Candidates should have the desire & ability to work across a broad range of environmental disciplines to include data collection and data reduction, environmental compliance and permitting issues, and database maintenance & development. Interest and familiarity with hazardous waste/hazardous materials management, storm water, surface water, potable water, air compliance and permitting issues and federal, state, and local regulations governing these areas is desirable. Responsibilities include:
- Gathers data; prepares charts, maps, field diagrams, and schematics.
- Prepares field reports, internal correspondence and sections of formal reports with supervision and review of project managers.
- Contacts vendors, develops scopes of work, gets bids, and forwards information to subcontract administrator.
- Follows company safety standards and site safety standards.
- Performs engineering and scientific calculations, may perform air modeling work using various programs, preliminary analysis, and permitting work.
- Knowledgeable in computer word processing, spreadsheet and database programs.
- Knowledgeable of federal law and regulations such as the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act, and equivalent California law and regulations covering Hazardous Waste/ Hazardous Materials and Storm Water compliance is a plus.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- MS Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook), PowerPoint; familiarity and working knowledge of ArcGIS, AutoCAD, or other software is also a plus.
- Must be an organized, motivated and detail-oriented team player.
BS or MS in Engineering Discipline (Civil, Environmental) or Physical Science.
EIT preferred if engineer.
- Some knowledge of basic or standard field procedures and techniques.
- Prefer experience in writing technical studies and reports, collecting field data, and writing internal correspondence.
- 1 – 2 years working in environmental compliance and permitting or related environmental.
- Must pass drug test, MVR check and federal government background check.
- Must be a U.S. resident or have permanent residency.
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