Thursday, February 21, 2008

From Elbert R. Regacho, PE

Hello everyone,
Below are professional opportunities, courtesy of one of our members. Good luck.


JR,
Please post them on our web when you get the chance. Thanks as always.



Elbert R. Regacho, P.E.

Electrical Engineer

Technical Services Branch

GSA-PBS-5PCT

Phone: (312) 353-7504

Fax: (312) 353-9628
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"Demetria Sese"
02/20/2008 02:17 PM

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FW: Looking for Job?








We are seeking referrals for the following job openings in the
Infrastructure division.


Project Manager

The Project Manager will be responsible for managing 8-9 projects on a
$250M corridor construction management project on I-90. The individual
will supervise, direct, and coordinate construction management including
direct liaison with the owner and contractors regarding cost, schedule,
and contract administration. A partial description of this project can
be found on the Illinois Tollway website. The individual should have
10+ years Project Management or Engineering experience. Project
controls, scheduling, and cost management experience is required as is
experience with Primavera or similar software systems. A Bachelor’s
degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or related
field is required.



Acoustical Technician

The Acoustical Technician will be responsible for noise testing,
inventory of residences, and field measurements for the Residential
Sound Insulation Program. The individual will also observe
construction activities including reviewing plans and specifications,
quantities, and daily logs. This is an entry level position. A
Bachelor’s degree in Audio Arts & Acoustics or related field is
required.



Engineering Interns

We are seeking civil engineering students interested in a career in
transportation construction consulting for summer internships. Interns
will perform field inspection work, including supervising construction
activities and contractor field crews; reviewing plans and
specifications; and preparing daily reports, field measurements, and
quantity calculations. Requires coursework in civil engineering,
highways, transportation, and/or structural engineering; previous work
experience demonstrating strong work ethic and reliability; own
transportation to and from work site; own housing in the Chicago area;
and ability to work 7:00 am to 3:30 pm with possible overtime.



Abel C. Romero
South Airfield Quality Assurance Coordinatorlbert

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