The Senior Project Manager will take on leadership capacity in various project types ranging from forensic investigations to new construction consulting, including managing other technical staff at RDH. The Senior Project Manager represents RDH, directly interacting with clients, with overall responsibility from project inception to completion, including managing project budgets and invoicing. The Senior Project Manager is also responsible for managing RDH clients, and continual efforts to develop new business and expand RDH’s current client base through various business development efforts.


  • Provide project management, technical oversight, and guidance on a wide range of highly complex projects, combining disciplines/services. Provide architectural stamp as needed.
  • Design solutions in a mature, creative, and experienced manner by modifying established guides, devising new approaches, applying existing criteria in new ways, and drawing conclusions from comparative situations.
  • Maintain and develop new client relations. Effectively wins project bids. Develop strategic partnerships that can enhance RDH’s services and expand its reach. Expands external industry presence beyond passive participation (i.e. publication, committee work, conferences, etc.)
  • Mentor and train Emerging Leaders. Act as a Subject Matter Expert and teach to a local internal audience.


  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited university.
  • Registration: Registered Massachusetts Engineer or Architect (Other New England states desirable)
  • Years of Experience: Minimum 8 years relevant experience
  • Experience: Lead knowledge expert in best practices and guidelines on projects and in the industry. Strong technical expertise of building science/engineering principles, building enclosure design, mechanical systems, building codes, and construction principles.


  • Communication: Presents complex information and recommendations both written and verbal to diverse stakeholders with confidence and impact. Empowers and motivates others, fostering a culture of collaboration and high performance. Inspires and leads with empathy and authenticity, driving positive change and impact.
  • Problem Solving: Creates new strategies and approaches to overcome challenges. Synthesizes information from multiple sources to develop comprehensive solutions.
  • Collaboration: Fosters collaboration and knowledge sharing across departments. Collaborates with external partners and stakeholders to drive results.
  • Leadership: Significant influence to the career development of ~ 7-15 staff members including some who also have significant responsibility, by facilitating their movement across readiness levels, through project assignments and project-related mentoring. Guides organizational change and leads by example. Strategizes and sets long-term regional service area goals.
  • Mentoring and Coaching: Provides feedback and helps colleagues and peers (architects and engineers) develop their professional skills. Teaches and guides others on complex project tasks, advanced techniques, and industry knowledge.
  • Time management: Improves efficiency and reduce manual effort. Improves existing time management systems and tools for better project and/or team productivity.
  • Technology: Demonstrates advanced proficiency in Office 365 tools and in using industry/role-specific software or tools related to engineering, analysis, or modeling, depending on the service/discipline/area of expertise.
  • Critical/Strategic Thinking: Develops and implements strategic initiatives that anticipate and address emerging industry trends and client needs. Integrates strategic thinking with operational execution, aligning resources and activities to achieve long-term project and business objectives. Ability to strengthen consulting services business model alignment with strategic project direction.
  • Innovation: Drives the development and implementation of innovative solutions that drive business growth and competitive advantage. Supports the culture of innovation and fosters an environment where creative thinking is encouraged.
  • Continuous Improvement: Develops and implements initiatives for continuous learning and knowledge sharing, driving ongoing improvement and innovation. Actively participates in professional development opportunities of others.
  • Adaptability: Thrives in complex and dynamic work environments, adapting strategies and approaches to meet evolving needs and client requirements. Embraces change as an opportunity for growth and innovation, encouraging others to adapt and embrace new ways of working to stay ahead of the competition.
  • Emotional Intelligence: Promotes a positive emotional climate by creating a supportive and inclusive work environment that encourages psychological safety and growth. Utilizes emotional intelligence when leading teams to navigate complex interpersonal dynamics and build strong, trusting relationships with clients, stakeholders, and colleagues.


The base salary range for this position is $115,000 – $135,000 annualized for a full-time role. Salary is dependent various factors, including qualifications, skills, competencies, experience, and location. You may also be eligible for discretionary incentives and share ownership.

We offer a robust benefits package to support the well-being of our employees. This includes: GRSP/401K contributions, Health and Dental coverage, Primary Caregiver benefits, Vacation and Sick Time, Statutory Holiday substitutions, and a learning fund of $1,000 per year for education or career goals.


RDH is an amazing place to work. A role with RDH is a career commitment to learn and grow alongside inspiring and dedicated people who care deeply about making buildings better.

We are an employee-owned consulting firm with 300 employees in nine offices across North America. Our core area of business is the integration of building science engineering, architecture, and construction management to optimize the performance of the building enclosure (walls, windows and roofs). Since our beginnings in 1997, we have become industry leaders in North America and continue to grow as we focus on technical excellence and delivering high-quality projects.

We offer a positive workplace with incredible teams, opportunities for professional growth, development and ownership. As well as your background, we seek alignment with RDH’s core values: 1) commit to excellence, 2) act with integrity, 3) work as a team 4) do what it takes, and 5) always learn.

Our collaborative teams fuel our mission of Making Buildings Better. We seek balanced representation in our teams, and to achieve a welcoming and inclusive community for all people who share a passion for our values and mission. We believe diverse thought, ideas, and voices make us great – people of different identities, races, ethnicities, genders, ages, orientations, religions, abilities, education, cultures, and skills. We are committed to equity through building teams based on qualifications, merit, and business needs. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Additional information on our expertise, projects, and culture can be found at


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