Field EngineerMorgan Corp. is currently looking for a Field Engineer to support the Raleigh Division.
The Field Engineer assists Project Managers and Superintendents in the daily management activities including contract review and administration, cost management, progress quantity verification, safety, personnel management, materials purchasing, and other project support roles.
- Preparation of drawings, sketches, change order, estimates, RFI (request for information) to support construction projects.
- Maintain submittal logs; assuring that all submittals are thoroughly and accurately reviewed for content and conformance with construction documents.
- Interpret designs and drawings; prepares takeoffs; researches and recommends resolutions to drawing interpretation problems, conflicts, and errors.
- Recognize changes to work that differ from construction documents and takes appropriate action.
- Assist with procurement, including quantity takeoffs and pricing of purchase orders, subcontracts, and potential changes to the scope of work.
- Ensure completed work complies with codes, drawings, and specifications.
- Create correspondence to owners, subcontractors, and engineers.
- Assist Superintendent and Project Manager with budget tracking, job cost review, and reporting
- Assist in preparation of job status reports and participates in projects status meetings.
- Conduct job site inspections to assure conformance with contract documents.
- Assist with pre-construction activities as needed: construction planning and design; interpretation of design and drawings; application of construction methods
- Attend and document schedule and coordinating meetings and produce minutes of meetings.
- Participate in field activities, notifying the Project Manager or Superintendent of any personnel issues or injuries.
- Oversee and perform site inspections for erosion control monitoring.
- Assemble, organize and maintain documentation needed for timely project beginning and closing activities.
- Participate with project team to maintain accurate and up to date plans and logs, RFI, change orders, inspections and testing.
- Constantly strive to improve performance, leadership, knowledge and management skills through interactions and collaboration with the management team as well through study and personal development in order to qualify for positions of greater responsibility.
- Support safety program policies, procedures, implementation, and compliance verification.
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering (Civil preferred), or a related field of study, and/or equivalent work experience.
- Willingness and ability to travel and work, for extended periods, at job sites located predominately in the Southeastern United States.
- Self-starter, detail oriented with strong organizational skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Comfortable with technology and software; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
- Ability to have a flexible work schedule, including working overtime and weekends as needed
Work is performed both indoors and outside in all types of environmental conditions. This position performs strenuous physical activity, for long periods, under varying and adverse field conditions. This position must be able to lift and/or carry up to 75 lbs., stand, walk on uneven surfaces, manually manipulate, grasp, reach out and above shoulder, climb, kneel, bend, twist, and push/pull.
- Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications
- Health benefits and 401(k) Plan
- Paid Time Off
- Holiday Pay
For additional company information, please visit us at www.morgan-corp.com