Practice Lead/Snr PM - Transportation
- Location: Texas
- Salary: $130k - 170k per year
We have established a partnership with a leading ENR (Engineering News-Record) organization that is actively searching for a highly skilled Transportation Practice Lead/Senior Project Manager in Texas.
This exciting opportunity is perfect for a candidate who is eager to assume greater responsibilities, including managing projects for TXDot (Texas Department of Transportation), providing mentorship to junior engineers, and contributing to the firm's growth.
As the Transportation Practice Lead/Senior PM, you will directly report to the Vice President of the North Texas region. Your primary focus will involve fostering strong relationships with transportation clients throughout Texas.
It is worth noting that this firm has received recognition as a Top 100 Design firm with a prominent presence in the United States for over 40 years, the organization currently boasts an extensive network of 50 offices across the nation, with 4 in Texas (Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston).
If you are seeking an opportunity to lead transportation projects, mentor talented engineers, and play a pivotal role in a renowned engineering firm's expansion across Texas, this position offers an ideal platform for professional growth and development.
Should you be interested please apply directly and a consutlant will get in touch with you.
About the Opportunity: Spencer Ogden have partnered with an established engineering company based in Perth CBD. This company is renowned for delivering highly creative and sustainable solutions for our built environment with a track record of delivery excellence. Having seen exponential growth nationally, our client is currently growing its specialist team of Permanent Way Design Engineers to deliver a range of projects across Australia. Based in Perth, you will be an integral part of the national team delviering specialised rail engineering solutions for major private and public railway operators in Australia. About the Role:In this role, you will be accountable for: Leading projects with visibility over budgets and delivery deadlinesGuiding and mentoring members of the national rail teamProduce, review and verify perway engineering designsSupporting with bids and proposals in line with business objectives About you:To be successful in this role, you will bring: Relevant engineering qualifications (chartership - highly desired)10+ years expereince in railway track designDemonstrated proficiency in perway alignment design and track components specificationSound knowledge of railway engineering safety standardsProficient in 12D and other engineering design software systems What's in it for you?On offer is a permanent full-time position with clear visibility for career progression and professional development. Based in the Perth CBD, there is easy access to public transport and lifestyle amenities. Next steps:To apply, send through your updated CV in an application. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Michael Ho on email@example.com / +61 8 6280 2409.
About the role:As a Principal member of the team, you will develop strategic client relationships, actively contributing to the development and winning of proposals for a range of clients across government, transport, mining and minerals, and renewable energy sectors.You will be empowered to lead and run your own projects, driving your career forward, working in an international consultancy. Joining this team means joining a team of industry leaders who pride ourselves on the delivery of water resources projects, particularly in the areas of flood impact assessment, hydrological and hydraulic modelling, drainage design, mine water management and stormwater management.In addition, their multidisciplinary team of water resource experts are at the forefront of digital solutions, including the use of numerical modelling, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), machine learning and drone technology to support a range of projects including flood studies, infrastructure design, water quality assessment and geomorphic assessment.You'll joining a company who is well known in the industry for pioneering new technologies and providing innovative solutions to some of the most interesting projects across the Victorian Region. About you: A highly qualified and relevant professional possessing impressive exposure to the consulting environment with strong leadership experienceProficiency in a range of water resource skills including hydraulic design, floodplain management, water quality assessments, stormwater quality management, mine water management, geomorphologic assessment, water balance, hydrological assessments, dam safety inspections and drainage.Proven task and project management skills and proficiency in report writing.Interest in mentoring, developing and managing teamsWorking knowledge of the Victorian and Australian legislations, standards and guidelines as they relate to the water sectorFluent communicator with vast experience in client engagement and management QualificationsTertiary Qualifications in a relevant Engineering discipline, Water Resource Management or Environmental Science/Hydrology - essentialChartership/RPEQ/CPEng – highly regarded.
