"Dewberry Consultants LLC seeks Senior Project Manager in Fairfax, Virginia.
Responsible for the management and technical aspects of hydrologic and hydraulic engineering studies and analyses that use a variety of engineering techniques and models. Provide support for water resources, disaster, emergency management, and mitigation planning projects as assigned. Prepare written reports, such as study narratives that document hydrologic/hydraulic analyses, floodplain studies, and case reviews. Directly coordinates the work of engineers, geographers, and sub-consultants. Review technical work products for accuracy, completeness, and soundness of methodology. Make decisions and recommendations that are recognized as authoritative and have an important impact on the technical and programmatic work flow within the department. Make recommendations concerning selection, training, rating, discipline, and remuneration of staff. Provide leadership on determining basic operating policies, devising ways of reaching program objectives in the most economical manner and of meeting unusual conditions affecting work progress in the production of FEMA Risk MAP products. Pursues marketing opportunities inside and outside the organization. Leads the development of technical and business proposals for new projects. Represents the organization at professional conferences and client meetings.
Required Skills & Required Experience:
Requires a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, or a related field, plus ten years of environmental engineering experience. Experience with hydraulic and hydrologic steady and unsteady, and water quality modeling/assessment. Experience with watershed planning. Experience in hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and floodplain delineations using GIS-based engineering and mapping tools working on FEMA Flood Insurance Studies (FIS). Experience working for FEMA NFIP production technical contractor or mapping partner. Experience with ArcGIS, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, GEO-RAS, QUAL2k, EPA SWMM, XP-SWMM, and FLO2D. Professional engineering license is required. Requires occasional domestic travel to other Dewberry offices and client sites.