A Day in the Life: Senior Consultant

Meet Phillip Sodipo. Watch the interview below to learn why he loves his job, how many states his job has taken him to, and how he sees sustainability and resiliency in his day-to-day work.

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Q&A

What is it like to be a Senior Consultant?

I wear many different hats including Team Leader. My role includes traveling to job sites, writing reports, coordinating research and working with project managers. 

What makes your job exciting?

Traveling throughout the country is probably the most exciting aspect of the job for me. I've been to 48 states in the past 6 years.

What is your workday like?

My morning begins with connecting with clients. In the afternoon, I'm usually reviewing client reports or I'm writing reports. 

What is a property assessment?

We check the roof, electrical systems, fire sprinkler systems, and really anything that could be a potential hazard for the client in the years to come.

What advice do you have for someone who wants to do what you do?

First, you have to be flexible. Next, juggling multiple projects and having great time management skills.

How do you see RPS' goals of sustainability and resiliency in your job?

As we conduct surveys, we take note of lighting or roofing membranes and encourage clients to use more sustainable and energy-efficient materials. This helps make the company more resilient in the long term.

What do you enjoy?

Anything outdoors - hiking, biking, traveling. Watching good movies and reading a good book.

 

Sustainability and Resiliency: "As we conduct surveys, we take note of lighting or roofing membranes and encourage clients to use more sustainable and energy-efficient materials. This helps make the company more resilient in the long term."

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