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(STEM) Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Aerospace Engineers

Perform engineering duties in designing, constructing, and testing aircraft, missiles, and spacecraft.

Salary Breakdown

Aerospace Engineers

Average

$99,590

ANNUAL

$47.88

HOURLY

Entry Level

$74,690

ANNUAL

$35.91

HOURLY

Mid Level

$98,910

ANNUAL

$47.56

HOURLY

Expert Level

$123,130

ANNUAL

$59.20

HOURLY


Current Available & Projected Jobs

Aerospace Engineers

325

Current Available Jobs

1,250

Projected job openings through 2024


Sample Career Roadmap

Aerospace Engineers


Top Expected Tasks

Aerospace Engineers


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Aerospace Engineers

Common knowledge, skills & abilities needed to get a foot in the door.

KNOWLEDGE

Engineering and Technology

KNOWLEDGE

Mathematics

KNOWLEDGE

Design

KNOWLEDGE

Physics

KNOWLEDGE

Computers and Electronics

SKILL

Critical Thinking

SKILL

Reading Comprehension

SKILL

Science

SKILL

Active Listening

SKILL

Writing

ABILITY

Written Comprehension

ABILITY

Problem Sensitivity

ABILITY

Deductive Reasoning

ABILITY

Inductive Reasoning

ABILITY

Information Ordering


Job Opportunities

Aerospace Engineers

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Lakeside, AZ 85929
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Tempe, AZ 85281
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Phoenix, AZ 85021
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Tucson, AZ 85718
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Whiteriver Construction    Scottsdale, AZ 85256
     Posted about 2 hours    

    EMPLOYER STATEMENT:

    Whiteriver Construction is a great place to work! We are a team oriented company that rewards employees for outstanding performance and contributions. Our employees have the opportunity to work at an industry leading firm as recognized by Forbes Magazine in their February 2011 edition as well as work in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. The White Mountains offers an abundance of natural beauty, history, culture, adventure, and recreational opportunities as well as a wonderful lifestyle

    ABOUT WHITERIVER CONSTRUCTION:

    Whiteriver Construction is a general contractor that provides construction management and design/build services for public (Federal, State, and Tribal), and private clients in the Southwest. We have had the opportunity to work on and successfully complete "landmark" projects including two projects at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the world famous Monument Valley Visitor Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt School Renovation at Fort Apache, a historical site rich in history and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are one of the top construction companies in the Southwest as featured in Forbes Magazine in 2011 and consistently ranked as one of the largest contractors in the southwest by ENR Magazine.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      * Understand and review contract documents, plans, specifications, addenda, owner s contract and subcontracts and monitor all for compliance.
      * Assist PM/Superintendent in preparing and maintaining project schedule over the course of the project.
      * Assist in the award of subcontracts, create and negotiate Subcontract Scopes of Work.
      * Distribute contract documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions.
      * Create purchase orders.
      * Preparing complete, accurate and timely submittal logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications.
      * Assist project managers with review of submittals for compliance with contract specification
      * Receiving approved submittals from Architect or Engineer and coordinate with the Project Superintendent to ensure materials arrive timely.
      * Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of referenced correspondence include, but not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values, project schedule, request for information s, transmittals, submittals, and monthly project progress reports.
      * During Construction Phase, proactively manage project to achieve quality, schedule, budget and safety.
      * Attend all construction meetings and prepare and distribute meeting minutes
      * Attend site inspections and create and distribute deficiency and punch list and track through completion
      * Support Project Manager with monthly job cost reporting and updating budget cost projections
      * Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers. Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications and/or schedule.
      * Assist with preparation of quantity takeoffs and estimates and help define scopes of work and price change orders.
      * Help prepare and submit change order requests for approval.
      * Responsible for timely completion of all required project close-out documents per contract.
      * Maintain a complete and current set of As-Built drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents to include all approved change order requests, addenda, field orders, clarifications, correspondence and field conditions.
      * Address and research all field issues as they occur; issue RFI s to Design Team as necessary
      * Support Project Manager in preparation of monthly pay applications for owner and subcontractor billings
      * Support Estimator with bid and proposal preparation and obtaining subcontractor pricing

    QUALIFICATIONS:

      * Five (5) years or more of experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity as a Project Engineer
      * A four-year Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related field or equivalent experience.
      * Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities, groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
      * Good oral and written communication skills
      * Good organizational skills
      * Advanced level computer skills (MS Office) and scheduling software
      * Experience working on Indian Reservation for Indian Tribes preferred
      * Experience working for federal government entities, preferably the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Army Core of Engineers, and/or National Park Service
      * OSHA 10 Hour Certificate

