Ardurra Group: Employment Opportunities

Ardurra Group LLC (Ardurra) employs professional and technical personnel in a variety of fields to include civil, environmental, structural, mechanical and coastal engineering; architecture; construction administration; federal funds grant application & management; environmental assessment & compliance; accounting; technology & database management; and overall business administration. We are an equal opportunity employer and we provide our clients with the same professional treatment that we demonstrate to our staff. We aim to hire contractors and subcontractors whose customer service values align with ours. All subcontractors hired by Ardurra must be equal opportunity employers.

Ardurra does not discriminate based on race, sex, age, religious preferences, sexual orientation, genetic predisposition, disability, marital status or military status. In addition, Ardurra welcomes veterans, disabled veterans, and minorities to join their team of rapidly advancing professionals. Ardurra actively solicits independent contractors who are certified female business owners or minority business owners.

To Apply, download the application below and send to hstansbury@ardurragroup.com.

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Ardurra Group employs professionals across many fields, including project management, construction management, engineering, architecture, and business consulting.

Ardurra Group is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, sex, age, religious preferences, sexual orientation, genetic predisposition, disability, marital status, or military status. In addition, Ardurra Group welcomes veterans, disabled veterans, and minorities to join our team.

It is our priority to hire contractors and subcontractors whose customer service values align with our company. All subcontractors hired by Ardurra Group must be equal opportunity employers.

Available Positions

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform general accounting for multiple entities. This individual must be able to take direction from the Financial Manager, Executive Committee, Operations Manager and multiple Project Managers in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Senior Accountant

Reports To:

Financial Manager

Location Of Job:

Houston, Texas

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

This position is responsible for accurate and timely general accounting duties as directed by the Financial Manager.

Primary Responsibilities:

Prepare monthly invoices, budgets and project reports

Prepare Bank and Account reconciliations

Oversee and drive A/P, A/R

Manage Collection by working closely with PM

Manage and expedite the project enrollment and detailed budget setup process by working closely with the PM's

Review of all contracts for terms of payment and insurance requirements

Conduct financial project reviews with PM's

Strong business management and communication skills

The ability and willingness to support internal clients (i.e., PM's, Principals and Senior Management)

Month end close (Journal Entries, Accruals)

Responsible for Payroll (multi-state) and related taxes

Manage company insurance and benefits plan

The ability to successfully multi-task to meet expectations

Demonstrate the ability to manage time and resources to achieve the above responsibilities

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

Bachelors in Business / Accounting from an accredited College or University

10 years of experience in accounting position

Experience with multi-state payroll and tax policies a must

Experience using Deltek Vision required

Special Skills Required:

Strategic - Planning, administration, facilitation, creativity, problem analysis, decision making

Business - Work-flow structuring, monitoring, account administration, automated office systems, multi-tasking, analytical, quantitative, organizational, detail-oriented, time management

Creativity and Innovation - Creativity, Business savvy, originality, intuition

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform administrative services for a disaster recovery program located in St. Johns County, Florida. This individual must be able to take direction from the Program Manager in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Administrative Assistant

Reports To:

Program Manager

Location Of Job:

St. Johns County, FL

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Non-Exempt

Position Overview:

This position is responsible for general administrative duties associated with a disaster recovery program located in St. Johns County, Florida.

Primary Responsibilities:

General administrative duties

Answering phones

General office organization

Data entry

Preparation of technical engineering reports and letters

Preparation of marketing materials and proposals

Qualifications and Experience:

Undergraduate degree from a four-year college or university or one or two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office (namely Word and Excel).

Proficient in Microsoft Powerpoint and Adobe Suite, InDesign is a plus.

1-2 years of office administrative experience desired.

Undergraduate degree in General Business, Marketing, Communications or English desired.

College level courses related to business, engineering or construction desired.

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail desired.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform Housing Construction Management services for a large-scale housing program. This individual must be able to take direction from the Program Manager in multi -tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Construction Manager

Reports To:

Program Manager

Location Of Job:

Columbia, SC

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

Construction Manager is responsible for monitoring progress of work of the Prime Construction Firm.

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsible for tracking progress of Prime Construction firm with their programs of completing approximately 1,500 housing units with a prescribed schedule. Schedule maintenance by the Prime Construction firm is critical.

Responsible for reviewing and understanding scope of work and damage assessment of homeowners.

Maintain a complete understanding of all applicable Program policies, requirements, and evaluating protocols.

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

A four (4) year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. A combination of education and relevant experience will also be considered.

