Field Engineer
Tutor Perini Corporation
Gulfport, MS

About $70,000 - $94,000 a year

A Field Engineer should possess no less than 2 yrs recent experience in the position of survey or field engineer with a commercial or general contracting company. The primary responsibility is the development, installation and accuracy of Certified Project Controls, and ensuring building layout there from, including stacked control on any high rise structure. Accountable to the Superintendent for timely and accurate layout of all activities necessary to ensure schedule commitments are being met. The Field Engineer will be directly responsible for managing his time and scheduling his crew in accordance with the needs and direction of the Superintendent. He shall also be completely responsible for the accuracy of all benchmarks and control lines provided for others. Field notes and other related documentation are critical to the success of any project and must be kept in a secure place. Perform all essential functions and responsibilities in accordance with the company’s values and beliefs and in alignment with Roy Anderson Corp's policies. Responsible for following all local, county, state and federal and company policies related to the position.

1 – Financial Indicators

Looks ahead and pre-plans activities
Experienced in blueprint reading and has an understanding of the Contract documents as a whole
Has common knowledge of Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry and can accurately calculate dimensional data for layout work
Has common knowledge and can use surveying instruments, data collectors and must have basic computer skills
Has a working knowledge of job site tolerances and checks work
Jointly develops building control with Superintendent and takes initiative to install and have certified
Takes an active role in Job Site Safety
Maintains Field Notes and as-builts in an organized format
2 – Systems, Processes, Quality, Productivity, Efficiency

Knowledge of SOP and Safety policies/procedures
Ability to coordinate with Superintendent and Schedule layout crews to perform without delays
Has good understanding of construction process and knows subcontractor layout requirements
Attends all required meetings
All decisions are based on researched facts
3 – Customers, Design Consultants, Subcontractors, and Suppliers Relationships

Participates in submittals review and coordinates with Topo drawings
Emphasis on quality not quantity
Monitors subcontractors’ work to ensure tolerances are being met
Maintains a good working relationship with subcontractors
Proactive resolution of conflict and deals fairly with all people (both internal and external)
4 – Corporate Evolution

Ability to define problem areas and develop solutions
Makes suggestions to improve methods
Actively participates in “Best Practices”
Develops and trains all levels of young engineers, rodmen, etc., necessary to advance their development
Helps others work to their full potential
Is a team player
5 – Corporate Culture

Shows professionalism with others (employees, contractors, owners, etc.)
Communicates and exemplifies the Company’s vision, mission and core values
Participates in community-based organizations to enhance image
Connects employees with passionate, professional, personal proactive vision in their work
Respects the community in which you live and work
Creates balance with work and personal life
6 – Corporate Leadership

Serves as a role model and leader. Takes initiative and provides clear direction
Shares successes and lessons learned with others
Effectively listens, contributes and focuses on creativity
Participates in the development and execution of the company’s strategic plan
Carries the company flag and “walk the talk”
Takes active responsibility in his or her own personal development
Effectively builds on the strengths and weaknesses of team members
Explains own opinions and operates with integrity and honesty
Expresses issues, concerns, solutions and ideas to Project Team

Four (4) year Engineering Degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and work related experience. Working knowledge of construction equipment and techniques, drawings and specifications, building materials and required standards applicable to discipline. Ability to perform trigonometric calculations, either manually or with calculator. Working knowledge of department’s computer system and software. Ability to assume responsibility, interface and communicate effectively with others.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. On occasion it may be necessary to lift and carry or manipulate items of 25 lbs., walk over uneven or unpaved ground to reach a worksite in construction zones. This position may be required to perform a variety of construction tasks in all areas and aspects of the construction project – including scaffold or platform work, confined spaces and exposure to outside elements. If your position requires you to enter the field it is mandatory that you wear approved Personal Protective Equipment. This position may be required to work schedules which may include shift work, such as: dayshift, swing-shift, graveyard, holiday and/or weekend shifts. This position may also require occasional travel as necessary. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend, use hands, operate a computer, and have specific vision abilities to include close and distance vision, and ability to adjust focus working with computer and business equipment.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

Characteristics/Behavioral Expectations

On time to work Neat and Clean Appearance

Sense of urgency Knowledge of company policy

Verbal and telephone skills Leadership skills

Completes work on time Self motivated self starter

Compatibility with others Cost consciousness

Self confidence Ability and willingness to accept direction and/or constructive criticism

Mental Effort : Must pay close attention to detail with frequent interruptions. Moderate, variable


Working Conditions: Small or private office, large outdoor work area with varying conditions

depending on weather (hot, cold, muddy, etc.). Variable contact with fellow

employees, subcontractors and public.

Drivers License: Current valid driver’s license. Favorable driving record required for company vehicle

or auto allowance.

RAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer - - Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability)