The Field engineer is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the equipment that is on the site. He/She is responsible for the testing of machinery to make sure that it works and meets safety regulations. His/Her main duties of a field engineer are conducting research, installing new technologies, monitoring activities at the assigned area, and doing quality control work. He/She also creates reports of the area to ensures that all requirements are being met
- Creates reports about the assigned site
- Assists in the preparation of detailed requisitions for material purchase, services, and subcontracts
- Prepares or assists in preparing fundamental engineering computation
- Tests equipment to make sure it meets safety regulations
- Provides input to CAD Designer/Drafters working on the same project
- Monitors activities at the assigned site
- Oversees repairs and maintenance.
- Improves efficiency and safety
- Installs new technology at the assigned site
- Uses of scientific, engineering and mathematical theories to address problems that arise
- Ensures that products and departments are functioning properly
- Degree in civil engineering or related engineering field.
- Must have obtained license as a Field Engineer
- Proven previous work experience as a Field Engineer
- Extremely proficient with computer-aided drafting (CAD) software to create accurate drawings and schematics.
Skills needed for this role
The Field Engineer needs to have diagnostic skills, to determine the problem with often little to no context. He/She requires an understanding of the technical aspects of the machinery and technology in order to reach the root of the matter and think of a solution accordingly. He/She must also possess critical thinking skills since some decisions will have to be made on the spot.
Licensed Professional, Skilled Worker