GEI is seeking individuals aligned with our culture to join our growing and industry leading waterfront and coastal design group. If you’re interested in a rewarding career and having the opportunity to work on some of the largest and most complex water infrastructure projects in the Northeast, we encourage you to apply and find success at GEI.
Our waterfront and coastal design group is currently seeking a Project Manager / Structural Engineer in our Franklin, MA office. This role is a unique opportunity to learn and partner with senior technical experts to drive solutions for our government, commercial development and energy clients across the country. You will work on a variety of coastal and waterfront projects including waterfronts and marinas, marine terminals, recreational piers, harbors, and waterfront parks.
- Manage a variety of waterfront / coastal projects with varying levels of complexity and size.
- Develop and manage project plans, schedules, and budgets.
- Serve as a technical lead for the design of waterfront structures, including preparing construction drawings, specifications, cost estimates, and reports.
- Manage on-site field staff during the implementation phase of design projects and act as the primary point of contact in discussions with clients and contractors.
- Provide technical direction and training to staff, as necessary to complete assignments.
- Assist in the marketing and business development efforts for a growing component of our business, including proposal preparation, client development, and networking.
- Mentor, coach and develop junior staff.
- B.S or M.S. in Structural or Civil Engineering.
- 8-10 years of experience working on structural design projects. Prior experience in marine, bridge, or heavy civil engineering design is preferred.
- Registered professional engineer in Massachusetts, or ability to obtain reciprocity in Massachusetts within 1 year of hire date.
- Ability to travel for site visits / inspections, client meetings, and business development opportunities (to include overnight travel, as needed).
- Possess a valid driver’s license.
- Strong structural design experience with steel and concrete, as well as a working knowledge of geotechnical engineering to assist in the design of soil / structure interaction elements (e.g. bulkheads, retaining walls, and piles).
- Ability to manage small to medium projects in all phases of engineering design including field investigations (to include structural assessments of existing conditions), preliminary designs, regulatory approvals, final design, and development of contract documents.
- Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team setting to integrate in-house structural, geotechnical, and environmental capabilities to create interconnected design instruments.
- Experience with the laws and regulations governing the Massachusetts public procurement process.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Completed NCEES national record with ability to obtain reciprocity in other New England states, as needed.