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Naval Nuclear Laboratory -> Bettis Laboratory Site -> Bettis Site Programs
West Mifflin - West Mifflin, PA 15122 US (Primary)
The Construction Operating Projects (COP) group is part of the Bettis Construction Department and is responsible for the delivery of small to midsize operating-funded and investment funded projects from initiation to closeout. The Project Engineer plays a key role leading in the development, design, and execution of a wide variety of projects. Typically, these projects involve small-to-large scale renovations, site infrastructure upgrades, and new construction of office buildings, laboratories, and test facilities.
The Project Engineers work closely with Project Managers, Contract Administrators, Construction Oversight personnel, End Users, and Subcontractors to deliver infrastructure improvement projects at the Bettis Laboratory located in West Mifflin, PA. The Project Engineer is responsible for challenging technical assignments that allow flexibility in approaching solutions by self-performing design, contracting Architectural Engineering services, or utilizing design-build methods to develop creative engineering solutions that support the needs of the facility.
The successful candidate will be responsible for driving the technical process through the development of project functional requirements, preparation of submittals including project documents and/or drawings, specification of materials, reviewing project plans, estimating manpower/costs required to complete tasks and providing field oversight to active projects to ensure compliance with project requirements.
Demonstration of sound technical fundamentals as well as strong written and verbal communication skills are essential to be successful in this role.
Knowledge of construction management
Knowledge of industry and building trade practice, techniques, codes, and standards
Demonstrated commitment to safe working practices
High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office products and computer aided design (CAD) drafting software
Applicants at all levels will be evaluated on having:
Prior experience developing construction subcontract documents (specifications, drawings and cost estimates)
A working knowledge of the applicable codes and standards, including IBC, AISC, ACI, ASTM, AWS, AWC, and AISI
A Professional Engineers (PE) License is preferred but not required
Minimum BS GPA of 3.0/4.0 preferred