Project Engineer - Heavy Civil / Highway Construction

POSITION TITLE: Project Engineer ? Heavy Civil / Highway Construction   SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 69617CRI   LOCATION: Westchester, New York     COMPENSATION: Base salary up to: $120,000 - (Based on experience or Market Rate) + Bonus    COMPANY:   Our client is a leader in Heavy Civil / Highway Construction.      AREAS OF SPECIALITIES     Road Bridge Utility Heavy Highway Construction Excavation Environmental Remediation Storm Water Management Systems   POSITION SUMMARY / EXPERIENCE REQUIRED     Description of Work (Includes but is not limited to the following):   - Prepare & Submit Submittals & RFI's to clients and engineers for review - Maintain Project Submittal, Change Order and Daily logs - Maintain Project file in an organized fashion - Prepare weekly & monthly schedules - Assist with takeoff for estimating - Obtain quotes from vendors and subcontractors - Order job site materials - Interpret Plans & Specifications - Coordinate & Schedule Sub-Contractors - Attend weekly Job Site Meetings - Coordinate work with Site Superintendent & Project Manager - Deliver Material to Job Sites   Job Requirements:   - Must be a team player - Worked as part of a project team in the heavy highway construction industry - Excellent organizational & communication skills - Great time management skills - Excellent problem solver   Should possess the following computer skills:   - Microsoft Office Suite of products (Word, Excel,etc.) - Microsoft Project and/or Primavera - Experience with both HCSS (HeavyBid) and Viewpoint would be helpful though not required.   Minimum Education:   College (preferably with a focus in engineering)  
Salary Range: $120K
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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