    BENEFITS:


    * Paid Holidays
    * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    * 401K Retirement with employer matching contribution
    * Three (3) weeks paid time off (PTO)
    * Annual bonus based on profitability


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Berens Demo Account    Scottsdale, AZ 85257
     Posted about 2 hours    

    Project Engineer II

    Project Engineer is responsible for the successful execution of construction work in accordance with company s contractual obligations, Required Project Standards and company policies and assisting the Project Manager where applicable.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:


    * Assure that all site work is done safely and within IIF guidelines.
    * Establish and maintain positive customer relationships.
    * Review and understand the complete scope of a contract. Review plans, specifications, and other contract documents pertaining to the project.
    * Assist in tracking of cost for equipment, material, labor, subcontracts, and miscellaneous costs such as field services, rental equipment, tools, expenses, taxes, etc. for feedback in accordance with standard company procedures.
    * Attend project kickoff meeting and peer review meeting (where applicable) with Project Manager and team.
    * Assist, develop and track a project schedule including trade manpower loading for the project. Provide input for the owner/general contractor s schedule to assure access to perform our work in a most expeditious and productive manner.
    * Assist in establishing field offices as required.
    * Assist and direct trade planners in the development of shop drawings and coordinate the planning efforts with other trades.
    * Assist to help schedule material purchases including reviewing purchase order to insure material meets contract specifications.
    * Develop the piping, plumbing, and/or sheetmetal trade construction standards for projects with our planners.
    * Communicate to Operations/Project Manager the project schedule, manpower loading, and the labor cost control unit and dollars for the project. Review and discuss these items with the supervisors on a regular basis.
    * Assemble, review and transmit vendor and subcontractor material and equipment submittals for distribution to the contractor, architect, or engineer for review and approval. Schedule and track this information through approved software.
    * Assist and calculate progress invoices, assure positive cash flow , reduce retention cost as soon as contract documents allow, and collect payments.
    * Assist and review revised contract drawings and documents for changes. Estimate, submit, and negotiate all changes in cost with contractor or owner.
    * Maintain AS BUILT records and drawings (Progress Drawings).
    * Control and track project costs on a weekly basis. Make adjustments and book proceed and change orders (as per company standard).
    * Prepare a commissioning schedule that includes pressure test, system cleanings, equipment checkout and start up, system balancing, and owner training.
    * Prepare documents for contract close out. Prepare and deliver warranty letter with the operations and maintenance manuals

    Requirements


    * 2+ years experience
    * Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
    * Excellent organization skills
    * Solid knowledge of the construction process
    * Good computer skill set
    * College degree (preferred)


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Commercial Construction Project Engineer
    Loven Contracting    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
     Posted about 2 hours    

    The Project Engineer is responsible for the coordination of the complete construction and administrative requirements of the various bid packages, organizing the complexities into a management system that will establish, monitor, and follow up on each vendor s compliance, and orchestrating the information flows needed for each component and system to be incorporated into the project within the necessary time frames for the project schedule. Understanding time constraints and documentation requirements is essential for a project engineer.

    Position- Commercial Construction Project Engineer

    FLSA Classification-Exempt, Salaried, Full-time

    Compensation- at an amount commensurate with experience. Benefits include but are not limited to: full health care benefits for employee (plus spouse and covered children) with premiums paid by the company, 9+ company paid holidays annually, paid time off/sick leave, profit sharing, pension plan, paid community service hours and continuing education benefits.

    Reports to-Project Manager

    Job Description

    Summary

    The Project Engineer is responsible for assisting the Project Manager with the coordination of the construction and administrative requirements of the various bid packages, organization and monitoring of vendors compliance, and orchestration of the information flows of projects. Understanding time constraints and documentation requirements is essential for a project engineer.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    Assist Project Manager with establishing, maintaining, conducting, and policing detailed procedures for the submittal, review, coordination, approval, and distribution of shop drawing, samples, RFIs, etc. in compliance with project specifications


    * Assist Project Manager with establishing and maintaining all project engineering files relating to subcontract and bid package records, plans, specifications, changes, clarifications, and as-built documents
    * Assist Project Managers with determining the appropriateness and preparing subcontractor change orders to be processed
    * Attend on-site meetings and generate and distribute weekly meeting minutes
    * Assist with coordinating and distributing weekly project schedules
    * Overnight travel, as required
    * Perform other related duties as assigned.

