Careers

Project Manager

Quest has an opening for a Project Manager position. The Project Manager participates in all aspects of the company’s professional services, including active participation in both site selection and economic development projects. Project Manager responsibilities include working with and managing project teams on site selection projects, including site and infrastructure assessments, demographic analysis, GIS mapping analysis, labor market evaluations, financial analysis, tax and incentive analysis, and considerable report writing and production. The Project Manager will also be responsible for managing economic development projects.

The Project Manager will be directed by and interact with other professional Quest staff, will communicate with economic development representatives across North America, and interact with client representatives. The Project Manager will also participate in industry speaking events.

Extensive travel is required for the Project Manager position, sometimes with very short notice. The work at Quest is project-oriented, and therefore driven by deadlines.

Qualifications

Quest is seeking applicants with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (particularly in business, economics, geography, engineering, finance, or a related field) and preferably a Master’s degree. Required experience is a minimum of five years with a development firm, economic development agency, or other related business. Relevant internship experience can be included.

  • Applicants must be proficient in MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Google Earth, and/or proficiency in a foreign language is a plus.
  • Attention to detail is paramount for success in the Project Manager position. Excellent written and oral communication skills are also critical to the Project Manager position.
  • Project Manager must also be willing and able to travel and work non-traditional hours when required in order to meet client deadlines.

For consideration, email your resume and salary expectations to careers@questsitesolutions.com

Business Analyst

Quest has a career opportunity for a Business Analyst. Analyst responsibilities include working with project teams on site selection projects, including site and infrastructure assessments, demographic analysis, GIS mapping analysis, labor market evaluations, financial analysis, tax and incentive analysis, and considerable report writing and production. The Business Analyst will also be involved with economic development projects.

The Business Analyst will be directed by and interact with other professional Quest staff, communicate with economic development representatives across North America, and interact with client representatives.

Travel is required for this position, sometimes with very short notice. The work at Quest is project-oriented, and therefore driven by deadlines.

Qualifications

Quest is seeking candidates with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (particularly in business, economics, geography, engineering, finance, or a related field) and preferably a Master’s degree. Required experience is a minimum of one year with a development firm, economic development agency, or other related business. Relevant internship experience is acceptable.

  • Applicants must be proficient in office software products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Google Earth, and/or proficiency in a foreign language is a plus.
  • Excellent organizational skills as well as written and oral communication skills are critical for this role.
  • The Business Analyst must also be willing and able to travel and work non-traditional hours when required in order to meet client deadlines.

For consideration, email your resume and salary expectations to careers@questsitesolutions.com


The equal employment opportunity policy of Quest Site Solutions provides for a fair and equal employment opportunity for all associates and job applicants regardless of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, familial status, disability, or genetic information, in compliance with applicable federal, state and local law.