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Civil Engineer

Job SummaryParsons’ engineering and construction management staff members create innovative, safe, and sustainable infrastructure in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, and Kuwait. We deliver rail, transit, road, and highway transportation; water conveyance and wastewater treatment; oil and gas; land development; public; and aviation infrastructure to our customers and communities. Parsons creates interconnected communities and world-class infrastructure.Duties and ResponsibilitiesAssist Resident Engineer/ARE.Follow up construction activities at site.Ensure the Contractor’s adherence to Construction documents and latest Authorities’ regulations.Assist in reviewing Contractor’s Submissions (shop drawings, Materials, RFI, etc.).Provide all necessary on-site direction.Support in supervising site inspection staff as per Resident Engineer/ARE’s directions.Check measure of work done.Observe site safety practices.Report back as necessary to the Resident Engineer/ARE.Monitor contractor’s resource allocation.Assist in reviewing the project’s close out documents.Act positively, and participate in all health and safety issues at site, as required by the Resident.Engineer/ARE, and project Safety Representative.Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.QualificationsBachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.Minimum 10 years of work experience with infrastructure projects. Local service agency experience in Dubai is a must.Knowledge and experience using computer software.Good oral and written communication skills.Ability to communicate logically and clearly with management and staff.Commitment to safe work practices.

EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Building Engineer

About the PositionWe are seeking passionate people to join our growing and dynamic maintenance team in Arizona! Our Building Engineers are customer service representatives for our clients and their tenants. They also focus in on any and all maintenance needs for the properties that they oversee. This position’s primary responsibility is to safeguard the interests of the owners and safety of the tenants by maintaining the physical condition of the property and equipment according to company guidelines and standards, as well as protect the property and equipment from damage, loss, and deterioration. The ideal candidate has a go-getter attitude, is a self-motivated team player, and a true jack of all trades.Responsibilities:Conduct routine assessments of the building systems operationsResponsible for minor repairs, preventative maintenance and service requests on building equipment, tenant spaces and components located in the interior and exterior of the buildingOversees the property’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire systems; reports deficiencies to Operations team and Property ManagerRespond to tenant requests in the areas of safety, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and environmental needs through both personal contact and work order systemsBeing pro-active with the buildings and creating/maintaining an ongoing task list of potential work for the property management groupPrepare and maintain maintenance logs for assigned propertiesFollowing and assist in the creation of additional standard operating procedures (SOP’s) as neededMaintaining great communication with the Operations Support staff and Property ManagersBeing the main point of contact for vendors on assigned properties. Stationary Building Engineers will be in charge of checking vendors in/out, escorting them to area of assigned work, and taking thorough notes of work performed.Assist with fire panel and fire extinguisher inspections. Making sure to notify tenants when inspections are planned.Miscellaneous tasks such as garbage removal, exterior lock box inspections, ensuring exterior ladders are guarded from the general public at all times.Enforce a safe jobsite and maintains compliance with company safety, OSHA, and customer-specific safety standardsOther duties as assigned.Requirements:High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)A minimum of 3-5 years commercial building operations engineering experience preferredAbility to handle multiple projects and make decisions independentlyProficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and electronic work order systemsMust possess strong organizational skills and motivation to get the job done well Must be comfortable in a fast paced and dynamic environmentAbout Bevara’s BenefitsFull range of health benefits offered- medical, dental, vision, long and short term disabilityRoth and traditional 401K retirement plans offeredCompany provided life insurance planPTO (Paid Time Off) Paid holidaysEducational assistance

Bevara • Phoenix, U.S.

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Foreman (San Diego, CA)

