- The Environmental Engineer / Remediation Engineer prepares remediation plans and specifications to determine the most appropriate environmental solutions to problems.
- Performs remedial system design for smaller-scale projects under the supervision of a Professional Engineer.
- Oversees installation and operation and maintenance of remedial systems, including preparing field work orders, system evaluations and upgrades, advanced troubleshooting and ensuring permit compliance.
- Assists with detailed proposals and cost estimates on moderate size projects.
- Coordinates and oversees construction activities during smaller-scale system installation procedures. Some relocation provided.
- Regional candidates preferred. $80K-$110K.
- The Environmental Engineer / Remediation Engineer will have a BS degree with an engineering major.
- 5-10+ years of engineering related experience remediating chlorinated solvents, pesticides, and/or petroleum constituents.
- Must have experience with the FDEP Petroleum Restoration Program.
- E.I.T. or P.E. certification (Georgia or Florida) preferred, but not required.
- Must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. and have a stable work history. Sponsorship is not available.