Project Manager - Water Treatment

Electrolytic Technologies Corporation is the new leader in advanced on-site electrochemical chlor-alkali generation and a major player in the Water Treatment Industry. Due to recent growth, our company has an immediate opening for a career-oriented individual to assume the role of Project Manager

This position requires:

  • A degree or diploma in Engineering (Process, Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental)
  • At least five years water treatment and/or process design
  • Expertise in electrolytic processes and water flow dynamics
  • Superior technical aptitude, strong mechanical aptitude
  • Excellent CAD software design skills
  • Sound understanding of automated process control and equipment utilized
  • Basic understanding of electrical components and configurations


Tasks Include:

  • Lead in the development and improvement water treatment / process control equipment
  • Design / generate drawings of water treatment units / systems as per customer requirements and specifications
  • Interpret and identify customer requirements and offer advice and solutions based on technical expertise
  • Coordinate with, and assist, all technical staff to ensure project completion
  • Utilize the skills of technical counterparts

The ideal candidate will have superior leadership qualities, organizational abilities, communication and interpersonal skills as well as creativity, innovation, attention to detail and a client-focused approach. Experience in project management, project coordination, product design, shop fabrication, machine shop trade and practices, pumps and controls industry; practical applications of water and/or wastewater treatment with emphasis on equipment requirements, system operations and treatment requirements.

Electrolytic Technologies Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive starting salary, paid health insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, bonus/incentives and a high growth opportunity.

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