KEMRON Environmental Services, Inc., is an employee owned environmental consulting, engineering and remediation firm headquartered in Atlanta, GA. With fixed offices in Charleston, WV, Atlanta, GA, Marietta, OH, Chicago, IL and Tacoma, WA and project operations across the US, KEMRON is rapidly growing with an ever-expanding portfolio of federal and private sector projects. Operating as a small business under NAICS 562910, we specialize in solving environmental science and engineering challenges using multi-disciplinary teams. Our clients include entities in the petrochemical, industrial, state government, and federal government sectors. KEMRON values strategic thinking, creative approaches, and high-quality work products for our clients. We strive to provide a positive and team-oriented work place for motivated individuals.
Summary of Position: The * Project Manager/Geologist/Engineer/Environmental Scientist *will have 3-10 years of experience and be responsible for assisting with management of projects managed from our Charleston, WV office. The successful candidate will immediately become part of our Team, and will work on projects mostly for commercial and industrial clients, including retail petroleum entities under UST/LUST, RCRA, state-specific regulations and CERCLA. Although the anticipated project work will be diversified, the primary scope for this position includes assistance with management of assessment and remediation activities at retail petroleum facilitates in WV, KY and OH.
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a science discipline. Examples include:
3 to 10 years of experience in project management, environmental consulting, remediation, or a related field. Specific experience will include:
The candidate must meet the following requirements:
KEMRON is an ESOP company offering a full benefits package which includes medical/dental/life/disability/AD&D insurance, a 401(k) and the opportunity to be an employee-owner. EEO/AA Employer/Vets/Disability
Job Type: Full-time
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