The role of Resident Engineer requires strong communication and organizational skills, self-directed and able to inspire and lead a team, strong field background, experience performing and managing QA/QC and inspections, and highly adept serving and managing Owner requirements and expectations.

The Resident Engineer is responsible for working to ensure scope, schedule and budget information is available for tracking. This individual should demonstrate strong construction management skills; successful past experience managing construction contracts; successful day to day management of construction projects; field staff oversight; project inspection controls; review and approval of contractor progress payments; timely notice and documentation of changes; drafting of correspondence for the owner; strong communications skills and implementation of QA/QC processes; technical support and/or making recommendations as to entitlement for changes in the work; ability to work closely with design consultant and owner; and coordinating project activities. It is strongly preferred that the Resident Engineer have up to date Certification of Erosion/Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) Training. The Resident Engineer may oversee work of independent inspectors.

Strong preference for transit facility experience for clients such as Sound Transit, King County Metro, Pierce Transit, Port of Seattle, and Community Transit including work on maintenance and operations facilities, administrative support offices, parking garages, and other vertical construction types.