Your role at GEI.
GEI Consultants is seeking an experienced environmental scientist, geologist, or engineer to provide project management, client development, and staff coordination as part of our active environmental practice in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Ideally, the successful candidate will be experienced with Connecticut environmental regulations; a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) is a plus. In service of project success and client satisfaction, this individual will author and peer review environmental reports, provide client and regulatory guidance, mentor junior staff, resolve environmental challenges on a variety of projects, and serve as project and client manager in addition to supporting other project managers.
This is an excellent opportunity to challenge your project and client management skills and collaborate with other environmental and engineering professionals. The selected candidate will serve as a member of our project management team with direct responsibility for strategically growing business for our Glastonbury, Connecticut office and coordinating with environmental management/compliance staff throughout GEI. The successful candidate will develop opportunities with clients for our environmental services including training, safety, environmental investigation, and remediation, and for other services including geotechnical engineering and natural resources services.
Essential Responsibilities & Duties
- Develop investigation and remedial strategies for various types of sites and contaminants and collaborate in the design and installation of remediation solutions, including Environmental Use Restrictions, primarily under Connecticut DEEP regulations and the LEP program.
- Work on a variety of environmental projects throughout the region, but primarily in Connecticut, Central Massachusetts, and New York.
- Manage projects and direct the project activities of engineers and scientists.
- Lead environmental site assessments and remedial and pre-design investigations.
- Prepare and review work plans and technical reports.
- Interact directly with clients and regulatory agency representatives.
- Assist clients with problem-solving, sometimes requiring immediate attention.
- Develop and maintain relationships with company and client personnel.
- Develop proposals and support business development activities.
- Actively participate in industry organizations and networking events to maintain industry relationships.
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Geology, or similar Science.
- 10+ years of relevant professional experience in environmental consulting.
- Seller/Doer mentality and experience.
- Experienced and working knowledge of CT DEEP regulations and LEP Programs required.
- Experience with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) is a plus.
- Client connections and ability to secure work opportunities is a plus.
- Excellent communication skills and technical report writing skills.
- Must be self-motivated, detail oriented, and highly organized
- HAZWOPER training.
- Travel to job locations as needed.
- Physical ability to perform field work in summer and winter conditions.
- Valid U.S. driver’s license.
We are GEI.
Some of the world’s most pressing problems – from climate change to sustainable development, to critical infrastructure and the future of our energy supply – need our brightest and diverse minds working together to create safer, more resilient communities for tomorrow.
We are technical experts, collaborators, and entrepreneurs who draw from diverse backgrounds to solve our clients’ most complex challenges.
With approximately 60 offices across North America, we offer a range of engineering, science, and technical consulting services. Our range of expertise, project types, and culture make us the choice for top talent in the AEC industry.
As a 100% employee-owned company, our employees support our flat leadership structure, have a say in how our business operates and benefit from our financial success. We are committed to employee growth with career development opportunities, competitive total rewards, a well-being program, flexible work arrangements and more. Our company culture is driven by our 4 Cs – we are Client-Centered, Curious, Collaborative, and Community Minded – which support our focus on sustainability, safety, diversity, equity and inclusion. Get to know us better by visiting GEI’s career site here.
GEI’s Total Rewards Package Includes
- Market-Competitive Compensation, including Eligibility for an Annual Performance Bonus
- Comprehensive Benefits Program, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability and More
- Well-Being Program and Paid Parental Leave
- Commuter Benefits
- Hybrid Work Schedules and Home Office and Cell Phone Stipends
- GEI University (GEIU) with Continuing Education Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement
- Connecting Conversation Program with a Focus on Professional Development and Opportunities for Advancement
- Support and Financial Rewards for Publication Awards, Professional Dues, and Professional Licenses
- Paid Holidays and Generous Paid Time Off Program
- Rewards and Recognition
- GEI-Funded Profit Sharing and 401(k)
- Opportunity to be an Owner and Shareholder (Learn more here)
- A Vibrant Culture that is Focused on Partnership, Sustainability, Giving Back to Our Communities and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- And More…
· WORK ENVIRONMENT
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GEI is an AA/equal opportunity employer, including disabled and veterans.