Project Engineer

Job Description

Project Engineer needed to manage projects.

A qualified candidate must possess a bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a related field, have a professional engineering license in NJ and have a minimum of 5 years of experience managing projects in NJ. Experience in municipal, county and state approval processes on projects completed in NJ is required. A qualified candidate is also expected to need minimal supervision for the management and completion of a project from the proposal process through construction liaison services. Knowledge of the land use regulations applicable to projects in NJ is required, as are excellent communications skills and existing relationships with reviewing authorities and consultants.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

Company Description
Since 1997, Marathon Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc. has brought experience and expertise in civil engineering, environmental permitting, and environmental investigations to create cutting-edge solutions for land development and redevelopment in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and beyond. The staff of Marathon has created a niche in the development community because of our experience and expertise in the federal, state, and local regulatory process that is essential to every project.
For example, our Land Development Group has developed a specialized niche in navigating the complicated maze of environmental regulations for decades-long projects such as the Pureland Industrial Complex and LogistiCenter in Logan Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, and Master Planning and Development projects for Stockton University in Galloway Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey. Our Environmental Group also has highly developed expertise in wetlands consulting and land use permitting, as seen at major permitting efforts all over New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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