About the Company:

An Engineering Consulting firm in business for over 25 years and founded to provide environmental consulting, geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing & inspection services to the design and construction community. Now also providing consulting services and forensics/structural engineering assessment services, building envelope and roofing consulting services that include: building envelope condition assessments, design development review, failure analysis, as well as building envelope/roofing testing and inspection services during construction and/or rehabilitation. Currently employing 350+ personnel consisting of registered engineers, geologists, scientists, ICC inspectors, building officials, laboratory specialists, NICET-certified technicians, AWS-certified welding inspectors, and specialty consultants in over 15 office locations.

About the Position:

Hiring for an Operations Manager for the Building Envelope Department. The department consists of 12 engineers, architects, and technicians. The building envelope department performs and manages all work from the state of Georgia, as well other states in the Southeast. The group performs Building Envelope (roof, facade, window system, below ground waterproofing, etc.) design, plan and specification review, property condition assessments, forensic studies, and testing/inspection work for renovation and new construction projects. The operations manager is responsible for overall management of the group, including scheduling, employee utilization, planning, growth, profitability, cost control, employee development, quality control, and client relations.

Requirements:

Applicants must possess management and financial skills.

Applicants must have an undergraduate degree and 10+ years experience in the building envelope engineering and/or construction industry.

A proven ability to train, mentor, supervise, identify, hire, and terminate employees.

Professional registration in Georgia or the ability to secure such within 6 months is required.