Senior Water Engineer

H2M Architects + Engineers, a multidiscipline architectural, engineering, environmental consulting firm seeks a Licensed Professional Engineer with 8 to 12 years of being a client contact to work out of our NYC, Westchester, Melville, Parsippany, or Howell office.  Job Responsibilities o Assist in preparing proposal research, language, and budgets o Potential activities include planning, design, permitting, bid services, construction services o Potential drinking water projects include source of supply, treatment and distribution o Lead efforts in infrastructure planning and design for individual water and sewer projects o Coordinate with other technical divisions within the firm (and external), and subcontractors/advisors o Prepare/deliver permit applications as required from various local, state, and federal agencies o Assist clients in private and public bidding procedures o Lead construction administration efforts o Supervise construction observation efforts o Supervise and tutor engineering staff o Participate in firm outreach to technical societies and trade organizations Education and Qualifications o Licensed professional engineer in the State of NJ/NY-Or ability to gain reciprocity o Experience working on a combination of public and private water projects o Experience with NYSDOH/NJDEP permitting procedures and approvals, and experience in delivering multi-discipline infrastructure jobs o Progressive experience in water/sewer infrastructure project delivery o Experience pursuing designed projects through commissioning and startup o Active in technical societies and trade organizations associated with water (AWWA, WEF, etc) o 8-12 of progressive experience in design, permitting, and construction services o Strong interpersonal and client management skills are essential o Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, Mechanical, Chemical Engineering, or closely related discipline o Excellent computer and written communication skills required
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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