The Project Manager role at Pape-Dawson is one of the most rewarding and valued positions within the Company. These leaders provide oversight of projects while developing a team the Pape-Dawson way. Working with our clients from the very beginning while guiding a dynamic team of engineers and technical support professionals is key to complete each task with excellence. Their influence does not end there. Each Project Manager actively participates in professional associations (leadership roles) and community organizations to give back which is one of our core values.
What can you expect on a daily basis?
Perform watershed hydrologic analyses for planning, outfall master planning, flood control conveyance and detention facility design
Perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses using ArcGIS and other proprietary software for modeling
Prepare proposals, scopes of work and contract cost estimates as needed
Prepare LOMR and CLOMR FEMA applications
Prepare drainage report documents with tables and exhibits for submission to review agencies and address comment
Lead and mentor a dynamic group of technical professionals – engineers and technical support- to serve our clients well
Engage in the proposal and client agreement development and execution
Develop trusting professional relationships with clients, public agency officials and community leaders
Be respectful of client time-lines through effective coordination of project tasks, budgets and schedules
Champion the professional development of each member of a project team according to each member’s individual goals and career path
Participate in the development of company design and production standards to continue excellence within our technical expertise
Be open to new ways of accomplishing goals
Seek guidance from other leaders; be open to suggestions in various aspects of project management
Give back to our community by actively participating in professional associations and civic organizations
Providing leadership in these daily activities, among others, will continue the Pape-Dawson vision of becoming the most respected engineering firm in Texas.
Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from an ABET accredited college or university
7 years' experience managing a team and clients for the completion of hydrologic and hydraulic modeling projects
Professional Engineer (P.E.) license or ability to sit for P.E. in Texas within six (6) months
Proficient with HEC-RAS steady, unsteady state modeling and HEC-HMS
Proficient with ARC-MAP and Civil 3D
Microstation and Geopak experience a plus
SWMM modeling experience a plus
Experience with the FEMA, CLOMR/LOMR submittal
Experience with developing master drainage plans for land development projects
Experience with DOT drainage studies
Effective communication skills, both oral and written, with all level of employees within an organization
Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with clients, both public and private, as well as representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies
Demonstrated ability to work in a team as well as independently
Office hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday to be available to serve each other and our clients. You must be available to work within this time-frame. There are also times when it is important to work a little extra to get the job done so there may be times when working overtime is necessary
Must be dependable and reliable
Pape-Dawson Engineers is an AA/EEO employer.
Internal Number: 2019-1880
About Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc.
In 1965, Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. was established as a civil engineering firm with the goal of providing quality services with a high level of integrity. These core values continue today as we remain uncompromised in our dedication to maintain integrity and competence, develop solutions in the best interest of our clients and the public, support and develop our employees, and positively contribute to the community. Pape-Dawson provides professional civil engineering consulting services in the areas of land development, transportation, water resources, surveying, environmental, cultural resources, hydrology/hydraulics (H&H), and geographic information systems (GIS). With offices in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Fort Worth, and Dallas, we are able to effectively serve our clients throughout Texas.