We have a current opportunity for a Discipline Lead focused on pump stations. This position can be fully remote or based in Kansas City / St Louis offices.
MUST HAVE: 15 Years Experience and P.E. License
-Working independently, provides oversight and expert technical guidance on moderate to highly complex engineering designs involving development of detailed design drawings and specifications, piping system hydraulics and pump system hydraulics including hydraulic modeling and calculations, equipment vendor coordination, and construction equipment reviews and construction submittal reviews.
-Successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with large pump station design and large diameter pipeline design.
-Reviews draft designs for compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Ensures that firm policies and practices are followed on all designs.
-Contributes to firm's TKM by developing white papers and technical design documentation of new or special case designs, studies, etc. Submits technical papers and designs for publishing to technical journals.
-Collaborate with firm's senior hydraulic and pump station design in the conveyance discipline.
-Collaborates with sales staff to create proposals in response to current and potential client requests for proposal (RFPs).
-Reviews draft proposals for adherence to firm, industry, state, local and federal regulations and best practices.
-Meets with current and potential future clients to review their current and future design needs.
-Attends conferences, symposia, etc. to improve the visibility of the firm's products and services in collaboration with applicable sales staff.
-Acts as the primary point of contact for external client and related industry contact.
-Collaborates with clients and government officials to clarify technical questions provides updates to project management as necessary. Performs other duties as required.
-Provides technical guidance and training to more junior staff. Mentors more junior staff and develops them for future growth within the discipline and firm. Supervises the work of junior engineers on project work.
-Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, or Mechanical Engineering or related discipline.
-Professional engineering (PE) license.
-15 years of related experience.
-Equivalent additional directly related experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
-Domestic and/or international travel may be required. The frequency of travel is contingent on specific duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position, which may vary depending on workload and project demands.
A Discipline Leader is a high level role, with Practice Leader being the only higher technical level role. Working from a national or regional viewpoint are Discipline Leaders, who have the responsibility for advancing the capabilities of a discipline within one or more practices.
Discipline leaders are focused on the proper application of technology, growing our technical capabilities within the discipline, developing our employees, and assisting to pre-position and distinguish us to assist with sales growth, improved capture rate, and retain both our clients and employees.
Discipline leaders are exuding technical luminescence and expertise at conferences, publishing articles, and as members of project teams. Active members of their respective Communities of Practice (CoP), Discipline Leaders will connect and grow technical employees within the CoP.