Founded in 1926, The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO®) employs a diverse team of world class professionals that includes engineers, scientists, technicians, and industry experts and leaders. We are currently seeking a Technical Project Manager – Water Systems for our Chicago Regional office in Mokena, IL. We value and employ individuals dedicated to our mission by offering:
A competitive salary and benefits package, such as no cost health, dental, life, AD&D, and LTC
11 paid holidays, 10 days per year of vacation, and 15 paid sick days per calendar year.
401k and profit sharing
Plus, much more!
The role of Technical Project Manager – Water Systems will work with and mentor current and potential clients through a certification process as well as facilitate internal responsibilities associated with moving projects through the Company’s business units. Duties also include managing product listing programs and the ASSE database, coordinating biannual board meetings, maintaining accurate records, reviewing and modifying documents, performing product bracketing and calculations for water systems certifications, plus other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
BS in Mechanical Engineering or related field
3 years in the water treatment industry OR 3 years in a role requiring technical competence (hydraulic systems preferred)
Industry knowledge of water softeners and water filters (RO preferred)
WQA Certified Water Specialist preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Strong communication skills to confidently explain information and converse with customers/clients
Organizational skills to effectively process all paperwork/projects independently and with little supervision
Excellent spoken and written English
As the leading authority of water protection, code development and product certification, IAPMO holds an unwavering commitment to technological advances for improving plumbing and mechanical systems that serves to protect the safety of the general public worldwide. IAPMO is a global non-profit/for-profit organization committed to advancing the latest and most improved methods of sanitation. IAPMO’s legacy includes its international outreach, sharing knowledge and advancements with other countries’ governments for the purpose of expanding codes, sources, and methods into countries that need assistance and sustainment.
Candidates may be required to pass background and/or drug test to be considered for this position. IAPMO is an equal employment opportunity employer.
About International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials
The IAPMO commitment to serving the plumbing and mechanical communities around the world has never been stronger. Since first developing the Uniform Plumbing Code in 1945, IAPMO has been dedicated to the orderly yet aggressive evolution of codes and product standards best able to address the needs of the public and the plumbing/mechanical communities in hundreds of jurisdictions.
The Radiant Pr...ofessionals Alliance (RPA) joined the IAPMO Group in January 2012. The RPA is a network of manufacturers, designers, suppliers, distributors and contractors who are dedicated toward the advancement, understanding, and acceptance of the types of radiant and hydronic heating and cooling.