- Participates in field investigations to obtain data for use in determining the location and concentrations of contaminants in soil, groundwater, soil vapor and other media.
- Prepares supporting documentation for reports.
- Tabulates laboratory and field data for presentation in reports.
- Provides support to experienced Technicians and Project Managers in completion of site investigations and remediation projects.
- Completes and maintains field logs precisely and accurately documenting field activities, data, and observations.
- Works with subcontractors in the field to coordinate execution of work.
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Geology, or engineering field.
- Basic computer skills, including proficiency with word processing and spreadsheet applications; knowledge in CADD and gINT preferred.
- Ability to adapt to outside working conditions; weather and temperature
- Flexible work schedule subject to project scope
- Ability to travel and potentially work off-hours required
- Valid Driver’s License.
- Capable of carrying 50lbs of equipment across rough terrain.
- Capable of working outdoors year round.
- Exposure to the physical and natural elements in field work.
- Exposure to chemical pollutants in air, water, and soil.
- Is thoroughly familiar with applicable Corporate Safety Standards, site specific safety plans, and work plans.
- Enforces site safety plans for EOI and subcontractor personnel on the job site.
- Receives cross-training as necessary or as opportunities arise in other technical fields, i.e., asbestos abatement oversight, remediation oversight, and construction observation and testing.
- Available to travel out of town for extended periods of time.
- Performs other related tasks as assigned.