Weston is seeking exceptional candidates seeking a rewarding career opportunity supporting our rapidly growing munitions response business line and related fields. As the Munitions Response Project Engineer or Scientist you will serve as a technical lead supporting project managers on pursuing, planning, and delivering munitions response projects to our Federal, State, and commercial clientele. You will direct and mentor junior staff and coordinate in-house and external resources to ensure program and project objectives are being achieved at a high level of safety, quality and efficiency. Weston seeks individuals who possess an independent ability to problem solve and who can provide technically acceptable, cost-effective solutions for our customers.
Additional duties related to this position include:
Design and implement strategies to characterize or remediate sites contaminated with munitions and explosives of concern (MEC), material potentially presenting an explosive hazard (MPPEH), munitions constituents (MC) and/or other contaminants of concern.
Select various types of instrumentation and methods such as Incremental Sampling Methodology to access MC concentrations due to munitions use or at small arms ranges.
Coordinate the results from digital geophysical mapping surveys, intrusive investigations and MC sampling to achieve project objectives and reporting requirements.
Prepare planning documents such as a Uniform Federal Policy for Quality Assurance Project Plan (UFP-QAPP) and Accident Prevention Plans (APP) and Site Safety and Health Plans (SSHPs).
Develop other RCRA and CERCLA related documents like Remedial Investigations, Feasibility Studies, Proposed Plans, Decision Documents and Remedial Designs, as an example.
Serve as a mentor and provide technical guidance and expertise to practice area professional staff.
Lead and/or participate in proposal efforts.
Conduct site visits or fieldwork as required.
Provide presentations as part of the technical project planning process, restoration advisory board or other public meetings.
Familiarity with Visual Sample Plan (VSP) and UXO Estimator
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, geology, environmental science or closely related field with 1 to 4 years experience.
Recent and directly related munitions response project experience is preferred.
Documented experience working in CERCLA-related MMRP projects for the DoD from Site Inspection to Remedial Action.
HTRW experience is a plus.
Must have strong communication skill (verbal and written); field work capability; good organization ability; data analysis; compatibility with other workers; and demonstrated ability to carry out independent original scientific work