Graham Construction

Project Engineer - Infrastructure

INFRASTRUCTURE - Bellevue, WA - Full Time

Career Opportunity – Project Engineer – Infrastructure

Graham is a growing, dynamic and innovative construction solutions provider with history of success dating back to 1926. As an employee-owned company, you’ll be able to capitalize on our collective success by becoming an owner yourself. You’ll also be able to take advantage of professional development, learning and growth opportunities, while working on exciting, leading-edge projects.

We rank among Canada’s largest construction companies, are a Platinum Member of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies and are seeking top tier talent to further strengthen our capabilities. We provide a collaborative and caring culture and the necessary tools and support for you to succeed, both personally and professionally. If you’re eager to work on innovative projects, be part of a great team and become an employee-owner, Graham is the place for you.

As a member of our Infrastructure group, you will provide insight and innovative construction solutions to ensure the successful execution of various infrastructure projects, such as: roadways, highways and interchanges; bridges and overpasses; water and wastewater treatment facilities; transmission lines; general/public transportation including airports, seaports and light rail transit lines (LRTs); and conventional and alternative power generation like wind farms and district energy facilities. You will also further hone your skills operating under various delivery methods including Design-Build, P3 (Public-Private Partnership), Construction Management and IPD (Integrated Project Delivery).

About The Role

The Project Engineer is responsible for providing assistance to senior staff (Project Managers) in the coordination, scheduling, quantity surveying, reporting and quality control functions.  The Senior Project Coordinator reports to the branch manager or project manager. 

As a ­­­­­­­­Project Engineer at Graham you will:

  • Provide advanced technical and administrative support to facilitate effective management of projects to deliver on time and on cost.
  • Provide a high level of support  to  Project Manager in the development of project plans and activity schedules.  Source labor and sub-contractors requirements. 
  • Attend project team meetings.  Present comprehensive updates at project team meetings and documents outcomes.
  • Perform administrative duties; update schedules and budgets, maintain cost controls, monitor labor, material and equipment charges, record change orders update site drawings, maintain QA/QC and Safety records.
  • Work with the on-site Superintendent to update the project schedule and budget, to identify potential construction issues and to provide progress reporting to the Project Manager.
  • Work with the Project Manager to establish a cost reporting system for all project components, including:  excavation, backfill, formwork, rebar, concrete, embedded metals and underground piping.
  • Monitor daily, weekly and monthly labor, equipment, material and subtrade costs.  Monitor cost accruals and review with the Project manager on a regular basis.
  • Develop a schedule with the assistance of the Project Manager and assist PM with the development of bi-weekly schedules.  Monitor and update schedules on a regular basis. 
  • Control site instructions and change orders.
  • Maintain all QA/QC documentation, maintain records of all testing and inspections.  Ensure that all technical aspects of the work conform to all applicable codes and standards.

Required qualifications and experience:

  • Two year technical diploma or Mechanical, Civil or Structural engineering degree; or has equivalent experience
  • Must have 5 – 8 years’ experience.
  • Experience in a construction environment preferred.
  • Good communication, problem solving, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Computer literate in a Windows environment.
  • AutoCAD experience is an asset but not essential, we will train.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Opportunity for ownership and increased income through dividends and share equity increases.
  • 15% of annual profits are paid out in bonuses.
  • Excellent Health & Dental benefits plan, Life insurance, AD&D. LTD and Flex Plan.
  • 401(k) savings plan with employer matching upon eligibility.
  • 12 paid holidays a year.
  • 3 to 5 weeks of vacation per year, with credit for prior industry experience.
  • Professional and career development opportunities.

About Us

What we can offer you:

  • Strong commitment to safety in the workplace.
  • Grounded and family-oriented workplace in a progressive environment that is at the forefront of a fast evolving business sector.
  • Commitment to the training and wealth of opportunities for career development across job categories, project types and locations around North America.

Graham is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and employment selection decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Graham does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by country, regional or local law.

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View available job opportunities and submit your application online at www.grahamUS.com

Applications will only be accepted as online submissions through the Graham website.

Please, no unsolicited resumes or phone inquiries from agencies, thank you.

13555 SE 36th Street, Suite 120

Bellevue, WA 98006

Fax: 425-691-5524

Job Code: LS-18-099

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