Construction Project Engineer Intern

As innovators in the construction field for the past 80+ years, we?re constantly seeking ways to improve the process of building?in a brick-and-mortar sense and a people sense.
We are passionate about the construction process because we are builders at heart. We are in a rewarding business, in the finest region of our country, doing meaningful work. If you have a desire to be part of an employee-owned company that appreciates and encourages teamwork as well as the unique contributions of intelligent individuals, we?d love to hear from you.
Position Summary: The Project Engineer Intern gains experience providing project engineering, estimating, expediting, and office support for general construction and construction management projects.
Project Engineer Interns may be involved in and subject to the following duties and competencies of a seasoned Project Engineer at Story:
Job-specific Competencies and Duties: Knowledgeable and productive in the estimating, bidding and negotiating of contracts. Participates as a project team member in quantity take-off, pricing, and receipt of sub-bids. Directs procedures for shop drawing processing, expediting, and approval. Prepares preliminary and final construction schedules, schedules pre-construction meetings with owner, architect, engineer, subcontractors, and field staff, and conducts job-site visits.Researches specified materials for availability and pricing. Solicits competitive bids from reputable subcontractors and suppliers. Analyzes labor costs and submits partial payment estimates. Analyzes sub-bids and recommends award of subcontracts and purchase orders. Authorizes supplemental orders. Receives, evaluates, and prepares change order proposals. Issues supplemental orders to subcontractors and suppliers. Incorporates labor, material, and equipment costs with job labor costs and the job ledger. Expedites job close-out procedures including ?as-built? drawings, operation manuals, warranties, guarantees, service visits, punch list, sales tax reports, retainage releases, final acceptance, and final payment. Maintains project files for documentation as necessary. Develops a working knowledge of all software and project management tools related to the position. Completes craft field training and other trainings as directed by management. Reviews work with supervisor and secures approvals.
Workplace Competencies: Develops positive, constructive, and cooperative working relationships and communications with owners, architects, engineers, testing agencies, subcontractors, suppliers, and others. Exhibits objectivity and openness to others? views, gives and welcomes feedback. Contributes to building a positive team spirit and puts success of the team above his/her own interest. Identifies problems and issues in a timely manner, works to understand root cause, and resolves them in the early stages. Develops and implements alternative solutions. Participates in group problem solving and decision making; is open in considering new ways of doing things. Provides prompt, efficient, and personalized assistance to both internal and external customers. Is pleasant, courteous, and professional. Projects a professional image of oneself and the company. Demonstrates respect for coworkers, colleagues, and customers. Fully understands the company?s mission and functions. Understands market trends in the industry and the company?s position. Stays current on the company?s strategies to maintain competitiveness. Complies with applicable laws and rules governing work.
Management Competencies: Inspires respect and trust and motivates others to perform well. Reacts well under pressure. Links the vision of the work area to the goals and objectives of the company?s strategic plan. Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Detailed planning and scheduling of work and subcontractor coordination. Problem solving prior to their impact on the project.
Academic Competencies: Clearly expresses ideas and thoughts verbally and in written form. Practices meaningful two-way communication. Exhibits good listening and comprehension, identifies non-verbal cues, and responds accordingly.
Personal Effectiveness: Works with integrity and ethically. Upholds organizational values and knows the company?s core values. Takes steps to develop and maintain knowledge of industry. Demonstrates an interest in personal learning and development. Participates fully in relevant training programs to develop. Behavior is consistent and predictable. Is reliable, responsible, and dependable in fulfilling obligations. Demonstrates regular and punctual attendance. Checks work to ensure all essential details have been considered. Complies with company rules, policies, and procedures.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be currently working toward attaining a degree in construction engineering.
Travel: Some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected.Project Engineer Interns may be assigned to jobsites located across the state.
Work Environment: While performing the job duties, the Project Engineer Intern may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts, and vibration, within OSHA standards. Job tasks are performed in close physical proximity to other people. The noise level in the work environment and job sites can be loud. The position regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity, extreme cold, and exposure to dust.
Physical Demands: The Project Engineer Internwill work in conditions of repetitive movement, bending or twisting, and using hands to lift, push, pull, carry, handle, control, or feel objects, tools or controls. The Project Engineer Internlifts heavy objects, walks and stands for long periods of time, and performs strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions.
Hours/Benefits:The intern position is temporary (concurrent with a college term), full-time (40 or more hours per week), and non-exempt. No benefits are available for intern positions. 45901d597f5349d6be6ad2b5facdad87

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