Reporting Structure/Limits of Authority and Responsibility:
Supervision and guidance mainly focus on overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters. The Project Engineer consults with their supervisor regarding problems and developments.
In a supervisory role, the Project Engineer plans, develops, coordinates, and oversees either a significant engineering project or several smaller projects with complex features. They perform technical engineering or inspection duties, track project budgets and schedules, ensure timely submission of deliverables to clients within the allocated budget, maintain existing clients, and generate new business. Additionally, they hire, train, and supervise subordinate personnel. The Project Engineer actively contributes to the growth and development.