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ENGINEERING JOBS

Tank Entry Supervisor

4 month assignment for a TES (Tank Entry Supervisor) /Safety Representative for a tank repair project in Carson, CA.

This assignment would start in November 2019.

Qualifications:

Must have current TWIC card, up to date OSCA training/RSO Training (or able to complete the training)

Experience working on above ground storage tanks (a plus) in the refineries or refinery/industrial experience in general.  

Familiar with California codes and requirements

5 + years experience and presence in refineries and other industries in tank entry/safety

Must have TES certification.

Located in southern California

 

 


Pay Rate: 55-60/hr
Experience Required: 5+
Starts: 11/2019
Duration: 4 months
Job Location: Carson, CA
Opportunity Number: 593
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Laboratory Technician

Roberts Companies has an immediate opening for a full-time Lab technician in Martinez, California. (4-10 schedule) Wednesday - Saturday set schedule.

This position is part of the quality control group at a Site in Martinez California. This is a great opportunity for a Recent Grad with a chemistry or similar degree. 

 

A. HSSE

1. Support Goal Zero and HSSE performance

2. Working knowledge of safety practices and procedures in a laboratory environment

3. Actively support site HSSE policies and incentive programs

B. Laboratory Duties

1. Sample preparation and analysis of intermediate and finished products using various analytical methods. Analytical methods use a variety of equipment including ICP, AA and GC.

2. Perform data entry into the laboratory information system database and communicate results to operations. Completion of all logs and records related to sample analysis.

C. Instrumentation:

1. Maintain analytical equipment including routine cleaning, parts replacement and general routine maintenance. Completion of all logs and records related to equipment maintenance.

2. Maintain records of equipment PM maintenance and calibrations. Special Challenges Ability to multi-task is essential for success in this position. Running multiple analysis/instruments at once is a requirement. Ability to work effectively with other team members in high stress situations is essential. Ability to work weekends and work alone.

Experience and Qualifications Required

1. Experience in a laboratory setting preferred.

2. Computer literacy is a must. Applicant should be comfortable working with computers as the instruments use a variety of software programs. Required computer skills are a basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.

3. Must have exceptional organizational and time management skills as well as the ability and desire to learn new skills.

4. Ability to multi-task is essential

5. Strong written and verbal communications skills.

6. Participation in a random drug testing program.

 


Pay Rate: $25 - $30 hour DOE
Experience Required: 3+ years
Starts: October 2019
Duration: 3-6 months or more
Job Location: Martinez, California
Opportunity Number: 441
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terri VanDeVeire van_t@robertscompanies.net

Mid-Level Electrical Engineer

Roberts Companies is looking for a Mid-level Electrical Engineer, California PE desirable.   The ideal Electrical Engineer is a results-driven hard worker who is accountable and motivated by goals. Offices are located in Northern California, Reno Nevada, Idaho and Colorado.

We are looking for someone who is organized, hits project timelines and stays focused while enjoying a good challenge.  

The responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:


RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Design and specification of low and medium voltage power distribution systems, lighting systems, and other systems for industrial facilitie
• Capable of self-performing electrical engineering tasks associated with the project, these include design and drafting, engineering calculations, cost estimate input and client review meetings
• Ability to work with other discipline leads, PMs and others to manage and run all electrical efforts for the team on a project
• Coordinate electrical work package between disciplines and drafting
• Effective in prioritizing and setting deadlines, while also adapting to change
• Conduct effective design review meetings with clients
• Interface with clients on scope of work, deliverable requirements, and project updates
• Ability to mentor junior electrical engineers and designers
• Manage the electrical work package deliverables
• Ability to promote and market electrical scope to new and existing clients
 
Job Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university
• 10 years’ applicable experience
• Solid foundation of design and drafting utilizing AutoCAD
• Experience leveraging technology successfully
• Track record of success with documented results
 
Preferred skills:

Professional Engineering License for California with the ability to be licensed in additional states

• 10 years’ experience
• Experience with construction techniques
• Solid foundation of design and drafting utilizing Micro-Station
 
Desired skills:
• Outside interests – community involvement
• Construction cost estimating experience
 


Pay Rate: DOE
Experience Required: 12 yrs +
Starts: October 2019
Duration: contract to hire
Job Location: Concord, California
Opportunity Number: 479
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terri VanDeVeire van_t@robertscompanies.net

Project manager- Tenant Improvements

Project Manager for tenant improvements with a general contractor in San Ramon, CA. This is a direct hire position with benefits.

PROJECT MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

• In collaboration with the Team Leader, develops a job-specific buyout strategy. Executes buyout strategy through analysis of subcontractor bids to ensure coverage and compliance with project requirements.

