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Job Description # CO 102 Rev. 0
Construction Discipline Engineer (Field Engineer)
Position Description:
Field Engineer is responsible for planning and technical oversight of field construction activities within a
specified discipline associated with procurement, fabrication, installation, modification and maintenance of
systems and components. Coordinates with Design agencies to ensure timely issuance of new design or design
changes. Walk down and review designs for constructability, resolve design problems encountered in the field
during construction and meets with and discusses solutions with Design Engineers. Inspects / verifies
materials, equipment, and construction workmanship and assures compliance with drawings, specifications
and code requirements. Coordinates with Quality Control to ensure the installation meets the requirements.
Participates in turnover activities. Supports / participates in start-up and functional check out of equipment and
Position requires a thorough understanding of Construction Engineering principles and ability to apply these
principles to field conditions. Experience in the preparation of computer based construction work execution
plans (work Packages) including job specific hazards analysis, i.e. Asset Suite and Assisted Hazard Analysis
or equivalent
Position may require a thorough understanding of Construction Electrical Engineering principles, ability to
apply these principles to field conditions, knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC), Savannah River
Site electrical standards (i.e. 16051-G, 16053-G, 1E6 Manual) and procedure requirements. Thorough
understanding of 1Y Work Control Manual requirements and experience in the preparation of construction
work execution plans including performing job specific hazards analysis.
Position Responsibilities:
Design output constructability reviews
- Review design output and vendor documents
- Field walk down with design engineers
- Verify design constructability including procedure and code compliance
- Verify field conditions vs. Design output
- Verify material availability
- Submit constructability comments
- Track comments to resolution
- Support project team design review meetings
Field material take-off & procurement support
- Develop / expedite bill of materials (BOM)
- Track the progress / status of material delivery
- Coordinate delivery of material to the field
- Verification of received material vs. Ordered material
Job Description # CO 102 Rev. 0
Work execution plan development
- Walk downs with craft supervision & support groups
- Develop installation sequence
- Generate work instructions
- Generate inspection and test records or coordinate with quality control
- Understand layout / survey needs and generate layout / survey requests
- Generate hazards analysis for field execution of construction scope
- Support/lead team hazard analysis review meetings
Work Execution Plan Development (Cont.)
- Generate or support the generation of job specific permits as required
- Lockout/tagout order
- Power services utilization permit
- Hot work
- Asbestos disturbance
- Confined space
- Radiological
- Excavation
- Hazardous waste
Work Execution Plan Review & Approval
- Attend / chair execution plan review meetings
- Develop routing for list for hazards analysis approval
- Develop routing list for work plan approval
- Coordinate and expedite work package approval routing
- Disposition comments to the work execution plan
- Assemble approved work execution plan
- Provide status & update of work execution plan in the SRS work control passport system
Work Execution Field Coverage & Support
- Lead pre-job briefings with craft workers
- Perform task ready walk down with craft supervision
- Verify quantities of installed commodities
- Coordinate daily field support
- Expedite / order material as required
- Coordinate material testing
- Coordinate and status shop fabrication in support of field execution
- Perform field inspections
- Identify and coordinate resolution of field installation issues
Work Execution Plan Closure
- Generate design completion notices
- Ensure accuracy of work execution plan status
- Close all required permits
- Close work execution plan documentation
Job Description # CO 102 Rev. 0
Minimum Qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in **(specified discipline) engineering and at least 5 years of practical experience in construction **(specified discipline)l field engineering or
- Associate's degree in (specified discipline) engineering and 5-10 years of practical experience in construction **(specified discipline) engineering or
- High school diploma and 10+ years of practical experience in construction **(specified discipline) engineering
- Working knowledge of discipline specific codes and standards
- Previous experience with generating work execution plans (preferably utilizing the Asset Suite work control system)
- Previous experience with generating job hazards analysis
- Previous experience performing material take off and procurement
**Specific Discipline = (Mechanical, Piping, Electrical, Civil, Instruments and Controls) as determined by requestor
Additional Position Requirements:
Work hours:
- A 40-hour workweek is scheduled. SRR construction utilizes a 10 hour per day - four days per week schedule.
- A standard work week is Monday through Thursday 6:30am - 5:00pm. However, alternate schedules could be employed.
- Workweek excludes SRR holidays.
- Candidate must be a U.S. citizen.
- Candidates must posses a valid driver's license
- Personal vehicles operated by candidate must have valid registration
- Personal vehicles operated by candidate must be insured with proof of insurance within the vehicle


This position requires the following specific requirements:

Familiar with National codes and standards (i.e. AISC, ACI) and possess the ability to interpret and analyze these requirements to determine equivalent means of achieving compliance when necessary.
Experience with excavation, shoring, rigging calculations and development of ordinary and critical lift packages.
Experience with structural steel fabrication and erection
Experience with concrete placement
Knowledge of SRS guides and standards for concrete placement and protective coatings would be a plus
Capable of climbing / spending extended periods of time in the field.
Capable of obtaining qualification to work in radiation / contamination areas.

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