Conduct and manage a variety of field work including environmental assessments, investigations and sampling, site inspections, remedial implementation, and subcontractor oversight.
Collect environmental samples in the field from various media including groundwater, surface water, soil, and ponds.
Field management of crude oil and produced water spill projects from conceptualization and design through implementation, including excavation, and other tasks as necessary.
Interpret hydrogeological and chemical data.
Coordinate with subcontractors, analytical laboratories and independently perform subcontractor oversight.
Perform environmental compliance tasks, including SPCC planning, storm water planning, NPDES/TPDES, SWPPP, RCRA compliance, permit applications and renewals, wastewater permitting, RRC, OCD, BLM and State reporting, and waste related projects.
Prepare technical correspondence, reports, work plans, and project specifications.
Develop cost estimates for internal costs accounting.
Provide financial management of projects.
Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently, under pressure and meet deadlines.
Ability to calibrate, maintain, and utilize various field monitoring and measuring instruments
Manage tasks and provide technical leadership to ensure internal expectations are met for scope, budget, schedule, and quality. Work directly with operations personnel and subcontractors, as necessary.
Position will require up to 85% travel throughout the Permian Basin area.
The position will require extensive outdoor work in a range of weather conditions.
Other duties may be assigned.
3-6 years of experience in environmental work with focus on compliance and remediation projects.
Safety & Environmental focused.
Exceptional interpersonal skills and outstanding oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently in remote areas.
Ability to work during core and extended hours as required.
Ability to be available 24 hours per day (on call for questions, emergencies, etc.).
Attention to detail is required. The successful candidate must be able to observe, evaluate, and document site field conditions and communicate changes in field conditions.
Working knowledge of environmental regulations (TRRP, RRC, NMED, NMOCD, SPCC, SWPPP, NPDES/TPDES, RCRA, etc.).
Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science or related field (biology, chemistry, geology, physical science, etc.)
Position will be filled at a level commensurate with experience.
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