The Project Engineer’s primary duty is developing and leading a project from initial concept, through the design process to implementation, with specific emphasis on the engineering design, analysis and management of the Port’s maintenance, capital improvement and public works projects. This includes preparing applications and balancing multiple projects against resource availability. Responsibilities will include coordination and supervision of consultants, contractors and identified Port Labor working on various projects. This position will also provide in-house engineering services to the Planning and Environmental, Business Development and Marine Terminal departments.
This position generally requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited college or university or a minimum of seven years of experience with a background in engineering, construction management, project management or another related field. This position requires the ability to acquire a Professional Engineering (PE) license.
About Port of Longview
Operating since 1921, the Port of Longview has eight marine terminals and waterfront industrial property spanning 835 acres on the deep-draft Columbia River, 66 miles from the Pacific Ocean in Southwest Washington state.
The Port plays an important role in economic development by creating jobs in manufacturing and international trade. Here at the Port, we develop infrastructure to support these jobs, creating a positive economic ripple that strengthens the local community.
International trade has grown since 1921, and the types of cargos handled by the Port have diversified. Our cargo handling specialties include all types of bulk cargos and breakbulk commodities such as steel, lumber, logs, grain, minerals, fertilizers, pulp, paper, wind energy, project and heavy-lift cargo.