As a leading aviation consulting firm, our team is actively working with more than 25 airports across the Southeast. In this role, you’ll work closely with those airports and Croy’s aviation design team to effectively deliver projects. Sounds like something you’d enjoy? Check out the full description and apply below.
- Manage aviation-related engineering projects, including the scoping, design, schedule, budgets, resources, quality control, and client relations.
- Perform engineering calculations and analysis for aviation and civil designs at general, regional, and international aviation facilities utilizing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) design specifications.
- Serve as the primary point-of-contact for clients, including project planning, scoping, scheduling, and funding coordination; facility and project planning; subcontracting, funding application; and coordination with FAA and GDOT.
- Lead the Georgia aviation design team to provide deliverables and services on-time, within budget, and to the client’s satisfaction.
- Maintain quality control and assurance measures per Croy standards and requirements, as well as provide oversight in development and production of project drawings, specifications, documents, and reports.
- Work with other internal departments to schedule workflow.
- Work to expand Croy’s services to additional clients.
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering or an aviation-related field from an accredited higher education institution
- Ten years of aviation design experience
- Experience and understanding of FAA Design Guidelines and Funding Processes
- Professional Engineer (PE) registration in Georgia (required)
- Consideration will be given to registered engineers licensed in another state with the expectation that a Georgia Professional Engineer license is applied for at the time of on-boarding.
ABOUT THE ROLE
- Position Location – Marietta, Ga.
- Employment Status – Full-time
- Travel – 20% (Client and site visits, coordination meetings, technical conferences)