The Facility Engineering group assures that facilities, utilities, systems, and equipment are provided, maintained, upgraded, expanded, or retired in a reasonable manner. The Marine Terminal Facility Engineer maintains these services by providing mechanical/civil/structural engineering skills and related functions for the modification, maintenance, and/or construction of Marine berth structures, ship fender systems, and associated wharf berthing systems. The Marine Facility Engineer participates in projects to ensure the viability of engineering designs and extended utilization of Port facilities and assets.
BS degree in mechanical, civil or structural engineering field is required; advanced degree is desirable.
Professional Engineering license (required).
6 plus years' experience in an engineering capacity; experience as project and/or personnel lead is desirable; or the equivalent combination of education and/or relevant experience.
Ability to obtain and maintain valid Oregon or Washington driver's license (required).
Experience working with mechanical/structural heavy equipment type maintenance and operations; machinery types include container cranes, whirly cranes, bulk unloaders, and DC or AC type electrical/mechanical machines drives and control systems is preferred.
Knowledge of pavement asset management programs and experience in pavement systems life cycle is preferred.
Knowledge of railroad rail asset management programs and experience in the rail track, rail bed, ties and switches life cycle is preferred.
Knowledge of Marine berth maintenance dredging, building roof management; asset management or building maintenance/management programs.
Must be knowledgeable with current vessel berthing practices including marine fender systems, piles, breasting dolphins, other structures and vessel berthing components.
Experience in the operation, maintenance and/or construction of marine terminal facilities including bulk handling, auto importing/processing facilities and container handling facilities.
Proficiency using Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint) and other software applications.
Excellent communications skills both written and oral.
International Building Code (IBC) and other construction codes.
Must obtain and maintain security clearance for unescorted access to secure Port facilities, which may require a criminal background check.
For further information regarding this position, Marine Terminal Facility Engineer, please go to: https://www2.portofportland.com/Careers#Openings
Our mission is to enhance the region's economy and quality of life by providing efficient cargo and air passenger access to national and global markets. Port of Portland operations impact the entire Pacific Northwest. But as a regional government agency, its official boundaries include only Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon.