Resident Engineer - 2902
STV currently has an opening in its’ NYC Office for a Resident Engineer for our Transportation and Infrastructure division to work on transportation and bridge projects in the New York Metropolitan Area. The Resident Engineer should have a minimum of 3 years of experience as Resident Engineer or Assistant/Night Resident Engineer on infrastructure construction projects (street reconstruction/sewer/water main, etc.). Candidate should have experience with and working knowledge of NYCDDC, NYSDOT and/or NYCDOT policies, procedures, and specifications for City Reconstruction Contracts. Excellent written and verbal communication, organization and time management skills.
The Resident Engineer leads and supervises / manages a field staff (including monitoring budgets) for inspection of construction; reviews the construction schedule and chairs job related meetings; reviews and monitors the Contractor's for contract compliance; reviews and provides recommendations to the Design Engineer concerning Contractor’s Requests and serves as the Owner’s on-site representative with the Contractor to coordinate and monitor matters of quality, schedule, cost, substantial conformance to the contract documents.
- Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering required
- 15 years of relevant experience with RE experience working on roadway, utility and bridge rehabilitation construction projects
- Professional Engineer (PE); registration in NYS or ability to be registered is required
- Master’s degree in Construction Management or Engineering is a plus
- Experience with NYC, NYS and MTA agencies is a plus
As a matter of policy and to protect STV’s colleagues, clients and business partners, STV requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of such vaccination to STV as of the start date of their employment.
STV considers all applicants for employment without regard to actual or perceived age; arrest or conviction record; caregiver status; citizenship status; race; color; credit history; creed, disability; sex; gender; gender identity or expression; hairstyle; immigration status; marital status; military, uniformed service, or veteran status; ancestry or national origin; creed; citizenship status; partnership status; disability; pre-employment marijuana testing; pregnancy; race; religion; salary history; sexual and reproductive health decisions; sexual orientation; status as victim of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking; unemployment status; or any additional category or characteristic that is protected as defined by applicable federal law, the New York State Human Rights Law, and New York City Human Rights Law, as amended from time to time.