August Mack Environmental is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
An Engineer is responsible for learning and performing various aspects of field, engineering, management, technical support, and consulting related to engineering, data analysis, environmental media sampling, construction support, and oversight.
Work is performed with direction from Project/Senior Managers within the various service areas, under the general supervision of the Senior Engineering Manager.
Activities include, but are not limited to:
- Assist with and provide support for the design and implementation of remedial strategies.
- Prepare remedial cost estimates.
- Prepare pertinent permit applications and negotiate permit terms with regulatory agencies.
- Assist in managing and performing investigative data support and assist with statistical analyses to support projects.
- Collect and oversee the collection of samples of environmental media.
- Assist project teams in preparing proposals, budgets, and scopes of work for projects.
- Plan and implement investigation activities to characterize site conditions,
- Prepare field instructions and HASPs, and conduct project kickoff meetings.
- Prepare environmental reports.
- Identify potential sources of contamination when working on a job site.
- Identify changes to the scope of work, discuss with August Mack project manager and onsite client, and execute change orders (if necessary).
- Prepare job descriptions of successfully completed projects and update August Mack resume for marketing purposes.
- Communicate internally to secure work necessary to maintain a billable goal.
ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Strong computer and verbal/written communication skills are a must. Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted.
This classification requires the use of a company or personal vehicle on company business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess a valid driver’s license, have an acceptable driving record, and receive a medical clearance from a baseline physical.
This classification requires up to 25% travel to various project locations. Travel involves day trips within the state or neighboring states, resulting in longer work days; and extended and/or further travel, resulting in multiple days and overnights. Long-term assignments can be required.