Project Engineer - Denver

Job Title: Project Engineer - Denver
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Denver, United States
Salary: $120000 - $155000 per annum, Benefits: Full benefits
Start Date: 2019-04-01
Reference: BH-104606
Contact Name: Paul Henry
Contact Email:
Job Published: April 02, 2019 19:14

Job Description

Our Client delivers full EPC management solutions to the Oil & Gas industry and focuses on Midstream and Transmission markets. They operate in a very fast-paced business with a great culture and flexible working environment. Through continued growth, expansion and project wins, they have an excellent opportunity for a Project Manager (Pipelines) to join its thriving and growing Denver office.


The Project Engineer is the primary technical point of contact for the Customer and for the internal project team. The role of the Project Engineer is to be the liaison between the project team and the Project Manager.

Our Client embraces a culture that reflects its core values: Conscientious, Attentive, Merit, Integrity, & Safety. They intend for all of their hires to carry the same values.


The main function of the Project Engineer is to successfully lead the project team in the execution of the project by ensuring the delivery of quality deliverables, maintaining budget, schedule, and identify scope changes as they arise. The Project Engineer’s goal is to keep the project moving forward by identifying and resolving obstacles that would otherwise stop or hinder progress. In conjunction with the Project Manager, the Project Engineer will develop an execution strategy that meets or exceeds these goals.


  • Work with the Project Manager to develop project objectives by reviewing proposals and schedules.
  • Identify and promote the close out of project Action Items.
  • Take and/or review meeting minutes from project meetings.
  • Determine and assign deliverables and responsibilities by identifying project specific scopes of work.
  • Organize and determines project specifications by reviewing customer requirements, standards, and or go-by information.
  • Identify Scope Changes or Additions and communicate with the project team to develop the associated Change Management Documents.
  • Maintains project schedule by monitoring project progress, coordinating activities, and resolving problems.
  • Identifies critical path and/or progress inhibiting items, recommends corrective recommends corrective action, and coordinates with the Project Manager to follow through with implementation plan.
  • Prepares project status reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.
  • Review of Vendor Quotes, Develop Technical Bid Evaluations, and Perform Clarifications.
  • Ensure adherence to and implementation of Company Standard Operation Procedures.
  • Review and coordinate vendor documentation to ensure that the appropriate discipline reviewers are included on Squad Checks, and that the returned comments are complete and encompassing of the overall design objective.
  • Attend Project Reviews and Meetings (Design Review, PHA’s, Weekly Meetings, etc).
  • Provide technical input and interface for Engineering and Design deliverables including the production of some discipline specific deliverables.
Interested candidates should hold a minimum of 8-10 years of relevant experience (midstream/pipelines/transmission) together with a suitable Degree qualification. Must be located in or within easy commute of Denver, CO and be authorized to work legally in the U.S.