Kimley-Horn Senior Project Manager - Stormwater - (Charleston, SC) in Charleston, South Carolina
Ranked as one of Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For,” Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. prides itself on hiring high-achieving, dedicated, and reliable professionals. Kimley-Horn is in search of a Stormwater Practice Builder to grow a stormwater practice in our Charleston, SC office. The successful candidate will have an entrepreneurial spirit, create a vision for growth for their practice and will contribute to the overall growth of the South Carolina team. Responsibilities include leading the business development efforts while leading tasks utilizing AutoCAD, GIS, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stormwater planning, storm drain and BMP design. They will also have a passion for resiliency and sustainable infrastructure engineering.
Additional responsibilities will include: Develop and implement strategic marketing plans for growth of personal practice; Support the marketing efforts of internal partners; Work directly with clients; Manage project financials and production teams; Mentor project managers and young professionals; Provide design, project management and task management leadership to the team.
The successful candidate will be given a great deal of autonomy to lead, direct, and grow their business. Accounting, administrative, marketing, recruiting, IT and production support will be provided. With success, this individual will enjoy the rewards of a performance-based work environment that can advance to ownership.
Demonstrated experience in building and leading a stormwater consulting practice in the Charleston metro area and South Carolina.
Candidates should have hands on experience in business development, project management and staff mentoring and training.
Professional engineer registration in South Carolina or other relevant licensure or certification.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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