McCormick Taylor is seeking a Site Civil Professional Engineer (PE) or Engineer in Training (EIT) to join our Energy/Utilities group. The successful candidate will perform the role of a Project Manager. We are seeking an individual who can lead a small team to handle multiple projects, meet deadlines and work well in a hybrid office environment. Strong written, interpersonal, and oral communication skills, attention to detail and ability to organize is required. Previous experience collaborating with team members virtually is preferred. Note that this position is primarily remote, but the candidate will be expected to report to McCormick Taylor’s office on an occasional basis in one of the following locations: Baltimore, MD; Newark, DE; Philadelphia, PA; Salisbury, MD; Mount Laurel, NJ.
The candidate will be responsible for leading civil design and permitting efforts for energy projects within the Mid-Atlantic region including the design of erosion and sediment control, grading, stormwater management drainage, and associated civil elements. Experience in Site Design, Water Resources, Erosion & Sediment Control, etc., is preferred. Previous experience with Electric/Gas Utilities and permitting experience is a plus. Experience providing oversight of construction projects is not required but preferred.
Enthusiastic and dependable leader with a passion for growth
Attends project meetings and supports presentations on specific projects/concepts
With supervision, reviews and approves scopes, budgets, and schedules for assignments
Responsible for technical accuracy and QA/QC of work
Manages moderate to small projects and/or larger tasks of a project
Manages and mentors a small number of staff (1 - 3)
Developing experience in project management
Assists in preparing proposals to provide professional services or obtain funding for assignments
Working towards being able to receive general direction on key objectives and is capable of scoping, costing completing projects
Developing knowledge in contract management, invoicing, status reports, accounts receivable, and related accounting needs Leads civil design efforts for various electrical substation, distribution, and transmission projects
Leads the design of Erosion and Sediment Control Plans for linear utility and transportation projects.
Leads the design of Site Plans to include Grading, Storm Water Management features, and Access Roads.
Perform site development design plan review, including constructability, drainage, grading and utility coordination.
Utilize CADD (Bentley Microstation), ArcGIS, and Microsoft Office for project data collection, analysis, and reporting.
B.S. of Civil or Environmental Engineering
8 - 15 years of experience preferred.
Technical and field experience preferred in civil infrastructure preferred (utility, transmission, substation, transit, roadway, bridge)
Knowledge of local environmental regulations is preferred (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey)
Technical writing skills preferred
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to adapt communication style to suit various audiences
Strong interest and ability to mentor and teach others about their respective discipline
Ability to understand, interpret, and develop site plans and permits
Detail oriented with the ability to handle multiple concurrent assignments
We value your interest in our organization! At McCormick Taylor, our people are our greatest asset. If you join us, we hope for the opportunity to grow and succeed together. We offer an unparalleled, comprehensive benefits package—including no-deductible medical plans, free vision and dental plans, programs to enhance work-life balance, and flexible and hybrid work schedules.
McCormick Taylor is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strongly supports and celebrates the unique backgrounds of all of our employees and our applicants. Our commitment to inclusion spans age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, and physical and mental ability. Our focus is on building a culture that promotes, supports, and values the diverse backgrounds and voices of our employees so that everyone feels welcome and can succeed. We strive to build a diverse workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.
McCormick Taylor is a full-service civil engineering firm providing creative design, planning, and environmental solutions to the challenges of everyday life. Since 1946, we’ve focused on our relationships with people—our clients, our employees, and the communities we serve.