Requisition ID: 1216
Hull is a leader in environmental and engineering consulting with offices throughout the Midwest. Our employees feel a connection with the work we do knowing we are actively working to enhance the quality of life in our communities. In addition, we are growing rapidly and that means opportunities for our employees!
We embrace collaborative problem solving, open communication, and continuous learning. Our partnership with our clients to create unique and lasting solutions to their project needs.
Currently, we are seeking an Environmental Field Technician in the Toledo, Ohio area. The ideal candidate will be someone passionate about client service and takes pride in their work. The ability to work independently as well as part of a team that values communication is necessary for success in this role.
You will have the opportunity to use your skills and passion to contribute to a dynamic range of projects. With ample opportunities for career advancement and our great benefits, we are sure to give you a challenging yet satisfying job experience!
Oversight of subcontractors on a variety of projects including work within the following market areas; alternative energy, brownfields, environmental, shale oil and gas and waste management;
Sample various media, including: soil, concrete, asphalt, groundwater, surface water, sediment, and vapor samples in accordance with standard operating procedures and submit to laboratory for analysis;
Operation of various types of field equipment (e.g. GPS, data loggers, survey level, combustible gas meters, nuclear density gauge, etc.) and laboratory equipment in accordance with standard operating procedures;
Operation and maintenance of remediation systems;
Completion of field documentation in a timely manner, such as job safety analysis (JSA) forms, project field reports, field notes, soil, concrete and asphalt data sheets, monitoring and chain-of-custody forms;
Review, understand and interpret project plans and specifications, shop drawings, product data, RFIs, and change orders;
Perform scheduled tests, observations and inspections in accordance with applicable test procedures and project requirements;
Collect data through research and file reviews;
Perform computations and process data using computer software or other established methods;
Assist with field testing to gather data for engineering, hydrogeologic, and scientific evaluations;
Prepare reports, drawings, tables, spreadsheets, graphs, soil boring logs, and other illustrations to document and summarize project data;
Observe and document field activities and prepare construction documentation reports; and
Operate and maintain company vehicles.
Proven ability to:
Accomplish goals and complete assigned tasks as assigned correctly and on time
Solve problems creatively and effectively and make informed decisions
Learn/execute necessary technical skills required by job
Communicate effectively and proactively with management, peers and clients
High School Diploma or equivalent, Associates Degree preferred
2 + years of experience in a field setting performing soil and groundwater sampling and monitoring.
Primarily outdoor work environment and occasional office environment. When in outdoor environment, employee is subject to significant walking distances in uneven terrain, dirt, varying temperatures, weather conditions, wildlife and noise.
Must be able to carry up to 50 lbs. regularly and up to 80 lbs. occasionally with or without an accommodation, sometimes over substantial distances. Field equipment can weigh up to 30 lbs. and must be handled with caution.