The ideal candidate will lead and manage the Flood Control Department for public works and private projects involving Technical Drainage Studies, Flood Control Master Planning, Flood Control Design, FEMA CLOMR and LOMR studies. Candidate will be responsible for project management, directing support staff, project budgets, coordination with other departments and proven ability working with local government agencies.
Preparation and management of Technical Drainage Studies and Flood Control Plans for submittal to government agencies
Supervision and mentoring of technical and support staff
Performs quality control and review of studies, plans and cost estimates
Maintains close communication with clients, agencies and internal staff and subconsultants
Prepares project proposals, budgets and schedules
Assists with client relations and client maintenance
Managing project budgets and schedules
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Nevada Professional Engineer or the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire date
Minimum of 5 to 8 years experience in similar position
Experience and working knowledge of hydrology and hydraulic software
Excellent technical writing and oral communication skills
Good working knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D
Prefer experience with Clark County, City of Henderson, City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, Boulder City and Clark County Regional Flood Control District and NDOT design requirements
About Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc.
Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc. (PDG) is a national engineering consulting firm with its western headquarters located in Las Vegas and with 9 other offices throughout the United States. Founded as a two-person engineering and surveying firm in 1968, PDG has expanded its services to meet the changing needs of its clients. Our success over the past years has been attributable to providing quality and innovative consulting services to the public and private works sectors in civil engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, drainage/flood control engineering, water/wastewater engineering, utility engineering, land development, master planning, survey, and construction management and administration.