Sr. Facilities Engineer/ Project Manager
11411 139th Place NE Redmond, WA 98052 US
Under general direction, the Senior Facilities Engineer determines approaches to objectives
demonstrating a complete understanding and application of principles, concepts, and practices.
Typical responsibilities include:
- Provides solutions to problems involving unusual complexity
- Conceives and plans facilities engineering projects involving the development of new approaches and methods to attain objectives
- May provide input to department objectives and long-range goals
- Keeps current within area of specialty in support of project assignments
- Provides technical advice on projects, including feasibility, planning, costs, and time requirements
- Prepares data required for special projects to ensure maximum cost effectiveness
- Acts as a technical advisor and expert on process systems, as well as equipment and manufacturing facilities
- Ensures that work performed by the Company’ s personnel or contractors conforms to national, state and local laws, regulations and codes
- Develops standards and design criteria for projects such as the construction and renovation of facilities, office and plant layouts, space planning, etc.
- May direct critical projects with large scope and difficult complexity
- May represent the organization at staff meetings, project review meetings, etc.
- May assign projects and provide direction to less senior employees and support staff
- Represents the Company as the prime contact on assigned facilities engineering projects
- May plan, schedule, oversee, and assign preventive maintenance and repair assignments
- Plans procurement strategies and provides technical expertise in the construction of well head facilities, pipelines, and treatment plants
- Project planning and Scheduling
- Knowledge of industrial manufacturing or construction.
- Facilities Engineering principles and practices
- Standards, codes, and regulations pertaining to the design, construction, and maintenance of structures and facilities
- Computer systems and applicable software
- Modern materials, methods, and techniques of design, construction, installation, and maintenance of structures and facilities
- Site remediation and treatment operation
- Development and use of contracts, estimates, and specifications
- Techniques and procedures of project management and procurement
- Occupational Safety and Health regulations and safe work practices
- Elements of cost in construction and maintenance, including the determination of unit cost records
- Cost of construction and maintenance, including the determination of unit cost records
- Building construction processes and procedures, equipment, tools, materials, and their application
- Local, state, and federal building codes and standards
- Inspection and investigation techniques
- Use of engineering instruments and tools
- Facility and equipment maintenance principles and practices
- A Bachelor' s degree in an appropriate discipline and six (6) years of directly related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.