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Environmental Geologist III with GES

ASRC Industrial

This is a Contract position in Loveland, CO posted May 10, 2022.

About CompanyGES is a national turnkey, full environmental remediation services company that primarily focuses in the federal market and services multiple agencies including: the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC), the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S.

Department of Energy.

GES has offices in Concord, California, Sacramento, Denver, Phoenix, Boston and Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

GES is known for a robust safety culture and dedication to their employees and clients.

GES is a wholly owned operating company of ASRC Industrial (AIS).

AIS is a wholly owned operating company of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC), an Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC).

Through ASRC, we are a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).GES offers a full range of benefits including: a generous PTO plan, paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, 401K (100% match up to 4% eligible compensation) and 100% immediate vesting, Basic and Supplemental life insurance, and short & long term disability.Position Overview:PRIMARY FUNCTION: Environmental Geologist III (1) plans and directs projects that involve a) the identification, assessment and investigation of sites where potential environmental releases of contaminants may have occurred and b) assessment of site geologic characteristics in support of geotechnical or mine assessment studies; (2) analyzes, interprets, and presents chemical, physical and geological data derived from site investigation activities to evaluate site geologic characteristics and recommend site remediation alternatives, if appropriate; and (3) implements and directs remedial strategies designed to address potential risks to human health and the environment resulting from the release of contaminants to the site.TYPICAL RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Environmental Geologist III typical responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following:Directs and oversees sample teams performing environmental sampling tasks; such as collection of soil, surface water, groundwater, soil gas, or other environmental media for physical or chemical analysis and ensures proper documentation of all field activitiesDirects field geologists on soil drilling projects, reviews logs of subsurface lithology and field documentation generated during drilling and sampling activitiesDesigns and oversees installation and development of groundwater monitoring wells, extraction wells, soil gas vapor wells, etc.

based upon an understanding of subsurface lithologies and project objectivesDirects the collection of soil geotechnical field data, determination of required laboratory analysis of soil samples, and interpretation of site geotechnical properties.Supports Sr.

Geologist in the determination of site geotechnical data for consideration in support of remedial construction, building development and demolition, and mine stability/closure assessment.Produces program and project-level planning documents, plans, and reports in accordance with relevant and appropriate environmental regulationsEvaluates data generated by field activities and provides detailed interpretations of subsurface lithology, groundwater flow conditions and nature and extent of contamination and prepares formal reports and presentations for clients and/or regulatorsAuthor RFQs and assist in procurement and selection of technical and specialty subcontractors, consultants, service providers, and materials to accomplish scope of workOrganizes and conducts project meetings with clients and/or regulatorsSupport development of modification proposals and claims/request for equitable adjustment (REA)Develops subject matter expertise in an area of Geology and leads peer groups in the education and training in this specialty areaPerforms the above field
– and office-related tasks independently as a Registered Professional Geologist with input from the Project Manager.EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONBA/BS or MS in geology or geological engineering6 to 10 years’ experience in environmental industryRegistered Professional GeologistOr equivalent combination of education and experienceContinuing education in the field of geology/geological engineering is expectedActive membership/ participation in professional organizations is expectedHAZWOPER 40 Hour Certification with current 8 Hour RefresherUSACE Contractor Quality Management for Contractors certificationKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESAbility to analyze complex technical problems, develop conclusions and provide innovative recommendations for further actionsAble to review and critique complex technical documents and provide useful input to authors in order to produce high quality deliverables for client and/or regulatory end users or the publicProficient in geologic mapping including classic field mapping and software based data presentation and visualization techniques.Firm understanding of aerial photograph geomorphological assessmentProficient in collection of field derived soil geotechnical data and the analysis of field and laboratory data.Proficient in mathematical and statistical analysis of groundwater and fluid flow dynamicsBroad and general understanding of contaminant fate and transport mechanisms in environmental mediaDedicated to remaining abreast of technology developments and industry trendsAble to understand and utilize basic and more complicated modeling softwareUnderstanding of basic mine assessment, reclamation and closure practicesFunctions as Technical Lead, Task Manager, and/or project team leader, providing direction and technical guidance and mentoring to junior team membersProficient in executing project management skills to manage multiple projects, supervise field efforts, and lead project teams to fulfill project objectives in an efficient, organized mannerUnderstands and complies with all necessary regulatory requirements/permitting and ensures project personnel are aware of their responsibilities to comply with appropriate and/or applicable regulatory requirementsMentoring of junior GeologistActively maintains professional licensing and certificationsWORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently or occasionally required to:Travel to (sometimes remote) field locationsLift and carry up to 50 pounds (one bag of sand) over short distancesTake an Annual Medical Exam under GES’s Medical Monitoring ProgramComplete OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER Training and Annual 8-hour Refresher coursesOther standard requirements for work in an office environment including working on desktop and laptop computersEEO Statement:AIS and its operating companies affords equal opportunity in employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, pregnancy, familial status, disability status, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected under Federal, State or Local law.

AIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.