About the job Central location (remote working available)Latest in mobility & automation technologyDeliver some of Australia's largest mobility infrastructure projects Spencer Ogden have recently been engaged by a tier 1 international specialist transport engineering supplier. We are recruiting Senior and Principal Signal Design Engineers to join a world-class engineering team to deliver one of the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia. In this role, you will be responsible for: Preparing and producing functional design documentation including system requirements and architecture, interlocking data, signalling plans, interface control, scheme plans, control tables and circuit designEnsuring designs adhere to quality procedures and Australian railway operator standardsWorking and managing designs autonomouslyCoaching and developing junior engineers To be successful in this role, you will have: Relevant tertiary degree (electrical engineering or similar)Relevant professional membershipsExperience with MicrolokFamiliar with ATP, ETCS, CBTC rail environments Get in touch with Michael Ho for more information on 08 6280 2409 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Duties and Responsibilities: Planning and Organising - Develop and implement marine construction strategy- Direct and coordinate the marine construction methodology, programme and evaluate the effectiveness of implemented programme outcomes and manage the associated risks- Provide proactive advice on remedial action to relevant stakeholders- Develop resource plans and coordinate all internal and external resources assigned to project delivery effort for current and future projects- Ensure optimal management and utilisation of human, physical and financial resources allocated to marine projects including plant and equipment- In collaboration with the National Commercial Manager, prepare contracts and negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with clients, consultants, suppliers and subcontractorsCommunicating - Investigate and negotiate change proposals with relevant stakeholders- Interpret and explain plans and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, and clients, representing the owner or developer- Consult with Project Managers, Engineering Professionals and other professionals, and Technical and Trades Workers- Negotiate with clients, ECPM and subcontractors involved in the construction process to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget- Communicate effectively with the contractors responsible for completing various phases of the project Managing Information / General Administration Support - Manage the expenditure of project budgets and prepare associated financial summary reports for senior management meetings including the Austral Valuation Report (AVR) process- Project accounting functions including managing the budget, tracking if team expenses and minimizing exposure and risk in the project- Devise the project work plans and make revisions as and when need arises.- Identify the elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.Monitoring and Reporting - Monitor progress of projects to ensure that milestones and performance indicators are met- Undertake post project implementation reviews and reporting- Prepare project status reports and other reports- Monitor, register and coordinate all procurement activity associated with the delivery of the Scope of Works- Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.- Oversee the construction project from start to finish.- Ensure that construction activities move according to predetermined schedule.- Monitor the progress of the construction activities on a regular basis and hold regular status meetings with all the sub-teams.- Maintain strict adherence to the budgetary guidelines, quality and safety standards.- Periodic inspection of construction sites.Health, Safety, Environment, Quality - Uphold a positive and proactive safety culture, and lead by example in all aspects of our business- Strive to exceed best practice, and instill this value in personnel and subcontractors- Recognise the lasting and permanent presence of company work activities- Strive to protect the environment by upholding effective and efficient environmental and sustainable practices as part of everyday business- Measure, monitor, analyse and improve productivity, processes, tasks to satisfy clients and company high expectations- Work with enthusiasm, courtesy and intellect, and have drive to surpass what has already been achieved- Ensure outputs and activities meet organisational requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of care.- Integrate and uphold our Integrated Management System and follow Austral system and processes at all timesCore Values - Set positive examples and invest in personnel and subcontractors so that they can actively lead in all business areas- Conduct business in accordance with the highest standards of professional behaviour and ethics- Be transparent, honest and ethical in all interactions with personnel, clients, subcontractors and the public.