Job SummaryUnder general supervision, serves as lead person for field crew implementation of special assignments or sub-tasks related to the construction of landfill gas collection or other environmental pollution control systems. Relocation assistance available.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesInterpret project plans and specifications.Oversees portions of larger construction projects including pipe fusion/installation, extraction well drilling and installation, construction of blower/flare station components, installation of pumps, sumps, etc.Assists in drilling operations. Assists in completing wells during drilling projects by lifting and carrying materials such as bentonite and gravel and placing or shoveling the materials into the drilled gas well.Enters excavations to fuse pipe, install gas system piping, and install leachate or condensate piping.Enters manholes, sumps, or other confined spaces to assist in the installation of new gas system or leachate/condensate system piping.Assists in the repairs of leachate and condensate lines by cutting piping and/or removing or draining leachate or condensate liquids.Operates power saws and drills to connect and cut piping and wellheads, and to cut slots into new or existing gas system piping.Applies glues and primer to gas and leachate system piping to repair or connect piping.Operates heavy machinery such as rough terrain forklifts, excavators and backhoes to excavate and move landfill waste and soil for installation of gas system and leachate piping.Receives materials, maintains material inventory, prepares receiving reports, and reviews time cards and expense reports for assigned crew.Implements health and safety requirements and generates supporting documentation. Participates in the SAFE process by making observations and providing employee feedback.Maintains daily logs of project progress.Tracks and maintains construction equipment and tools.Calls off rental equipment when no longer needed Review site checklists. Inform Project Manager of any major changes or concerns, and address the items.Participates in monthly tailgate Health and Safety meeting. Participates in monthly Health and Safety (SOP) training.Prepares daily logs and reports for work performed on sites during workday.Actively participate in the SAFE process by making observations, review and assist in the development of the project health and safety plans including the associated Job Task Safety Analyses.QualificationsMinimum of 2 years of landfill gas construction preferred or 2 years of related construction experience required.Prior successful oversight of projects as a Foreman, Senior Technician, or Operator.Comprehensive knowledge of excavation or pipe installation practices.Ability to read and understand plans and specifications.Valid driver' s license with driving record in good standing required.40 hour Health & Safety, 8 hour Supervisor, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, Confined Space Entry, and Trenching Excavation Safety training preferred.Meet physical requirements for driving (pick-up truck), lifting and carrying equipment/mechanical components (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), hand excavation/digging (using shovels/picks), carrying and climbing ladders, operating and working from man lifts, operating electric tools, (drills, saws, etc.), using hand tools, (screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers, etc.), and providing services under various weather conditions.

Careerbuilder • San Diego, U.S.

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Flex Engineer - Approximately 14 Hours/ Month

About the PositionWe are seeking a passionate person to join our growing and dynamic maintenance team in Kearney! The Flex Engineer will work alongside our Building Engineering team to provide support and back up coverage on an as-needed basis. The Flex Engineer will train with our full-time Building Engineer a few hours a month to stay current and familiar with the buildings and will act as back up coverage during vacations or possibly provide additional emergency support. This position’s primary responsibility is to safeguard the interests of the owners and safety of the tenants by maintaining the physical condition of the property and equipment according to company guidelines and standards, as well as protect the property and equipment from damage, loss, and deterioration. The ideal candidate is a seasoned professional in the trades with a flexible schedule- perhaps a retired Engineer or someone who owns their own business. This position is perfect for someone looking for some additional hours per month but not tied to a set schedule.Responsibilities:Routinely join our full-time Engineer(s) for building tours to get familiar with the local assets, tenants, and property management teamsProvide back up coverage in cases of emergency, employee vacation, or other employee leaveConduct routine assessments of the building systems operationsBe responsible for minor repairs, preventative maintenance and service requests on building equipment, tenant spaces and components located in the interior and exterior of the buildingOversee the property’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire systems; reports deficiencies to Operations team and Property ManagerRespond to tenant requests in the areas of safety, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and environmental needs through both personal contact and work order systemsBe pro-active with the buildings and creating/maintaining an ongoing task list of potential work for the property management groupPrepare and maintain maintenance logs for assigned propertiesFollow, and assist in the creation of, standard operating procedures (SOP’s) as neededMaintain great communication with the Operations Support staff and Property ManagersBe the main point of contact for vendors on assigned properties. Flex Engineers may be in charge of checking vendors in/out, escorting them to area of assigned work, and taking thorough notes of work performedPerform miscellaneous tasks such as garbage removal, exterior lock box inspections, ensure exterior ladders are guarded from the general public at all times.Enforce a safe jobsite and maintains compliance with company safety, OSHA, and customer-specific safety standardsComplete other duties as assignedDuring times of coverage, you may be asked to:Requirements:Flexible schedule; Flex Engineers will not have a set schedule of hours, but will be providing back up coverage for our Engineer(s) on an as-needed basis.High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)A minimum of 3-5 years commercial building operations engineering experience preferredAbility to handle multiple projects and make decisions independentlyProficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and electronic work order systemsMust possess strong organizational skills and motivation to get the job done wellMust be comfortable in a fast paced and dynamic environment

Bevara • Kearney, U.S.

