The Project Manager will be responsible for managing all aspects of assigned projects, including budgeting, staffing, scheduling, and client management. Also, supervises staff, including Senior Project Engineers/Planners, Project Engineers/Planners, Staff Engineers, and Technicians. The ideal full-time candidate would have the flexibility to work out of the Boston, MA, Taunton, MA, Westfield, MA or Lincoln, RI offices.
Manage multiple projects and provide technical quality control.
Prepare or direct preparation and modification of reports.
Supervise and monitor client relationship strategies, acting as the primary client contact on assigned projects and maintaining client satisfaction.
Develop new business opportunities through networking, client meetings and presentations.
Attend client meetings and presentations, as well as provide expert witness testimony at public hearings.
Supervise and monitor client relationship strategies.
Prepare proposals and budgets, as well as participate in business development.
Conduct regular project staff meetings
Direct and supervise activities of engineers/planners on staff and administer bi-annual/annual staff reviews.
Mentor Senior Project Engineers/Planners by providing opportunities for professional and business development.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Proficient knowledge of traffic analysis software, including HCS and Synchro.
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Experience working on private development traffic impact studies in New England
Comfortable working in a collaborative environment
Experience working on municipal and public sector transportation assignments
Strong technical expertise
Ability to define problems, identify and interpret data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT: