NEPA Program Lead
- Location: Jacksonville
- Salary: $150k - 200k per year
URGENTLY HIRING: NEPA Program Leader/Manager
We are urgently seeking a highly competent NEPA Program Leader/Manager to be responsible for the technical, financial, contractual, procurement, schedule, risk, and quality performance of NEPA related projects and other projects. As the NEPA Program Leader/Manager, you will be responsible for providing leadership to an interdisciplinary team, maintaining efficient business management, and building and maintaining strong client relationships. Your role will involve directing, coordinating, and exercising functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of NEPA related projects within the area of assigned responsibility.
• Lead, organize, and manage staff members to support NEPA project requirements.
• Develop and direct business development strategies that align with company business development growth objectives, with a focus on NEPA pursuits.
• Establish and maintain relationships with clients at multiple levels to achieve business growth goal of 10% per year.
• Evaluate all RFPs that involve the BU in terms of risk, win-percentage, and profitability.
• Supervise project managers and assist subordinate managers with selection and placement of personnel.
• Coordinate activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling, and resolving engineering design and scientific problems.
• Ensure competent peer review of all documents in accordance with company quality assurance & risk guidelines.
• Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills required, along with the ability to work effectively in a team environment.
• Demonstrated exceptional management skills with proven ability to lead a professional and diverse staff amidst complex and demanding requirements.
• Proven supervisory experience and leadership to motivate and sustain employees.
• Ability to establish and meet proposal schedules, and uphold and deliver proposal commitments and content to partnering companies.
• Clear evidence of past performance in leading NEPA-related projects.
If you meet the requirements of this position and are excited about working in a fast-paced environment with a highly motivated team, please submit your application. We are looking to hire as soon as possible.
Join our team as an experienced Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Compliance Specialist and help us shape the future of our EHS consulting practice in California. This full-time opportunity offers a chance to work on a variety of challenging projects for a diverse range of clients, including ports, railroads, Department of Defense, and other Federal, public, and private clients. As our EHS Compliance Specialist, you will have the opportunity to focus on technical execution, task/project management, and client development.What you will do: Leading and executing projects, supporting staffing efforts, and mentoring junior staffConducting site inspections and sampling, working with facility personnel to complete corrective actions, developing permit applications and plans (SPCC, SWPPP, etc.), regulatory reporting, and conducting regulatory compliance audits and assessmentsSupporting the development of environmental compliance programs, including Standard Operating Procedures and guidance documentsThis position will involve a combination of office-based task work, field activities, and travel, with the majority of travel expected to be limited to the West Coast To be considered for this role, you should have: B.S. degree in environmental science or a related discipline, with a master's degree preferred5-10 years of professional experience and be comfortable working in both an office and field or industrial environmentExperience with Federal and California environmental regulatory requirements, conducting environmental compliance inspections, sampling and/or audits, compliance program development (including SOPs, training, guidance, etc.), and Environmental Management System and the ISO 14001 standard.Excellent communication skills are a must, as you will be interfacing with clients and leading meetings.Finally, you must be able to work as part of a team, adhere to schedules and budgets, and demonstrate flexibility and adaptability. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to join our team and make a difference in the world of EHS compliance. Anticipated salary range is $80,000 to $100,000 per year commensurate with education and experience. Apply today!
Spencer Ogden is recruiting for a company that offers very competitive salaries, amazing benefits, and strong company culture. They are continuously rated as a top place to work in the United States, and they work on high-profile projects in CA. For this position, if the individual is successful, they will enjoy an impressive bonus program and potential to advance to ownership.Responsibilities: Lead a Civil Design team focused on Roadway and Municipal projects.Build and maintain relationships with key clients in the San Francisco area Peninsula.Manage projects profitability, delegate work, and mentor staff. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering.Registered PE in California.10+ years of experience in roadway/municipal design, specifically within the San Francisco Peninsula.Team leading experience as a Project Manager on Roadway and/or municipal projects.Strong client relationships with local municipalities in the Bay area.
