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Environmental Project Manager

Position: Environmental Project Manager
Location: Farmington, MI

Job Type: Full-Time
Hours/Week: 40
Number of Openings: 1

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Geology, Hydrogeology, Engineering, or related from an accredited university.
  • Strong technical writing skills.
  • Excellent organizational and communications skills.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office. 
  • Strong background/experience with environmental due diligence.
  • UST experience
  • Brownfield experience preferred, but not a must

Preferred:

  • 6-10 years of Geology, Hydrogeology, Engineering or related environmental experience.
  • 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER training
  • Direct experience should include performing environmental site assessments (Phase I, Phase II, & BEA/DDCC) hydrogeological investigations, monitoring/sampling all media, regulatory compliance, and waste management. Remediation and Design a plus
  • Practical ability to analyze field and technical data, perform research, demonstrate technical knowledge, and solve problems.

Job Description: Successful candidate will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced and dynamic environment providing due diligence and remediation services. 

  • Conducting Phase I ESAs to ASTM or higher standards.
  • Conducting Phase II ESAs.
  • Managing/overseeing hydrogeological investigations,
  • Interpretation of analytical data using spreadsheets and databases.
  • Understanding due diligence and brownfield redevelopment processes.
  • An understanding of Part 213/UST requirements
  • Demonstrating full knowledge of each project’s status and goals.
  • Performing tasks across multiple disciplines to bring about successful project completion.
  • Providing quality environmental services.
  • Responding to customers in a timely manner.
  • Other duties not listed may also apply.

AKT Peerless offers competitive salary and excellent benefits and is an EOE.

Contact:              John Miller, Human Resources