Wenck

Wenck is an employee-owned, consulting enterprise with 14 branch offices in five states strategically located around the country.  We are built upon the ESOP to serve the client with vertically integrated services. We are Wenck – growing together and understanding the power of we. We continually diversify, grow and integrate our portfolio of services, business, and locations to meet the ever – changing clients’ needs. We will be a responsive partner. Whether delivering a single niche service as part of a client’s project or delivering the complete major capital project through Integrated Project Delivery, we will be seen and branded for delivering exceptional outcomes.

Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Wenck Maple Plain, MN, USA
Aug 03, 2018
Full time
Wenck is seeking an Environmental Project Manager to join our expanding Minneapolis-West real-estate and remediation team. As a member of our team, you will manage a variety of environmental projects including due diligence, site investigation, monitoring, remediation, brownfield redevelopment, and limited compliance assessment projects. The Environmental Project Manager position will be responsible for handling projects related to State and Federal programs including Voluntary Brownfield Programs through the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). Due diligence, remediation, and redevelopment projects may also include risk assessments, limited compliance review, SWPPP, SPCC, asbestos and hazardous materials inspection and abatement. Responsibilities:  Plan, coordinate, manage, and implement environmental due diligence, remediation and redevelopment projects such as Phase I / II Environmental Site Assessments, Response Action Plans, and Brownfield Redevelopment and RAP Implementation; Provide management, training, and oversight of contractors and field staff; Project management of various projects including maintenance of project scope, schedule and budget and coordination of project teams and direct client communication; Preparation of proposals, technical correspondence, technical reports, work plans, and project specifications including cost estimates and budgets; Data compilation, QA/QC, interpretation, evaluation/comparison to environmental regulatory standards; Coordinate multiple projects and interface with clients, government agencies and other Wenck offices; Work as part of a project team and coordinate activities with vendors, clients and contractors; Willingness to travel up to 20% regionally, as required. Education and Experience Requirements: B.S. or M.S. degree in Engineering, Geology, Environmental Science or a related field of study required PE or PG license preferred 7 to 12 years of previous environmental project experience including the coordination and management of projects OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER certification Knowledge of asbestos and hazardous materials (MDH Inspector hard card preferred) Well versed with field sampling techniques, monitoring equipment, and laboratory methods, QA/QC Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to effectively communicate with other technical professionals, clients, and regulatory officials is a must. Proficient with technology, including Microsoft Office software Familiarity with EPA Region 5 rules and regulations. Strong problem solving abilities and aptitude. Ability to present technical information, both written and orally, in a concise and professional manner; must have strong technical writing skills. Key Attributes for Success: Strong commitment to personal growth and continued learning. Positive attitude and very strong interpersonal skills. Self-starter, flexible team player, willing/able to work on a wide variety of tasks. Possess superior organization skills, good logic, strong attention to detail, and analytical skills. Commitment to excellence, high quality work, and profitable execution. Possess an unquestionable commitment to safe work practices, personal safety, and coworkers’ safety at all times. Possess a passion for client engagement, superior service and continued business development. Possess broad understanding of engineering design, construction, industrial services, and spill response. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Wenck Maple Plain, MN, USA
Aug 03, 2018
Full time
We are looking for a Manager with a solid waste background to join our team. This position will lead our Resource Disposal and Recovery Services group. This manager will work closely with other group managers and our executive management team in continuing to innovate to serve our customers needs, grow our business both in depth of service and geographically, as well as ensuring we deliver on the objectives set forth in our Strategic Plan. In addition to directly serving the needs of our clients, this management position entails balancing workload and proper staffing, mentoring and development of staff, ensuring a  high level of client service that exceeds expectations, achieving project management objectives, and implementing and delivering business development goals. Specific duties and responsibilities include : Manage group staff performance and professional growth and development. Delegate the expectations and responsibilities as appropriate to meet the overall group objectives. Work closely with peers to keep workload balanced and implement cross-functional strategies to ensure the highest customer experience and value. Hiring and maintaining appropriate staff balance to ensure meeting financial goals. Develop team sales, revenue, and utilization goals and manage the resources within the Resource Group to meet set goals. Collaborate with technical staff, business development managers, and other subject matter experts to innovate and set business development and growth strategies and goals. Position the company for regional and national growth in our engineering market and additional Wenck services. Lead, coordinate and delegate proposal efforts, contract execution, administration and project management efforts (experience in Deltek CRM a plus). Execute public outreach, branding efforts, marketing and client communications. Develop and maintain an active client base. Manage multiple projects to include report preparation, developing plan sets, specifications, budgets, schedules. Collaborate with other internal groups and disciplines and sub-consultants. Review and manage professional engineering design and project oversight including Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Travel for multiple days on occasion for meetings and to support project teams in other offices and construction oversight.  Education and/or Work Experience Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical, Engineering, or other related science dicipline. Advanced degree preferred. Professional Engineer (PE) license or ability to obtain in 1 year (preferred but not required). Minimum of 15 years of progressive civil engineering design experience with an emphasis in solid waste, industrial by products, and environmental compliance. Proficiency in spoken and written English, with the ability to interact with project teams as well as clients, including representing clients during public meetings and events. Knowledge of applicable waste management legislation including environmental assessment requirements and the approvals application process Proven knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D (preferred), Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Possess a valid driver’s license. Entrepreneurial, self-motivated, hard-working, and enjoys learning. Demonstrated leadership and ability to manage teams. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com