| Job Description: ||
• BS in Environmental Science, Geology or related field
• Minimum of 2 years of field data collection, data review, and preparation of technical documents.
• Candidate must demonstrate good working knowledge of environmental regulations.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. environmental experience with industry or consulting firms and/or local/federal agencies. Must include supporting hazardous materials and remediation projects.
•Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test.
Candidate must have 40-hour HazWoper
URS is one of the largest, global, fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services firms with the capabilities to support the full project life cycle. We offer a full range of program management; planning, design and engineering; systems engineering; a broad range of science and technical services; construction and construction management; operations and maintenance; and decommissioning and closure services. Our business lines encompass private sector (mining, oil and gas, power, pipeline, commercial-industrial, manufacturing, and chemical- Pharmaceutical); infrastructure (surface transportation, rail and mass transit, aviation, ports and harbors, and water resources, treatment, and distribution); and federal programs. With more than 50,000 employees in a network of offices in major cities throughout the Americas, Asia- Pacific, the Middle East and Europe, our broad-based expertise is a valued resource for federal, state and local government agencies, as well as Fortune 500 and other private industry clients worldwide.
Our Portland, Oregon office contains 120 professional working with a wide variety of projects and clients. Project expertise within the office includes transportation design, structural, civil, geotechnical design, sustainability planning, environmental planning and permitting, water and wastewater design, and all forms of hazardous materials projects.
Candidate will join our growing Pacific Northwest team as an environmental project team member, based in our Portland, Oregon office. This individual will serve on multiple project teams, and will play an important role in executing technical portions of our local project portfolio. Project work will include the execution of technical work for a wide range of environmental projects, including the preparation of reports, executing field work, technical memorandum, data analysis, etc. Our environmental portfolio ranges from small projects, such as property transfer assistance to very large, complex Superfund projects requiring significant expertise and long-term commitment. Periodic field work and travel may be required. Strong regulatory knowledge, including experience performing audit work would be an asset.