• Assumes responsibility for developing project budgets, cost control and tracking of project costs, including developing accurate and actionable monthly project profit projections.

• Proactively Manages Claims and Change Orders. Takes appropriate actions to deal with project impacts, incorporates the results into updating project budgets and timelines, and notifies the owner in accordance with RFP requirements.

• Assumes responsibility for the master scheduling process including upfront collaboration with all stakeholders (Superintendent, Subcontractors, etc.) and integrating manloading schedules, milestone schedules, and contract schedules.

• Leads communication with stakeholders on issues and makes recommendations for resolution or process improvement opportunities.

• Subcontractor Management including implementing subcontract agreements with knowledge of scope and agreed to terms.

• Manages contacts with subcontractors, vendors, and design partners in an effort to establish and build strategic relationships that may produce possible partnerships or business opportunities for the future of the company.

• Manages document control systems by ensuring required documentation is gathered, processed, and submitted throughout the preconstruction, construction, and close-out phases (e.g., change orders, RFIs, ASIs, submittals, drawing logs, warranties and certificates, LEED documentation, as-builts, etc.)

• Conducts daily (or as required) on-site observations of work during construction to monitor compliance with safety, quality control, sustainability measures as well as overall project status.

• Works collaboratively with the Project Accountant, oversees the cash flow of assigned project, including owner pay applications and payment status, subcontractor/consultant invoicing and payments.

• Coordinates with stakeholders in development of a strategic plan for BIM/VDC requirements, as applicable.

• Material purchasing.

• Attend and participate in General Project Manager Meetings monthly, or as scheduled.

• Participate in bi-weekly Project Report Meetings, prepared to discuss key project indicators, challenges, opportunities and forward-looking project strategies.

• Leads in developing and supporting the implementation jobsite security, quality control, and safety programs for each project with the support of the Superintendent and the Safety and QC departments.

• Using lean strategies, evaluates construction means and methods for cost effectiveness.

• Under the guidance of the Project Management Team Leader, participates in the creation and maintenance of a positive team spirit among the members of the Project Management Team.

• Performs project duties with an appropriate sense of urgency and a “Can-Do attitude.”

• Provide guidance to the projects of other teams as needed and as assigned.

PROJECT ACQUISITION RESPONSIBILITIES

The Project Manager is expected to perform the following additional duties when assigned:

• Preconstruction Management

• Estimating

• Proposals/Presentations

• Business development and strategic partnering with key client accounts

•Attend corporate events, tradeshows and conferences

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS

• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral

• Thrives in an entrepreneurial environment

• Time Management

• Negotiation skills

• Decision Making and Problem Solving

• Works well under pressure

• High level of energy

• Undergraduate degree in Construction Management

COMPUTER SKILLS Strong skills in the following Software:

• Microsoft Word/Excel/Project

• Project Management Software – Viewpoint preferred

•Primavera Scheduling Software

• Bluebeam/Adobe

• Revit or Navisworks

• Client Relationship Management - Cosential preferred.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

• The position requires work in an office environment as well as on a jobsite both in the trailer and walking the site. Sitting, walking and extensive and computer work is required. Driving required – must have valid driver’s license for three or more years; proof of automobile liability insurance required when driving personal vehicle.


Pay Rate: 100-130k/yr
Experience Required: 10
Starts: 2019
Duration: long term
Job Location: San Ramon, CA
Opportunity Number: 585
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Electrical Designer

Roberts Companies has an immediate opening for an Electrical Designer located in the Reno Nevada area. This position requires at least 4-5 years experience using MicroStation computer aided drafting software.  

This position is responsible for all aspects of a safe electrical design and installation on a given project.

  • Create and design a complete construction or build package meeting the requirements of a project scope document, P&ID, load list, and/or shut down table.
  • Gather information from multiple sources including other disciplines, vendors, engineers, reference drawings, and catalogs to produce complete functional, accurate, and constructible design packages.
  • Designing, drafting, checking, BOM’s, change management, part specification, drawing revision records, compliance to APCI standards, standard design creation and reuse and document control.
  • Assure all designs meet all safety process, code requirements, corporate standards and possibly customer requirements.
  • Estimated travel of 10% to 15% between work sites

Qualifications:

  • 4-5 years of experience as an Electrical Designer
  • AA Degree in Electrical (related discipline) desired
  • Working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NFPA 70), National Electric Safety Code (NFPA 70E), Nema standards, and some IEC symbology
  • Ability to develop Electrical Schematics and Single lines from P&IDs and Load Lists Microstation V7/V8 SmartPlant 3D, SmartPlant Instrument is a plus
  • Temp to hire -  Local candidates desired.

