Transportation Project Manager
- Location: USA
- Salary: £95k - 115k per year
Experienced professionals and recent graduates can discover a fulfilling, long-term career with a technology and innovation leader, where they'll find more than just a job. The company offers an exceptional work environment, providing its staff with a comprehensive benefits package, flexible work schedules, and an outstanding 401K match, among other perks.
There is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated transportation engineer seeking career advancement. The role involves designing and leading a variety of transportation projects for State, County, Tollway, and Local Agencies, as well as managing transportation design projects. The ideal candidate will have experience in both of these areas and be a team player, working collaboratively with diverse disciplines and offices. The position may be available in various locations.
We are seeking a Project Manager/Transportation Engineer to join our expanding team in Portland, Oregon. In this role, you will manage and lead transportation and roadway design projects while collaborating with top professionals in the transportation design industry. You will have the opportunity for career advancement and contribute to the firm's growth in transportation engineering in Oregon.Responsibilities: Manage transportation projects focused on roadway, highway, and bikeway facilities for local governments and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).Lead design tasks and maintain quality control of work products to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget.Collaborate with peers to solve technical challenges and contribute to project pursuits.Develop B&N's Transportation marketing strategy to expand our client base and provide repeat services to current clients.Monitor task performance indicators, budgets, schedules, and manage risk.Coach junior-level staff and collaborate with PE's across the firm. Skills & Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in civil or transportation engineering from an ABET accredited program.PE registration in the State of Oregon or ability to obtain it with reciprocity.10+ years of related roadway design and project management experience.Proficiency in MS Office, traffic software (Microstation and/or AutoCAD), and experience with Bentley OpenRoads/Civil 3D.Excellent communication and team leadership skills.Self-motivated and adaptable, including the capability to learn virtual collaboration tools. Benefits: Medical, dental, and vision insurance.Immediate accrued paid time off and paid parental leave.401(k) with match and no vesting schedule, flexible spending or health savings account options, basic life insurance/short-term & long-term disability coverage at no cost to the employee with the option to purchase supplemental life insurance.Bonus program, flexible hours, and hybrid work schedule options.Tuition assistance and professional development opportunities.Casual dress.
We are currently seeking to add a Senior Transportation Engineer to join our dynamic team.$150,000 to $180,000 annually, full-time, with benefits. This position will have a key role in a variety of transportation projects for ODOT and local agencies throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. In doing so, they will lead the Portland transportation engineering team in, project pursuits, project management, and design. Projects include large complex highway projects, bridges, intersections, trails, ADA improvements, and urban and rural roadway corridors. These are large multi-discipline projects requiring design of stormwater, sewer, waterlines, staging, and traffic control. In addition to leading projects, this position will actively participate in the seller-doer model of business development, continued company success, and the mentorship of junior staff. QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering 12+ years of experience with ODOT and/or local agency transportation projects in Oregon Professional Engineer (PE) license in Oregon, or the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire Proficient with Microsoft Office, and AutoCAD Civil 3D Familiarity with ODOT, AASHTO, and MUTCD design manuals Familiarity with related codes and standards Ability to work in fast paced environment Ability to adapt and take initiative Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to legally work in the US Valid Driver's License Desirable Qualifications Proficient in MicroStation Inroads 3D modeling Experience leading a group of engineers PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Business Development for multi-discipline transportation projects for ODOT and local agencies in Oregon Project Management Creation of market proposals Effectively self-manage multiple assignments, and prioritize with input from Principal in Charge Maintain active communication Coordinate with subconsultants or other consultants on larger projects Keep projects on schedule and within budget Keep clients satisfied Write reports and technical memos Mentor and train junior staff Represent the company in a professional manner Participate in professional organizations
