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JOB INFORMATION
POSITION TITLE: Construction Engineer I
COMPANY: G P Roadway Solutions
LOCATION: Halawa- Construction
REPORTS TO: General Manager
ADDRESS: 660 Mapunapuna St., Honolulu, HI 96819
DATE: June 5, 2019
POSTING: 2019-073
PRINCIPAL DUTIES
  1. Has a general understanding about contracts, bid assumptions (how the contract was bid), plans, specifications, DBE’s, subcontracts and purchase orders.
  2. Participates in planning and scheduling process and can establish simple project schedules.
  3. Coordinate and participate in team meetings, which schedules key agenda times.
  4. Utilizes and interprets the schedule to determine extensions or acceleration due to impacts of weather, change orders, delays etc.
  5. Is responsible for all required contractual documentation which includes; incoming/outgoing correspondence, daily reports, weekly progress, drawings, submittals, subcontracts, purchase orders, payment requests and invoices.
  6. Is responsible for the surveying function of the projects, pre-job, post-job, survey logs, and GPS modeling.
  7. Must have thorough understanding of the contract payment terms. Prompt and accurate preparation of application for payment, follow-up to ensure timely payment and release of retention.
  8. Is accountable for reviewing, inputting and monitoring the job quantities. These quantities are needed for cost accounting systems and Applications for Payment.
  9. Must coordinate and schedule submittal data in a timely manner. Submittal data may include show drawings, photos, material certificates, test reports.
  10. Advises Project Team of any potential changes to contract and is able to promptly notify owner/agency in writing of any changes per contract.
  11. Coordinates with relevant public utility companies, in securing necessary permits in advance of work dates.
  12. Must be involved in development of the Site Logistics Plan prior to commencement of the work.
  13. With direction, is able to prepare temporary traffic control plans that will meet the necessary agency requirements and satisfy the needs of the project.
  14. Able to develop plans, i.e. paving plans, that will assist in project scheduling and clearly disseminate the plan of work to be executed to the Field and Project Team.
  15. Accountable and responsible for project safety, assists Project Team in carrying out a thorough safety program.
  16. Assists the Project Team to ensure that equipment is used safely (e.g., planning critical lifts with cranes). Should help in maximizing utilization of Company equipment by being aware of what tools and equipment are being charged to the project.
  17. Ensures a safe work environment in compliance with all federal, state, local and company safety policies and procedures using appropriate tools and equipment for the task.
  18. Responsible for coordinating the closeout process in conformance with operational procedures.
  19. Must demonstrate a growing familiarity and understanding of the standard specifications and requirements of the various agencies that the company deals with (county, state and/or federal).
  20. Understands both legal requirements and Grace Pacific’s policy requirements of our work environment is essential for Construction Engineering to function properly, and as such He/She is required to:
    • Learn, understand and maintain knowledge of current laws, contract requirements and Safety and Health, Environmental and Quality standards.
    • Comply with such laws and policies by properly:
      1. Protecting the project, adjacent properties, and endangered species
      2. Disposing of waste materials (waste and borrow agreements)
      3. Obtaining required permits (i.e. storm water control, demolition etc.) prior to beginning work.
      4. Notifying utility Owners
      5. Responding to and documenting any environmental incidents
PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS
  1. Degree in engineering, structural, mechanical or civil specialties preferred, a Master of Science Degree or equivalent work experience.
  2. Fundamentals of Engineering certificate preferred.
  3. One to two years of work experience at the Construction Engineer I Level, or equivalent work experience.
  4. Proficiency with Word, Excel, Email. Competency with MS Project, Vista, Autocad, Plangrid and aptitude to learn relevant systems.
  5. Math aptitude to perform daily tasks.
  6. Ability to read and comprehend contract documents, job specifications, blueprints, and other technical and/or legal information.
  7. Valid Hawaii driver’s license and favorable traffic abstract.
  8. Ability to work independently and ensure completion of job in a timely manner.
  9. Excellent organizational, communication, documentation and interpersonal skills
  10. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

 

Note: The above reflects essential information to describe the characteristics of the job and shall not be construed as a detailed list of all job requirements, nor shall it in any way limit the right of management to assign work or direct the work force.

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