Description:Summary: The Project Controls Manager is responsible for leadership, direction, management, and performance of a project controls team. The Project Controls Manager is responsible to assure that the reporting systems for project controls, the project controls roles and staff and the tools used in project controls are developed, available and functioning according to enterprise requirements. The department performs complex aspects of individual project estimating, scheduling, change documentation and cost control while reporting to accounting and clients. The Project Controls Manager is a critical position as the leader in project controls. This position supports Project Managers and Project Directors on projects and programs of varying size and complexity. The Project Controls Manager will be expected to lead and direct the team that provides review of the project controls status (cost, contract, WBS, schedule, resource, etc.). This position is critical to the coaching and mentoring of Project Controls Specialists.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Other duties may be assigned. Responsible for the development of effective scheduling reports, cost reports, cash flow reports and forecasts for multiple projects.Responsible for the development, implementation, and management of a reporting data warehouse to produce valuable program controls reports and data for multiple large projects.Responsible for recruitment, development, training, retention and evaluating performance of the project controls team.Responsible for the development and implementation of project execution plans.Develop and maintain effective relationships with existing and potential clients, customers, and contractors to develop additional business.Responsible for engineering, procurement, and construction planning, scheduling, logistics and cost control.Serves as a point of contact for technical questions from the project team.Experience with Construction Self-Perform projects.Ensure accurate cost management and forecast reporting.Interfaces with the Project Management Team and Accounting Department to review project costs and contingency costs and support external audits.Experience in negotiation of heavy industrial project prime agreements and construction contract/subcontract agreements.Responsible for the review of upstream (prime contract) / downstream (purchase orders & subcontract) change orders.Responsible for analyzing a cash flow report.Responsible for leading the Interactive Project Planning Meetings (IPPM).Responsible for presentation of Project Controls reporting.Lead and direct schedule management involving critical path method scheduling techniques, estimating, project cost management, forecasting and document control for multiple projects.Recommends schedule work arounds and mitigation efforts to the team.Ensure accurate Earned Value Management system reporting.Responsible for analyzing progress curves.Responsible for the review of material takeoffs.Oversee the risk management process by identifying and mitigating risk potentials to the project.Responsible for ensuring quality checks and inspections on project controls deliverables.Responsible for the review of field audits to validate accuracy of reporting and processes.Capable of performing Project Forensic Analysis. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Applicable experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.A minimum of 15 years of direct project controls experience.Must have field experience in order to facilitate and produce detailed construction schedules and interface those construction schedules with engineering and procurement activities.Ability to work independently, think creatively and analytically, and make quick and sound decisions.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Excellent interpersonal skills.Accounting experience required.Expert user of Microsoft office.Expert user of Oracle Primavera P6Experience with Construction Self-Perform projects.Experience in negotiation of heavy industrial project prime agreements and construction contract/subcontract agreements.
Seeking a Senior Civil Engineer / Transportation Manager to lead our Phase I and II transportation engineering design projects. The Transportation Manager will oversee a group of senior civil engineers, mid-level designers, and drafters to accomplish a wide range of projects including roadways, traffic engineering, sewer, utilities, and site work.The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and self-directed with a background in roadway design and project management. The selected candidate will work closely with firm ownership and participate in business development/sales activities to grow their department.Engineering Management Responsibilities: Conduct planning, scoping, man-hour estimation, and contract negotiations for projectsEstablish project schedules, tasks, and milestonesTrack project budgets and ensure financial targets are metCollaborate with PMs to allocate resources and assign staff to fulfill project requirements Maintain comprehensive project documentation and correspondenceImplement QAQC protocols to ensure timely and high-quality reviews of work -Act as a Delta representative for client coordination and communication Design Responsibilities: Provide either lead design, design support, or design review where appropriate for PS&EEnsure design compliance with standards, codes, and acceptable engineering practices Project close-out and construction phase services where applicable Operations Responsibilities: Recognize training requirements and design training programs for staff at all levelsConduct yearly performance assessments for direct reportsParticipate in technical candidate interviews Business Development Responsibilities: Contribute to RFQ review and Go/No-Go proposal decision-making processes - Draft technical input for statements of interestReach out to industry colleagues to promote sales and marketing initiativesAttend networking events hosted by clients and/or industry associations in Illinois Advancement Opportunities: Potential for equity position within Delta Engineering Group after an agreed upon probationary period to verify performance and behavioral fit with existing staff and management.Partnership shares to start at approx. 5%-10% and will be minority position due to DBE/MBE requirement
