Location: Visalia, CA
Posted: September 2, 2021
California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio) is one of the country’s leading developers of dairy digester projects for generating renewable vehicle fuel and electricity. Founded in 2006, CalBio works closely with local dairy farmers, the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC), the California Energy Commission (CEC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the dairy industry to develop projects and help the state reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs), protect local air and water quality, while creating local jobs and providing meaningful benefits to the dairy. In partnership with its affiliates, Midwest Bioenergy, Northwest Bioenergy, and Southwest Bioenergy, the company is undertaking the development, construction, ownership and operation of dozens of dairy digester projects across the country.
A Project Engineer is a technical specialist with more than 10 year’s experience who manages projects under various company objectives. Project Engineers may act as representatives of owners due to their diverse backgrounds and knowledge. Capable of independently managing and controlling both internal and external teams from development/scoping phase, bidding, contracting, to full project execution. Possesses project management skillsets and a good working knowledge of project activities.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manages multiple projects involving a range of technical complexity and scope breadth. May also manage various companies or supervise other project managers by acting as an Owner’s Representative. Works with procurement, construction, engineers, and agencies to provide project oversight and quality control and communicate performance and expectations. Manages change and RFI processes. Recognizes the importance and yet seeks to preserve the interrelationships of quality, resources, schedules, scope, risk, and project management.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering.
Work locations are industrial and agricultural, primarily outdoors in the central valley of California. Temperatures range from 40 deg F in the winter to 115 deg F in the summer. Limited exposure to hazardous materials and/or toxic fumes will require the use of approved personal protective equipment. Regular exposure to heat, noise, flammable materials, rotating equipment, and other conditions normally encountered in an industrial environment should be expected. California Bioenergy will ensure all applicable work rules and safety requirements are closely adhered to.
This position will require heavy lifting (<50 lbs) and/or climbing ladder and/or stairs, bending squatting, and crawling in tight spaces to safely access work sites.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary is commensurate with experience. Position includes a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, bonus, paid time off, 401k matching program, and more.
Interested candidates should submit the following information:
- Cover Letter
- Employment Application