Full-time position located at Fort Jackson, SC. The Civil Engineer is responsible for providing technical support for ongoing facility sustainment, restoration and modernization (SRM) of the U.S. Army Reserve facilities located in the 81st Regional Support Command (RSC), Fort Jackson, South Carolina. This position supports activities for support units for design standards and designs of major buildings and related structures.
Specific Responsibilities include:
- Provide technical support for ongoing facility sustainment, restoration and modernization of the U.S. Army Reserves facilities located at the 81st RSC
- Provide comprehensive technical support to the Area Facility Operations Specialist and the Regional Facility Operations Specialists
- Review drawings for design requirements, code limitations and civil, structural fundamental principles, along with cost estimates related to these drawings
- Provide support for research, development, design, evaluation, construction, inspection, productions application, standardization, testing or operation of engineering facilities, structures, systems, processes, equipment, devices or materials.
Education/Experience/Requirements: Requires a Civil Engineering Degree, along with 3-5 years of relevant work experience.
SECURITY CLEARANCE – Favorable National Agency Check with Inquiry required.
- Requires proficiency in the application of facility maintenance practices, and techniques.
- Strong technical skills with the ability to translate technical reports into written scopes of work.
- Ability to develop and maintain favorable relationship.
- Ability to plan and accomplish goals.
- Ability to provide quality services which consistently meet client needs.
- Responsible for researching and resolving facility related complaints to ensure client satisfaction.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and Excel skills.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Organizational skills.
- Project definition, planning and management experience a definite plus.
- Able to walk for long periods (6 to 8 hours/day) and climb ladders.