Job Title: Transportation Engineer - Revolutionize the Way We Move!Location: Chesterfield, MO, Collinsville, IL, or Chicago, IL (Remote work or in-office)Company Overview: Are you ready to be part of a transportation engineering firm that is reshaping the way we navigate our world? At [Company Name], we are driving innovation, efficiency, and sustainability in transportation systems. Our team is dedicated to transforming the way people move, connecting communities, and improving lives. Join us in revolutionizing the future of transportation!Job Description: Calling all passionate and skilled Transportation Engineers! We are seeking talented individuals to join our dynamic team and play a crucial role in designing cutting-edge transportation solutions. If you have a knack for analyzing systems, envisioning smarter roadways, and enhancing mobility, this is the opportunity you've been waiting for. Join us in shaping the future of transportation!Responsibilities: Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to develop and implement transformative transportation projects.Evaluate existing infrastructure, conduct traffic impact studies, and optimize traffic flow to improve performance.Utilize advanced software and modeling tools to simulate traffic patterns and forecast future demands.Prepare innovative design concepts, technical reports, and persuasive presentations for clients and stakeholders. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a related field. Master's degree is a plus.Professional Engineer (PE) licensure in Missouri or Illinois preferred.Proven experience in transportation engineering, design, and project management.Proficiency in transportation analysis software and computer-aided design (CAD) tools.Strong understanding of traffic engineering principles and geometric design standards. Join us in revolutionizing the way we move! At [Company Name], we offer competitive compensation, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. If you're ready to make a lasting impact on transportation systems and be part of an innovative team, apply today. Let's reshape the future of transportation together!To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant work samples showcasing your transportation engineering expertise.
In this role, you will be a California licensed Professional Engineer (PE) responsible for project management, budget management, engineering reports and analyses, and the design and preparation of plans, specifications, and cost estimates. Your expertise will be utilized on a variety of projects for diverse clients, including Public Works projects. You may also have the opportunity to mentor less-experienced team members on AutoCAD Civil 3D. As a Project Manager, you may be involved in obtaining new business opportunities as a "seller-doer" within your field.Job Duties: Manage multiple civil engineering Public Works projects concurrently.Ensure project scope, budgets, and schedules are tracked and fulfilled according to contract commitments while maintaining profitability.Effectively oversee quality assurance and quality control processes.Utilize your technical knowledge to prepare plans, specifications, and estimates for transportation projects (roadway and intersection widening, street rehabilitation, streetscape improvements, complete streets, etc.), storm drain systems (hydrology and hydraulics), water quality Best Management Practices (BMPs), sanitary sewer systems, and water pipelines.Serve as the primary interface with clients, coordinating projects, and ensuring adherence to quality standards, efficiency levels, and client satisfaction.Direct and mentor project engineers and design engineers on technical matters and procedures, acting as a valuable technical resource for the team.Build and foster client relationships, develop letter proposals (scope, schedule, and fee estimates), and maintain a high level of client service and satisfaction.Experience managing project budgets and delivering projects on time and within budget.Knowledge of typical civil engineering design software programs, including AutoCAD, Civil3D, Hydrology and Hydraulic, AES, WSPG, Flowmaster, etc.Proficiency in MS Office Suite.Demonstrated experience in staff management, mentoring, and resource management. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college.California Professional Engineer (PE) license.Minimum of 10 years of experience in Civil Engineering, specifically related to Public Works projects.Minimum of 4 years of project management experience in the context of Public Works projects.Strong budget management skills.Previous experience working with the City of Los Angeles is preferred.Working knowledge of relevant computer software programs used in civil engineering design.Proficiency in the MS Office Suite.Proven track record of delivering superior client service and successful project delivery.Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects, ensuring on-time delivery within budget.Experience in staff management, mentoring, and resource management. We Offer: Competitive salaries and relocation assistance.Excellent benefits package.Remote work flexibility.Active and positive team-building work environment. If you are a highly skilled and experienced Civil Engineer looking for a new challenge in a supportive and dynamic environment, we encourage you to apply.
