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- Subject: Career Opportunity
- From: "chuck and charlene" <cogibson(--nospam--at)webzone.net>
- Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 20:18:58 -0500
Any suggestions regarding the following career opportunity will be appreciated.
Engineering manager: plans, directs and completes all corporate engineering both directly and through subordinate engineers (Senior Engineer, Engineers at Levels I,II and III) and technicians.
Review, approve and implement all engineering standards, policies and procedures. Responsible for material document and control and personnel in accordance with company policy. Ensure that all required certificates, permits, stamps, etc. are maintained. Evaluate information and analyze problems logically to develop
solutions. Technical engineering input for estimating and bid proposals, interpretation of codes, regulations, specifications and related issues. Direct and monitor all personnel activities within engineering including manpower, forecasting, salaries, staff assignments and related matters. Capable of handling a variety of projects with changing priorities.
Educational and experience requirements include a masters degree in Structural Engineering and ten years experience in pre-stressed and post-tensioned construction engineering and design. Extensive knowledge of engineering and design techniques plus thorough understanding of all engineering
disciplines. Must be able to analyze complex engineering problems. Excellent oral and written communication and organizational skills are essential. Professional Registration in OK, TX, AR, MO, and KS (emphasis OK & TX) is required.
Position in Tulsa, OK with a manufacturer of pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete products.
Chuck Gibson, Tekworx, 2250 E. 73rd Street, Ste 120, Tulsa, OK 74145
Phone: (918) 492-3350 Fax: (918) 492-7023 Email: cogibson(--nospam--at)webzone.net
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