American Structurepoint

Team Leader

US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
2014-1035
Category/Group
Utility Infrastructure Group
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

We are looking for a team leader and hands on manager to direct, market and win utility infrastructure work in the midwest market. This person will have an entrepreneurial spirit and will be responsible for managing a variety of projects, mentoring and developing staff, and developing business.

 

Responsibilities

This Team Leader will be expected to manage profits, delegate tasks effectively, mentor staff, lead quality control efforts, help recruit and maintain a positive and motivated work environment.  In this position you will also be responsible for driving client satisfaction, participating in proposals and presentations, and providing technical experience while working in conjunction with our business development staff. Previous experience managing the design of wastewater treatment plants, water treatment plants, water distribution systems, sanitary sewer collections systems and lift stations is preferred. In partnership with the division VP, this leader will be responsible for helping to define a business plan to execute work, along with a plan on how to grow and develop new business.

Qualifications

Position Requirements

-Registered engineer with 10 or more years diversified Utility Infrastructure experience

-Extensive client contacts and relationships with local municipalities

-Experience with proposals and presentation to win work.

-Ability to effectively communicate positively at all levels of the organization.

-Ability to effectively lead a staff and mentor others

-Demonstrated ability to manage projects profitably.

 

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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