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Assistant Project Manager This position is typically responsible for supporting a Project Manager in directing the completion and financial outcome of a single project or multiple construction projects. Directs and supervises work of Project Administration, Project Superintendents and Engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. May be capable of managing smaller, less complex projects with limited supervision.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical title: Assistant Project Manager.
Building Information Modeling – Level 1 Designer to create and modify 3D models, renderings and/or animations for promotion and proposals. Office-based work with various departments to integrate imagery into presentations using existing software. May help to create or maintain standards, processes and goals.Education/Experience: Entry Level.Typical Titles: BIM Coordinator, Virtual Construction Coordinator and Construction Modeling Specialist I.
Building Information Modeling – Level 2 Coordinator of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for use during construction. Assist project manager and site staff in BIM use–may be on site. Create and update site logistics plans and 4D visual schedules. Detect clashes of multiple-project trades. Understand construction drawings and related specifications from various disciplines.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience.Typical Titles: BIM Engineer, Virtual Construction Engineer and Construction Modeling Specialist II.
Business Development – Level 1 At the divisional level, develops potential client lists and follows through with proposals and presentations on those accounts.Education/Experience: Minimum of 5 years significant construction and/or marketing experience and a technical bachelor’s degree or a related degree with equivalent technical experience.Typical Titles: Business Development Manager and Marketing Services Manager.
Business Development – Level 2 At this level, the job typically includes becoming actively involved and/or responsible for negotiations with clients.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years significant construction and/or marketing experience.Typical Titles: Business Development Director, Corporate Business Development Director and Business Development Manager.
Construction Manager – Level 1 Responsible for managing the planning, design and construction of construction projects from inception to completion for the purpose of controlling time, scope, cost and quality.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience of which a minimum of 1 year is Responsible In Charge experience as defined in the criteria for the Certified Construction Manager CCM professional credential.
Construction Manager – Level 2 Responsible for managing the planning, design and construction of construction projects from inception t completion for the purpose of controlling time, scope, cost and quality.Education/Experience: Minimum of 3 years of experience of which a minimum of 2 years is Responsible In Charge experience as defined in the criteria for the Certified Construction Manager CCM professional credential.
Construction Manager – Level 3 Responsible for managing the planning, design and construction of construction projects from inception t completion for the purpose of controlling time, scope, cost and quality.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience of which a minimum of 3 years is Responsible In Charge experience as defined in the criteria for the Certified Construction Manager CCM professional credential.
Construction Manager – Level 4 Responsible for managing the planning, design and construction of construction projects from inception t completion for the purpose of controlling time, scope, cost and quality.Education/Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience of which a minimum of 4 years is Responsible In Charge experience as defined in the criteria for the Certified Construction Manager CCM professional credential.
Design Drafting – Level 2 This journey level works under general supervision, with some exercise of judgment, prepares drawings from rough sketches or from general engineering and design information according to established standards and procedures. Will begin to utilize skills in developing graphics using CADD. Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), up to 100 percent of the time.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years. Knowledge and/or use of CADD in this family is not required, but generally is preferred.
Design Drafting – Level 3 This senior level develops working drawings within company and industry standards, and codes, from equipment specifications and detailed drawings. Fully understands materials and methods normal to the discipline and has some elementary exposure to design. May apply intermediate level techniques in CADD. Include traditional senior drafting jobs and transitional entry-level designer jobs. Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), up to 100 percent of the time.Education/Experience: Minimum of 8 years or a BS degree. Knowledge and/or use of CADD in this family is not required.
Equipment Manager Responsible for purchase, lease, maintenance, safety and repair of company equipment.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience.Typical Titles: Equipment Manager, Fleet manager and Equipment Operations Manager.
Estimating/Engineering – Level 1 Works under close supervision, performing the routine aspects of estimating assignments requiring knowledge of basic principles of estimating.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS or MS graduate.Typical Titles: Associate Estimator, Estimator and Estimator I.
Estimating/Engineering – Level 2 Under general supervision, performs estimating engineering of less complex assignment. With additional experience within one specialty, the individual is expected to assist in the preparation of larger and more complex estimates.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience.Typical Titles: Estimator, Estimator I and Estimator II.
Estimating/Engineering – Level 3 This is the journey person level of estimating. Works under minimal supervision, and may provide some technical guidance to less experienced estimating personnel.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience in estimating.Typical Titles: Estimator, Estimator II and Estimator III.
Estimating/Engineering – Level 4 This is normally referred to as a lead position and is the first level that includes responsibility for technical direction over a group of Estimating Engineers, or includes an individual who functions as a technical specialist formulating and developing advanced estimating engineering concepts. This person is not a department head nor the Chief Estimator, but may supervise some Junior Estimators.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience in estimating.Typical Titles: Senior Estimator and Senior Project Estimator.
General Foreman Supervises and coordinates activities of Foreman and craft workers.Education/Experience:. Minimum of 3 years as Foreman.Typical Titles: Assistant General Foreman and General Foreman of (specialty).
Marketing Coordinator Provides support and assistance in several of the following areas: identification of key business trends unique to the industry, design of company and unit marketing literature, review of database systems and web site.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years with a BS degree.Typical titles: Marketing Coordinator.
Project Accounting/Office Management – Level 1 Duties are primarily concerned with routine accounting and payroll activities. May provide direction or have some supervisory responsibility, but most of the time performs the work alone.Education/Experience: Entry level exempt position.Typical Titles: Project Account, Project Accountant I & II, Assistant Office Manager and Office Manager.
Project Accounting/Office Management – Level 2 An individual at this level may exercise supervision over a small staff engaged primarily in accounting and payroll activities. This level may also coordinate purchasing, personnel, and office services activities at the job site.Education/Experience: Minimum of 6 years of experience in field office accounting.Typical Titles: Project Office Manager, Project Accountant II & III, Office Manager and Field Office Manager.
Project Accounting/Office Management – Level 3 Normally supervises an administrative staff engaged in accounting, payroll, purchasing, personnel and office services activities at the project site. Report positions at this level if the individual has major supervisory responsibility in three or more functional areas. The next higher level is normally a corporate/headquarters position.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience in field office accounting.Typical Titles: Project Office Manager, Senior Project Accountant, Senior Office Manager and Project Accountant III & IV.
Project Administration – Level 1 Duties are primarily concerned with routine administrative, accounting and payroll activities at the project level.Education/Experience: Entry level with general office experience. Degree not required.Typical Titles: Administrative Assistant, Accounting Clerk and Clerk Typist.
Project Administration – Level 3 Duties are primarily concerned with administrative, accounting and payroll activities at the project level. Provides a wide variety of support to the project team including payroll, billings, status reports, etc. May provide direction or have some supervisory responsibility, but usually performs the work alone. May be the highest non-exempt level in this job family.Education/Experience: Minimum of 8 years. Degree not required.Typical titles: Secretary, Executive Assistant and Assistant Job Accountant.
Project Controls – Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine planning/scheduling and/or cost engineering requiring knowledge and application of basic project controls principles. Using prescribed methods, performs specific and limited portions of planning/scheduling and/or cost engineering.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS or MS graduate.Typical Titles: Cost Specialist I, Coordinator-Project Controls, Cost Accountant, Cost Control Analyst and Project Controls Associate.
