Freese and Nichols, Inc. Engineer I- Resiliency design in Houston, Texas
To make the transition from learning to applying basic engineering principles, while contributing to project assignments. Become familiar with the engineering staff, methods, practices, and procedures of the firm.
Perform specific and limited portions of a broader assignment.
Apply standard practices and techniques in specific situations.
Collect, adjust, and correlate data and recognize discrepancies in results.
Become familiar with accepted criteria and methods.
Perform project assignments within the scope of work and guidelines defined by the Project Engineer and within the time and schedule allocations agreed upon by the Group Manager.
Supervision of Others:
Responsible for coordination of project efforts contributed by technicians and/or drafting personnel working on the same project.
Group Manager and Project Engineer
Extent of Authority:
Changes, problems, or discrepancies will be resolved by the Project Engineer.
With the approval of Project Engineer, may contact local, state and federal agencies and client personnel to request and check data, reports, and other material.
Primary contact with project staff to obtain information and review work in progress by supervisor.
Minimum Experience - Experience in Treatment, Transmission, and Utilities preferred.
Education (Minimum) - B.S. degree in applicable engineering discipline or equivalent.
Certification - None, Must pass FE Exam within first year to advance to Engineer II.
Participate as member of professional and technical societies.
EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled