Job Title: Project Engineer
Publicly traded, Central NJ Water/Wastewater Utility seeking a highly motivated individual with Engineering degree (PE preferred) that will provide the project management and technical engineering support for delivering various projects as part of a growing capital program focusing on infrastructure for the Company’s facilities.
Under the guidance of the Engineering Manager, this position will provide engineering support and project delivery services for varied new, replacement and upgrade projects throughout the Company including planning, design and/or construction inspection and management as needed. The types of projects include pipe work, buildings and pump stations, storage reservoirs, hydraulic modeling, tanks, and treatment plants. The work is a combination of self-performed and oversight of consultants and contractors.
To be considered for this position, your qualifications for the position need to include:
• B. S.C.E. or equivalent.
• Professional Engineer’s license preferred. E.I.T. certificate required
• 5 to 10 years’ experience in utility engineering/construction.
• GIS, CMMS/WOMS, MS Project and supervisory skills preferred.
• Good analytical skills and problem solving abilities are required.
• Must be able to effectively communicate a variety of technical and non-technical issues with customers, staff, peers, and superiors.
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
• Must have the ability to climb and access construction work sites such as construction excavations, concrete vaults, and scaffolding.
• Valid NJ driver’s license
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements by: e-mail to HRG@middlesexwater.com by fax to 732-638-7667 or by mail to HR Generalist, Middlesex Water Company, 1500 Ronson Road, Iselin, NJ 08830.
No Phone Calls Please.
Candidates must possess authorization to work in the United States.
Middlesex Water Company and its' subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Candidates must be able to pass a Drug Screen, Pre employment physical, background check, and have a valid driver’s license.