Project Controls – Level 2 Under general supervision, performs more complex project controls. With additional experience within one specialty, assists in larger and more complex project controls.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience in planning/scheduling and/or cost engineering.Typical Titles: Cost Specialist II, Cost Accountant, Cost Engineer, Project Controls Specialist and Senior Cost Analyst.
Project Controls – Level 3 Under general supervision, performs all aspects of planning/scheduling and/or cost engineering. May provide technical guidance to less experienced project controls personnel.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience in planning/scheduling and/or cost engineering.Typical Titles: Cost Specialist III, Senior Cost & Project Control Analyst and Senior Cost Engineer.
Project Management – Executive This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of construction operations or a segment of the company’s construction operations. This position is typically responsible for the guidance and development of all Project Managers under his/her purview. Establishes group operational priorities and is accountable for overall relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. This position may also have business development responsibilities.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years in project management.Typical titles: Project Director, Project Executive, Senior Project Manager and Operations Manager.
Project Management – Level 1 This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises work of project administration, project superintendents and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. This level is capable of less complex projects.Education/Experience: Minimum 3 years of total experience.Typical Titles: Assistant Project Manager, Project Manager and Project Manager I.
Project Management – Level 2 This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises work of project administration, project superintendents and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc.Education/Experience: Minimum 5 years of total experience.Typical Titles: Project Manager and Project Manager II.
Project Management – Level 3 This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises work of project administration, project superintendents and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. This level is capable of fairly large projects.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of total experience.Typical Titles: Senior Project Manager, Project Manager and Project Manager III.
Project Management – Level 4 This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises work of project administration, project superintendents and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. This level is capable of large projects of a complex nature and/or multiple projects.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years of total experience.Typical Titles: Project Executive and Senior Project Manager.
Project Management – Level 5 This level is responsible for the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction project(s). The number and complexity of projects and total installed costs distinguish it from Level 4.Directs and supervises work of project administration, project superintendents and engineers to establish operation priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc. This level is capable of managing large projects of a complex nature and multiple projects.Education/Experience: 20 years of experience.Typical Titles: Project Director/Executive.
Project Superintendent – Level 1 This is the first supervisory level above Foreman or General Foreman. May either exercise direct supervision over laborers/craft worker, or be responsible for directing an assigned segment of a project within one or more crafts through a ‘local hire’ General Foreman or Foreman.Education/Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Foreman or General Foreman of a single craft.Typical Titles: Assistant Superintendent, Superintendent, Unit/Area Superintendent and Craft Superintendent.
Project Superintendent – Level 2 This level position will function as a second line supervisor having responsibility over several Level 1 Superintendents within one or more crafts; a second line supervisor having multi-craft responsibility within designated areas; or on small projects, serves as the Senior Construction Supervisor.Education/Experience: Minimum of 8 years of experience.Typical Titles: Superintendent, Senior Construction Superintendent and Project Superintendent.
Project Superintendent – Level 3 This level is the top construction supervision level (but not Project Manager) in the field. This level is responsible for organization, work methods, scheduling, cost control, conformity with drawings and specification, workmanship, and assignment of work to accomplish economic and expeditious execution of the work.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience.Typical Titles: General Superintendent, Senior Superintendent, Project Superintendent and Senior Project Superintendent.
Project/Field Engineering – Level 1 Works under close supervision, performing the routine aspects of field or cost engineering assignments requiring knowledge of basic engineering.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS or MS graduate.Typical Titles: Office Engineer, Field Engineer and Field Office Engineer.
Project/Field Engineering – Level 2 This exempt level position is the Cost or Office Engineer. This position coordinates materials and change orders, expedites material on the job, prepares monthly estimates, compiles production and cost statistics and analyzes production statistics to identify problem areas.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience.Typical Titles: Office Engineer, Project Engineer and Field Engineer II.
Project/Field Engineering – Level 3 This position usually assists project management in expediting material deliveries, estimating and processing change orders, preparing monthly pay requests and preparing shop drawings. Typically, this is the number 2 Engineer on the project and is at the journey person level of engineering.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience.Typical Titles: Project Engineer, Project Engineer II and Engineer 2, 3 or 4.
Purchasing – Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine purchasing as a trainee.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS graduate.Typical Titles: Procurement Specialist I, Assistant Purchasing Agent and Procurement Coordinate.
Purchasing – Level 2 Non-supervisory journey-level purchaser. Conducts all aspects of purchasing for a project. May technically assist less experienced purchasing personnel.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Assistant Procurement Manager, Purchasing Agent and Buyer.
Purchasing – Level 3 First level of direct supervision of a group of purchasers.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience in purchasing and a BS degree.Typical Titles: Procurement Manager, Purchasing Manager and Supply Chain Product Manager.
Quality Assurance – Level 1 Works under close supervision. May review drawings, process procedures, procurement documents and quality control reports. Identifies and reports quality problems or trends in the assigned area or program. Recommends corrective action to quality problems.Education/Experience: Entry level for BS graduates in engineering.Typical Titles: Quality Assurance Engineer, Quality Assurance Analyst, Quality Control Inspector and Quality Control Engineer.
Quality Assurance – Level 2 Works under general supervision. May review drawings, process procedures, procurement documents and quality control reports. Identifies and reports quality problems or trends in the assigned area or program. Recommends corrective action to quality problems. Aids project-wide system audits and surveillance, including supplier or subcontractor audits or surveillance to approved audit checklists and procedures.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience with a BS in engineering or related field.Typical Titles: Quality Assurance Engineer/Specialist, Assistant Quality Control Manager and QCQA Supervisor.
Quality Assurance – Level 3 Under general to minimal supervision, supports quality assurance for a program and/or area to ensure product is designed, procured and installed to meet customer and division quality requirements. Interacts with a variety of functional groups. Leads project-wide system audits as directed by principal quality assurance engineer or program management. Writes quality plans, procedures, audit checklists and plans.Education/Experience: Minimum of 7 years of experience with a BS in engineering or related field.Typical Titles: Quality Control Manager, Quality Assurance Engineer/Specialist and Quality Project Manager.
Safety Engineering – Level 1 Under general supervision, conducts safety audits and inspections, evaluates and ensures improvements for job site safety. Usually assigned to a large project or several smaller projects.Education/Experience: Minimum of 3 years of significant safety experience and a safety or insurance degree.Typical Titles: Safety Engineer, Safety Supervisor, Safety Coordinator and Assistant Safety Manager.
Safety Engineering – Level 2 Working under general supervision, conducts and documents comprehensive safety audits and procedures. Maintains accident and insurance records as required by OSHA, and provides functional advice and/or training to less experienced Safety Engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum of 5 years of significant safety experience and a safety or insurance degree.Typical Titles: Regional Safety Manager, Area Safety Manager, Division Safety Manager and District Safety Supervisor.
Safety Engineering – Level 3 Experience could have been in construction and could be a former Superintendent who has moved into the Safety Engineering job family. Usually assigned to one mega-project.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years of significant safety experience and a safety or insurance degree.Typical Titles: include Project Safety Manager, Safety Supervisor, Senior Safety Supervisor and Safety Engineer II.
