Sr. Remediation Engineer

Post Date

May 20, 2024

Location

Baltimore,
Maryland

ZIP/Postal Code

21202
US
Sep 19, 2024 Insight Global

Job Type

Perm

Category

Environmental Engineering

Req #

BAL-705504

Pay Rate

$140k - $160k (estimate)

Job Description

Insight Global is looking for a Sr. Civil Remediation Engineer to sit fully remote. This person will be helping to work on efforts for various projects or BD efforts. They will need to feel comfortable managing staff, providing cost estimation, writing proposals, etc. Daily job duties will include the below:



· Technical leadership for hazardous waste remediation under CERCLA and RCRA programs throughout the project life cycle, focusing on exit strategy and remedy implementation and completion.

· Subject matter expertise (SME) in one or more specific areas of remedial engineering, geology, or chemistry (e.g., site optimization, vapor intrusion/vapor migration, critical process analysis, risk and exposure assessment, HRSC, biological processes, PFAS, treatment system upgrades, and technology advancements, etc.).

· Demonstration of SME for the analysis, design, installation, and operation of treatment strategies for waste materials in soil, groundwater, air, sediment, drinking water, and providing engineering and scientific expertise to protect human health and the environment.

· Provide definitive knowledge of site investigation and remediation technology, HRSC technology providers and services, products, vendors, subcontractors, lab scale/bench scale testing firms, and other subcontractors, consultants, and team partners to create robust teams for complex problems.

· Ability to understand and drive Risk Management for remediation strategies, including development of Risk Registers, Risk Monitoring Plans, contingent activities, and Contingency Plans.

· Provide overall site management for both proposed and existing sites, including development of technical remediation approach, cost estimation, schedule development, identification of critical milestones, planning, reporting, and formal project management.

· Provide input and develop written technical reports for delivery to clients, perform quality control reviews, and maintain deliverables of high quality to meet internal and client requirements.

· Independently manage tasks and work with other Project/Program Managers on various environmental projects.

· Provide direction, instruction, training, and leadership to support staff as a mentor for your work/sites.

· Perform background research, gather information, and interpret laboratory and field data to support technical activities. Evaluate data reports and draw comparison of results with similar analysis.

· Attend site visits, observe, and evaluate client programs and activities.

· Follow organization policies and systems for purchasing, procurement, project management and reporting, business development, and marketing, and project financial status reporting to management.

· Remain highly cognizant of environmental regulations and new requirements in the U.S.

· Interact with clients and regulatory agencies as needed to support site work.





Compensation: $140K to $160K per year annual salary.

Exact compensation may vary based on several factors, including skills, experience, and education. Benefit packages for this role includes healthcare insurance offerings and paid leave as provided by applicable law.

We are a company committed to creating diverse and inclusive environments where people can bring their full, authentic selves to work every day. We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that believes everyone matters. Qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment regardless of their race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, national origin, ancestry, genetic factors, age, disability, protected veteran status, military or uniformed service member status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or recruiting process, please send a request to HR@insightglobal.com.

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Required Skills & Experience

* A Bachelor's degree in Engineering (civil, chemical, environmental)

* 10-15 years of demonstrated professional consulting experience as a Technical Professional with strong project management skills.

* Excellent writing and communication skills.

* Experience creating proposals, doing cost estimation, participating in various BD efforts

* Understanding of industrial wastewater treatment plants and their operations.

* Experience interacting directly with government personnel and necessary subcontractors.

* Strong knowledge of environmental regulations/CERCLA/Superfund sites (either from EPA, PRPs, or other customers including Army Corps of Engineers, Air Force, Navy, ETC.).

* Professional Engineer (PE) certification is required.

Nice to Have Skills & Experience

* Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

* Civil/CHEMICAL engineering background.

* Experience in project/proposal Work Breakdown Structures (WBS), Work Packages, and Project Planning -- understanding how to formulate tasks and plan activities to meet a project's objectives.

* Cost Estimating -- using WBS and Work Packages (from (1) above) to develop costs for project labor, supplies, materials, equipment, and defining subcontractor requirements. Develop solid technical scopes of work to solicit competitive bids from qualified subcontractors to support the project and meet objectives. Costs may be derived from master databases (RS Means, Craftsman Cost Data, etc.), bids, bottoms-up estimates, vendors/suppliers, or other sources)

* Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft PROJECT (or related) to build a project master schedule by creating relationships to various tasks and work products in the schedule, defining milestones, and allocating costs to those milestones to make a payment schedule.

* Ability to lead or significantly contribute to considerable proposal efforts that require the abovementioned skills.

Benefit packages for this role will start on the 31st day of employment and include medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as HSA, FSA, and DCFSA account options, and 401k retirement account access with employer matching. Employees in this role are also entitled to paid sick leave and/or other paid time off as provided by applicable law.