The Project Engineer/Coordinator performs field and office assignments with supervision and oversight from the Project Manager, or their designee, in the fields of environmental remediation/civil construction and geotechnical. Provides support to the Project Manager or Operations Director in project administration, quality, safety, invoicing/financial tracking, contract management, and project data management. The Project Engineer is expected to play an advisory role to Project Management as well and use their experience and judgment to make decisions within their limits of authority.
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Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Education and Experience
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The following is the career advancement route for Project Engineer positions, which can be used as a reference in future career path planning. As a Project Engineer, it can be promoted into senior positions as a Project Engineer III - Construction that are expected to handle more key tasks, people in this role will get a higher salary paid than an ordinary Project Engineer. You can explore the career advancement for a Project Engineer below and select your interested title to get hiring information.
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