Job Description:As a Senior Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical leadership and maintaining project excellence. Your role will involve working with clients and internal teams to design and develop various projects, including water and wastewater infrastructure, water resource modeling, hydraulic calculations, environmental compliance, and program management support. You will manage all aspects of the project from proposal to completion, and participate in future marketing pursuits, support junior staff development, and strategic growth.Expectations: Excellent written and oral communication skills are required, as well as eagerness and enthusiasm to serve in both field and office positions on a wide variety of planning and engineering projects throughout California.Requirements & Experience:The ideal candidate should: Possess a Bachelor's degree in Civil, Agricultural, or Environmental EngineeringHave a minimum of five years of experienceHold a P.E. licensure in California or other US stateBe proficient with MS OfficeIdentify any prior experience working in AutoCAD, as well as InfoWorks, WaterCAD, SewerCAD, BioWIN, and other modeling programs Compensation & Benefits - The compensation for this position includes: Highly competitive salaries ranging from approximately $145,000 to $180,000Competitive benefitsAn opportunity for engagement and support from a senior engineering team who has led major regional water resource projects throughout the western US.
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.
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.
Spencer Ogden are currently looking for an experienced Project Engineer to support a new Ultrapure Water Treatment project in Singapore.In this position, you will be supporting and working with one of the largest Water Treatment System companies in the world with exciting new projects as a Project Engineer to support the engineering team of the project. Contract Specifics: Location: Woodlands, Singapore.Start date: Immediate starters preferredContract duration: 12 month renewable contractWorking schedule: Monday - Friday, 40 hours a week.Benefits: 14 days paid PTO, 14 days paid medical leave included in 60 days paid hospitalisation leave, personal medical insurance and group term life insurance. Responsibilities: Execution of project engineering for water system projectsMeet all team goals for Safety, Cost & Project DeadlinesExecution of project technical documentation including customer and partner deliverables and technical correspondenceAssist the Engineering Manager & Project Manager on project issuesExecute the project design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to business standards, practices, procedures, and product / program requirements (Good to have)Execution of project documentation including but not limited to: environmental, Health and Safety, Quality, Cost, Continuous improvement and Compliance requirementsEngineering support to the project construction, start-up and commissioning teams Requirements: Minimum 5 years experience in relevant positionBachelor's degree in Engineering in relevant field.Experience with project engineering execution for water system or water treatment projectsFluent English written and spoken language skills
Job Title: Project Engineer or Project Manager - TransportationSalary Range: $100,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Phoenix or Tucson, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Responsibilities, Expectations, and Duties: Design and analyze freeways, highways, interchanges, roadways, and shared-use trailsPrepare studies, reports, plans, specifications, and cost estimates for transportation projectsAssist project managers in client relations, stakeholder management, and coordination of sub-consultantsCollaborate with project managers, engineers, technicians, and support staff to ensure project successTake responsibility for projects from beginning to end Qualifications, Skills, and Competencies: Preferably, experience and relationships with transportation agenciesFamiliarity with Bentley Open Roads, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other transportation engineering softwareStrong organizational, verbal, and written communication skillsAbility to interact with clients and multidisciplinary team membersWillingness to work on projects locally or in workshare with other officesExcellent interpersonal and customer service skillsStrong organizational skills and attention to detailBachelor's or master's degree in civil engineering from an accredited programEngineering in Training (EIT) certificate, ability to take the Professional Engineering Exam within a year, or Professional Engineer (PE)At least three (3) years of experience in roadway/highway and urban street designFamiliarity with Microstation, InRoads and/or Geopak, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other applicable software common to the field of transportation engineeringExperience with municipalities and/or Departments of TransportationHydraulics and traffic experience is a plus Benefits, including but not limited to: Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insuranceGenerous paid time off401(k) with no vesting periodProfessional development opportunities, including in-house trainingPaid professional organization membership and professional licensureAnnual health and wellness reimbursements via a Lifestyle Spending Account
