Field Service Engineer
- Location: Thailand
- Salary: Market related
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· Operate and monitor and maintenance wastewater recycle plant, (UF -MBR and Reverse Osmosis plant).
· Management of wastewater recycle plant according to standards, laws, and regulations
· Daily monitoring the wastewater treatment capacity and ensure to enough for commitment with customer
· Set up weekly and monthly meeting with customer
· Performing schedule preventive maintenance for all equipment at wastewater recycle plant
· Lead and supervise shift team to operate wastewater plant to meet the target
· Technical advisory and troubleshooting wastewater treatment process to solve issue
· Bachelor's degree in environmental, chemical engineer/science or any other relate filed
· 3-5 years experience in wastewater treatment plant, petrochemical plant or heavy industries business.
· Good command of English would be an advantage
· Can do shift work
· Able to work at Rayong (Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate)
· Have wastewater control license by DIW (Development of Industrial work)
An engineering and environmental sciences consulting firm that is employee-owned, full-service and serves both private and public clients across the United States is currently looking for an energetic Environmental Engineer with experience in investigating and remediating hazardous waste sites to join our Irvine, CA office. You'll be involved in exciting projects that cover the entire process, from planning and investigations to feasibility studies, remedial action plans, design, construction observation and project completion. These projects will include hazardous waste and brownfields site assessments, remediation system operations, maintenance and monitoring, remediation system engineering design, and vapor intrusion mitigation design and pilot tests.As a mid-level Environmental Engineer, your responsibilities will include: Developing scopes of work and budgets for proposals and work authorizationsManaging field investigations, collecting field data, overseeing data management, and interpreting data collected at sitePreparing plans and specifications for the remediation of hazardous waste sites and brownfields, and managing project schedules and budgetsProviding engineering and construction observation services during the construction and implementation of design projects To be considered for the role, you should have: BS and/or MS in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, or Chemical Engineering, or a similar degreeA minimum of 5 to 10 years' experience as a project engineer involved with planning, design and construction of environmental site assessment and remediation projectsEffective communication skills, both written and oralA clear California Professional Civil (preferred) or Chemical Engineer's license, or be on track for licensure within 12 monthsA current valid driver's license and clean driving recordMedical clearance to work on hazardous waste sites and the ability to lift 35 poundsAbility to multi-task, stay organized, work independently, collaborate with various project teams, possess a great attitude and be eager to learnProof of COVID-19 vaccination is required If you're passionate about making a positive impact on California's environment while advancing your career, then this is the right place for you.
Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to become a Senior Environmental Engineer in Seattle, Washington. Apply now and be a part of a team that values career development and work-life balance. This position also offers the possibility of a hybrid remote schedule for the right candidate. You will be responsible for the following: Providing project management for various engineering projects, including conducting engineering analysis and design, preparing reports and bid documents, and overseeing construction.Interacting with clients and stakeholders to ensure project success and addressing any concerns or issues.Developing business by identifying and pursuing new opportunities and maintaining existing relationships.Preparing remedial investigations and remedial design, feasibility studies, and collaborating with our nationwide team of environmental professionals.Ensuring that all work is completed in compliance with our project management and quality standards, as well as adhering to schedules and budgets. You will be successful in the role with the following: Possessing exceptional client management and business development skills, with a focus on delivering exceptional service to clients and promoting positive relationships.Having experience working with the EPA or DOD clients and with soil excavation projects.Having strong verbal and written communication skills, including coordinating with federal/state/local agencies on regulatory requirements.Having the ability to work as part of a team, including across technical disciplines, and be able to work in both a field and office setting.Possessing a B.S. degree (M.S degree preferred) in civil engineering, environmental engineering, geology, or related field and a current State of Washington P.E. license. Demonstrated experience in project management, engineering design, technical writing, and proposal development is required. With a competitive salary range of $110,000 to $155,000 per year and a fantastic benefits package, this job won't be available for long. Don't wait, submit your application today!
