The Greeley and Hansen Recruitment Center

Greeley and Hansen is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with the federal requirements of the Drug-Free Workplace Act

 

00981: Project Manager
Office Location:NY - New York
  

We seek a Project Manager to provide expertise in project delivery and management with the expectation to manage various projects and/or programs. The Project Manager needs to have a diverse background in water/wastewater to manage projects related to design, planning and construction; and a variety of other related assignments as well as leading a diverse team environment developing engineering studies, conceptual designs, construction plans and specifications, and providing design/management support during construction. Experience/Interest in business development and client pursuit/relationship building is a plus.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Proactively mentoring staff and providing career guidance and ongoing constructive performance feedback; as well as supporting their growth while following our core values.
  • Develop and maintain client relationships with existing and new clients to understand their future needs and to ensure that their expectations are being met.
  • Ability to manage multiple technical assignments simultaneously to lead teams to complete assignments to the client's satisfaction while following the contract requirements and maintaining schedule and budget.
  • Technical excellence in planning studies, preliminary designs, final designs, program management, procurement/bid assistance, and design services during construction for water/wastewater systems (i.e., pump stations, treatment plants, stormwater systems, and climate/flood resiliency systems).
  • Identify and lead business development pursuits, including positioning and preparation of proposals and building new relationships to meet the team’s growth goals, create opportunities for staff experience, and expand our reach in impacting communities in need.
  • Manage/plan staff assignments and workload to maximize efficiency and staff engagement, mobilizes and encourages team, while helping staff achieve their career objectives. Establishes the specific (or concrete, day-to-day) plans, projects and objectives needed.

QUALIFICATIONS

    Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering is required. Master's degree is desirable, but not required.    
    Experience: Minimum 12+ years’ experience in water and wastewater design, planning, construction management and (client) business development; relevant experience with water/wastewater treatment, treatment plant experience, and climate/flood resiliency. Demonstration of experience in community engagement, climate action planning, working on a diverse team, and working with different communication styles is a bonus.
    Certifications: A PE designation in New York State is required. PE certification in other northeast states is desirable. 

SKILLS/COMPETENCIES

  • Demonstrated experience in project delivery including the management of client expectations, technical team, and financial aspects of projects
  • Ability to develop and manage client relationships and demonstrated ability to manage large projects
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, technical writing skills and attention to detail   
  • Strong technical and entrepreneurial competencies as well as a desire to expand existing client relationships and to establish working relationships with new clients
  • Demonstrable commitment for exceeding client expectations by presenting and implementing the best solutions to meet their needs
  • Self-starter with ability to participate collaboratively with team and lead and manage others

  What is it like to work here?·    

  • Collaborative and supportive team: mentoring/guidance and team introductions during onboarding
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Parental leave
  • Mental health and wellness programs
  • Access to firm-wide technical resources and staff experience through our Technical Services & Innovation Center.
  • Opportunity for promotion in the firm, through our Associates Program and/or Technical Services & Innovation Center
  • Opportunities to attend and participate in technical conferences
  • Support to participate in professional organizations/societies
  • Access to participate in our staff-led Employee Impact Groups (Diversity/Inclusion/Belonging, Workplace Reimagined, Gender Equality, Community Engagement (Volunteerism & Activism), Project Management, Technology) to enhance team dynamics, connect with employees from other offices, and to shape the future of the company.
  • In partnership with HR, support the leadership team in ensuring equitable experiences, strengthening inclusion acumen, and promoting a culture of inclusion and belonging that embraces the contributions of all team members
  • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing bias

Greeley and Hansen is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.