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Industrial Hygiene Project Manager

Location(s): Littleton, CO 


The Industrial Hygiene (IH) Project Manager Position leverages our current capabilities in the commercial/industrial site assessment, asbestos and hazardous building materials survey and abatement management, and demolition management service areas. This position is critical in accomplishing our goal of growing our business while maintaining the highest quality and our exceptional reputation.

The IH Project Manager will report directly to the Landmark Operations Manager and will have project-specific lines of reporting to the Landmark’s Principals. The IH Project Manager will work with our Management Team in the performance of tactical/technical aspects of our work to develop our relationships with our customers and to mentor junior staff members. The IH Project Manager will track to a Senior Project Manager position based on a series of professional growth and business metrics.

The position is expected to require approximately 10%-20% travel.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsibilities include technical and financial project management in the following service areas: asbestos/hazardous building materials investigations, abatement/demolition management, environmental due diligence, and IH assessments. Projects will be of varying complexity under varying levels of direction and supervision, with latitude for independent action and decision. Depending upon the project size, the IH PM will lead or participate in field investigations, data analysis, and report preparation.

Responsibilities also include the capture of new business, quality assurance improvement, project team supervision, and mentoring of junior staff toward their clearly established goals. The candidate must have strong communication skills and be a “team player” who develops and maintains long-term business relationships with clients and staff.

Project and Task Management

  • Plans, executes, and finalizes projects in accordance with Clients’ and the Company’s expectations on scope, schedule, and budget while ensuring a high level of quality.

  • Effectively communicates project expectations and defines project success criteria for team members, efficiently resolves problems, and reports creative solutions to Landmark’s Principals.

  • Ensures that projects have been adequately planned and that work plans and health and safety plans are in place before starting the work.

  • Identifies, develops, and gathers the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing calculations, designs, reports, and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets, and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors.

  • Authors or supports the preparation of project deliverables. Quickly acquires an in-depth understanding of Landmark’s report preparation processes and technical quality standards.  

  • Manages financial performance goals for projects and takes the initiative regarding invoicing and collections. 

  • Promotes safe work practices and implements company and client safety policies for projects. Accountable for ensuring that safety requirements and culture are followed during the work.

  • Understands and is aware of project-related risks. Familiar with what could go wrong on a project and how to protect the Company. Aware of company risk policies.

  • Promotes continuous quality monitoring and improvement on projects. Monitors quality standards and practices. Engage Landmark Principals on projects at their onset.

  • Reviews contract documents and presents solutions to resolve significant issues. Resolves minor issues independently.

Business Development

  • Collaborates with Landmark Principals to develop business opportunities with specific new and existing customers.

  • Leads or supports proposal development. Ensures 100% on-time delivery of proposal documents, proposal quality, and RFP responsiveness.


  • BS degree in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science, or Engineering, with a minimum of five years of technical experience in the related service areas.

  • Minimum two years of experience in private-sector Professional Services/Project-Oriented business.

  • Minimum two years of experience in technical project management or task management.

  • One or more of the following Colorado certifications: Certified Asbestos Building Inspector (CABI), Lead-Based Paint (LBP) Inspector/Risk Assessor, and Asbestos Project Designer.

  • Preference will be given to candidates who reside in the Denver metro area and have a history of commercial and industrial projects in the region.

  • High proficiency in Microsoft productivity software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

  • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills.

  • Self-motivated and proactive in improving workflow improvements.

  • Proven ability to work with multiple deadlines and multiple priorities required.

  • Ability to work across a variety of projects and with diverse constituencies.


  • Salary Range will be $70,000 to $85,000 (depending on experience) on an annualized basis.

To Apply: Please send a current resume to, with the IH Project Manager Position in the subject line.

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