Revolutionize the Roads: Join us as a Design Build Project Manager in Transportation and Ignite Change in Irvine, California!Are you ready to make your mark on the transportation landscape of one of California's most vibrant cities? We are seeking an exceptional Design Build Project Manager in Transportation to lead the way in revolutionizing Irvine's road infrastructure. If you're passionate about transforming the way we move and thrive on delivering innovative transportation solutions, this is the opportunity you've been waiting for!As a Design Build Project Manager in Transportation, you will be at the forefront of reshaping the future of Irvine's transportation system. Collaborating with a dynamic team of experts, contractors, and local authorities, you will lead the delivery of cutting-edge transportation projects that enhance connectivity, improve traffic flow, and create sustainable and efficient road networks. From major roadway expansions to smart traffic management systems, you will have the chance to leave a lasting legacy on Irvine's mobility.At our firm, we foster a culture of innovation, collaboration, and technical excellence. As a Design Build Project Manager, you will have the freedom to bring your creative ideas to the table, utilizing your expertise in transportation design, project management, and construction coordination to deliver projects that push the boundaries of what's possible. Your ability to manage project timelines, budgets, and stakeholder expectations will be crucial in ensuring successful project delivery from start to finish.Beyond the professional growth and career development opportunities, joining our team in Irvine means being part of a community that values collaboration, diversity, and a relentless drive to make a positive impact. You'll be surrounded by like-minded professionals who share your passion for transforming transportation infrastructure and creating sustainable, people-centric cities.If you're a visionary leader with a proven track record in managing complex transportation design build projects, a knack for building strong partnerships, and a commitment to excellence, we want you on our team. Together, we will reshape the future of Irvine's transportation network and create a legacy that will benefit generations to come.Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Join us in Irvine, where innovation, transportation, and career growth intersect. Apply now and embark on a journey that will redefine the way we move and shape the future of transportation in one of California's most exciting cities!
Seeking a Civil Transportation Engineer for our downtown Chicago office. This role requires conventional aspects of civil engineering and roadway design and will work under the supervision of a senior civil engineer. Design tasks will include a variety of topics: roadway geometrics and pavements, cross sections, MOT, grading, storm sewer, ADA ramps, and traffic signals. A qualified candidate will demonstrate responsible care and judgement while performing most tasks, assignments and designs independently. Guidance and mentoring will be provided as required for unusual or complex assignmentsResponsibilities: Execute civil engineering design from initial stages to final designProduce plans, specifications, reports, and quantity calculationsEnsure design adherence to state and local codes, regulations, and agency mandatesCollaborate with reviewers to ensure precision and quality of workCoordinate with other departments for multi-disciplinary projectsManage project documentationPlan and schedule assigned work and training in coordination with the supervising engineerPossess independent critical thinking skills to make timely and informed decisions - Perform other duties as necessary Minimum Qualifications: Possess a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from an ABET-accredited institutionHave a minimum of 3 years of experience in transportation designDemonstrate experience in Illinois transportation projects, working with local agencies such as IDOT, Tollway & CDOTHold EIT/FE certification (PE License preferred)Exhibit proficiency in MicroStation, Geopak, PowerGeopak, and/or OpenRoads softwareDisplay excellent verbal and written communication skillsShow exceptional organizational skills with keen attention to detailCapable of working independently in a hybrid work environment while managing multiple priorities and meeting deadlines
Position: Civil Engineer Design LeadLocation: Pacific NorthwestSalary: $95,000 to $110,000 per yearEmployment Type: Full-time with benefitsJob Description:We are currently seeking a talented and experienced Civil Engineer Design Lead to join our dynamic team. In this role, you will play a pivotal role in delivering dynamic projects that positively impact our communities. Our projects encompass a wide range of areas, including local agency transportation projects (such as signalized/roundabout intersection improvements, highway interchanges, and road corridors) and various land development projects (including residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional projects). As the Civil Engineer Design Lead, you will work collaboratively in a team environment with opportunities to engage directly with clients.Qualifications:Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a related fieldProfessional Engineer (PE) license in Oregon and Washington, or the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire6+ years of design experienceProficiency in design software such as AutoCAD Civil 3D or MicroStation InroadsExcellent oral and written communication skillsFamiliarity with local development codes and standardsPositive attitude and willingness to work collaborativelyAuthorization to work in the USValid Driver's License Desirable Qualifications: Background in road and site design in the Pacific NorthwestFamiliarity with AASHTO, MUTCD, ODOT/WSDOT Design ManualsKnowledge of local agency design standards Primary Job Responsibilities: Lead design teams on small to moderate-sized projects and act as a discipline lead on larger projectsPerform civil engineering design tasks for state and local municipal public works and land development projectsLead design teams and collaborate with technical staff to develop construction documents, prepare technical reports, and coordinate with subconsultantsApply flexibility and creativity to develop solutions for various technical challengesDemonstrate commitment to personal and corporate professional developmentParticipate in professional organizations and represent the company If you meet the minimum qualifications and are excited about taking on a challenging role as a Civil Engineer Design Lead, we invite you to apply. Join our team and contribute to the successful delivery of projects that shape our communities in the Pacific Northwest.
