Do you like to solve problems in an engaging, collaborative, team environment?  Are you excited about discovery, technical innovation, and achievement?  Does working in a flexible culture with professional growth opportunities, a family friendly vibe, and smart, caring colleagues make for a great day?
Our Client is currently seeking a team-focused, innovative, and results-oriented Project Manager focused on Water Resources and Hydrogeology projects who has a desire to contribute to our clients’ success and is looking for new learning experiences and opportunities for career growth. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead hydrogeology and surface water hydrology projects in the mining and environmental services industry
  • Lead interactions with clients, agencies and stakeholders to achieve project development goals and milestones
  • Lead development and application of numerical groundwater flow and transport models in support of mine permitting, industrial development, and site remediation
  • Lead development and application of surface water models involving rainfall runoff/hydrology and open channel hydraulic processes for mine-scale water management planning, including watershed-scale analysis, reservoir evaluation and design, open channels hydraulic design, and hydraulic structures, design, and analysis
  • Leading teams in conducting field investigations, including well installation and hydrogeologic logging, aquifer testing, surface water discharge gauging, and geologic mapping
  • Perform and/or lead quantitative analysis of hydrologic and hydrogeologic data, including probabilistic analysis and forecasting
  • Develop and/or lead technical investigation plans for hydrologic characterization of groundwater systems in environments comprised of unconsolidated deposits, sedimentary rock and fractured crystalline rock
  • Lead the production of technical reports and memos to support the permitting of natural resource development project
  • Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Geology with an emphasis in hydrogeology and/or surface water hydrology
  • 7+ years of water resources engineering / hydrogeology experience in mining applications including site characterization, with some numerical analysis
  • Professional Engineer (PE) or Professional Geologist (PG) licensure or ability to acquire within 6 months
  • Midwest mining project management experience
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree in Engineering or Geology, with an emphasis in hydrogeology and/or surface water hydrology
  • Experience planning and coordinating hydrogeologic and hydrologic field studies
  • Experience conducting packer and multi-well aquifer testing
  • Experience analyzing field investigation data
  • Experience with statistical/probabilistic analysis and forecasting involving hydrogeologic and hydrologic time series data
  • Experience integrating hydrogeologic and hydrologic studies and numerical analysis with feasibility studies and alternatives analysis
  • Technical writing and report preparation experience
  • Experience analyzing groundwater flow and transport in deep bedrock environments
  • Experience managing large data sets and evaluation of data
  • Experience with numerical and quantitative analysis using groundwater models such as MODLFOW and/or GOLDSIM, etc.
  • Minnesota mining project management experience
  • Environmental Impact Statements/Study experience
  • National Environmental Policy Act experience


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