Construction estimating experience in the field of residential rehabilitation and new construction and/or insurance adjusting experience.

Xactimate Level 2 or 3 preferred

Experience in developing damage assessments and estimated costs of repairs on Community Develop Block Grant Disaster programs preferred.

Special Skills Required:

Construction background required.

Understanding of South Carolina codes is required.

Understanding of HUD Section 8 Housing Quality Standards required.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical and problem solving skills, ability to work independently, and effective interpersonal skills.

Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills; knowledge of creating tables and graphs in Microsoft Excel; ability to quickly learn new software applications.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform Inspector/Estimator services for a large-scale housing program. This individual must be able to take direction from the Field Supervisor in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Inspector/Estimator

Reports To:

Field Supervisor

Location Of Job:

Baton Rouge, LA

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

Inspector/Estimator is responsible for completing scope of work and damage assessment of homeowners within the Program.

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsible for completing scope of work and damage assessment of homeowners.

Maintain a complete understanding of all applicable Program policies, requirements, and evaluating protocols.

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

A four (4) year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. A combination of education and relevant experience will also be considered.

Construction estimating experience in the field of residential rehabilitation and new construction and/or insurance adjusting experience.

Special Skills Required:

Xactimate and/or CAD skills.

Xactimate Level 2 or 3 preferred.

Understanding of HUD Section 8 Housing Quality Standards preferred.

Experience in developing damage assessments and estimated costs of repairs on Community Develop Block Grant Disaster programs preferred.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical and problem solving skills, ability to work independently, and effective interpersonal skills.

Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills; knowledge of creating tables and graphs in Microsoft Excel; ability to quickly learn new software applications.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform Case Manager 1 services for a large-scale housing program. This individual must be able to take direction from the Case Manager Supervisor in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Case Manager 1

Reports To:

Case Manager Supervisor

Location Of Job:

Baton Rouge, LA

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

Case Manager 1 is responsible for providing outreach, intake services and on-going assessment to homeowners within the Program.

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsible for processing applicants within the functional area with direct supervision.

Maintain a complete understanding of all applicable program policies, requirements, and procedures.

Review all cases within the guidelines established.

May also provide support with day-to-day project management activities, which may include outreach events, fielding and responding to inquiries made by applicants, document management, and other case tasks as directed by the Program.

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

A four (4) year Bachelor’s or two (2) year Associate’s degree from an accredited university. A combination of education and relevant experience will also be considered.

Two (2) or more years of experience providing customer service and/or clerical work. Experience with CDBG housing and/or FEMA hazard mitigation and similar programs/projects is preferred.

Special Skills Required:

Ability to perform the job function with direct supervision, while providing excellent customer service and remaining acutely aware of goals, expectations, and deadlines.

Ability to acquire and implement a working knowledge of applicable rules and regulations.

Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, ability to multitask and work independently.

Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills; ability to quickly learn new software applications.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform Case Manager 2 services for a large-scale housing program. This individual must be able to take direction from the Case Manager Supervisor in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Case Manager 2

Reports To:

Case Manager Supervisor

Location Of Job:

Baton Rouge, LA

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

Case Manager 2 is responsible for providing outreach, intake services and on-going assessment to homeowners within the Program.

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsible for processing applicants within the functional area with direct supervision.

Maintain a complete understanding of all applicable program policies, requirements, and procedures.

Review all cases within the guidelines established.

May also provide support with day-to-day project management activities for a functional area, which may include monitoring, reporting, specialized advisory services and applicant consultation services, as applicable.

Provide Program technical assistance as applicable.

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

A four (4) year Bachelor’s or two (2) year Associate’s degree from an accredited university. A combination of education and relevant experience will also be considered.

Two (2) or more years of experience providing customer service and/or clerical work. Experience with CDBG housing and/or FEMA hazard mitigation and similar programs/projects is preferred.

Special Skills Required:

Ability to perform the job function with direct supervision, while providing excellent customer service and remaining acutely aware of goals, expectations, and deadlines.

Ability to acquire a working knowledge of applicable rules and regulations and/or specialized industry knowledge related to the functional area.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical and problem solving skills, ability to work independently, and effective interpersonal skills.

Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills; ability to quickly learn new software applications.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Ardurra Group, LLC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform Case Manager 3 services for a large-scale housing program. This individual must be able to take direction from the Case Manager Supervisor in multi-tasking, setting priorities, and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Job Title:

Case Manager 3

Reports To:

Case Manager Supervisor

Location Of Job:

Baton Rouge, LA

Supervises:

N/A

Job Classification:

Exempt

Position Overview:

Case Manager 3 is responsible for providing outreach, intake services and on-going assessment to homeowners within the Program.

