Mid-level Environmental Engineer/Scientist
Mid-level Environmental Engineer/Scientist
Seattle, WA or Portland, OR
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.
Why work for TIG Environmental?
We are a specialized, scientific and engineering 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 coaching 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 product that satisfies client objectives and provide professional satisfaction for everyone.
We offer a competitive benefits package including health, vision, dental, life insurance, STD/LTD, flexible spending account, dependent care account, and vacation/sick time. A
401(k) savings plan with employer matching, employee assistance program, and tuition reimbursement
Location (hybrid): Seattle, WA or Portland, OR
Employment Type: Full-time
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced environmental engineer or scientist, in our west coast offices, either Seattle, WA or Portland, OR. We are specifically looking for professionals with 4 to 8 years of technical experience.
This role will include collaboration with a broader team on sediment and stormwater source control projects in the Pacific Northwest and nationwide. The position requires review and analysis of technical documents such as RI/FS reports, engineering reports, and historical documents, preparation of expert reports, sampling plans, H&S plans, and other deliverables needed for specific project circumstances. The ideal hire would possess, in addition to technical skills, a high level of organization, willingness to take initiative, and the ability to work in a dynamic project role.
4 to 8 years of environmental experience, ideally in sediment remediation, stormwater investigation, and source control projects in both fresh water and marine environments.
B.S. / M.S. degree in environmental or civil engineering or B.S. / M.S in environmental science, geology, chemistry, or related field.
Certification as an Engineer in Training (EIT) or PE is a plus.
Demonstrated technical experience and knowledge of current technologies, industry practices, and regulations related to contaminated sediment management and stormwater management.
Demonstrated experience conducting sediment, soil, groundwater, and/or stormwater investigations, experience managing teams conducting such investigation a plus.
Demonstrated experience interfacing with clients, counsel, regulatory agencies, and contractors.
Experience developing feasibility studies, remedial decision documents and reports, experience with all facets of remedial design, experience with implementing remedies including project management and oversight.
Experience with review and analysis of technical data, chemical analytical data, and reports; experience with the development of conceptual site models and contaminant fate and transport.
Team player with a high degree of self-motivation and strong interpersonal, writing, organizational, presentation, and analytical skills.
Proficient with Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Project.
40-hour HAZWOPER certification or willingness to obtain certification.