Job Description

Uruma City,JP
Remote Work:
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Architectural Engineer

Key Role: 

Serve as an architectural engineer in the public works branch in support of Marine Corps Base Butler Strategic Basing Actions as part of larger USMC Force Design 2030 initiatives. Be responsible for providing expert level technical advice on the planning and programming requirements for the design and construction of existing facilities repair and alteration projects. Provide expertise across engineering disciplines and perspective on technical issues and planning related to military and federal facilities. Advise and assist on the coordination of all engineering disciplines, including architectural, mechanical, electrical, structural, and civil engineering, on complex programs and projects. Serve as the engineering team lead in conducting Existing Conditions Surveys of existing facilities to compile a list of functional and code deficiencies. Assist the Basing Action Planning Team in determining scope of work for Initial Operational Capability and Final Operational Capability projects. Conduct review and analysis of existing facilities design and construction, and recommend appropriate project design processes. Review, adapt, and assist in implementing U.S. government guidance, policies, and standards for design and construction plans, providing highly technical professional advice to the government client. Provide cross-discipline expertise on engineering policies, procedures, and capabilities to assist the client in determining direction of programs and projects. Support the Basing Action Planning Team with monthly project status reporting. 

Basic Qualifications: 

  • 3+ years of experience in the architectural engineering field
  • Experience with architectural design concepts, principles, techniques, and practices for developing planning requirements for the design and construction of existing facilities repair and alteration projects
  • Experience in the coordination and management of mechanical, electrical, structural, and civil engineering disciplines for architectural planning of complex projects
  • Knowledge of architectural design concepts, principles, techniques, and practices for facilities sustainment, restoration, and modernization (FSRM), or for urban and regional planning, and campus or facilities planning
  • Knowledge of architectural and engineering design, construction and use of land, structures, and buildings
  • Knowledge of military organizations, equipment, and missions
  • Ability to advise the government client in the planning, budgeting, scheduling, and coordination of various aspects of construction projects
  • Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with other architects, engineers, and stakeholders to convey highly technical information clearly
  • Secret clearance 
  • Bachelor's degree in Architectural Engineering

Additional Qualifications: 

  • 10+ years of experience working with military, municipal, federal, or state design projects
  • Experience in Facilities Planning 


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.


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