Primary Responsibilities:

Should maintain a complete understanding of all applicable Program policies, requirements, and procedures and review all cases within the guidelines established.

May assist with or lead day-to-day program management activities, which may include processing, monitoring, tracking and reporting applications within a functional area with little or no direct supervision.

May specialize in specific subjects within the functional area.

Qualifications and Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

A four (4) year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Three (3) years of relevant experience may substitute for the degree.

At least three (3) years of experience relevant to the functional area and/or experience providing specialized advisory service, which may include construction, financial, housing, and/or related industry knowledge. Experience with CDBG housing and/or FEMA hazard mitigation and similar programs/projects is preferred.

Special Skills Required:

Ability to manage effectively with or without subordinates.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the job function with little to no supervision, while remaining acutely aware of timelines, meeting deadlines, and performance measures.

Ability to acquire a working knowledge of applicable rules and regulations and the ability to provide technical assistance for the Program.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical skills, ability to work independently, and effective interpersonal skills.

Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills; knowledge of creating tables and graphs in Microsoft Excel; ability to quickly learn new software applications.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Operations Assistant
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

*Texas PE license (or ability to obtain through reciprocity) not required, but preferred.

Position Overview:

Construction Manager must have experience in all aspects of public works projects, construction, design and construction documentation, including but not limited to quality control and quality assurance inspection services, pay estimate processing, change management, document control, schedule management, budget management and supervisory experience.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

Demonstrate ability to manage time and work on multiple projects.

Bachelors of Science from a four year accredited College or University or Associates degree in construction technology and appropriate additional relevant experience.

A minimum of 10 years documented experience with water/wastewater facilities.

Knowledge of the local construction conditions, techniques, methods and contracting community.

The ability and willingness to work on multiple projects and travel/work from multiple job sites.

Strong computer skills and ability to learn and work with client based project management software.

Strong business writing skills.

The ability to multi-task.

Expert knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

Expert knowledge of construction schedules, Gantt charts, and critical path analysis

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Possess experience in public administration, planning or community/economic development and finances;

Possess knowledge and have an understanding of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development rules and regulations concerning the Community Development Block Grant Program and Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as Amended, OMB Circular A 87 and A 122, 24 CFR Part 84 and 85, and GOA Yellow Book Auditing Standards;

Have knowledge of the principles and practice of community and economic development, program planning, monitoring and evaluation, public works, and housing related issues;

Have well-developed skills in administration and organization, written and verbal communication, interpersonal relationships, multi-tasking and problem solving, and computer literacy (MS WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT etc.);

Possess a valid State driver’s license or evidence of equivalent mobility.

Duties:

The Community Development Financial Specialist will be expected to:

Assist Program Director and/or Deputy Director to manage and deliver CDBG Programs;

Analyze request for proposals for funding; determine financial compliance with all program requirements and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations;

Monitor program financial and administrative performance and compliance at the state, local and sub-recipient level, by way of desk and on-site monitoring, and follow up as necessary;

Evaluate program/project reports and records for compliance, program accomplishments and performance measurement;

Assist in the writing of proposals for funding;

Identify training needs among units of general local government, develop and implement training programs and evaluate the effectiveness of training materials and programs;

Provide technical assistance to units of general local government, staff or non-profit organizations and community development entities concerning State and Federal financial management via telephone, fax, e-mail and in person;

Write and update project financial management manuals and handbooks pertinent to specific areas of project management;

Help to promote the program, make presentations and help conduct and coordinate conferences, meetings and other forums.

Desired Experience:

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail.

Special Requirements:

CDBG Financial Director must be a CPA and have at least 10 years CDBG Experience CDBG Financial Specialist 2 should have at least 5 years’ experience in Financial Management and have received a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related financial field. A CPA is desired. .

CDBG Financial Specialist 1 must possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related financial field.

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

The primary role of the CDBG Housing Program Manager is to assure the day to day activities and the required tasks of the CDBG Disaster Housing Program are being completed on time and in compliance with all CDBG requirements and client needs. The Housing Program Manager will report directly to the Director. All housing supervisors and lead housing staff will report directly to the Housing Program Manager.

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Possess extensive experience in public administration, planning or community/economic development and real-estate development including program planning, monitoring and evaluation of housing related issues;

Has a clear understanding of affordable housing programs serving Low-moderate income populations.

