Project Engineer II performs the functions necessary to assist in management and performance of engineering-related tasks for multiple projects for contracts requiring environmental contamination and compliance at various governmental and commercial sites. Ensures compliance with all Federal, State, and local regulations. Determines the proper methodology for scientific studies for individual environmental sites. Works within the project scope, schedule, and budget to meet project requirements for monitoring or operations. This position is viewed as a competent professional within the limits of experience.
- Assists with proposal preparations and negotiations in response to client Requests for Proposals.
- Develops Work Plans for the purpose of sampling, analyzing, and reporting concentrations of various contaminants and/or geochemical indicators in different media (including air, groundwater, surface water, the marine environment, sediments and soil).
- Assists with various project management tasks including detailed schedule preparation and status updates, review of subcontract schedules, and work plan and report preparation (e.g., data, monitoring, and trend analysis and closure reports).
- Plans and directs various types of environmental remediation and monitoring field work.
- Assist in the development, production and delivery of technical documents to meet project schedules and in accordance with applicable standards for quality.
- Assist in management of projects in accordance with the corporate and contract health and safety requirements.
- Assist in the preparation of progress reporting documents including weekly and/or monthly status reports, and others.
- Other duties as assigned.
Training and Education:
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Engineering or related field required and at least 5 years of experience performing engineering-related tasks on environmental projects in both government and commercial environments.
- Broadly applied software including Microsoft Office Suite.
- Perform successfully in a team environment with limited supervision.
- Knowledge of and experience with federal clients such as USACE, AFCEC, etc.
- Experience is desired in several of the following areas: Alaska, CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA, and NPDES/APDES.
- Field work may be at hazardous waste sites and may require medical clearance and OSHA training.
- Professional certification such as PE preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $1.00 per hour