Jacobs Project Manager-Water/Wastewater in Pensacola, Florida
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We’re seeking a Project Manager to join our team in Pensacola, FL. Someone who can use their vast experience in the water industry and apply it to today’s challenges.
As a key member of our team, you will work on and manage a variety of water, wastewater, and water resources projects and assist with serving our municipal, federal, industrial and other clients in primarily in the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama/Mississippi. This position will be required to review planning/study documents, modeling, preliminary designs, detailed designs, plan reviews, permitting and on-site observations. Each day, this position will be an important team member as they participate in the management of design, coordination, and execution of projects for our clients. This position will need to work independently on a wide-variety of task with peers in the Pensacola, FL office and throughout the company. This position should be a self-motivated professional with a desire to grow personally as well as professionally with each project in our diverse and fast-paced office.
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Here’s What You’ll Need:
B.S. in Chemical, Environmental or Civil Engineering or related engineering discipline
At least 10 years of experience as a chemical/civil/environmental engineer primarily in the water/wastewater/water resources design and permitting services.
Experience in serving various municipal, federal, industrial, and other clients involving a wide variety of fields including water, wastewater, and water resource for planning, consulting, design and construction services.
Strong data analysis and technical problem solving
Strong written and oral communication skills
Positive attitude, dependable, and committed to meet all assigned project deadlines.
Self-motivated, team-oriented, organized, and able to successfully multitask in a fast-paced office.
_Ideally, You’ll Also Have: _
- Experience with industrial water and/or wastewater design and permitting
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