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Geology JobsEnvironmental Compliance Specialist, TriEco is currently seeking an Environmental Compliance staff to provide support to Environmental Security (ES) at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (MCBCP), California. Selected staff will be located at MCB Camp Pendleton and appropriate background screening will be performed for this position.
Staff will assist ES with meeting their environmental compliance oversight and reporting requirements, for all applicable Federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, ordinances and Navy/Marine Corps Orders, in accordance with the; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Air Act, California Code of Regulations-Titles 22 and 17, California Health and Safety Code, state and county water authorities, county Air Pollution Control District (APCD) and Air Quality Management District (AQMD), MCBCP permits and compliance plans.
The primary responsibilities of the candidate will be to provide Stormwater and Wastewater compliance support by obtaining the necessary data to conduct thorough technical content reviews, permit application preparation, standard operating procedure development, compliance assessments, and regulatory reporting. The candidate will develop management plans, policies, training materials, presentations, permit application packages, and Standard Operating Procedures. The candidate will also conduct research, assist with site compliance, maintain documentation for regulatory reporting, and review National Environmental Planning Act (NEPA) planning documents for compliance.
Qualifications: A minimum of 3-5 years of related Environmental Compliance experience is required with an emphasis in Stormwater and Wastewater programs. A minimum of 5 years of Department of Defense Environmental Compliance experience is preferred.
The minimum requirements for this position include a bachelor's degree in environmental engineering or geology, or a related field.
This position requires selected candidate to possess U.S. citizenship and you must to be able to pass a background check and obtain and maintain government security clearance.
No field work is anticipated, however site visits across the Base will be conducted. Occasional travel may be required. Selected candidate will be located on MCBCP for the duration of employment. Office will be at the Environmental office at MCBCP. Candidate will be required to drive regularly.
You must be able to exert up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 lbs. of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Be able to survey sites which may be undeveloped, or of uneven topography.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. TriEco is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We invite resumes from all interested parties including women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities.
To apply, follow this link
Paleontology Collection Assistant The San Diego Natural History Museum is operated by the San Diego Society of Natural History, a private non-profit scientific organization incorporated in 1874. The Museum’s mission is to interpret the natural world through research, education and exhibits; to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of Southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment. Within the Museum, the Department of Paleontology specializes in managing over 1.5 million specimens as well as engaging in and facilitating collections-based research of fossil vertebrates, invertebrates, and plants collected primarily from Late Mesozoic- through Cenozoic-aged sites in southern California and northern Baja California, Mexico.
Position Summary: The Paleontology Collections Assistant will improve the digital data associated with SDNHM fossil specimens and fossil collection localities as part of a grant funded, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Collections Stewardship project.
Primary Functions and Major Responsibilities: The Paleontology Collections Assistant will use a geographic information system (GIS) to locate and georeference fossil collection localities and compile locality reports for uncatalogued specimens from southern California, USA and Baja California, Mexico. Responsibilities will also include database entry of locality and specimen data for uncatalogued specimens. Managing these digital data for fossils will extend to capturing digital images of specimens and associating the photographs to the specimen database.
To apply please submit resume, cover letter outlining your experience, and three professional references to email@example.com.
Please include the following in the subject line of your email "PCA Application- YOUR LAST NAME.FIRST INITIAL" (example: PCA Application-Smith. P.) No phone calls or drop ins please.
Invertebrate Paleontologist The San Diego Natural History Museum is operated by the San Diego Society of Natural History, a private non-profit scientific organization incorporated in 1874. The Museum's mission is to interpret the natural world through research, education and exhibits; to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of Southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment. Within the Museum, the Department of Paleontology specializes in managing over 1.5 million specimens as well as engaging in and facilitating collections-based research of fossil vertebrates, invertebrates, and plants collected primarily from Late Mesozoic- through Cenozoic-aged sites in southern California and northern Baja California, Mexico.
Position Summary: The Invertebrate Paleontologist will increase the scientific significance of the SDNHM paleontology collection by applying his/her knowledge of marine invertebrate taxonomy to curate uncatalogued Baja California, Mexico fossil invertebrates as part of a grant funded, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Collections Stewardship project.
Primary Functions and Major Responsibilities: The Invertebrate Paleontologist will curate (identify, organize, and database) marine invertebrate fossils from Baja California, Mexico. The collections are mostly restricted to marine Cenozoic, molluscan faunas of the northeastern Pacific region. The successful candidate will need to be familiar with molluscan taxonomy and be experienced with using appropriate library and internet references to assist in taxonomic identification.
To apply please submit resume, cover letter outlining your experience, and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following in the subject line of your email "IP Application- YOUR LAST NAME.FIRST INITIAL" (example: IP Application-Smith. P.) No phone calls or drop ins please.
ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING TECHNICIAN (Carlsbad, CA or Signal Hill, CA) H&P Mobile Geochemistry, Inc. is an environmental field service company that provides a broad range of environmental sampling throughout Southern California and beyond. H&P is currently looking for an Environmental Sampling Technician to work out of either our Carlsbad office or our Signal Hill office. If you want to work outdoors at different locations every day and become part of an expert team of environmental sampling technicians, see below for more information!
Primary job responsibilities will include the collection of soil vapor samples, soil samples, and groundwater samples. The employee will be trained on proper soil vapor sampling procedures in accordance with state and federal guidance and in accordance with our certified sampling protocols. Accurate record keeping, attention to detail, and math skills are a must. The Environmental Sampling Technician job does require physical labor as well as the ability to lift 50 lbs. Other duties will include hand augering, decontamination of drilling equipment, and various tasks associated with field work.
The ideal candidate:
We are pleased that you are seeking employment with H&P Mobile Geochemistry, Inc. (H&P). Applicants are considered without regard to race, color, sex, or national origin, or any factors prohibited by local, state, or federal law. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
TO APPLY: Please email your resume to: email@example.com
Hydrologist - We are looking for an energetic, career-minded hydrologist with 7-12 years of experience to join our client as the head of their hydrology department.
Candidates will have training and an advanced degree in civil engineering, surface water hydrology, hydraulic modeling, or geomorphology. Candidates should also have consulting or project-oriented experience; training relevant to fluvial analysis and management; and excellent technical, computational, writing, and verbal communication skills. Additional requirements include excellent personal motivation, well organized, self-directed, responsible, and an ability to work effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary team on multi-faceted projects. Experience in these areas is preferred, but not required. Experience in California strongly desired.
Geologist - NOREAS is seeking a staff geologist with approximately 3-5 years of experience in environmental consulting (with at least 50% in field work) to join our team based in either our Irvine or San Diego, California office. NOREAS performs interesting and challenging environmental investigation and remediation projects throughout California and the southwest. Availability for extensive overnight travel within California, Nevada and Arizona is required.
A BS or MS degree in geology, geotechnical or related field is required. California PG or Geologist-in-Training (GIT) preferred but not required. Must have 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER training. Qualified candidates should have experience performing environmental investigations and/or remediation under US Government/Military contracts. Should be proficient with MS Office. Familiarity with GIS, GINT, MS Access is a plus.
IO Environmental and Infrastructure is currently hiring for a Junior Engineer/Geologist in our San Diego location. Candidates must have a bachelors degree in geology, engineering, environmental science or related field. We have several full time positions for individuals possessing 0 to 5 years of experience working on environmental remediation and consulting projects.
The successful candidate will have experience in performing multimedia field sampling, soil borings and well installation, remediation system O&M, remedial excavation oversight, data logging, environmental document preparation and review, project tracking, and project task management. Candidates will benefit from having 40-hour HAZWOPER training and familiarity with applicable regulations including CERCLA, RCRA, RWQCB, and DTSC. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to work independently and to develop successful business relationships with colleagues and clients and ability to identify new project opportunities. Must be flexible, willing to travel, and be available to work in the field. Candidates that possess excellent technical writing skills are preferred. Candidates must be able to provide written work examples upon request, and be highly proficient with MS Office applications.
IO Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc. (IOEI) is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business established in 2006. We highly encourage veterans and diversity candidates to apply. Please send resumes with an e-mail cover letter discussing how your qualifications meet the requirements of this position to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Engineer/Geologist Senior Project (PROGRAM) Manager
This is a full time position for a professional engineer and/or geologist with 10-15 years of experience including Federal and Commercial environmental remediation and consulting to include, project estimating, client relations, staff management, environmental document preparation and review, project tracking, budgeting, and cost forecasting, and project task management.
Must have a PG in Geology or a PE in relevant Engineering field (Civil, Environmental, Chemical, Geotechnical, etc.).
Must possess excellent management, communication and technical writing skills. Must provide written work examples upon request, and be highly proficient with MS Office applications. AutoCAD and GIS software capabilities are also desired.
Must possess understanding of contracts, insurance, bonding, and other procedural administrative projects documents.
Must have 40-hour HAZWOPER training and at least 10 years of relevant experience with federal government projects (Navy and USACE preferred). Must be familiar with applicable regulations including CERCLA, RCRA, RWQCB, and DTSC with experience writing reports subjected to regulatory review.
Work experience must demonstrate an ability to work independently and to develop successful business relationships with colleagues and clients and ability to identify new project opportunities.
Must be flexible, willing to travel, familiar with cost estimating, proposal preparation, and able to manage multiple assignments concurrently.
