Jacobs Senior Water Construction Manager in Bingham Farms, Michigan
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As our global supply and ask for water grows, solving the world’s most complex water challenges requires different thinking – and that’s where we come in. We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated Senior Construction Manager to join our growing Water team in Michigan.
Jacobs is ranked top 3 in the world by ENR for water infrastructure engineering design, construction, and program management. We provide a full-service offering to our clients from planning and design through construction. Join us and enjoy our deep resources to support your success and career working on our large water/wastewater infrastructure projects.
This is an exciting and unique opportunity to play a vital role on our team as Senior Construction Manager on a wide range of large, multi-year water, wastewater, conveyance, and storage projects for major municipal clients in Michigan. In addition to our current portfolio of construction projects, the Senior Construction Manager will serve as an important component of our long-term growth strategy in Michigan and beyond.
Bring your leadership abilities to guide a team of resident engineers (REs) and resident project representatives (RPRs) while providing coordination with our design engineering team and project managers in the delivery of critical water infrastructure projects.
As Senior Construction Manager, you will provide full‐time RPR management services to monitor and document the progress and quality of the construction, ensuring that projects are accomplished in conformance with the contract documents. You will often be called on to be an ambassador with multiple project stakeholders, with the ability to utilize “soft” skills and an in‐depth understanding of potential construction impacts on the public to: 1) develop contract language to ensure such impacts and changes to the contract are minimized, and 2) carry out positive interactions with the general public during pre‐construction and construction activities.
If you are not currently residing in southeast Michigan, then relocation assistance will be provided to support your move to the region.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
B.S. degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Construction Management
A history of construction delivery roles with progressively increasing responsibility, including detailed infrastructure RPR experience (experience does not have to be contiguous)
Demonstrated leadership and management of teams on large, multi-year, water/wastewater construction projects
Proven ability to interface with government agencies and public entities
Detailed understanding of total project delivery requirements, including planning, design, and construction
Commitment to and experience with team and staff development
Demonstrated capabilities in multi-agency environments
Ability to track and manage general contractors and subcontractors
Extensive working experience with utility infrastructure development, particularly in major urban environments
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Certified Construction Manager (CCM), Professional Engineer (PE) or Architect license/certification
Demonstrated experience leading and managing water/wastewater infrastructure projects with at least $100M in construction costs.
Welded steel pipe experience of at least 48 inches in diameter
Experience with projects that utilize alternative project delivery, including Design-Build, Progressive Design-Build, and Construction Manager at Risk
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