Founded in 1985, Wenck operates both nationally and internationally providing holistic environmental and engineering solutions. We are an employee owned (ESOP) consulting enterprise of 275+ multidisciplinary experts – collaborating, innovating, and championing all facets of our clients most essential business interests. We enhance the quality of life for our clients and communities by unlocking and protecting the world’s most essential needs - air, water, natural resources, and infrastructure.
Wenck culture is dynamic, creative, and rewarding. We do more than just provide reliable, industry leading services that evolve as our clients do. Our greatest strength is our employees, our communities, and our willingness to learn. We value responsive, resilient ideals that result in shared success. Grow alongside the best in your industry to enrich your career path by making a positive impact.
We are seeking a Junior Air Quality/Environmental Engineer or Scientist to be located at our office in Woodbury, Minnesota as well as at one our client’s offices located in the eastern Twin Cities. The successful candidate will primarily complete projects to assist clients with air quality permitting, and air quality compliance and reporting. Industry categories Wenck serves include electric utilities, renewable energy, food/beverage production, agricultural products, miscellaneous manufacturing, and papermaking, mining and mineral products. Miscellaneous administrative tasks may be required.
For candidates with applicable skill sets or educational background, this position could be expanded to include a supporting role on and multi-media environmental compliance projects. Tasks for environmental compliance projects could include program assistance for environmental laws and regulations associated with, but not limited to, hazardous waste, storm water, Tier II reporting, wastewater, and spill planning.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Approximately 0 – 5 years of environmental consulting experience or environmental engineering experience.
Undergraduate degree in engineering, meteorology/atmospheric science or environmental science.
Able to work independently as well as part of a team.
Strong analytical skills and good attention to detail with the ability to recognize discrepancies.
Effective verbal and written communication skills with both clients and project team members.
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office software platform.
Must be able to meet deadlines and put in the time needed to get the job done.
Able to travel regionally, have short overnight trips, or other.
Experience working with Local, State or Federal agencies.
Work exposure to one or more industrial facility categories; for example through an internship/co-op assignment, regulatory agency or prior manufacturing experience.
Prepare reports and compile appropriate forms for air emission permit applications to authorize construction, modification or operation of facilities.
Prepare air emission calculations.
Identify applicable environmental regulations.
Assist clients in identifying appropriate monitoring, testing, record-keeping, and reporting protocols.
Assist with facility compliance tasks for air quality, hazardous waste, storm water, Tier II reporting, TRI reporting, wastewater, spill planning, etc.
Commensurate with education, training, and experience.
Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, age, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.