The Senior Remediation Project Manager will lead project teams serving a portfolio of well-established clients and projects in the utility market and other industries.
Leadership responsibilities will include project management, technical leadership, and client relationship development and maintenance.
The successful candidate should possess a diverse investigation and remediation technical background, project/program management skills, and significant remediation investigation, consulting, and execution experience.
Experience in successful execution of subsurface and sediment investigations, including development of conceptual or numerical models is a plus. Existing client relationships are a plus.
Travel is required and professional registration is preferred.
Responsible for preparing scopes of work cost estimates, and proposals and may develop and evaluate plans for major projects.
Provide leadership, guidance, and instruction to less experienced staff members and coordinate departmental project studies, reports or project design assignments.
Project implementation, QA/QC, project scheduling, and budget management.
Some marketing responsibilities will be required and regular meetings and correspondence with clients, agencies, subcontractors or outside personnel will be required.
Lead preparation of work plans, investigation reports, feasibility studies, remedial design and implementation for CERCLA, RCRA, and other state lead programs.
Manage technical aspects of investigation and remediation projects including the open book EPC approach to implementing construction projects.
Manage individual projects and supervise and coordinate multidisciplinary project teams.
Projects will range from multi-million dollar remediation programs to smaller projects (i.e.< $100k) investigation and remediation sites.
Participate in business planning and business development efforts to support the growth of the Chicago/Downers Grove environmental practice.
Effectively balance billable and non-billable time.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's in Geology, Engineering or related field from an accredited university. Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Hydrogeology preferred.
Minimum 7 years (10 years preferred) of related experience investigating and remediating environmental sites; experience. Project management experience is preferred.
Strong understanding and current knowledge of applicable remediation technologies and techniques.
Report, design, and bid package preparation experience.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to manage technical projects and lead remediation design efforts.