GeoJobs - Job Oportunities

The Houston Geological Society Geo-Jobs section provides:

  • Employment opportunities
  • A variety of employment information to interested HGS members and the geological/geophysical community at large
  • Links to other potential employment opportunity sites

 

Cost

15 days: $50.00 per ad

30 days: $100.00 per ad

 

If you are interested in placing an ad, please contact the HGS office at 713.463.9476 or email us at office@hgs.org

*The HGS reserves the right to reject job postings that are not likely to be of interest to our members.*

 

 

Current Employment Opportunities

Senior Environmental and Remediation Geologist (Consultant) - WOB 

Summary
The Senior Environmental and Remediation Geologist position requires performing field and office tasks, as well as providing project management support for traditional assessment and remediation projects. Collaboration with Senior Project Managers and Principals will be required to service clients and complete projects on time and on budget.

Position Details

  • Reports to: Associate Managing Director – Compliance Services  
  • Location: Texas
  • Position Type: On-Call          
  • FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
  • Pay: Hourly
  • Compensation: Commensurate with experience
  • Travel: As needed for projects

 

Essential Job Functions

  • Field and office management of soil, soil vapor, and groundwater sampling; health and safety monitoring; and remediation implementation
  • Development and management of project scopes, schedules, and budgets
  • Preparation and review of regulatory and technical reports
  • Client and regulatory agency communications
  • Perform site visits and prepare Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, and cost proposals related to both
  • Primary author of Phase I and Phase II reports

 

Minimum Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Geology, Hydrogeology, or Earth Sciences
  • 10-15 years of relevant experience in the environmental industry with demonstrated progression in technical site investigation/remediation and task management.
  • Strong knowledge of TCEQ waste and clean up programs.
  • Experience with field characterization and remediation systems.
  • Knowledge of remediation equipment, processes, and maintenance.
  • Able to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions utilizing various historical documentation and environmental databases.
  • Ability to lead contractors, coworkers, and other professionals in task management capacity to complete project scopes on time and on budget.
  • Strong written and verbal communications with technical writing experience.

 

Preferred Job Requirements
Master's degree in Geology, Hydrogeology, or Earth Sciences

Work Schedule
On-Call as needed for projects. Flexibility around availability.

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