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Project Controls Engineer – New Mexico
Work Location: Onsite – Full Time
Duration: 11 months +
Rate: is open and non-exempt
Hours: Full time / 40 hours (onsite)
Per diem: $157.00/day (7 days per week)
Mob / Demob: GSA Expenses
Trip Home: 1 paid trip home per month
US Citizenship Required
Summary of Responsibilities
A project controls engineer ensures that all aspects of a construction project are managed effectively and efficiently. They work closely with the project manager to develop and implement systems and procedures to help the project stay on track and within budget.
As part of their job, includes the following:
- Monitor progress against the project schedule and budget
- Identify and resolve issues that could impact the project’s success
- Prepare reports for project stakeholders detailing progress, risks, and issues
- Develop cost-saving recommendations for the project team
- They need to have strong analytical skills and be able to think strategically. They must also be excellent communicators, as they will be working with various stakeholders, including contractors, suppliers, and senior managers.
- Developing and maintaining project schedules, budgets, and cost management systems
- Identifying and analyzing project risks and developing risk management plans
- Coordinating and communicating project information to all stakeholders, including project team members, management, and clients
- Monitoring project performance and progress and providing regular updates to project managers and other stakeholders
- Identifying and resolving project issues and conflicts
- Assisting in the development of project proposals, contracts, and scope documents
- Providing support during project closeout, including final cost reporting and project documentation
- Ensuring that project deliverables are completed on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of the client
They must understand Project Management, Cost Engineering, Schedule Engineering, Earned Value Management (EVM), and Risk Management principles. They must also have good knowledge in using Project Management software tools, scheduling software, and cost management software.
- A bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, or a related field is typically required. Some employers may also accept relevant work experience instead of a degree.