NewFields is seeking a Project Environmental Engineer for our Missoula, Helena, or Boise offices. A Project-level Environmental Engineer in NewFields is responsible for designing and conducting various field investigations, managing a variety of laboratory testing programs, and analyzing and designing a variety of remediation systems (including water treatment) using appropriate analytic tools, models, and software, including AutoCAD©. The position requires superior communication skills, attention to detail, the ability to organize and analyze a variety of information to be used for decision-making, and the ability to meet multiple deadlines. An employee in this position is expected to work as a member of diverse project teams and accomplish specific tasks in a fast-paced environment to achieve project-specific objectives. In addition to the technical requirements of the position, it is expected the person in this position could be designated as a Project Manager for particular assignments, requiring skills in managing the scope of work, project schedule and budget, project team, and all safety requirements associated with the tasks.
Education Requirement: A Bachelor’s degree in environmental (or civil) engineering; a Master’s degree is preferred. Candidate must also have a minimum of an Engineer-In-Training (EIT) or Engineering Intern (EI) certification and be actively working to become a Professional Engineer (P.E.).
Experience Requirement: A minimum of at least five years of progressively increasing engineering-related experience.
Software: Position requires applicant to have working knowledge of Microsoft Office© software including Microsoft Access (or equivalent) and Autodesk Civil 3D AutoCAD©. Working knowledge of various types of numerical modeling software is advantageous.
Potential Travel: Travel to project sites located in the United States, Latin America, Africa, and elsewhere. The longest field assignment will likely be on the order of 2-3 weeks. It is expected approximately 80-90% of work time will be spent within the home office of the individual.
Job Location: Missoula or Helena, Montana; Boise, Idaho.
Physical Demands: Position requires sitting/standing for long periods of time, extended hours working on a computer and lifting up to 30 pounds. Field assignments can be located in a variety of environments and cultures, including difficult and diverse climates. During field assignments, standing, squatting, bending, and lifting up to 30 pounds may be required over prolonged periods of time.