Scheduling – Level 1 Performs tasks related to the collection of schedule data required to monitor project progress. Assists in developing and monitoring schedules, reporting variances from established deadlines. Under close supervision, drafts construction schedules for small projects.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS graduate.Typical Titles: Scheduler, Scheduling Analyst, Scheduling Coordinator and Scheduling Engineer.
Scheduling – Level 2 Performs intermediate and non-routine planning and scheduling assignments which require the selection and application of scheduling principles and techniques. Prepares monitors and revises schedules, assists Project Managers to formulate plans to correct scheduling problems.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Project Scheduler, Scheduler, Scheduling Analyst, Scheduling Coordinator, Scheduling Engineer and Senior Scheduler.
Scheduling – Level 3 This is the senior position often with lead responsibility. Coordinates all planning and scheduling activities for a medium size project or for a portion of a large, complex project. Prepares and issues master schedules, problem analysis reports and variance reports.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4years of experience with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Scheduling Manager, Scheduling Supervisor, Senior Project Scheduler, Senior Scheduler, Senior Scheduling Engineer and Senior Scheduling Manager.
Service Sales – Level 1 This position is responsible for developing customer relationships and increasing revenue through the sales of new service contracts. Develops quotes for the sale of parts, labor and ongoing service/maintenance. Responsible for generating and following up on sales leads.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical titles: Service Sales, Sales Representative and Salesperson.
Service Sales – Level 2 This position is responsible for developing customer relationships and increased revenue through the sales of service contracts. May also identify opportunities and coordinate with construction group to position new projects. Develops quotes for the sale of parts, labor and ongoing service/maintenance. This position typically requires a history of proven sales performance with selling service contracts.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years.Typical titles include Service Account Executive and Sr. Service Sales, Service Business Development and Sales Manager.
Service Technician – Level 1 Position is responsible for the installation, service and repair of different systems (e.g. HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing). Works under general supervision.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical titles: Service Technician I, Service Technician, Journeyman.
Service Technician – Level 2 This journey level position is responsible for the installation, service and repair of different systems (e.g. HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing). Works under minimal supervision and may supervise one or more Level 1 Service Technicians.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years.Typical titles: Service Technician II and Sr. Service Technician.
Service Technician – Level 3 This senior level position is responsible for the installation, service and repair of different systems (e.g. HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing). Works under minimal to no supervision and will likely supervise Level 1 and 2 Service Technicians.Education/Experience: Minimum of 8 years.Typical titles: Service Technician III and Sr. Service Technician.

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Architect-Level 1 Under close supervision, does routine architecture requiring knowledge and application of basic architectural principles and concepts. Using prescribed methods and standards, does specific and limited architecture involving interior space layouts and exterior appearance.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Architectural Coordinator 2, Architect 1, Architectural Designer, Architect 2, Architectural Designer/Drafter, Architect 1 and Architect Professional 1.
Architect-Level 2 Under general supervision, evaluates, selects, and applies standard architectural techniques, procedures and standards. Analyzes proposals and vendor submittals. Assignments are generally well defined. With additional specialized experience, may do parts of larger and more complex architecture.Education/Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Architect 2, Architectural Coordinator 2, Architect 3, Senior Architectural Designer, Project Architect, Architect Professional 2 and Architectural Coordinator.
Architect-Level 3 These are journey-level architects. Under general supervision, performs all conventional architectural design and development. Plans and conducts architecture requiring more advanced techniques. May technically guide and supervise designers/drafters and less-experienced architects.Education/Experience: Minimum of 4 years of experience with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Architect 3, Project Architect, Architect Professional 3, Architectural Coordinator 3, Associate Architectural Specialist, Architect 4 and Senior Architect 1.
Architect-Level 4 With minimal supervision independently applies advanced architectural concepts and designs for interior layout and design and exterior appearance. May technically guide and supervise designers/drafters and less-experienced architects.Education/Experience: Minimum of 7 years of experience with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Architect 4, Senior Project Architect, Architect Professional 4, Senior Architect, Lead Architect, Senior Professional, Senior Architect 2 and Architectural Specialist.
Architect-Level 5 With very limited supervision is an architectural project manager on small to medium projects, a supervisory architect for a small group of architects and designers/drafters or a senior architect responsible for a specific architectural area. Reviews and approves conceptual designs. Directs development of new methods or techniques.Education/Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Architect 5, Architect Professional 5, Architect Supervisor, Senior Architect 3, Principal Architect, Architect 6 and Principal Professional.
Architect-Level 6 With supervision through general directives is an architectural project manager on medium to large projects, a supervisory architect for a major group of architects and designers/drafters or a senior architect responsible for architecture by a firm. Reviews and approves conceptual designs. Directs development of new methods or techniques.Education/Experience: Minimum of 15 years of experience with BS/BA or MS/MA in architecture.Typical Titles: Senior Project Architect, Architecture Manager, Senior Design Project Architect, Architect 6, Architect Professional 6, Architectural Manager 3, Architect 7, Principal Architect Manager, Senior Architect 6 and Chief Architectural Technical Advisor.
Client Acquisition-Level 1 These first level business developers, develop client lists, track planned projects and maintain client relationships within an industry or geographic area.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical Titles: Manager 1, Representative 1, Senior Developer and Sales Engineer 1.
Client Acquisition-Level 2 These business developers track selling opportunities with clients on an industry or geographic basis. Supports client negotiations.Education/Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience.Typical Titles: Manager 2, Representative 2, Business Line Leader 1 and Senior Representative.
Client Acquisition-Level 3 These developers lead teams that track selling opportunities with clients in industries or geographic areas or are specialists in fields important to company success. Incumbents play a lead role in client negotiations. Typically reports to the top business development manager in an organizational unit.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of experience.Typical Titles: Business Line Leader 4, Principal Manager, Manager 3 and Business Line Leader 2.
Construction Supervision-Level 1 Report those who direct craft supervisors involved in one or more specialized disciplines. In union companies, report the lowest level salaried supervisors.Education/Experience: Entry Level.Typical Titles: Construction Management 1, Construction Superintendent and Construction Supervisor, Superintendent.
Construction Supervision-Level 2 These project superintendents function as second line supervisors with responsibility over several level one supervisors. On small projects serves as the senior construction supervisor.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of experience.Typical Titles: Construction Management 2, Construction Manager 3, Area Construction Superintendent, Superintendent, General Superintendent 1 and Senior Superintendent.
Construction Supervision-Level 3 These senior superintendents are responsible for organization, work methods, scheduling, cost control, conformity with drawings, workmanship and assignment of work.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience.Typical Titles: Construction Manager 1, Construction Management 3, Lead Supervisor Superintendent, General Superintendent 2 and Senior Construction Manager.
Construction Supervision-Level 4 These construction managers direct and coordinate all on-site construction activities for medium sized projects.Typical Titles: Construction Manager 2, Construction Manager, Construction Management 4 and General Superintendent 3.
Construction Supervision-Level 5 These construction managers direct and coordinate all on-site construction activities for medium sized projects.Typical Titles: Construction Manager 3, Senior Construction Manager and Construction Management 5.
