Jacobs Project Manager - Water/Wastewater Design in El Paso, Texas
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Jacobs in El Paso, TX has an immediate opening for a Project Manager within our Water Practice group. You’ll provide the ability to contribute immediately to our Water and Wastewater (W/WW) project development and execution of varying sizes as part of a growing office.
Join us and we will assist in continuing the development of your skills and exploring all that you can do across our global company, with opportunities to share your knowledge along the way.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Planning, designing and construction of municipal or industrial potable water/ wastewater treatment and conveyance.
Perform project design engineering, project design staff oversight, quality control, project management, client development, proposal preparation and sales pursuits for W/WW treatment plant and conveyance projects in Texas.
A strong understanding of principles and theories of water hydraulics, pipeline mechanics and materials, operation and control, and installation means and methods.
Be responsible for performing all aspects of facility engineering: assist in the execution of existing backlog and assist in the development of new work pursuits.
You’ll work under the supervision of the Water Manager of Projects.
Delivering large and/or multiple projects on time, within budget and in conformance with the contract documents.
Providing effective, skilled project management to help reduce the costs of delivering projects and adding value to the business by applying proven project management techniques.
Functions as a team lead for projects including acting as the liaison to internal departments as needed. Plan, organize and direct design staff and key field positions.
Execution of project designs and oversight of construction.
Interface with the client to ensure expectations are identified and carried out.
Responsible for project safety when part of our contract responsibility.
Responsible for the safety of Jacobs staff.
Participates in corporate initiatives to assist in meeting the company’s goals.
Assesses project requirements, while developing and recommending a sound approach or application to meet the needs of the project and client.
Ensures that project deliverables satisfy project requirements and schedule.
Determines, monitors and reviews costs, operational budgets, schedules and staffing requirements for projects.
Manages and enhances project quality by providing ideas and suggestions to the team aimed at improving the effectiveness of their role and of the project activities in general.
Establishes appropriate metrics for measuring key project criteria.
Facilitates the creation of communication plans, ensuring that appropriate information is exchanged among key stakeholders, and conducts status review meetings among project team members and clients.
Supervise the work of others when assigned.
Performs other incidental and related duties as required.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or a related field
Registration as a Professional Engineer
Substantial experience in the design and construction of W/WW facilities
Ability to utilize computer systems as a tool to effectively manage projects
Must be able to demonstrate the following skills: leadership, oral and written communication skills, planning, team work, decision making, judgment and problem solving
Ability to make good presentations and lead/participate in project meetings
Previous experience directing, coordinating, and supervising a staff including multiple Construction Managers, Office Design Engineers, Project Control Manager, Contracts / Procurement Manager, and multiple Field Inspectors.
Knowledge of scheduling, spreadsheet, document, and database software (such as Contracts Manager (Expedition), P3E, Microsoft Office package, and/or others)
Knowledge of and experience in reviewing and understanding a contractor’s Safety Plan and QA/QC Plan.
Experience in reviewing and overseeing a Document Control Plan, and development / utilization of a Project Procedures Manual.
Familiarity with and/or the ability and desire to use production tools, such as modeling software and computer equipment
Ideally You’ll Also Have:
Previous experience on assignment with multiple projects with a construction value of over $20 million
Previous experience working with local municipalities and utility companies
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