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ON-SITE PROJECT ENGINEER
This position is: Full Time
Position Location: Calcasieu Parish

The successful candidate will provide leadership for project development and execution. Deliver on commitments with respect to cost, schedule, quality and capacity. Provide single point leadership during project execution and provide support to contractors. Deliver the project scope safely and be a role model for the project process and safety goals of the client. Working on site at the client’s facility participating on engineering projects from original concept through construction and project close out, this includes working with other members of the on site Design/Engineering Team as well as other on site discipline groups within the facility.

Responsibilities:

- Manage front end development through construction and closeout

- Managing multiple project, budgets and scope changes

- Offering innovative solutions to clients through business development initiatives

- Assist with bid packages

- Capable to handle multiple projects at different phases of development at one time

- Continuous improvement by leveraging best practices and lessons learned

- Develop project execution plans, project risk registers, cost estimates, and schedules

Skills & Abilities:

- Demonstrated ability to manage other discipline groups and adhere to all safety standards.

- Must be able to go into the field to assess project requirements, climb stairs and ladders, etc.

- Strong communication skills and teamwork-oriented.

Requirements:

- Degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Civil Engineering

- Minimum 2 years of PE/PM experience, preferably on-site experience

- Experience with design, construction and technical reporting and documentation

- Client focused

- Committed to technical excellence

- Critical thinking skills for problem solving

- Strong technical writing skills

- Refinery, petrochemical, or chemical industry experience a must

- Registered Louisiana P.E. a plus

Occasionally may conduct or participate in a field trip to an operating plant or construction site to gather operating data and equipment information. This requires normal hearing, the ability to stand, walk, reach, climb and balance, clear close and distance vision, depth perception and the ability to focus. Lifting up to 25 pounds may be required.

All candidates must pass background checks, drug screening and qualify for issuance of TWIC credentials.

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