Leidos

We Are Leidos

For more than 40 years we have been tackling some of the biggest problems that face our nation and our world.

We bring a mix of innovative technology and sector expertise to customers in defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets.

Our approach is holistic, looking at all the interconnected complexities of a problem. Our brand of science is collaborative, with knowledge shared across disciplines. And our focus is always on making the real world better.

 

Leidos Albuquerque, NM, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Job Description: Leidos is actively interviewing for an Environmental Engineer to support our team at Kirtland AFB, NM.  SUMMARY: Provide recommendations on test events in regards to environmental compliance and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Monitor and review operations and proposed construction projects to assure compliance with published environmental criteria. Conducts appraisals, field inspections, and follow-up activities of environmental and safety programs at test sites, and other sites, to determine effectiveness and compliance with all established environmental regulations and policies. Provide estimates for the demolition of damaged structures and clean-up of any hazardous areas. Calibrate and maintain various gas sensors and Photoionization detectors (PIDs). Develop and conduct environmental training. Develop training plans, and conduct training to ensure environmental compliance responsibilities. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinating with government customers on a routine basis to recommend environmental and NEPA compliance of future  tests Inspecting test sites to ensure compliance with environmental and safety requirements Planning and conducting environmental training Conducting calibration of gas sensors and PIDs Communicating of test results in both oral and written formats Providing environmental oversight and guidance to a test team BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or Chemical Engineering with four years of experience in Environmental Health and Safety Capable of wearing a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) (approximately 50 lbs.) while performing inspections of underground tunnels and target structures Knowledge of government test procedures Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of tools Ability to lift test articles weighing up to 50 pounds Ability to work as an individual and in a team environment Ability to obtain the following certifications:      -OSHA CFR 29 Confined Space Training      -OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, HAZWOPER regulation, 29 CFR 1910.120 U.S. citizen Secret clearance, eligible for Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)  clearance ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Project Management Professional Knowledge of Countering WMD chemical threats or CBRN threats Top Secret clearance CPR, First Aid, First Responder Certification Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Centennial, CO, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Job Description: Leidos is seeking a Lead Environmental Specialist on the Antarctic Support Contract (ASC) in Centennial, CO. Primary Responsibilities Include : Coordinates on-ice activities related to remediation, monitoring sampling programs and education with the on-ice ASC Environmental Engineer primarily and the ASC EHS Station Lead.  In addition, generates professional documentation on findings and outcomes of remediation and monitoring events and sample analysis. Interfaces with ASC Environmental Department, Safety and Waste Management staff, primarily, and, Laboratory staff, principal investigators and subcontractors, secondarily.  Performs training and educational programs for the community with respect to environmental protection, waste management and national and international policies and regulations relating to environmental operations in the Antarctic. Interacts with National Science Foundation, military and other agency officials, both over the telephone and in person, in a professional and tactful manner. Maintains a working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of instrumentation, including but not limited to such general environmental monitoring laboratory equipment as photoionization detectors, oxygen meters, composite wastewater samplers, TPH and VOC analyzers, and data collection and archiving devices. Maintains a comfortable working knowledge of GPS units and field electronic data collection. Responsible for organizing and arranging resources in order to address remediation sites in the field.  Performs environmental evaluation of contaminated sites including full cradle to grave remediation operations.  Typical scenarios may include operations such as: sampling, on site analytical assessment and physical clean up including soil excavation, as well as ensuring contaminated media is properly manifested and logged and treated or removed from station. Conceives and carries out programs to ensure environmental education and awareness throughout the stations and associated field camps. Collection and subsequent analysis of field data from contaminated soil sampling, ice core sampling, snow sampling etc.  Collects environmental samples (ambient and source) for site characterization and monitoring purposes, as required. Maintains databases of GIS information as well as contaminate concentrations and analytical data from current and historical environmental operations. Active member of the station spill response team. Ensures accurate inventories of spare parts and supplies for repairing and calibrating equipment and instrumentation.  