Jacobs Water Resources Project Manager in Boise, Idaho
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As a Water Resources Project Manager associated with our Boise, ID office, you’ll have the chance to work on challenging projects related to fish passage, stream restoration, stormwater management, drainage, hydropower, and water conveyance and storage for municipal, private, state, Tribal, irrigation district, and Federal clients. Our teams commonly engage at the forefront of large, complex projects to help navigate the competing challenges of reliable water supply and protection of natural resources.
As a Project Manager you’ll perform design engineering, project design staff oversight, quality control, client development, proposal preparation and sales pursuits for Water Resources projects in Idaho and throughout the Northwest. You will be leading a multidiscipline design team and working directly with our clients to complete tasks within established schedules and budgets and help advance our business development strategies.
During your time with us, you will also have the opportunity to grow professionally through your participation with high-functioning project teams delivering challenging projects while fostering future client opportunities. If you're up for the challenge, we've been looking for someone just like you.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Environmental, or related engineering field
Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) licensed in a Pacific Northwest State. If not an Idaho PE, must be able to obtain licensure within 6 months of hire.
At least 8 years of professional experience in water resources engineering and related experience
Proven experience designing and leading small to large water resources projects.
Demonstrated ability to lead the preparation of plans, specifications, cost estimates, model development and analysis, studies, proposals and/or reports.
Strong technical writing and interpersonal skills
Master’s degree in fields listed above
Proven experience managing teams of design professionals
Local candidates with strong network among local water resources clients in the region
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