Environmental Geologist/Environmental Specialist

Posted: 04/19/2024

Environmental Geologist/Environmental Specialist
Anchorage, AK
$DOE and excellent benefits  
Our client: Serving a variety of clients across Alaska providing services in the geotechnical, geological and environmental realm. No two days will be the same here and the successful candidate will work in an interdisciplinary environment, with a mix of office and field work.
This is a highly community minded company, and you’ll have many opportunities to participate and represent the client in professional organizations and community activities. With an amazing office vibe and culture, this is one place you'll want to be for your workday!
If you qualify please apply here or email your resume to peopleak.com today! 
The Perks:
  • Medical, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance
  • Long-term Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) retirement plan
  • Annual bonuses and profit-sharing 
  • Employee-owned
  • Beautifully equipped state-of-the-art gym on-site
Would you like to: 
In the office:
  • Work on several projects simultaneously, proactively collaborating with other team members and clients to resolve technical challenges.
  • Prepare and review technical reports and respond to review comments by team members, clients or regulators for incorporation into planning and reporting documents.
  • Compile and interpret field and laboratory data to understand geotechnical and/or environmental implications for project sites.
  • Create technically accurate drawings in ArcGIS to spatially display data to support data analysis/interpretation and to represent conditions to ADEC/EPA regulators.
  • Create general geotechnical or environmental drawings in ArcGIS to show project locations and investigation locations.
In the field:
  • Obtain utility locates for drilling or test pitting activities and coordinate mobilization activities with the driller or excavator.
  • Monitor field activities or log explorations and collect geotechnical and environmental samples. Troubleshoot challenges as they arise in the field.
  • Take detailed field notes to document field activities and data collected.
  • Arrange shipment of samples and equipment.
  • Prepare brief field reports to apprise project managers of progress, challenges and future activities.
Ideally you have: 
  • B.S. in Geology, Environmental Engineering, Geological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Science or closely related discipline
  • Working understanding of ArcGIS and ADEC/EPA contaminated sites regulation
  • Qualification as a ADEC Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP)
  • Completion of 40-hour HAZWOPER
  • Two years of environmental permitting/NEPA experience
  • Ability to travel throughout Alaska for extended periods in all seasons
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds and perform physically demanding fieldwork
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; good interpersonal abilities
Bonus points for: 
  • Two years of environmental permitting/NEPA experience
  • MS Excel coding experience
  • gINT/OpenGround experience
  • AK-CESCL certification
  • HAZWOPER supervisor certification
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