Mechanical Project Engineer

Carlisle Construction Materials - Puyallup, WA3.3

Full-timeEstimated: $64,000 - $93,000 a year
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM), is a global leader in the building materials industry. We’ve been around since 1917. In just the past six years, our company has grown by nearly 70%.

If you love a good challenge, you’ll fit right in.

We are looking for a Mechanical Project Engineer to join our Central Engineering team in Puyallup, WA.

This mechanical project engineer is to be involved with the implementation and installation of capital equipment and facilities which include all phases from specification, design and purchase through cost control. This position provides engineering expertise to aid the plant engineering and maintenance department, process/development engineering, and/or operating departments in the solution of technical problems. Technical assistance will be manifested in manufacturing equipment/facilities refinement and optimization. A practical level of understanding of mechanical engineering principles are to be applied to assigned project work. Individual is to be provided with moderate task definition, supervision, and technical/process-related advice throughout the execution of assignments. Typically, some but minimal overall project responsibility will be delegated.

Job Responsibilities:
Recommend, specify and procure facilities and equipment for implementation of projects
Size, calculate, and design facilities and equipment to insure proper application
Develop accurate cost estimates and schedules to control costs and provide for timely completion of projects
Install and start up equipment, provide field supervision, and follow up to complete facilities in a timely manner
Provide project documentation (purchase orders, contracts, reports) to maintain good records and data for similar future projects
Supervision of draftsmen, technicians or engineers assigned to projects as required
Travel to vendor facilities to evaluate their technical capabilities, etc.

Job Requirements:
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
2-5 years of experience that includes mechanical engineering of industrial/manufacturing facilities and equipment
Proficient in AutoCAD and Microsoft Office Suite
Travel up to 30%-40%
Moderate working knowledge of plants and equipment
General knowledge of construction principles
When you join CCM, you’ll become part of a team that looks out for you, listens to your ideas and appreciates your work. We think we’ve got something pretty special here, and our employees seem to agree.

Employees also enjoy some of these great benefits!

Time off – Hard work should be rewarded. You’ll receive paid vacation and a generous amount of paid holidays.

Healthcare – We offer multiple options. Choose the one that fits your lifestyle. CCM picks up a generous amount of the cost.

Retirement Fund – Save for your retirement with a traditional or Roth 401k. We’ll match a portion of your contribution starting on your first day of work.

Training – We believe in being lifetime learners, so we offer dozens of training programs in the classroom as well as online.

Tuition Reimbursement – Ready to get the degree? We’ll pick up 90% of your tuition cost.

Idea Teams – You can be part of helping us solve some of our toughest challenges or developing the next break-through innovation.

Unlimited Coffee – Caffeine fuels some of the best ideas.