Project Engineer- Water Resources - Gilmore & Associates - New Britain, PA
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Company: Gilmore & Associates
The Project Engineer executes technical work assignments and may be responsible for managing water resources projects from start to finish, and handling the day-to-day tasks that accompany representing a municipal authority. They may take an active role with clients and in public meetings, and may also direct junior level staff.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
- Provide design services and project management on capital improvement projects
- Prepare Federal and State regulatory permit applications and plans
- Prepare bid documents including plans and specifications
- Perform site investigations, construction observation and field reconnaissance
- Review private development plans for compliance with applicable authority water and sewer standards
- Prioritize and manage multiple clients/projects
- Market, sell and cross-sell professional services for all disciplines and office locations
- Assist Project Manager to establish new and maintain existing relationships with clients, subcontractors, etc.
- Attend required public meetings; Authority Board, Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors, etc.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, or related area
- Registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania (current or pending)
- 4+ years of experience in water resource engineering including planning, investigations, compliance, reporting, and design of conveyance and distribution systems and treatment facilities
Essential Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Some project management experience
- Some experience with managing support staff
- Organized and detail oriented with excellent interpersonal skills
- Demonstrates the highest degree of ethical behavior and candor
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills including the ability to compose letters and complex reports and to orally communicate technical information to others in public presentations
- Possesses knowledge of the public water and wastewater system design, planning, and regulatory process
- Ability to interact with Federal, State & Local government agencies and officials
- Ability to work independently and as part of a project team
- Ability to perform in an environment that requires independent evaluation, judgment and decision making
- Ability to understand complex problems and to collaborate with others to explore alternative solutions
- Proficiency in Microsoft Suite, AutoCAD (preferably Civil 3D) and hydraulics/hydrology software
Essential Position Requirements:
- Occasional regional travel required
- Ability to work additional and/or nonstandard office hours, as required
Gilmore & Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer that provides a competitive compensation structure including a generous benefits plan and Employee Stock Ownership Plan.
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