Harder Mechanical Contractors Project Engineer in Reno, Nevada
Are you an experienced project engineer looking for your next challenge in the construction industry? Harder Mechanical Contractors is looking for you! We have immediate openings for talented project engineers with experience managing construction projects ranging from $250,000 - $15 million or more. Our work extends across various market sectors and includes high tech construction projects in the semiconductor industry, industrial projects such as paper mills and power plants, and commercial work in hospitals, data centers, food & beverage, and more.
As a Project Engineer, you will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and executing a specific scope of the project. You will coordinate with field labor to ensure the work is completed safely, on schedule, and up to Harder Mechanical's quality standards. You will take on more responsibilities within the team and be a resource for training and mentoring newer engineers.
This role supports all the market sectors in which we work and it prepares you for the next step into becoming a project manager.
Review construction drawings and compile project scope and quantities
Resolve engineering issues and constraints through communication with design engineers, owner representatives, and fellow team members
Monitor field construction and ensure compliance with construction plans and specifications
Engage in work sequence planning
Prepare and monitor work packages, including labor and cost estimates
Track construction progress and update status weekly
Organize project records in an effective document control system
Mentor new engineers in their roles, taking responsibility for their training and development
Assist the project manager in additional duties as required
Estimate future work
4-10 years of construction management experience
Proficiency in reading mechanical and plumbing drawings
Ability to communicate with a broad spectrum of people including suppliers, field crews, designers, and owners
Strong time management skills and ability to prioritize tasks on an ongoing basis
Relentless commitment to teamwork and client satisfaction
Basic computer competency, including Microsoft Office and Bluebeam
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Construction Management or equivalent work experience
Nice to Haves
Familiarity with mechanical systems
Interest in LEAN construction principles
Passion for ongoing learning and keeping up with industry trends
Ability to travel to other regions to gain exposure to additional markets and industries
Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits -- employee premiums covered 100% by the company
Generous retirement package + 401K matching
Company paid holidays
Paid Time Off
Professional development and training opportunities
Team environment that promotes individual growth
This position is salaried.
No recruiters. No phone calls please.
Harder Mechanical is a large, nationally recognized contractor with an outstanding reputation for working safely, meeting tough schedules, delivering a quality project and coming in on budget. Based in Portland Oregon, we work primarily in the 11-western states with regional offices in Reno, NV; Phoenix, AZ; Richmond, CA; and Salt Lake City, UT.
For over eighty years, Harder Mechanical has continuously refined its processes, creating safe environments from which our skilled staff can focus on the quality craftsmanship we demand. As the needs of industry evolve, we apply our expertise to each new challenge. For each industry we serve, Harder stands as the leading service provider in the region. We have found strength and stability in our diversified skill set. By providing quality service to all of these industries, Harder continues to be strong and ready regardless of fluctuations in individual industries.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates.