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Environmental Transmission Line Permitting Manager

Employer: CH2M HILL
Posted: June 12, 2014
Expires: August 1, 2014
Requisition number: 54503

Science jobs from CH2M HILL:
The challenge? Provide electric transmission line environmental permitting expertise for our rapidly growing siting, licensing and permitting practice. Our Electric Transmission Line Permitting Project Manager careers provide you with the opportunity to work on projects with our nationally-coordinated team, with particular emphasis on projects in the northeast, midwest, and Texas geographies. Each day, as a Project Manager , you will be the face of CH2M HILL with the responsibility for developing project work and leading project teams in all phases of the execution and delivery of transmission line projects . You should be a self-motivated professional with 10 years of successful experience, have a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, or Planning, and have a desire to grow personally as well as professionally with each project delivered on behalf of our clients.

Our Electric Transmission Line Project Managers:

Are self-motivated to make contacts with prospective clients and helping them develop growth strategies, and involved in working directly with clients to understand and meet their expectations, and leverage work to develop further or follow-on business opportunities for the firm Lead project teams in all phases of the execution and delivery of small to medium-sized transmission line projects, as well as assisting Senior Project Managers with large-scale transmission line projects

Demonstrate experience and a working knowledge of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and/or state permitting requirements and deliverables as related to transmission line projects

Have specific duties which include planning, staffing, scheduling, budget management, quality control, safety, and coordination of subcontractors and internal technical and support staff

Serve as a technical resource as well as directly contribute to the technical delivery of the project deliverables

Have direct experience in the siting and licensing process for transmission line projects and prior experience in managing related tasks or projects

Demonstrate technical competence and project experience in natural, cultural or socioeconomic resource fields applicable to transmission siting and licensing or environmental permitting projects

Basic Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Environmental Planning, Science, or Engineering

10 years of experience in the energy-related siting and licensing field in the United States, including prior experience in managing tasks or projects for electric transmission line permitting

Demonstrated project management skills and technical background and ability for transmission line permitting projects

Understanding of, and experience with, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and/or state / local permitting requirements for transmission lines

Client development skills and strong written/verbal communications are essential for this position

Ability to integrate commercial, technical and execution aspects of project delivery into a full package for client satisfaction and CH2M HILL success Preferred Qualifications:

Master's degree in Environmental Planning, Science, or Engineering

15 years experience in the energy-related siting and licensing field and including prior experience in managing tasks or projects for transmission line projects

Proven team leadership and management skills; along with the ability to serve as the primary client contact on assigned projects

Experience managing the overall delivery of projects including; project planning and controls, financial management, change management, risk management, and contract/subcontract management

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