Senior Geotechnical Engineer - Project Manager

Location: Toronto

     
Work experience 10-15 years
Expected Earnings Salary $100,000+ (negotiable)
Job Description Our client, a Geotechnical engineering consulting firm in Greater Toronto has an immediate opening for a Senior Geotechnical Engineer with experience in the Canadian market.

This is a Senior Management role with an excellent compensation package for the right individual. Intermediate candidates; please apply as the role can be augmented for an individual with advanced technical abilities and sound consulting skills.

The successful candidate will possess the Project Management skills to head-up projects from an executive level, inclusive of managing and mentoring staff, displaying well rounded technical abilities, and developing clientele through repeat business and project expansion.

Overview

Project focus is primarily heavy foundations, but may extend to civic infrastructure, tunneling, paving and various transportation sector developments inclusive of bridge foundation design, slope stability, among various other focuses. The Senior Project Manager will possess excellent technical ability and be capable at the level of design analysis.
The successful candidate will have confidence in the management of tender and negotiations with clientele throughout the cycle of a project.

The Senior Geotechnical Engineer will have the ability to work independently as necessary, but can easily move into a leadership role, managing various projects, schedules, workloads and providing mentor-ship to team members where essential.
Required Skills & Experience *Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with 10 - 15 years of Geotechnical engineering experience (a more junior individual may be considered if technical and consulting abilities are exceptional)

*Canadian P.Eng. registration with eligibility for registration in Ontario

*Proficient at planning, costing, managing and processing geotechnical investigation programs

*Concise communication skills as a team member, inclusive of good listening and information registering abilities to facilitate the client-consultant relationship

*Proven capabilities in planning and supervising and in writing reports and technical communications

*Technical design experience and expertise in reinforced concrete, structural steel, piled/other foundations and earthworks.

*Competency in seismic design and analysis.

*Familiarity of engineering practices in the Ontario market

*Strong and confident technical knowledge of geotechnical engineering

*Good character, strong people skills, a positive attitude and the ability to work well with others and mentor team members

*Ability to develop and retain clientele

*Consulting skills; managing a team, balancing timelines, and being the central person available to the needs of the client

*Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office suite

*Ability of engineering marketing, preparation of proposals, and technical direction are considered assets