based on experience, full paid medical insurance, HSA, generous PTO package, IRA, paid life insurance
Field Engineers are responsible for the quality, timeliness, and smoothness of our metal building projects in the field. This is done through QA/QC checks, schedule management, and solving issues in the field through effective communication with our customers, subcontractors, and internal staff.
Responsible for all onsite activities and the overall success of projects during construction
Must be able to effectively plan and communicate with our subcontractors to develop safety and erection plans to meet the projects needs
Coordinate, maintain and communicate 3-week schedules related to building erection, material deliveries and interfacing with other GC critical trade work
Responsible for all QA / QC checks on field projects
Documentation of daily activities on site through photos and daily reports and issue lists
Responsible for the review of all construction documents prior to and during construction
Coordinate all major and minor deliveries and inspections
Effective communication with the general contractor, steel erector and material suppliers
Maintain contractual standards as it relates to safety, job cleanliness, and other onsite activities
Available for all on site meetings including coordination meetings, preconstruction meeting, safety meetings, punch walks, OAC meetings and subcontractor meetings
Responsible for reporting change orders, internal and external that originate from the field to the office
Daily Reports (Done for each site visit): Used to track site conditions, crews, and activities on site, when issues are brought up and resolved, deliveries made to the site, safety issues and conversations with the GC and subcontractors
Site Visit Photos : These are used to document on site progress, track issues, market the project and allow office staff to observe the project
Project Schedules (Updated weekly): Required to track overall schedules and 3-week look ahead schedules
Issue Log (Updated Daily): Responsible for documenting field issues
As-builts (updated weekly): used to track design modifications for project closeout submission
Ideal candidate must have a Great Attitude, be a Team Player, be Proficient in Scheduling, and have Great Communication Skills.
Undergraduate degree in construction management or equivalent experience and proficient in General Contractor onsite construction activities
Experience using Excel, Word, BIM360, Microsoft Project and Blue Beam.