ENVI Job Postings

 

  •  AEM Group

    Environmental Engineer/Geologist/Scientist position

    Plymouth, MI
    Environmental Engineer, Geologist or Scientist is a full-time position to support assigned project managers, engineers, geologists, or other technical positions. They perform field investigation work in support of site assessment and remediation projects, assist in the preparation of draft Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports, participate in design, implementation and reporting for assessment and remediation projects and other related environmental projects. They also assist in the completion of data and literature review work for geologic and hydrogeologic characterization of sites for environmental media including air, groundwater, and surface water at hazardous waste and other environmental contamination sites.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • AKT Peerless

    Environmental Consultant

    Farmington, MI

    Successful candidate will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced and dynamic environment providing due diligence and remediation services. Job includes environmental impact assessments, leading team conducting asbestos building inspections, conducting air monitoring during asbestos abatement or building demolition projects, and providing quality environmental services.

    Requirements: Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in a natural science from an accredited university, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficient with Microsoft Office, licensed as an Asbestos Building Inspector in Michigan and successfully completed a NIOSH 582, or equivalent.

    Visit LinkedIn for more information.
  • American Society of Adaptation Professionals
    • Program Assistant (Part-Time, Temporary)
    • Interested in climate change adaptation? ASAP is seeking an assistant to support capacity-building activities for members, a group of practitioners and researchers fighting climate impacts across North America.
    • 15-20 hours/week beginning in January 2019.
    • Hourly rate or semester stipend will be issued depending on preference, with an equivalent hourly rate of $15-18/hour.
    • The Program Assistant will report to the Senior Program Manager, who is based in Cambridge, MA. Preference will be given to candidates who can work from Cambridge at least four hours per week.
    • To Apply: Email careers@adaptpros.org with your cover letter and resume. Please use subject line “Program Assistant”
  • Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

    General Museum Educator
    Up to 20 hours per week
    $10/hour

    Download the Job Information [PDF] for more information.

  • Brashears and Graham, Inc.

    Environmental Scientist/Geologist, Madison, Wisconsin office of Leggette

    • 0 to 5 years of experience. Successful candidates will, at a minimum,
    • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, geology, or a related field.
    • The position requires routine travel for work at various sites throughout the Midwest and occasionally at sites nationwide.
    • Field work may include soil/sediment/groundwater sample collection, construction observation/contractor management, maintenance of remediation systems, and inspection/surveying activities for environmental site assessments.
    • Office duties may include data reduction/evaluation, maintenance/calibration of a variety of field instrumentation, and preparation of technical reports.
    • Familiarity with Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD, and GIS is desirable.
    • The candidate must have strong written and verbal communication skills and demonstrate a high level of initiative.

    Please have any suitors send their resume to Brian Kimpel directly at brian.kimpel@lbgil.com.

  • Consumers Energy

    Jackson, MI

    Full Time

    The Environmental Services’ Land and Water Management Section is seeking an entry level Environmental Analyst/Engineer to support land and water protection through regulatory compliance, natural resource permitting, and Geographic Information System (GIS) services for a variety of electric generation and distribution, and gas transmission, storage, and distribution projects. The successful candidate will join a team who routinely collaborate with internal business partners, other Environmental Services staff, and local and state governmental agencies. Will support various company departments application of environmental project assessment, natural resource permitting, and compliance at new and existing CE facilities. May manage various land and water environmental protection programs.

    GIS knowledge required

    Must have basic knowledge in wetland regulations and environmental compliance and reporting, and wildlife and habitat management principles, permit application preparation, and field inspection/compliance procedures.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • Department of Natural Resources: Michigan

    Seasonal Summer Worker

    Looking for a summer job with flexible hours in Michigan's great outdoors?
    More than 1,200 seasonal employees are hired each summer to work in Michigan state parks, recreation areas, state forest campgrounds, boating access sites and harbors. These positions are perfect for college students, those looking to re-enter the workforce and seniors or retirees looking to be involved in the outdoors during the warmer months. 

    Job responsibilities may include:

    • Handling permit sales in a contact booth.
    • Registering camps.
    • Clerical work.
    • Trail maintenance.
    • Mowing.
    • Landscaping and janitorial duties.

    Visit the Glassdoor website for more information.

  • Fibertec Industrial Hygiene Services, Inc

    Lansing, MI

    Fibertec Industrial Hygiene Services, Inc, has several openings for seasonal Environmental Field Technicians. These openings start at part time, but full time hours are anticipated from May 6 until July 3, 2019. Employees are responsible for air quality monitoring in and around asbestos removal project sites located throughout mid-Michigan. 

    Company information can be found on their website

    Submit your resume to hiringmanager@fibertec.us.

  • Fund for the Public Interest

    Campaigning, Ann Arbor

    $10-16/hour

    Visit their website for more information.

  •  GHD

    GHD is growing, and is seeking a Junior Geologist/Engineer/Scientist to join their team at their Farmington Hills, MI office. Typical responsibilities include supporting project teams both in the office and in the field on projects associated primarily with: subsurface characterization including drilling oversight, monitoring well installation, soil, groundwater and soil gas sampling. 

    More information about this opportunity can be found on the GHD website.

  • Herpetological Resource and Management

    Wildlife Field Technician

    HRM is looking for organized, responsible, adaptable and dedicated people to join our team. Currently, we are seeking 1- 2 seasonal full time employees to assist with inventory, monitoring, headstart, rescue/translocation, and habitat restoration work focused on amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic macroinvertebrates throughout Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

    See the HRM website for more information. 

