Job Summary: The Project Manager will lead and direct project teams, ensure deadlines and quality control measures are met, evaluate project work in accordance to a predetermined timeline and budget, the strategic goals of the organization and the scope of the contract. The person in this role will act as the subject matter expert on environmental remediation construction best practices, mentor entry level project managers to ensure work is performed safely in the Gulf Coast region.
- Understand company goals and objectives; connect them strategically with day to day efforts, including project management from initial development to the initiation stage through to closure for all environmental remediation projects as assigned
- Direct all aspects of execution for projects in accordance with the scope of the contract including pre-bid and proposal preparations, project start up, contract management, resource loading and cost controls, material buy out, subcontractor management, cash flow management and change order negotiations
- Collect information using project control tools to show daily progress status, compile information weekly and coordinate monthly project status reports to communicate progress using the Risk Matrix, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) graphs to control projects
- Analyze physical progress and financial data to generate timely and accurate forecasts that support performance status reporting, including completion dates and financial results
- Establish and maintain effective client relations to achieve active cooperation, prompt payment and additional work opportunities
- Resolve issues and solve problems that arise throughout the duration of the project
- Lead, coach and motivate project team on a proactive basis; manage oversight of the project team and maintain the project requirements for safety, quality, productivity and ensure they are maintained throughout the duration of the project
- Assist with the preparation of bids and proposals, generate, prepare and submit invoices per the terms of the contract for all assigned projects
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering/Science, Geohydrology,Construction Management or equivalent a related combination of education and environmental remediation construction work experience
- Minimum of ten years of experience managing environmental remediation construction projects related to soil treatment and stabilization, waterway remediation, groundwater control and treatment, site preparation, excavation or earthwork construction work
- Experience with CERCLA and/or RCRA sites and other high-hazard sites highly preferred
- Previous experience must demonstrate a progressive increase in financial responsibility, supervisory accountability, leadership with a track record of meeting and exceeding goals
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook and Project; experience using Primavera (P6) software would be a plus
- Self-motivated with the ability to work effectively with little or no direct supervision and thrive in a fast paced work environment
- Must be able to travel throughout the region as needed, up to 80% travel
- Must be willing to work in a construction environment that includes: potential exposure to dust, noise, toxic materials, waste and infectious materials, as well as working in inclement weather conditions
RECON team members are passionate about service, innovation and collaboration. We are constantly striving to improve ourselves so that we can better support and serve our clients. If you have a growth mindset and you thrive under pressure, you’re probably a great fit for our team! We offer benefits to employees and eligible spouses, domestic partners and children; competitive compensation, paid holidays and time off, company matched 401K and more.
We are an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a workplace free from prohibited employment conduct, including discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other legally protected status in accordance with federal, state and local laws. Employment is subject to verification of pre-employment drug-screen and background investigation results, including driving record and criminal history.