Permanent position: our client in the Long Beach area is looking for a Director of Engineering to lead their nationwide Engineering Department. Experience managing people and projects is required to be successful in this role. You must have a Bachelors Degree and a minimun of 5 years of management and buisiness development experience. In this role the ideal candidate will coordinate with the Engineering Department, and Operations team to ensure deadlines are met, profit margins are profitable and set budget guidelines for the department. They will also be tracking progresss, keeping the VP of Internal Operations updated on status of projects, and coordinating with the sales team to identify potential clients. Responsibilities for the Director of Engineering
Requirements for the Director of Engineering
- Manage third-party contractors; monitor output, demands, capabilities, and profit margins
- Coordinate with department heads to enusre on time delivery, profit margins and utilization and efficiency of Engineering Associates.
- Coordinate with field offices to ensure staffing for projects is accurate to meet client deadlines, client contract fullfillment, and locating large scale projects.
- Strong leadership skills and mentorship skills - must be able to affectively train and manage contractors to ensure projects are completed by deadlines.
- Bachelor's degree in Business or a related field required and 5 years of management and Business Development experience
- Excellent project management and time management skiills - must be able to manage multiple projects at once
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