Project Manager, Industrial Waste Projects Engineer
We are looking for a Project Manager, Industrial Waste Projects Engineer, with experience in wastewater or industrial waste processing, to support a growing portfolio of sustainable infrastructure waste-to-value projects with focus on project expansions and retrofitting. Reporting to the Director of Asset Management – Waste to Value, you will be a critical member of our team and your work will be imperative to managing successful growth of the business.
You are a process- and results-oriented person, passionate about the type of work Generate is doing, and looking to apply your experience to help scale a growing business and drive critical internal process efficiencies.
If you have the below experience and capabilities, we’d love to hear from you:
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- Undergraduate degree in mechanical, chemical, electrical, industrial engineering or other related technical discipline.
- 7+ years of relevant professional experience with focus on project management.
- Experience in wastewater or industrial waste process engineering, field operations, process design, materials handling & management, manufacturing/controls engineering.
- Excellent organizational and self-management capability.
- Proficient at understanding equipment life cycle documentation.
- Experience in evaluating integrated plant systems involving automated mechanical, electrical, biological, chemical systems.
- Basic knowledge of project accounting, familiar with utilization of accounting systems or purchase order systems
- Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including empathy, intuition, and listening
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a cross functional team
- Ability to rapidly learn new concepts with minimal formal instruction
- High level of self-awareness and humility, with excitement about confronting uncomfortable situations or new challenges
- Intellectual agility and curiosity, superb analytical skills; problem-solving is your default mode
- Entrepreneurial spirit: flexibility, comfort with risk and the unknown, recognition that we are never going to be perfect and that “perfect can be the enemy of the good”