Nov 20, 2020

Sr. Water/Wastewater Project Manager

  • Fetch Careers, Inc.
  • Wilmington, NC, USA
Full time Engineering Civil Engineer Environmental Engineer

Job Description

As a member of this team, you would contribute to the firms' mission by:

• Managing master planning, design, and construction administration for water and wastewater projects

• Assisting in new business development by contributing to strategic planning, marketing, and business operations planning

• Collaborating with sales staff to create proposals in response to client requests for proposals (RFPs)

• Serving as a leader of project teams and mentoring junior staff, including the coordination and reviewing of project assignments

• Working with leadership to identify, recruit, and interview new hires candidates

• Being active in the water/wastewater industry, keeping abreast of emerging technologies, research/development opportunities, and conference/committee participation in professional societies

• Effectively working with key technical specialists, project team members, and delivery managers

• Assisting with preparation of design drawings and specifications

• Preparing, monitoring, and managing project budgets and schedules while managing the firm’s risk

• Providing planning and program analysis work including preparation of technical documents/reports

• Reviewing draft proposals for adherence to firm, industry, state, local, and federal regulations and best practices

• Interfacing with clients, project stakeholders, and firm management to facilitate delivery of projects, provide status updates, and respond to questions as necessary

Minimum Qualifications :

• Bachelor's Degree

• 13 years of related experience

• Current Project Manager certification (either PMP, CCM or DBIA) or ability to receive within 12 months of start date

• Domestic and/or international travel may be required. The frequency of travel is contingent on specific duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position, which may vary depending on workload and project demands.

Preferred Qualifications :

• Bachelor’s degree in civil, environmental, or chemical engineering

• Professional engineering (PE) license (NC preferred or the ability to obtain within one year)

• Previous experience and demonstrated performance in the planning and design of water/wastewater projects in Eastern North Carolina

• Strong communication skills with internal and external clients

• Experience as a leader, mentor, and problem solver with a determination for excellence

• Project management experience in eastern North Carolina

• Alternative project delivery experience

• Master's degree

Environmental Factors :

Employees may be placed in a company site or a client site in a professional office environment or in a field environment based on the nature of the employee's responsibilities, an assigned project or task, the skills of the employee and the work available. Work may require active and focused participation in meetings or conference calls (e.g., communicate, express oneself and exchange information, etc.) of varying durations of time. May be frequent periods of high productivity with varying tight or rigid deadlines. Work demands may require employees to work beyond the standard scheduled workday or workweek. May be required to move about the assigned work location. May be required to operate and use a PC/computer/electronic device. When working in an office setting, may be required to move about to access files and utilize office equipment. While in an office setting, lifting will generally involve carrying one’s work materials and tools e.g., laptops, etc. For positions involving file management activities, lifting will generally involve carrying files and boxes. For certain Facilities group positions, lifting up to 50 pounds may be required to move supplies, make deliveries, etc. When working in the field, may be exposed to hazardous weather conditions; extreme temperatures (hot or cold); excessive humidity; dampness or chilling; loud and/or continuous noise, vibrations or other sensory conditions; hazardous/dirty materials, equipment, locations; or working around machinery with moving parts, and/or moving objects or vehicles. When working in the field, may be required to move about to utilize and operate field equipment and/or machinery and to navigate slippery and uneven terrain. When working in the field, may be required to work in and move about a confined space. While working in the field, lifting may be required generally up to 50 pounds.

We will consider candidates that require VISA transfer/sponsorship for this position.

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