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Project Engineer

Project Engineer

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    Renewable Energy & Infrastructure

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    Brandon Kooser

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    10 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Brandon Kooser

Our client is a massive Global institution, and they are seeking a Project Engineer to lead the engineering and design team, assuming overall responsibility for successful technical project execution. The Project Engineer acts as a liaison between the engineering team, project management and the customer with the responsibility for integrating the various engineering, scheduling and purchasing aspect of the project in accordance with contract obligations.

( Familiarity with combined cycle system design/construction, process controls, and instrumentation is highly desirable. )


 Education / Experience Requirements: Bachelor Degree in Engineering. Minimum five (5) years and Maximum ten (10) years of directly related technical experience. Total engineering experience should not be less than seven (7) years


Desirable But Not Required: Master’s Degree in Engineering. P.E. license. Knowledge of SP3D software. Experience with ISO procedures and OSHA safety requirements. International business experience desirable. Japanese language fluency and/or Spanish language fluency.


Major Responsibilities and Activities: • Serves as single point of contact for EPC, Owner’s Engineer, and Customer on all technical issues related to execution of power projects.

• Leads the planning, setup and monitoring of the project systems (e.g. kick-offs, MDL, DOR, contract deviation list), inter-discipline workflows and coordination of design activities through engineering disciplines as well as resolution of inter-disciplinary issues.

• Understands the Contract requirements and supports the translation of the scope of work to the discipline engineering teams.

• Leads periodic reviews of engineering execution schedule and budget, expediting of engineering teams (e.g. two-week deliverables look-ahead), escalation of needs (e.g. action item