Latitude, Inc. Civil Engineering Manager in Frederick, Maryland
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $90,000.00 - $105,000.00 per year
We are seeking a professional engineer with project management experience in site design, utility design, roadway design and grading, storm drainage, stormwater management and erosion/sediment control. We provide design support through the concept, design, construction, and post construction of phases in all projects.
Civil Engineering Manager Role & Responsibilities:
Serve as a senior project engineer on complex projects and as the designated client contact.
Maintain good relationships with client to assure future work.
Plan, design, and direct complex civil engineering projects.
Handle contract administration functions.
Review work-in-process to ensure accurate client billings and monitor outstanding accounts receivable and collection efforts.
Oversees all engineering operations including budgeting, scheduling, directing subordinates, prioritizing multiple projects and deadlines, and communication with management staff.
Attends staff meeting for coordination and scheduling of work with all departments.
Preparation of proposals on projects with subsequent project management responsibilities.
Understands projects scope of work and communicates this scope to support staff.
Monitors and maintains project budgets & productivity.
Demonstrates creativity, foresight, and mature engineering judgment in anticipating and solving problems.
Acknowledges and implements project appropriate suggestions from support staff.
Oversees the project specific preparation of improvement plans, specifications, supporting documents, and permit applications for subdivisions, commercial developments, multi-family developments and public works projects in both the public and private sector.
Oversees and designs grading, drainage, paving, sewer, water, street lighting, road alignment, geometrics, shed maps, and erosion control plans.
Works closely with CAD Designers, Engineers and Surveyors to obtain project information and ensure drawings are accurate and complete.
Understands project research and verifies utility connection information and determines if additional field information is required for design.
Coordinates with Surveying Department to obtain required information.
Identifies long lead items or project critical requirements (i.e., Right-of-Entry, off-site easements, sub consultant studies, and other agency permits).
Researches code issues and works with City, State and County officials.
Understands jurisdictional standards, policies, and local design procedural manuals and knows where to find them or how to get them.
Reviews drawings supplied by vendors, clients, engineers, and architects and recommends necessary changes.
Resolves a variety of complex problems (i.e., conflicting design requirements and difficult coordination requirements).
Reviews all work for completeness and accuracy before submitting to agencies.
Civil Engineering Manager Requirements & Qualifications
Bachelor?s degree in Civil Engineering.
Minimum of 2 years? project management experience.
Civil Engineering (PE) license in Washington State preferred.
Must have a good working knowledge of Pierce, King, Mason, and Kitsap counties, as well as the State of Washington?s design policies and procedures.
The ideal successful Civil Engineer Project Manager will be a decisive, positive, detail-oriented civil engineering professional who can work independently and communicate well with other project team members.
5-10 years of civil engineering land development experience pertaining to civil engineering design, land planning, entitlements, public agency interface, & public presentations for residential and commercial land development projects.
Familiarity with AutoCAD or Civil 3D a plus.