Construction Supervision-Level 6 These construction managers direct and coordinate all on-site construction activities for medium sized projects.Typical Titles: Construction Manager 4, Construction Director, Construction Operations Manager 4, Principal Construction Manager and Construction Management 6.
Contract Administration-Level 1 Deals exclusively with contract issues between company and client, but does not procure or price. Ensures compliance with company policy and Federal Acquisition Regulations. Prepare billings, accounts-receivable analyses and reports for simple contracts. Prepares letter or worksheet invoices, any attached documentation, and complies with contract terms. Interacts with project/program managers to resolve billing and collection issues for accounts receivable analyses and reports.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS degree.Typical Titles: Administrator 1, Analyst 1, Professional 1 and Associate Administrator.
Contract Administration-Level 2 Deals exclusively with contract issues between company and client, but does not procure or price. Ensures compliance with company policy and Federal Acquisition Regulations. Under supervision, manages contracts with specific terms and conditions, and may analyze financial reports. Accounts receivable analysis is normally more detailed, and requires substantial interaction with program and project manager. May deal with most contract types and both private and government clients.Education/Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience with BS degree.Typical Titles: Analyst, Administrator 2, Senior Administrator, Professional 2, Specialist and Analyst 2.
Contract Administration-Level 3 Deals exclusively with contract issues between company and client, but does not procure or price. Ensures compliance with company policy and Federal Acquisition Regulations. This is the most knowledgeable manager financially administering a contract. Manages complex contracts governed by Federal Acquisition Regulations and requiring significant financial reporting and analysis. Client and program-manager contact may be significant.Education/Experience: Minimum 5 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Senior Analyst, Administrator 4, Senior Administrator, Professional 3, Senior Corporate Administrator and Senior Specialist.
Contract Administration-Level 4 Deals exclusively with contract issues between company and client, but does not procure or price. Ensures compliance with company policy and Federal Acquisition Regulations. These are the key managers in contracts who advise both client and program manager. Has extensive knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations and extensive client contact.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Professional 4, Administrator 5, Principal Administrator, Manager 2, Senior and Administrator.
Contract Administration-Level 5 Deals exclusively with contract issues between company and client, but does not procure or price. Ensures compliance with company policy and Federal Acquisition Regulations. These are the key managers in contracts who are similar to day-to-day program managers on very large dollar contracts. Has significant experience with all contract types and with negotiation, and can advise or mentor all other financial personnel.Typical Titles: Professional 5, Senior Manager, Manager 3, Professional 6 and Corporate Manager.
Design Drafting-Level 4 Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), either occasionally or one hundred percent of the time. With minimal direction, performs layout and design work from basic data. Uses theoretical and practical engineering knowledge. May apply advanced techniques in CADD and standard design applications using this equipment.Education/Experience: Minimum 5 years of experience or a BS degree and 3 years of experience.Typical Titles: Technician 3, Drafter/Designer 3, Technician 5, Designer 3, Technician 4, Designer, Designer 4, Senior Technician, Drafter 4 and Designer 2.
Design Drafting-Level 5 Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), either occasionally or one hundred percent of the time. This highest level of non-supervisory design work includes senior CADD designers.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience or a BS degree and 5 years of experience.Typical Titles: Technician 5, Technician 6, Senior Principal Designer, Designer 4, Senior Designer, Technician 4, Designer 3, Designer 5, Senior Designer 1, Advanced Designer, and Drafter 5.
Design Drafting-Level 6 Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), either occasionally or one hundred percent of the time. Technically directs design work. Assigns and schedules work and is responsible for progress and quality of drawings of a section or group of designers/drafters generally assigned to a single project or working in a specialized field.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of experience or a BS degree and 6 years of experience.Typical Titles: Technician 6, Technician 7, Principal Designer, Designer 6, Project Designer, Senior Designer, Lead/Supervising, Designer, Senior Designer 1, and Senior Designer 2.
Design Drafting-Level 7 Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), either occasionally or one hundred percent of the time. Plans and schedules work and staffing, assigns lead roles, evaluates performance and counsels assigned personnel. Include only first-level administrative supervisors.Education/Experience: Minimum 12 years of experience including experience as a lead designer.Typical Titles: Technician 7, Technician 8, Designer 5, Chief Designer, Design Manager, Supervising Designer, Senior Designer, Lead/Supervising Designer, Designer 7, Senior Designer 2, Technician 5 and, Design Specialist 1.
Design Drafting-Level 8 Incumbents perform drafting/design functions using computer graphic equipment (CADD), either occasionally or one hundred percent of the time.Prepares design criteria for design of projects and equipment, estimates drawings and resources needed to design projects, and manages company resources efficiently to accomplish assigned work.Typical Titles: Designer 6, Technician 9, Senior Design Manager, Manager, Principal Designer, Manager 4, Technician 8, Supervisor, Manager 2 and Manager 3.
Environmental Engineer-Level 1 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Selects and locates equipment, and ensures its interface with other systems, reliability and safety. Under close supervision, performs routine engineering requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Using prescribed methods, performs specific and limited portions of engineering assignments.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 1, Associate Engineer, EIT, Graduate Consultant and Associate Technical Professional.
Environmental Engineer-Level 2 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Under general supervision, evaluates, selects and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria for generally well defined tasks that are larger, more difficult and more varied than at level 1. With additional experience within one area, aids in larger and more complex designs such as emission inventories, dispersion model units, clean-up criteria determination and surface water discharge permits.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 2, EIT, Engineer 3 and Engineering Professional.
Environmental Engineer-Level 3 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Selects and locates equipment, and ensures its interface with other systems, reliability and safety. Under general supervision, does all conventional environmental engineering and analysis. Plans and independently evaluates, selects, and adapts environmental engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. May conduct site testing, inspections, and recommend design systems. May technically guide drafters/designers and less-experienced engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. Normally requires professional registration (PE).Typical Titles: Engineer 3, Engineer 4, Senior Engineer, Project Professional, Senior Technical Professional and Consultant.
Environmental Engineer-Level 4 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Selects and locates equipment, and ensures its interface with other systems, reliability and safety. With minimal supervision, independently applies advanced engineering techniques and analyses for problems and methods. May technically guide drafters/designers and engineers. Has extensive progressive experience in environmental engineering.Education/Experience: Minimum 6 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. Normally requires professional registration (PE).Typical Titles: Engineer 5, Engineer 4, Senior Engineer, Senior Engineer 2, Lead/Supervising Engineer, Engineering Principal/Manager and Senior Consultant.
Environmental Engineer-Level 5 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Selects and locates equipment, and ensures its interface with other systems, reliability and safety. Supervises/leads a group of engineers or is a technical specialist who develops and applies advanced engineering concepts and approaches to unique environmental problems. Supervisors/leaders technically direct groups and may give employee performance appraisals.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. Normally requires professional registration (PE).Typical Titles: Engineer 6, Engineer 5, Senior Engineer, Lead/Supervising Engineer, Principal Engineer, Senior Engineer 3, Senior Consultant, Engineering Manager 1 and Senior Specialist.
