Gordon Environmental/PSC is seeking an independent, progressive environmental professional with an outstanding business and technical presence to assist in growing, managing, and developing solid waste and environmental services in the New Mexico and the southwest. This position demands a skilled leader with a network of contacts and experience within the regional solid waste and environmental community.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Business Development Expectations
This individual will collaborate with senior staff and report to a senior practice leader in the Bernalillo office. He or she would support existing clients while helping to identify and develop new business opportunities in solid waste, civil and environmental services, including new clients and markets, as well as assist in developing effective proposals, presentations, and bids.
Project Management Expectations
This individual will provide leadership, direction and coordination for regional projects and clients and will interact with senior managers in developing planning initiatives. He or she would also nurture, train, supervise and evaluate junior staff and recruit additional staff depending upon growth of the market area.
Vision. Be able to foresee how the proposed designs will interact with other components of the larger system, including the workforce and equipment as well as the environment.
Collaboration. Be able to work with others toward a common goal. Must be able to work with other engineering disciplines and scientists who design other systems and with the technicians and mechanics who put the designs into practice.
Innovation. Must strive to solve several issues at once, from workforce safety to environmental protection. Must be able to identify and anticipate problems in order to prevent project losses, safeguard workforce health, and mitigate environmental damage.
Insight. You will often work with business experts such as lawyers and other professionals outside of your field. You will be required to read and comprehend documents with topics outside your scope of training.
Influence. Must be able to communicate clearly so that others without your specific training can understand your plans, proposals, specifications, findings, and other documents.