Junior-Level Remediation Hydrogeologist, Geologist, or Engineer
Geosyntec Consultants
Pittsburgh, PA

About $83,000 - $120,000 a year

Looking for a place to grow your career, where you can work with industry recognized professionals who are solving tough environmental problems? Geosyntec is the place for you! As a Junior-Level Remediation Hydrogeologist, Geologist, or Engineer in our environmental sciences and engineering practice in Pittsburgh, PA, you will apply your knowledge and experience to real-world situations related to contaminated site assessment & remediation, geotechnical, groundwater management, bedrock drilling, upstream and midstream oil and gas, horizontal directional drilling, remediation system design, wetlands, and environmental due diligence, while also learning and expanding the business skills needed for a successful consulting career. Our ideal candidate would have two to five years of relevant consulting experience.

Our clients ask us to address their new ventures and most challenging problems involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Ranked by ENR in the top 20 design firms for the environment, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service. Learn more by visiting www.geosyntec.com.

Is this the right position to help you achieve your professional goals? Some of the key responsibilities for this Junior-Level Remediation Hydrogeologist, Geologist, or Engineer position include:

Fieldwork such as soil and groundwater sampling, drilling and contractor oversight, horizontal directional drilling oversight, construction quality assurance and oversight, geotechnical drilling and sampling, logging rock cores, and remediation system O&M;
Chemical data and contaminant fate & transport evaluation;
Preparing permit applications;
Assisting with the design of remediation systems;
Leading field teams on environmental or geotechnical investigations;
Groundwater and soil remedy evaluation, cost estimation, design calculations, and implementation;
Environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance services, and permitting;
Aquifer testing and hydrogeologic data analyses;
Data analysis, including preparing maps, tables, and figures;
Managing tasks and projects; and
Preparing technical reports, letters, memoranda, plans, specifications, and proposals.
You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who will guide and integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture, as you expand your career. Here are some other things you should know about a typical Junior-Level Remediation Hydrogeologist, Geologist, or Engineer position with Geosyntec:

Training: This position requires OSHA health and safety, client-specific safety, first aid, and CPR training and medical monitoring, paid for by the firm. We also offer professional development opportunities including in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our professionals to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants.
Fieldwork: Up to 70%
Overnight travel: Up to 65%
Your success is our success. We encourage our professionals to continually develop their interests and skills. Advancement is based on an individual’s own performance and initiative.

Bachelor’s degree in (geology, hydrogeology, or geosciences, or engineering (environmental or civil preferred). (required)
Advanced degree (MS or PHD) in the same. (preferred)
At least two years of related experience, including conducting and managing field projects involving drilling and well installation, soil sampling, groundwater sampling, permitting, sediment/surface water sampling, construction oversight, landfill inspections/construction, and/or other field techniques. (required)
Prior experience (employment or internship) in environmental consulting. (valuable)
Current certification or ability to obtain certification as a Professional Geologist (PG) or Professional Engineer (PE) in Pennsylvania. (required)
Experience managing small projects or tasks of larger projects ($10,000-$50,000 budgets). (preferred)
Experience authoring proposals for small projects or tasks of larger projects ($10,000-$50,000 budgets). (preferred)
Knowledge of regulations related to environmental remediation. (preferred)
Experience with construction work such as plumbing, electrical, structural, geotechnical, or mechanical tasks. (valuable)
Valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record. (required)

Geosyntec strives to hire and retain the best and brightest people in their fields. We look for hard working individuals with exceptional interpersonal skills, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities, plus the passion for technical excellence and quality. We seek individuals with leadership potential, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a long and rewarding career with a growing Firm.


Geosyntec is a great place to build a career. If you're looking for an exciting place to work, a place with challenging and rewarding projects, and a place that has been nationally recognized for its employees' quality of life, technical expertise, and business success, then Geosyntec may be the place for you. You can learn more about careers and employment at Geosyntec by visiting http://www.geosyntec.com/careers/

We are proud to offer our employees a highly competitive benefits package. Learn more by visiting http://www.geosyntec.com/careers/employee-benefits.


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