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  • 11/07/2019 6:39 PM | Anonymous

    My name is Michael Szlinis and I applying for graduation this coming 2020 Winter semester at Schoolcraft College.  I am pursuing an Associate of Science as well as an Environmental Science Technician Certificate.  In order to complete the graduation requirements I have to fulfill a 40 hr internship in my field.

     I have attached my resume for review.

  • 08/22/2019 12:56 PM | Anonymous

    ATC Group Services in search of Staff Scientist

    Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Supporting the Phase I and Phase II due diligence department Manager and Department related work/job responsibilities.
    • Preparing proposals, including job scopes and budgets; project coordination, management of field activities, report writing, and general project support and completion functions for projects involving Phase I due diligence, Phase II subsurface investigation and hazardous material characterization
    • Support for management of clients of the ATC Novi, MI office and participate in new client/project development via completion of proposals, client meetings, etc.
    • Must be well organized and able to manage multiple activities in a fast paced consulting environment. Ability to work well with others.
    • Abide by ATC’s health and safety policies and procedures.

    Req Number ENG-19-00036

    Position Requirements

    Basic Qualifications
    • Project Scientist with 8 plus yrs Exp.
    • B.S. degree in environmental related field is preferred with 8 years-experience.
    • Strong technical writing/editing skills
    • Strong technical expertise in due diligence, soil and groundwater investigations, and hazardous material characteristics
    • A thorough understanding of State of Michigan environmental regulations with particular emphasis in leaking underground storage tank facilities;
    • Good interpersonal communications and report writing skills
    • Training should include: 40-hour Hazwoper & Current 8-hour Hazwoper Refresher
    • Seniority level

    • Employment type

    • Job function

      ResearchAnalystInformation Technology
    • Industries

      Environmental Services

  • 07/01/2019 12:01 PM | Anonymous

    Safety and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

    Environment Health & Safety, University of Michigan-Flint is looking for a full-time, Safety and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator who is self-directed with strong problem solving and critical thinking skills as well as customer focused. The person will coordinate a wide variety of occupational safety and health as well as emergency preparedness related activities to promote and sustain a Campus Culture of Safety and Preparedness. Activities may include, but not limited to job hazard evaluations and PPE assessments, disaster preparedness planning, conduct training and exercises to test emergency readiness. Review and update programs, plans and support documentation. Inspect facilities and equipment to assess operational and functional capabilities. Propose modifications and support EHS programs based on regulatory changes, technological changes, industry best practices, or knowledge gained from outcomes of inspections, exercises or emergency situations. Coordinate continuity of operations planning. For additional information, please consult our website at www.umjobs.org  (Job ID # 173529) UM-Flint is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

  • 03/19/2019 6:51 PM | Anonymous

    JOB #: 7601-19-RRD-003

    DEPARTMENT: Environmental Quality

    JOB TYPE: Permanent Full Time


    SALARY: Hourly $ 27.22 - $39.96

    OPENING DATE: 03/14/19

    CLOSING DATE: 04/04/19 11:59 PM

    JOB DESCRIPTION: NOTE: This is a reposting. If you previously applied to this posting, you do not need to reapply. Your application is still being considered. The Incident Manager serves as a singular point of contact between local, county, state and federal government incident management personnel, on a statewide basis. The Incident Manager provides oversight of response actions to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and incident management standards of performance. Tasks are multidimensional including preparedness for, prevention and mitigation of, response to and recovery from many types of disasters, emergencies and major events to include the most serious and complex incident "types" as defined by the National Incident Management System (NIMS). This position also functions as a senior EQA/Project Manager to implement Part 201 and Part 213 of the NREPA at both privately-funded and state-funded properties, located in the RRD District Office.

    MDEQ_Kalamazoo_Job Bulletin.pdf

  • 03/19/2019 8:54 AM | Anonymous

    Eurofins TestAmerica has a job opening for a field technician in Brighton, MI

    Job Description

    Assists with routine and non-routine sampling, monitoring, and data collection activities in support of environmental monitoring programs.

    1. Collects, documents, packages, and ships samples in accordance with appropriate project-specific sampling and analysis plans/protocols.
    2. Assists with routine and non-routine data collection activities for environmental monitoring programs, which may involve hazardous material/waste project sites.
    3. Assists with routine sample preparation and/or analyses, generally on site, in support of mobile laboratory operations or screening surveys.
    4. Completes documents and is responsible for quality control of all assignments.
    5. Follows and enforces company health and safety policies.

    Job Requirements

    High School education is required. Associates degree and/or background in sciences are preferred. May require training in site remediation and hazard protection.

    On-the-job training will be provided.

    Materials and Equipment Used
    • Field sampling equipment
    • Field analytical instrumentation
    • Calculator
    • Personal Computer

    Physical Requirements:
    Bending and lifting are frequently completed for moving sample bottles and to lift equipment (up to 50 pounds) will be necessary.

