Job Description

A project engineer is the primary driver of project implementation. He or she generates detailed engineering documentation which governs the integration, installation, and commissioning of audiovisual systems. The project engineer closely manages and monitors the implementation of assigned projects, ensuring quality and time standards are met. Alongside other project engineers, he or she allocates documentation, programming, integration, and installation resources as necessary for each project. On larger projects involving architects and contractors, project engineers must interface well with adjacent trades and attend construction meetings as required. A project engineer collaborates with each projects’ developer to guarantee that the scope of each project is successfully completed to the satisfaction of the client. As required for successful product selection and recommendation, a project engineer must undergo continuing audiovisual education, some formal but most self directed.

Educational Background

• Bachelor of Science in Engineering Field (ME or EE preferred)
• ICIA CTS, CTS-I or CTS-D (preferred but not required)
• USGBC LEED AP (preferred but not required)

Job Requirements

  • Interest in the technologies which compose the audiovisual industry
  • Experience with computer-aided design software
  • Familiarity with building information modeling
  • Project management skills including ability to create and manage
  • Work breakdown structure
  • Gantt chart
  • Network diagram
  • Resource allocation
  • Proficiency in general computer skills, specifically Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills as required for internal and external project meeting
  • Experience in commercial construction industry (preferred but not required)