Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is one of the world’s leading engineering, project management and consultancy companies, is looking for a Leader for its Facility Engineering and Asset Management business to provide leadership, business development, strategic direction and innovative technical solutions to grow the Facility Engineering and Asset Management practice, as well as lead opportunities across the country.
Successful candidates will have experience growing facility engineering and asset management businesses supporting clients within Government, Industrial/Pharma and Energy market sectors. Candidates must possess P&L and operational experience, as well as strong client management skills with broad application in the practice of integrated asset management for facilities and infrastructure; including experience with associated financial, delivery / performance and risk management. Successful candidates will possess client relationships within the industrial, commercial, and government market sectors.
A strong background and proven ability to integrate information management within innovative and cost‐effective solutions to modernize and recapitalizing aging inventories using conventional and operational risk assessment methods is preferred.
As a senior leader, you will lead all aspects of the business and will be fully accountable for successfully selling and growing consultancy asset management services for facilities and infrastructure including: condition assessments; maintenance and performance of mechanical, electrical, and roofing systems; adequacy and design of fire protection and suppression systems; assessment of water and wastewater assets; inspection and assessment of fueling systems as well as associated financial and performance management.
The ideal candidate shall possess 15 - 20years of experience, a BS in Civil or Mechanical Engineering, and desire to join our Atlanta Metro Area (Atlanta or Kennesaw, GA) office and become an integral member of our leadership team.
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