- Location: United States of America
- Salary: £95k - 115k per year
- United States of America
- £95k - 115k per year
- Job Type
- 11 months ago
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.
- Manage and complete engineering plans and specifications production according to IDOT Standards
- Manage and complete Federal Aid Phase I and II projects for a variety of clients
- Lead various projects and study types, including roadway, underground utility, drainage, traffic, and infrastructure improvements
- Provide general civil engineering services for municipal, county, and state clients
- Optional: Assist with business development and client management opportunities for transportation and infrastructure projects.
- B.S. degree in Civil Engineering
- 4+ years of experience in roadway and infrastructure design using IDOT Standards
- Preferred: MicroStation/Geopak capabilities with an understanding of IDOT workflow
- Ability to travel throughout Baxter & Woodman's IL service area (own transportation required)
- Ability to independently handle a variety of ongoing tasks and responsibilities
- Strong written, verbal, computer, and organizational skills
- Licensed Professional Engineer or ability to attain within 1 year
- Work within a Team-first culture that encourages individual development and accomplishment of goals
- Salary£62k - 83k per year
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
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationUnited States of America
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%
- Salary$140k per year
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.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationCedar Rapids
We're seeking a motivated Electrical Engineer for a Control Center role. You'll serve as an engineering liaison between DSO and Transmission Providers for switching events, contributing to grid integration. Candidates with a background in electrical engineering are preferred.This role includes a blend of remote and in-office work (Cedar Rapids, IA, 2 days/week). Candidates must reside in Iowa.Responsibilities: Work on structured assignments with supervision.Participate in Safe Start training for zero injuries philosophy.Identify and solve problems within your scope.Apply standard practices and procedures for limited-scope problem-solving.Understand technical and cost-effective aspects to develop solutions with budget, schedule, and scope.Make low-risk decisions based on technical knowledge with guidance.Learn about the business environment.Collaborate with union employees, contractors, and business unit customers.Develop relationships within the department, with customers, and peers.Demonstrate awareness of financials and departmental budgeting.Understand purchasing procedures and compliance (e.g., SOX).Communicate effectively with vendors, construction, operations, and internal stakeholders.Learn to document project activities and outcomes. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in accredited Engineering program.Preferred: Previous technical/professional experience, internship, or co-op in engineering.Covered by Department of Transportation drug/alcohol testing regulations. Skills: Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.Proficiency in computer software (email, word processing, spreadsheets, project management).Comfortable in a diverse and inclusive environment.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationNorth Carolina
This position will be under the general direction of a Senior Project Manager, on the Project Development Team. The Project Manager position is responsible for the management, or the assistance of managing, all phases of project planning to ensure all project success factors are met, including but not limited to scope, schedule, cost, quality, environmental, safety, communications, security, and integration. This position will be assigned to multiple transmission projects. In aggregate, these projects are typically less than $10M with a Low to Moderate level of complexity impacting only the facility or department level within the Company. The PM serves as the unifying agent providing leadership, management, direction, coordination, and control of the overall project in accordance with the established policies, procedures, systems, and requirements of The Company.This position is typically retained to manage multiple “White” or “Green I” projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.Required Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of project management experience. Graduation from a two-year college or university. Working knowledge of project management principles. Working Knowledge to Proficiency in Project Management, Decision Making, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving; Project related work experience; Risk Management; Project Leadership; Proven Collaborative Team Member.Preferred Qualifications: Graduation from a four-year college or university. Utility Technical Certifications/Training; PMI (PMP or CAPM) Certification; CMII certificates; Professional Engineer License. Working knowledge to proficiency in project related Scheduling/ Cost Controls. Experience in utility industry. Knowledge in construction management. The Project Manager may have relationships with individuals in various organizations ranging from individual contributors to Senior Department Leadership (i.e. individual contributors up to executive management).
