Project Engineer

Company Name:
Shuster Staffing, Inc.
Currently we have a Project Engineer position for a product line in Ivyland, PA.
Area of Expertise:
Post sales support including responsibility for managing multiple projects with varying degrees of scope and complexity.
Typical Roles/Area of Focus:
Incumbent( 9s responsibilities will generally focus on one or more of the following:
-Coordination with internal departments, outside contractors, inspectors, and approval agencies
-Preparation and submittal of approval documents
-Customer Support
Typical Duties And Responsibilities:
-Provide comprehensive project management skills to insure project milestone completion.
-Provide complete technical and commercial support to Regional Sales Managers, Distributors and Direct Customers when applicable.
-Represent company in customer meetings and coordinate commercial and technical negotiations.
-Utilize regular opportunities to continue education of self, as well as, coworkers (i.e. seminars, college or university courses, internal cross training, author technical papers, mentoring, etc.).
-AA/AS degree in Related Engineering Field w/ 5-10+ years experience
-BA/BS degree in Related Engineering Field w/ 3-5+ years experience
-MA/MS degree in Related Engineering Field w/ 2+ years experience
-3+ years of technical support experience
-Works with moderate guidance on projects with short-term focus
-Project management certification is a plus
Minimum Qualifications:
-Must have good project management, troubleshooting, and interpersonal skills.
-Experience in water treatment, oil/gas, and/or petrochemical industries is a must
All Employees Shall:
-Comply with the EH&S Policy and applicable regulatory and company EH&S rules and requirements
-Report to supervision conditions or practices that are either unsafe or that may adversely impact the environment, to ensure prompt resolution of potential hazards
-Attend scheduled EH&S training program
-Actively support the organization( 9s efforts to meet or exceed EH&S goals and plans
-Recommend improved EH&S practices

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