AFS Task Manager 1

Job Description
Arcadis is seeking a detail oriented, well organized, dependable Scientist, Geologist, or Engineer with excellent interpersonal skills to join our Bluefield, VA team. Position requires strict adherence to health and safety procedures, attention to detail, good work ethic, and a passion for high quality workmanship. This position offers an excellent opportunity to work on a variety of environmental projects while working with a dedicated and experienced staff.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Writing and preparation of reports, work plans, and letters;
Preparing cost estimates;
Data management (compilation, manipulation, and evaluation of data);
Conducting project related research (historic data, regulations, etc.),
Conducting alternatives analysis;
Preparing periodic status/program reports; and
Contacting regulatory and municipal agencies and subcontractors/vendors to coordinate field activities and obtain project-related information.
Technical writing responsibilities require excellent written communication skills and interaction with staff requires strong interpersonal communication skills.
Additional duties may include field related task and require extended travel. Field activities may include such task as:
Health and Safety oversight of soil boring and groundwater monitoring well installation
Elevation surveying
Soil and groundwater sampling per EPA Methods
Site Inspections
Soil characterization
Required Qualifications
3-5 years' experience
BS in geology or engineering or related science
Experience with task management for remediation projects
Familiarity with regulatory agencies
Proficient with MS Word and MS Excel to prepare technical reports and spreadsheet data entry.
Preferred Qualifications
Masters in Geology, Engineering, or Science related discipline.
Knowledge or experience in state environmental regulations, specifically underground storage tank regulations, in OH, VA, WV, TN, NC, and PA.
40 hours OSHA certification
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