Has managed large staff.

Possess knowledge and have a clear understanding of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development rules and regulations concerning the Community Development Block Grant Program (specifically 24 CFR Part 570, 24 CFR Part 91, 24 CFR Part 58, 24 CFR Subtitle A, part 85, and Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as Amended);

Have well-developed skills in: administration and organization, written and verbal communication, interpersonal relationships, multi-tasking and problem solving, and computer literacy (MS WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT etc.);

Duties:

The Community Development Program Specialist will be expected to:

Assist Program Director and/or Deputy Director to design and implement CDBG Housing Programs;

Determine compliance with all program requirements and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations;

Monitor program financial and administrative performance and compliance at the state and local level, by way of desk and on-site monitoring, and follow up as necessary;

Evaluate program/project reports and records for compliance, program accomplishments and performance measurement;

Provide technical assistance to units of general local government, staff or non-profit organizations and community development entities concerning grant requirements such as environmental reviews, construction contracts, labor standards, financial management etc. via telephone, fax, e-mail and in person;

Write and update project management manuals and handbooks pertinent to specific areas of project management;

Help to promote the program, make presentations and help conduct and coordinate conferences, meetings and other forums.

Special Requirements:

Housing Program Manager should have over 10 years Housing Development Experience

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Possess experience in public administration, planning or community/economic development and finances;

Possess knowledge and have a clear understanding of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development rules and regulations concerning the Community Development Block Grant Program (specifically 24 CFR Part 570, 24 CFR Part 91, 24 CFR Part 58, 24 CFR Subtitle A, part 85, and Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as Amended);

Have knowledge of the principles and practice of community and economic development, program planning, monitoring and evaluation, public works, and housing related issues;

Have well-developed skills in: administration and organization, written and verbal communication, interpersonal relationships, multi-tasking and problem solving, and computer literacy (MS WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT etc.);

Possess a valid State driver’s license or evidence of equivalent mobility.

Duties:

The Community Development Program Specialist will be expected to:

Assist Program Director and/or Deputy Director to manage and deliver CDBG Programs;

Analyze request for proposals for funding; determine compliance with all program requirements and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations;

Monitor program financial and administrative performance and compliance at the state, local and sub-recipient level, by way of desk and on-site monitoring, and follow up as necessary;

Perform duties as the Labor Compliance Officer and Environmental Compliance Officer to ensure compliance of CDBG-funded projects with state and federal labor laws and NEPA regulations;

Assist in the writing of proposals for funding;

Identify training needs among units of general local government, develop and implement training programs and evaluate the effectiveness of training materials and programs;

Provide technical assistance to units of general local government, staff or non-profit organizations and community development entities concerning grant requirements such as environmental reviews, construction contracts, labor standards, financial management etc. via telephone, fax, e-mail and in person;

Write and update project management manuals and handbooks pertinent to specific areas of project management;

Help to promote the program, make presentations and help conduct and coordinate conferences, meetings and other forums.

Desired Experience:

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail.

Special Requirements:

A Masters degree can count for 1 year of experience

CDBG Senior Advisor should have over 10 years CDBG Experience

CDBG Specialist 2 should have between 5-10 years CDBG Experience

CDBG Specialist 1 should have between 1-5 years CDBG Experience

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Ardurra Group is seeking individuals with disaster recovery and grant administration experience under the FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Program. Ideal candidates will be familiar with and accommodate the unpredictable nature of disaster recovery needs. This position is anticipated to be entry to mid-level with candidates taking direction and reporting to a Program Manager or Team Lead.

Candidates must possess previous experience supporting Federal, State, Local or PNP clients with execution of the FEMA Public Assistance Program. Experience with development and stewardship of PWs CAT A-G is desirable, particularly for grantee and subgrantee clients. Experience with developing projects under the Stafford Act Sec 428 Public Assistance Alternative Procedures is also desirable. “Utility players’ who have served in multiple roles in the Public Assistance process and have varied qualifications and experience are highly encouraged to apply.

Undergraduate degree from a four-year college or university with one or two years related experience.

Excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office (namely Word and Excel).

Proficient in RS Means and Microsoft Sharepoint, is a plus.

Ability to use provided IT tools and document management tools to create, organize and maintain project documents.

Ability to work independently and problem solve with minimal supervision.

Previous experience with FEMA Public Assistance Program.

Previous Emergency Protective Measure and Category C - G project experience is also highly preferred.

Ability to effectively communicate (written and orally) with team members and local, state and federal stakeholders.

