Environmental Compliance Project Manager
Advanced Environmental Management Group (AEM Group), a multimedia environmental services company, is seeking a motivated environmental Project Manager to continue to grow our environmental compliance business area. The position will include a wide variety of businesses sectors, including manufacturing, power transmission, water projects, land development, transportation, state, local government, and federal programs. This is a regular, salaried position with an experienced consulting team in the fields of environmental permitting (air, water, waste), environmental compliance audits/assessments, hazardous materials/waste management, health and safety assessments, and environmental site assessment.
As a Project Manager you will work closely with clients to successfully design and oversee projects to completion. You will write and review environmental documents prepared by yourself and other environmental specialists. Manage project requirements related to RCRA, CERCLA, National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Air Act, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and other local, state and federal planning/permitting regulations. Provide advice and guidance on complex federal, state and local regulatory issues. Prepare budgets and proposals, conduct business development and client outreach. Ensure that project quality, scheduling, and budget objectives are met. Attend and/or present at local, regional and national conferences and forums. Take the initiative, resolve problems, and identify improved procedures to assure client needs are met.
Ability to grow into increased management and leadership responsibilities. Experience and minimum qualifications include: Bachelors degree in environmental engineering, environmental science, or a related scientific field. Ability to demonstrate at least five (5) years of applicable experience managing projects, preparing budgets and/or writing proposals. Strong and clear technical writing, with preference given for those with ESA, CAA, RCRA, CERCLA, CWA or NEPA- compliant document histories. Working knowledge of environmental state and federal environmental laws and regulations. Strong analytical skills with the ability to take a logical approach to tasks. Robust organizational, analytical, and document management skills with the ability to work on more than one project at a time, often meeting tight deadlines.