HRP Associates, Inc. is seeking Geologists/Environmental Scientists with 2 to 10 years’ experience to join our team in Clifton Park, New York. These candidates will help manage and grow existing site investigation, brownfield, remediation, environmental site rehabilitation, and leaking AST/UST tank projects throughout New York State. A variety of challenging assignments will be offered to successful candidates, including the design and execution of hydrogeological investigations, remedial actions, construction oversight, and environmental assessments. This is an opportunity for self-motivated professionals interested in a career in a fast-paced and client responsive environment.
Responsibilities may include (depending on experience level & position):
Field team supervision
Environmental data management
EQUIS or equivalent electronic data deliverable (EDD) format and interaction
Site characterizations of soil, ground water, surface water, and sediments
Remediation investigation and studies (RI/FS)
Remediation Design, implementation and oversight
Closure and post closure monitoring
Data analysis and interpretation
Report and proposal preparation
Other duties as assigned
Work experience and knowledge to include (depending on experience level & position):
Multi-media field sampling and logging techniques
Oversight and management of subcontractors
Monitoring well design and installation
Geospatial data collection and analysis
Knowledge of regulatory NY-DEC framework
Analytical Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC)
Site response activities/Interim Remedial Measure (IRM)
Site-Specific Health & Safety Plans (HASP)
Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPP)
Field Activities Plan (FAP)
Environmental site assessments (Phase I/II/III)
Report preparation and an aptitude for technical writing
Groundwater/soil remediation technologies
Has PE and/or PG or interested in attaining professional licensure(s)
Working knowledge of NYSDEC assessment, investigation, remedial programs, state and federal funding mechanisms.
We are looking for creative, results driven individuals with strong backgrounds in environmental science, hydrogeology, geochemistry, geology or related fields.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently and in a team setting that is fully supportive of our clients, employees, and team members.
Travel requirements will vary depending on the position and will primarily occur in New York State, but could extend out-of-state as necessary.
Candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree and demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills.