Project Engineer - Water Well Pump Company
Pacific Coast Well Drilling has earned significant recognition in the California groundwater development industry, specializing in providing deep-well turnkey drilling solutions for municipal, agricultural and large-scale commercial projects. In addition, its vertically integrated pump division, Precision Hydro, offers a complete range of high-quality pump services, including system design, new installation, as well as complete monitoring and maintenance programs.
Reporting to the Project Manager, the Project Engineer will support the water pump operations. The ideal candidate will have the ability to prioritize a variety of tasks with little supervision, work independently and contribute effectively as a member of a larger team. The position requires technical pump, mechanical, and electrical experience; involves working in the office and on occasion, at the jobsite.
Duties / Responsibilities:
Assist Project Manager with the management of projects from conception through completion;
Closeout jobs after completion (analyzation and record keeping of completed job folder);
Assist Project Manager with project planning, to ensure efficient execution by field crews;
Determine project specifications by studying product design, customer requirements and performance standards;
Assist with project schedule by following job specifications, calculating time requirements, sequencing project elements;
Assist Project Manager with technical aspects of bidding and execution of the projects;
Create and assist with bill of materials (BOM), procurement and maintaining BOM records current;
Create and assist with project folder;
Develop and maintain an inventory of parts to expedite project execution;
Responsible for vendor correspondence;
Ensure projects are completed according to project plans and specifications through communication with Project Manager and Field Superintendent;
Act as the primary technical point of contact for the Project Manager;
Create documentation and implement Standard Operate Procedures (SOPs).
Trade school graduate; Bachelor’s Degree preferred;
At least 5 years of relevant experience with pump systems, or equivalent combination of training and education;
Proficiency with industry-related digital technology and software applications, as required by the company;
Proficiency with the MS Office suite of products;
Exceptional oral and written communication and interpersonal skills;
Astute time management, attention to detail, organizational and ability to work effectively alone, or in a team environment skills;
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
$25.00 - $30.00 per hour DOE for this non-exempt, full-time position.
Medical; dental; vision; 401(k)/ROTH retirement plan, with employer match up to 4% annually; 10 days paid vacation within the 1st year and rising thereafter incrementally; standard California 24 hours annually paid sick time.
Paso Robles, CA (in office position)