|Date Posted||September 19, 2022|
Ghafari Associates is looking for a CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER- ELECTRICAL to join the team. This role will be ON-SITE at the new FORD plant location in GLENDALE, KY. The position will begin in October 2022 and last (roughly) until March 2025. It is an hourly paid position, with potential for weekly OT pay (1.5x hourly rate) of 5-10 hours. There is also potential for a monthly stipend for expenses.
Construction Field Engineer inspects, monitors and documents the work in progress on site for facility projects during construction, commissioning, final acceptance, and post-construction phases to ensure the work is executed in accordance with approved plans, specifications, and the project schedule.
Essential Job Functions:
Serve as a liaison between the contractor, architect and engineers
Review, comment, and approve construction documents
Review, comment, and approve shop submittals
Review, comment, and approve Request For Information (RFI's) forms
Provide field checks and/or investigations as per request of office team
Gather site/facility photos during and upon completion of the project.
Attend construction meetings on behalf of AE Team.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering preferred
Professional Registration preferred but not required
5 years of experience with construction and the administration of construction contracts.
LEED training preferred
ADA training preferred
Safety training preferred
Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Schedule, AutoCAD and Revit experience preferred
Excellent communication and written skills
Since 1982, Ghafari Associates has taken a personal approach to highly technical projects in complex markets including: aviation, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, hospitality, K-12 and higher education. As a global team of engineers, architects, process designers, and consultants we blend insight with technological innovation helping clients elevate their efficiency, sustainability, and impact.
Continuously rated a Top Workplace to Work, Crain's Cool Place to Work, and a Best and Brightest company to work for in the US, Ghafari has made a name for itself through our culture, employee benefits, and portfolio of projects.
Over a quarter of Ghafari employees have diverse identities that are championed by our growing approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We provide flexible work environments allowing team members a schedule that benefits them, whether it is fully remote, hybrid or an in-office experience.
Through career mapping, Ghafari employees are encouraged to seek licensure, coached for knowledge growth, and provided opportunities for management and mentorship roles if interested. Our robust internship program recognizes undergraduate and graduate students from across the world, having an over 90% success rate of hiring our interns after graduation.
Join our team and work on forward-thinking projects all around the world. Ghafari's global reach creates an environment where individuals can build professional relationships while building sustainable and cutting-edge facilities. Are you ready to take that leap? Apply now!
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