Serve as Project Manager—Civil Engineering for a variety of complex engineering projects, including but not limited to the following type of projects: site development, transportation, water supply, wastewater, utility infrastructure, stormwater management and sustainable design. Responsible for supervising and performing civil engineering duties in planning, design, construction, maintenance and/or operation of project work. Perform research, site visits, data collection, report writing, interaction with clients and technical experts, and community involvement.
Direct and oversee one to several complex civil engineering projects operating simultaneously.
Interprets, organizes, executes and coordinates assignments.
Work independently on planning, design and/or research on civil engineering projects that involve anticipating and solving unprecedented problems.
Supervise teams and ensures accurate completion of projects on time and within budget.
Conduct field investigations and site visits for observation of construction.
Technical writing, analysis and interpretation of engineering reports and calculations.
Analyze survey reports, maps, drawings, construction plans, aerial photography, and other topographical or geological data.
Prepare and supervise work plans, fee proposals, and schedules.
Prepare and supervise construction plans, specifications, cost estimates, contract documents and technical reports.
Lead project team meetings
Represent company in meetings with clients, consultants, government officials and community members.
Provide technical advice regarding planning, design, construction and maintenance to in-house team members, clients, officials, contractors and others.
Prepare and present public reports such as but not limited to bid proposals, Engineering Reports environmental impact statements, or property and right-of-way descriptions.
Keeps informed of new developments and requirements of the profession and recommends changes in programs or operations.
Assists with preparation of responses to Request for Proposals (RFP) and Request for Qualifications (RFQ).
Assists with preparation and negotiation of fee proposals and contracts.
Participation in professional organizations such as ASCE, ACECH, HSPE, AWWA, SAME
Other duties as assigned.
To perform successfully in this position, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties above in a satisfactory manner. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Qualified candidate must have a BA/BS in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university.
A minimum of 10 years experience in the field of civil engineering with a minimum of 3 years supervising engineering teams on projects.
Ideal candidate will have current registration in the State of Hawaii for civil engineering or ability to obtain license.
Demonstrated knowledge of City, County, State of Hawaii and Federal design standards and regulations
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to present project materials and information clearly and concisely.
Excellent organizational skills.
Advanced, thorough and broad knowledge of current principles and practices of engineering and demonstrated ability to analyze, interpret and make decisions based on this knowledge or changing practices in the field.
Proficiency in computer-aided design and software including AutoCad, Land Desktop/Civil3D, MS Office including MS Project
Understand, analyze and process complex technical information and materials.
Conduct direct source research techniques, including technical reference documents, government regulations and maps.
Coordinate effectively with government representatives, project consultants and client representatives.
Demonstrate and use of sound discretion, initiative and independent judgment.
Proven ability to work with little to no supervision.
Founded in 1971, Group 70 International, Inc, is an award-winning multi-disciplinary design firm of architects, engineers, planners, interior designers, cultural practitioners and technical professionals. We endeavor to understand every project's unique vision and goals, its present and future value to the community and stakeholders, and its unique ecological and cultural context. This is founda...tional to all our work.
We believe every project must capture, respect and preserve the cultural heritage and unique qualities of the community to which it belongs in order to be successful built environments. Our projects are created within a cultural context through an integrated design process which recognizes that successful projects are created through consideration of multiple perspectives, collaboration, and consensus-building. We facilitate our clients' visions and dreams with experts across multiple disciplines who add exceptional value to each project while preserving the lifestyle of the surrounding community.
Group 70 Civil Engineering services go beyond the range of the typical civil engineering consulting firm because of unique inter-disciplinary synergies. Our capabilities are broadened significantly with the overlapping of expertise and services at Group 70, like planning and environmental services, land-use permitting, architecture, sustainable development, GIS and geospatial services, and asset management.
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