- Salary$140k per year
Our company is a consulting engineering, planning, and construction compliance firm located in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellingham, Washington. We are actively looking to hire a full-time Project Engineer to join our engineering group in one of these three office locations. While collaboration with staff from all offices is expected, we can prioritize your preferred location.We take pride in our status as an employee-owned and managed consulting firm. We are dedicated to the growth and retention of our employees within a positive, collaborative, and challenging work environment. Striving for a healthy work-life balance for all staff members is a fundamental aspect of our commitment.The role of the Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager involves significant responsibilities, including: Playing a key role in the company's growth by identifying and developing new clients and projects.Demonstrating strong project management skills, including developing scopes of work, budgets, and schedules during project planning. It also includes delivering quality projects on time and within budget.Independently coordinating staffing and workload throughout the entire project development process, ensuring timely completion of deliverables.Tracking financial aspects of projects, and coordinating and adjusting work efforts with the team to ensure completion.Demonstrating experience in municipal engineering, particularly in areas such as sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water system, and site civil design (grading, pavement, sidewalk, etc.). To be considered for this position, the following qualifications are required: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering.Licensed Professional Engineer (PE), with the requirement of obtaining a State of Washington PE license within 6 months of hire.Minimum of 12 years of demonstrated success working on multi-disciplinary engineering projects.Strong background in technical leadership, mentoring, and project management.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.A positive attitude and commitment to being an active participant in our employee-owned culture.Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and MS Project.Demonstrated success in working on multi-disciplinary engineering projects. The following qualifications would also be beneficial: Working knowledge of AutoCAD, GIS, and/or Revit (BIM) design software products.Master's degree in engineering.Project management training, PMP certification, or similar technical design leadership.Experience with wastewater process modeling software (BioWin).Experience with hydraulic modeling products (Innovyze, Bentley, and/or Visual Hydraulics).Involvement in professional societies and established clientele and professional relationships. We offer a generous total compensation package, including 100% company-paid employee health, life, and disability insurance. We also provide flexible schedules, reimbursement for professional registrations and renewals, paid memberships in professional organizations, and paid time off (sick, vacation, holidays). Additionally, we have a 401(k) retirement plan with company matching contributions and ownership opportunities.We are an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a workplace free from discrimination. We do not discriminate in employment based on age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
- Salary$0 per year
- LocationWhite Plains
This hands-on individual will serve a key function in helping to manage and mentor a team of engineers, lead design efforts, and develop and maintain clients for the firm. In this role, you will have the opportunity to both lead and support design and permitting efforts for a variety of land development projects, including commercial centers, residential developments, warehouse distribution centers, and mixed-use projects for both public and private clients. Job Responsibilities Work closely with office leadership to develop growth plans and ensure staff utilization;Possess an entrepreneurial demeanor and participate in Business Development activities by developing new clients for the firm and maintaining relationships with existing clients;Demonstrate experience in all aspects of land development engineering including the integration of geotechnical and environmental engineering;Knowledge of local, County and State land use entitlement processes and regulations. Familiarity with NY state and NYC land use processes a plus;Site/civil experience on a variety of project sites including the ability to design and oversee site layout, grading, drainage, infrastructure, erosion and sediment control, etc. from concept through completion;Expertise in stormwater management design, LID, hydrologic/hydraulic analysis and design and SWPPP preparation;Planning board and public testimony experience strongly preferred;Ability to design and oversee design including layout, grading, drainage, infrastructure, erosion and sediment control, etc. from concept through completion; andPosition requires work Monday through Friday with occasional evenings and weekends; andPerform other duties as requested. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Master's degree a plus;Possess valid New York Professional Engineer licensure (can be another state if reciprocity pursued);10+ years' experience in related site/civil land development engineering;Experience in report and proposal writing;Strong client development and client management abilities;Proficiency of AutoCAD or Civil 3D (preferred) with the ability to design site layouts from concept through completion;Active participation in professional organizations;Ability to effectively work independently and in a team environment, and to mentor staff engineers;Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
- Salary$50 - 70 per hour + Full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k)
Start in Feb. Must be local to Houston (in office and site visits) 12 month Contract to Hire The client is located in Houston, TX is a nationally recognized full service, EPC, specialty engineering, procurement, construction and testing and commissioning company specializing in complex medium and high voltage electrical infrastructure in North America. They are seeking a professional, dedicated individual with a positive outlook for our Construction Services, Project Manager opening in Houston, TX. Job Description Summary: Project Manager is directly responsible for all safety, financial, operations and administrative functions on high voltage utility projects. The Project manager will plan and execute the life cycle of a large-scale linear project. Develop procedures and practices contingent on customer and internal requirements, hiring, developing, and managing of the project team, coordinating with construction managers, schedulers, and subcontractors. This project management position requires extensive involvement and leadership for the project team. Collaborating