Project Engineer Position at Paradigm (Honolulu, HI)


PROJECT ENGINEER (Full-Time Permanent Position)


  • BS Engineering upon Graduation
  • Valid Driver’s License


  • Full Medical Benefits
  • Paid Holidays/Vacation
  • Profit Sharing/Defined Benefits/401K/Bonus
  • Five Days Sick Leave


RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to):


For Estimating & Project Management:


  1. Make detailed quantity takeoffs
  2. Obtain material and Subcontractor quotes
  3. Assist Estimating
  4. Keep records of Company Bids
  5. Preparing monthly billings
  6. Processing material and subcontractor invoices
  7. Prepare correspondence with owner/developer/government agencies
  8. Prepare and track change proposals and change orders
  9. Monitor field production and job costs as required
  10. Prepare & Process T&M billings
  11. Prepare and Maintain CPM Schedule
  12. Maintain As-Built Drawing
  13. Prepare Budgets & Purchasing



Please submit your resume via email to .


94-481 Akoki Street   Waipahu, HI 96797   Tel. 847-1646  Fax 847-1646

Job Opportunity – PanGEO (Geotechnical Eng)

Job Advertisement:

Geotechnical Engineers/Geologists (Seattle)

PanGEO, Inc., a Seattle-based geotechnical engineering firm, is seeking entry-level to mid-level geotechnical engineers and/or geologists. Ideal candidates for the entry level position should have a bachelor degree in related fields with 0 to 5 years of experience; ideal candidates for the mid-level position should have 5+ years of experience in geotechnical consulting. Projects include private developments, transportation, ports and harbors, landslides, water and wastewater facilities, etc.

How to Apply:
Please email cover letter and resume to:


Siew L. Tan, PE –

Principal Geotechnical Engineer


Scholarship News and Opportunities: Office of Merit, Fellowships and Awards

Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards
A unit within Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Summer is a great time to get a head start on your scholarship search, and we’re here to help. In this newsletter, you’ll find tips and resources to help you start your search.

In this issue:
• Scholarship prep over summer
• Scholarship opportunities and resources
• Upcoming scholarship workshops
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EIT Position Available with Erlandsen

Erlandsen and Associates is currently seeking a Civil Engineer-in-Training (EIT) to support our full engineering team in our East Wenatchee Office. The successful candidate will work on multidiscipline projects performing independent engineering calculations and design, using specialized technical skills, experience and engineering judgment to transform concept designs into construction drawings and technical specifications. The work may include residential, commercial, street improvements, utility plans, freeway, roadway design, construction documents and all supporting documentation. The position may also include field inspection duties.

Other duties include:

  • Coordinate projects with supervisors.
  • Provide sketches and/or detailed layout information to design staff for incorporation into the construction drawings.
  • Design, prepare and analyze preliminary and final plans in AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
  • Analyze maps, reports, drawings, as-builts and test results for design projects.
  • Prepare and/or direct preparation and modification of reports, specifications and designs for project.
  • Provide project-specific technical information to the Project Manager for incorporation into the project specifications.
  • Some travel may be required.

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Scam Warnings Sent to International Students

CEE students, especially international students:  

Please be aware, if you’re not already, that there have been various scam phone calls targeting international students recently.  Please scroll down and read below. It’s reported that there is a another version of the scam call from “the Chinese Consulate,” asking the receiver to provide private info in order to pick up a package or to support his or her legal status in the US.   Please beware!

Criminals Stealing Money from International Students by Phone

Be careful if you receive a call from someone who claims to be from the U.S. government or the police and demands money. These calls are fake, and are from criminals. They want to scare you and steal your money!

  • Do not give payment information by phone to someone calling you with threats: credit card numbers, online account transfer information, or other personal financial information!
  • Do not buy gift cards to pay someone calling or emailing you with threats!
  • Do not give personal info to someone calling or emailing with threats: copies of your immigration documents, UW account info and password, social media info, etc.
  • Do not agree to meet an unknown caller at a strange address (parking lot, grocery store, etc.)

The U.S. government and law enforcement agencies never demand money by phone. These types of calls are from professional thieves — they use computer software to make their caller ID appear real, but they are not real police officers or U.S. government workers. These are called “scams”–attempts to steal money by lying. Continue reading