The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is currently searching for a dynamic, geotechnical or civil engineer to be the staff lead for its Geo Institute with full responsibility for managing all strategy, operations, activities, and growth.
Direct and manage overall administrative operations of Institute (manage and develop staff, establish budget, reconcile finances) consistent with the policies of ASCE
Develop and implement programs in collaboration with Institute leadership and other appropriate elements of the Society including: conferences, publications, standards
Manage technical, educational, professional and standards activities; facilitate the advancement of Institute committee activities in those areas
Network with other similarly aligned organizations and identify opportunities to partner with them and respond appropriately to potential challenges
Respond to various inquiries of Institute membership and determine appropriate resources
Identify government affairs issues of potential interest to the Institute
Create, edit, revise detailed or technical letters, reports, proposals, and contracts
Ideal candidates will have:
a 4-year degree in geotechnical or civil engineering (advanced degree a plus)
10-15 years’ of progressively responsible experience and demonstrated success managing people and programs
Association management and/or volunteer management experience a plus
ASCE is a nonprofit professional membership association dedicated to the advancement of civil engineering in order to serve the public good. For consideration, submissions of interest must contain resume and cover letter with salary history and requirements.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) members are responsible for the design, project management and construction of everything we see around us in the built environment: bridges, roads, canals, hospitals, schools, airports, power stations and railways.