Senior Civil / Environmental Engineer

Overview / Responsibilities The Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions (Wood) Chelmsford, MA office is seeking an Engineer with appropriate experience to support projects involving site civil design (including stormwater, grading, utilities, roadway) and environmental remediation (sediments remediation, in-situ remediation including SVE, IAS, ISCO, ERD, etc.), remediation feasibility studies, cost estimates, planning documents, engineering design, and construction oversight. Anticipated work will focus on engineering, permitting, and construction oversight supporting these projects.   Key Responsibilities   The position will involve all facets of both site civil engineering and environmental remediation including, but not limited to: hydrologic and hydraulic analyses, grading plan development, soil cut/fill volume calculations, remediation feasibility studies and cost estimates, remedial investigations, remedial design of treatment facilities, construction oversight, and operation and maintenance support. This position offers the opportunity to work with a diverse team of engineers and scientists to address complex environmental challenges executing the following roles/responsibilities:  Prepare engineering evaluations and feasibility studies, design sediment and other remedies, and develop conceptual cost estimates Prepare project planning and reporting documents including investigation work plans, sampling and analysis plans, remedial action plans, permitting submittals, and construction complete reports Analyze and interpret environmental data and prepare related reports Prepare and/or support development of environmental permit applications for site development projects and remediation work Develop and review plans, specifications and special provisions for site design and remediation projects. Develop construction cost estimates Prepare requests for proposals and assist in subcontractor procurement Develop or support proposals Oversee remedial action implementation and provide construction management support including review of contractor submittals Skills / Qualifications Basic/RequiredQualifications BS in Civil/Environmental/Chemical Engineering 9 to 15years of design or constructionexperience with a focus on site civil and environmental applications in site remediation (sediments and in-situ) Engineer-In-Training (EIT) or Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification, or other appropriate environmental certification Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills. Strong organizational abilities Demonstrated professional judgment, consistency and attention to detail Ability and willingness to travel to project sites within New England. Anticipated travel expected to be less than 10% overnight travel; however, extended travel up to two weeks is possible at times Adaptability and willingness to adjust to client needs Flexibility to work outside of normal business hours if required Must pass drug test, physical, background check and must have a satisfactory driving record in accordance with the Company's driving (MVR) policy PreferredQualifications MS in Civil/Environmental/Geotechnical/Chemical/Coastal Engineering Professional Engineer registration other appropriate registration or ability to obtain within 1 year Understanding construction means and methods for civil earthwork projects, remediation of contaminated sites, and remediation of contaminated sediments Geotechnical engineering design experience Construction inspection/oversight experience Experience implementing remedial solutions for in-situ and in-water contamination Sediment sampling in various environments and knowledge of sediment sampling methods Experience preparing or supporting the development of engineering 2018-29805
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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