Environmental Engineer-Level 6 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. Under management direction, administers, supervises and/or is a technical specialist above Level 5 not including chief engineer or discipline chief. Includes the most technically competent department-expert engineers. Supervisory engineers typically supervise engineering on several small to medium projects or a single major project.Typical Titles: Engineer 7, Senior Engineer, Engineer 6, Lead/Supervising Engineer, Engineering Principal/Manager, Senior Engineer 4, Chief Technical Advisor, Supervising Engineer and Engineering Manager 2.
Environmental Engineer-Level 7 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. This level includes administrative, supervisory and/or technical specialist positions above those described in level 6, but below Discipline Chief Engineer. Typically responsible for supervising engineering and design on several small to medium projects or for a single major project.Typical Titles: Engineer 7, Senior Supervising Engineer, Technical Discipline Leader, Associate Principal and Senior Engineer.
Environmental Engineer-Level 8 Plans, designs and oversees engineering of environmental plants such as water, wastewater and chemical waste processing. This level may be referred to as Chief Environmental Engineer. Responsible for staffing, budgeting, establishing and maintaining technical standards.Typical Titles: Engineer 8, Engineering Manager, Principal and Senior Engineer.
Environmental Health & Safety-Level 1 Responsible for developing, implementing and administering safety, health, environmental protection and substance abuse prevention programs. Provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. Performs routine duties following well-defined procedures.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS or equivalent.Typical Titles: Specialist 1, Professional 1, Specialist/Advisor 1, Administrator and Technician.
Environmental Health & Safety-Level 2 Responsible for developing, implementing and administering safety, health, environmental protection and substance abuse prevention programs. Provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. This intermediate position requires knowledge and application of fundamental concepts, practices and procedures.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience with BS or equivalent.Typical Titles: Specialist 2, Specialist, Professional 2 and, Scientist 2.
Environmental Health & Safety-Level 3 Responsible for developing, implementing and administering safety, health, environmental protection and substance abuse prevention programs. Provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. This journey level position requires exercising independent and professional judgment. Under limited supervision applies accepted policies, practices and standards to promote the ES&H program. May administer the program for a small to medium sized project.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience with BS or equivalent.Typical Titles: Specialist 3, Senior Specialist, Professional 3, Specialist/Advisor 3, Scientist 3 and, Progress Development Manager.
Environmental Health & Safety-Level 4 Responsible for developing, implementing and administering safety, health, environmental protection and substance abuse prevention programs. Provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. These lead professionals have technical responsibility for a major phase of a project. Performs complex duties utilizing advanced techniques and diversified knowledge of environmental principals.Typical Titles: Senior Specialist, Professional 4, Professional 5, Lead Manager Supervisor, Scientist 4 and Specialist 4.
Environmental Health & Safety-Level 5 Responsible for developing, implementing and administering safety, health, environmental protection and substance abuse prevention programs. Provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. These technical experts and managers are responsible for developing and implementing ES&H programs. Supervises other ES&H specialist to the project. May be responsible for an ES&H program on a large complex project or multiple projects.Education/Experience: Should be certified in CIH, CSP, CHMM, PE or CHP.Typical Titles: Manager, Professional 5, Scientist 5, Senior Project Manager, Principal Manager, Scientist 6, Manager 3, Consultant
Field Engineering-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine engineering assignments requiring knowledge of basic field engineering principles. May be exposed to various aspects of field engineering and construction and may guide craft personnel.Education/Experience: Entry level for BS or MS engineering graduate.Typical Titles: Associate Engineer/Specialist, Field Engineering Associate, Engineer 1
Field Engineering-Level 2 Under general supervision, performs well-defined field engineering. Compares work in progress to specifications and design requirements, and assists construction personnel with general technical details. With additional experience within field engineering, assists field superintendents and construction management in portions of larger, more complex activities.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience in field engineering with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Engineer/Specialist, Engineer 2, Field Engineering Professional
Field Engineering-Level 3 Under general supervision, performs all aspects of field engineering including complete planning, scheduling and subcontractor review of performance to assure contract compliance, application of accepted construction technology, and acceptable standardization of materials and supplies. May provide technical guidance to less-experienced field engineering personnel.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience in field engineering with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Senior Engineer/Specialist, Engineer 3, Field Engineer 2, Senior Field Engineer
Field Engineering-Level 4 With minimal supervision, independently performs all aspects of field engineering. May provide technical guidance to field engineering personnel. Has extensive progressive experience in field engineering.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience in field engineering with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Area Engineer/Specialist, Engineer 4, Field Engineer 3, Lead Field Engineering Supervisor
Field Engineering-Level 5 Supervises or leads a group of field engineers within a discipline or specialty and coordinates engineering within construction management or is a technical specialist formulating and developing advanced field engineering. Supervisors provide technical direction and may give employee performance appraisals.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience in field engineering with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Principal Engineer/Specialist, Construction Engineer 5, Lead Field Engineering Supervisor
Field Engineering-Level 6 Administrators, supervisors and technical specialists above Level 5 within a field engineering discipline, under management direction, on site.Typical Titles: Engineer 6, Principal/Managing Field Engineer, Principal Engineer/Specialist, Engineer 3
Field Inspection-Level 1 Responsible for various degrees of inspection, of materials and workmanship for conformance to specifications. On a project basis, this position receives technical assistance from level 3 or higher inspector.Education/Experience: Entry level for technician or craftsman.Typical Titles: Technician 4, Field Inspector 1, Coordinator 1, Associate Inspector, Inspector
Field Inspection-Level 2 Responsible for various degrees of inspection, of materials and workmanship for conformance to specifications. Position is distinguished from level 1 by the degree of supervision received and the complexity of the work assigned. May be required to have working knowledge of certain examination techniques.Education/Experience: Journey level for technician or craftsman. May require certification.Typical Titles: Inspector 2, Senior Technician, Senior Inspector, Coordinator 2, Inspector Professional, Survey Supervisor
Field Inspection-Level 3 Responsible for various degrees of inspection, of materials and workmanship for conformance to specifications. This is the highest non-supervisory position and provides technical assistance to lower level inspectors. Has extensive knowledge of certain examination techniques.Education/Experience: Requires certification.Typical Titles: Field Inspector 4, Senior Inspector, Coordinator 3, Principal Inspector, Supervisory Technician, Inspector 3, Senior Technician
Field Inspection-Level 4 Responsible for various degrees of inspection, of materials and workmanship for conformance to specifications. This is a supervisory level and individuals are concerned with technical direction and administration of subordinate inspectors. May get involved with complex inspection duties.Typical Titles: Field Inspector 5, Lead Inspector, Field Inspector Manager 1, Coordinator 3, Coordinator Supervisor, Lead Inspector Supervisor
General Engineering-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine engineering requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Using prescribed methods, performs specific and limited portions of engineering assignments.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS or MS Engineers.Typical Titles: Engineer 1, Associate Engineer, Engineer
General Engineering-Level 2 Under general supervision, evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. Assignments are generally well defined. With additional experience within one area, assists in larger and more complex assignments.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience.Typical Titles: Engineer 2, Engineer 3,Staff Engineer
