Project Engineer – Nuclear Projects
Merrick & Company's Nuclear Services & Technology team provides full service nuclear design solutions to the federal government (DOE, NNSA and NIST), nuclear research, nuclear medicine, and the commercial nuclear power industries. Merrick is seeking a highly motivated, team oriented individual to serve as a Project Engineer. The successful candidate will have strong leadership skills, the ability to focus multi-discipline teams, and skills to assist Project Managers in day-to-day technical and administrative duties.
Merrick's Greenwood Village office supports a wide range of clients and projects in the federal nuclear and commercial nuclear markets. Merrick has some very exciting projects including design of nuclear facilities, hot cells, gloveboxes, and specialty equipment for customers including the National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, and commercial medical isotope suppliers. We’ve been successful in winning some large, complex and exciting projects and need a strong project manager accustomed to a regulated work environment with discipline, ingenuity, motivation and skills to lead a multi-discipline team of engineers and designers. Merrick is seeking candidates who have technical and project management experience with design and construction of nuclear/hazardous facility systems, structures and components with an emphasis on confinement of radioactive and other hazardous materials.
This position will be in Greenwood Village, CO - a suburb of Denver. The Denver metropolitan area is a dynamic and growing community recently ranked as the #3 Best Places to Live by U.S. News.
The Project Engineer will work in a dynamic multi-discipline environment, designing systems and equipment for non-reactor nuclear facilities. The individual will direct a multi-disciplined team of engineers and designers, and serve as the primary technical interface with clients, project management, and procurement professionals. The Project Engineer serves as a liaison between the Project Manager and technical disciplines and is responsible for:
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as but not limited to: computers, phones, copiers, filing cabinets, plotters, and scanners.