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Our client is seeking a highly motivated, team oriented individual to serve as a project engineer to join their growing team of employee owners.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for designing custom solutions, mentoring a team and the outdoor lifestyle of Northern New Mexico. This team provides full service nuclear design solutions to the federal government (DOE, NNSA, and NIST), nuclear research, nuclear medicine, and the commercial nuclear power industries.
The Project Engineer will work in a dynamic multi-discipline environment, designing systems and equipment for non-reactor nuclear facilities. The individual will direct a multi-disciplined team of engineers and designers, and serve as the primary technical interface with clients, project management, and procurement professionals. The Project Engineer serves as a liaison between the Project Manager and technical disciplines and is responsible for:
Assisting the Project Manager with managing scope, schedule and cost
Leading design activities and managing design deliverables
Ensuring client satisfaction and working closely with the client's technical team
Coordinating engineering disciplines and managing discipline interfaces
Managing project resources, managing technical changes and expediting scheduled activities
Minimum ten (10) years of engineering experience and five (5) years in Project Engineering
Background in nuclear facility design and engineering
Experience with DOE or NNSA projects
Experience with nuclear quality assurance standards
Experience with supervising engineers and designers
Experience with Microsoft Office and Scheduling Software (e.g. MS Office, Primavera)
Strong leadership and interpersonal communication skills
Degree Requirements: Bachelor of Sciences in Engineering from an A.B.E.T. accredited program
Client projects for this position require U.S. Citizenship.
Certifications: Professional licensure is highly desired.
The job requires the ability to sit for extended periods at a computer workstation.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as but not limited to: computers, phones, copiers, filing cabinets, scanners, and plotters.