Environmental Due Diligence Manager (Phase I ESA, Phase II ESA)

Indianapolis, IN

August Mack Environmental is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Responsible for site reconnaissance and all aspects of project management and project execution related to Due Diligence Services. Examples include Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), Environmental Desktop Reviews / Records Search with Risk Assessment (RSRA), Project File Reviews, Due Diligence Peer Reviews, and Phase II Subsurface Investigations

  1. Generate proposals, budgets, staffing (subcontractors), and scopes of work for environmental due diligence assessments under senior-level oversight
  2. Train field and staff personnel in tasks associated with project’s scope of work
  3. Supervise technical, field, and administrative support staff to achieve established objectives and deadlines
  4. Coordinate, schedule, and perform site inspections for environmental due diligence assessments
  5. Work with report writers to download site inspection information and photographs, and complete applicable sections of environmental due diligence reports
  6. Prepare and review written reports prior to Senior Level / EP review.
  7. Prepare completed project descriptions and update August Mack resume
  8. Maintain client relations and project updates throughout lifecycle of project
  9. Maintain a personal client base and manage clients
  10. Identify work opportunities with existing and potential clients to increase network
  11. Work alongside Marketing and Sales to secure client base and project opportunities
  12. Meet annual financial goal, complete projects under budget, and oversee and direct administration of the projects.
  • Knowledge of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Standard – ASTM E1527 and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Standard – ASTM E1903
  • Understand waste regulations and regulatory cleanup programs and guidance
  • Understand geologic setting and contaminant transport
  • Identify recognized environmental conditions at various sites
  • Understand hazards inherent to environmental work and related safety measures
  • Interpret laboratory results
  1. Education: S. in environmental science, geology, engineering, or related field
  2. Experience: 2+ years of project experience in environmental consulting, business development, health and safety, and knowledge of state regulations is a plus; meet or working towards qualifications of an Environmental professional as defined in 40 CFR 312.10(b)
  3. Skills: Strong computer and verbal/written communication skills
  4. Additional Requirements: Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record

*Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted


Office (controlled environment), Outdoors (environmental job hazards)

50% Office, 50% Travel (in-state and neighboring-state)

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