Jacobs Field Engineer/Field Inspector - Amtrak ADA Stations Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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As a vital member of our People & Places Solutions team in the Americas, you’ll have the chance to work with our client Amtrak and their ADA Stations Program (ADASP) through the US. Mainly focused on the Golf States. We’ll depend upon your expertise in the field to perform or support all of the duties listed under the Contracting Officers Technical Representative (COTR) / Resident Engineer (RE). The goal of these projects is to bring all Amtrak station components into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). You’ll have a chance to work on a wide variety of project types with each station.
We’ll lean on you to be the eyes and ears in the field, record and report any deviation from the Contract requirements, call them to the attention of the GC’s supervisor and also report such deviations to the RE. Maintain accurate records of the GC’s performance and progress, including delivery and usage of material, labor, equipment and other pertinent matters. Verify that the GC is working from the latest approved Contract documents, drawings, Shop Drawings. Quality is of utmost importance., Assist the resident engineer in tracking quantities of work performed and materials used, as backup data for progress payments. We’ll need you to encourage and support a safety culture on the project. You’ll need to draw on your project experience in ADA compliancy and prepare a ” critical dimensions checklist” documenting status of ADA compliancy.
Join us and we’ll assist in continuing the development of your career and exploring all that you can do across our global company to make a positive and meaningful impact.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience in site development and building renovation
Overall knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Understanding and working knowledge of Microsoft office programs
Ability and desire to be onsite with travel up to 75% of your work time
Ideally, You’ll Also Have:
Associate degree in construction management, or a Bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering or related field.
Five years of construction inspection experience.
Working knowledge of Bluebeam, Adobe and Microsoft Office Suite.
Working knowledge of construction drawings, specifications and shop drawings.
Organizational skills with interest in renovation, transportation and historic preservation.
Experience working with Railroads, Rail stations or related work.
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