TYLin is a full-service, professional engineering firm focused on the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure solutions for public and private clients worldwide. The firm is an internationally recognized pioneer in solving the most difficult engineering challenges. Headquartered in San Francisco, California for over 65 years, TYLin has more than 3,200 professionals throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe. TYLin is a member of Dar Group, a global, privately-owned professional services group, and its industry-leading family of Global Infrastructure companies.
TYLin has a position available for a Senior Project Manager - Roads + Highways in Austin, TX. Alternative locations include San Anontio or Houston, TX. In this role the person will have relevant experience in design and management of roadway improvement projects, preferably in Texas. This candidate will manage roadway design projects with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), as well as local clients, including Cities, Counties and Toll Road Authorities. Additionally, when in the office it would be an open-concept setting. Travel may be required for attending client or public meetings, scoping new assignments, and visiting project sites.
The key responsibilities include, but may not be limited to, the following:
Project Management (PM) / Technical Design
TYLin is an equal opportunity employer and we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type as protected by federal, state, or local laws. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. TYLin remains committed to complying with all local health authority, legal or lawful client requirements, as such this role may be situated in a jurisdiction with masking or vaccinate or test requirements to attend office or client locations (controlled location). You should ask your manager about this prior to starting. Should you be subject to the requirements, you are required to disclose your vaccination status within the first week of starting or before entering a controlled location, whichever comes first.