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Industrial Project Manager

Job Order ID 2846
Province/State Texas
City Houston

Posted Date 4/19/2019

Brief Description

Our client is seeking a Project Manager with proven successful experience to lead and manage multiple small to large consulting, design and design build projets for multiple major upstream Oil & Gas clients in Texas and New Mexico.   This position if part of the Industrial Division which serves Oil & Gas, Chemical, Food & Beverage, Metals & Mining, Utility, Manufacturing and other commercial clients.   As a member of the team you will contribute by:


You will be managing  multiple planning, consulting, design and EPC projects in the upstream O&G water management area including sourcing, conveyance, storage and treatment, as well as restoration/remediation projects.  


Responsibilities include:


  • Performing technical problem solving
  • Leading and managing multi-discipline teams
  • Performing guidance and review at the project level while assuring discipline and quality standards are adhered to
  • Assisting proposal teams and developing project approaches that lead to project winds
  • Applying experience and innovation to solve problems of high complexity in the area of expertise
  • Effectively working with lead practitioners, quality managers and key technical specialists
  • Preparing and monitoring project budgets and schedules in conjunction with assisting in negotiation of contracts and amendments.
  • Identifying opportunities with existing clients, particularly by expanding service offerings

Requirement Note
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field
  • Minimum 10 years of experience since Bachelor's degree
  • P.E. in Texas or ability to obtain Texas P.E through reciprocity
  • Experience managing facilities infrastructure and/or environmental projects to upstream oil & gas clients
  • Prevous successful experience managing project scope, schedule and budgets
  • Proven experience managing preparation of engineering design packages for construction
  • Exemplary skills in communicating project findings to technical and nontechnical audiences
  • Project Manager certification - either PMP, CCM or DBIA


  • Ability to travel to projects sites in the U.S.
  • Texas regulatory experience and knowledge, including prior experience interacting successfully to TCEQ, BLM and TRRC

Contact Details:
Judy Cohen