Job Opening for Sr. Regulatory Project Manager in Cordoba Corporation (San Diego, CA)

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Job Category : Management
Company Name: Cordoba Corporation
Position Name: Sr. Regulatory Project Manager
Location : San Diego, CA
Job Description : Sr. Regulatory Project Manager Position Summary: Lead Permitting and Regulatory Efforts supporting multiple sectors within Cordoba. This effort includes the following: This is a Hybrid position. EDUCATION / BACKGROUND: BA/BS and/or Professional in Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Sustainability, Natural Resources. Ten plus (10+) years of experience in project management in Regulatory Permitting and CEQA/NEPA type work. (REQUIRED) Juris Doctor with practice focus on, Environmental and Land Use and Regulatory/Administrative law. (Preferred) Background experience in site remediation/Toxics, environmental chemistry (Preferred) EXPERIENCE: Resource Agency Experience: Knowledge of the regulatory framework including understanding of applicability and interaction of federal/state statutes, regulations, and guidelines. Proven track record of experience dealing with the government Agencies and statutes: Natural Resources: United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS): U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA) §7 Consultation (Incidental Take Authorization); §10 Habitat Conservation Planning (HCP). Including preparation of Biological Assessments (BA; as per 16 U.S.C. 1536 (c) and the Endangered Species Consultation Handbook) California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDFW): California Endangered Species Act §2071 (Incidental Take Permit) and §2070.1. California. Endangered Species Act (CESA); California Fish and Game Code [Cal. Fish and Game Code], §§ 2050–2085), the California Native Plant Protection Act (Cal. Fish and Game Code §§ 1900–1913), the California Fully Protected Species statutes, and other regulations, such as those species that meet the definitions of rare, threatened, or endangered under CEQA Guidelines §§ 15380 and 15125. Although the special-status species designation does not extend to all bird species protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 (MBTA; 16 U.S.C. § 703–712) or the corresponding California bird protection statutes (Cal. Fish and Game Code §§ 3503, 3513), Lake & Streambed Alteration Agreements (LSAA: F&G §§ 1600/1602) California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) and Regional Water Quality Control Boards (RWQCB): Clean Water Act §401 (Water Quality Certification); §402 (NPDES); Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL)s, multi-jurisdiction agreements (SWRCB). Waste Discharge Requirements (WDR). United States Forest Service (USFS): Special Use Permits. United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE): Clean Water Act (CWA) §404 (Dredge/fill Permitting); Rivers & Harbors Act (R&H) §408 (modification of Federal Facilities) Caltrans / Federal Highway Administration: California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS): Experience working closely with Caltrans Districts. Permitting, Design and Right of Way. Design Standard Decision Documents (DSDDs): Advocate for approval of SDG&E designs that do not meet Caltrans Highway Design Specifications. Coordination with Caltrans. Encroachment Permit Exceptions (EPE): Advocate for approval of SDG&E designs that do not meets standards set forth in the Encroachment Permit Manual and/or Project Development Procedures Manual (PDPM). Coordination with Caltrans. Encroachment Permits: Prepare/Coordinate Encroachment Permit Applications. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): Project approvals for projects subject to FHWA jurisdiction (i.e. Interstate/Freeway projects) Planning: Preliminary Environmental Study (PES): Impact analysis and public notification packages. Natural Environment Study (NES): Biological Resource Assessments Planning / Land-use: National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) & California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA): Categorical Exemptions, Environmental studies. Local Agencies/Ordinances (County, City, etc.) Building Permits, Encroachments, and other permits etc. Business Development: Proposal Preparation: Analyze project scope to identify regulatory/permitting requirements, formulate compliance objectives, compliance plan and timeline, and cost estimation. OTHER SKILLS: Project Management: Ability to manage projects including scheduling, technical and legal review of documents/studies; Client coordination and communication; Billing / budget management. Computer / GIS: Ability to use various project management tools (MS-Project / Primavera): MS suite (Word, Excel, Power-point, Publisher); GIS (ArcMap 10.4). Computer Programing Visual Basic. Sales/Marketing: Ability to develop business opportunities with existing and potential clients. Prepare presentations. Technical/Regulatory Writing: Ability to analyze and write at a highly technical level. Including preparation of analytical reports and studies to support Environmental Review Documents (CEQA/NEPA), and environmental Permits (Including but not to limited to: CWA 404, CWA 401, R&H§408, F&G 1602, ESA Section 7 Consultation, Caltrans Design Exception Packages, etc. Negotiation: Represent client interest(s) in communication and negotiation with Regulatory Agencies; Ability to find creative solutions to complex regulatory / permitting problems. Have advocated on behalf of State and County Agencies interest on promulgation of new regulations. Negotiation: Represent client interest(s) in communication and negotiation with Regulatory Agencies; Ability to find creative solutions to complex regulatory / permitting problems. Advocated on behalf of State and County Agencies interest on promulgation of new regulations. Compensation: $125k – $165k Based on Experience Physical Demands and Requirements: The physical demands described here and on the physical job demand analysis are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other different tasks be performed when circumstances change. Our Company: Cordoba Corporation is a nationally recognized civil engineering, construction management, program management, and planning firm. We specialize in education and facilities, transportation, and water and energy. In collaboration with our clients, Cordoba has facilitated the development of several complex and highly visible infrastructure projects throughout California. Our efforts have resulted in national recognition from Engineering News-Record as a “top 100 construction management firm” and a “top 50 program management firm”. We are proud to share that ENR has also recently recognized Cordoba in 2018 as a “top 100 design firm” in California. Cordoba’s business model has been commended for its efficiency, encouraging work dynamic, and its multifaceted approach toward projects. Many of our professionals have received praise in the media as leaders in their field of expertise. We have established a statewide presence throughout California. Headquartered in Los Angeles, we also have offices located in San Francisco, Sacramento, San Ramon, Chatsworth, Santa Ana, and San Diego. Cordoba Corporation provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. Cordoba Corporation expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. If you need special assistance or accommodation, please contact Cordoba Corporations HR Department at: (213)895-0224.
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