DCM

Project Engineer

At DCM, we specialize in integrated industrial construction, maintenance, and turn-around services. Leveraging our deep industry knowledge, extensive experience, and a record of success in various markets both in Western Canada, we cultivate enduring partnerships with our clients. DCM has a subsidiary company that provides specialized detailed engineering to the heavy industrial space.  Successful candidate will have opportunities to cross train between the 2 businesses to gain technical design experience. As a field engineer or project coordinator at DCM, you will join a mission-driven team committed to leading the industry. We aim to foster a workplace that values innovation, safety, quality, efficiency, and enjoyment. We take pride in our diverse and talented workforce, whose wide range of skills fuels the continuous growth and success of our company.


MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in developing cost estimates.
  • Review construction plans, designs, bidding documents, and technical specifications.
  • Evaluate contractor bids and assist in the selection process.
  • Address inquiries related to project scope and timelines.
  • Monitor project costs and progress to ensure adherence to budget and schedule.
  • Manage and archive all project documentation effectively.
  • Create, manage, and track Requests for Information (RFIs) between the construction field team and the architect/engineer of record.
  • Update and maintain accurate project records.
  • Support the project manager and superintendent in scheduling and overseeing construction activities.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution among stakeholders including owners, contractors, and subcontractors.
  • Process submittals from subcontractors and ensure approval from the owner’s representative.
  • Coordinate the management, creation, and negotiation of project change orders.
  • Conduct weekly project meetings with owners, documenting decisions and updates.
  • Provide technical assistance to the construction team under the supervision of the Project Manager.
  • Oversee site safety programs and documentation in collaboration with the project team.
  • Assist in the project closeout process, ensuring all contractual obligations are met.
  • Support the project accountant with the preparation of monthly billing and pay applications for subcontractors.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned by management.

REQUIRED SKILLS

  • Experience working as a project engineer or coordinator in an office or field role is an asset.
  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, mechanical, or electrical engineering, or a related field of study is an asset.
  • Computer proficiency utilizing Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Power Platform) and other applicable software programs.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks independently.
  • Proven ability to juggle multiple tasks and responsibilities while taking full ownership of their work.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Strong attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrates success in maintaining composure and effectiveness in the face of competing and complex demands.
  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability to change.
  • General knowledge of office protocols, routines, and procedures.
  • Ability to read and comprehend plans and specifications.
  • Self-motivated and proactive.
  • Able to accomplish tasks without direct oversight.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Full-time, permanent position.
  • Primary work location in Sherwood Park, Alberta.
  • Assignments to various DCM offices and sites across Western Canada as required.
  • Shift cycles and rotations may vary and are subject to change.
  • Must meet and maintain site access requirements.

Information

Closing date
01 Jul 2024

Type
Full - Time

Location
Sherwood Park, AB

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