Project Manager

Detroit, MI
Full Time

Elzly Technology Corporation (Elzly) is seeking to fill a full-time Project Manager position (remote) to support a myriad of clients and exciting projects, at Elzly within metro Detroit (mid-west). Elzly is a growing consulting-engineering firm that provides technical and subject matter expertise for the prevention and control of corrosion. Our services include assisting our clients with field investigations of corrosion phenomena, research and testing of materials, developing and delivery of training materials, development of specifications, and on-site/field support to Elzly’s and our parent organization’s (KTA Tator, Inc.) customers. Culturally, we focus on providing our customers a valuable service while creating an enjoyable and professional organization, allowing employees maximum opportunity to express their individual talents and participate in professional development activities through in-house, hands-on, formal training, and certifications.


  • A successful candidate will provide technical project management and actively participate in various projects for the Department of Defense as well as other government and commercial clients.
  • Projects executed by the successful candidate will tangibly improve military readiness and address the decay of highway structures by preventing corrosion on air, ground, and sea weapons systems as well as infrastructure assets.
  • This is a mid to senior level position with Elzly and as such the following can be expected:
    • Plan, coordinate, and execute engineering/technical work on multiple significant programs.
    • Serve as major clients’ primary point of contact.
    • Plan, coordinate, and perform the logistics associated with the successful execution of on-site project tasks which can involve teams of engineers and subcontractors on projects.
    • Travel to customers’ sites, project sites, military installations, conferences/symposia/meetings, and other required locations to lead the execution of project tasking.
    • Serve as the author/initial reviewer of project work, ensuring compliance with existing standards and client’s requirements.
  • As the successful candidate gains experience at Elzly, they can expect increasing levels of technical and management responsibility on larger and more complex projects/programs, including representing the company to professional organizations, military, and commercial clients.
  • Travel will be required, may include some international travel, and varies by job assignment (expected minimum of 33%) – required.
  • Candidate must be a U.S. Citizen and be willing to pursue (or have) a Government security clearance  – required.
  • A minimum of ten years of experience with a technical or project management bachelor’s degree. (Individuals with other 4-year degrees or have worked in this area without a degree are welcomed to apply.) – required.
    • Advanced education, industry certifications, or military service in a similar role may substitute for up to five years of experience. – optional.
  • Related experience managing projects and mentoring/supervising personnel in project execution. – required.
  • Excellent written and/or verbal communication skills; writing samples will be requested if not submitted with the resume – required.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite in addition to the ability to work effectively both collaboratively and independently, including in a remote environment – required.
  • The candidate should have demonstratable experience with the use of basic hand tools and familiarity with electronic and mechanical systems, and laboratory test equipment – highly desired.
  • Prior experience working/serving in the Department of Defense – highly desired.

This position at Elzly will be a remote position collaborating with Elzly staff in our Vineland, NJ and Reston, VA offices. It is also expected that a good portion of this work will be executed at our customer’s facilities and other off-site locations (e.g., military installations, bridges/highway structures, etc.). Elzly’s has a flexible remote work structure that is offered to motivated individuals and self-starters commensurate with the ability of the candidate to work independently and effectively in a remote environment. However, we also believe that collaboration with other staff members provides an opportunity for individuals to successfully integrate into a collaborative team structure that Elzly wishes to foster, and during the initial six months of employment the successful candidate will be provided the opportunity temporarily work out of the Vineland, NJ and Reston, VA offices for on-boarding, training, and collaboration with other Elzly staff members they will be working with in the coming years.

Physical Requirements
Close, distance, color, and depth vision, manual dexterity (to handle small objects, instruments, or gages), ability to adjust focus, work from a ladder or lift occasionally, safely lift 20 pounds, walk on uneven ground or terrain, work in confined spaces, crawl for extended periods of time, enter 24 inch diameter space, hear, work outside (including inclement weather), wear a respirator, speak and smell.

KTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are ACTIVELY looking to increase the DIVERSITY of our company. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. KTA is a Standing Firm Company. Elzly Technology Corporation (Elzly) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KTA-Tator, Inc. (KTA). AA/EOE, including disability/vets


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