As our new Senior Geologist, you will be part of Princeton’s ambitious, diverse, creative, and collaborative investigation and remediation team. When you start with Ramboll, you’ll be joining a company that strives to make a difference – for our employees, clients and society. As you work on challenging projects, you will be given increasing responsibility – while also being able to rely on experienced managers and colleagues to offer support and a helping hand as you learn and develop in your role.
Your key tasks and responsibilities for this role will be:
- Leading the coordination and execution of field programs including site / remedial investigations, remediation and post-remediation monitoring programs.
- Leading the development of technical documents such as work plans, remedial investigation reports, remedial action reports, feasibility studies, and post-remediation monitoring reports.
- Supporting project management and business development tasks such as scope development, proposal writing, budget / milestone tracking, client presentation, etc. with the expectation that the candidate will grow to independently manage tasks and projects with minimal oversight.
- Training and serving as a mentor to junior staff. The ideal candidate will have experience and / or willingness to contribute to local and regional technical training programs.
Your starting point for constant growth
From the moment you join Ramboll, we will support your personal and professional development so that you grow with the company. For this role, we believe your starting point is:
- Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Geology, Environmental Science or related field and have approximately 8 to 15 years of relevant experience.
- Working knowledge of New Jersey (NJDEP) regulations and technical guidance is a requirement, including New Jersey’s Industrial Site Recover Act (NJAC 7:26B - ISRA), Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (NJAC 7:26E - TRSR) and Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites (NJAC 7:26C - ARRCS). Familiarity with other local State (e.g., PADEP, NYSDEC) and federal (USEPA) regulations a plus.
- Experienced working in geologic / hydrogeologic conditions common to New Jersey and nearby areas (e.g., coastal plain environments, fractured bedrock, etc.)
- 40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification and up to date 8-hour refresher required.
- Eligibility or interest in obtaining NJDEP LSRP license.
- PG license (or eligibility / interest to obtain) preferred.
- Project management experience a plus along with strong technical and client relationship building capabilities.