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Apex Companies, LLC Senior Project Engineer - Water - Woburn, MA in Water - Woburn, Massachusetts

Senior Project Engineer Water - Quincy, MA or Woburn, MA Take your career to new heights by joining Environmental Partners (EP), an Apex Company. We pride ourselves on being a highly respected and award-winning firm, providing ample career development opportunities, training, and mentoring to our team members. Our dynamic and challenging workplace offers a variety of exciting projects in Civil, Environmental, and Transportation fields. Named a Hot Firm by the Zweig Group in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021, you can trust our commitment to excellence. At EP, we value inclusivity and diversity and are an equal-opportunity employer dedicated to creating a welcoming work environment for all. General Description A Senior Project Engineer is responsible for the technical supervision of more complex projects so that the work performed conforms to the contractual scope of work, budget, and schedule. The Senior Project Engineer is also responsible for maintaining positive relationships with clients and participating in developing the technical approach for proposals. Acts as a positive role model and mentor for junior staff. As a prerequisite, meets all criteria of a Project Engineer. Job Responsibilities A Senior Project Engineer assists the Project Manager in the planning, coordination, and execution of both large and small projects. Proven writing skills as required to prepare technical memoranda, reports, proposals, and contracts and subcontract scopes of work. Works effectively and efficiently within prescribed budgets, and monitors performance on a weekly basis. Develops and negotiates scopes, fees, and schedules with sub-consultants under the guidance of the Project Manager. Responsible for developing technical solutions to more complex projects by applying engineering knowledge and skills to produce quality work. Assists in the development and execution of all aspects of the project scope of work. Assists the Project Manager in complying with assigned project schedules and budget on more complex projects by actively reporting on project progress and identifying additional work outside the contractual scope. Works closely with Project Managers to gain project management experience. Responsible for financial performance on tasks or projects under their control. Serves as the Technical Lead in respective discipline for more complex projects, being responsible for the technical coordination among other design disciplines and subcontractors or subconsultants. Supervises and trains less experienced staff by proving daily guidance and checking their work and progress. Provides input for completion of annual reviews. Develops technical approach, schedules, and fee estimates for proposals on large-scale or more complex projects to produce an effective and quality proposal. Maintains quality control within the discipline by reviewing designs, checking calculations, assumptions, and the basis of design on more complex projects. Assists in the coordination and attends client meetings, including public hearings. Prepares and performs oral presentations for clients regarding project deliverables. Assists Project Manager by leading construction administration tasks such as construction progress meetings; submittal reviews; preparation of meeting agendas and minutes; review of daily and weekly construction reports; preparation of payment applications, RFIs, and change orders; coordination with Resident Project Representatives; completing project closeout; and tracking construction schedules. Provides updates to the Project Manager. Demonstrates awareness of corporate priorities regarding quality of work, client satisfaction, and project profitability. Understands and is aware of contract terms and conditions, professional liability matters, and advises the Project Manager of any concerns. Participates in approved external associations and professional conferences and presents or authors technical papers. Identifies areas of potential claims, by preparing documentation and reporting to Project Manager. May manage a direct report, including responsibility for workload management, time and expense approval and career path development. Education and Experience Bachelor's of Science Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering field and 6 years of experience of increasing responsibility is required, or a Masters Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering field with 5 years of experience. Registrations Registered Professional Engineer, or working towards licensure within one year, in a State(s) where EP does work or ability to obtain same by reciprocity. Professional Licensure may not be required with additional years of experience upon recommendation by the manager and review by Senior Leadership. Interpersonal Skills Ability to supervise and train less experienced staff; coordinate efforts of other disciplines and outside consultants; interact effectively with clients; demonstrates effective leadership skills and is a positive role model for junior staff. A drivers license is required.