Senior Project Manager - Phase II Investigation and Remediation

Responsibilities:

  1. (80%) Preparation and initiation of site investigation documents and activities.  This work may include, but is not limited to:

  • Preparation of site investigation proposals laying out a site-specific scope of work based on known or suspected recognized environmental conditions and/or contaminants of concern;
  • Client coordination regarding scope of work;
  • Preparing detailed site investigation plans or activities for clients and/or regulatory agencies;
  • Interfacing and coordinating outside vendors (drilling outfit, labs, etc.);
  • Coordinating and managing site investigation activities with Field Technicians:
  • Following up on analytical analysis and results;
  • Performing statistical analysis of field generated data;
  • Communicating with the client and/or regulatory agencies on site progress and observations;
  • Communicating with regulatory agencies to achieve desired outcomes;
  • Preparing reports detailing results of the activities with recommendations;
  • Preparing all regulatory required closure documents including risk assessments and plume stability evaluations;
  • Conducting and communicating Post Closure proceedings;
  • Being present onsite, if needed;
  • Coordinating internal review process of Site Investigation Reports for required approvals; and
  • Management of long-term projects

2. (10%) Assisting other project managers and departments. This work includes but is not limited to:

  • Preparing statistical analysis or data validation of laboratory reports and data;
  • Performing peer reviews of analytical reports;
  • Editing technical documents prior to delivery;
  • Performing due diligence reviews and providing recommendations on proposed projects.

3. (10%) Managing reporting, accounting, and personnel activities related to assigned projects. This work may include, but is not limited to:

  • Analyzing regulatory statistical data reports to find trends for larger Agency projects;
  • Preparation of project invoices;
  • Monitoring Project costs to align with Budget throughout project duration;
  • Tracking changes in existing laws to ensure ongoing project compliance;
  • Business development;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

The following education, skills and experience are recommended for this role:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineer, Biology, Geology (Registered), Environmental Science, or related, required;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills;
  • Current Hazwoper training certificate, 40 hours;
  • Regulatory Agency experience;
  • At least 5 years of technical field experience, or equivalent;
  • At least 10 years of project management;
  • Ability to travel locally to various work sites in designated multi-state territory (5%);
  • Flexible work schedule subject to project scope;
  • Seasonal projects may occasionally include overtime at times and regular 40-hour work week at other times.

Environment:

This position is performed primarily in the office setting.  May require on-site assistance related to site investigation activities.

 

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