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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2023 California Land Recycling Conference: People, Partnerships, Progress

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Junior Engineer
Tetra Tech
We are seeking a Junior Civil or Environmental Engineer with outstanding technical capabilities who can help us advance our practice. Our projects involve complex site investigations coupled with the application of innovative site remediation technologies.
Senior Project Associate
Center for Creative Land Recycling
Reporting to senior staff, the Senior Project Associate (Sr PA) will work independently and demonstrate leadership in assisting CCLR’s communications and delivery of educational services. CCLR works under contracts with CA Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In this capacity, the Sr PA will be responsible for communications and outreach efforts to draw in applicants for grant funding in disadvantaged communities. The ideal candidate will have a track record in organizing in-person events and webinars, have excellent organization, time management, and communication skills and have experience in project management.

TO APPLY: please send your cover letter and resume to with your name and SrProject Associate in the subject line. Your application will not be considered without a cover letter.
Entry Level or mid level environmental engineer
Intrinsyx Environmental
Environmental Engineer
We are a quickly growing remediation firm with over 25 years of experience in phytoremediation—using plants, trees, grass and microbes in environmental remediation for soil, groundwater, surface water, and wastewater. We offer an opportunity to work at the forefront of this emerging technology—developing the next generation of regenerative remediation design using microbes, fungi, and plants.
We are looking for an entry- to mid-level (0-6 yrs) environmental engineer with work experience or coursework in environmental engineering, natural treatment systems, phytoremediation, wastewater treatment, hydrogeology, habitat restoration, ecology, or plant science.
Important qualities are a desire to work hard while learning phytoremediation design and an ability to communicate verbally and in writing to support our engineers, project managers and scientists.
Please describe any experience and ability in any of the following areas:
environmental remediation
microbiology, botany, geology, hydrology
water/wastewater treatment design, natural treatment system
sampling and analysis
data analysis
environmental/biological statistics
report writing
arborist work,
farming & fieldwork
pilot design and operation
hazardous waste management, HAZWOPER certificate
Job duties for this position could include:
Site design and planning: create site layouts: use GIS tools to locate site features and determine elevations and slopes
Phytoremediation design: use your own and company’s knowledge of plants, trees, and microbes to design appropriate and effective remediation design for diverse sites including Superfunds, brown fields, redevelopment projects, sensitive ecosystems, oil and gas contamination, etc

We need someone who is self-motivated, hardworking and based in the Bay Area and will work in the Sunnyvale office with some opportunity for remote work. We have a strong teamwork ethic, and in- person interaction is vital to our strategy.

Project Manager - Hazardous Substances Engineer
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Are you an engineer who likes to manage projects and work with a multidisciplinary team of engineers, geologists, scientists, and toxicologists? The DTSC Berkeley Site Mitigation and Restoration Program (SMRP) is seeking an engineer (Hazardous Substances Engineer) who will serve as a project manager and oversee assessment, investigation and/or cleanup of hazardous waste/substance sites in multiple Bay Area counties.

As a Hazardous Substances Engineer you will have the opportunity to:

Review or prepare technical engineering reports and other documents including Phase I, Preliminary Endangerment Assessment; site characterization workplans and reports; sampling and analysis plans; and pilot and treatability studies

Plan and manage a workload consisting of one or more assignments on projects with sometimes conflicting deadlines to ensure all assignments are completed on time and within budget

Coordinate and conduct on-site oversight of field activities including the collection of field samples, construction of remedies, and remedial system operation and maintenance to ensure compliance with approved plans and applicable Health and Safety protocols

Represent DTSC before federal, state, and local agencies, elected officials, communities, and stakeholders who have an interest in the remediation and reuse of contaminated properties
Unit Chief - Senior Engineering Geologist
Department of Toxic Substances Control
The Site Mitigation and Restoration Program is seeking a Senior Engineering Geologist (supervisory). This individual will lead Project Managers of various engineering and scientific disciplines. If you have a passion to apply your geology and leadership skills to the protection of human health and the environment, then this is the job for you!

As a Senior Engineering Geologist you will have the opportunity to:
Supervise staff and analyze sites to ensure that projects are managed in an efficient and administratively sound manner
Analyze and manage project resources including project management staff within the Unit and support staff such as geological, engineering, legal, public participation, and CEQA and project budgets from grants, direct site cleanup funds, and Voluntary Cleanup Agreements
Work in conjunction with DTSC staff and management, develops and manages Annual Work Plan commitments and ensures that staff implement necessary project management activities including scheduling, tracking, and status reporting.
Provide guidance to staff to ensure that legal and policy requirements are met at sites

Review, evaluate, and approve technical work related to site investigation and cleanup

Desirable Qualifications We Look For:
A proven track record of successfully leading and mentoring staff

Experience in assessing and tracking staff performance measures

Knowledge and Application of Geological Principles related to Site Cleanup and RCRA Corrective Action

Knowledge or Experience in Site Investigation and Remediation Projects

Experience in public outreach

California license as a Professional Geologist is preferred

Current HAZWOPER training (40-hour and 8-hour refresher)
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