The Project Engineer performs a variety of engineering and administrative activities relative to project planning, estimating, scheduling, project buy-out, budget administration, contract and subcontract administration, procurement, expediting, cost control and document control.
In this role, you will optimize manufacturing processes, design cell layouts to maximize efficiency, and develop tooling and fixturing. You will implement validation plans, troubleshoot using six sigma tools, and lead continuous improvement and cost savings initiatives. You will participate on New Product design teams for DFM.
In this role, you will collects necessary documentation to identify and determine impact of potential contract changes, disputes, and claims. Leads LEAN/SQP committee and identifies improvement opportunities.
Coordinate development of tolling systems from concept of operations through construction; supervise development of conceptual and preliminary design documents and cost estimates for tolling systems including design-build Request for Proposal (RFP) documents; provide review of design-build contractor submittals; and provide support for integration of tolling systems with other roadway systems during construction.
The Tooling Product Engineer will be working with a variety of engineering functions in planning and designing of tools, equipment, machinery, processes and oversee the installation, operation and maintenance of equipment and tooling.