SCS Engineers This position will be to support the Sustainable Materials Management Practice in California; based in our Carlsbad or San Diego office. Initially the qualified individual will be expected to provide recycling and organics technical assistance for businesses within the City of Oceanside. This project will be the majority of the work for the first year, then the position will provide support to the existing sustainable materials management business practice, consisting of zero waste and solid waste management plan preparation, rate modeling, research and performing feasibility studies, disposal reporting review and monitoring, general research and report writing.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Work may include both field activities, such as meetings on technical related issues with the client and/or other SCS supervising staff, oversight of field activities, performing site visits, and conducting waste characterization studies, etc., as well as office activities, including conducting research, preparing reports and proposals as needed. Occasional travel may be required.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or higher in a related field required.1 to 5 years of relevant experience preferred. Experience specific to the solid waste industry including recycling, organics, and zero waste is preferred. Strength in working with businesses performing source reduction, recycling and organics technical assistance activities. Experience dealing with regulatory agencies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. MS Office software required. Valid driver’s license with a driving record in good standing required.
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