Pay Rate: $35-$40
Experience Required: 5+ years
Starts: October 2019
Duration: temp to perm
Job Location: Reno, Nevada
Opportunity Number: 589
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terri VanDeVeire van_t@robertscompanies.net

Fire Alarm Technician

Roberts Companies is constantly looking for experienced Service Technicians with fire detection/fire suppression systems background in the Bay area.

This is a direct hire position with a family owned company that has been in business for over 30 years. The right candidate must live in the area.

No relocation will be paid. This is a great opportunity for long term employment.

Qualifications and Responsibilities:

The Service Technician's primary responsibility is to provide customers with knowledgeable, responsive, professional, and courteous service. The Technician will perform service inspections and trouble-shoot fire detection and fire suppression systems as required. .

Qualifications: AA in Electronics or equivalent work experience. At least two years current experience with commercial fire detection/fire suppression systems required. EST or Fenwal experience is a plus. Do not apply without this qualification.

• Should be a self-starter and team player with a good attitude.

• Should be able to read and understand blue prints/system drawings.

• Should have good troubleshooting skills and have ability to identify code and nonconformance issues.

• Should be self-motivated and work with minimum supervision.

• Should be able to make decisions under pressure and work within time deadlines.

• Should maintain Company and Service Department standards to ensure customer satisfaction.

• Needs have a neat and professional appearance.

• Must write legibly.

• Must communicate well with others and have good common sense. Responsibilities

• Come in to the main office weekly or as needed to receive paperwork, schedule, and parts.

• Be at the job site on time when scheduled and be flexible - schedule changes regularly.

• Maintain proper inventory in truck.

• Ensures company-owned test equipment is in proper working order. Returns equipment in need of repair and calibration to the office in a timely manner.

• Perform inspections on various detection and suppression systems.

• Trouble shoot detection and suppression systems as needed in order to ensure they are operable.

• See the job through until the end to ensure the system is operable and customer satisfaction.

• Work independently or with others as a team to complete all tasks.

• Fill out daily accurate and detailed paperwork regarding all work performed.

• Participates in On Call Assignments.


Pay Rate: DOE
Experience Required: 2+ years
Starts: October 2019
Duration: Direct Hire
Job Location: Pleasanton, California
Opportunity Number: 270
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terri VanDeVeire van_t@robertscompanies.net

QA/QC Coordinator

a QA/QC Coordinator/Administrator with a Tank Construction group at a refinery in Martinez, CA This would be a 40 hour a week position starting as a contractor but possibly turning into long term position. Could be potential for some Overtime work. This person would be handling coordinating ITPs (Inspection and Test Plans), QA/QC certification renewals, making sure deadlines for submittals are met and tracked and assisting the 4 Tank Foremen on various jobs have their paperwork coordinated and requirements met. They would not be required to do any inspections. This person could be someone starting off in their QA/QC career and wants to gain the experience or an inspector with experience that does not want to do the physical portion of inspection but is okay with the coordination/administrative portion. Must have a TWIC card and be current in drug testing and background or able to pass the testing. It is desired that you also have 20 hrs RSO training required to be in the field.

Pay Rate: 30-38/hr
Experience Required: 3+
Starts: 2019
Duration: long term
Job Location: Martinez, CA
Opportunity Number: 604
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Certified Welding Inspector

NDT level II or CWI for a 12-16 week long assignment in Martinez CA at a local refinery.

This is for a tank and piping project.

Tentative start date late October 2019.

Local person preferred.

Person needs to be a Certified Welding Inspector(CWI) and/or SNT-TC-1A Level II.

Schedule could be up to 5day/week-8hours/day.

Needs to be current 20 hour RSO/Drug/Background/Martinez-site specific/TWIC or able to get these requirements completed before start date.


Pay Rate: 55-60/hr
Experience Required: 5+
Starts: 10/2019
Duration: 4 months
Job Location: Martinez, CA
Opportunity Number: 598
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Construction Manager

Field Construction Manager for 2-4 month assignment beginning in October 2019. This position is located on the Brentwood area of Los Angeles, CA T

he superintendent should have a background in high end residential buildings or commercial buildings with high end finishes.

Involves the building and landscaping, pool, etc.

5+years as field superintendent or construction manager representing the owner with the construction crews.

Ability to manager crews, maintain schedule and communicate well with client/owner.

Job Requirements:

5+years as field superintendent or construction manager representing the owner with the construction crews.

Ability to manager crews, maintain schedule and communicate well with client/owner.

Local candidates preferred.