Job Title: Project Engineer or Project Manager - TransportationSalary Range: $100,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Phoenix or Tucson, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Responsibilities, Expectations, and Duties: Design and analyze freeways, highways, interchanges, roadways, and shared-use trailsPrepare studies, reports, plans, specifications, and cost estimates for transportation projectsAssist project managers in client relations, stakeholder management, and coordination of sub-consultantsCollaborate with project managers, engineers, technicians, and support staff to ensure project successTake responsibility for projects from beginning to end Qualifications, Skills, and Competencies: Preferably, experience and relationships with transportation agenciesFamiliarity with Bentley Open Roads, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other transportation engineering softwareStrong organizational, verbal, and written communication skillsAbility to interact with clients and multidisciplinary team membersWillingness to work on projects locally or in workshare with other officesExcellent interpersonal and customer service skillsStrong organizational skills and attention to detailBachelor's or master's degree in civil engineering from an accredited programEngineering in Training (EIT) certificate, ability to take the Professional Engineering Exam within a year, or Professional Engineer (PE)At least three (3) years of experience in roadway/highway and urban street designFamiliarity with Microstation, InRoads and/or Geopak, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other applicable software common to the field of transportation engineeringExperience with municipalities and/or Departments of TransportationHydraulics and traffic experience is a plus Benefits, including but not limited to: Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insuranceGenerous paid time off401(k) with no vesting periodProfessional development opportunities, including in-house trainingPaid professional organization membership and professional licensureAnnual health and wellness reimbursements via a Lifestyle Spending Account
Job Title: Project Manager - Water & WastewaterSalary Range: $120,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Phoenix or Tuscon, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Job Responsibilities: Manage and mentor Professional Engineers (PE's), Engineers In Training (EIT's), and other technical staffCreate and develop written proposals and may be required to do some technical writingManage and coordinate water and wastewater design projectsFacilitate and coordinate communication and the delivery of information between subcontractors, vendors, partner consultants, and clientsBuild relationships with current and future clients and vendors Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and/or master's degree in a related engineering discipline or in a related fieldPreference given to those registered (or have the ability to register) as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of ArizonaMinimum of 7 years of experience working with water/wastewater systemsMinimum of 2 years of experience as a project manager in an engineering environmentExcellent written and verbal communication skillsProficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Project, Outlook) Benefits: Industry-leading compensation and benefits plansFlexible work schedules and remote/hybrid options for most rolesRecognition of years of industry experience when calculating PTOUnique, creative, and challenging projects in a multidisciplinary environmentTwo-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational supportCareer-path structure to assist in reaching the next steps in a careerLongstanding history of working with local government and tribes to provide respectful cultural and environmental services to clientsCollaborative work environment encouraging information and idea-sharing across teamsCommitment to creating a diverse environment and being an Equal Opportunity EmployerMaintaining a drug-free workplace and performing pre-employment substance abuse testing
Envision a place dedicated to delivering an unparalleled employee experience, where you can engage in meaningful projects, shape your career trajectory, and receive investment and support from your colleagues. You'll be empowered to perform at your very best, equipped with the tools and resources you need, and receive the utmost care for you and your loved ones' well-being.At the heart of our company are our employees, and we strive to be the employer of choice. Our aim is to foster a stimulating, forward-thinking, and inclusive work environment that encourages personal growth, leadership, and career advancement for all. We welcome passionate individuals who challenge conventions, offer top-notch solutions, and bring unique perspectives. By joining our team, we can create a positive impact and help transform the world.Job Description Flexible work arrangements offered, including hybrid options.Develops large-scale projects, such as highways, tunnels, mass transit, and aviation engineering designs, with general supervision to meet client requirements.Reviews draft designs for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations while ensuring adherence to company policies and practices.Conducts site assessments to verify alignment with location specifications and updates design requirements as needed. *Performs inspections of both new construction and existing transportation structures as necessary.Collaborates with sales staff to enhance the visibility of the firm's products and services by attending conferences, symposia, etc. *Provides technical training and guidance to junior staff while also reviewing their work.Completes other duties as necessary. Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor's degree in Civil, Transportation, or Structural Engineering or a related field.A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience.Possible domestic and/or international travel, with the frequency contingent on workload, project demands, and the specific duties and responsibilities of the role.Additional directly related experience may be considered in place of a degree. EEO StatementWe attract the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. We strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. We provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that our employees plan, design, build and operate as diverse as the needs of our clients. CDM Smith is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, disability, citizenship status, genetics, protected veteran status or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.