Keeps an accurate inventory of all consumable laboratory and sampling supplies and is responsible for ordering new ones. Performs laboratory analysis of water and wastewater samples for measurements of biological oxygen demand (BOD), volatile suspended solids, phosphorus, nitrogen, nitrite, nitrate, total Kjeldahl nitrogen, alkalinity, hardness, pH, chlorine residue, dissolved oxygen, and coliforms as required. Records data and prepares technical reports describing site work.           Writes professional documents for presentation and review by NSF.  Documents may include Scopes of Work, Remedial Action Plans, Environmental Assessments, Records of Environmental Review, Summary reports, and various technical documents. Responsible for maintaining a safe workplace program and ensuring safety is the highest priority in the workplace. Performs other duties as required. Required Qualifications : A Bachelor degree in Environmental Health, Environmental Science, Biology, Geology, Hydrogeology, Chemistry or closely related field is required. Requires 2 years prior experience within ASC Environmental performing water sampling, remediation projects, environmental education and working under the Antarctic Conservation Act. Minimum of four years of responsible experience related to contaminated site assessment and remediation, environmental risk assessment, field environmental sampling, monitoring, instrumentation, laboratory analyses and data management.  Excellent writing skills are expected.  Must be willing and able to lift and move items, parts, assemblies and equipment up to the safety regulation maximum. Willingness and ability to deploy to Antarctica for extended periods is required. Must be willing and able to perform physical activities including heavy lifting, climbing in and out of equipment, crawling, and working outdoors. Must successfully complete the physical, dental and psychological (if applicable) examinations as required by the NSF for deploying to Antarctica. Must participate in community programs, such as “house-mouse” (chores), “daisy-picking” (cleaning-up around the station), recycling efforts and safety objectives. Experience in science support and coordination. US citizenship or Permanent US Resident status is required. Preferred Qualifications : Master’s degree in Environmental Science, Geology, Hydrogeology, Chemistry, Biology or closely related field. HAZWOPPER certification preferred Extensive experience organizing and leading fieldwork, particularly in the deep field, in Antarctica preferred.  Scientific publication history and geographical information systems experience preferred. Knowledge of USAP organization and on-ice experience preferred. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Edison, NJ, USA
Aug 01, 2019
Full time
Job Description: No two career paths will ever look the same.   At   Leidos,   we know the most talented and diverse IT and engineering professionals will always have a multitude of career choices; your time at Leidos will be a wise investment in your career and in yourself. Our   Civil business   is helping to modernize and manage infrastructure, systems and controls, and cybersecurity for civilian agencies and commercial clients around the globe. With core competencies in information technology, energy and environment, complex logistics, and specialized engineering, we solve technical challenges and implement newfound efficiencies on a number of programs! Protect yourself and your family, with the   benefits   of working for a world-class employer.   When you join Leidos,   you join a Fortune 500 company and one of Ethisphere Institute's "World's Most Ethical Companies"   Leidos...We strive to make the complex clear Under the SERAS Contract, an Environmental Scientist, will support a Team that provides Air Monitoring and Sampling at Hazardous Waste Sites, Environmental Emergency Responses, Vapor Intrusion sites and other events or sites to ensure public health and safety To US EPA's Environmental Response Team (ERT). Environmental multimedia (liquid and solid) sampling is also possible using EPA, NIOSH, OSHA or ASTM methods. The right candidate will be groomed to lead small to medium sized projects independently. The candidate will be responsible for documenting all aspects of the work performed. Work may be performed under one of the following authorities: Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA), Oil Pollution Act (OPA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP), Presidential Decision Directives (PDD) 39, 62, and 63, National Response Framework (NRF), Robert T. Stafford Natural Disaster Act, Federal Emergency Management Act (FEMA) and other legislative acts. Response support will be provided to all ten EPA regions ranging from emergency, time-critical Removal actions, Homeland Security/Incident of National Significance (INS) to non-time critical Removal and Remedial actions.   