06 October 2021
CEI Senior Project Engineer – Atlanta

Description

 CEI Senior Project Engineer in charge of identifying, marketing, pursuing, winning, and performing SPE services on CEI projects in the greater Atlanta area with States such as GDOT, County, and Municipal clients. CEI SPE will also oversee hiring CEI team personnel and fostering relationships with other CEI consultants.  
 
SUMMARY
Responsible for identifying, marketing, pursuing, winning, and performing SPE services on CEI projects with State, County, and Municipal clients. Provides construction contract administration and may act as the Lead Engineer for the company on one or more construction projects. Supervise other employees and oversee hiring CEI team personnel and fostering relationships with other CEI consultants.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Capable of supervising and coordinating all phases of field representation on large complex projects, and can receive general instructions regarding assignments and is expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in the solution of work problems
  • Direct highly complex and specialized construction engineering administration and inspection programs, ensuring compliance with GDOT standards
  • Ability to support new project pursuits, win work, and oversee a construction management team
  • Source, train, and develop staff
  • Plan and organize the work of subordinate and staff members
  • Develop and/or review policies, methods, practices, and procedures as they pertain to complex construction projects
  • Oversee the preparation and maintenance of construction project records in accordance with GDOT procedures including daily inspection reports and quantity computations, monthly progress reports and project logs, and the update of final estimates throughout the construction project duration
  • Direct and organize project meetings and oversee/assist with the preparation of meeting reports
  • Coordinate with sub-consultants and their staff assigned to projects
  • Examine the contractor's schedule for conformance with project requirements, monitor contractors job progress against the approved schedule, and update the approved schedule as required
  • Interpret plans and specifications for the contractor and discuss deviations from specified construction procedures to ensure compliance with regulations governing construction
  • Review drawings, specifications, and installation for constructability (plans, specs, shop drawings)
  • Review detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, events that affect the work, and other contract documents
  • Inform Client on project issues and provide them with recommendations
  • Interact with Project Managers and clients in a proactive manner to determine what routine issues affecting project management need to be addressed
  • Interface proactively with the project managers, contractors, and inspection staff on various facets of the project including review of contract plans and documents, day-to-day construction activities, and review of contractor's submittals
  • Utilize Client Relationship Manager (CRM) to accurately report and track ongoing business opportunities and pursuits
  • Ultimately responsible for proposal management on lead pursuits, including preliminary and final reviews
  • Other marketing duties include providing timely resume updates, project write-ups, proposal support, and participating in marketing initiatives as required
  • Ensure timely completion of timesheets and expense reports for self and team
  • Take ownership of personal career development by seeking and providing feedback, seizing opportunities to develop new skills, and setting and pursuing personal goals.
Requirements
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
  • A Civil Engineering degree and registered in the State of Georgia as a Professional Engineer (or if registered in another state, the ability to obtain registration in the State of Georgia within six months) 
  • Six (6) years of engineering experience [(two (2) years of which are in major road or bridge construction)] or [(five (5) of which are in major bridge construction) - for Complex Bridge Projects with the exception of PTS projects which require two (2) years of major bridge construction], or for non-degreed personnel the aforementioned registration and ten (10) years of engineering experience (two (2) years of which are in major road or bridge construction) 
  • A Master's Degree in Engineering may be substituted for one (1) year of engineering experience.
  • Must have, or be able to earn within 6 months, the following qualifications: GDOT LMS Quality Control Certifications and GDOT Advanced MOT.
  • Valid Driver’s License and a clean driving record
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
  • Master's degree in Civil Engineering
COMPETENCIES
  • Demonstrates understanding of supervising, managing, monitoring, and controlling priorities of work; reflects on end-state before issuing guidance and provides subordinates autonomy to get results
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English (verbally and in writing)
  • Able to direct highly complex and specialized construction engineering administration and inspection program; plan and organize the work of subordinate and staff members
  • Exemplifies a positive attitude and communicates expectations for a productive work environment; conveys priorities for development in the organization and encourages innovative, critical, and creative thought
  • Attentive to other’s views and concerns; is patient and takes personal action to improve situations
  • Recognizes personal strengths and weaknesses and is mindful of personal impact on others and the organization
  • Takes responsibility for their own decisions and actions as well as that of their subordinates
 
The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position.
 
The company provides equal employment opportunities to all individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, age, gender, veteran status, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, genetic information, gender identity, or any other protected category.