Spencer Ogden are currently looking for an experienced Commissioning Manager to manage on site commissioning at a Water Treatment Plant in Woodlands, Singapore:Essential Responsibilities: Lead a safe and compliant workforce/organization to deliver on time & within budget. Carryout commissioning activities on site.Work with Customers, regional teams/leaders, Projects,Products and Engineering teams and Product Management teams to ensure project success.Execute all site activities and liaising with project teams, service teams, contractors, clients and Project Managers within the region.Coach, Train co-team members, deliver training to client teams & others as required.Responsible for project documentation including but not limited to: Environmental, Health and Safety, Quality, Cost, Continuous improvement and Compliance requirements.Meet all team goals for Safety, Cost & Project Deadline Qualifications/Requirements: Possess a University degree or certificate in Engineering, or at least 5 years’ proven work experience in water treatment fieldPrevious supervision / leadership experience in project execution activitiesBe able to demonstrate you have the ability to prioritise, organise work, meet deadlines, multitask, with limited direction.Strong communication and influencing skillsAbility to learn other software applications (PLC testing) with addition to MS OfficeAbility to work in and with cross-functional teams in a matrix environment – have strong Influencing skills and ability to communicate vision to clients.Experience and knowledge of water treatment systems and equipment. Ultra-Filtration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO), EDR, EDI, MBR, MABR, pumps, motors, FDA, filtration, UPW and chemical feed systems.Ability to travel, as needed – approx. 80% of time. Desired Characteristics We are looking for the following capabilities: Ability to communicate with concise verbal and written communication skills.Experience with all water treatment equipment & analysers.Individual must promote & work in a teamwork environment and be a positive member of the team.Be customer focused, clear thinker, and detail oriented.
We are currently seeking a highly skilled and experienced Senior Environmental Engineer for our Sacramento office. As a Senior Environmental Engineer, you will be responsible for providing project management, engineering analysis and design, preparation of reports and bid documents, client interaction, construction oversight, and business development. Responsibilities: Lead and manage projects, including remedial investigations and remedial design, feasibility studies, and soil excavation projects.Collaborate with our team of 500+ employees, including multi-disciplined scientists, engineers, and technical specialists across our nationwide offices.Develop technical reports and proposals.Maintain exceptional client management and business development skills.Adhere to schedules, scopes, and budgets, as well as our project management and quality standards.Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, including coordination with federal/state/local agencies on regulatory requirements.Ability to work both in a field and office setting. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering, geology, or related field. Master's degree preferred.Current State of California P.E. license.Demonstrated experience in project management, engineering design, technical writing, and proposal development.Strong experience with the EPA or DOD clients.Exceptional client management and business development skills.Ability to work as a team member across technical disciplines.Strong verbal and written communication skills. We offer a flexible work environment (this role can be remote for the right candidate) and a competitive benefits package. If you are an experienced Senior Environmental Engineer looking for a challenging opportunity with a reputable company, we encourage you to apply.
Spencer Ogden are currently looking for an experienced Project Engineer to support a new Ultrapure Water Treatment project in Singapore.In this position, you will be supporting and working with one of the largest Water Treatment System companies in the world with exciting new projects as a Project Engineer to support the engineering team of the project. Contract Specifics: Location: Woodlands, Singapore.Start date: Immediate starters preferredContract duration: 12 month renewable contractWorking schedule: Monday - Friday, 40 hours a week.Benefits: 14 days paid PTO, 14 days paid medical leave included in 60 days paid hospitalisation leave, personal medical insurance and group term life insurance. Responsibilities: Execution of project engineering for water system projectsMeet all team goals for Safety, Cost & Project DeadlinesExecution of project technical documentation including customer and partner deliverables and technical correspondenceAssist the Engineering Manager & Project Manager on project issuesExecute the project design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to business standards, practices, procedures, and product / program requirements (Good to have)Execution of project documentation including but not limited to: environmental, Health and Safety, Quality, Cost, Continuous improvement and Compliance requirementsEngineering support to the project construction, start-up and commissioning teams Requirements: Minimum 5 years experience in relevant positionBachelor's degree in Engineering in relevant field.Experience with project engineering execution for water system or water treatment projectsFluent English written and spoken language skills
Spencer Ogden is recruiting for a Roadway/Highway Project Engineer to join a company that has been consistently rated as a top work place in the United States. This company prides themselves on being people first, and offers many benefits including a flexible work policy, comprehensive benefits package, career growth opportunities and a strong company culture. Responsibilites: Work on Roadway and Caltrans projects with the Roadway/Highway Design Team Qualifications: Bachelors in the field of Civil Engineering5+ years of roadway design experienceCivil 3D and/or MicroStation/Inroads experienceP.E. in CARoundabout experience desired
Job Description:As a Senior Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical leadership and maintaining project excellence. Your role will involve working with clients and internal teams to design and develop various projects, including water and wastewater infrastructure, water resource modeling, hydraulic calculations, environmental compliance, and program management support. You will manage all aspects of the project from proposal to completion, and participate in future marketing pursuits, support junior staff development, and strategic growth.Expectations: Excellent written and oral communication skills are required, as well as eagerness and enthusiasm to serve in both field and office positions on a wide variety of planning and engineering projects throughout California.Requirements & Experience:The ideal candidate should: Possess a Bachelor's degree in Civil, Agricultural, or Environmental EngineeringHave a minimum of five years of experienceHold a P.E. licensure in California or other US stateBe proficient with MS OfficeIdentify any prior experience working in AutoCAD, as well as InfoWorks, WaterCAD, SewerCAD, BioWIN, and other modeling programs Compensation & Benefits - The compensation for this position includes: Highly competitive salaries ranging from approximately $145,000 to $180,000Competitive benefitsAn opportunity for engagement and support from a senior engineering team who has led major regional water resource projects throughout the western US.
Are you an experienced Civil Engineer with a passion for construction management and contract administration? Look no further! We are seeking a talented and motivated individual to join our team as a Resident Engineer. As a Resident Engineer, you will be responsible for managing complex public works construction projects, negotiating with contractors and public agencies, and coordinating with multiple departments to ensure successful project completion.You will have the opportunity to work on a variety of exciting projects, including roadway construction, new roads, overlay, widening, earthwork, drainage, pipelines, water-wastewater facilities, municipal and transportation structures, and signalized intersections, and electrical. You will use your technical knowledge to analyze construction documents and provide comprehensive constructability analysis, and work closely with clients to improve relationships and profitability of managed projects.As a Resident Engineer, you will have the chance to mentor junior engineers, manage staff inspectors, and coordinate services between departments. You will also have the opportunity to assist with business development tasks, proposals, and presentations, and establish new contacts and maintain existing clients.We offer competitive salaries, relocation assistance, excellent benefits package, remote work flexibility, and an active and positive team building work environment. If you're looking for a challenging and rewarding career in construction management and civil engineering, apply now to join our team as a Resident Engineer!
At our company, you can build a fulfilling and lasting career while working with a leader in innovation and technology. Our exceptional work environment and comprehensive benefits package, including flexible work schedules and a generous 401K match, demonstrate our commitment to valuing and appreciating our staff.We have an exciting opening for a transportation engineer in one of our Illinois offices located in Chicago, Crystal Lake, Naperville, or Mokena. This role will involve primarily designing roadway, drainage, and underground improvements for various transportation projects with state, county, and local agencies. Familiarity with Geopak is preferred. As a team-oriented position, you will collaborate with our diverse disciplines and offices at our company. POSITION DUTIES: Utilize Geopak to design improvements to roadway, drainage, underground utility, and infrastructureConduct engineering studies, including drainage and traffic studiesProvide general civil engineering services to municipal, county, and state clientsDevelop engineering plans and specifications in accordance with IDOT StandardsManage the processing of Federal Aid Phase I and II projects for diverse clientsSupport construction engineering services for municipal, county, and state clientsCollaborate with project engineers and managers to make impactful decisions on a variety of tasks essential to successful project delivery REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 2 years of relevant job experience working on municipal or highway agency transportation projects.Willingness to travel within service area (must have own transportation).Ability to handle diverse and ongoing tasks and responsibilities independently.Excellent written, verbal, computer, and organizational skills.E.I.T (Engineer in Training) certification required.P.E. license preferred.Capable of working within a team-oriented culture that promotes individual development and achievement of goals.