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Galloway & Company, Inc., a full-service planning, architecture and engineering firm is adding to our growing team. Working at Galloway is an opportunity to invest your workday in something that makes communities across the country better places to live.
The Water Resources Project Manager is responsible for the coordination, implementation, execution, control, financial performance and timely completion of projects, and the delivery of projects/programs that are consistent with company strategies, commitments and goals. This position provides training, mentoring and project guidance for staff members.
As a leadership position within the company, the Water Resources Project Manager promotes and develops new and repeat business opportunities that are in alignment with Galloway’s strategies and goals.
- Provides supervision and guidance for overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters within the team; consults with Team Manager concerning unusual problems/developments, and obtains approvals as appropriate.
- Takes a leadership role in the development of new business, promoting repeat and referral business with existing clients, and developing new business; participates in networking events and business development meetings.
- Prepares and reviews project proposals, qualification statements, promotional materials, and professional services agreements; responsible for preparation, obtaining internal and external approvals, and managing final execution and subsequent amendments.
- Plans, develops, coordinates, and directs team members during the execution of projects.
- Takes an active role in coaching, mentoring, and delegating responsibility to less-senior level staff; provides daily “on-the-job” training for team members.
- Serves as primary contact with clients; fosters culture of effective internal and external communication between Client and team members.
- Develops and implements project schedules and resource management that facilitates timely performance.
- Manages project budget; communicates budget allocation to staff for their respective assignments.
EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION, AND CERTIFICATIONS
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from a four-year, board-approved engineering curriculum required. Master of Science in Engineering or a related Water Resources field is preferred.
Registration as a Professional Engineering in the State of Colorado or the ability to obtain such within 6 months is required. Registration as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) is desired.
8 to 15 years of progressive experience in hydrology and hydraulics associated with the fields of urban drainage, riverine analyses, and other areas of water resources.
Experience with HEC-HMS, SWMM, CUHP, HEC-RAS 1D & 2D, SRH 2D or FLO-2D, AutoCAD, and GIS preferred.
- Possesses advanced understanding of principles, practices, codes, and standards in the field of Water Resources Engineering.
- Possesses advanced knowledge of approval and permitting processes for Water Resource projects.
- Demonstrates advanced technical writing skills.
- Demonstrates effective communication, financial management, and leadership skills to manage schedules and budgets.
- Communicates in a timely and effective manner within team and with clients, various agencies, and other disciplines and managers.
- Serves as a point of contact with client; receives and conveys client goals and objectives to team members.