Envision a place dedicated to delivering an unparalleled employee experience, where you can engage in meaningful projects, shape your career trajectory, and receive investment and support from your colleagues. You'll be empowered to perform at your very best, equipped with the tools and resources you need, and receive the utmost care for you and your loved ones' well-being.At the heart of our company are our employees, and we strive to be the employer of choice. Our aim is to foster a stimulating, forward-thinking, and inclusive work environment that encourages personal growth, leadership, and career advancement for all. We welcome passionate individuals who challenge conventions, offer top-notch solutions, and bring unique perspectives. By joining our team, we can create a positive impact and help transform the world.Job Description Hybrid work options available.Lead teams in developing large-scale projects, including highways, tunnels, mass transit, and aviation engineering designs of moderate to high complexity, to meet client requirements.Sign and seal engineering designs as necessary.Review draft designs to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and approve completed designs.Ensure adherence to firm policies and practices for all designs.Conduct site reviews and studies to ensure designs align with location specifications.Update design requirements as needed.Inspect new construction and existing transportation structures as required.Collaborate with sales staff to create proposals for current and potential clients.Review draft proposals for compliance with industry, state, local, and federal regulations and best practices.Meet with current and potential clients to review their design needs.Attend conferences and symposia with applicable sales staff to increase visibility of the firm's products and services.Serve as the primary point of contact for external clients and industry contacts.Collaborate with clients and government officials to clarify technical questions and provide project updates to management.Perform other duties as required.Provide technical guidance and training to junior staff.Mentor junior staff to support their professional growth within the firm.May supervise junior engineers on project work. Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor's degree in Civil, Transportation, or Structural Engineering or a related discipline is required.Professional engineering (PE) license is required.A minimum of 12 years of related experience is required.Domestic and/or international travel may be necessary for specific duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position. The frequency of travel will depend on workload and project demands.Equivalent directly related experience may be considered in lieu of a degree. Certification/License Requirements Professional Engineer Preferred Qualifications Production level proficiency with Bentley MicroStation and MDOT OpenRoads Designer (ORD) Connect Edition.Experienced in or have a good understanding of the Transportation Management Plan (TMP) based on the MDOT Workzone Safety and Mobility Manual.Experience in Hydraulic Analysis and modeling for Bridges and Culverts, and Scour Analysis.Experience in Drainage Study, Storm Sewer Design and Stormwater, and Best Management Practices (BMP's). Amount of Travel Required 5%
We are seeking a Senior Traffic Engineer with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil or transportation engineering from an ABET accredited program and a Professional Engineer (PE) registration in the State of Oregon or the ability to obtain it through reciprocity. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 10 years of experience in traffic studies or traffic design, be proficient in MS Office and traffic software such as AutoCAD or Microstation, and have experience with traffic engineering analysis software such as HCS, Synchro, Rodel, TransModeler, or VISSIM.Responsibilities: Manage and lead transportation and roadway design projects in our Portland officeContribute to the development of transportation marketing strategyMaintain quality control of work product and successfully complete projects on time and within budgetCollaborate on project pursuits and technical challengesLead design and monitor task performance indicators, budgets, schedules, and contribute to management of riskCoach junior level staff and collaborate with PE's across the firm Skills & Qualifications: Bachelor of Science degree from an ABET accredited civil or transportation engineering programPE registration in the State of Oregon, or ability to be registered with reciprocity10+ years of related roadway design and project management experience, knowledge of ODOT standards is a plusExperience leading design tasks or serving as roadway design lead. Relationships with ODOT and local agencies a plusPrior proposal development and client relationship management experience is desirableProficient in MS Office and traffic software such as Microstation and/or AutoCADExperience with Bentley OpenRoads/Civil 3D a plusGreat communication and team leadership skillsSelf-motivated and adaptable, including the capability to learn virtual collaboration tools Benefits: Medical, dental, and vision insuranceImmediate accrued paid time offPaid parental leave401(k) with match and no vesting scheduleFlexible spending or health savings account optionsBasic life insurance/short-term & long-term disability coverage at no cost to the employee with option to purchase supplemental life insuranceBonus programFlexible hours and hybrid work schedule optionsTuition assistanceProfessional development opportunitiesCasual dress
