Project Manager (Water Resources Projects)

RMC Water and Environment

, CA, US

Job Description

RMC Water and Environment has an exciting opportunity for a water resources engineer or planner interested in developing innovative solutions to challenging water-related projects, and managing successful project teams. Our growing backlog of water resources work creates an opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects that contribute to the development of solutions addressing California water issues. The selected candidate will have 7 to 10 years of experience in the water resources field, exceptional communication skills, the ability to interact with clients and stakeholder groups, and experience managing projects and project teams. Experience working on water resources planning projects in California and/or the western United States is a requirement. The position would be located in one of our southern California offices.

Required Skills
  • Projects are in the areas of water resources, including integrated water resources planning; water, wastewater, recycled water, stormwater supply and quality analysis; and water resource project development and evaluation. Experience in environmental assessment, and regulatory permitting a plus
  • The position is focused on project delivery, but a demonstrated ability to manage clients relationships and team members is crucial
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills are required. This includes the ability to communicate internally with project teams, and also externally with clients and stakeholder groups in project and workshop settings
  • An interest and ability to contribute to business development through active participation in on-going marketing efforts is a plus
Required Experience

This is a project management position within the company. In that capacity, the candidate must be a proactive communicator, both internally and externally, and serve as a mentor to junior project staff. Additional skills and experience include:

  • BS in Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Planning/Science or a related field, MS preferred
  • 7-10 years of experience on water resources and/or closely related projects; specific experience successfully managing local, regional, and watershed scale planning projects is highly desirable
  • Excellent organizational, writing, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • P.E. or AICP registration preferred but not required
  • Working knowledge of the provisions and requirements of the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, and Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control act is preferred
Job Location
Southern California, California, United States