and maintaining close relationships with utility customers. This position is ultimately responsible for the project's progress and success. Responsibilities include: Project Proposal Define and understand project scopeIdentify and supply deliverablesAssist Business development on defining project resource requirements; subcontractor or internalResponsible for subcontractor bid packages, communications and transmittalsResponsible for pricing sheet assembly and completionManager proposal schedule Project InitiationResponsible for understanding complete project scope and contractManage subcontractor selection, notification and possible re-pricingSchedule and execute project kick-off meetings with client and subcontractors Project Execution Develop and manage project team, assigning and coordinating team member roles and responsibilities.Develop and maintain project schedule, ensuring achievement of critical milestone datesOversee the successful management of labor and capital resources.Plan/Participating in weekly progress and strategic planning meetings between clients and project team members.Maintain and control assigned project budgets and marginsResponsible for subcontract invoice approval and client billingIdentify, mitigate, and resolve project issues and/or concerns.Assure safety policies, procedures, and standards are met, or exceeded. Manage project scope by assuring changes and/or change orders are appropriately documented and executedCommunicating and reporting project updates, metrics, and overall performance to Project Sponsors.Oversee QA/QC of Engineering and Procurement deliverables as possible Project CloseoutComplete all change order activity for both the client and subcontractorsVerify all material has been delivered, invoicing complete and payments madeVerify all project P.O.s are executed and closed-outTesting and commissioning documentation is complete, reviewed and transmitted to clientEngineering as-built drawings and drawing revisions are complete and transmitted to clientAll ECS project QA/QC documents are complete to include transfer of custodyFinal customer billing to include retentionComplete ECS substation closeout documentAchieve project file Additional responsibilities:Commitment to stringent industry safety regulations.Creation, management, and reporting of resource plans and performance data.Measure, monitor, and report project financials including forecasts and cash flow.Adherence to project deliverables and contractual obligations.Schedule Management - Analyzing critical path, float, delays, and acceleration if required.Documentation of all project activities and communication.Contract interpretation/dispute resolution.Interfacing with client representatives regarding the project's progress and challenges.Provide technical support for construction, including participation in construction planning.Facilitate and coordinate project related conferences.Support business development and other areas of Substation Services as directedMentor Assistant Project Management resources Education and/ or Work Experience: Prior experience with managing contracted work with Municipal and/or Investor Owned Utilities required.Thorough understanding of utility industry practices/standards, operations, contract management with emphasis on power projects required. Skills & Abilities: Must be able to accurately process written documentation, perform duties in a timely manner, be highly organized, and able to interface with personnel at all levels.Proficient understanding of Project Controls, Earned Value Management and Risk Management desirable.Extensive proficiency with Microsoft programs SAFETY: Safety is priority number one with our organization. Errors in judgment can result in negative financial impact, inconvenience to customers, unsafe working conditions, injury, or loss of life. Company where our People enjoy their Jobs!They are a very Employee Focused company. So, we decided that if we take care of our employees, they will take care of the Customers. We have office BBQs, company fishing tournaments, casino parties for employees, and anything that we can think of that our people will enjoy. The majority of our work in centered around Greater Houston, but we work throughout the US.
- Salary$120k - 140k per year
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.
- Salary$120k - 140k per year
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.
- SalaryCompetitive daily rates (Outside IR35)
- LocationNewcastle upon Tyne
Senior Project Manager - Must be a specialist in delivering Turnkey HV Substation projects - 12 Month contract (3-4 years extendable) - Northeast based 2 days a week and WFH option- Occassional client/site visits Please email Alex.Bryant@spencer-ogden.com for the full job description...
- Salary$61 per hour
This is the expert level of the Project Controls classification hierarchy. Workers at this level lead the development of the reporting systems for project controls assignments. They perform complex aspects of individual scheduling, change documentation and cost control while reporting up to program or portfolio level as well as trains and teaches other members of PC organization with minimal oversight and wide latitude for unreviewed work. They are also expected to have advanced skills using primavera (p6) and have the ability to work independently. This position typically is assigned to high volume of White projects classified per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix which typically range from $100M to greater than $500M with a high level of complexity. Must have experience leading schedule review meetings and work with the project team to obtain information to build / update the project schedule. The Principal Project Controls Specialist may have relationships with individuals of varying levels in various organizations. Project teams of external Suppliers/Vendors.Required Qualifications:- Graduation from a four-year college or university - business, finance, project management, engineering, technical, or equivalent.- Minimum of 7 years of project controls scheduling experience using primavera (P6).- Minimum of 11 years of project controls scheduling experience using primavera (P6) in lieu of a degree.- Expert in project controls principles.- Expertise / Mastery with project management / project controls concepts / computer applications / analytics; employee development; strong collaborative team member; oversight.Preferred Qualifications:- Masters - business, finance, project management, or equivalent. PMI or AACE certification (the following or equivalent are acceptable - PMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, AACE-CCC, AACE-PSP, AACE-CEP, AACE-EVP).- Demonstrated proficiency using Software such as MS Office Suite, Primavera, Business Objects, Prolog, Passport, Visio, Powerplant, Maximo, PeopleSoft. Risk management tools / Monte Carlo analysis.- This role is for a Senior Project Scheduler who must have demonstrated hands on experience using primavera (p6) as the scheduling software.