This question is about what a project engineer does, what a project manager does, and project engineer.
Project Engineer vs. Project Manager
A project engineer is a professional role that executes the engineering tasks of a project, while a project manager is someone who supervises a project.
A project engineer works on-site and must make sure their team meets specific specifications when working on a project. They handle blueprints, estimations, materials, and sometimes employees on a project. Project engineers give orders to teams and oversee their work and progress. They also solve on-site issues and record the progression of the work being done.
A project manager is someone who works on and off-site directing the entire project in terms of conception, hiring, and scheduling. Project managers often communicate directly with clients and are there to give the final presentation of their project.
A project engineer may work under a project manager but a project manager never works under a project engineer
A project engineer works more on-site than a project manager
Project managers generally have higher salaries than project engineers
Project engineers oversee a team of workers on a project site
Project managers oversee the entire project with on and off-site duties