American Structurepoint

Project Manager - Structural

Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
2023-1814
Category/Group
Structural Group
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

When you join American Structurepoint, you gain more than a career. You become part of a family of talented, passionate, good-hearted people who take pride in going the extra mile for our clients. At American Structurepoint, we are known for making the impossible happen for clients across the world who want help building and bettering their communities. We live by our values- excellence, respect, integrity innovation, and social responsibility. We encourage our experts to try new things and explore new ideas that turn our client's dreams into reality, even if those ideas are unconventional. We invest in our people by offering excellent benefits and training, development, and mentorship opportunities that lead to a rewarding career path. If you are ready for more than a career, we invite you to explore opportunities to join our team and help us improve the quality of life for the communities we serve.

 

Group: Structural

Position: Project Manager

Location: Indianapolis, IN

 

We offer the opportunity to work in a team-oriented, multi-discipline environment to produce exciting, diverse projects using state-of-the-art software. Our Project Managers oversee all aspects of our structural design projects and are responsible for their successful execution and delivery.  They are expected to have sufficient project experience, technical expertise and communications skills to represent American Structurepoint in a positive and effective manner with clients, governmental agencies and the general public.  They are expected to set an example for production staff by properly complying with all company and group policies and procedures.  Project Managers work under the direction and mentoring of Structural Project Directors and the Group Leader.

Responsibilities

  • Directing the work/mentoring production staff for maximum productivity & profitability
  • Meeting with existing and prospective clients to coordinate new project opportunities
  • Creating and nurturing client relationships focused on developing profitable repeat work
  • Developing fee proposals, including preparation of scopes of work, determination of structural fees, coordination of marketing/resume materials and coordination of contracts
  • Developing project plans and budgets including all staffing and resource needs
  • Planning and conducting internal and external project meetings
  • Taking full ownership of, and managing all aspects of, projects from conception to completion
  • Preparing preliminary designs and selecting appropriate structural systems
  • Troubleshooting analysis problems
  • Monitoring projects to confirm milestones, deadlines, and profitability targets are met
  • Monitoring scope creep to determine if additional services are warranted
  • Controlling revenue recognition and billing in accounting software for assigned projects
  • Performing quality control and constructability reviews
  • Completing project closeout requirements (financial, archiving, marketing, lessons learned, etc.)
  • Monitoring staffing/resource needs and reporting up to Group Leader
  • Collaborating with other Project Managers to manage workload distribution and project resources to ensure appropriate staffing of projects
  • Recruiting and interviewing job candidates
  • Providing regular performance feedback and coordinating and administering annual performance reviews of Staff engineers and Project engineers
  • Promoting ASI services and reputation in local markets by participating in appropriate industry, professional, and community organizations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or above in Civil Engineering (structural emphasis preferred)
  • Passed either the NCEES Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam or the NCEES Structural Engineering (SE) exam (SE preferred)
  • Possess engineering licensure in at least one state with ability to get reciprocity in Indiana within 6 months
  • Minimum of 7 years of relative experience (Up to 1 year of an advanced degree can be considered part of the relative experience)

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