Water Resources Project Manager

Burnsville, Minnesota

What we’re looking for in talent and experience.

The Water Resources Project Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing various water resources projects, including watershed management, flood control, stormwater management, and environmental conservation. This role requires strong project management skills, technical expertise, and the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams, as well as maintaining and growing relationships with clients to supplement the company’s business development activities.

  • Managing project schedules, budgets, and resources
  • Project planning
  • Team management
  • Risk management
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Data analysis
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Project oversight
  • Quality control
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Documentation and reporting
What we offer.
How we like to work.

Our Benefits

It’s no secret. The better you treat your talent, the happier they are. That’s why we’ve been especially thoughtful about what we provide our employees. Yes, we want you to create the best work of your career with us, but as importantly, we want you to be happy doing it.


We work hard. We play hard. We take our vacations seriously. Every situation and employee is different, but we put an emphasis on taking needed breaks.


We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. We want to work with the best. Our compensation and benefits packages reflect it.


Some days it can feel like it, but work isn’t everything. We believe in a work-life balance. This means we’re open to discussing a flexible work plan for you.


We’re located right off I-35W and Highway 13 in Burnsville, which means a short driving time from most Twin Cities suburbs.

What we’re looking for in you.

  • Strong technical skills and knowledge of the industry
  • Project management of State and Local Government projects
  • Proven leadership and effective communication
  • Problem-solving ability
  • A work hard, play hard, innovative attitude
  • A desire to grow with the company
  • Strong knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, and stormwater management
  • A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering (or related field) with Professional Engineer licensure (PE) in Minnesota

Stuff we’re stopping short of assuming.

If you’ve gotten this far, we know these are things you have, and you probably have them in spades. But just in case:

  • Knowledge of CADD software, preferably MicroStation
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills
  • Experience supervising staff

In addition to submitting your resume and cover letter, please also click the link below to download and submit our optional applicant EEO survey.
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