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Project Field Engineer

Position Summary: The Field Engineer will provide quality control (QC) for all construction work being performed as well as technical and administrative support on site for projects as directed. Plan, schedule, conduct and coordinate assignments while monitoring work for compliance to applicable codes, accepted engineering practices OSHA and company safety standards. 

In This Role, You Will:

  • Work closely with project management, the crew and clients to provide support and ensure work is performed safely, on time and under budget
  • Ensure all company and OSHA site safety regulations are met and enforced; assist Site Safety Officers and Technicians with accident/incident reporting and investigations to find root cause and consistently suggest improvements
  • Complete field quality control testing, prepare and manage all QC production records
  • Order materials, write purchase orders and track inventory
  • Research and resolve drawing interpretation problems, conflicts, identify errors and update “as built” drawings
  • Prepare drawings and sketches to support construction work
  • Assist with preparation of change order documentation and claim analysis including any supporting estimates, change orders and estimates
  • Ensure all installation follows the policies in the company QC Manual

What We Require:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or related discipline, previous construction experience is a plus
  • Basic knowledge and an understanding of construction equipment and techniques, drawings, specifications, building materials and surveying needed
  • Must understand the basic principles of design and model assumptions
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required to create logical reports, data reduction and graphs with a high level of accuracy; experience with AutoCAD or scheduling software is a plus
  • Ability to implement QC plans effectively
  • Completion of 40-hour Hazwoper, 10-hour OSHA safety course and/or CPR certification are highly preferred
  • Ability to travel as needed to project job sites, 60% travel

RECON team members are passionate about service, innovation and collaboration. We are constantly striving to improve ourselves so that we can better support and serve our clients. If you have a growth mindset, love a great challenge and thrive under pressure, you’re probably a great fit for our RECON team! We offer benefits to RECON employees and eligible spouses, domestic partners and children; competitive compensation, paid holidays and time off, company matched 401K and more.
We are an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a workplace free from prohibited employment conduct, including discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other legally protected status in accordance with federal, state and local laws.  Employment is subject to verification of pre-employment drug-screen and background investigation results, including driving record and criminal history.

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