The tremendous positive impact and value this companies solutions bring to communities and society as a whole are clear.
They're integrating a multitude of these solution elements to build the smart environments of tomorrow. Boost your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow and succeed - collaborate within many facets of the business and interact with the full spectrum of staff from the entry level engineers/scientists to the senior business unit leadership.
You'll have the chance to support remediation projects across the globe, providing technical leadership while helping to grow the business. Working with other members of the team, you'll act as a senior technical consultant and strategist providing expertise and leadership in the form of project management, project technical consultant, regulatory subject matter expert, or senior QA/QC reviewer.
Here's What You'll Need
* Bachelors degree in geology, hydrogeology, civil/environmental engineering, or related field
* Professional experience in soil/groundwater investigations and remediation
* NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professional Certification (LSRP)
* Experience with various environmental media (soil, groundwater, soil gas, surface water and sediment) in fate and transport of contaminants, interpretation of groundwater flow and implementation of various remediation technologies.
Ideally, You'll Also Have
* Masters degree in hydrogeology, geology, civil or environmental engineering or related field with certification as Professional Engineer (PE) or Professional Geologist (PG)
* Demonstrated experience presenting complex technical information and interpretations to clients and regulatory stakeholders in a readily understandable manner.
* Experience supporting Project Managers (PMs) and Sales professionals in winning and delivering complex environmental site characterization and remediation, permitting, and compliance projects for commercial and federal clients.
* History of effective collaboration with multiple technical disciplines including experts in environmental engineering, hydrogeology, chemistry, and risk assessment to complete CERCLA remedial investigation and feasibility studies (or equivalent documents for RCRA or State programs).
* Professional experience related to emerging contaminants such as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)