Weston Solutions, Inc.

Weston Solutions, Inc. (WESTON®) delivers integrated environmental, sustainability, property redevelopment, energy, and construction solutions.

Dedicated to making a difference in the world, our 1,650 people have been reaching out from 60 offices around the globe respond to our clients' toughest problems for more than 55 years.

Weston Solutions, Inc. Anchorage, Alaska, USA
Jun 22, 2019
Full time
Description The Project Scientist carries out project duties as established by the Project Manager with the scientist's concurrence.    The objective is to produce a result (monitor ­ ing, data, analysis and conclusions, final r eport, recommen ­ dations, etc.)   which satisfies the client's needs. Expected Outcomes Collects samples, analyzes data and prepares reports in area of specialty on projects. Maintains up-to-date sampling, monitoring and testing techniques ensuring the credibility of data collected. Prepares and recommends scientifically valid and appropriate quality assurance program for data collection activities. Coordinates scientific findings with other scien ­ tific disciplines and organizations.    Demonstrate inter-relationships of biological and chemical parameters measured. Provides technical assistance to ensure that the environmental report is technically valid and results are coordinated for added continuity and control of project reports. Prepares the sections of proposals relating to his or her area of specialty within regards to scope,  manhours , and equipment needed. Is familiar with potential hazards (safety and health) associated with project activities and advises project manager of procedures to mitigate. Acting as a working leader, coordinates all sampling and analytical activities in an efficient manner to ensure that the project requirements and deadlines are met. Coordinates the preparation of required interim and final reports for projects. Acts as liaison with other scientific and engineer ­ ing disciplines to ensure the efficient and smooth implementation to project directives. As needed, conducts literature surveys encompass ­ ing all disciplines studies for projects. Site responsibilities range from being totally responsible for the execution of a job to directing the efforts of 5 to 10 people from his/her own and other departments.    At times, may function as part of project managed by another depart ­ ment of division.    Output may consist of a few pages or an entire report. Past and prospective clients may be contacted for informa ­ tion purposes, usually with the Department Manager's prior knowledge. Serves as leader of a field data collection team.    Controls all field operations, data collection techniques, analyses, timetables, field budgets. Writes proposals, 255 Forms, and gives presentations to prospective clients. Analyzes problems via literature search and information compilation.    Understands and conducts scientific literature searches.    Assesses data as it relates to project information collected. Usually produces results in the form of reports. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities BS or BA in natural sciences plus 7  years experience . Strong communication, verbal and written Field work capability Good organization ability Data analysis Compatibility with other workers Well-read in most sciences plus all environmental areas Demonstrated ability to carry out independent original scientific work. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Weston Solutions, Inc. West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Jun 22, 2019
Full time
Description  Weston Solutions, Inc. (WESTON) has been a leading provider of environmental services for sixty years.   We work with our clients in both the public and private sectors to help identify, solve, mitigate and manage critical environmental issues to help clients achieve a more sustainable future. The Emissions Testing Specialist must be ready to learn and grow within Weston’s Integrated Air Services (IAS) Group. Specific responsibilities include: Assemble, operate, calibrate and repair emission testing equipment. Mobilization and set-up of sampling equipment and mobile laboratory. Perform source testing as per EPA test methods. Travel is up to 60% and most work is performed on elevated platforms outdoors. Qualifications BS degree in an Environmental, Physical Science, or Engineering discipline preferred or High School diploma plus 2 years related experience. Experience with power plant and/or pulp and paper industry is a plus. Valid driver’s license with clean driving record. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Weston Solutions, Inc. Edison, New Jersey, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Description Weston Solutions, Inc. (WESTON®) has an immediate opening for a full-time Environmental Scientist in our Edison, NJ office.  The position will include work in both field and office environments performing investigations and remediation of hazardous waste sites.  Specific duties will include, but are not limited to, sampling environmental media (soil, water, waste, air, etc.), chemical and physical screening of samples in the field, shipping samples to laboratories for analyses, evaluating analytical results, and preparing reports of investigations and Removal Actions. The position is not in a research or analytical laboratory, but may involve procuring laboratory services. The selected candidate will be an integral member of a project team with key contributions and responsibilities; required to interface with internal and external clients; responsible for project deliverables; meeting milestones; and clearly communicating to the project team.  The position is for a dedicated contract for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2.  Fieldwork and travel within NY, NJ, PR and the USVI is required.  We are seeking a motivated individual with strong communication, interpersonal and analytical skills; strong organization skills, ownership and accountability; and the ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and anticipate team needs. The successful candidate will also have a strong desire to support the mission of protecting public health and the environment.   Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: B.S. degree in Chemistry, Geology or Environmental Science plus at least 1-2 years of experience related to environmental investigation is required.   Experience related to hazardous site investigation is preferred. Experience may include relevant employment or internships. An M.S. degree in any of the above scientific fields may substitute for the experience requirement. Fieldwork and travel within NY, NJ, PR, and the USVI is required. Collection of multi-media samples, on-site characterization of environmental samples, donning and doffing of PPE, use and applications of air monitoring and other environmental field instrumentation, and use of GPS. Evaluation of analytical data quality, environmental data interpretation, excellent writing, report preparation and computer skills (Microsoft Office). OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training in accordance with OSHA  29 CFR 1910. Experience in the applications of GIS/database management preferred. Must be eligible to work in the US and have a valid driver's license. Spanish fluency is a plus. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Weston Solutions, Inc. North Billerica, Billerica, Massachusetts, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Description WESTON's Billerica, Massachusetts office has an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dedicated environmental professional under our highly successful US EPA START program. The selected candidate will be provided with a wide range of learning opportunities and field experience to broaden their professional skills while working on unique assignments for our strategic Client. Our multidisciplinary team participates in a variety of projects under the EPA Removal and pre-Remedial programs, including hazardous waste site investigations, environmental assessments, removal actions, preparedness and prevention planning, emergency response to chemical and oil spills, and other technical assignments. Tasks include project management, extensive client contact, field activities, data interpretation, report preparation, and other technical support activities. Our team is seeking a motivated individual with strong communication, interpersonal and analytical skills; solid organization skills, ownership and accountability; and the ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and anticipate team needs. The successful candidate will also have a strong desire to support the mission of protecting public health and the environment. A minimum of a H.S. degree, 40-hour OSHA Hazwoper training, and direct on-scene experience with hazardous substance and oil releases and spills is required. A BS degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Geology or other discipline is preferred.  Travel is required mainly throughout New England. Must be a U.S. citizen and be able to pass applicable background checks and regular drug screenings. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com