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Landfill Project Engineer

Job Description About You You're an independent, self-motivated, and objective thinker who doesn't need a lot of supervision to get the job done. You have a keen eye for identifying potential issues, and you like to work as part of a team to create solutions. You're looking for a position where you can work both in an office and in the field. You're not afraid to research solutions when you don't know the answer. Training comes naturally to you, and you enjoy sharing your knowledge and know-how with others. Position Snapshot Project Engineers at US Ecology facilities are asset builders and problem solvers, responsible for all aspects of project management. More specifically, this position will cover our Hazardous Waste Landfill in Belleville, MI. Day in the Life After grabbing your favorite morning beverage, you can expect to: Manage assigned projects  Work with internal customers and stakeholders on project needs Design solutions to complex problems and review designs by consultants  Develop safety plans and partner with the safety manager to ensure projects are completed in a safe manner Direct consultants and contractors  Develop project budgets, prepare contracts, and secure competitive quotes Complete projects on time within budget, without injuries, and in compliance with all applicable permits and regulations Prepare project summary reports  Maintain detailed project files  Develop operation and maintenance programs Other assignments as directed What you need to apply Bachelor's degree in civil/environmental engineering, construction management, or similar field Minimum of 5 years' experience in project engineering Outstanding organizational skills and excellent attention to details Proficient computer skills Experience reviewing engineering drawings (AutoCAD experience not necessary) Strong technical writing skills Ability to pass pre-employment background checks, drug screening, and physical #2155
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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