The Sacramento office of Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. is seeking a Senior Toxicologist to support our growing risk assessment and toxicology compliance practice.
The position will involve coordination and implementation of project work associated with multimedia (air, water, and soil) risk assessments and environmental regulatory compliance in the industrial/ commercial, government, and mining sectors and project management. Experience with California state regulations related to environmental remediation, Proposition 65 compliance, and air quality compliance (AB2588 “Air Toxics” stationary source risk assessment/ risk reduction and CEQA support) is required. This position offers the opportunity to work with a large and diverse team of engineers and scientists to address complex environmental challenges executing the following roles/ responsibilities:
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Wood’s Sacramento, California office provides a broad range of services in engineering and earth and environmental sciences. Our Sacramento staff of approximately 40 engineers, geologist, scientists, and support personnel specializes largely in soil, groundwater, soil vapor, and sediment contamination assessment and remediation. We provide comprehensive support through all phases of assessment and remediation, from preliminary screening through remedial investigation, feasibility study, remedial design, remedial action, and construction oversight. In addition, we provide storm water, hazardous materials, hazardous waste, and other environmental compliance services, mold and indoor air quality assessments, and other health / safety compliance services.
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