Engineering Project Manager III
Applicants must apply on-line at our website and may view full job description: www.westernvawater.org/careers
Starting salary DOQ $73,382 – $96,705.
Provides planning/design/project management/contract administration of various construction/engineering projects. Responsibilities entail accountability based on measurable cost effective results for the substance/efficiency/productivity/quality of assigned projects. Responsible for all phases of assigned projects from inception through project close out to include planning/budgeting/design/procurement/project delivery, permitting/construction/contract administration/final acceptance. Provides design/design assistance and prepares cost estimates on engineering projects. Coordinates activities with local jurisdictions/state and federal agencies/private businesses/contractors/consultants and others involved with Authority projects. Prepares Requests for Proposal for professional services and manages architectural/engineering consultants in the preparation of studies/reports/ designs/plans/specifications/cost estimates/easements/plats. Prepares Project Manuals/Technical Specifications/construction contract documents and manages the procurement of construction services. Conducts public outreach to inform citizens of engineering related projects. Supervises/oversees project work of Engineer I and Engineer IIs. Bachelor’s degree with a major in civil engineering or related field plus five (5) or more years of related experience and/or considerable experience in progressively responsible professional civil engineering work. Graduate study in the areas of water resources/hydraulics/sanitary engineering or other related field preferred. Current licensure as a professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia or ability to obtain within 90 days of employment date required.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in civil engineering or related field plus five (5) or more years of related experience and/or considerable experience in progressively responsible professional civil engineering work or equivalent combination of education and experience. Graduate study in the areas of water resources, hydraulics, sanitary engineering, or other related field preferred.
• Current licensure as a professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia, or proven ability to obtain by reciprocity within 90 days.