Position requires a B.S. degree in environmental science, engineering, geology or related discipline; a fundamental understanding of geology, hydrogeology, and groundwater pollution processes; and experience with data management and graphics software. The applicant should function well in a team environment and have experience in conducting basic technical library and internet information searches; should possess the ability to compile, organize, chart and synthesize environmental data using standard software; to extract specific information from technical documents; and to perform simple regulatory file reviews. Excellent written and oral communication skills are a must. Experience with Excel and Access, Illustrator or similar graphics software, Surfer and GIS software a plus.