General Engineering-Level 3 Under general supervision, does all conventional design engineering and analysis. Plans and conducts independent evaluation, selection and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. May provide technical guidance to designers/drafters and less experienced engineers.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience.Typical Titles: Engineer 3, Engineer 4, Senior Engineer
General Engineering-Level 4 With minimal supervision, independently applies advanced engineering techniques and analyses for problems and methods. May provide technical guidance to drafters/designers and engineers. Has extensive progressive experience in general engineering.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience.Typical Titles: Engineer 4, Engineer 5, Senior Engineer, Lead Engineer, Senior Staff Engineer
General Engineering-Level 5 Supervises a group of engineers or is a technical specialist who develops and applies advanced engineering concepts and approaches to unique engineering problems. Supervisors technically direct groups and may give employee performance appraisals.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience.Typical Titles: Engineer 5, Supervising Engineer, Engineer 6, Consulting Engineer 2, Engineering Supervisor
General Engineering-Level 6 Under management direction, administers, supervises and/or is a technical specialist above Level 5 not including chief engineer or discipline chief. Includes the most technically competent department-expert engineers within a discipline. Supervisory engineers typically tactically supervise engineering and design on several small to medium projects or a single major project.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Typical Titles: Engineer 6, Engineer 7, Senior Supervising Engineer,Senior Engineer 4,Assistant, Senior Principal Engineer, Chief Engineer, Engineering Manager
General Engineering-Level 7 Heads engineering in a single engineering discipline–often called chief engineer or discipline chief. Sets policy and procedures. Directs strategic and tactical work force staffing and budgeting, and establishes and maintains technical standards within the discipline. May be the company expert within a discipline or specialty able to conceive and develop creative and innovative technology critical to company success.Includes civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, mining, piping, and structural engineers but not architectural, chemical or environmental engineers.Typical Titles: Senior Engineering Manager, Engineer 7, Engineering Manager 3,Engineer 8, Engineer 9, Chief Engineer, Engineering Discipline Manager
Global Information Systems-Level 1 Under supervision, translates and inputs existing data, including hard-copy maps, topographical maps, site plans, electronic maps, and GPS (Global Positioning System) data, into a common format. Uses software to present map-based information. Factors in differences in map projections and overlays information from different sources. Organizes and presents tabular data supporting electronic map data. Develops data sets and maps, helps develop data formats, maintains computerized data and supports end users. May collect field data. May conduct needs assessment.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS in geography, planning, engineering, computer science or related field.Typical Titles: Specialist 1, Analyst 1, Associate Specialist, Technician
Global Information Systems-Level 2 Better understands how data applies to decision-making. Programs and applies a broad range of GIS, database, and spreadsheet software for GIS design, GIS mapping and analysis, database design and system development, and compilation and analysis of geographic data. May enter information or supervise technicians to assemble input and output.Education/Experience: : Minimum 2 years of experience with BS in geography, planning, engineering, computer science or related field.Typical Titles: Specialist 2, Specialist 3, Analyst 2, Analyst 3, Staff Professional 1
Global Information Systems-Level 3 These are mid-level GIS jobs. Fully understands how data applies to decision-making. Programs and applies a broad range of GIS, database, and spreadsheet software for GIS design, GIS mapping and analysis, database design and system development, and compilation and analysis of geographic data. May use three or more sets of data simultaneously to determine curve number. May evaluate commercial GIS applications, and design and develop GIS applications for internal use and client deliverables.Education/Experience: : Minimum 4 years of broad GIS experience with BS in geography, planning, engineering, computer science or related field. May require programming in languages such as Visual Basic, HTML, Cold Fusion, Avenue, and AML.Typical Titles: Specialist 3, Senior Specialist, Specialist 4, Senior Analyst 1, Professional 3, Consultant
Global Information Systems-Level 4 These are senior GIS jobs. Independently responds to technical/administrative instructions on results expected. Plans, schedules, conducts, or coordinates detailed work. Has broad knowledge of precedents in specialty areas and good knowledge of principles/practices in related specialties. Does conventional practice but may handle complex features, such as conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional tools, and difficult coordination. Devises new approaches to problems and coordinates technical aspects of work. Mentors lower level employees. May supervise junior GIS analysts, engineers/scientists, technicians, or others. Aids new business development.Education/Experience: Minimum 5 years of broad GIS experience with BS in geography, planning, engineering, computer science or related field.Typical Titles: Specialist 4, Analyst 4, Senior Analyst, Professional 4, Senior Analyst 2, Principal Specialist, Senior Consultant
Global Information Systems-Level 5 These are GIS project leaders/managers. Directs and implements data maintenance, designs jobs, and coordinates and oversees implementation, continuing development and maintenance of GIS systems. Budgets projects and ensures budget compliance. Coordinates and prioritizes work for group to ensure that all GIS staff is chargeable and all work is completed. Participates in business development–developing proposals, presentations, and cost estimating.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of broad GIS experience with BS in geography, planning, engineering, computer science or related field.Typical Titles: Manager 1, Specialist 6, Analyst 5, Professional 5, Senior Consultant, Senior Analyst 3
Graphic Design Specialist Utilize current graphic design technology and computer software packages to produce advertisements and promotional materials for visual communications media. Originates design, art and copy layout.Typical Titles: Senior Graphic Designer, Graphic Artist 2, Graphic Artist 3, Graphic Design Professional, Marketing Graphic Artist 2
Marketing Specialist-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine tasks related to: identification of key business trends unique to the industry, design of company and unit marketing literature. Review of database systems, company intranet and web site.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical Titles: Marketing Coordinator, Marketing and Communication Specialist 1, Marketing Specialist 2, Marketing Associate
Marketing Specialist-Level 2 Provides support and assistance in several of the following areas: identification of key business trends unique to the industry, design of company and unit marketing literature. Review of database systems, company intranet and web site.Education/Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience with BA/BS degree.Typical Titles: Senior Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Specialist 2, Senior Marketer, Marketing and Communication Specialist 2,Marketing Specialist 3
Marketing Specialist-Level 3 Manages a group in marketing or is a specialist who develops and applies concepts and approaches to overall marketing opportunities.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of experience with BA/BS degree.Typical Titles: Marketing and Commercial Specialist 3, Marketing Specialist 3, Marketing Lead Supervisor, Marketing Manager
Planner-Level 1 Perform routine tasks under close supervision: Gather, edit, maintain, prepare and summarize data; forecast; run surveys; assist in preparing reports, graphics, routine correspondence and planning documents. May research economic, demographic, legal and technical variables for project impact.Education/Experience: Entry level.Typical Titles: Planner 1, Associate Planner, Planner
Planner-Level 2 Conduct project-level needs assessment. Independently collect, analyze and interpret data. Monitor industry policies, procedures and legislation. Develop or adapt baseline and statistical performance measures. Conduct and provide technical direction and prioritization of planning and permitting research. Coordinate drafters, GIS specialists and technicians. Develop feasibility studies, master plans and databases. Assist in budget preparation and in planning strategy. Prepare and give presentations. May conduct complex special analyses.Education/Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience in planning.Typical Titles: Senior Planner, Planner 3, Planner 2
