Due to the growth of Bay West, we are seeking an Environmental Geologist/Engineer who will assist on various activities on active military installations, Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) facilities. This position will allow flexible home office reporting, but needs to be in the Denver, Colorado area.
Provide technical and geological field support on various environmental site assessments; onsite investigations of contaminated soil, sediment and groundwater; construction observation; and preparation of drilling logs, geologic maps, cross-sections and technical reports.
Observe drilling and monitoring well installation, classifying soil and bedrock samples, and collect samples for field screening and laboratory analysis.
Accurately prepare soil boring logs, hydrographs, groundwater contour maps, field notes, sketches and other documentation of actions undertaken during site investigation and remediation projects.
Supervise the correct installation of soil borings, monitoring wells, recovery wells (vapor phase and water) and treatment systems.
Oversee the proper excavation of contaminated soil during remediation and construction projects.
Communicate effectively with internal and external customers in a courteous and professional manner.
Provide open communication with Team Leader on ways to improve Bay West techniques, operations and functions.
Prepare technical documents including Work Plans, Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analyses (EE/CA), Uniform Federal Policy Quality Assurance Project Plans (UFP-QAPPs), Technical Memoranda, Records of Decision (ROD), Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Studies (RI/FS), Proposed Plans, and periodic monitoring reports.
Provide support to the project manager with the coordination of field activities and preparation of various documents.
Support cost estimates and proposals & effectively qualify and select subcontractors.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Geology, Environmental Science, or a related technical field.
40-Hour HAZWOPER training
Minimum 3-5 years of project support experience with federal environmental restoration projects under the DoD (including USACE, USAEC, AFCEC & NAVFAC and/or US-EPA).
Thorough understanding of RCRA and CERCLA processes.
Must have the willingness and ability to accurately interpret and apply knowledge of environmental theories, processes, and state and federal reporting requirements.
A thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel with strong data management skills.
Outstanding technical writing and communication skills.
Ability to present technical site summaries to the project team.
Must foster friendly, positive, productive, and team relationships.
Ability to read and understand maps, schematic drawings, diagrams, and instruction manuals.
Must be willing and able to travel to various sites throughout Colorado up to 50% of the time.
The successful candidate must be capable of receiving a US Government security clearance.
US Citizenship Required
In exchange for your high performance and team participation, Bay West offers long term growth potential, competitive salary and benefits package, and bonus potential in a business casual environment.
This position can report to a home office location in the Denver, Colorado area.