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C2AE Resident Project Representative in Escanaba, Michigan

Resident Project RepresentativeEscanaba, MIdivhr //divC2AE is a growing team made up of technical and creative people who love design. Our team is full-service, able to deliver the complete architecture, infrastructure and engineering package, and specializes in the markets of education, government, healthcare and manufacturing. We are looking for passionate problem solvers who are eager to collaborate on projects to improve the built environment and the world we live in.As a resident project representative you will be responsible for performing daily construction oversight and observation services for various types of infrastructure and transportation projects. Always a part of the larger team, this person works to understand the project needs and works independently on site with both clients and the construction firms. You will have a ground floor view of the projects that we are working on to benefit the communities we live in.divhr //divResponsibilitiesConstruction Observation (90%)ulliProvide on-site construction observation services for municipal infrastructure and construction projects./liliMeasure quantities, read and interpret plans, specifications and shop drawings./liliPerforma materials testing and maintain test logs./liliTransport testing equipment to and from the job site as needed./liliPrepare and maintain construction records to provide final field measured data to the Project Manager./liliReview contractor schedules and provide updates to Project Managers./liliReport issues to the Construction Engineer and Project Managers in a timely manner and work to resolve problems or conflicts with contractors involving the interpretation of plans and specification requirements./liliAct as a liaison with residents, clients, project managers and the construction team./liliOther related duties as assigned./li/ulAdministrative (10%)ulliParticipate in team meetings, all staff meetings, and other non-billable planning sessions./liliParticipate in training and development activities as needed and directed by supervisor./liliPerform administrative tasks including, but not limited to, time sheet completion, expense reports, completing correspondence, etc./li/ulTechnical QualificationsulliGraduation from a two-year technical college with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology or Surveying Technology, preferred./liliKnowledge of statutes/codes/regulations, including program procedures, methods and practices and their application to specific situations; typically learned through certification processes, associate or bachelor degree programs or a combination of experience and education./liliAbility to obtain and maintain required certifications (including, but not limited to: Troxler certification, aggregate, concrete and density testing certifications); preference given to candidates that have current certifications./li/ulPhysical QualificationsulliAbility to sit for prolonged periods of time/liliAbility to stand for prolonged periods of time/liliPhysical dexterity and ability to negotiate around a crowded and busy working office area, and around a crowded and busy working area; including construction sites/liliThis position requires the ability to lift and carry up to 75 lbs./li/ulOrganizational RelationshipsReports to: Project ManagerFLSA Classification

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