Project Engineer

Engineering Medford, New Jersey


Position at Panther Technologies

Cascade is subject to the federal contractor mandate regarding COVID vaccinations. Should the COVID vaccination mandate be reinstated, all employees will need to be vaccinated or have a limited religious or medical exemption.

Position Summary:

This position reports to the General Manager and is responsible for assisting in the proposal and project execution project. . The Project Engineer position is responsible for overseeing field activities including quality control, health and safety, and client relationships. In addition, the Project Engineer also supports proposal development cost estimating, submittals, scheduling and equipment procurement. This position is an office and field position depending on the current workload and would require some periodic travel.  The position provide a path to project management and executing proposals and jobs independently.


  1. Assist with project planning and field mobilization efforts. Develop equipment schedules and material takeoffs; prepare specifications and requests for bids for subcontractors and material vendors. Compare bids and recommend the selection of subcontractors and material vendors.
  2. Perform site visits on new project opportunities to determine site conditions including available site power utility/facility constraints construction permits; evaluate potential site support contractors and assist with preparation of cost estimates.
  3. Assist with material and equipment inspection testing and quality control documentation in our shop and general preparation for deployment of equipment and materials to project sites.
  4. Assist field teams to ensure project specifications and engineering requirements are being adhered to. Troubleshoot any engineering or logistical problems with the Project Manager and Site Manager.

Field Engineering [As Needed]

  1. Perform the function of field engineer (as required) including hands on field work and/or field engineering quality control inspection and documentation supervision of field staff and subcontractors review of daily work production reports project schedule progress and budget compliance. Communicate progress or issues with project manager or construction manager.
  • Assist with field construction and/or site operation efforts
  • Prepare detail drawings and supervise fabrication/construction as needed
  • Verify that daily production reports are maintained
  • Perform field QA/QC to ensure construction work is performed in accordance with design drawings specifications and SOPs
  • Keep project manager and client informed on performance progress or issues.
  1. Communicate and coordinate work quality or safety concerns to the Project Manager Technology Director or Vice President as necessary to ensure proper and safe completion of the project.
  2. Support construction and operations field staff with troubleshooting (remotely or on-site as applicable). Occasionally cover field work as needed.

Additional Responsibilities:

  1. Always look for new and better ways to streamline the cost and performance of our projects capture information and make overall improvements as learning takes place.
  2. As directed develop new methods/equipment in accordance with approved budget and scope.
  3. Continue to gain knowledge on the remediation of contaminated materials and look for opportunities for continued education or seminars.
  4. Travel as necessary to perform position description duties. Expect up to ~10% travel for periods of several days to 2 weeks. Occasional longer trips may be necessary depending on project tasks and workload.


  1. Experience Required:
  • Five years engineering experience in environmental remediation or related construction industry
  1. Education Required:
  • 4-year degree in engineering or related discipline
  1. Certification/Licensing:
  • 40 Hr. OSHA Hazwoper training and current 8 hr. refresher (co. will provide if not current)
  • Professional Engineer or EIT with ability to obtain PE preferred
  1. Skills/Aptitudes:
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and stay organized while doing so
  • Self-starter with outgoing personality traits; Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication and organizational skills
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Word Excel Outlook and MS Project (or similar)
  • CADD Experience preferred
  1. Level of Supervision:
  • Work independently based on general instructions directions or objectives received from supervisor or project manager(s)
  • Complete assigned tasks based on instructions directions or objectives received with varying degrees of supervision from supervisor or project manager

Offer of employment is conditional upon passing a pre-employment criminal background check and drug test and maintaining a clean driving record, in accordance with DOT requirements.  

Cascade Environmental, LLC, and our subsidiaries is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state or federal law. This policy applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits, and termination. EEO is the Law. 

Cascade is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at (425) 527-9700. 

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