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Climate Resiliency Project Professional / Project Manager

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Los Angeles, CA

Kleinfelder has been connecting great people to the best work since 1961. We are engineers, architects, scientists, and construction professionals providing solutions that improve our clients’ transportation, building, water, energy, and other infrastructure. As a responsive, cross-disciplinary team of bright, curious, and innovative problem-solvers, we are dedicated to doing the right thing, every day, on every project from over 60 offices in the US, Canada and Australia. 

Built on a foundation of excellence, Kleinfelder is committed to client-focused solutions. Through our depth of experience and thorough understanding of environmental, regulatory, economic, and civic conditions, we identify and address challenges with innovation and common-sense. Kleinfelder’s integrated, award-winning experts collaborate with clients to meet their objectives - from project inception through design and execution. Connecting great people to the best work is our purpose - together, we deliver. 

Kleinfelder’s Climate Change Practice helps clients understand and manage their risks from increased flooding, heat, and other climate hazards. With over 50 climate resiliency projects completed or underway, our team leads with experience. Clients have used our robust analyses and practical solutions to build consensus, secure funding, and rapidly move to implementation. Our technical innovation, effective communication, and on-the-ground results have earned us a strong reputation in this emerging field. 

Kleinfelder is seeking an experienced Climate Resiliency Project Professional / Project Manager in our Los Angeles, CA office to deliver climate resiliency projects and contribute to the rapid growth of this service line. This position will lead the delivery of vulnerability assessment, adaptation planning, and resilient design tasks/projects for a wide array of clients. Candidates are required to have significant engineering or architectural design experience and climate change subject matter expertise.