Civil Project Manager in Layton, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 9/26/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Layton, UT
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    9/26/2019
  • Job ID:
    19-01960

Job Description

Job Title: Civil Project Manager
Location: Layton, Utah
Duration: Contract-to-Direct, long-term
Pay rate: $35 - $45/hr DOE

Responsibilities:
The successful Civil Engineer will be working on projects and consulting on land development specifications for commercial and residential, roadways and subdivisions sites.
Will provide project management over internal staff and ongoing projects.

Required Skills:
BS or MS degree in Civil Engineering, , EIT or FE required
AutoCAD Civil 3D software
10+ years of experience with Land, Road and Subdivision Development, including project management.
Experience with hydrology, hydraulics, and water system design is a plus
Ability to work with cross functional teams and customers
Project coordination and management skills
Quality assurance and customer service skills
Excellent problem solving and critical thinking skills
Self-motivated and able to work independently and in a team
Good interpersonal skills, ability to adapt in a deadline driven environment


Be a part of the ConsultNet difference. As a leading national provider of Engineering and IT staffing and solutions, ConsultNet delivers exceptional services to startup, midmarket and Fortune 1000 companies across North America. Since 1996, we've partnered with clients to create rewarding opportunities for our consultants, successfully building teams that have surefire results.
In the past two years alone, we have placed more than 1,500 consultants in contract, contract-to-hire, or direct placement opportunities. We understand communication is key to finding the right job that matches your skills and career goals. For us, it's not just the work that we do; it's how we do the work. Our breadth of offerings extends to multiple IT positions in major markets throughout the country, see more at www.consultnet.com