We're looking for a motivated Recruiter to join our New York City office this summer! Who are we?Spencer Ogden is a global energy and infrastructure sales company, specializing in people. Our diverse and award-winning company culture ensures that everyone experiences a fast-paced, professional, and collaborative working environment. Established in 2010, we have grown exponentially, with 15 offices worldwide and over 350 employees. As a Recruiter you will know the right people for the job – and the right jobs for our people. You will...Identify, pitch, and develop exceptional client and candidate relationships within a competitive industry, providing solutions, delivering results for our clients and enhancing candidates’ careers. Sourcing highly skilled candidates is in our DNA, and providing a quality service by headhunting, interviewing, and being the go-to-consultant is our goal. The role is fast paced, providing a variety of work and challenges daily.Other responsibilities include: Networking and developing new relationshipsMatching candidates to clients’ vacancies, submitting suitable candidates in line with company processHitting your goals! Set personal targets with managers on a daily, weekly, and monthly basisBusiness development, cold calling, and pitching Spencer Ogden’s services to potential clients What we offer: World-class, award-winning training and development programsWork from home up to 2 days a week15 paid vacation days, 8 paid holidays, 7 sick/mental health days, 4 volunteer days of your choice, Christmas to New Year paid off, and your birthday offMedical, vision, dental insurance and all premiums covered401k planBase salary plus uncapped commission - first year recruiters seeing between 15k and 20k in commission!Friday 3 pm finish and flexible working hours Are you qualified? Bachelor’s degree preferable; we are open to degree typeStrong communication and listening skillsMotivated individuals with a go-getter mentalityEntrepreneurial mindset, can think outside of the box and solve problemsAble to show initiativeResiliency!Must hold permanent working rights in the USA upon application Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to stay up to date with #LifeatSO
Our client is seeking a Water Treatment Engineer with 5-15 years of experience to join their rapidly growing Denver offices with locations in Lakewood and the Denver Tech Center. The candidate will be involved with a wide range of water infrastructure projects, which can include water treatment, reuse, and optimization.This position will be focused on leading and delivering municipal water facilities planning and design projects. Task responsibilities will include project management, design management, preparation of assessment and design reports, performing design calculations, equipment sizing/ selection, preparation of construction documents, and support of construction management/commissioning needs. Field work and site visits from planning through construction will be required.This position requires experience with project and design management or the desire to grow into a project management role. The position will lead to an increasing level of client development and management commensurate with experience, supported by our client's local office and firm-wide technical resources.The minimum professional qualifications are a B.S. degree in Environmental, Civil, or Mechanical Engineering, and the ability to obtain a P.E. license in Colorado within six months of employment. Additional years of experience will be credited for candidates with a M.S or PhD. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to join our team as a Senior Project Manager in Environmental Remediation! We're seeking an experienced and knowledgeable engineer who will lead and direct project/task execution while providing clients with high-quality deliverables on time and within budget. This is a senior-level position that offers the flexibility to work remotely or in one of our West Coast offices. Here's why you need to apply now: You'll be responsible for managing people and equipment in a manner that utilizes their full capacity while allowing project completion in a timely and efficient manner.You'll manage and coordinate project staff and subcontractors to ensure safe, cost-effective, efficient, and timely completion of projects that meet and/or exceed our clients' expectations.You'll serve as technical lead and manage large/complex projects involving soil, groundwater, and soil vapor assessment and remediation.You'll have the opportunity to prepare engineering cost estimates in support of company proposal efforts.You'll foster collaborative and productive work relationships, including mentoring and training of junior and mid-level staff, and interfacing with company-wide engineering groups. If you have a Bachelor's degree in environmental engineering or another relevant scientific discipline, Professional Engineer licensing, 10+ years of relevant experience in environmental site investigation and remediation, and knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to environmental remediation, then we want to hear from you! Don't wait - apply now to take advantage of this amazing opportunity!