience WA Professional Engineer (PE) license or ability to obtain within one year Experience with administration of Federal aid and WA Local Agency contracts     Why Work Here Learn a new skill or enhance your current skills with training by the best engineering consulting firm in the Pacific NW Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals Potential office locations include: Tacoma, WA; Seattle, WA; Bellevue, WA; Everett, WA At the end of the internship, if you are converted to a full-time employee, you will receive the following benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution Support for continuing education and training opportunities Paid Time Off (PTO)/Holiday Pay 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) Holistic Wellbeing Program Potential for salary to be at 6-figures in less than 5 years   Locations: Tacoma, WA; Seattle, WA; Bellevue, WA; Everett, WA
VancouverWashington Contract/CTH Apr 19, 2023 Engineering Do you like to fix things and troubleshoot? Do you like boats and working on high-tech equipment? We have a Skillbridge internship available in Vancouver, WA for you to learn how to maintain marine equipment. This internship is ~90-120 days [some flexibility on internship duration] and previous experience or knowledge are not necessary. You will work with specialized hydrographic and marine geophysical instrumentation systems performing inspections, diagnosis, minor repairs and maintenance of equipment including managing small fabrication projects. Act as the point of contact for field staff regarding equipment and instrumentation.   What You'll Do Evaluate, setup, install and maintain marine instrumentation and equipment systems Repair and maintenance of vehicles, vessels and maintain systems for immediate deployment Maintain inventory, monitor shipments and maintain logs Manage vessel, trailer and vehicle records, track licensing, annual inspections, certifications, and assist in managing safety and compliance Occasionally conduct field work in offshore, coastal and inland marine environments   Who You Are MUST be Active Duty Military within 180 days of EAS/ETS Strong mechanical, analytical and trouble-shooting aptitude Adept at communicating, both written and verbally Eager to learn with a strong work ethic and accountability Ability to walk and work on boats in the water Not required, but a plus for experience with marine electronics, electrical wiring, maintaining engines and/or boats, driving large vehicles and trailering boats NOTE: Must be fully vaccinated for Covid   Why Work Here Learn a new skill or enhance your current skills with training by the best engineering consulting firm in the Pacific NW Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals At the end of the internship, if you are converted to a full-time employee, you will receive the following benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution Support for continuing education and training opportunities Paid Time Off (PTO)/Holiday Pay 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) Holistic Wellbeing Program   Location: Vancouver, WA
Puget Sound RegionWashington Contract/CTH Apr 19, 2023 Construction Do you like the working in the trades? Do you like making sure work is done to specification? We have a Skillbridge internship where you can learn how to be a Construction Inspector. This internship is ~90-120 days [we have flexibility on internship duration] and previous experience or knowledge are not necessary.   This position will provide on-site construction inspection and documentation for transportation projects, including observation of construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications, preparation of required contract documentation, and following prescribed Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) procedures, as well as providing assistance and support for design projects.     What You'll Do Monitor progress of construction work on roadway, highway, and bridge structure projects Inspect, document and verify project is constructed in conformance with contract plans and specifications Maintain accurate inspector daily records of the work Communicate with contractors, owners, construction managers and other stakeholders Prepare field note records for construction progress payments   Who You Are Clean driving record Basic computer skills in Word and Excel Ability to effectively work independently as well as with client representatives, contractors, the public, as well as peers Ability to effectively multitask, prioritize and track construction issues through completion A plus if you have any construction experience, especially working on roadway, bridge and highway projects [but definitely not required]     Why Work Here Learn a new skill or enhance your current skills with training by the best engineering consulting firm in the Pacific NW Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals Potential office locations include: Tacoma, WA; Seattle, WA; Bellevue, WA; Everett, WA At the end of the internship, if you are converted to a full-time employee, you will receive the following benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution Support for continuing education and training opportunities Paid Time Off (PTO)/Holiday Pay 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) Holistic Wellbeing Program Potential for salary to be at 6-figures in less than 5 years     Locations: Tacoma, WA; Seattle, WA; Bellevue, WA; Everett, WA
PortlandOregon Contract/CTH Apr 19, 2023 Construction Do you like the working in the trades? Do you like making sure work is done to specification? We have Skillbridge internships where you can learn how to be a Construction Inspector. This internship is ~90-120 days [some flexibility on internship duration] and previous experience or knowledge are not necessary. This position will provide on-site construction inspection and documentation for transportation projects, including observation of construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications, preparation of required contract documentation, and following prescribed Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) procedures, as well as providing assistance and support for design projects.   What You'll Do Inspect, observe and document project is constructed in accordance with contract documents Maintain accurate daily record of the work (labor, equipment, materials, and quantities) Communicate with the Construction Manager, Project Engineer, or other field engineering staff Assist in developing design projects for construction Calculate quantities and produce sketches in excel, CADD, or by hand   Who You Are MUST be Active Duty Military within 180 days of EAS/ETS Ability to work effectively and efficiently with clients, contractors, the public as well as peers Effectively multitask and prioritize and track construction issues through to completion Proficiency in basic math as well as basic computer Ability to obtain ODOT inspector certifications within 12 months by taking training classes Adept at communicating, both written and verbally Eager to learn with a strong work ethic and accountability Not required, but a plus for experience with construction or inspection/QA/QC in any field   Why Work Here Learn a new skill or enhance your current skills with training by the best engineering consulting firm in the Pacific NW Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals At the end of the internship, if you are converted to a full-time employee, you will receive the following benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution Support for continuing education and training opportunities Paid Time Off (PTO)/Holiday Pay 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) Holistic Wellbeing Program   Locations: Portland, OR or Salem, OR
PortlandOregon Contract/CTH Apr 19, 2023 Engineering Are you an outdoorsy-type who loves to solve problems? We have Skillbridge internships available at multiple locations for you to learn Land Surveying. This internship is ~90-120 days [we have some flexibility on internship duration] and previous experience or knowledge are not necessary. Surveying offers a balance between working outdoors and working with technology, which includes GPS, robotic total stations, drones, and laser scanners. The field work is complementary to office survey technology involving CAD and GIS based mapping.   What You'll Do Reduce survey data, performing calculations, copying and filing of survey data Work as a member of a survey crew performing boundary, topography, ALTA, right of way, and construction surveys Operation and maintenance of survey equipment, taking field notes, data collection and performing calculations    Who You Are MUST be Active Duty Military within 180 days of EAS/ETS Someone who enjoys being outdoors Ability to walk and work on varying and unfinished terrain Eager to learn with a strong work ethic and accountability Basic computer skills Clean driving record required (no more than 3 accidents and/or moving violations in the last 36 months OR 2 accidents and/or moving violations within the last 12 months)   Why Work Here You will learn what surveying is, what is to be expected on a project from field to finish, data processing, drafting and the technology used in surveying Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals At the end of the internship, if you are converted to a full time employee, you will receive the following benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution Support for continuing education and training opportunities Paid Time Off (PTO)/Holiday Pay 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) Holistic Wellbeing Program   Locations: Portland, OR; Everett, WA; Bellevue, WA; Tacoma, WA; Woodinville, WA; Spokane, WA; Coeur d’Alene, ID; Boise, ID; Pocatello, ID; and Denver, CO