Findorff is a leading builder in diverse market segments including arts, corporate, education, government, healthcare, industrial, religious, residential, retail and recreation, and science & technology.
Findorff has earned national recognition for work throughout the U.S., completing nearly $800 million of construction each year and is proud of its 130-year legacy, innovative spirit, and commitment to character, community, and craftsmanship.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Engineer on our travel team. Your first project will be located in Cincinnati, Ohio--a 14 story mixed-use residential building. Findorff’s program is designed to ensure each Project Engineer is exposed to many areas of construction, with the plan they will be well-rounded as they enter one of three career paths: Preconstruction/Estimating, Superintendent, or Project Manager.
Requirements include a bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture or similar program, and an internship, co-op or two to three years working knowledge of project management, field engineering or estimating is required. Qualified candidates will have effective communication and organizational skills and be a contributing team player. A strong mathematical aptitude and strong analytical and computer skills also necessary. Experience with any of the following software is a plus: CMiC, OnCenter, Timberline, PlanGrid, Revit and/or Bluebeam.
As a Project Engineer at Findorff. Some of the things you'll experience in your four areas are:
Findorff recognizes the talents of all, appreciating the different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives that make us a stronger company and partner for the communities we serve.
Findorff is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.