Planner-Level 3 Manages a group in planning or is a specialist who develops and applies concepts and approaches to an important segment of or to the overall planning program. Assesses local, state and national trends. Full budget, cost control and technical responsibility for planning projects. Work with government agencies, contractors, and the public.Education/Experience: Minimum 8 years of experience and A.I.C.P. certification.Typical Titles: Senior Planning Manager, Planner 4, Planner 5, Principal Planner, Senior Planner 3
Process Engineering-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine engineering requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Using prescribed methods, performs specific and limited portions of engineering assignments.Education/Experience: Entry-level BS or MS engineers.Typical Titles: Engineer 1, Associate Engineer, EIT, Entry Level Engineer
Process Engineering-Level 2 Under general supervision, evaluates, selects, and applies standard process engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. Assignments are generally well defined. With additional experience within one area, assists in larger and more complex assignments.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 2, Technical Professional, Engineer 3, Engineer, Specialist
Process Engineering-Level 3 Under general supervision, does all conventional process engineering and analysis. Plans and conducts independent evaluation, selection and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. May provide technical guidance to designers/drafters and less experienced process engineers.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 3, Senior Technical Professional, Engineer 4, Engineer
Process Engineering-Level 4 With minimal supervision, independently applies advanced process engineering techniques and analyses for problems and methods. May provide technical guidance to drafters/designers and process engineers. Has extensive progressive experience in process engineering.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 4, Technical Advisor, Engineer 5, Senior Engineer, Engineer
Process Engineering-Level 5 Supervises a group of engineers or is a technical specialist who develops and applies advanced process engineering concepts and approaches to unique process engineering problems.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering.Typical Titles: Engineer 5, Senior Technical Advisor, Engineer 6, Supervising Engineer
Process Engineering-Level 6 Under management direction, administers, supervises and/or is a technical specialist. Includes the most technically competent department-expert process engineers. Supervisory engineers typically tactically supervise process engineering on several small to medium projects or a single major project.Typical Titles: Engineer 6, Chief Technical Advisor, Engineer 7, Engineering Manager 2, Senior Manager, Senior Engineer
Process Engineering-Level 7 Heads process engineering–often called chief engineer or discipline chief. Sets policy and procedures. Directs strategic and tactical work force staffing and budgeting, and establishes and maintains technical standards within the discipline. May be the company expert within a discipline or specialty able to conceive and develop creative/innovative technology critical to company success.Typical Titles: Engineer 8, Engineering Director
Project Engineering-Level 1 The individual is responsible for project engineering on small projects or portions of larger projects. A project engineer is defined for survey purposes as either an individual who has responsibility for coordinating the various engineering, construction, purchasing, scheduling and start-up aspects of a project(s) or an individual who has responsibility for the technical excellence of the engineering portion of a project(s) across all disciplines. Typically, the individual at this level has been promoted from a General Engineering Level 3 position or higher or transferred from another position of comparable level.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. A professional registration or license is preferred.Typical Titles: Project Engineer 1, Project Engineer, Project Engineering Manager 1, Project Coordinator, Assistant Project Manager, Lead/Supervising Project Engineer, Assistant Project Engineer
Project Engineering-Level 2 The individual is responsible for serving as a project engineer on medium to large projects. Typically, a Level 2 project engineer reports directly to the project manager.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. A professional registration or license is preferred.Typical Titles: Project Engineer 2, Engineering Project Manager 2, Senior Project Engineer, Project Engineer, Project Manager Engineer, Consulting Engineer 1, Consulting Engineer 2
Project Engineering-Level 3 Responsible for project engineering on very large projects . Participates in all major technical, cost, scheduling and performance decisions. Develops and maintains customer contacts for expanding product/service capabilities.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience with BS or MS in engineering. A professional registration or license is preferred.Typical Titles: Project Engineer 3, Senior Engineering Project Manager, Principal Project Engineer, Project Engineering Manager 3, Project Engineering Manager, Senior Project Manager Engineer
Project Management-Level 6 This position has bottom line responsibility for the financial and technical success of very large projects. Responsible for all phases of planning and execution on major (mega) engineering, procurement and construction projects Serves as the unifying agent accomplishing direction, coordination and control of the overall project in accordance with the established policies, procedures, systems and requirements approved by the company. Serves as the liaison with the owner on all project matters. Can manage and coordinate domestic, as well as international multiple projects, alliances and joint ventures. Supervises project personnel through subordinate leaders. Can also direct the proposal effort for these multi-faceted projects. The project’s economic risk factor will typically be high.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience with BS degree. Certification as licensed professional is preferred.Typical Titles: Project Director, Program Manager 4, Program Manager 3, Project Manager 6, Program Manager 5
Project Management-Level 7 Responsible for complete management of the largest and most complex projects. In the proposal phase, the incumbent works closely with sales, evaluating the inquiry and interpreting the client’s requirements. Upon award of the contract, the incumbent becomes the prime point of contact between the client and the company. Develops the precise scope of work, defining any changes between the original proposal and the final contractual agreement, and becomes responsible for negotiating with the client on all changes to the job in accordance with the company procedures. This position has bottom line responsibility for the financial and technical success of these projects and is responsible for all phases of project planning and execution. Can manage and coordinate domestic, as well as international multiple projects, alliances and joint ventures. Supervises project personnel through subordinate leaders. The project’s economic risk factor will typically be high.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience with BS degree. Certification as licensed professional is preferred.Typical Titles: Vice President, Senior Program Manager, Program Manager 4, Senior Program Director, Project Director 8, Program Manager 6, Program Manager 7, Executive Vice President, Portfolio Manager 7
Proposal Management-Level 1 Reviews requests for proposals (RFPs) to determine response content. Coordinates presentations for more complex or larger projects than standard. Prepares biographical information for project personnel and clients. Helps write proposals and brochures.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS in marketing, journalism or a related field preferred and some experience in marketing related position.Typical Titles: Coordinator 2, Coordinator 1
Proposal Management-Level 2 These are proposal managers more involved in overall proposal planning and strategy. Helps develop formal presentations, including audio/visual material. Coordinates office or project-site visits by client. Helps plan special presentations, tours and seminars.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience with BS degree.Typical Titles: Coordinator 3, Coordinator 2, Pursuit Leader
Proposal Management-Level 3 These are proposal managers heavily involved in major proposals for large projects and significant seminar or trade show presentations. Helps develop long-range proposal strategy. May supervise professional staff. Oversees development of multimedia presentations. Arranges and conducts office or site visits for client.Typical Titles: Senior Specialist, Manager 3, Consultant, Pursuit Manager
Proposal Management-Level 4 These are managers of proposal function. Reports to director or ranking vice president. Ensures development, approval and presentation of large, complex proposals with significant impact on firm. Sets proposal standards and ensures quality. Investigates new methods and techniques for proposal development and presentation.Typical Titles: Manager 2, Manager 4, Director
Purchasing-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine purchasing as a trainee.Education/Experience: Entry level for a BS graduate.Typical Titles: Buyer Professional 1, Buyer, Procurement Administrator 1, Procurement Representative 1, Buyer 3
