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Geology JobsInstructional Associate/Lab Technician - MiraCosta College has a job opening for a permanent, 32 hours per week, 10 month per year position as an Instructional Associate/Lab Technician in our Physical Sciences Department. The job involves preparing and setting up laboratory equipment and supplies for Physics, Astronomy, Geology and Oceanography courses, as well as maintaining inventory, ordering new materials, interacting with instructors, etc. The minimum qualification is a bachelorís degree (or equivalent) in a physical science and one yearís related work experience, or an associate degree (or equivalent) and 4 years of related experience. The compensation includes $4244 per month plus full benefits.
The formal job announcement can be found on MiraCostaís Human Resources web site, or for more information, contact Chris Metzler, Chair, Physical Sciences, MiraCosta College, firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date is Nov. 12, 2014, with employment beginning January 2015.
Position: Project Environmental Engineer/Project Geologist
Location: San Diego, California (no relocation allowance available)
Duration: Full Time
Salary: Dependent upon qualifications
TriEco, LLC is seeking a Project Environmental Engineer or Project Geologist to support its Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC SW) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contract work within California and other western U.S. locations. The qualified candidate will be based in our San Diego office and report directly to the TriEco Program and Operations Managers.
The Project Environmental Engineer or Project Geologist shall be responsible for estimating, planning, and executing environmental consulting work for CERCLA, RCRA, MMRP, UST, and Compliance programs. Scope includes Site Inspections, Remedial Investigations, Feasibility Studies, Proposed Plans, and Records of Decision. The job position will require management of multiple task orders. Typical duties include managing staff resources, budget, schedule, procurement/subcontractor oversight, tracking and reporting progress, and technical report writing. It is anticipated that the job position may also require up to 40% field time supervising and performing field work on an as-needed basis.
Apex has the following positions available in San Diego: Project Engineer/Geologist and Staff Geologist.
Further information from Rosemarie Harvey, PHR Manager, Operations Recruiting, Apex Companies, LLC, 15850 Crabbs Branch Way, Suite 200, Rockville, MD 20855 phone: 301-408-6667 x360
Entry-Level Geologist: Geosyntec is seeking an entry-level geologist to join our environmental consulting team in San Diego, CA. We are seeking a talented individual who is interested in supporting a variety of environmental tasks, including contaminated site assessment and remediation, environmental due diligence, and environmental compliance and permitting. Our client base includes a diverse mix of industrial, institutional and governmental clients. Job ID 31038.
CSU, San Bernardino, temporary teaching position: The California State University - San Bernardino Department of Geological Sciences is seeking a temporary teaching replacement for Dr. Erik Melchiorre during his 2015-16 sabbatical. Specifically, the Department needs someone to teach the required classes for the environmental geology option. The courses are GEOL 375 Groundwater Hydrology, which is taught in the Fall, it is a lecture course with a total of 4 hours of lecture a week, dates and times when it can be offered are negotiable. The other course is GEOL 376-Field Methods in Hydrology which is offered in the winter quarter, this has 2 hours of lecture and 6 hours of lab per week, again days and times when it can be offered are negotiable. If you are interested, direct any questions to Dr. Alan L. Smith, Chair, Department of Geological Sciences at (909) 537-5409, email@example.com
de maximis, inc., a nationwide firm specializing in project coordination, currently has opportunities for contract employees to provide services in Ecuador. We currently have an opportunity to provide these services and it is our understanding that there are several positions available. We understand that the initial assignment is 1 year. At least one position will require full time presence in Ecuador and the other positions could be done on a rotational basis. Strong spanish skills are essential as well as 3 to 10 years of professional experience. Work assignments and logistics will be handled from domestic de maximis offices.
Project Staff and Project Managers- Candidates would have a B.S. Degree in Environmental Science with either an Engineering or Geology degree as a plus. Candidate should have 3 to 10 years relevant experience in the environmental consulting industry. Candidates needs to have demonstrated site investigation knowledge, work plan and report preparation, task management, cost estimating and scheduling experience. The candidates should be detail oriented and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Professional Geologist or Engineer or ability to obtain within two years, and Masters degree is a plus. Positions will be based in Ecuador (initially), and will require travel and field work.
de maximis, inc. offers competitive salaries and benefits, and a challenging work atmosphere. To learn more visit our website at: www.demaximis.com.
No phone calls. Qualified candidates should send resumes, along with a cover letter summarizing experience and salary requirements to:
de maximis, inc.
Attention: Jack Keener
1322 Scott St, Suite 104
San Diego, CA 92106
de maximis, inc.
Albany, New York
Drilling & Completions Personnel, Petroleum Engineers, Facilities Engineers, Earth Scientists - Chevron is hiring in Bakersfield
Job WantedGraduating with BS in Geological Sciences: Hi there, SDAG. This is Matan A. Salmon. This month I will be graduating from Cal State Fullerton with a BS in Geological Sciences and am currently on the hunt for work in San Diego. I'm looking to get into either the hydrogeological, geotechnical, or environmental fields and would greatly appreciate any help with this transition. Through the fantastic program at CSUF I've gained extensive experience in field techniques, lab procedures, and report writing across a broad range of disciplines within geology. If you're looking for an eager, hard working, details oriented, and computer savvy individual, I am your man.
Feel free to send any job postings, questions, or suggestions to my email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, in advance, for any help.
Geological Engineer: I am an outgoing and enthusiastic geologic engineer with several years experience working on geological field projects, writing technical reports, and completing rigorous data analysis on large and complex data sets. Through my experience I have developed the ability to think critically, learn quickly, and communicate exceptionally both at the technical and non-technical level. I am an MS graduate with a degree in geological engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. I have 3 years of experience doing geotechnical investigations, geochemical assessments, and groundwater modeling at compromised sites and underground environments. Detailed work experience, education and more at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tessa-van-beek/51/46a/272 . Email Tessa Van Beek at email@example.com for more information.
Qualifications Summary and Objective: I have 14 years experience directing surface water quality monitoring programs with a proven record of excelling in monitoring plan implementation, quality control, public notification and continuous improvement in operational effectiveness and efficiency. I have built and maintained relationships with key staff in academia, industry, and all levels of government in San Diego and California. I have a widely applicable skill set which includes: analytical thinking, communication and writing skills, data analysis and management, inter and intra- agency project coordination, and staff supervision and training. My objective is to obtain a career position with an industry leader where I can contribute my skills to build the success of my employer as well grow professionally.
Detailed work experience, education and more at www.linkedin.com/in/cbclifton2010. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-964-1776.
ENGINEERING GEOLOGIST- MS in Geology, 13 years of the industry experience (CA, NY/NJ, overseas), California P.G., proficient in methods of subsurface exploration and geotechnical hazard evaluations, geophysical surveys, construction quality control, geotechnical engineering analyses, special interest in earthquake-hazard and seismic design related applications, strong problem solving and organizational skills, enjoy being challenged. I worked in San Diego in 1998-2004 and would love to move back. Detailed resume available upon request. Anna Fyodorova, Afyodorova103@gmail.com .
ENTRY-LEVEL ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST - I am a recent UCSB graduate with a double major in Environmental Studies (BS) and Geology (BS, Earth Systems emphasis) who is looking to begin a career in environmental consulting. I have prior lab experience in both professional and academic settings. I am looking to establish myself with a passionate and hard working environmental firm in the San Diego region. For further information about my credentials and work experience please contact Georgi Chertkov at email@example.com or call me at 505-412-3107.
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