York, PA, Pennsylvania
What’s it like to work in a manufacturing plant that prioritizes Safety, Quality, Schedule, and Cost (in that order) to all aspects of our business? The short answer is it’s challenging – but it’s the most rewarding and fun job you’ll ever have! Our client is seeking a project facility engineer at our York, PA facility. Our engineers plan, coordinate, execute, and deliver low to mid-level capital projects that support all business functions including facilities infrastructure. The primary goal is to ensure we deliver a safe and quality product to the customer. This position works a 9/80 schedule with typical hours 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and has every other Friday off.
As a Facility Engineer at our York facility, you will:
• Specify requirements and write purchase requisitions for facility items and projects
• Manage all disciplines of subcontracted construction projects (demolition, electrical, mechanical, structural, carpentry, painting, floor coverings, furniture, etc.)
• Manage a variety of subcontractors, reviewing requested work, writing work orders, inspecting work, and approving payments. This includes general construction.
• Manage Architectural and Engineering firms doing project engineering work as required.
• Support Safety and Environmental Objectives, including following policies, conducting area audits, alleviating issues, supporting risk reduction reviews/actions, and sustainability improvement projects
• Financial responsibilities: assuring expenses are applied to the correct Cost Center and Account assignments, completing projects within schedule/budget constraints.
• Assist with reviewing documentation associated with low to mid-level of complex projects including bids, statements of work, and project authorizations.
• Coordinate and oversee the completion of activities in all phases of the project cycle for facilities-related construction projects.
• Submit purchase order requisitions through Oracle-based software.
• Proactively maintain a safe work environment
• Promote a culture of safety, quality, schedule, and cost
• Perform multiple additional duties and other duties as assigned by the department manager.
• Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or technical discipline and four (4) years of related facilities project experience, or the overall equivalent
• Experience working in a manufacturing environment
• Ability to work well in a team environment
• Effective communication skills, written and verbal
• Solid problem-solving and analytical abilities