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Water / Wastewater Engineer – Municipal Treatment Plant & Line Design
Atlanta, GA

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We are currently searching for a Civil Engineer – Sr. Water/Wastewater Project Manager for water infrastructure projects in Atlanta, Georgia.


Typical projects include project management and technical oversight for studies, design, and construction phase services for water/sewer distribution/collection system piping, pump stations, and treatment plant projects.

  • Serve as senior project manager for water/sewer distribution/collection system piping, pump stations, and treatment plant projects

  • Plan, execute, monitor, control and close projects using earned value management principles

  • Provide supervision of multi-discipline teams of engineers, engineering technicians, GIS analysts, designers, CAD staff, sub-consultants, etc. Coordinate assigned work to ensure continuity, consistency, and quality.

  • Ability to work independently and mentor junior staff

  • Maintain effective communication with client, client’s staff, regulatory agencies and within project teams

  • Participate in business development activities including engineering scope and fee preparation, proposal preparation, and marketing activities.  Also, interaction and a commitment to client service for both internal and external clients



  • 10+ years’ experience in water/wastewater engineering and project management

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering (or equivalent)

  • Georgia Professional Engineer (PE) license or the ability to become registered within 6 months

  • Demonstrated technical proficiency in hydraulics, water/wastewater treatment, industry standards, etc.

  • Ability to lead, motivate, and manage a project team and oversee excellent quality of work

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

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