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Commercial Construction DFH Project Engineer

 

TITLE:  DFH Project Engineer

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:  Project Manager / Operations Manager

LOCATION:  Ontario, CA

POSITION SUMMARY:

Tired of being a desk-jockey?  Long to leave your mark on something of substance?  ISEC Project Engineers enjoy watching the interiors of award-winning buildings come to life as part of the team, installing commerical doors, frames and hardware, fine woodwork, ornamental metal, and decorative glass.  They collaborate with the field to innovate creative solutions for installing multi-million dollar high end hotels and high-rises, airports, ballparks, stadiums, casinos and hospitals. 

Our successful PEs are excellent at tracking details, monitoring statuses, and working under deadlines. If that describes you, apply now.  Leave your desk job and start your career.

ISEC is seeking the right person to join us, right now.  This PE will:    

  • Interpret contract documents and prepare RFI’s as required    
  • Assist in the preparation of submittals and shop drawing QCing.    
  • Prepare detailed “Release for Fabrication" packages to vendors.    
  • Coordinate the freight, shipping, deliveries, and unload logistics.    
  • Outsource, purchase and estimate as required.    
  • Have the ability to spend time on jobsites assisting in field dimensioning and onsite coordination.    
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, intellectually challenging, team environment.
  • Have the ability and willingness to take on the multiple duties required in a rapidly growing office.

 *Please note this PE supports a Commercial Construction Project Manager.  This is not a structural, civil, or electrical engineer position. 

Preferred Qualifications: (in addition to minimum qualifications)

Bachelor degree in Construction Management

At least 3 years experience installing commercial doors, frames and hardware

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor Degree in related field or High School Diploma with at least 5 years of relevant construction industry experience.  Or, at least 2 years College in a related field plus 2 years relevant experience as a Project Coordinator, Estimator, Purchasing Agent; in a construction related field.

2 years experience in commercial doors, frames and hardware construction

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Innovative/Critical thinker with strong numeric ability and reasoning 
  • Attentive to detail and organized
  • Detailed oriented
  • Ability to read blueprints
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite Applications  
  • Able to work in fast-paced, environment dealing with multiple team members  
  • Knowledge of Commercial doors, frames and hardware construction and installation

Unsolicited resumes will not be considered.  You must include the job number and title (310-9-17 DFH Project Engineer) of the position that you are applying for in the subject line and cover letter.  

COMPANY PROFILE:

Established in 1967, ISEC, Inc. is a leading national prime trades contractor for specialty building interiors and equipment.  Our core values:  commitment to customer, integrity, respect, safety, and teamwork are the cornerstone of our business.  We provide innovative solutions to projects involving general trades, architectural woodwork, ornamental metals, doors, frames & hardware, specialties, laboratory furniture, and medical equipment.  This diverse capability allows us to participate in a variety of complex commercial trade packages.

A $300 million a year business, we are an employee-owned company.  Headquartered in Greenwood Village, CO, we have regional offices near Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Phoenix and DC; as well as in San Diego, LA, Houston, San Antonio and Tampa. With close to 1,000 construction professionals and craftsmen, we are a great place to grow your career.

ISEC is a tobacco/smoke/drug free company, an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer and supports workplace diversity.  Women, Minorities, Veterans and Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply.

For more information on ISEC, or to review our FMLA notice, please visit our website: www.isecinc.com.

 

 

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