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Construction Engineer Jobs in Philadelphia, PA

Site Engineer

Randstad USA

Bear, DE

Structural Analysis Engineer

Moseley Technical Services

Ridley Park, PA

Structural Analysis Engineer

Moseley Technical Services

Ridley Park, PA

Structural, Bridge, Highway Engineers

Alaimo Group

Mount Holly, NJ

Civil Transportation Engineer

Alaimo Group

Mount Holly, NJ

Field Service Engineer

Company Confidential

King of Prussia, PA

Veterans Preferred - Civil Engineering Co-Op

American Water

Camden, NJ

Geotechnical Design Engineer II

Earth Engineering Inc.

$56000 - $66000 / Per Year


Structural Engineer

Technical Staffing Resources

Christiana, DE

Philadelphia Construction Engineer Jobs Overview

Are you motivated by tangible results and large projects? Imagine being responsible for the construction of a whole building or other structure as a construction engineer. Construction engineer jobs come with exceptional responsibilities but rewarding results.

Construction engineers may be responsible for:

  • developing construction plans
  • creating technical documents
  • projecting budgets and recording expenses
  • managing construction teams
  • coordinating supplies and vendor relationships
  • supervising the site for safety and regulatory compliance
  • serving as a liaison between clients, construction workers, architects, and civil engineers

Many projects have both a civil engineer and a construction engineer. In these cases, construction engineers are responsible for the implementation of a design and spend more time at the worksite. Civil engineers have similar job responsibilities but focus on the planning and design and spend more time in the office.

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About Working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia's population of more than 1.5 million people makes it the sixth largest city in the U.S. You may know the Philadelphia Museum of Art for its "Rocky steps," but the city is about more than Philly cheesesteaks and boxing. The City of Brotherly Love is also one of the oldest cities in the nation and is home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the National Constitution Center. Its downtown district is rich with restaurants, marketplaces, museums, and historic neighborhoods where you can dine at Bella Vista or bask in the centuries-old architecture in Logan Square. If you're ready to make Philadelphia your home, you can search for Philadelphia jobs on Monster.

With one of the largest workforces in the U.S., Philadelphia is a great place to find work. And the cost of living isn't so bad either. Even if you don't find that dream job in Philly, there are 18 Fortune 500 companies within an hour's drive of the city. You can also check out job opportunities in other Pennsylvania cities such as Reading, Allentown, and Lancaster.

Update Your Philadelphia Construction Engineer Resume

By the time you're ready to apply for a job in construction engineering, you should have plenty to include on your resume, but how you present the information is as important as the content. Read our resume tips for engineers to learn what to include and how to highlight your skills and credentials. You can also get some helpful suggestions for writing a cover letter by taking a look at our sample civil engineer cover letter.

How Much Do Construction Engineer Jobs Pay in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?

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