Virtual Design and Construction Technology Leader

The VDC Technical Leader will serve as a key leader in the Firm’s Virtual Design and Construction efforts. As a member of the Corporate Global Initiatives VDC Group, you will drive high value innovations and quality workflow improvements within in a diverse team environment. You will be involved in operation project details, planning, and technology execution with an emphasis in LEAN principals.

Looking for experience in one or more of the following:

*AEC Model Management
*Experienced Revit Modeler
*Construction Model Coordination
*Trade or Fabrication Modeling or assembly

Project Manager (Design-Build)

SSOE’s Project Managers lead all aspects of the design projects, including schedule, cost, budget and scope. This role is leading our client projects that are within our client programs dedicated to chemical lab/offices. The size of our projects in these industries range in size, scope and complexity; no two projects are alike and each will bring its own unique challenge and solution.

SSOE doesn’t stop when the project is completed, using our Lessons Learned process to continually improve. After each of our projects, our project teams take a look back at what was good and what can we learn from on each project, to ensure we are always providing the client with the best possible experience. Using 70 years’ experience is how SSOE has arrived at our current project processes, procedures and best practices for excellent total project delivery.

Construction Administrator

SSOE is searching for a 10+ years of experience Construction Manager who will be responsible for the construction of a industrial facility. Oversees the entire construction and will be the link between the client and the general contractor doing the work. This individual will serve as the Owner’s Representative on this project.

Mechanical Engineer

We are looking to hire a Mechanical Project Engineer who will work onsite assisting one of SSOE’s clients in the commissioning and startup of their plant. Desired candidates will have a mechanical engineering background and must be familiar with automotive plant facilities and equipment.

As a Project Engineer you will evaluate existing systems through field observation, investigation and testing. You will determine root cause issues and develop corrective action plans to submit to the Owner.

You will be expected to work off hours, as required for testing, and occasional weekend or holiday hours to take advantage of plant shutdowns for easier access to systems.

You will obtain field data, developing engineering reports and cost estimates to review with the Owner. You will have interface with the contractor and trades onsite.