Primary Responsibilities The ideal candidate will be part of the team that supports our U.S. EPA client in two ways: equipment maintenance and on-site support. Initially, the candidate will maintain, troubleshoot, repair and calibrate air monitoring and sampling equipment. These tasks may be performed daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and/or on an annual basis. The candidate will maintain records and prepare clear and concise reports. As competency is demonstrated the candidate will operate and use air monitoring and sampling equipment during field events with potential hazardous materials exposure requiring higher Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) levels. The candidate may provide support for activities, may need to work on weekends or holidays for high profile projects and/or emergency responses. Some travel may be required with minimal advance notice. Under the SERAS Contract the selected candidate will support a Team that provides Air Monitoring and Sampling at Hazardous Waste Sites, Environmental Emergency Responses, Vapor Intrusion sites and other events or sites to ensure public health and safety. Basic Qualifications Bachelor's Degree or higher in the Physical, Earth or Computer Sciences. Two to three or more years of experience with environmental investigations. Experience with real-time air monitoring instrumentation or air sampling equipment. Strong written and oral communications skills. Ability to work in a Team atmosphere. Ability to travel 25% of the time, sometimes on short notice. Preferred Qualifications Knowledge of EPA, NIOSH and/or OSHA air sampling methods and/or experience with real-time air monitoring instrumentation. Current 40 Hour Hazwoper training in conformance with 40 CFR 1910.120. Some project management experience. Experience with EPA liquid and solid sampling methods and procedures. Experience with small electronic equipment and repair. Familiarity with electrical concepts. Strong computer skills with ability to understand computer Networks. Knowledge of SCRIBE and/or VIPER is a plus. This position requires successful completion of a government background check to access government facilities and systems. Work cannot begin on the contract without a fully adjudicated security clearance. If you are not a United States Citizen or Green Card holder, this check could take 12-18 months to complete.   Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 32,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $10.19 billion for the fiscal year ended December 28, 2018. For more information, visit   www.Leidos.com . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Oak Ridge, TN, USA
Aug 01, 2019
Full time
Job Description: Leidos Inc., has an exciting opportunity for a Remediation Engineer. The Remediation Engineer will work with project teams under the supervision of Program Managers. The Remediation Engineer will provide office and field support for a full scope of environmental services including assessment, remediation, optimization, operation & maintenance, and monitoring at sites impacted by various contaminants in soil, sediment, and groundwater. Projects include in-situ bioremediation and chemical oxidation design and implementation, remediation system optimization, construction specifications, remediation system maintenance and operation, pilot testing, site restoration, and injection/extraction well installation and abandonment. This opportunity allows for telecommuting with up to 25% travel possible. Field support includes site visits/studies, groundwater and remediation system monitoring, and subcontractor supervision. Office support includes developing plans and specifications, permitting, writing reports, work plans, and other project and client documents. Responsibilities include review and analysis of engineering, hydrogeological, and chemical data to identify contaminant trends or patterns based on analysis, summarize findings and conclusions of the data analysis. The role also includes evaluation of remedial alternatives, selection of remedial actions, remedial design, and construction oversight. The candidate will support the development of CERCLA and RCRA planning and reporting documents. Additional duties include coordinating technical documents through various stages of document generation and production, and communicating effectively with the document team plus completing the document within the designated schedule. Required Education & Experience : Must possess a minimum of a BS degree in Engineering (chemical, environmental, or civil) and have passed the PE exam or be able to acquire PE within 12 months of employment. A minimum of 10 years experience in environmental consulting with minimum 5 years of dedicated experience in remediation design for treatment of contaminants including: petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, metals, pesticides, explosives, PFAS, and PCBs. Ability to work independently, adapt to a changing work environment, strong problem-solving skills, solid communication skills, and self-motivated. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Products is required. Candidate will be required to obtain access to, and conduct work on, U.S. Government installations. Candidates must have a valid driver's license and be able to travel. Must have current OSHA 1910.120 hazardous waste worker certification (e.g., ability to perform fieldwork at hazardous waste sites). Desired Skills : Experience with and knowledge of in-situ and ex-situ remediation technologies and remediation systems, including bioaugmentation, cometabolism, groundwater extraction, reductive dechlorination, chemical oxidation, air-sparging, soil-vapor extraction, stabilization. Strong familiarity with site characterization, data-requirements, and compliance with state and federal regulations as they pertain to remedial design. Proficiency in field documentation, technical report writing, budgeting, and analysis skills. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com