Pay Rate: 50-55/hr
Experience Required: 5+
Starts: 10/2019
Duration: 4 months
Job Location: Los Angeles, CA
Opportunity Number: 599
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Piping Designer

Senior piping designer (and possible junior designer as well) for work on pipeline design in a refinery in the Bay Area.

This will be a long term contract position.

Requirements:

10+ years experience for senior position, well versed in use of CADD for drawings and knowledge of regulations required to meet in design for this industry

5+ years experience for junior position 

Additional certifications and education in HND (Higher National Diplomas) or HNC (Higher National Certificates) is desirable.

Must be able to pass a drug and background test and have or be able to obtain a TWIC card.

 


Pay Rate: 55-65/hr
Experience Required: 10+
Starts: 11/2019
Duration: long term
Job Location: Bay Area
Opportunity Number: 601
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net

Project manager- Refineries

Project Manager for refinery construction (civil) projects with a general contractor based in Richmond; projects around the Bay Area

PROJECT MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

• In collaboration with the Team Leader, develops a job-specific buyout strategy. Executes buyout strategy through analysis of subcontractor bids to ensure coverage and compliance with project requirements.

• Assumes responsibility for developing project budgets, cost control and tracking of project costs, including developing accurate and actionable monthly project profit projections.

• Proactively Manages Claims and Change Orders. Takes appropriate actions to deal with project impacts, incorporates the results into updating project budgets and timelines, and notifies the owner in accordance with RFP requirements.

• Assumes responsibility for the master scheduling process including upfront collaboration with all stakeholders (Superintendent, Subcontractors, etc.) and integrating manloading schedules, milestone schedules, and contract schedules.

• Leads communication with stakeholders on issues and makes recommendations for resolution or process improvement opportunities.

• Subcontractor Management including implementing subcontract agreements with knowledge of scope and agreed to terms.

• Manages contacts with subcontractors, vendors, and design partners in an effort to establish and build strategic relationships that may produce possible partnerships or business opportunities for the future of the company.

• Manages document control systems by ensuring required documentation is gathered, processed, and submitted throughout the preconstruction, construction, and close-out phases (e.g., change orders, RFIs, ASIs, submittals, drawing logs, warranties and certificates, LEED documentation, as-builts, etc.)

• Conducts daily (or as required) on-site observations of work during construction to monitor compliance with safety, quality control, sustainability measures as well as overall project status.

• Works collaboratively with the Project Accountant, oversees the cash flow of assigned project, including owner pay applications and payment status, subcontractor/consultant invoicing and payments.

• Coordinates with stakeholders in development of a strategic plan for BIM/VDC requirements, as applicable.

• Material purchasing.

• Attend and participate in General Project Manager Meetings monthly, or as scheduled.

• Participate in bi-weekly Project Report Meetings, prepared to discuss key project indicators, challenges, opportunities and forward-looking project strategies.

• Leads in developing and supporting the implementation jobsite security, quality control, and safety programs for each project with the support of the Superintendent and the Safety and QC departments.

• Using lean strategies, evaluates construction means and methods for cost effectiveness.

• Under the guidance of the Project Management Team Leader, participates in the creation and maintenance of a positive team spirit among the members of the Project Management Team.

• Performs project duties with an appropriate sense of urgency and a “Can-Do attitude.”

• Provide guidance to the projects of other teams as needed and as assigned.

PROJECT ACQUISITION RESPONSIBILITIES

The Project Manager is expected to perform the following additional duties when assigned:

• Preconstruction Management

• Estimating

• Proposals/Presentations

• Business development and strategic partnering with key client accounts

•Attend corporate events, tradeshows and conferences

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS

• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral

• Thrives in an entrepreneurial environment •

Time Management

• Negotiation skills

• Decision Making and Problem Solving

• Works well under pressure

• High level of energy

• Undergraduate degree in Construction Management

• Experience with civil construction projects within a refinery setting

• Able to obtain TWIC card, pass drug test, pass background test

COMPUTER SKILLS Strong skills in the following Software:

• Microsoft Word/Excel/Project

• Project Management Software – Viewpoint preferred

• Primavera Scheduling Software

• Bluebeam/Adobe

• Revit or Navisworks

• Client Relationship Management - Cosential preferred.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

• The position requires work in an office environment as well as on a jobsite both in the trailer and walking the site. Sitting, walking and extensive and computer work is required. Driving required – must have valid driver’s license for three or more years; proof of automobile liability insurance required when driving personal vehicle.


Pay Rate: 90-120k/yr
Experience Required: 10
Starts: 2019
Duration: long term
Job Location: Richmond, CA
Opportunity Number: 602
Posted On: 10/7/2019
Please Contact: Terry Hawkins hawkins_t@robertscompanies.net


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