at Kitchell in Tucson, Arizona, United States
Employee-owned Kitchellseeks an organized and detail-oriented Senior Project Engineer with commercial project experience in Tucson, Arizona.
This Senior Project Engineer will join our growing Tucson regional team of employee-owners and build a long-term career at one of the most innovative and growth-oriented building companies in the United States.
Duties & Responsibilities
Implement assigned duties with an exceptional level of accuracy, timeliness and cost effectiveness.
Review and process all submittals and RFI's, ensuring compliance with contract documents and in accordance with project needs.
Participates in the bid process and assists owner and Project Manager in recording and reviews of bids.
Participates and/or chairs meetings, coordinates agendas, prepares minutes and follows up on action items.
Prepare change order requests and agreement change orders, review for pricing and status, ensuring compliance with prime contract.
Maintain document files and logs.
Provide shop drawing, submittal and material procurements updates to properly support updating of the project schedule.
Compile material procurement and assist in the monitoring and controlling of the project schedules.
Maintain project schedule information in project software.
Assist Project Manager in job and project forecasts as directed by the Project Manager.
Implement and maintain the expediting report to monitor both Kitchell’s and subcontractors' material and equipment needs.
Provide an orderly and systematic process for handling problems and information requests generated through the course of construction.
Maintain a complete and current set of drawings reflecting all changes from the base contract documents; including change order requests, addenda, field work orders, ASI's, correspondence and field conditions.
Prepare monthly progress payment request to the owner, including preparation of subcontractor/vendor pre-billing worksheet.
Implement job start-up and close-out procedures as directed by the Project Manager.
Prepare estimated, actual and change order adjustments to the chart of accounts for Project Manager's review prior to entry into computer.
Maintain job progress photo file.
Fully understand the scope of all subcontracts; keep Project Manager and Project Superintendent aware of potential challenges.
Utilizes safe work practices and follows directives, policies and procedures for assisting and maintaining a healthy and safe work environment as outlined in the intranet Safety Manual.
Assist in the planning and monitoring of the quality control program as outlined in the intranet Quality Assurance Manual, including roofing daily reports and inspections.
Acquire a thorough knowledge of the contract documents, plans, specifications, owner's contract and subcontracts.
Where applicable, supervise, mentor and delegate work to be performed by Project Engineers and Interns.
Assists in preparing monthly progress payment request to the owner, including preparation of subcontractor/vendor pre-billing worksheet.
Chairs meetings, coordinates agendas, prepares minutes and follows up on action items.
Prepare subcontractor pre-award checklist as assigned by Project Manager.
Assist in the preparation of subcontracts and purchase orders for review and approval by the Project Manager.
Monitor all outstanding owner change orders and change order requests.
Coordinate and assist with regulatory inspection requests, as required.
Capable of managing other PE’s.
Supervise, mentor and conduct quarterly check-ins for all employees assigned to this position