Tasked with administration and technical support to the Project Manager and Onsite Construction team, this tiered role begins with an introduction to contract documents, interpreting and analyzing drawings and specifications, project coordination, execution of tasks, project scheduling and document control (i.e., submittals, change orders, RFIs). Experienced Project Engineers move on to more seasoned responsibilities that include creating and modifying project schedules, managing small jobs, construction oversight and learning how to manage project budgets. A great deal of emphasis is placed on customer satisfaction and timeliness of responses. Qualified candidates can obtain entry level roles with a Bachelors degree in engineering, construction management or architecture. Higher level Project Engineers may also require 2 - 3 years of experience and a proficiency with managing construction jobs. Candidates should be prepared with a project list to demonstrate their competency in this area.