Previous experience supporting grantees and/or subgrantees during initial phases of disaster recovery is highly preferred.

Ability to provide two references from past PA-related assignments is highly preferred.

Duties:

Coordinating with local, state and federal stakeholders to identify and report disaster related damage

Performing damage site assessment visits and developing initial project list to report to FEMA (including assigning project category and preliminary cost estimate)

Advising subgrantees on policy and program requirements and opportunities for individual projects and overall recovery strategy

Collaborating with FEMA and other stakeholders to develop project scopes and costs for incorporation into Project Worksheets

Collecting and preparing necessary documentation to support development of Project Worksheets (including FAL and FAE for emergency protective measure reimbursement and documentation of volunteer time and donations)

Supporting development of multiple Project Worksheets (to include range of services from reviewing Project Worksheets prepared by FEMA to developing DDD, Scope of Work and Costs)

Anticipating and addressing Special Considerations

Identifying project-specific hazard mitigation opportunities

Contributing to and/or maintaining project tracking and reporting tools

Completing all reports and tracking of time and expenses required by Project Management and Client

Desired Experience:

1-2 years of FEMA Public Assistance projects.

Undergraduate degree in General Business, Marketing, Communications or English.

College level courses related to business, engineering or construction.

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail.

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Ardurra Group is seeking individuals with disaster recovery and grant administration experience under the FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Program. Ideal candidates will be familiar with and accommodate the unpredictable nature of disaster recovery needs. This position is anticipated to be entry to mid-level with candidates taking direction and reporting to a Program Manager or Team Lead.

Candidates must possess previous experience supporting Federal, State, Local or PNP clients with execution of the FEMA Public Assistance Program. Experience with development and stewardship of PWs CAT A-G is desirable, particularly for grantee and subgrantee clients. Experience with developing projects under the Stafford Act Sec 428 Public Assistance Alternative Procedures is also desirable. “Utility players’ who have served in multiple roles in the Public Assistance process and have varied qualifications and experience are highly encouraged to apply.

Undergraduate degree from a four-year college or university with one or two years related experience.

Excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office (namely Word and Excel).

Proficient in RS Means and Microsoft Sharepoint, is a plus.

Ability to use provided IT tools and document management tools to create, organize and maintain project documents.

Ability to work independently and problem solve with minimal supervision.

Previous experience with FEMA Public Assistance Program.

Previous Emergency Protective Measure and Category C - G project experience is also highly preferred.

Ability to effectively communicate (written and orally) with team members and local, state and federal stakeholders.

Previous experience supporting grantees and/or subgrantees during initial phases of disaster recovery is highly preferred.

Ability to provide two references from past PA-related assignments is highly preferred.

Duties:

Coordinating with local, state and federal stakeholders to identify and report disaster related damage

Performing damage site assessment visits and developing initial project list to report to FEMA (including assigning project category and preliminary cost estimate)

Advising subgrantees on policy and program requirements and opportunities for individual projects and overall recovery strategy

Collaborating with FEMA and other stakeholders to develop project scopes and costs for incorporation into Project Worksheets

Collecting and preparing necessary documentation to support development of Project Worksheets (including FAL and FAE for emergency protective measure reimbursement and documentation of volunteer time and donations)

Supporting development of multiple Project Worksheets (to include range of services from reviewing Project Worksheets prepared by FEMA to developing DDD, Scope of Work and Costs)

Anticipating and addressing Special Considerations

Identifying project-specific hazard mitigation opportunities

Contributing to and/or maintaining project tracking and reporting tools

Completing all reports and tracking of time and expenses required by Project Management and Client

Desired Experience:

1-2 years of FEMA Public Assistance projects.

Undergraduate degree in General Business, Marketing, Communications or English.

College level courses related to business, engineering or construction.

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail.

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

Minimum Qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities:

Ardurra Group is seeking individuals with disaster recovery and grant administration experience under the FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Program. Ideal candidates will be familiar with and accommodate the unpredictable nature of disaster recovery needs. This position is anticipated to be entry to mid-level with candidates taking direction and reporting to a Program Manager or Team Lead.

Candidates must possess previous experience supporting Federal, State, Local or PNP clients with execution of the FEMA Public Assistance Program. Experience with development and stewardship of PWs CAT A-G is desirable, particularly for grantee and subgrantee clients. Experience with developing projects under the Stafford Act Sec 428 Public Assistance Alternative Procedures is also desirable. “Utility players’ who have served in multiple roles in the Public Assistance process and have varied qualifications and experience are highly encouraged to apply.

