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Mott MacDonald is seeking an environmental manager to support a major transport and tunnel design-build proposal and project in south-east Virginia. The role will primarily be responsible for proactively managing environmental permitting and compliance. This will be to ensure that construction of a major project goes ahead with the appropriate level of due diligence; taking into consideration regulations of appropriate agencies. This is a unique opportunity to join a major proposal and contribute to Mott MacDonald’s success.
Additional responsibilities will include:
- Reviewing designs to suggest modifications, as appropriate, and to work collaboratively based on conditions and construction activities.
- Opportunity to expand and develop the strategic, environmental element of transportation projects.
- General environmental compliance
- Working with appropriate authorities (federal, state and local)
Our global team offers unrivaled experience in natural resource development, infrastructure, and the built environment. We help our clients throughout the project cycle, from planning through design, permitting, operation and management. Our environmental staff has worked with our own, our clients', and other consultants’ planning and design teams for major projects. such as Crossrail and the A3 Hindhead Tunnel in the UK, the Ngong Ping 360 cable car project in Hong Kong, and a regional power transmission line in Mozambique.
We invite applications from candidates with:
- Experience in environmental permitting on large public works projects
- Experience with federal, state and local regulations; with a preference of Virginia permitting requirements
- Exposure to marine projects is preferred
- A bachelor’s degree in a relatable major
- Experience in erosion, sediment control, protection of endangered species and marine resources
- 5+ years’ relatable experience in environmental permits, planning, etc.