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Project Engineer Driven by Vision | Industrial-Strength Construction |Powered by PassionWhat We DoBMWC tackles the world’s toughest and most daunting industrial construction challenges. Our work encompasses an array of industrial sectors, including aerospace, chemical, electric power, food and beverage, oil and gas, pharmaceutical and biotechnology and semiconductor. For more than 65 years we’ve been committed to creating “Customers for Life” through our passion for our core values of integrity, continuous improvement, innovation, and economic value.Who We AreAs one of the premier specialty construction companies in the country, our employees enjoy a focus on growth and development, work/life balance and one of the best safety records in the industry. We are 100% management-owned, which makes the development and advancement of our employees paramount to our success. BMWC attracts the brightest and most ambitious professionals because our business model is based on the evolving success and reward of individual champions. Will you be the next BMWC champion?We’re Looking ForBMWC is seeking an individual that is responsible for BMWC’s field operations and systems to contribute toward the delivery of large-scale industrial construction projects. This individual would be responsible for possessing expert experience within the industry and the company’s personnel, methods, programs, and policies.What you’ll ExperienceAs a Project Engineer, you will:Learn and become proficient in the following functions within the Project Controls department

Utilization of cost code types/phrase

Development of booking sheets, including selection of cost codes

Accurately input and update labor plans in PTM

Develop and maintain fundamental project schedule utilizing Primavera P6

Assist project team with budget forecasting

Gain experience in forecasting project outcomes

Exposure to use of specialized tools such as OBSR

Able to seek help to troubleshoot systems issues

Able to develop basic change orders for review

Become knowledgeable in the following functions of the Estimating department

Perform basic piping quantity takeoff

Develop material lists based on current engineering specifications

Assist project team with development of proposals

Learn to write clarifications

Understand basis of estimating units such as MCA or Hang and Tack

Learn time and material rate structures for estimating at your site

Basic understanding of labor rate development and definition of costs

Learn and be able to perform the following functions within the Purchasing and Tool & Equipment departments

Assist in field purchases and maintain and communicate daily logs to offices

Requisition rental equipment, small tools, and consumables from company Equipment Department

Requisition Third Party Rentals via the Purchasing Department and maintain onsite rental equipment logs

Understand the commercial terms and conditions for projects

Understand and gain exposure to craft labor agreements

Understand and gain exposure to various contract strategies and types

Attend and participate in Construction Operations Meetings

Learn and be able to perform accounting system functions including

Prepare daily and weekly field time sheets accurately

Understands craft pay rates and overtime rules

Mentor new foremen in BMWC payroll procedures

Write layoff checks when at remote site locations

Understand cash flow and participate in invoice preparation and collection of accounts receivable

Understand the company value of “Customers for Life”

Actively participate in customer entertainment outside of the normal workday and begin to develop relationships with customers

Understand the various customer relationships that BMWC maintains

Attend Risk Management training to begin to understand levels of risk that the company will accept on projects

Understand limitations of authority in taking on risk for the company

Demonstrate participation in the company’s safety value “We dedicate ourselves to Zero Injury Performance”

Attend Safety Training as follows

OSHA 10, ASSET training, Weekly Toolbox Talks

Learn to perform safety audits and perform at least one per week

Learn to recognize unsafe behaviors in the field as well as how to prevent and stop these behaviors.

Participate in company Safety Incentive programs and in daily safety planning activities.

Participate in Quality Action Teams and actively seek areas where we can improve day to day operations and procedures

Read and understand the company Marketing Plan and assist in pursuit of projects that are in line with the Marketing Plan

Attend training courses on Quality Orientation, Time Management, Active Listening, Risk Management, plus Hobart Welding School and Crane/Rigging training, in addition to Safety Training above

Communicate, through the appropriate channels, any observations of noncompliance with the Guiding Principles and Core Values of the company or other violations of policy or illegal actions

Other specific job responsibilities and projects will be assigned and directed by leadership

Requirements and QualificationsBachelor’s Degree in Construction Engineering, Management or a related field is required

Commitment to continuing education to ensure that skillsets match project needs is critical

We will train an entry level graduate and/or hire an experienced industrial construction project engineer

Working with the Best in the IndustryThis highly visible position is part of the Construction department and reports to the Project Manager. You will have frequent interaction with the General Manager and regular interaction with the Executive and Operations Leadership Teams, as well as vendors and all levels of internal and field staff. Our Comprehensive Benefits Package IncludesCompetitive Pay with Bonus

401K/Profit Sharing with company match

Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

Life, AD&D and Disability benefits

PTO and paid holidays

Tuition Reimbursement

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