Job Title - Water Treatment Project Manager
Salary: $116k - 176k BASE
With a history spanning over 125 years, the company has been involved in designing essential infrastructure. Their business thrives on fostering long-term relationships with clients and employees, leading to financial stability, career advancement opportunities, and a nationally recognized workplace culture.
The 1000+ employee company is currently seeking Water and Wastewater Treatment Project Manager at their offices in Atlanta
The responsibilities of the Project Manager:
Leading the analysis, design, and construction administration of various water treatment, wastewater treatment, reuse, and resource recovery facility projects. This includes preparing technical reports, plans, and specifications.
Maintaining and utilizing a working knowledge of accepted engineering design standards and practices to meet client needs and firm standards.
Ensuring tasks are completed within schedule and budget to meet project requirements.
The qualifications for this position include:
A Bachelor's degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a related field.
At least 7 years of related water and wastewater treatment experience with a focus on plant process evaluation, design, and construction of municipal water or wastewater treatment plants.
A Georgia Professional Engineer (PE) license is required.
A mix of technical experience encompassing municipal water and wastewater process design, treatment plant civil/structural/mechanical/electrical design, treatment process studies, and construction contract administration and management.
This firm emphasizes the opportunity for every team member to make a meaningful impact in their communities.
- The company offers a comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance
- Generous paid time off
- Paid overtime
- Company events and opportunities to connect with industry leaders
- A company that fosters a unique culture and encourages professional growth while caring for clients
Interested in learning more? Apply now!