The candidate(s) should be capable of understanding, investigating, documenting, and monitoring complex environmental projects and will provide oversight and technical support on a variety of projects. The ability to operate within fast-paced schedules and tight deadlines on multiple projects is necessary. Successful candidates will be able to collaborate with senior staff, manage teams, and interact with clients handling environmental matters.
Scientists – Engineers – Project Managers – LSPs – PEs
- Oversee and manage diverse environmental assessment and remediation projects
- Analyze laboratory and engineering data
- Collaborate on regulatory and summary reports for senior review
- Able to communicate effectively (written and verbally) with co-workers, clients, and subcontractors
- Able to work with Sr. Managers to address technically complex projects in a fast-paced environment
- Able to meet deadlines, both internally and externally
- Other project duties as assigned by senior staff
- Moderate travel and/or field work (valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required)
Desired Skills and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Geology, Environmental Science, or related environmental field, Supplemental degrees / certifications welcomed
- Professional Licensure (PE or PG) or MA Licensed Site Professional (LSP) Certification desirable, but not required.
- Minimum of 3-12 years’ experience in technical activities directly related to Environmental Assessment and Remediation activities, including report writing and field investigation.
Knowledge & Skills
- Excellent leadership skills and ability to communicate effectively with clients, regulators, and staff
- Must be able to perform complex tasks and handle multiple priorities and have the ability to perform exceptionally well under fast paced conditions.
- Proficient in computer operations and standard software packages (word processing, spreadsheets, Adobe).
- Work on job sites, able to carry and operate field testing equipment
- Position requires Health & Safety Certification pursuant to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER 40 Hour)