HNTB Science Project Manager in Indianapolis, Indiana
What We're Looking For
Leads and manages various environmental tasks and/or projects. Provides expert technical guidance and assistance in geology, hydrology, chemistry, biology or other related sciences for all phases of projects, including planning, investigation, design and construction activities.
Primary Focus Will Include:
Management and preparation of environmental documentation for transportation projects, with a specific focus on Indianapolis transportation clients.
Management and preparation of various local, state, and federal regulatory permit applications, including Section 404/401, Construction in a Floodway, and Rule 5 permits.
Provide oversight, technical guidance, and review of work products developed by junior staff.
Assist in preparation of proposals, including scopes of work, fee proposals, and LOIs/RFPs.
Conduct ecological field investigations and document results through preparation of required technical reports.
Client and regulatory agency coordination.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Demonstrated prior INDOT environmental experience
Proficiency in ArcMap and/or other GIS programs
Ability to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team structure
Strong written and verbal communication skills
What You'll Need
Participates in design and planning stage of project to provide technical expertise, assistance, and consultation as well as discuss potential problems relating to regulatory issues and policy matters, site selection and conditions, design and construction.
Directs environmental surveys and studies of proposed project sites and interprets findings and prepares the necessary scientific reports.
Provides technical support to project managers during all phases of project development, including the type and extent of exploratory work and testing needed during construction.
Performs the more complex and critical assignments of the project, including field visits to resolve unique problems encountered.
Responsible for technical project management including developing the scope of work, budgeting, scheduling and reporting.
Establishes work priorities and performance standards, hiring, training, evaluating staff, assigning and reviewing work.
Leads and coordinates efforts of the team to perform analyses, data collection and technical expertise.
Supervises other staff in the collection and analyses of data obtained at the proposed project site. Establishes work priorities and performance standards, hiring, training, evaluating staff, assigning and review of work.
Examines and evaluates present and potential scientific conditions as they relate to the planning, design, and construction of projects.
Manages multi-disciplined teams in the production of various technical studies, implementing public participation programs, developing relationships with clients and public agencies, and mentoring and training staff.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Geology, Biology, Environmental Science or related field
12 years related experience
10 years related experience (with Master's degree in Natural Sciences)
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