Environmental Services - Project Manager 2113FC

Employer
Ayres Associates
Location
Fort Collins, Colorado, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jul 30, 2021
Closes
Sep 14, 2021
Ref
2348371560
Discipline
Project Management
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Salary
Finding the right fit:

Are you a self-starter with a history of work in Environmental Consulting for both public sector and private industry? We re seeking an innovative environmental professional passionate about growing workload centered around environmental consulting services to new Western or national private clients. Put your passion for improving the environment and effective listening skills to work and identify and implement solutions for growing a diverse client base. Success will be defined by your capability to capture, develop, and nurture client relationships.

On any given day, you ll:

* Manage client projects and assist in developing business to grow our private, municipal, or government services. Success will be defined by the ability to generate work opportunities and manage these projects and help grow our staff.
* Project management duties for environmental consulting could include preparing plans, permits or reports for a variety of projects related to environmental remediation, assessment, redevelopment, oil/gas/mining, or compliance (air permits, NPDES, SWPPPs, SPCC, EPCRA Tier II and TRI/Form R Reporting, general compliance audits, hazardous waste management, or compliance monitoring under TSCA, RCRA, or CERCLA).
* Help clients manage their businesses by performing due diligence assessments regarding acquisitions, divestitures, mergers, property sales, and leases.
* Coordinate with regulatory agencies to ensure successful project execution and deliverables.
* Work with professional and technical staff on our environmental team to develop project deliverables.
* Establish target markets/clients with management and other compliance team members to develop a program to establish relationships and build workload.
* Contact clients, attend meetings, assist in project and client intelligence and strategies, and participate in trade show and client-related activities.
* Provide technical guidance on environmental projects, including on-site assistance as needed, prepare project proposals, attend project interviews, participate in presentations, negotiating hourly estimates, fee proposals, and contract documents.
* Schedule and monitor project work to ensure successful completion and positive financial performance of each deliverable.
* Collaborate with our talented staff in the West including Urban Planners, Economic Development Professionals, Landscape Architects, Environmental Engineers, Transportation Engineers, and Water Resource Engineers.
* Work with project teams to effectively delegate assignments, and mentor junior staff members. Train the next generation of environmental leaders!

Required Qualifications:

* A bachelor s degree in environmental or geological engineering, environmental science, geology, or related field.
* A minimum of eight years of relevant environmental consulting experience in western United States (i.e. WY, MT, CO, AZ) or nationally, and four years of project management experience.
* Contacts with existing or previous private clients, client development capabilities, and registration in an applicable professional discipline, with demonstratable track record of bringing in project work.
* Willingness to travel (some overnight stays) in and out of state.
* A valid driver s license and good driving record.

Desired skills and experience:

* A self-motivated, team-oriented individual with superior written and verbal skills.
* In-depth understanding of the relevant local, state and federal regulations and how they apply to specific industries and facilities.
* Be able to delegate, utilize, and coach junior staff effectively.
* Well-connected with proven client development, project management, and staff supervision capabilities.
* Have the ability to negotiate with clients, regulators, and other stakeholders.
* Be able to work across multiple offices while managing multiple projects and project teams of professional staff.
* A masters degree in either environmental engineering or an earth science preferred but not required.
* Project experience in multiple environmental areas such as:
* Brownfield Environmental Site Assessments, Investigations, and Remediation
* Air Quality Permitting, Reporting, or Modeling
* Environmental Services for Mining, Oil & Gas, or Other Large Federal Clients
* Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures plans
* RCRA Hazardous Waste Compliance
* Environmental Compliance Auditing

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