Please send resumes with an e-mail cover letter discussing how your qualifications meet the requirements of this position to email@example.com
IO Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc. (IOEI) is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business established in 2006. We highly encourage veterans and diversity candidates to apply.
Environmental Engineer/Environmental Scientist - RCRA/CERCLA KMEA is a multi-discipline environmental services firm expanding its contracts with the Federal Government. We seek a full time Environmental Engineer or Environmental Scientist for the San Diego area with 2 to 5 years of environmental field experience working for the U.S. Navy and/or other Department of Defense customers.
Candidates must have RCRA and CERCLA experience with the U.S. Navy and a desire & ability to work across a broad range of environmental disciplines that include groundwater, soil, and soil vapor sampling/data collection/data reduction; writing Work Plans/Sampling and Analysis Plans, APPs and HASPs, RI/FS documents, Proposed Plans and RODs.
Staff to Project Level Geologist
Southern California Soil and Testing, Inc. (SCST) has been providing professional engineering and construction support services since 1959. Our understanding of the region and experience with local conditions and agencies has resulted in the successful completion of thousands of projects for 55 years. With offices in Los Angeles, Inland Empire, Central Valley and San Diego, SCST provides the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects.
Currently, we are seeking an experienced geologist for our San Diego location. The ideal candidate will have 3 to 7 years of geotechnical experience. Soils technician is experience required; Southern California experience preferred but not mandatory. Job duties require experience with logging and sampling exploratory borings and test pits, in-grading problem solving, report writing, and proposal preparation. Must be proficient in MS Word and Excel; CAD preferred but not mandatory. SCST offers room for professional growth and management training.
SCST offers competitive compensation and a full benefit package that includes medical / dental / life insurance, 9 paid holidays, vacation time and sick leave, and a company 401(k) Plan. For immediate consideration please Email a resume and references.
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.
Drilling & Completions Personnel, Petroleum Engineers, Facilities Engineers, Earth Scientists - Chevron is hiring in Bakersfield
Job WantedSENIOR GEOLOGIST - Bilingual English and Spanish speaker with 12 years of experience in geological, geotechnical, and hydrogeological investigations for civil projects such as highways, railway lines, dumping sites, dams and residential buildings. A postgraduate specifically trained in environmental management and groundwater hydrology. Skilled in site management, drilling campaigns, and supervision of geotechnical laboratory and site tests.
Detailed work experience, education, and recommendations at http://www.linkedin.com/in/sergiopostigo/. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sergio Postigo at 619-450-3642
This is Farida Baxamusa, MS - Earth Science from Scripps Institution Of Oceanography (SIO), University of California, San Diego (UCSD). I am originally from India, and have another Master's in Earth Sciences from St. Xavier's College, University of Mumbai, India. I have also been granted the Dr. Ratan Nadirshaw Sukeshwala and Dr. Dayanand Dattatraya Yellur scholarship for securing highest rank in Earth Science at MS Part I and Part II. After completing my MS in India, I secured an internship at Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Mumbai, India. Later I worked as an Earth Science lecturer at St. Xavier's College, University of Mumbai, India where I held classes, directed discussions among large groups ranging from 35 to 80 students on mineralogy, petrology, geochemistry, crystallography, economic geology, oceanography, and plate tectonics and led lab courses involving mapping, stratigraphy, and paleontology. In September of 2013, I was accepted at SIO, UCSD for a master's program. Dr. Lisa Tauxe was my advisor and I worked as a research assistant under her in the field of paleomagnetism. I worked in the paleomagnetism laboratory where I skillfully selected quenched rock materials from lava flow samples to obtain accurate estimates of the Earth's magnetic field intensities. I developed python scripts to analyze individual samples to obtain their paleointensity values. I also worked as a teaching assistant for a year where I assisted teaching undergraduates introductory geology and Earth processes, collaborated with other teaching assistants and professors to aid in conducting an introductory course about hydrologic processes on Earth and held office hours, tutored students, proctored and graded exams. Around the time of completion of my degree I presented my year's research to the faculty members of the Geoscience Research Division (GRD) and qualified for my MS in Earth Science and graduated in September of 2014. I am currently doing 3 part time jobs, one as a Staff Research Associate at SIO, the other as a Staff scientist at the Bodhi Group where I perform phase I site assessments, and the third as a geology education website volunteer at California Coastal Commission Public Education Department, CA. I am now actively looking for a job in environmental consultancy firms or educational institutions. I believe that I have a varied background and education and the perseverance and grit in achieving excellence in everything I do. If you have any advice, jobs, internships please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or call me on 858- 397-8456. Your help and guidance will be highly appreciated.
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