Environmental Scientist, Engineer, Geologist

Bedminster, NJ or Syracuse, NY

Environmental Scientist, Engineer, Geologist

Location:

Employment Type:

Full-time

TIG Environmental performs environmental allocation/litigation support activities, including contaminant source identification, site and industry archaeology, environmental forensics, data analytics, and the characterization and remediation of contaminated waterfront and upland sites. We operate in a highly collaborative environment and work with team members across the United States and in Europe.Our client and project needs expose employees to a wide variety of projects and complex assignments that provide opportunities for professional development while working on interdisciplinary teams.


Please email your resume to inquiries@intell-group.com

Why work for TIG Environmental?

  • We are a specialized, scientific company with diverse clients and projects across the United States and in Europe, where we operate in a highly integrated and collaborative environment. Staff have consistent and regular exposure to projects and teams located outside their local office environment

  • We are an equal opportunity employer with a diverse talent pool, including environmental scientists, engineers, geologists, chemists, modelers, data scientists, and private investigators

  • Our client and project needs allow employees to gain exposure to interesting, challenging, and complex assignments that provide opportunities for professional development and career growth while working on interdisciplinary teams

  • Each employee is encouraged to develop and implement a personal Professional Development Plan, fostering career growth while receiving mentoring from senior team members

  • We have a comprehensive health and safety program that focuses on the safety and well-being of all TIG employees

  • We produce high quality technical work products that satisfy client objectives and provide personal professional satisfaction

  • We offer a competitive benefits packages including health, vision, and dental care as well as vacation/sick time and a 401(k) plan

Job Requirements:

  • 4-year degree in environmental science, geology, engineering, toxicology, marine biology, chemistry, or related field

  • 40-hour HAZWOPER certification

  • At least 5 years of experience working on uplands and sediment cleanup sites

  • Previously managed tasks and/or projects, including developing proposal/scope of work, budgeting, selecting and coordinating subcontractors, and scheduling and managing resources

  • Demonstrated experience developing sampling and analysis plans, health and safety plans (HASPs), quality assurance project plans (QAPPs), field sampling and collection, and preparation of technical reports

  • Previous experience collecting soil, groundwater, sediment, and stormwater samples following standard operating procedures and/or methods, including under ASTM, EPA or equivalent standards.

  • Familiarity with CERCLA and NPDES regulations

  • Track record contributing to teams while also working  independently on multiple projects under strict deadlines

  • Strong communication, technical writing, organizational, and presentation skills

  • Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions

  • Valid driver’s license and safe driving record

  • Overnight travel may be required