This established consulting firm specializes in engineering, planning, building codes, and construction compliance. With office locations in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellingham, Washington, we have built a strong reputation in the industry. As a growing firm, we have a significant backlog of municipal consulting services contracts in the Northwest, primarily serving clients in Western Washington. We take pride in being an employee-owned and managed company that fosters employee development and retention within a positive, collaborative, and challenging work environment. We are committed to ensuring a healthy work-life balance for all staff members.Expertise: Over the years, we has provided comprehensive assistance to a diverse range of clients in the Puget Sound region for their wastewater treatment needs. Our services include planning, evaluations, pilot testing, design, construction support, optimization, permitting, and on-call assistance. Our team possesses the expertise and resources to serve larger municipalities while remaining adaptable and efficient to also cater to the needs of smaller municipalities and select industrial clients. We have been at the forefront of partnering with energy services companies (ESCOs) in the area, collaborating on projects aimed at reducing energy consumption by wastewater utilities. We constantly engage with and evaluate new technologies to deliver innovative solutions, such as recent projects involving peracetic acid for disinfection, mobile organic biofilm for activated sludge processes, and gasification and pyrolysis for biosolids processing. With the ongoing Puget Sound Nutrient Reduction Project, there are abundant opportunities for us to assist new and existing clients in meeting pending nitrogen limits.Position: Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager The Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager plays a pivotal role in the continued growth of our company. Key responsibilities include maintaining client relationships, managing projects for existing clients, and actively pursuing new client opportunities. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in municipal engineering, specifically focused on wastewater treatment process design, with a comprehensive understanding of related electrical, structural, instrumentation, and civil design aspects. While the primary responsibility will be executing wastewater treatment projects, the candidate should also be flexible in working on other civil engineering projects based on workload and project needs. Strong project management skills are essential, including the ability to develop scopes of work, budgets, and schedules during project planning, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality projects within designated timelines and budgets. The Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager will independently coordinate staffing and workload throughout the entire project development process and ensure the timely completion of all deliverables.Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Mechanical EngineeringLicensed Professional Engineer (PE) with a State of Washington PE license required within 6 months of hire10+ years of demonstrated success working on multi-disciplinary engineering projectsProven experience in wastewater treatment projects, including design, process evaluations, planning, and/or testingStrong background in technical leadership, mentoring, and project managementExcellent verbal and written communication skillsPositive attitude and commitment to actively participating in our employee-owned cultureProficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and MS Project Additional Qualifications: The following qualifications would be advantageous for the role: Working knowledge of AutoCAD and/or Revit (BIM) design software productsExperience with wastewater process modeling software (e.g., BioWin)Master's DegreeInvolvement in professional societiesEstablished clientele and professional relationshipsProject management training, PMP certification, or similar technical design leadership We Offer: Generous total compensation packageMonthly commute/home office stipend for transportation, parking, and home office expenses 100% company-paid employee medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance60% company-paid dependent health and vision insurance50% company-paid dependent dental insuranceHealth Savings Account and Flexible Spending Account options for tax savingsFlexible schedulesReimbursement for professional registrations/renewals and approved training/conferencesPaid memberships in professional organizationsEmployee referral bonus programCareer guide mentorship programPaid time off (sick, vacation, holidays, and volunteer day)401(k) retirement plan with company matching contributionOwnership opportunity We are an equal opportunity employer committed to the principles of non-discrimination in the workplace. We do not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
Immediate opening for a Mid-Level Hydrogeologist in our Ventura, CA or Santa Barbara, CA office.Field Data Collection and Oversight Prepare for field events including ensuring all necessary subcontracts are in place, all materials and equipment are in hand, and any training or reviews are completed prior to mobilization.Review and understand all relevant work plans and health & safety plans prior to initiating field workFulfill data quality objectives (DQOs) for all field collected data and samples; responsible for data quality during pre-field preparations, field work execution, sample management, and documentation.Supervise subcontractor drilling and well installation activities and evaluate subcontractor performance against project quality objectives, state regulatory requirements, and scopeSupervise junior level staff and field technicians, including oversight and review of field data collection.Prepare detailed daily field reports for customer and project file.Interpret soil/rock cores, describe site lithology per USCS and site/regional knowledge.Ability to sample all environmental media: soil, groundwater, sediment, surface water, air/vapor, and/or waste, per established SOPs and approved sampling and analysis plans.Complete all required field documentation and maintain project files. Data Evaluations/Conceptual Site Model (CSM) Development Develop sampling plans to support development and refinement of conceptual site models per established project objectives and approved work plans.Research and develop accurate and relevant descriptions of site geology and hydrogeology, including geologic/hydrogeologic/geochemical/biological/etc. controls on contaminant fate and transport.Develop groundwater elevation contour maps, calculate gradients (horizontal, vertical), and estimate groundwater flow directions.Review and evaluate analytical results and field measurements against current CSM and project DQOs.Evaluate potential contaminant pathways and receptors, fate and transport, including analytical and digital modeling.Produce data visualization products (work with CADD and/or GIS).Write routine and special reports including work plans, tech memos, site characterization/remedial investigation reports, periodic monitoring reports. Project Administration and Support Support project managers in tracking schedules, deliverables, and costs.Prepare progress and cost reports for assigned tasks.Procurement activities including developing scopes of work, researching subcontractors, pricing, tracking status of bids, and coordinating with buyer/subcontract manager.Support marketing and proposal efforts as assigned. Qualifications California PG required; CHG or on-track to obtain CHG, preferred.5-7 years of experience in environmental remediation, including well design, installation, development, groundwater sampling, and data interpretationsStrong communication skills (written and verbal)Able to serve as both a team leader and team playerFocused, disciplined individual passionate about producing quality work and contributing to a positive and productive work environment EOE- Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
We are currently seeking to add a Senior Civil Water Resources Engineer to our dynamic team.$110,000 to $150,000 annually with benefits.We're looking for a Senior Civil Engineer to join our Water Resources Practice supporting municipal projects throughout Washington and Oregon. This role will actively lead the innovation, design, and oversight of project pursuit, development and delivery. You will work with a team of engineers, planners, and environmental scientists to develop projects related to infrastructure improvements, flood control, fish passage, and stream restoration projects. Additionally, there will be the mentorship and management of junior staff.QUALIFICATIONSMinimum Qualifications Bachelor's in Civil Engineering or related fieldRegistered Professional Engineer (PE) in Washington.10+ years of experience in planning, design, PS&E development, and construction support for municipal infrastructure or water resources projectsProficiency with hydraulic design software including HEC-RAS, SWMMM, and WWHM/HSPFExperience with AutoCAD/Civil3D, and/or Microstation/InroadsStrong written and verbal communication Valid driver's license Desirable Qualifications Understanding of Washington state and local industry rules and regulations. Understanding of Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) design standards and Washington State Department of Fish &Wildlife (WDFW) guidelinesExperience with GIS applicationsExperience with hydraulic design software SRH-2D PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Project management for engineering and design projectsLead and provide design expertiseDevelop project deliverables QA/QC other's work for completeness, accuracy, and complianceMonitor budgets and schedules Serve as client account manager Assist and collaborate on the marketing of new projectsInterface regularly with clients Mentorship and training FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES Growth into a supervisory role