High level thinking — engage with multi-disciplined team in a highly collaborative environment to drive creative results that exceed customer expectations and drive cutting edge solutions at the industry level.
Leadership — takes initiative in working with all departments, sub-consultants, and sub-contractors in the pre-con, actively find learning opportunities for continuous improvement during the construction phase, and design and engineering staff.
Innovative — be part of a well-established, growing company that thrives on innovation and thinking ahead of the market.
Learning — opportunity to engage with the client, work in a focused multi-disciplined environment, engage in industry furthered education, and learn at the forefront of industry knowledge.
Design – Build— build or extrapolate experience on total lifecycle of large scale agricultural projects including R&D, project development, feasibility and concept design, design and specification development, innovative specific solutions, estimating, procurement, construction, and commissioning.
Expert ability to problem solve and innovate solutions for customers related to biosecurity, livestock health, facility efficiencies, and livestock buildings systems and structures
Engage in management, planning, engineering, designing, and problem solving for the development of livestock structures and facilities new construction and retrofits. Evaluate, select and apply standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria, using judgment in making some substantial engineering adaptations and modifications to assigned aspects of project plans.
Assist in serving as a technical consultant concerning livestock facilities planning, design, construction and/or maintenance for different categories of facilities, and utilize program planning and budgeting cycles, financial control and budget systems, and other management tools to accomplish programming, determine resources and perform long-range planning.
Review consultant and in-house prepared design drawings, indicating basic design corrections, review technical specifications, and review engineering plans for compliance with regulatory acts. Assist in the evaluation of contract bids, make recommendations regarding feasibility studies and assist in the engineering and design management of large-scale construction projects.
Creative problem solving and resource utilization to meet customer high level objectives and value engineer solutions
Build deep understanding of Summit Livestock Facilities core value propositions, and become a key player in developing innovations and intellectual property within livestock agricultural engineering and design
Excellent at Problem Solving/Analysis.
Organized and Driven
This job will be located in an office setting most consistently; however occasional travel to job sites will be necessary.
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, agricultural engineering, a general agricultural degree closely related engineering degree from an accredited college, university or technical school.
Four years of full-time engineering experience.
Agricultural construction ideal
Preferred Education and Experience
Passed Part I of the Professional Engineer’s Examination.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Job Type: Full-time
Ag Construction Project Engineer: 4 year
Job Type: Full-time
To Apply For This Position:
Send resume to:
Human Resources Department Attn: Doug Brunton
FBi Buildings, Inc.
3823 W. 1800 S.
Remington, IN 47977