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Project Engineer/Architect Technical Requirements
􀁸 This position will be full time. As a project engineer/architect, the candidate will be responsible
for managing complex, multi-discipline engineering services (both internal and subcontracted)
and component or bulk material procurements in support of projects. May be assigned to support
a specific plant organization for all of its engineering needs, including projects and minor nonproject
modifications and studies, and/or matrixed to a single or multiple project manager(s) for
the engineering effort associated with capital or expense-funded activities. Ensures the
Engineering organization's performance of the established scope of work and directs
development, maintenance, and execution of a project/task technical work scope within budget
and schedule. Approves all design deliverables and ensures that all technical input requirements
are considered and incorporated and that reviews for constructability, acceptability, operability,
maintainability, safety, etc., are performed.
• Extensive technical expertise and full knowledge of related engineering/architecture systems,
engineering calculations, applications of engineering and construction methods and materials,
and engineering application of computers.
• Knowledge of industry and regulatory standards and design criteria pertinent to various
• Ability to apply technical skills of engineering/architecture to the design of facilities and/or
appurtenances to facilities.
• Ability to coordinate engineering/architecture teams and collaborate with stakeholders to
outline project requirements and develop scopes of work, project schedules, and budgets.
• Ability to prepare, read, and/or interpret complex engineering/architecture drawings.
• Ability to conduct formal presentations to plant personnel and other interested parties.
• Ability to review projects for technical accuracy.
• Ability to present information clearly and effectively through the oral and written word.
Education: Bachelor of Science in [Electrical, Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Fire Protection, Chemical,
Architectural, etc.] Engineering from an Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) Accreditation
Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited program in the United States or designated
equivalents from Canada or Mexico, the Washington Accord, or the list of substantially equivalent as
documented by ABET. A Professional Engineering License (PE) is preferred but not required. Or,
Bachelor of Science in Architecture from a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited
program in the United States. A Professional Architecture License is preferred, but not required.
Experience: 5 or more years of relevant professional experience.