Purchasing-Level 2 Journey-level purchasers up to Level 3. Conducts all aspects of purchasing a specific commodity desk within a commodity group, a complete smaller project or a portion of a larger project.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience in purchasing with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Buyer Professional 2, Buyer Professional 3, Procurement Representative 3, Material Coordinator 2,Procurement Administrator 3
Purchasing-Level 3 Most senior non-supervisory purchasers who purchase all materials in a commodity group or for a major project. May technically assist less experienced purchasing personnel.Education/Experience: Minimum 5 years of experience in purchasing with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Buyer Professional 2, Buyer Professional 3, Procurement Representative 3, Procurement Specialist, Material Coordinator 2, Procurement Administrator 3
Purchasing-Level 4 First level of direct supervisors of a group of purchasers.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience in purchasing with a BS degree.Typical Titles: Project Procurement Manager, Buyer Professional 5, Project Purchasing Assistant Manager, Procurement Manager, Senior Purchasing Agent
Purchasing-Level 5 Contract administrators with purchasing duties only. Report all supervisors and managers in purchasing above first level but not the highest level purchasing manager in the operating unit.Typical Titles: Procurement Manager, Senior Project Procurement Manager, Procurement Management 5, Procurement Director, Buyer Professional 6, Project Procurement Manager
Quality Assurance-Level 1 Under close supervision ensures that the company’s and client’s quality standards are met. Reviews drawings, procedures, procurement documents and quality control reports. Identifies and reports problems in the assigned area. Recommends appropriate corrective action. Must understand the company’s processes and develop auditing procedures.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS in engineering.Typical Titles: Analyst, Senior Analyst, Certification Administrator, Safety Technician
Quality Assurance-Level 2 Under general supervision ensures that the company’s and client’s quality standards are met. Reviews drawings, procedures, procurement documents and quality control reports. Identifies and reports problems in the assigned area. Recommends appropriate corrective action. Participates in project wide system audits including vendor or subcontractor audits.Must understand the company’s processes and develop auditing procedures.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience with BS in engineering.Typical Titles: Inspector, Specialist 1, Engineer/Specialist
Quality Assurance-Level 3 Responsible for establishing programs and processes that ensure client requirements are met. Must understand the company’s processes and develop auditing procedures. Provides quality assurance support for an assigned area to ensure that designs, procurement and installation meet quality standards. Leads project wide system audits as directed by senior quality assurance managers.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience with BS in engineering.Typical Titles: Senior Engineer/Specialist, Office/Site Manager, Specialist
Quality Assurance-Level 4 Responsible for establishing programs and processes that ensure client requirements are met. Must understand the company’s processes and develop auditing procedures. Provides leadership for quality assurance support for an assigned area to ensure that designs, procurement and installation meet quality standards. This level provides leadership for new systems development, procedures and implementation. Makes frequent decisions based on quality principles and performs as job leader.Education/Experience: Minimum 15years of experience with BS in engineering.Typical Titles: Principal Engineer/Specialist, Regional Director, Manager 4, Specialist 3, Director
Quality Assurance-Level 5 Responsible for establishing programs and processes that ensure client requirements are met. Must understand the company’s processes and develop auditing procedures.This level has supervisory responsibility over a group of quality engineers. Provides technical direction and may be responsible for employee performance evaluation.Education/Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience with BS in engineering.Typical Titles: Senior Supervising Engineer/Specialist, Director, Lead/Supervising Engineer/Specialist, Manager 1, Area Manager, Engineer Principal 5
Scientist-Level 1 Under close supervision, performs routine science using basic scientific principles. May evaluate existing environmental regulations and install, operate, and maintain environmental monitoring instruments.Education/Experience: Entry level with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Scientist 1, Assistant Staff Scientist, Associate Scientist, Professional, Scientist, Scientist 2, Project Scientist 2
Scientist-Level 2 Under general supervision, performs standard scientific studies for less complex work. With additional experience within one specialty, aids in scientific tasks such as permit applications or calibration of mathematical models for phases of a more complex project.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Scientist 2, Staff Scientist, Staff Professional 2, Scientist 3, Project Scientist 3
Scientist-Level 3 Under general supervision, performs all conventional science within a specific discipline. Independently plans and evaluates, selects, and adapts standard scientific techniques, procedures and criteria. May technically guide less-experienced science personnel. Reviews procedures for compliance with environmental regulations. Helps prepare proposals, cost estimates and reports. May conduct site assessment and investigations.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Scientist 3, Senior Staff Scientist, Senior Scientist, Scientist 4, Project Scientist 4, Technical Practice Leader 1
Scientist-Level 4 With minimal supervision, independently applies advanced science and analyses for problems and methods. May technically guide other scientists. Usually has extensive progressive experience within the scientific discipline. May monitor health standards, plan remedial action and conduct environmental audits.Education/Experience: Minimum 7 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Scientist 4, Project Scientist, Scientist 5, Principal, Senior Professional, Lead/Supervising Scientist, Project Scientist 5, Senior Scientist/Team Leader, Technical Practice Leader 2
Scientist-Level 5 Supervises/leads groups of scientists within one discipline or is a technical specialist formulating and developing advanced scientific concepts. Supervisors/leaders technically direct group, and may give employee performance appraisals. May significantly interact with clients.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience with BS or MS degree.Typical Titles: Senior Project Scientist, Scientist 5, Scientist 6, Lead/Supervising Scientist, Science Project Manager
Scientist-Level 6 Under management direction, administers, supervises and/or is a technical specialist above Level 5 and below chief scientist or discipline chief. Manages use of technical personnel and ensures technical quality.Typical Titles: Scientist 6, Scientist 7, Scientific Manager, Science Technical Leader 1, Principal Manager, Senior Principal Professional
Scientist-Level 7 This level is referred to as Discipline Chief Scientist. Leads all scientists in a single discipline–may be called Chief Chemist, Biologist, Geologist, etc. Sets policy and procedures. Directs strategic and tactical work force staffing and budgeting, and establishes and maintains technical standards within the discipline. May be the company expert within a discipline or specialty able to conceive and develop creative and innovative technology critical to company success.Typical Titles: Scientist 7, Scientific Manager, Science Technical Leader 2, Technical Discipline Leader
Start-Up Engineering-Level 2 Under general supervision, coordinates and directs pre-commissioning activities, testing of plant systems and equipment to ensure safe and reliable operation of the facility. Technically guides and directs operations engineers, technicians, client personnel, and others performing specific assignments. May train clients.Education/Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience in start-up and plant operations with BS in engineering.
Start-Up Engineering-Level 3 These are journey-level and higher non-supervisory start-up engineers. Plans, schedules and implements sequential pre-commissioning testing and initial start-up and operation of plant facilities. Receives minimal supervision and applies specialized knowledge of start-up and operational methods. May train clients.Education/Experience: Minimum 4 years of experience in start-up and plant operations with BS in engineering.
Start-Up Engineering-Level 4 These are first-level direct supervisors of testing and start-up personnel. Plans, implements, and directs pre-commissioning testing and start-up engineering on project(s), and ensures interpreting, organizing, executing and coordinating all assignments.Education/Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience in start-up and plant operations with BS in engineering.
Start-Up Engineering-Level 5 These are administrators, supervisors, and technical specialists in start-up engineering above first level but not the chief engineer or department manager. Directs start-up and operations staff. Manages all start-up and facility operations, recommends policy and procedural changes, reviews project designs and recommends design changes to ensure safe and operable projects.