WATER RESOURCES PROJECT MANAGER MUNICIPAL CIVIL ENGINEERING
LFA is seeking a highly motivated, experienced Water Resources Project Manager to join our team of designers and professionals serving state and local municipal clients. The successful candidate shall have an understanding and involvement in leadership and project management in water resources projects, specifically relating to municipal and public works infrastructure, storm and sanitary sewer collection design, lift stations, water distribution system design, and combined sewer overflow planning and analysis. Tools, guidance, and ongoing opportunities to further your project management and technical skills will be provided to ensure your continued success.
- 10 years of water resources consulting engineering and project management experience.
- Conscientious, decisive, proactive, team-oriented, and quality focused.
- Design/project management experience in the following types of water resources projects: municipal utility and public works infrastructure, storm and sanitary sewer collection system design, lift stations, water distribution system design, and combined sewer overflow planning and analysis.
- Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Indiana (or ability to become licensed).
REMOTE WORK OPTIONS AVAILABLE
- Project management on a variety of planning and design level water resources projects.
- Embodies a seller-doer mentality by being a primary point of contact with clients, identifying potential projects, and developing scopes of work and project proposals. • Coordinates and guides preparation of construction documents with CAD staff, Operations staff, clients, and other internal staff.
- Manages projects for product quality, client satisfaction, and budgetary objectives.
- Ensures that project undergoes standard quality assurance activities including design reviews, inspector daily reports, engineer reports, documentation checks, and drawing reviews.
- Oversees construction administration activities including processing of shop drawings and Requests for Information (RFI) and performance of site observations.
- Tracks budget and invoicing though duration of project.
- Monitors scope creep to determine if additional services are warranted. Applicants shall have a desire for increasing responsibility and willingness to make significant contributions in a team-oriented environment. Our Water Resources Group provides consulting engineering services on a wide range of projects including dams, water distribution systems, sewer collection systems, open channel flow, and hydraulics/hydrologic analyses.