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SWCA Environmental Consultants Disaster And Resilience Director in Broomfield, Colorado

Disaster and Resilience DirectorRequisition Number2020-11005# of Openings1Office LocationUS-CO-BroomfieldProgramBusiness DevelopmentHire TypeRegularHourly/SalarySalaryAbout the opportunityPlease include a Letter of Interest with your application.Strategic Concepts for the PositionSWCA is seeking a professional to grow our Disaster and Resilience (DR)service line. As the Disaster and Resilience Director (DRD), theposition will expand SWCA's current DRD services with a regional-focusedeffort through existing and new clients. Through their vision and working withSWCA's established Operations and Business Development leaders, the DRDwill advance the service line to meet identified state and local clientenvironmental planning needs (including resiliency, risk analysis,disaster recovery and restoration, etc.) that relate to events such asclimate change, floods, hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes, etc.What you will accomplishThe ideal candidate will be a trusted advisor in providing input and guidancefor SWCA, with the opportunity to provide a true value-add impact on theorganization's cultureServe as project principal, project manager, and SME, as needed, togrow the practice, meet service obligations, build corporatequalifications and mentor staffGrow a dedicated team that forms a practice organized to serve clients,capture opportunities, drive market penetration and technically deliver onobligationsDeliver projects within a management framework that enables the practice tothrive with respect to quality, safety, cost, administrative support andpolicy compliance Lead environmental compliance teams to successfully completelarge-scale and/or local-scale disaster recovery or resiliency efforts,from initiation to completionIdentify existing SWCA clients with the potential to implement DR services andwork with local SWCA office managers to market them effectivelyProvide a focused vision to SWCA partners and clients on designing andimplementing realistic DR projectsPre-position SWCA for Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding for newCommunity Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery or Mitigation Programs(CDBG-DR/MIT) projects across SWCA's office geographiesMeet client and market needs by working with SWCA leadership in acollaborative manner.Establish relationships within the architect-engineer and Engineering,Procurement and Construction communities serving DR clientsSpeak at industry events and maintain active memberships in key organizationsincluding committee chairs, local chapter involvements and publicationsubmissionsWork with SWCA's Senior Vice President (SVP) and Vice President (VP)of Business Development Resources and the Vice President of Marketing todevelop multi-media content, branding and attend key client or partnermeetingsThis position will report directly to the SVP or VP of Business DevelopmentResourcesExperience and qualifications for successMinimum of a Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree or higher preferredA minimum of ten (10) years of environmental services experience in thedisaster or resiliency marketsAvailability to travel throughout the U.S.Demonstrated understanding of Federal, State and/or Localfunding/contracting services, including Texas General Land Office(GLO) programs, funding for programs associated with the CaliforniaDisaster Assistance Act (CDAA) and other similar State or County-levelfunding resources across the U.S.Can demonstrate knowledge of resiliency program, FEMA and/or CDBG-DR/MITenvironmental practices and their underlying regulatory guidelinesSWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned environmental firmwith offices across the U.S. Our continually expanding team combinesscientific expertise with in-depth knowledge of permitting and complianceprotocols to achieve technically sound, cost-effective solutions for a fullspectrum of environmental projects. As one of the largest environmentalcompliance firms, SWCA ranks among Engineering News-Record's Top 200Environment