Job ID: 2018-1101
PS&S is an award-winning “one-stop shop” of architecture and engineering excellence. The depth and breadth of our expertise has helped PS&S grow into a firm of more than 260 professionals offering multi-disciplined, full-service architecture, engineering, design and environmental consulting services.
We offer a single source for planning, design and regulatory compliance services on diverse projects across a number of market segments -- education, energy/utilities, hospitality/entertainment, infrastructure/public improvement, real estate and science/technology. Our ability to present virtually all engineering disciplines side by side with our architectural services allows us to respond, quickly and efficiently, to clients’ unique needs. Having proudly served a sophisticated client base operating in numerous industries, we know the importance of developing the most on-time, cost-effective and high-quality solutions to the most difficult client challenges. Our success is measured by the success of our clients; the success of each project is our number one priority.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Further develop environmental site remediation capabilities and business for the firm encompassing both private and federal markets.
Work with clients to develop strategic approaches to satisfy remediation requirements from preliminary assessment through remediation construction.
Direct and implement field and office data collection efforts, data validation, and data evaluation.
Direct and implement soil, groundwater, sediment, air, and soil vapor sample collection, provide for oversight of investigation and remediation subcontractors including analytical laboratories and drilling companies.
Conduct environmental Preliminary Site Assessments, Phase I and II ESAs.
Prepare Technical Reports; remediation analysis and design; and bid documents.
Develop new business, scope projects, and prepare proposals and SOQs.
Provide mentorship and leadership to junior team members.
Qualifications and Requirements:
10 or more years of relevant work experience on site remediation, MGP, and brownfield redevelopment projects
Master’s degree in environmental sciences or engineering preferred
LSRP or P.E. license
Strong project management, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience with client development, proposal preparation, and other business development activities
Knowledge and use of office software packages
Excellent knowledge of New Jersey remediation regulations
OSHA 40 - Hour Training
Strong written and oral communication skills
Desire to Expand client relationships