    Please apply at: http://www.testamericainc.com/careers

  • 02/27/2019 12:27 PM | Anonymous

    Storm Water Specialist

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

    Date Available:  Immediately

    This posting is for an intermediate level storm water specialist that will work collaboratively as a member of the University of Michigan (U-M) Environment, Health & Safety Department’s Environmental Protection and Permitting Program.  The primary focus of the position will include, but not be limited to, the overall management of the University’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Permit and other related storm water compliance issues.  For consideration, applicants must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience managing a MS4 NPDES permit, which includes all reporting and compliance requirements of the permit.  Additional responsibilities may include: Joint Permit Applications, Threatened & Endangered Species Report evaluation, Wetland & Stream Delineation Report review, GIS, TMDL sampling, Floodplain Evaluation & permitting, sanitary sewer sampling, and other general environmental permitting & compliance.

    The U-M is one of the top rated public universities in the country, and demonstrates a strong commitment to the protection of our natural resources and the environment.  This open position is located in Ann Arbor, MI, which is a diverse and vibrant community that offers a wide variety of social and cultural opportunities and a high-quality of life.  The U-M offers a generous benefits package, details of which can be found at: http://www.benefits.umich.edu/

    For more information regarding the Stormwater Specialist position (U-M Job ID 169043), please see the University of Michigan Careers webpage located at http://umjobs.org/.

  • 02/25/2019 4:36 PM | Anonymous

    Arcadis is seeking a highly motivated and driven individual to serve as an Environmental Project Manager with our AFS (Arcadis FieldTech Solutions) team in support of environmental project implementation (technical reports, scope, schedule, budget management).  The position is project management oriented and, working under the supervision of project managers, you will perform task management activities including planning and tracking of scope, schedule, and budget in accordance with Arcadis project management requirements. The position will be located in our Novi, MI office.

    Other duties include:

    • Data analysis and writing technical reports
    • Regulatory correspondences and other project documentation
    • Assistance with preparation of investigation work plans
    • Subcontractor correspondences and agreement execution
    • Field activity planning and coordination
    • Project metrics tracking and reporting to project team
    • Conceptual Site Model (CSM) preparation and updating
    • Takes lead in developing technical solutions
    • Frequent communication with Staff and Project Managers from several different office locations

     Additional information:

    • Must be a strong collaborator with excellent computer, verbal and written communication skills.
    • Must be agile, flexible, and capable of efficiently completing assignments by working independently and in teams to maintain schedules and budgets.
    • Must be motivated to pursue tasks presented and multi-task
    • This position will be a combination of office and occasional field activities
    • Valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record
    • Experience in Site investigations
    • Experience with Michigan Part 201 & 213 Regulations

    Required Qualifications: 

    • Bachelors Geology, Science or Engineering or related discipline
    • 5-7years experience

    Please apply on-line  Environmental Project Manager - Novi or feel free to contact patricia.maga@arcadis.com  or call 303-471-3509

  • 02/19/2019 11:18 AM | Anonymous

    Project Geologist/Engineer II

    Location: Grand Haven/Grand Rapids, MI

    Lakeshore Environmental, Inc. (LEI) is actively seeking a motivated geologist/geoscientist/environmental engineer to join its Grand Haven or Grand Rapids Office teams.  The successful candidate will undertake challenging and interesting work on a wide variety of projects related to the investigation, evaluation, and remediation of contaminated sites.  The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated employee who can function independently and as part of a fast-paced team.

    Please send resumes to Kirk Perschbacher in our Grand Rapids office: kirkp@my-lei.com


    • Perform Phase I and II environmental assessments to support property transactions.
    • Conduct field work including soil, sediment, groundwater, and surface water sampling, aquifer testing, drilling oversight and soil logging, soil boring and monitoring well installation, well development, purging and sampling, and construction oversight.
    • Coordinate and direct drilling, surveying, and laboratory services.
    • Provide oversight on environmental remediation projects, and operations and maintenance of environmental remediation systems.
    • Assist in data interpretation and preparation of site work plans, spreadsheets, figures, and technical reports.
    • Assist in groundwater and remedial system performance monitoring, maintenance, and optimization.
    • Field work opportunities for this position will be year-round and will likely include some out-of-town travel.
    • Focus on team project delivery, taking direction primarily from Project Managers.
    • Work within quality/budget/schedule expectations and scope-specific assignments.
    • Assist in ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations.
    • Communicate with Project Managers, subcontractors, regulatory agents, tenants, and clients during field activities.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Geology or related field with a minimum of 3 years’ experience.
    • Effective written/verbal communication and organization/analytical skills.
    • Strong commitment to safety, including following established Health and Safety protocols.
    • Valid Driver’s License and a good driving record
    • Ability to succeed in a consulting pace, handling multiple project assignments, and maintaining flexibility, while meeting strict deadlines.

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Geology, Environmental Engineering, or related field with 5+ years’ experience.
    • Qualify as an Environmental Professional as defined by ASTM International (ASTM).
    • Possess or have the ability to attain “Certified Professional Geologist (CPG)” status with the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG).
    • Detail oriented with mechanical aptitude with hands-on trouble shooting/problem solving skills.
    • Familiarity with Michigan Part 201 and Part 213 and associated guidance documents and operational memoranda.
    • Experience preparing documents for MDEQ and other regulatory agencies.
    • Strong commitment customer service, sales, and marketing.
    • 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) certification

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