At Gray-Bowen-Scott our staff is our most valuable asset. Our work environment encourages creativity, promotes continual professional and personal growth, and fosters passion for solving transportation-related challenges. We value the unique backgrounds and experiences everyone brings, and want all who join us to realize their full potential. We are looking for dedicated individuals committed to improving the communities we live and work in.
"We are not a team because we work together. We are a team because we respect, trust, and care for each other."
– Vala Afshar, Chief Digital Evangelist, Salesforce
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Gray-Bowen-Scott is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.
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ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER/ENGINEER
Our Assistant Project Managers (APM) assist our Project Managers (PM) in delivering solutions to complex transportation projects. The APM will work closely with the assigned GBS PM and contribute to and support the planning and execution of projects. Responsibilities include developing project schedules and budgets, creating contract scope, monitoring project controls and project progress, leading the resolution of project issues, following up with clients and project stakeholders, scheduling meetings, and maintaining project documents and reports. The APM may take direct lead over various project aspects and will be the primary back-up for the PM. They will endeavor to understand the client and the critical aspects of the project and work diligently to help achieve successful project completion.
The successful candidate will have experience developing transportation projects, a solid understanding of Caltrans design practices and project delivery practices, or similar background and established relationships with local Bay Area transportation agencies. As GBS and the APM grow, there will be opportunities for the APM to become a Project Manager.
Education, Experience, and Skills
- Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related discipline
- Registered PE in the State of California (valuable, but not required)
- Familiarity with transportation engineering design and Caltrans project delivery procedures
- Five or more years of experience working on transportation projects
- Experience managing client contacts and relationships
- Knowledge of Bay Area transportation agency (e.g., MTC, CCTA, etc.) delivery practices and policy
- Experience making presentations
- Knowledge and experience with the full life cycle of projects from studies through construction
- Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization both in person and in writing