Straughan Environmental, Inc. (Straughan) is a successful, rapidly growing, woman-owned business that provides high-quality and cost effective environmental consulting services to a wide variety of clients in the government and private sectors.
Straughan is committed to sustainable design, and is qualified in nearly all aspects of environmental service, including planning, design, and policy. Our staff consists of natural, wildlife, and wetland scientists; geomorphologists; civil and environmental engineers; biologists and botanists; planners; foresters; cultural resource specialists; and GIS and CADD technicians. This combination of technical expertise and an understanding of policy makes Straughan a highly competitive firm and a great place to advance your career.
Straughan Environmental is seeking a suitable candidate to fill in the role of a senior environmental engineer, responsible for overseeing environmental compliance programs at a major federal facility. The successful candidate will be responsible for evaluating potential environmental impacts of proposed new projects and developing effective mitigation measures to address those impacts. Responsible for evaluating proposed facility and research projects to determine potential environmental issues or constraints that must be addressed during the life cycle of the project (i.e., design, construction, operation, and closure), including communications (e.g., notifications) with regulatory agencies. Responsible for overseeing compliance with environmental permits, laws, and regulations for regulated petroleum, oil, and lubricant storage at a major federal facility, including periodic inspections and required reports; assists in preparing, updating, and managing compliance with the site’s Integrated Contingency Plan; and provides support to other on-site environmental compliance programs as needed, including support for on call spill response lead with necessary training. This role will also significantly contribute to JSC’s Environmental Management System (EMS) program.
The successful candidate must have demonstrated experience in evaluating complex projects to identify environmental impacts and concerns; developing engineering solutions to mitigate such impacts, and the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with clients, peers, and other contractor organizations. Must have excellent organization and written communication skills. Experience in project/program management is a plus. Must have minimum of 5 years of relevant experience. Must have demonstrated a working knowledge of Federal and Texas environmental regulations. Must be competent in the use of all elements of Microsoft Office Professional.
Must possess a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate engineering discipline (Environmental, Chemical, Civil) from an ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.) accredited school (Note: engineering technology degrees are not considered acceptable)
Must be authorized to work in the United States and obtain access to U.S Government site.
Equal Opportunity Employer/AA Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Qualified applicants may apply here: Sr. Environmental Engineer (Houston, TX)