This position will support multiple projects from an environmental perspective as well as manage and complete independent projects. These activities may include leading routing efforts for linear projects, developing permitting strategies, managing resource survey activities, participating in public meetings, negotiating with regulatory agencies, managing construction, contracts, schedules and budgets.
The Project Manager will direct and coordinate activities of multiple disciplines on projects in the Environmental Studies and Permitting Practice and support growth of the NE Regional Office. The successful candidate will target business development and marketing activities with potential clients and identify and pursue new clients and project opportunities. Responsibilities include client development, maintenance, and management; proposal preparation and sales presentations; participation in contract negotiations; project planning, budgeting, and scheduling; and establishing critical project objectives and performances.
This position manages the preparation of documents or technical documents, as needed. Mentors less experienced staff and performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's or graduate degree in a natural resources field, environmental science, or related field from an accredited program.
Minimum 10 years related experience, including 5 or more years managing natural resource projects and staffs. Must have ability to deal effectively with a wide variety of industry, government, and public contracts on project-related matters. Must have experience and desire to conduct business development and marketing to potential clients. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Yes, 50 % of the Time
US-PA-Allentown, US-NJ-Piscataway, US-CT-Wallingford
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