JOB DETAILS
LOCATION
Portland, ME
POSTED
30+ days ago

Description

  

At Woodard & Curran, there’s nothing we love more than a tough engineering challenge. We handle a wide range of water and environmental issues—solving complex problems with creativity and tenacity. That’s how we make a difference to our clients, people, and planet. Our company was founded on a simple concept: provide a safe and enjoyable place to work with opportunity, integrity, and commitment, and we will attract talented people. Those people are at the heart of our firm, solving some of the most pressing water and environmental challenges for our clients.

We currently have an opportunity in our New England offices for a project level environmental engineer, scientist, planner or geologist with a particular interest and focus on federal NPDES stormwater compliance programs (Construction, Municipal and Industrial). Our strong and growing backlog of stormwater compliance and planning projects will provide an opportunity to apply your science, planning, engineering and regulatory skills to challenging and important efforts throughout New England. 

Responsibilities:
 

We are seeking a project level environmental engineer, scientist, planner or geologist who can support, and manage projects, associated with NPDES stormwater compliance programs. Typical projects include regulatory policy analysis and thoughtful implementation and may include a broad range of compliance program development and implementation, report writing, and data analysis. The ideal candidate is a mid-level engineer/planner/geologist/scientist with strong technical experience delivering high-quality NPDES stormwater consulting services and will be an energetic, motivated, growth-oriented professional with an ability to work independently as well as lead multi-disciplined project teams of entry-level scientists, planners and engineers.

Work involves execution of technical work and management of the scope, schedule, and budget for various project tasks to support project managers. Report writing and interaction with project staff, clients and regulatory agencies will also play an important role in the candidate’s success.

Technical assignments may include:

  • Preparation of documentation for NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permits
  • Interpretation and dissemination of information on new regulations related to the NPDES and assistance in implementing new features of compliance programs as required by new regulations
  • Analysis and development of municipal stormwater policies and programs
  • Illicit discharge detection and elimination program management, including coordination, and management of subcontractors
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database design, data analysis and data management
  • Stormwater and Green Infrastructure retrofit analysis and planning
  • Municipal and Industrial operations consultation, including stormwater pollution prevention plan development, spill prevention control and countermeasure plan development and training program implementation
  • Supervision of construction and post-construction inspection programs
  • Watershed-based stormwater management planning
  • Development of Stormwater Capital Improvement Plans
  • Support of stormwater funding studies, including stormwater utilities

Qualifications:

  • Understand and apply Federal, State, and local codes and regulation pertaining to the NPDES Stormwater Programs
  • Bachelors degree in civil/environmental engineering, hydrogeology, geology, environmental science or related discipline. Master’s degree and/or Professional Registration preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience in the water pollution control field and administrative experience related to NPDES permit compliance, data management, and stormwater programs.
  • Excellent computer skills including familiarity with/working knowledge of GIS applications.GIS experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated technical writing experience.
  • Successful management of project budgets and schedules
  • Experience with, and strong ability to, coordinate and interact with co-workers, project staff, various clients, and government agencies.
  • Willingness to serve as a resource and mentor to less experienced staff members
  • Membership in appropriate professional societies.

Woodard & Curran is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Woodard & Curran is a Drug Free Work Place.

Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

PLEASE USE A WEB BROWSER OTHER THAN INTERNET EXPLORER IF YOU ENCOUNTER ISSUES (CHROME, FIREFOX, SAFARI)

  

At Woodard & Curran, there’s nothing we love more than a tough engineering challenge. We handle a wide range of water and environmental issues—solving complex problems with creativity and tenacity. That’s how we make a difference to our clients, people, and planet. Our company was founded on a simple concept: provide a safe and enjoyable place to work with opportunity, integrity, and commitment, and we will attract talented people. Those people are at the heart of our firm, solving some of the most pressing water and environmental challenges for our clients.

We currently have an opportunity in our New England offices for a project level environmental engineer, scientist, planner or geologist with a particular interest and focus on federal NPDES stormwater compliance programs (Construction, Municipal and Industrial). Our strong and growing backlog of stormwater compliance and planning projects will provide an opportunity to apply your science, planning, engineering and regulatory skills to challenging and important efforts throughout New England. 

Responsibilities:
 

We are seeking a project level environmental engineer, scientist, planner or geologist who can support, and manage projects, associated with NPDES stormwater compliance programs. Typical projects include regulatory policy analysis and thoughtful implementation and may include a broad range of compliance program development and implementation, report writing, and data analysis. The ideal candidate is a mid-level engineer/planner/geologist/scientist with strong technical experience delivering high-quality NPDES stormwater consulting services and will be an energetic, motivated, growth-oriented professional with an ability to work independently as well as lead multi-disciplined project teams of entry-level scientists, planners and engineers.

Work involves execution of technical work and management of the scope, schedule, and budget for various project tasks to support project managers. Report writing and interaction with project staff, clients and regulatory agencies will also play an important role in the candidate’s success.

Technical assignments may include:

  • Preparation of documentation for NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permits
  • Interpretation and dissemination of information on new regulations related to the NPDES and assistance in implementing new features of compliance programs as required by new regulations
  • Analysis and development of municipal stormwater policies and programs
  • Illicit discharge detection and elimination program management, including coordination, and management of subcontractors
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database design, data analysis and data management
  • Stormwater and Green Infrastructure retrofit analysis and planning
  • Municipal and Industrial operations consultation, including stormwater pollution prevention plan development, spill prevention control and countermeasure plan development and training program implementation
  • Supervision of construction and post-construction inspection programs
  • Watershed-based stormwater management planning
  • Development of Stormwater Capital Improvement Plans
  • Support of stormwater funding studies, including stormwater utilities

Qualifications:

  • Understand and apply Federal, State, and local codes and regulation pertaining to the NPDES Stormwater Programs
  • Bachelors degree in civil/environmental engineering, hydrogeology, geology, environmental science or related discipline. Master’s degree and/or Professional Registration preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience in the water pollution control field and administrative experience related to NPDES permit compliance, data management, and stormwater programs.
  • Excellent computer skills including familiarity with/working knowledge of GIS applications.GIS experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated technical writing experience.
  • Successful management of project budgets and schedules
  • Experience with, and strong ability to, coordinate and interact with co-workers, project staff, various clients, and government agencies.
  • Willingness to serve as a resource and mentor to less experienced staff members
  • Membership in appropriate professional societies.

Woodard & Curran is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Woodard & Curran is a Drug Free Work Place.

Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

PLEASE USE A WEB BROWSER OTHER THAN INTERNET EXPLORER IF YOU ENCOUNTER ISSUES (CHROME, FIREFOX, SAFARI)