- Create ethical, forward thinking solutions- Identify, develop and deploy leading edge construction methods, plant and equipment and process improvement tools Mandatory Qualifications & Experience: - Hold a bachelor’s degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering or Construction Management (ideally masters level qualification)- 10+ years of demonstrated practical field experience within a marine construction environment with a minimum of 5 years in a leadership level delivering large value profitable and safe projects- Proven strong ability to read and understand plans and specifications, comprehensive knowledge of commercial construction means, methods and best practices and related systems- Proven ability to interpret and clarify plans and contract terms to subcontractors professionally- Proven ability to schedule projects in “Critical Path” progression and budget time required to meet milestones and deadlines- Proven ability to develop project budgets, estimates and progress including cost tracking reports- Proven ability to evaluate plans, specifications and related construction documents for “Constructability”- 3-5 years’ experience in a similar role- Proven ability to draft and submit subcontracts, purchase orders, subcontractor change orders to RVPC for release
About the roleWe are looking for a Manager to join our ESG & Sustainability team. Managers typically manage multipleprojects and oversee a team of consultants and analysts, while being involved in aspects of our analyticalwork as well. This is a client-facing role, involving building and managing investor client relationships aswell as engagement with and strategic guidance of portfolio companies' management on the ESG &Sustainability topics. Ultimately, managers are responsible for the quality of the end product (ESGreports, which the consultants & analysts help to create), for building and managing client relationships,and for the learning & development processes of the teams they manage. Example projects range fromdevelopment of ESG & Sustainability policies & strategies for Investment funds, annual ESG assessmentsand development of sustainability strategy roadmaps for companies, and facilitation of ESG strategysessions with company management. As a manager, you are involved in evolving the overall strategy of the ESG & Sustainability team togetherwith the senior team (managers and directors). This includes topics as performance of variousworkstreams, growing the team, and geographic expansion. As an active thought leader in the transition to sustainable business practices, we are constantlydeveloping and expanding our knowledge on various areas of the sustainability landscape. To remain atthe forefront of this industry, we encourage our employees to develop expertise in a sustainability areaaligned to their interests. Skills and qualificationsWe are looking for highly motivated candidates, with >5 years of working experience, that have workingknowledge of or genuine interest in sustainability. We are seeking candidates with working experiencewithin consultancy, private equity or banking.If you have an excellent academic record with a master's degree in finance, business,economics/econometrics or engineering and are looking to make a positive impact we would love to hearfrom you.- Strong report writing and verbal skills and ability to communicate complex ideas- Strong project management and client relationship management skills- Strong analytical skills- Excellent MS PowerPoint and Excel skills- Fluent in English. - Right to work in the UK
Principal or Technical Director level Botanists/EcologistsRole description:We are seeking for a Principal Botanist/Ecologist to join our National Ecology team to work closely with our National Lead and NSW Environment Team Lead. This is a chance to join a high performing team working on both specialist ecology and major infrastructure projects.Role accountabilities: Providing technical ecological expertise on a range of complex projectsSupporting the NSW Environment Team Leader and National Ecology Lead in maintaining a sustainable pipeline of work for a growing team (through business development) and building awareness of the Arcadis brand for this service lineProviding technical oversight and quality assurance on a range of Ecology deliverablesProviding technical Victorian ecology advisory to the wider environment team and interstate ecology teamProactively managing selected projects or components of projects, taking responsibility for resource allocation, managing subcontractors, quality assurance and client feedback and ensuring effective communication of any changes/modifications. Qualifications & Experience: Tertiary qualifications in environmental science, botany, ecology, biology or related disciplineExtensive relevant post-graduate experience, including supervising aspects of projects, applying standards and managing resourcesExperience in leading a team of ecologists, preferably as a part of a multidisciplinary teamStrong capability in biodiversity field assessment, with skills in plant identification and vegetation assessment desirableDemonstrated experience in ecological impact assessmentBAM AccreditationStrong client focus and the ability to manage all commercial aspects (contracting, invoicing, debt management, client management etc.)Proven experience in building and maintaining effective relationships with clients and the ability to work collaboratively with other members of the team. For more information on salary, company, and culture, please reach out directly to Annie Wang on 03 8376 2822 or Annie.Wang@spencer-ogden.com for a confidential discussion!
