About the Company
This is an exciting time to join our team. We are growing, we are profitable, we are investing in our Company and we have big plans for the future! Alloy is comprised of engineers and scientists who tailor their expertise to meet the needs of all clients, large and small, including some of the largest mining and industrial customers in the country. Alloy is a full-service national abatement, demolition and engineering consulting powerhouse.
Alloy group is seeking a highly experienced, dynamic, self-motivated Senior Program Manager with civil design and construction project management experience. This individual will successfully drive our projects through all phases, from early planning, design, through construction. This position may be available for remote work, primarily in Colorado, dependent upon candidate need and qualifications, but will be based out of our Anaconda, Montana office. Opportunities will be available to work with other offices in the US west.
This Senior Program Manager will have technical expertise in environmental remediation system design, construction QA/QC, and large program management. Skills include the ability to manage large and complex projects and milestones within the schedule and budget and will primarily be responsible for defining scope and developing and managing performance against budget and schedule. The Senior Program Manager will be experienced in managing multiple subcontractors, all project technical initiatives and multidisciplinary staff to complete project requirements.
This is a regular, full-time, salaried position. Pay rate will be based on individual qualifications and experience. Alloy offers a team-oriented work environment, a competitive salary and competitive benefits package, including a lucrative 401(k) program. This opportunity facilitates becoming a key member of a dynamic team focused on values of open communication, trust, commitment, accountability, and achievement of results.
The Successful Candidate will accomplish the following:
- Lead, oversee, and execute the management of a complex project in Colorado, focused on remedial solutions and construction of innovative technical applications.
- Work closely with a project team to navigate through challenges and meet client needs
- Take initiative to resolve issues assuring client needs are met effectively, in balance with company goals, and Alloy employees
- Lead and advise the development of strategies and delivery
- Provide QA/QC of construction activities and lead teams in support of project and program objectives.
- Supervisor and mentor project technical staff
- Implement Alloy‘s exceptional safety procedures and standards of professional ethics
Experience and Qualifications Needed for Success:
- Minimum of bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering, construction management, civil engineering, or related field.
- A minimum of 10 years combined experience in project management, environmental consulting, design, or construction management
- Demonstrated experience working with multiple stakeholders, such as federal agencies and large commercial clients
- Experience supervising staff and project teams
- Experience in and ability to manage multiple complex projects and programs in diverse settings and with changing conditions and requirements
- Demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced work environment and desire to work in a highly collaborative team atmosphere
Preferred Experience and Qualifications:
- M.S. degree in environmental engineering, construction management, civil engineering, or related field.
- Professional Engineering License (P.E.) in Montana, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, and/or California
- AutoCAD, Civil3D proficiency, dedicated field construction management experience
Alloy provides an excellent work environment, strong and competitive benefits, outstanding safety culture, and a solid career path for the employee that excels.
Alloy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or disability status.