    Essential Skills/Abilities/Functions


    * Regular, consistent, and prompt attendance
    * Excellent verbal, written, and computer communication skills
    * Strong ability to track projects in the company software, including invoicing, scheduling, filing, RFIs, COs, meeting minutes, etc.
    * Good commercial and residential plan and specifications reading skills, including mechanical, electrical, and plumbing scopes
    * Proficient with Microsoft Office Suites and PDF programs and able to utilize these programs to accomplish duties and responsibilities above.
    * Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail so can manage multiple projects at once
    * Excellent time management skills with the ability to meet established deadlines
    * Ability to organize and maintain material orders per a schedule
    * Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    * Strong knowledge of contracts and how to implement the information while projects progress
    * Ability to prioritize tasks
    * Ability to maintain working relationships with subcontracts and clients
    * Ability to coordinate with designers, utility companies, and other agencies
    * Thorough understanding of or the ability to quickly learn about the projects being worked on
    * Valid driver s license with a good driving record as determined by our insurance company guidelines

    Education and Experience


    * At least 1 year of related work experience
    * Bachelor s degree in a related field, preferred
    * experience in health care construction, beneficial

    Physical Requirements


    * Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
    * Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. at times
    * Must be able to navigate across uneven terrain when at construction job sites
    * Must be able to navigate the use of ladders when at construction job sites

    This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.

    Loven Contracting, Inc. does not discriminate, hire, discharge, promote, or demote in matters of compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment against any person, otherwise qualified, on the basis of race, creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental ability, color or age, or any other condition or status that is the subject of state or federal anti-discrimination law. Loven Contracting, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Project Engineer
    Hunter Contracting Co.    Gilbert, AZ 85233
     Posted about 2 hours    

    Are you looking for a company you can grow with? A company where you feel like part of the family and not just another employee number? Do you want to be a part of something great? Hunter Contracting Co. is a family-owned, heavy civil contracting firm serving Arizona since 1961. We are looking for good, hard-working, high-energy, self-motivating, professional individuals to grow with our project needs.

    What we are proud to offer you:


    * Medical/Telemedicine
    * Dental
    * Vision
    * Flexible Spending Account
    * Health Savings Account
    * 401K
    * Life Insurance
    * Health and Wellness Programs
    * PTO
    * Holiday
    * Sick Time Pay
    * Company Vehicle

    Job Purpose: Reviews and administers predefined activities and assists with the management of projects from award to completion through a cooperative effort with the Estimator, Project Superintendent, Specialty Superintendent, General Superintendent, and Division Manager to ensure that the goals and objectives of the projects are accomplished within the prescribed time frame and funding parameters.

    Roles, Duties, & Responsibilities:


    * Maintains current project schedules with input received from Project Superintendent and Project Manager.
    * Updates project schedules weekly scheduling board and distributes minutes from scheduling meeting.
    * Reviews job cost quantities weekly for input.
    * Reviews and evaluate job costs.
    * Researches suspicious job cost items and has appropriate corrections made.
    * Reviews time cards for accuracy and completeness.
    * Reviews time cards for equipment utilization.
    * Reviews field receipts (delivery tickets) for proper and complete coding.
    * Develops material tracking system for monitoring quantities (yield).
    * Updates and reviews material tracking weekly.
    * Researches suspicious material tracking entries and yields and has appropriate corrections made.
    * Develops Daily Cost/Production Reports on key items, selected by the Project Manager and/or Division Manager.
    * Prepares correspondence as necessary.
    * Reviews all project plans, specifications, and estimates.
    * Becomes familiar with project requirements and scope.
    * Develops list of special requirements.
    * Develops list of required submittals.
    * Obtains/secures necessary submittal documents.
    * Reviews submittal documents for conformance with the project requirements.
    * Prepares document for submittals.
    * Maintains log for tracking submittals.
    * Develops list of required permits.
    * Prepares permit applications.
    * Obtains permits.
    * Prepares project setup notebook and distributes to project team.
    * Attends project pre-planning meetings.
    * Develops detailed project construction schedule (Suretrak format) in cooperation with the Project Manager and Project Superintendent.
    * Develops project cash flow (revenue) reports from project schedule.
    * Attends agency pre-construction conference and prepares and distributes minutes of meeting to project team.
    * Attends agency weekly project meeting.
    * Processes change orders.
    * Prepares and processes force accounts and back charges.
    * Performs special assignments as required by the Project Manager and/or Division Manager.
    * Assists with the project close out; quantity take-offs, as-builts, and input job cost histories in Hard$, and prepares formal reports.
    * Prepares project progress estimates.
    * Attends weekly project scheduling meetings and monthly supervisory meetings.
    * Visits projects on a regular basis.
    * Prepares for and attends all meetings, as required.
    * Estimates as assigned; take offs, research, and vendor contract.
    * Learns Hard$ estimating system.
    * Adheres to all Hunter Contracting Co. safety policies, procedures, and instructions from Management.
    * Performs other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.

