Weston & Sampson

  • Senior Project Manager Infrastructure - WW (CT, FL, MA, NC, NH, NY)

    Job Locations US-MA-Reading | US
    Posted Date 5 months ago(1/14/2019 1:13 PM)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Your world is always changing, and so are we. Weston & Sampson offers interdisciplinary design, engineering, and environmental services that make the world a better place. Innovative and reliable, we've worked to improve the communities where you live, WORK, and play for more than a century. Come join us as we grow.


    What we offer:

    Weston & Sampson is an employee-owned company serving public and private clients throughout the eastern United States. With more than 600 professionals and counting, we are experiencing rapid growth. Looking for talented staff to join our team, Weston & Sampson encourages professional growth and achievement; offers a comfortable, collaborative working environment; and provides training, resources, and state-of-the-art tools/equipment to promote success.


    In addition to a welcoming, inclusive corporate culture, Weston & Sampson offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, including health/dental/vision, paid holidays and vacation, 401K plan with employer match, and an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP).


    If interested, please submit your resume through our career portal:  https://www.westonandsampson.com/join-our-team/


    Weston & Sampson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



    What you’ll do:

    • Supervise and lead project teams to perform engineering studies and designs using recognized industry standards and regulatory-compliant approaches.
    • Supervise and lead project teams to perform field evaluation and assessment of existing facilities, including collection systems, pumping stations, and treatment plants.
    • Support the procurement of construction services, including support and evaluation of public bidding, contract execution, and construction administration.
    • Supervise, train, and mentor junior engineering staff.
    • Pursue new work opportunities through established client relationships, market sector awareness, and competitive pursuits, including participation in proposal development and interviews / presentations.
    • Participate in professional organizations and technical committees.
    • Develop and define project scope, schedule, and fee; determine work procedures, staffing, and sub-consultant assignments.
    • Collaborate and build strong working relationships with internal multi-disciplinary teams.
    • Establish and develop external teaming relationships.
    • Build and maintain strong business metrics for their Teams.

    This position is open to all our Massachusetts office locations.


    What you will bring:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering. Masters’ degree preferred.
    • 10 to 20 years of relevant experience working with municipal clients in engineering or project management roles, including:
      • Evaluation, study, and design of municipal wastewater infrastructure, specifically including: CSO Separation, Modelling, Large Diameter Pipe Design, Urban Construction, I/I and SSES Projects, Trenchless Rehabilitation Design, Asset Management, and Pump Station Hydraulics and Design.
      • Possess in-depth knowledge of Federal and State Regulations, Permitting and typical industry funding sources.
    • Experience in managing multiple projects and clients, along with the associated administrative, budgetary, and financial tracking elements of projects.
    • Highly effective with written and verbal communication, including Public Presentations.
    • Adept at interpersonal relationship building, conflict resolution, team leadership, and mentoring.
    • Possessing high ethical standards, committed to producing high quality work, with a commitment to teamwork, respect and integrity.
    • A Client focused seller/doer with strong business development skills and existing industry relationships


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