- Heritage Research Group
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
Comprehensive Benefits Package
The Environmental Engineer supports project managers and project engineers in the planning and execution of hazardous waste remediation engineering; industrial wastewater design; general process engineering; optimization of active remedial system; and planning, executing, and reporting long-term monitoring sampling events. Work for this position may include:
Assisting with environmental engineering projects, including feasibility studies, remedial designs, and preparation of other related documentation and reports;
Assisting with the preparation of design packages including engineering calculations, design sheets, specifications, and competitive bid procurement;
Assisting with the execution of long-term monitoring projects including the development of sampling plans, work plans, participation on field investigation teams that include groundwater and soil sampling;
Assisting with optimization and redesign of operating treatment systems;
Supporting environmental treatment system operations and maintenance staff, and
Preparation of a wide variety of plans and reports.
Candidate should have a proven record of delivering high-quality, on schedule written work products (plans and reports) within established budgets. Applicable work experience should include environmental treatment system design and operational support, hands-on multi-media sampling (soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment, indoor air, etc.), and report writing. The engineer should be self-motivated and able to work on moderately complex engineering projects. This position is located in Indianapolis, IN and requires travel for field assignments.
M.S. in Environmental Engineering
At least 5 years' experience in the environmental field with emphasis on Wastewater Treatment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to travel overnight for field assignments for a week or more at a time.
OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training and up-to-date 8-hour refresher.
Strong technical writing, organizational, and communication skills.
Excellent computer skills including MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Project.
Ability to balance the needs of multiple concurrent projects while meeting all schedule, quality and safety requirements.
The ideal candidate will also have the following qualifications/experience:
Engineer in Training Certification (EIT).
Basic CAD and GIS skills.
Experience with DoD environmental investigation and remediation projects