TitleProject Manager, Building Hazardous Materials
Department NameTelecom Abatement
EBI is seeking a full-time Building Hazardous Materials (Asbestos, Lead, Mold, Radon, PCBs, other Hazardous Building Materials) Project Manager in the Northeast.  The position offers the option to work from home; within driving distance of the Boston Metro area for occasional job site visits there and surrounding localities.  You will work with a team of managers to support inspection and abatement of asbestos, lead, mold, radon, PCBs and other building hazardous materials at our client facilities nationwide.  You may choose to self-perform local inspections or use other EBI staff or contractors. Nationally, you will manage work performed by other EBI staff or by subcontractors.  EBI offers a progressive work environment with competitive pay and benefits.  You will be expected to support Sales and Operational goals; being responsible for client satisfaction and profitability. You will be responsible for overall execution of individual project assignments as well as managing existing and future clients and markets and possibly future staff.  Maintenance of a Massachusetts Asbestos Inspector license is a must. Additional professional certifications and licenses are a plus.
Job Requirements
  • Create and execute project scope and work plan, revise as appropriate for success
  • Oversee and ensure project milestones and deadlines achieved, manage project budgets,  complete projects on time and on budget, take ownership for full project life cycle from proposal / purchase order to invoice / close-out
  • Detailed financial management required:  revenue, expenses, margins, unbilled, backlog
  • Expected to manage multiple projects concurrently 
  • Communicate project status to clients and internal management
  • Conduct Quality Control review of deliverables
  • Coordinate with and manage outside consultants and subcontractors
Education and Experience
  • Bachelor Degree from accredited university in related field
  • 5 – 10 years of progressive professional experience in related role within the specified field
Certifications and Licenses
  • Maintenance of a Massachusetts Asbestos Inspector license is a must; additional professional certifications and licenses are a plus