Industrial Water Treatment Project Manager

We are currently seeking qualified individuals to join our Pacific Northwest team. We are looking for self-motivated candidates with a solid work ethic, networking skills, attention to detail, technological savvy, and an innovative problem solver. The positions require candidates who can work well as part of a team, stay on task while working alone, and able to learn the technical aspects and applications of our technologies and service offerings.

Location: Pacific Northwest – Pacific, WA Office

Employment Type: Full-Time

Pay: $85,750.00 – $125,575.00 per year

Job Description: Successful candidates will have an industrial project/construction work background with a mechanical aptitude to combine with experience and expertise in the following:

  • Business Development
  • Marketing / Networking
  • Estimating & Proposal Development
  • Water treatment
  • Microsoft Business Suite
  • CAD or 3D drawing software
  • Industrial Systems Maintenance
  • Writing- Business Memos and project submittals
  • Industrial and/or Construction OSHA requirements
  • Root cause analysis and process improvement
  • Process and Flow Design with the ability to interpret P&IDs

Job Requirements:

  • BS/BA or equivalent in project/construction management or 3 years’ experience serving as a Project Manager.
  • Candidates must be able to communicate with clients (both written and verbal)
  • Management and Organizational skills
  • Superior communication skills
  • Clean driving record & Drug free.
  • Employment may require travel, weekend shifts, and night shifts.

Key Roles and Responsibilities: Industrial Stormwater Support:

  • Develop new business through marketing and networking activities in industry trade groups, regional conferences/trade shows, and responses to request for proposals (RFPs)
  • Engage prospective clients with site visits, technical presentations, and other marketing activities.
  • Develop proposals to include a scope of work and budget estimate to meet a client’s need or in response to an RFP.
  • Develops project objectives consistent with project proposals and plans, conferring with Sales Team, Assembly & Fabrication Team, and Management
  • Determines project responsibilities by identifying project phases, producing a project schedule, synchronizing adjacent project requirements, and assigning resources.
  • Oversee project procurement while comparing vendor bids and insuring vendor specifications meet the designed build.
  • Maintains project schedule by monitoring project progress, coordinating activities and resources. Identifying plausible friction points and resolving issues.
  • Controls project plan and cost while ensuring quality and specifications.
  • Coordinates and Controls key stakeholders.
  • Prepares project submittals; communicates design and specifications, summarizing project status; responding to requests for information, and submitting requests for information.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications and reviewing best practices.
  • Ensures client job site requirements and OSHA requirements are met.
  • Contributes to the team by accomplishing tasks and obtaining desired results as needed.

Industrial System Operations and Maintenance:

  • Responsible for the transition between the project completion and closeout phase to the Operations and Maintenance steady state.
  • Assists in developing and updating O&M Manuals, proposals, and forms.
  • Aids in T&M modifications to existing Industrial Sites and Long-Term
  • Maintenance Plans.
  • Maintains rapport with customers by examining complaints; identifying solutions; suggesting improved methods and techniques; recommending system improvements.
  • Contributes to the team by accomplishing tasks and obtaining desired results as needed.


This is a full-time position. Compensation is provided at a salary rate depending on experience and/or project specific requirements. Our benefits include cell phone reimbursement, company credit card, company vehicle, paid vacation, paid sick time, paid holidays, medical benefits, and a 401K retirement program.

  • 401(k) 4% Match
  • Company truck
  • Dental insurance
  • Fuel card
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off


Our commitment to safety is shared by all employees of Clear Creek, owners, managers, field supervisors, salesmen, and water treatment personnel play important roles in the development and implementation of our safety policies. The three key points of our safety program that we would like to highlight are:

  • We have a written Drug and Alcohol Substance Abuse Program.
  • Our safety program is based upon the fact that safety is everyone’s responsibility and that everyone has the responsibility to stop work if they feel their own safety, the safety of another, or the safety of equipment is being compromised.
  • CCS requires Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Safety meeting to be completed at the beginning of each shift and as the operational plan changes during the shift.

Anyone interested should contact Jayson Martino at (206) 695-2120 or send their resume to

About the Company 

Clear Creek Systems, is a leading water technology company, specializing in the treatment of groundwater, stormwater construction dewatering, industrial process water, PFAS and other hard to treat sources. For over 25 years Clear Creek has been a pioneer in providing turn-key services, including design, build, install & operation. Our experience using a range of water treatment technologies allows us to provide customers with both custom and cost-effective solutions.


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