Material Matters, Inc. (MM), a successful Pennsylvania-based environmental consulting firm of 20 years, is seeking a successor to the retiring founding company President. This position includes a salary plus an equity partnership opportunity with unlimited growth potential.
MM is an interdisciplinary team of highly qualified/experienced wastewater-treatment and residuals-management specialists serving both municipal and private sector clients. MM is a recognized leader in this specialized water environment industry sector, often partnering with large national/international engineering firms on selected assignments. MM operates in an exclusive niche, connecting with each client to develop innovative, synergistic solutions. Projects, employees, and publications are detailed at https://materialmatters.com/.
The successful candidate will have at least 8 years related consulting experience (12 yrs. preferred), a BS degree in relevant environmental science or engineering (professional engineer license (PE) and/or graduate degree(s) preferred). Outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills and experience with proposal development, budgeting, driving business development, and employee/project management are essential. Knowledge of corporate financial management matters are also necessary to succeed in this position.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or handicap.
Founded in 1997, Material Matters is a nationally recognized consulting firm directly involved in all aspects of biosolids and residuals processing, management, product placement and marketing, and beneficial use across the US.
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