HNTB New Grad Field Engineer I- Summer 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana
What We're Looking For
Our Indianapolis, IN office seeks Field Engineer I's for Summer 2022.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Civil Engineering degree & graduation of May or June 2022
Engineer in Training (EIT)
Trained in digital construction management software such as Constructware, Asite or similar preferred.
What You'll Need
Assists with construction field work tasks and activities on a project to ensure conformance to plans, specifications, and other contract documents. Coordinates and schedules quality controls inspections.
Observes on-site material testing and coordinates testing and monitoring services. Performs mathematical calculations for material quantity payments. Performs basic shop drawing review and ensures that procedures and materials comply with plans and specifications.
Read and interpret construction drawings and specifications and identify discrepancies or conflicts within the documents.
Reviews contractor’s daily construction reports for accuracy, thoroughness and consistency. Regularly reviews contractor's as-built mark-ups, documents project progress using video and photo and prepares reports on construction progress.
Consults with Resident Engineer on work progress and construction problems, proactively recommends solutions, assists in the resolution of issues, and acts as a liaison with the engineer of record.
Remains current and knowledgeable of industry technology and tools used to perform inspection work through industry resources, training, and research. Gains exposure to new technology and utilizes it (GPS/Rovers) to increase efficiency and accuracy of inspection tasks.
Performs office engineer work when needed including but not limited to; prepares meeting agendas and meeting minutes, assists in processing and maintains tracking logs for RFIs, submittals, pay estimates and other deliverables.
Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering.
Identifies some discrepancies or conflicts within documents and gains familiarity with the quality of work performed using inspection checklists.
Writes daily inspection report, tracks work performed, and computes pay item quantities at a basic level with direction from more experienced staff.
Understands the shop drawing review and gains the ability to read and interpret the contractor's CPM schedule at a basic level.
Takes action on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm, with direction from more experienced staff.
Collaborates by building partnerships to meet shared objectives.
Communicates one-on-one to convey a clear understanding of the project needs to an internal project member.
Actively learns by gaining knowledge through experiences, using both successes and failures as learning opportunities.
Listens well to learn new ideas and concepts from more experienced staff.
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Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Job Type: Regular
Job Category: Construction Services Group
ReqID: R-06935 #college