Federal Dept. of Interior-Project Manager
Denver, CO, USA | N/A

Management Consulting

Position Type:

Project Management

10-12 years
12-15 years
Job Description:
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Atkins seeks an energetic and highly motivated self-starter to join our Federal Department of Interior Group as a Project Manager.
This person can sit in our Calverton, MD, Alexandria, VA, Denver, CO or Seattle, WA Offices.

Major Function/Role:

Under general direction, manages complex and unconventional technology or delivery systems for a single significant project within a defined technical

Projects typically involve high levels of regulatory agency involvement or very complex technical requirements.

Typical projects might include construction management engagements, significant design-build or design-build-operate-maintain undertakings, major
and unique structures, major wastewater treatment facilities, etc.

Provides leadership, direction, and technical guidance to senior project managers and project managers within assigned area of responsibility to ensure
that quality management and technical services are provided to clients and that operating performance targets are met.

Mentors senior project managers and project managers associated with sophisticated and unconventional projects.

Projects of this magnitude generally involve net revenues totaling between $2.5 million to $5 million annually and require specialized expertise.

Job Duties:

Management assignments typically involve large, multi-discipline assignments, including unconventional or complex projects made up of 1 or 2 highly
sophisticated and specialized technical components generating annual net revenue between $2.5 million to $5 million annually.

Education and Experience:

Bachelor's degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Water Resources, Planning, Environmental degrees, Economics, etc. preferred.

Graduate degree preferred.

Management coursework and/or MBA a plus.

This level may be achieved by technical professionals or managers with twelve years of experience since B.S. or eleven years since M.S., with at least
three of these years in the Senior Project Manager position with highly complex project management responsibility.

Special Skills:

Excellent technical and interpersonal skills, public speaking and persuasive ability; very strong financial management, team management, and leadership
skills; ability to manage and coordinate efforts of various projects to produce budgeted profits and overall results.

Possesses specific expertise to the extent that the individual is regarded as a regional or potentially national expert in a specific discipline, contract
delivery method, particular type of project, planning process, design method, or modeling technique. Personal computer proficiency is required.

Interested in candidates that have solid relationships within a single DOI agency or multiple (HQ level or regional)

Someone that has been exposed to both policy and projects

Professional Registrations:

Professional registration in field of practice is required, if available, e.g., P.E., A.I.C.P., R.A., or R.L.A. Certification as a “Project Management
Professional” (PMP) or “Certified Construction Manager” (CCM) required within one year of assuming this position.

Additional Requirements:

12 years experience supporting National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife, US Forest Service and/or Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of
Reclamation is required.

Project/program experience with DOI or one of their sub agencies including:


Experience in managing/dealing with clients

Experience handling projects over $1M
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