Water Resources Project Manager

Job Summary

We are looking for someone passionate about growing our Water Resources Department. In this role you will identify and lead strategic pursuit opportunities, strengthen relationships with current clients, develop new clients, and manage water resource projects. You will be expected to perform team management and mentorship, business development, and client management activities while keeping projects performing on time and on budget.

Duties will include hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and modeling; developing conceptual-level alternatives and recommended improvements; conducting detailed stormwater collection systems modeling and design; collecting and presenting data and results in reports and memos; preparing design calculations and technical reports; assisting in water resources permitting efforts; and preparing engineering plans for construction. Additionally, you will perform QA/QC reviews on water resource related deliverables.

Projects include low impact designs, residential subdivisions, commercial sites, roadway drainage, master planning, urban storm water retrofits, storm water treatment, hydraulic analyses (pipes and open channel), and flood hazard mitigation. This position interacts closely with 3J’s civil engineering design teams working on multiple projects at one time.

Desired Qualifications

  • Registered Civil Engineer in the State of Oregon.
  • Bachelor’s degree in civil, water resources, or environmental engineering; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • 10+ years of experience with storm water management design, contracts, client management, and project management.
  • Experience and/or studies in hydrology, Low Impact Development (LID), water quality, stormwater treatment best management practices.
  • Proficient in XPSWMM/XPSTORM, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, and HEC-1
  • Clear understanding of design standards for various jurisdictions and agencies in the Portland metro area, including but not limited to Washington County, Clackamas County, PBOT, or ODOT.
  • Ability to identify and pursue business development opportunities.
  • Exceptional technical capabilities, organizational skills, and problem-solving ability.
  • Clear oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience in AutoCAD Civil 3D, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Project.
  • Ability to quickly learn new programs to perform other management tasks.
  • Desire to work hard and influence high quality designs.

Desired Experience, Skills, and Registrations

  • Certified Flood Plain Manager
  • Registered Civil Engineer in the State of Washington

How to apply

To be considered, please submit a detailed resume showing all employment and volunteer activities to careers@3j-consulting.com. Please list all registrations and accreditations, as well as a list of projects in which you have been involved. Please list at least 5 recent or significant projects and include your specific involvement in each, as well as a short narrative about the project.

Submissions without the requested information will not be considered. All submissions will be strictly confidential.

We strive to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and celebrate the value of having a diverse voice for our team, projects, and clients. At this time, we are only able to consider candidates who are able to work in the United States.