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About the Position: The Alaska District is seeking to fill an Environmental Engineer/Scientist position located in the Engineering and Construction Division, Environmental and Special Programs Branch, Environmental Engineering Section. An ideal candidate will have strong experience in contaminated site investigation and remediation. Possess an indepth knowledge of physical science, to include excellent interpersonal, written and communication skills, detail-orientated, a passion for helping others in a team environment, and exceptional customer service skills.
About the Location: Anchorage, Alaska, with a population of 292,000, offers rich culture from unique shopping and dining to fishing, hunting, camping, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and dog sledding. It is home to the University of Alaska Anchorage and other smaller community colleges. Winter delivers snow and ice conditions from November through March with 6 to 8 hours of daylight and average temperatures of 20 to-10°F; Summer sees up to 18 hours of daylight and average temperatures in the mid-70s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7JeAwdlf5I&feature=youtu.be
Who May Apply: US Citizens
Occasional travel - Temporary Travel is required up to 25%
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