Kimley-Horn Senior Project Manager - Water/Wastewater in Dallas, Texas
We have a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a hands-on Water/Wastewater Practice Builder (Senior Project Manager) to join our team in DFW.
The practice builder will have an entrepreneurial spirit and create a vision for growth for the local water resource practice and beyond. Markets are not limited by geography but driven by relationships.
The successful candidate will be given a great deal of autonomy to lead, direct, and grow their business. Accounting, administrative, marketing, recruiting, IT and production support will be provided. With success, this individual will enjoy the rewards of a performance based work environment and can advance to ownership.
Leadership responsibilities include:
Operating with integrity and sound business principals
Providing practice vision, business planning and strategy, establishing goals
Building and maintaining positive client relationships
Open communication with partners and team, along with growing and directing a water practice.
Management responsibilities include but are not limited to;
Establishing and cultivating client relationships
Identifying and tracking leads
Writing proposals and scope of work
Ensuring quality and timeliness of deliverables, and supervising the execution of work.
The ideal background:
10+ years of experience in civil engineering and design with at least 5 directly managing utility water projects in Texas.
Client contacts and relationships with local municipalities, area counties, water management authorities and local, regional, state agencies
Registered Professional Engineering (P.E.) license - State of Texas
Experience writing proposals, scopes of work, and budgets for projected work.
Ability to manage & mentor staff, and direct resources effectively in a positive manner.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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