    Work Qualifications:


    * Has general computer knowledge and experience with Excel, Word, Suretrak (Primavera), and Prolog.
    * Possesses a valid Drivers License.
    * When supervising workers engaged in several occupations, employee is required to possess general knowledge of the activities involved.
    * Works within precise standards of accuracy.
    * Rates information using standards that can be measured or checked.
    * Visualizes three-dimensions out of a two-dimensional plan drawing.
    * Follows oral and written directions, plans, and contract drawings.
    * Ability to work long hours; weekend work, and out-of-town work and a willingness to assume a high level of responsibility.
    * Knowledgeable in construction equipment and governmental requirements.


    * Demonstrates good people skills and oral and written communication skills.
    * Demonstrates a sound technical background in construction technology.
    * Encompasses a strategic vision and attention to detail.
    * Ability to work on multiple projects, adjusts quickly to shifting priorities, meets deadlines, exercises good judgment, and handles pressure situations with owners and other constituents.
    * Approaches work in a meticulous, thorough, and detailed manner.
    * Is open to change and can adjust to shifting priorities.
    * Helps others handle organizational and procedural change.

    Education & Work Experience Requirements:


    * Bachelor of Science Degree; AND/OR
    * Minimum two (2) years of experience in related field; OR
    * Any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

    We do E-Verify, Background Checks and Drug Screens

    Women, Minorities and Veterans are encouraged to apply.

    EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY statement

    Hunter provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. Hunter complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, training, apprenticeship, and/or on-the-job training.

    M/F/D/V


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Senior Mechanical Engineer
    Essential ATS    Scottsdale, AZ 85257
     Posted 8 days    

    Senior Mechanical Engineer

    Senior Mechanical Engineer is responsilble for an entire project cycle to include design, development, and project completion. Assumes responsibility for all engineering aspects of a project from sales assistance, conceptual design, document preparation, code compliance, contract adherence, construction assistance, and close-out.

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES


    * Function as Lead Engineer on assigned engineering projects.
    * Work with construction sales personnel in development of sales strategies.
    * Consult with internal and external customers on technical issues related to design and construction activities.
    * Provide conceptual engineering and design for estimate documents for sales opportunities.
    * Develop and define applicable design criteria including code compliance requirements.
    * Oversee engineering analysis of projects to include preliminary design, load calculation, life cycle cost and equipment selection.
    * Coordinates mechanical design requirements and constraints with other design professionals including Architects, Structural Engineers, and Electrical Engineers.
    * Prepare technical construction specifications.
    * Manage construction document production and reviews documents for compliance with engineering standards, defined design criteria, contract requirements and applicable codes.
    * Coordinate the activities of the design with the requirements of the construction teams.
    * Resolve project issues, scope changes, and field questions.
    * Other duties as assigned.

    ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES


    * Review and critique proposed changes to engineering standards, policies, or details.
    * Responsible for hiring, training, and development to assigned staff.
    * Supervise assigned staff in accordance with company policies and procedures.
    * Maintain a safe work environment and encourage safety of others, especially when present at construction sites.

    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS


    * Knowledge of applicable federal, state and local building codes and safety laws.
    * Working knowledge of CAD tools and energy modeling programs.
    * Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical or Architectural Engineering and ten years of related engineering experience.
    * Experience with HVAC load calculation methods, duct design, piping design, plumbing design, energy modeling, equipment selection, temperature controls, acoustics, and other areas of mechanical construction.
    * Subject matter expert in one or more areas of mechanical engineering related to building construction.
    * Understanding of architectural, structural, civil, electrical, and fire protection design activities.
    * Understanding of construction and maintenance activities related to the HVAC and plumbing trades.
    * Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written.
    * Requires registration as a Professional Engineer.
    * Work requires occasional travel to attend meetings, site visits, and inspections.
    * Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    Working conditions are normally in an office environment but do include some activities at new construction job sites and within existing facilities. Work requires occasional travel.

    Full Benefits Provided

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Employment Type

    Full Time


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