The Design and Construction Engineer (Project Manager) is responsible for:
Managing capital improvement, operating budget and VDOT/locality projects assigned to the Design & Construction Division throughout HRSD including planning, design, construction, and start-up phases
Coordinating with local, state and federal jurisdictions and agencies
Managing and/or participating in the procurement of Professional Services, materials, and construction services to achieve project goals
Serving as a resource for the resolution of problems and technical evaluations related to operations, equipment, structures or other appropriate issues
Providing engineering support to all departments within HRSD
Managing design, preparation of contract documents, contract administration and field inspection as required
Conducting all work in a manner that reflects the Mission, Vision and Values of HRSD and the Engineering Department and the Design & Construction Division Mission Statements.
Minimum of four years’ experience in Design, Construction, and/or Project Management at a technical/professional level
Experience working in an inclusive team environment and using quality principles and participative management
Experience in Design, Construction and Project Management of utility infrastructure projects in the water or wastewater industry
Experience with HRSD facilities, departments and HRSD project delivery and procurement policies and procedures
Experience with public procurement of Professional Services firms, construction contractors and design-build teams
Working knowledge of electrical and instrumentation systems as applicable to instrumentation, treatment processes, and pumping systems
Experience with building code interpretation and enforcement for vertical construction
Innovative, dynamic and progressive are just a few words to describe Hampton Roads Sanitation District. If you’re seeking a great place to work, your search is over. Come grow with us! Our organization helps address some of the environmental issues facing our region. Some of these challenges include nutrient reduction, sanitary sewer overflow reduction and implementation of water reuse in Hampton Roads. Our core mission is to prevent pollution and protect public health. If you share this vision and want to make a difference, you should be working here.