Assistant Project Manager
- Location: Waunakee
- Salary: Market related
Job Title: Assistant Project Manager - Transmission and Distribution Projects
Job Summary: The Assistant Project Manager will be responsible for supporting the Project Manager in the planning, coordination, and execution of transmission and distribution projects. The position will involve working closely with cross-functional teams to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.
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.
POSITION SUMMARY: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.POSITION DUTIES: Manage and complete engineering plans and specifications production according to IDOT StandardsManage and complete Federal Aid Phase I and II projects for a variety of clientsLead various projects and study types, including roadway, underground utility, drainage, traffic, and infrastructure improvementsProvide general civil engineering services for municipal, county, and state clientsOptional: Assist with business development and client management opportunities for transportation and infrastructure projects. REQUIREMENTS: B.S. degree in Civil Engineering4+ years of experience in roadway and infrastructure design using IDOT StandardsPreferred: MicroStation/Geopak capabilities with an understanding of IDOT workflowAbility to travel throughout Baxter & Woodman's IL service area (own transportation required)Ability to independently handle a variety of ongoing tasks and responsibilitiesStrong written, verbal, computer, and organizational skillsLicensed Professional Engineer or ability to attain within 1 yearWork within a Team-first culture that encourages individual development and accomplishment of goals
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.
Calling all Seller-Doers who are driven to exceed expectations to help grow out a team's Municipal Water & Wastewater Services in Oregon and Washington. For the experienced candidate, this is an exciting and challenging opportunity focused within areas of business development, project management, technical expertise and project delivery. Apply today to make an impact where you work, live and play.Responsibilities: Assist with facilitating the growth of Water/Wastewater Group through leadership in these key areas; business development, and project delivery while coordinating with other members of the firm’s Water/Wastewater Group and Senior Management Team.Develop, foster and maintain strong relationships with past, present, and future clientsGrow and mentor staff from a client care, business development and technical perspective.Manage the following; scope, schedule, budget and personnel for projects. Qualifications: Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university or equivalent.Mid-Level - 5 years’ in the Civil and Water/Wastewater industry working with municipalities. Senior-Level - 12 years’ in the Civil and Water/Wastewater industry working with municipalities.OR/WA PE License or ability to obtain within six months of employment. Value-Adds: Conveyance and collection planning and designTreatment planning and designCivil 3D ExperienceFunding, Regulatory Coordination A valid driver license and insurable driving record are required.Relocation assistance available$75,000 - $120,000 DOEBenefits: Flexible Work SchedulesESOPMedical, Dental, and Vision BenefitsHSA ContributionsPersonal & Holiday Leave - Paid401K + % contribution
Job Title: Project Manager - Land DevelopmentSalary Range: $120,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Arizona, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Responsibilities: Develop project work plans and scopes of work.Provide project oversight and schedule monitoring.Prepare fee proposals, track and manage project budgets and invoicing.Prepare roadway, grading, drainage, water, and sewer plans using AutoCAD and Civil 3D.Produce project deliverables including technical memoranda, design plans and specifications, and technical reports.Administer quality assurance for project deliverables.Prepare supporting calculations, construction specifications, and permitting in various jurisdictions.Prepare construction cost models and engineer opinion of probable cost for projects through various stages of development including due diligence to final construction document submittal for bidding.Manage and design development and redevelopment projects for private clients.Partner with other Horrocks practice leaders to assist on multi-disciplinary project pursuits.Maintain effective communications with clients and project teams.Conduct technical reporting and presentations.Observe construction and coordinate with contractors.Ensure that the staff resources are deployed in a productive and profitable manner.Conduct regular meetings to ensure that project needs are balanced with staff availability. Qualifications: Undergraduate or graduate degree in civil engineering.Professional Engineering (PE) licensure or ability to obtain PE within one year.Minimum of seven (7) years of progressive experience with an emphasis in civil design including drainage, utility, roadway, and development design.Experience with drainage and utility reports.Experience working with both private and municipal clients.Strong industry relationships and an understanding of municipal, state, and federal criteria.Significant experience and understanding of local, regional, state, and federal policies, programs, and procedures.A self-directed practitioner with strong project management and project delivery skills.Ability to supervise staff, bid projects, and develop project execution plans and technical deliverables.Outstanding client and personnel skills and the ability to persuasively communicate at all levels.Technical expert with outstanding team building, writing, proposal development, cost estimating, and program execution skills.Must be able to work effectively as a team leader in a group environment and maintain positive relationships with team members and clients.Organized and detail-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Suite, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, StormCAD, WaterCAD, HEC-RAS, SWMM, and Urban Drainage and Flood Control software. Benefits: Competitive base salary.Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance.Generous paid time off.401(k), with no vesting period.Professional development opportunities including in-house training.Paid professional organization membership and professional licensure.Annual health and wellness reimbursements via a Lifestyle Spending Account.
