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HR Green - Construction Staff Engineer III - Resident Engineer

  • 10/26/2022 9:32 AM
    Message # 12967558
    Administrator (Administrator)

    HR Green

    Job Title

    Construction Staff Engineer III - Resident Engineer

    Job Location

    Corona, CA

    Job Status


    Job Description / Primary Objective
    Join our team! Our mission is BUILDING COMMUNITIES. IMPROVING LIVES. For over 100 years, HR Green has done exactly that, serving as a trusted partner to our Colleagues, our clients, and our communities. Each day, we work to find solutions that inspire our employees and fit our clients' needs to build trust to exceed our clients' expectations. We're proud to be ranked No.162 on Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms list in 2022, jumping up the list by 26 positions from 2021’s ranking. In 2021, we have also been awarded as a Best Place to Work!


    Responsible for the efficient management, execution, and quality assurance of Infrastructure Inspection projects. Will supervise others to evaluate in-place work elements, materials, design details and project related conditions to advise our clients on the recommended course of action to successfully complete projects.
    Requirements (Education, Certifications, Level of Experience) Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Responsible for the successful completion of infrastructure inspection projects.
    Understands and interprets local, state, and/or federal Standard Specifications and Procedures.
    Answers questions from the contractor/client and exercises independent judgment when making decisions to apply standards or modify construction plans to fit actual field conditions.
    Addresses complex construction issues such as structural issues, mass earthwork, roadway geometries, roadway closure, substitute materials, and utility relocation. Proactively advises client and contractor on the recommended course of action to resolve problems.
    Anticipates necessary work outside of the contract scope. Provides counsel to the client and key stakeholders regarding new approaches and to address problems, materials and methods that could contribute to a better project outcome, speed up the construction schedule, mitigate potential future risk, contribute to an efficient jobsite, or save money.
    Builds and fosters ongoing relationships with clients. Communicates with client and contractor to make recommendations and resolve challenges related to the project schedule, plan changes, and additional costs. Mediates project related matters with the contractor on behalf of the client.
    Manage relations with groups including government agencies, employees, residents, business owners, and the community to help build and maintain positive relationships with the public. Help clients maintain a positive image and identity.
    Inspects and documents the contractor’s work to record that it is being completed in conformance with the plans and specifications, contract documents, and applicable local, state, and/or federal regulatory requirements.
    Performs quality assurance checks and advises contractor of the best course of action when work or materials are not in compliance with requirements.
    Perform Constructability Reviews and makes recommendations to designer.
    Provides day-day direction and supervision to subordinate staff and evaluates their performance.
    Plans, coordinates, and supervises the work of subconsultants to enforce the project scope and approve invoices for payment.
    Leads progress meetings and attends meetings with the client, HR Green staff, and other key stakeholders.
    Assists in the development of the budget/contract, processes RFI’s, change orders and maintains neat and accurate project documentation (field book notes and measurements, field reports, project binders, etc.) for large projects.
    Performs other duties as assigned
    Travel to job sites is required


    Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) or equivalent in Engineering is required. A Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering is preferred.
    PE License in the State of California required
    8+ years of experience managing construction projects with a minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role
    Experience managing a wide range of infrastructure inspection projects.
    Familiarity with documentation requirements and inspection procedures is preferred.
    Understands complex construction issues, including structural issues, mass earthwork, and roadway geometry.
    Must have received training on equipment commonly used in the generation of engineering-related tests and analysis.
    Must possess knowledge of MS Office suite of products.
    Physical agility to perform tasks requiring a full range of body movements including lifting, pushing, pulling, bending, stretching, twisting, reaching, balancing, squatting, climbing, crawling, kneeling, or assuming crouched positions, repetitive arm, hand, finger, wrist, leg or foot motion
    Must be able to work in all weather conditions with frequent use of safety equipment, work outdoors, at elevations, or work on uneven ground or floor spaces.


    Not only does HR Green provide you with a place to grow, thrive, and enjoy your work, but we are also dedicated to delivering a comprehensive and multi-faceted benefits package. Visit our website for detailed total rewards information.

    HR Green is proud to be an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local law.
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