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Cherokee Nation Businesses Davie, FL, United States
May 23, 2017
Full time
Our client, the U.S. Geologic Survey (USGS) is responsible for hydrologic investigations and data collection in south Florida. This includes continuous monitoring of surface-water and groundwater resources through several data networks that include sites distributed across southeastern Florida. We are seeking a Hydrologic Technician to conduct hydrologic monitoring tasks which include the collection, analysis, interpretation, and storage of hydrologic data. The selected candidate will also be responsible for computing, checking, and reviewing hydrologic records for publication. Responsibilities : • Perform routine measurements of stage and discharge under a variety of field conditions applying established uniform methods • Observe and note hydraulic or environmental conditions • Compute and check surface and ground water records from field data where hydrologic conditions are stable • Plot discharge measurements and estimates short periods of missing records • Develop simple preliminary stage-discharge and/or velocity index curves and ratings • Review gage-height data and discharge measurements to check methods and accuracy of computation • Plot hydrographs for comparing records • Perform routine steps involved in preparing basic material for publication, including maps, tables, and other illustrative material • Prepare plots, drafts, or sketches from surveying field notes • Verify the accuracy of data summaries • Perform water-level measurements at wells and review plots of water-level measurements • Perform routine statistical and technical analyses of the hydrologic data collected in the field • Document the procedure used to compute records • Perform ground-level measurements in support of aquifer tests • Perform routine analyses and computation of data assembled during pumping tests. Collect well location and characteristic information • Maintain files of geophysical logs • Perform routine field measurements such as water temperature, specific conductance, pH, dissolved oxygen and alkalinity selecting the appropriate technique, protocol, and equipment • Collect and process a wide variety of samples modifying approaches as necessary to ensure the integrity of the data • Perform various field or lab analyses of sample constituents • Prepare representative samples for lab analyses • Compute and check water-quality monitoring records using basic techniques. • Prepare summaries and basic data reports of results of field activities • Install, maintain and service a variety of sensing, recording and communications equipment and instrumentation • Troubleshoot selected hydrologic instrumentation in the office and maintain repair logs • Calibrate meters and analytical equipment • Determine appropriate equipment for field or laboratory activities depending upon data collection needs and field conditions • Assist in the construction and removal of gages and supporting structures • Applying established procedures, protocols, and standards assist in the construction, development, and abandonment of wells • Schedule and/or obtain appropriate vehicles, equipment, and supplies. • Perform routine safety inspections of equipment and work areas • Assist in establishing vertical and horizontal datums; flag high-water marks and documents their reliability • Measure and record routine crest-stage gage high-water marks • Drive personal or federal government vehicles typically several times per month, normally for less than 10 miles but infrequently up to several hundred miles • Work with simple power tools such as saw and drill in the USGS shop • Support and maintenance of field equipment may include operation of gasoline-powered generator and possibly use of power tools for the construction of field equipment Qualifications : • Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineer, Environmental Studies, Water Resources or related field of study • One year experience in laboratory work, data collection /logging and field work or related internships or coursework in environmental or lab analysis • Computer skills including some programming, word processing, spreadsheets, internet, and database programs (experience troubleshooting electronics is helpful) • Familiarity with data processing and analysis software/systems • Experience with lab equipment and testing methods • Working knowledge of data entry, figure preparation for publication and presentations, and scientific literature or data searches • Ability to lift 50 pounds • Ability to organize, prepare and maintain field gear and insure that all required trip supplies are available for USGS scientist use • Must have a valid driver license and dependable means of transportation • Must adhere to all computer security clearance requirements of the agency (training and testing) • Diving and/or boat operation experience a plus Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Job Order # 11146 To Apply : Click Apply Now and search Job Order  11146 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BAE Systems Radford, VA 24141, United States
May 23, 2017
Full time
Job Description and Requirements :   BAE Systems is seeking an experienced Environmental Manager to establish and promote comprehensive and compliant environmental programs. The environmental manager will provide environment leadership, ensure facility compliance with corporate environment standards, implement environment directives, direct and mentor the environmental staff, improve environment performance, and ensure facility environment policies and procedures are aligned with governmental regulations and corporate policies.  The position will report to the Manager, SHE.   The environmental manager will oversee the Radford Army Ammunition Plant’s (RFAAP) environment programs to achieve and maintain compliance with corporate policies and procedures, federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes and rules, as well as corporate policies and procedures.   