Job Title: Project Manager - Land DevelopmentSalary Range: $120,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Denver, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Responsibilities: Develop project work plans and scopes of work.Provide project oversight and schedule monitoring.Prepare fee proposals, track and manage project budgets and invoicing.Prepare roadway, grading, drainage, water, and sewer plans using AutoCAD and Civil 3D.Produce project deliverables including technical memoranda, design plans and specifications, and technical reports.Administer quality assurance for project deliverables.Prepare supporting calculations, construction specifications, and permitting in various jurisdictions.Prepare construction cost models and engineer opinion of probable cost for projects through various stages of development including due diligence to final construction document submittal for bidding.Manage and design development and redevelopment projects for private clients.Partner with other Horrocks practice leaders to assist on multi-disciplinary project pursuits.Maintain effective communications with clients and project teams.Conduct technical reporting and presentations.Observe construction and coordinate with contractors.Ensure that the staff resources are deployed in a productive and profitable manner.Conduct regular meetings to ensure that project needs are balanced with staff availability. Qualifications: Undergraduate or graduate degree in civil engineering.Professional Engineering (PE) licensure or ability to obtain PE within one year.Minimum of seven (7) years of progressive experience with an emphasis in civil design including drainage, utility, roadway, and development design.Experience with drainage and utility reports.Experience working with both private and municipal clients.Strong industry relationships and an understanding of municipal, state, and federal criteria.Significant experience and understanding of local, regional, state, and federal policies, programs, and procedures.A self-directed practitioner with strong project management and project delivery skills.Ability to supervise staff, bid projects, and develop project execution plans and technical deliverables.Outstanding client and personnel skills and the ability to persuasively communicate at all levels.Technical expert with outstanding team building, writing, proposal development, cost estimating, and program execution skills.Must be able to work effectively as a team leader in a group environment and maintain positive relationships with team members and clients.Organized and detail-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Suite, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, StormCAD, WaterCAD, HEC-RAS, SWMM, and Urban Drainage and Flood Control software. Benefits: Competitive base salary.Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance.Generous paid time off.401(k), with no vesting period.Professional development opportunities including in-house training.Paid professional organization membership and professional licensure.Annual health and wellness reimbursements via a Lifestyle Spending Account.
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.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Develop program, master planning, concept, schematic, and design development documents and drawings.Ensure the overall design quality, implementation, and successful delivery of each project.Lead and manage the project design team and collaborate with consultants.Coordinate site planning, engineering, and interior design to develop and execute architectural design concepts.Establish project design intent and goals for effective implementation.Coordinate and supervise the production team in developing construction documents.Ensure compliance with applicable codes and ADA requirements, as well as maintain standards for construction document production.Provide technical assistance and mentorship to team members, including junior designers.Oversee the design process from schematic through construction administration.Initiate and develop technical-level design concepts and details.Assist the design team and provide guidance throughout all project phases, including initial setup, preliminary design development, construction design drawings and documents, problem-solving, and client and office coordination.Conduct site surveys, accurately creating floor and ceiling plan backgrounds, including necessary elements such as windows, doors, walls, power and data locations, mechanical layouts, furniture, fixtures, equipment, sections, elevations, detailing, and roof plans. Minimum Education and Skills Experience: Minimum of 5 years of project management experience within an architectural firm.Minimum of 5 years of project management experience providing design and team guidance.Minimum of 4 years of drafting experience within an architectural firm.Proficiency in ArchiCAD, AutoCAD (versions 2010, 2012, and current).Prior experience with DSA; knowledge of zoning resolutions and building code laws.Ability to maintain an up-to-date CAD block library with new designs and blocks.Basic knowledge of LEED and LEED accreditation is a plus.Strong organizational and time management skills to handle multiple projects simultaneously.Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).Knowledge of Photoshop or similar software programs is a plus.Familiarity with Microstation and Revit is a plus. Physical Requirements: Attend client meetings at job site locations or company offices as required.Ability to drive a vehicle to job sites and client meetings.Occasional lifting of plan sets weighing between 1lb and 20lbs.
POSITION LOCATION: Milwaukee, Madison, or Burlington, WISUMMARY: Experienced professionals and recent graduates can find a lasting and rewarding career with a technology and innovation leader that offers an exceptional work environment. The company has been recognized as a 2022 Zweig Best Firms To Work For, demonstrating its appreciation for and value of its staff by providing them with a comprehensive benefits package, including flexible work schedules, an outstanding 401K match, and more.The typical responsibilities of the role include managing existing clients, mentoring staff members, project design and management, and assisting with local business development and marketing efforts. The employee management responsibilities are carried out under the direction of the group manager.POSITION DUTIES: Complete or participate in the design of civil engineering projects, as needed.Provide training and mentoring to engineering design staff.Make frequent client contact within Milwaukee and surrounding counties, respond directly to client requests when appropriate, and forward requests to responsible managers as needed.Attend and participate in marketing efforts, including industry events.Work with the Business Development Manager to prepare project-specific proposals and participate in project interviews. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in Civil EngineeringRegistered Professional Engineer in the State of WisconsinValid driver's license12 or more years of experience in designing and project managing municipal and general civil projectsAbility to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulationsAbility to write reports, business correspondence, and proposalsAbility to effectively present information and respond to questions from other managers, clients, customers, and the general publicExcellent technical writing skillsStrong written, verbal, computer, and organizational skillsAbility to work in a team environment and attend conferences.