Undergraduate degree from a four-year college or university with one or two years related experience.

Excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office (namely Word and Excel).

Proficient in RS Means and Microsoft Sharepoint, is a plus.

Ability to use provided IT tools and document management tools to create, organize and maintain project documents.

Ability to work independently and problem solve with minimal supervision.

Previous experience with FEMA Public Assistance Program.

Previous Emergency Protective Measure and Category C - G project experience is also highly preferred.

Ability to effectively communicate (written and orally) with team members and local, state and federal stakeholders.

Previous experience supporting grantees and/or subgrantees during initial phases of disaster recovery is highly preferred.

Ability to provide two references from past PA-related assignments is highly preferred.

Duties:

Coordinating with local, state and federal stakeholders to identify and report disaster related damage

Performing damage site assessment visits and developing initial project list to report to FEMA (including assigning project category and preliminary cost estimate)

Advising subgrantees on policy and program requirements and opportunities for individual projects and overall recovery strategy

Collaborating with FEMA and other stakeholders to develop project scopes and costs for incorporation into Project Worksheets

Collecting and preparing necessary documentation to support development of Project Worksheets (including FAL and FAE for emergency protective measure reimbursement and documentation of volunteer time and donations)

Supporting development of multiple Project Worksheets (to include range of services from reviewing Project Worksheets prepared by FEMA to developing DDD, Scope of Work and Costs)

Anticipating and addressing Special Considerations

Identifying project-specific hazard mitigation opportunities

Contributing to and/or maintaining project tracking and reporting tools

Completing all reports and tracking of time and expenses required by Project Management and Client

Desired Experience:

5 years of FEMA Public Assistance projects.

Undergraduate degree in General Business, Marketing, Communications or English.

College level courses related to business, engineering or construction.

Strong work ethic, positive attitude, integrity, teamwork and attention to detail.

Compensation:

Selected candidates will be paid a competitive hourly rate based on experience. Positions are open for new hires as employees of Ardurra Group LLC.

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com

CG|3PL Engineering, DPC is currently looking for a highly-motivated individual that is detail oriented and a team player to perform a variety of routine technical tasks which should provide experience and familiarization with engineering/scientific methods, and practices in the fields of civil engineering with a focus on major water, wastewater, and storm water projects. This individual must be able to take direction from others in multi-tasking, setting priorities and enjoying working in a fast-paced environment.

Position Overview:

The Project Engineer will be using prescribed methods, perform specific tasks and portions of a broader assignment of an experienced engineer. The Project Engineer will perform routine work in applying standard techniques, procedures and criteria in specific situations, adjusting and correlating data, recognizing discrepancies in results and following operations through a sequence of related detailed engineering / scientific tasks. This position will also require some supervision provided on new technical undertakings or aspects of job; supervisor screens assignments and suggests techniques and procedures to use on non-routine work. The Project Engineer will exercise judgement on details of work in making preliminary selections and adaptations of alternatives, training, developmental and office staffing purposes may warrant that assignments include some work typical of a higher level.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Developing a scope and budget for a project or task.

Constructing a workflow/schedule diagram that identifies pre‐requisite activities and the logical flow of work products from start to finish

Producing work that is substantially error free and checked by an independent source

Ability to communicate clearly and effectively; including communicating project goals and requirements to the project team and clearly articulating project expectations

Ability to continually assess and manage client expectations

Demonstrated ability to recognize and manage project risks

Qualifications And Experience (Academic, Professional, Relevant Job Knowledge):

Certification as an Engineer-Intern (EI) is desired for engineering positions

Bachelors or Masters in Civil, Mechanical, or Environmental Engineering from an accredited College or University

Desire to work on large and innovated water supply, water treatment, wastewater treatment, wastewater collection, storm water management, or large civil engineering projects with leaders in the field based in New York

Special Skills Required:

Strategic - Planning, creativity, problem analysis, decision making

Business - Work-flow structuring, monitoring, organizational, detail-oriented, time management

Creativity and Innovation - Creativity, originality, intuition

Leadership and Personal - Motivating others, development of employees, communication, objectivity, integrity, dependability, initiative, flexibility, sensitivity, impact, tenacity, autonomy, collaboration

Applications and Resumes:

To apply, please submit your resume and your completed application to Heather Stansbury at hstansbury@ardurragroup.com. Please see her contact information below.

Heather Stansbury
Business Development Coordinator
Email: hstansbury@ardurragroup.com