Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions is seeking an experienced Remediation Engineer to develop and manage environmental investigations and provide office and field engineering support for remedial design and construction projects. Specifically, the role will involve a co - located assignment at our client’s Jersey City, New Jersey field office working closely with both our field staff and the client’s remediation group to implement complex remediation projects. General responsibilities include providing technical input for the environmental remedial projects and associated deliverables (plans and specifications, design reports, as - built documentation, etc.), while adhering to the client SOPs, company standards, contract and regulatory requirements.
The project will demand substantial client interaction in technical presentations, meetings, and development of engineering work products subject to both client review and regulatory agency approval. The role will support numerous currently active projects from initial studies through the final stages of remediation, with frequent interface with Wood project teams supporting the work from our Hamilton, NJ office and Jersey City project office. The strongest candidates for this position will be considered eligible to enter Wood’s formal Project Management training system within one year of joining Wood.
The individual will report to a Senior or Principal Engineer and work closely with the Engineering & Construction lead and / or Project Manager for assigned projects
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