American Block - Engineer

MAJOR FUNCTION:
Under the direction of the Director of Development, the licensed Architect is responsible for preparing complete and accurate construction plans, specifications, and detailed drawings in order to obtain necessary approvals from authorities having jurisdiction. The architect will also oversee the prototype production and construction related inquiries.
SPECIFIC DUTIES:
  • Coordinates, produces and checks engineering drawings for conformance to appropriate engineering standards and company requirements.
  • Coordinates Civil activities including in-house and vendor information; process, piping, plan preparation, specifications, and construction related inquiries.
  • Performs layout studies and assists the Director of Development in developing site analysis and cost estimates for new potential sites.
  • Independently develops CAD drawings from design sketches, reference material, field notes, verbal instructions and catalog information.
  • Performs field work as necessary.
  • Provides technical input for QA/QC.
  • Develops and leads site wide initiatives assigned to particular asset classes to improve process safety, reliability, and cost performance.
  • Development of feasibility studies, sample and analysis plans, remedial decision documents, treatability plans and reports, remedial action designs, opinions of probable cost and construction estimates, operations, maintenance and monitoring manuals, and related activities, including site investigation activities, scheduling, sample collection, subcontractor oversight, and management of field health and safety.
REQUIREMENTS:
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
  • Maintains a current Professional Engineering License with the ability to obtain licenses throughout the US.
  • Must have or develop proficiency in the interpretation and application of jurisdictional regulation and industry construction/inspection codes and standards.
  • Positive demeanor, high energy level and ability to smoothly shift between priorities.