WMATA is planning a three-year capital project that will reconstruct the outdoor platforms at 20 Metrorail stations to address structural deficiencies. The Assistant Resident Engineer supports the Construction Manager overseeing the activities of the office engineers, construction inspectors, administrative, and project personnel. The Assistant Resident Engineer will monitor contractors’ work for compliance to schedule, budget, technical specifications, and legal requirements; resolve design and field construction problems; attend progress meetings and report on project status; expedite design and field changes; review contractor requires for change; and when appropriate, assist in preparing contract change orders and modifications. This position requires an effective team leader who can mentor project team members and foster a working environment where project staff can work cooperatively to deliver the project on time and on budget. This individual will be responsible for managing all aspects of the contractors performing their work.
Work is performed within a general office environment 50% of the time. Work is generally sedentary in nature, but may require occasional standing and walking. Field work is required 50% of the time where work may be conducted outside in one or more of the following conditions: heat or cold, wet or humid, and dry or arid. Must be able to work in confined spaces. Some lifting (up to 25 lbs.) may be required as needed.
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