Water Resources Project Manager
If you want more responsibility, more challenge and more autonomy, in both your technical and management roles, while working on diverse civil/environmental projects, achieve your goals at our well-respected and award-winning Boston area firm.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Project Manager with broad experience in planning, design, and construction of municipal water supply, treatment and distribution systems in Massachusetts. The Project Manager will be based out of our Quincy or Woburn, MA offices and should have experience working on multiple project assignments with diverse clients. Must be able to manage all project technical, budget, staff, and client aspects of assignments. Business development skills that encompass lead identification and pursuit, strategic planning, proposal development, presentation, and interviews are a must.
Education and Experience: B.S. or M.S. Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering with 7 or more years of experience
Registrations: Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts and Connecticut preferred
Technical Skills: AutoCAD, GIS, modeling experience
Interpersonal Skills: Demonstrated ability to work effectively with clients, staff, Subconsultants, and contractors through effective leadership. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Desire to manage and mentor junior staff preferred.
Environmental Partners Group is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary engineering firm. Environmental Partners specializes in a wide range of engineering disciplines to support our public and private sector clients. Our core disciplines include Civil Engineering, Construction Management & OPM Services, Drinking Water, Emergency Management Services, Environmental, GIS & Asset Management, Stormwater, Traffic & Transportation, and Wastewater. Please apply using the links below. No phone calls please.
Please apply using the following link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/2060/Environmental-Partners-Group-Inc
Updated: October 3, 2018