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Encadria Staffing Solutions places employees at Georgia-Pacific and many other Koch companies across the country. The Koch family of companies is built on principles of integrity and respect. We pride ourselves on doing the right thing... for you, for us, and for the companies we partner with. We provide opportunities for temporary,temporary-to-hire and full-time employment. If you are looking for your next career move, consider this- We are seeking an Engineering Manager for a large Engineering, Procurement and Construction project in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. This is a new construction project for a full scale pilot plant and a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of a technology that can impact the way the world handles waste in the future. This video link explains more about what we are going to achieve once this new technology is implemented. https://youtu.be/TnESG-chtak- Juno™ Introduction Video These are a few of the responsibilities the manger will have during the project. This role is working with John Zink, a Koch Industries company.This is a temporary 6+ month project based out of Tulsa, OK with 20% travel to Juneau, Alaska. 1. Typical Responsibilities/A Day In The Life Could Include: Facilitate production of engineering packages and resolution of technical issues. Read, interpret and enforce customer specifications for all equipment deliverables. Work closely with all engineering disciplines (Civil, Structural, Mechanical and I&E) to ensure engineering work is per customer specification and sold scope of supply and provides appropriate information for construction. Drive on-time engineering deliverables from internal and external partners. Drive on-time approvals of engineering deliverables from our customer. Review and approve engineering deliverables, including drawing packages, from internal and external partners. Manage the RFI process with our customer; to/from our vendors. Ensure on-time ordering of equipment per the scheduled date(s). Manage outside engineering contracts. Monitor engineering progress and provide input to project controls for tracking. 2. Requirements/What You Will Need to Bring With You (need to be measurable/objective): Bachelor’s degree in Civil,Construction or Mechanical Engineering or related field. Minimum of 5 years of construction engineering or design experience on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. Direct field experience with construction engineering on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. Working knowledge of civil, structural mechanical and I&E disciplines and construction deliverables. 3. Preferred Qualifications/What Will Put You Ahead (need to be measurable/objective): 10 or more years of construction engineering or design experience on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. 4. Physical Requirements: Capable of working in outdoor weather and environmental conditions including heat and humidity, cold,and high elevations. Standing for extended periods of time up to 10 hours per day. 5. Requisition: Contract Position, 6 months+/- Tulsa based position 20% Travel Contact Kyle.Etheredge@gapac.com to apply! https://employers.indeed.com/j#jobs/view?id=45e8e9f7df70 www.encadria.com
Looking to read up on project management and get learnt. Does anyone have books they would recommend? Thank you in advance!
Hey Guys, I wanted to ask if any of you have acquired or ever looked into a Graduate Certificate Program? more specifically for Project Management or Construction Management. For those who don't know what it is, Its pretty much a watered down version of a Master's degree but with 4-5 classes instead of the full Master's Degree curriculum. To give you guys a little background, I am a Civil Engineer with a BS and 5 years of experience. I am looking to take my PE next year. Along with my PE, I wanted to pursue getting my PMP and CCM in the future. I wanted to see if you guys think that going for a Graduate Certificate in Project Management or Construction Management is worth the trouble? Here is an example of what I'm talking about: http://www.worldcampus.psu.edu/degrees-and-certificates/project-management-certificate/overview Thanks