Other key facets include the following:  Identify best practices and lead continuous improvement initiatives to reduce environmental releases; streamline environmental management system practices; and maintain costs and environmental budgets; and improve environmental work practices Conduct or coordinate employee training in areas such as RCRA, CAA, CWA, SPCC, and other environment laws and regulations, incident reporting and investigations, and use of environmental monitoring data in assessments. Perform environment audits and inspect facilities, operations, outfall, and waste management areas to identify and correct potential environmental issues. Investigate environmental releases and near-miss incidents, and permit violations to determine causes, install preventive measures, and manage release reporting process. Provide technical advice, coaching, guidance, and mentoring to employees on environmental initiatives, regulations, and processes. Plans, develops, and implements environment programs to comply with corporate policies and procedures, federal, state, and local environment laws, regulations, codes, and rules. Works with managers, employees, and bargaining unit representatives and leadership to ensure that corrective or preventive measures are taken. Develops and updates RFAAP environment policies and procedures including ISO 14001 program. Plans and coordinates audits to monitor compliance with Department of the Army, corporate and regulatory environment standards. Represents RFAAP with regulatory agencies, corporate, and government customers regarding environment matters. Recommends revisions to environment programs, policies, and/or procedural changes to enhance organizational effectiveness and/or ensure legal compliance. Monitors industry developments, trends, and legislation. Plans, develops, and administers department polices, work instructions, budgets, and controls. Performs duties normally associated with supervision including, but not limited to, hiring, training, evaluating, counseling and disciplining of employees. Shares responsibility of self-development with immediate supervisor. Minimum Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree and 12 years work experience or equivalent experience Required Skills and Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering, environmental science, biology, geology, or chemistry. Required experience Minimum of 6 years of industrial environmental experience, with direct involvement in all aspects of a CAA, CWA, SPCC, RCRA, CERCLA, and NEPA. Experience working in a team environment to collaborate on compliance requirements, involving dispersing ownership and remaining accountable for the results. Demonstrated success leading efficient and effective compliance programs regarding Federal, State and local Multi-Media Environmental regulations Preferred Skills and Education: Preferred Qualifications: Basic or advanced technical degree with a core curriculum in environmental. 2 years of successful environmental compliance and management systems experience Knowledge of Microsoft programs (Excel and SharePoint) Knowledge of computer systems that acquire and archive continuous/intermittent compliance data. Method 9 Opacity certification (smoke school) Experience with emissions calculations, emissions factors and how they are applied to calculate emissions Demonstrated success building positive relationships with regulators Ideal candidate will possess : A strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and computer knowledge. A high level of effectiveness in a changing, fast-paced environment. The ability to work independently, takes initiative, makes improvements to the function and drive environment excellence and performance. Functional and technical knowledge and skills at a high level of accomplishment. Ability to interpret and apply domestic environmental regulations. Ability to maintain a professional attitude and defuse unsettled situations Able to manage investigations at the site level. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BAE Systems Nashua, NH, United States
May 23, 2017
Internship- Paid
Job Description: The summer intern will provide general environmental, safety and health (ESH) administrative and technical support as directed by an ESH professional.  This includes building spreadsheets and technical writing, emails and interaction with company employees to address directed ESH compliance assurance tasks. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com These tasks will include process safety risk assessments pilot efforts, hallway surveys of employee ESH knowledge, safety personal protective equipment assessments, chemical inventories, targeted chemical usage industrial hygiene assessments and other assigned ESH compliance issues (e.g., hazardous waste field inspections, safety compliance checklists), .  The selected intern will be working at all BAE Systems locations in NH, but will be based out of the Canal Street, Nashua, NH location.  Required Skills and Education: Excellent interpersonal engagement and communication skills, excellent writing and calculation skills, strong knowledge of chemistry and competent in the use of Microsoft Office software.  Some basic awareness of safety in the business environment. 
Parsons Chicago, IL, United States
May 23, 2017
Full time
Are you client focused, love a challenge and enjoy learning new things?  We have an immediate opening for an Environmental Specialist to supplement our local environmental team in Chicago.  The selected candidate will work full-time at our client site and act as internal environmental support for all operation, maintenance and project activities undertaken by the client and be supported, supervised and mentored by experienced Parsons' environmentalist scientist.  Activities will include permitting, environmental review and assessments, and site visits to the various field-based projects as initiated and directed by the client.  As an Environmental scientist, you will assist the Project Manager to develop and create Phase I and Phase II site assessments for US Pipeline projects in the Chicago area, to ensure regulatory and client quality requirements are met.  This scientist will be provided technical directions and mentorship by the Project Manager on site.  Approximately 20% travel would be involved.    This position is unique within Parsons and offers the candidate unfiltered access to owner/operator activities and decision making while being supported by an experienced environmental services provider. REQUIREMENTS:      4-year degree (minimum) environmental science, or related science field, or Geology, or Hydrogeology.  Prefer 1-5 years related experience performing Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments for oil/gas related projects.  Pipeline experience preferred.  The candidate should have some experience in various phases of investigation, report writing, permitting, and be technically capable of creating these documents on their own.    Strong communication, technical writing, organizational, and presentation skills are required. Ability to manage and maintain project tasks under the direction of a project manager.  No relocation is offered for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
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