at Black & Veatch in Dover, Delaware, United States
Design-Build Engineering Manager-Water Business Line(Remote)
Date: Jun 11, 2022
Company: Black & Veatch Family of Companies
At Black & Veatch, our employee-owners go beyond the project. For over a century, we have been breaking down social, economic and geographic barriers by making life’s critical resources accessible to all. Working with us, you will help provide critical expertise as we, along with our valued clients, deliver solutions that positively impact communities around the world. Our professionals are our greatest asset, and we believe nothing is more important than the health, happiness and professional growth of our employee-owners. With a focus on flexible work-life balance options, an expanding and diverse workforce, and limitless career growth opportunities, we will give you our best to help yougive us your best, and together we can build a world of difference.
Company : Black & Veatch Corporation
Req Id : 71082
Opportunity Type : Staff
Relocation eligible : Yes
Full time/Part time : Full-Time
Project Only Hire : No
Visa Sponsorship Available: No
The Design-Build Engineering Manager will be responsible for forming, leading, mentoring, guiding, integrating, coordinating, and managing the entire engineering team performing design and construction-phase engineering services for Water and Wastewater treatment plant, pipeline, and infrastructure projects in the U.S. executed via design-build delivery.
For the first 18+ months, this professional will be dedicated the Memphis Sewer Assessment and Rehabilitation Program. It is preferred for this professional to be located in the Memphis project office for the duration of that project, but remote work form another B&V office, or the professional’s home office will be considered with 10-25% time travel to the project site.
The position is responsible for ensuring the engineering design that the team delivers meets project requirements, industry standard of care, and Company requirements and governance. These project teams typically include civil, civil-mechanical, structural, architectural, building-mechanical, process-mechanical, electrical, instrumentation & control, and process engineers; as well as, CAD, BIM, and Civil 3D technicians.
The Engineering Manager is responsible for the delivering the project to the established scope, schedule, and budget. The Engineering Manager is often responsible for developing the engineering scope, schedule, and budget. The Engineering Manager will work extensively with the project delivery and estimating teams to develop construction costs and schedule. The Engineering Manager is typically the client-facing representative for the engineering team.
Project involvement will often include developing designs and content for project pursuits; participating in bidding and estimating efforts; participating in proprietary meetings and selection interviews; planning, conceptual design, preliminary design, and detailed design; and engineering services during construction, commissioning, and operation. The Engineering Manager usually stays with a project from the proposal phase through commissioning. Most projects are large $50+ million-dollar facilities which can take from 4 to 5 years from proposal to commissioning. Typically, an Engineering Manager will be responsible directly for one, or more, project(s). The Engineering Manager will also get involved in various pursuits and issues on other projects throughout the year.
Black & Veatch performs as a matrix organization, where project teams may have engineers located in multiple offices across the globe. This will frequently involve coordinating the work of engineers who are located at the regional office servicing the project, or other offices outside of where the Design-Build Engineering Manager is located. Travel to attend meetings and site visits will be a required function of the position. \#LI-AT1
+ Develop scope, schedule, and budget for engineering designs of large and complex water and wastewater treatment facility projects.
+ Manage multi-discipline engineering teams to deliver the established scope, schedule, and budget.
+ Manage projects to meet the project scope, client requirements, and Company requirements/ governance.
+ Manage multi-discipline engineering teams in the successful delivery of complete engineering designs and construction phase engineering services on large and complex water and wastewater treatment facility projects.
+ Mentor, guide, and inspire junior engineers. Teach and advocate for how design-build projects are delivered, with a focus on developing designs that are efficient and constructible.
+ Perform design including development of layouts, submission of drawing markups, development of specifications, and other tasks when needed.
+ Help or lead in the development of engineering standards as required.
+ Coordinate design efforts between discipline engineers to ensure an integrated project design.
+ Read, interpret, and discern technical requirements and develop winning-strategy solutions from RFPs (Request for Proposal).
+ Develop technical solutions that maximize net project value and competitiveness. Teach and inspire junior engineers and project members to develop competitive technical solutions.
+ Strong written communication skills are required.
+ Strong verbal and in-person communication skills are required.
+ Strong self-driving work ethic is required.
+ Bachelor’s degree in civil, mechanical or chemical engineering from an accredited program.
+ 10 years related work experience.
+ Professional Engineering License (Civil, Mechanical, or Chemical) in a U.S. state.
+ Valid driver’s license in any U.S. state.
+ Design-build project design experience.
+ Industrial or water/wastewater treatment plant design experience.
+ Civil, Mechanical, or Chemical P.E.
Requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering from either a recognized accredited program in their home country or the country in which the professional is practicing. Minimum of 8 years related work experience. All applicants must be able to complete pre-employment onboarding requirements (if selected) which may include any/all of the following: criminal/civil background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search, in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations.
Most positions – depending on the nature of work performed as defined by the division – will typically require incumbents to have professional registration or licensure in their designated home office country, or be in active pursuit* of such registration
Work Environment/Physical Demands
Typical office environment, typical construction environment, extreme weather conditions, high noise level, safety hazards (electric currents, working on scaffolding and high places, exposure to chemicals), atmospheric conditions (fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, poor ventilation). Sitting, walking, talking, hearing, reading, writing, keyboarding, driving, filing, reaching, stooping, crouching, bending, standing for extended periods of time, lifting or carrying up to 40 pounds.
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