One of my clients is looking for a new geotechnical project manager to join their team on an initial 6-month contract. This project manager will be working on a number of projects in Scotland, as well as the North of England and the Midlands. The ideal candidate will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing projects within the decided-upon budget, timeline, and scope, and leading a team in order to achieve this. They will also effectively monitor and present project updates to relevant stakeholders, clients, or project team members. Responsibilities Leading and managing project teams to achieve necessary targets, through provision of operational, strategic and contractual directionCoaching and supporting other project team members with assigned tasksProblem solving and innovative thinking whilst reviewing activity plansEffective communicating with relevant stakeholders and team members on project progressAcquiring, preparing and reviewing tenders, with a focus on planning, methodology and designSetting an example and promotion of strong HSQEThis role involves frequent travel to various sites under the project manager's remit Desired Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering (or equivalent experience)Experience in site-based geotechnical engineering in some (or all) of the following: piling, soil nailing, ground anchoring, slope stabilisation and grouting)Previous experience in the planning and delivery of large-scale infrastructure projectsWork-winning/tendering mentality, with loose estimating abilitiesStrong interpersonal and client skills If this opportunity sounds of interest, please get in touch with me at email@example.com to learn more about the role.
As an Engineer in this role you will: Help create new communities and associated infrastructure in Melbourne's growth corridors. Develop functional designs and computations for road safety projects, signalization of intersections, upgrades to existing intersections, duplications of arterial roads, bus bays and car parks.Work collaboratively as part of a team with project managers, senior engineers, draftspeople and other specialised departments.Prepare plans, computations and documentation for projects in accordance with the client brief and local standards, within specified budgets and time schedules.Liaise directly with relevant stakeholders, including clients, councils and local authorities in a timely and efficient manner. Required Skills and Experience: Tertiary qualifications in Engineering (Civil or Environmental Engineering or relevant equivalent)Minimum of two years' experience in a similar roleStrong knowledge of local design standards and statutory authority codesProficient 12d or MicroStation design skills and working knowledge of AutoCAD What we can offer: Excellent professional development & career progression opportunitiesMentoring from industry leading senior engineersA competitive salary packageA range of great staff benefits; including paid maternity & paternity leave, opportunity to purchase additional annual leave, employee assistance programA supportive, diverse and inclusive work environment where professional development and career growth are strongly supported and encouragedExcellent work-life balance
The ideal candidate will be a Civil Engineering based Project Manager with minimum 6 years local experience in the Australian market, co-ordinating and delivering land development and subdivision projects.Geelong or Ballarat based. The ClientOur Client is a tier 1 consultancy with a global presence, and a healthy pipeline of projects. Role accountabilities: Providing sound and effective leadership to the team, providing direction and technical advice, leading by example to achieve company goals and championing a quality culture;Ensuring on-going work for the business through the development and active support of key accounts;Work closely with established networks to develop new business opportunities;Managing the delivery of projects to meet time, quality, budgetary and health and safety targets;Promoting both the regional and global culture of the business;Ensuring that effective financial and project management controls are in place and deployed to enable monitoring, modification and forecasting as appropriate;Managing the acquisition, deployment and management of resources for the project to ensure optimal resource allocation for the project;Driving project performance, service delivery and technical and commercial outcomes and undertaking reviews, ensuring client delivery is above expectation; andDelivering commissions within the framework of risk, sustainability and environmental considerations, while maintaining focus on time, cost and quality. Qualifications & Experience: Extensive project management & delivery experience within the Australian Land Development market;Well-connected and client portfolio in the Industrial Engineering market;Experience in delivering Industrial subdivisions in addition to miscellaneous civil projects;Relevant engineering degree or equivalent professional accreditation; Postgraduate qualifications in business, finance or project management related areas an advantage;Sound commercial background, including familiarity with contractual conditions and procedures, including international conditions and ability to take commercial responsibility for a project; andProficiency in forming enduring relationships and transforming these into genuine commercial opportunities. What is on offer Genuine Flexible Working Arrangements – Including work from home/hybrid opportunitiesLearning and Talent Development ProgramsOption to purchase additional leave.Mentoring for your own development and the opportunity to mentor othersProfessional MembershipsMental Health and Wellbeing ProgramsService Recognition AwardsEmployee Assistance ProgramA Highly Competitive and Attractive Salary Apply now for a confidential phone call.take on a project, we see the opportunity to make a lasting connection with the people and places where we live and work.