Project Managers!

Posted:  Aug 06, 2021
Civil Engineering Project Manager Needed

Civil Engineering Project Manager Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering preferred.
  • Minimum of 8 years’ project management experience.
  • Civil Engineering (PE) license in Washington State preferred.
  • Must have a good working knowledge of Pierce, King, Mason, and Kitsap counties, as well as the State of Washington’s design policies and procedures.
  • The ideal candidate will be a decisive, positive, detail-oriented civil engineering professional who can work independently and communicate well with team members.
  • 5-10 years of civil engineering land development experience pertaining to civil engineering design, land planning, entitlements, public agency interface, & public presentations for residential and commercial land development projects.
  • The ideal Project Manager will be client service focused and have civil land development project leadership experience pertaining to private commercial & residential land development projects.
  • AutoCAD and/or Civil 3D skills are a plus.

Civil Engineering Project Manager Role & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, design, and direct complex civil engineering projects.
  • Review work-in-process to ensure accurate client billings and monitor outstanding accounts receivable and collection efforts.
  • Understand projects scope of work and communicate this scope to support staff.
  • Monitor and maintain project budgets & productivity.
  • Oversee project specific preparation of improvement plans, specifications, supporting documents, and permit applications for subdivisions, commercial developments, multi-family developments and public works projects in both the public and private sector.
  • Work closely with CAD Designers, Engineers and Surveyors to obtain project information and ensure drawings are accurate and complete.
  • Identify long lead items or project critical requirements (i.e., Right-of-Entry, off-site easements, sub consultant studies, and other agency permits).
  • Resolve a variety of complex problems (i.e., conflicting design requirements and difficult coordination requirements).
  • Draft written communication to clients and public agencies (i.e., transmittal & response memos).
  • Deal directly with permitting, zoning, engineering, and planning officials to resolve project design issues.
  • Visit project sites to review conditions/conflicts as appropriate.


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