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Senior Scheduler

OMEGA is an industry-leading engineering firm providing consulting services throughout the greater Chicago region. Their team of skilled professionals provides engineering consultation for significant projects, from large-scale expressways to multi-million-dollar roadways, bridges, transit stations, and railroad construction projects. With a client-focused approach, OMEGA provides consultation, quality control, and engineering excellence far ahead of the curve. Our services include civil engineering, construction management, program management, and structural engineering. We specialize in projects with a high degree of complexity and those which our clients deem of the highest importance. The OMEGA team has extensive engineering service experience serving clients including Illinois Department of Transportation, Illinois Tollway, Chicago Department of Transportation, Chicago Department of Water Management, as well as the surrounding counties and municipalities. POSITION SUMMARY OMEGA is seeking to fulfill the position of Senior Scheduler. Reporting to Program Executives, and to client, the Senior Scheduler will work collaboratively with senior leadership to monitor all scheduling needs from design through construction, integrate all scheduling related items while maintaining a master schedule, and develop scheduling reporting processes for the program. Current construction management project portfolio includes a $4 billion, 22-mile corridor widening and reconstruction project, and a multi-expressway interchange reconstruction project --one of the busiest traffic junctions in the world. RESPONSIBILITIESCollaborate with senior leadership to develop and lead all scheduling related items for a large scale transportation programProvide executive level scheduling updates and recommendationsProvide overall quality assurance and independent third party analysis pertaining to scheduling for all design and construction contractsParticipate in project meetings to discuss status of overall program schedule, scheduling conflicts, and recommendations for scheduling improvementsIntegrate scheduling elements such as land acquisition, utilities, design and construction into a comprehensive master scheduleCoordinate any scheduling issues with affected entitiesAdditional duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONSBachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related fieldMinimum of ten years scheduling experience within the transportation or heavy civil industryStrong understanding of transportation construction practices, procedures and methods of constructionAccomplished in using the Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling techniqueExcellent verbal, written and presentation skillsProficient in Primavera P6Ability to analyze scheduling problems and provide solutions in a timely mannerStrong interpersonal skills, including a positive and professional attitude

Careerbuilder • Springfield, U.S.

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Construction Foreman

Carpentry ForemanLocation: Bellingham, WAPay: Earn up to $35.00 per hour, depending upon experience. The pay increases after the probationary period and is contingent upon work ethic and performance.Schedule:  Day shift Monday-Friday; hours to be determined based upon the workload. The candidate will need to be flexible to work weekends as needed.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: -Oversee projects ranging from commercial, residential, remodels, and restoration-Oversee up to 10 employees-Plan, organize and coordinate building projects from start to finish-Meeting with the supervisor to review projects, workload, weekly schedules, etc.-Assessing job priorities and assigning workers to tasks-Train new employees as they learn new tasks-Communicate with the supervisor regarding-Track & document all work & hours on Project(s)-Ensure jobs are completed on schedule and within budget-Other duties as assignedHow to be successful: -Knowledge to successfully operate power tools and equipment-Experience overseeing and managing-Capable of reading the full set of blueprints-Communicate effectively written, verbally and can give direction well-Prioritize workflow, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously and accurately-Detail-oriented and highly organized with proven follow-up capabilities-Utilizing appropriate math skills-A minimum of 2 years or more of experience as a construction foreman-Valid driver's license with reliable transportation-Flexibility to work on weekends and overtime as needed-Have your own tools-High school diploma or equivalent-Bachelor's Degree in construction management is preferred

Careerbuilder • Seattle, U.S.

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Part Time Building Engineer (Approximately 4 Hours/ Week)

About the PositionWe are seeking passionate people to join our growing and dynamic maintenance team in Summerfield! Our Building Engineers are customer service representatives for our clients and their tenants. They also focus in on any and all maintenance needs for the properties that they oversee. This position’s primary responsibility is to safeguard the interests of the owners and safety of the tenants by maintaining the physical condition of the property and equipment according to company guidelines and standards, as well as protect the property and equipment from damage, loss, and deterioration. The ideal candidate has a go-getter attitude, is a self-motivated team player, and a true jack of all trades.Responsibilities:Conduct routine assessments of the building systems operationsResponsible for minor repairs, preventative maintenance and service requests on building equipment, tenant spaces and components located in the interior and exterior of the buildingOversees the property’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire systems; reports deficiencies to Operations team and Property ManagerRespond to tenant requests in the areas of safety, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and environmental needs through both personal contact and work order systemsBeing pro-active with the buildings and creating/maintaining an ongoing task list of potential work for the property management groupPrepare and maintain maintenance logs for assigned propertiesFollowing and assist in the creation of additional standard operating procedures (SOP’s) as neededMaintaining great communication with the Operations Support staff and Property ManagersBeing the main point of contact for vendors on assigned properties. Stationary Building Engineers will be in charge of checking vendors in/out, escorting them to area of assigned work, and taking thorough notes of work performed.Assist with fire panel and fire extinguisher inspections. Making sure to notify tenants when inspections are planned.Miscellaneous tasks such as garbage removal, exterior lock box inspections, ensuring exterior ladders are guarded from the general public at all times.Enforce a safe jobsite and maintains compliance with company safety, OSHA, and customer-specific safety standardsOther duties as assigned.Requirements:High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)A minimum of 3-5 years commercial building operations engineering experience preferredAbility to handle multiple projects and make decisions independentlyProficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and electronic work order systemsMust possess strong organizational skills and motivation to get the job done wellMust be comfortable in a fast paced and dynamic environment

Bevara • Summerfield, U.S.

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