Construction Project Engineer

5 - 7 years experience  •  Healthcare

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 04/26/18 by Judith Proctor
Los Angeles, CA
5 - 7 years experience
Healthcare
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 04/26/18 Judith Proctor

Kaiser Permanente's Construction department has immediate openings in LA & Orange County for experienced Project Engineers. Candidates will have 5-7+ years experience in general construction with an emphasis on medical and institutional construction. Must be competent in providing pre-con services, technical support, project scheduling and contract document coordination to construction team. CAD a plus. Additional duties include: 

Provides technical support, project scheduling and contract document coordination to project construction team. Plans and monitors on-site construction activities, maintaining liaison with architect/engineer regarding project progress and changes.

Insures project activities comply with company and architectural/engineering requirements, providing interpretation of design and application of construction methods.

Generate Subcontract Requests/Single-Source Requests; make recommendations for modifications, additions and/or attachments on Subcontracts.

Participate in the development and tracking of complex constructionschedules that reflect project scope, activity milestones and critical tasks that ensure overall project completion.

Assist the Project Construction Manager and Superintendents in performing constructability reviews of project documents.

Assist the Project Construction Manager and Superintendent in management of subcontracted trades from project inception (contract award) through closeout.

Generate all needed reports, RFI and ASI logs for project meetings. Manage and expedite the submittal process including reviewing for contract compliance. Submit shop drawings from two or more trades. Participate in the preparation and coordination in-house drawings when required by job conditions.

Develop costs for project change orders; track through approval process with Project Manager, Architect or Engineer of Record or Estimator and applicable state and local regulatory agencies.

Review and confirm subcontract billings. Make recommendations for subcontractor payment to the Project Construction Manager.  Maintain project cost reports. Confirm that all labor charges, subcontractor payments, and vendor invoices are charged to the appropriate project and CSI. Review all project cost reports for accuracy.

Manage the RFI process and ensure as-builts are up to date by posting RFI?s, change orders and other changes to the contract document.

Participate in the in laying out building components.

Develop project specific quality control and use the plan to confirm that construction has been completed within the parameters of, and in compliance with contract documents.

Fax Resumes to National Facilities Services (714) 572-7444.

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