THE COMPANYProject developer that also owns and operates over 6.2 GW of utility-scale wind, solar, and natural gas generation projects across the U.S. Our Vision is to reliably power a sustainable future. Our Mission is to deliver renewable and reliable power to our customers, provide opportunities to our associates, generate sustainable returns for our investors, and contribute to a better world for future generations. THE CHALLENGEWe are seeking an experienced Associate to support the Capital Markets team. This role involves developing and maintaining asset valuation models and performing ad-hoc analysis to facilitate the rapid growth of our platform. You responsible for Excel-based valuation modeling and conducting analysis to support new initiatives. This is a prominent position that offers exposure to corporate finance and project finance strategy while directly contributing to the expansion of the company.THE RESPONSIBILITIESSupport the Capital Markets team in developing and maintaining valuation models for Company's portfolio of wind, solar, gas, and battery storage assets. Collaborate with internal and external teams to ensure accurate modeling assumptions and conduct financial analysis. Assist in raising debt capital for existing assets and acquisition targets, including creating models for lenders and coordinating lender due diligence. Analyze investment opportunities from both quantitative and qualitative perspectives, incorporating valuation modeling (DCF), financial statement analysis, market/industry research, and competitive analysis. Prepare internal memos and presentations focusing on investment returns and valuation metrics, and present financial results to senior management. Provide analytical and modeling expertise for companywide initiatives, such as asset sales, asset re-contracting, redevelopment, and other portfolio projects. Develop and nurture external banking relationships within the energy finance and project finance capital markets. Assist in managing a team of 1-2 associates. Perform other duties as assigned.THE PROFILE TO SUCCEEDBachelor's Degree in finance, engineering, business, economics, or a related field. Four (4) to six (6) years of experience in independent power producer (IPP), investment banking, consulting, project finance, development, or asset management in the power and utilities sector, with a focus on financial analysis. Excellent financial modeling skills and exceptional analytical capabilities. Experience in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions in the power and utilities sector and/or renewable energy. Familiarity with tax equity financing structures is a plus. Knowledge of U.S. power markets and a willingness to expand knowledge in this area. Self-motivated with a strong work ethic. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work under strict deadlines and handle multiple projects concurrently. Capable of working independently as well as in a cross-functional team.
Job Description:Responsibilities will include supporting senior staff for mine permitting, operations and closure design; this position requires a high level of written and oral communication skills. Willingness to travel on temporary assignments as needed..Typical duties include but are not limited to:· Plan and execute projects· Perform analyses and prepare reports/drawings· Oversee junior staff· Interface with clients· Assist market sector lead with marketing and preparation of proposals and cost estimates· Assist on water resources and infrastructure projects as needed· Construction Management is anticipated for this positionRequirements:· B.S. in Civil Engineering and M.S. in Geotechnical Engineering· P.E. required in Colorado, PE in other South-Western States a plus· 5-8 years of experience in tailings impoundments, heap-leach pads, waste rock piles, and mine reclamationAnalyses capabilities in the following areas:· Slope stability· Infiltration/Seepage· Deformation Analyses· Geo-civil analyses and designSalary Range: $80K-$110K
Opportunity: We are looking to intentionally grow our municipal service offerings. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced seller-doer, project manager, or task manager who is looking for a new challenge. Join our team today and make an impact in the communities in which we live, work, and play. This position will provide a rewarding opportunity for a person driven to excel in the areas of business development, client care, project management, project delivery, and technical expertise associated with municipal engineering projects. Project types : Water, wastewater, stormwater system design, and civil engineering for Municipal and Government clients.Responsibilities: Develop, foster, and maintain strong relationships with present and potential clientsWork on a team to complete workload including technical design and project delivery, client service, and business development.Projects include but are not limited to, coordinating detailed phases of studies, planning, funding assistance, scheduling, design, permitting, construction management, preparation of contract documents, and other components associated with municipal water and wastewater projects. Manage scope, schedule, and budget, and coordinate personnel for successful project execution. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology or, equivalent. Mid-Level Position - Minimum of 5 years experience in the Civil and Water/Wastewater Engineering industry serving municipal clients.Senior-Level Position - Minimum of 12 years experience in the Civil and Water/Wastewater Engineering industry serving municipal clients.A professional engineering (PE) license is required in the specific state, or ability to obtain within six months. Value-added skills or certifications depending on experience level could include: Water distribution and wastewater and stormwater collection planning, modeling, design, and constructionWater, wastewater, and stormwater treatment planning, design, and constructionFunding and regulatory agency coordinationBusiness developmentProject/task managementPersonnel management/mentorship Must have a valid driver's license and insurable driving recordSalary: $75,000 - $120,000 annually depending on experienceBenefits: Flexible Work Arrangement ProgramEmployee Stock OwnershipMedical, Dental, and VisionHealth Savings Account contributionsPaid Personal & Holiday Leave401k matching contributionRelocation allowances are available Location: Bend