  • Herpetological Resource and Management

    Wildlife Biologist

    HRM has an immediate opening for a full-time team member to assist with inventory, monitoring, rescue/translocation, and habitat restoration work focused on amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic macroinvertebrates throughout Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

    See the HRM website for more information.

  • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)

    Constitution Hall, Lansing, MI

    This position will serve as a senior enforcement recognized resource analyst responsible for coordinating escalated enforcement cases in the Hazardous Waste Program under Part 111, Hazardous Waste Management, of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA), in the Department of Environmental Quality's Waste Management and Radiological Protection Division (WMRPD). Specifically, this position will manage and coordinate administrative and civil enforcement cases for matters involving 1) violations of the hazardous waste management regulations and 2) implementation of corrective action requirements under Part 111 of the NREPA and other applicable state statutes and rules and the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and its regulations.

    Application: Environmental Quality Analyst 9-P11 position

  • Michigan Nature Association

    Okemos, MI

    The Michigan Nature Association is currently hiring for a salaried full-time position as a Regional Stewardship Organizer. Responsibilities include the management of the 20+ sanctuaries in the central-western lower peninsula, with about half of the time dedicated to stewardship and community engagement of the new Holly Nature Sanctuary near Ludington.
     
    Application Deadline: May 22, 2019
     
    More information can be found on the  MNA website [PDF].

  • Newfound Harbor Marine Institute

    Big Pine Key, Florida
    SEACAMP Science Instructor
    Summer and year-long positions
    Contact: info@seacamp.org

  • Nutty Scientists

    Southeast Michigan

    If you have experience working with children, love science, and enjoy entertaining and educating kids, you now have a chance to work in an exciting and fulfilling environment! Become a part of a worldwide family and leader in science education. Have fun while making children laugh, play, go nutty and learn!

    Application

  • Oakland County Michigan

    Recreation Program Supervisor-Nature Education

    Waterford, MI

    Under direction, plans, develops, creates, promotes and implements a variety of programs, including clinics, special events, trips, outreach, local tourism, experiences, day camps, golf tournaments, campgrounds recreation, outdoor gear rental, and corporate/ group retreats for people of all ages and abilities. Works with Parks Supervisors to determine facility needs, updates and additions. Drafts budget proposals and routinely evaluates programs to determine their importance, effectiveness and success with cost recovery goals. Utilizes current county-wide and/ or departmental specific software to complete assignments.

    Supervises part-time. Seasonal and part-time eligible employees. On-call 24/7 year-round.

    $55,026.92 - $71,795.36 Annually, Job Information [PDF]

  • PLAN

    Director of Campus Expansion, Zero Waste Campus Strategist, & Director of Education and Conference Management

    Full Time 

    Eligible applicants are recent college or university graduates with a passion for grassroots environmental issues, social entrepreneurship, and student leadership for positive social change.

    Most positions are location flexible (except the SZW Coordinator which must be based in Philadelphia, PA). We have hubs of staff working in Dover NH, Columbia SC, Boulder CO and Philadelphia PA.

    Start Date: July 8

    Application Deadline: March 24  (at 11:59 p.m.)

    Visit their website for more information.

  • PLAN

    PLAN is seeking an experienced organizer to serve as the The Break Free From Plastic Campus Campaign Director. This individual will build and activate a national campaign to divest college and university campuses from single-use disposable plastics by securing commitments to the Break Free From Plastic Campus Pledge.

    Application Deadline April 24.

    More information can be found on the Post Landfill site.

    Applications can be made online.

  • The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc

    Lab Technician & Environmental Scientists

    Canton, MI

    Hiring 1-2 full time Technicians or Environmental Scientists

    Technician responsibilities include providing assistance to senior scientists/geologists in a laboratory setting; assembling, preparing and processing samples for analysis; conducting data quality checks; and preparing reports. Candidates will work with team of multidisciplinary professionals in both an office and field setting working on a variety of geo-environmental projects. Experience with microscopes and course work in optical mineralogy, 40-hour HAZWHOPER, proficiency with MS Office, excellent work ethic, and GIS proficiency is preferred.

    Recent grads with degree in geology, GIS or other natural sciences are also needed for full-time employment as an Environmental Scientist/Geologist. 

    Apply online or send cover letter and resume directly to WBolt@manniksmithgroup.com  

    Survey Field Technician

    Candidate will assist the crew chief as part of a two-person crew, with a variety of survey types, including but not limited to: ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, industrial surveying and construction staking. Experience with Trimble Robotic Total Stations and GNSS data collection systems a plus. CST certification is preferred

    Visit their website for more information.

  • TRC Companies, Inc

    Hydrogeologist/Environmental Scientist/Engineer

    Ann Arbor, MI

    Job includes participating in a broad variety of envi-focused assignments including soil, soil gas, and groundwater sampling and remediation; work plan development; and related reporting, monitoring and permitting. Involves field work, preparing action plans, evaluating samples, and determining potential chemical impacts and development of recommendations in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.

    B.S. required or M.S preferred, degree must be in Geology, Hydrogeology, or Engineering with environmental focus and coursework and/or experience in hydrogeology, geohydrology, environmental or geo-engineering, and/or chemical fate and transport in the environment.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • TriMedia Environmental and Engineering
    • Environmental Scientist/ Engineer/ Geologist
    • Entry Level Position <2 years experience
    • Must have Bachelors in Science
    • Work may include: (Phase I / II ESAs, BEAs, Due Care Plans), environmental site and subsurface investigations, geologic/hydrogeologic assessments, remedial system maintenance / support, and assistance with the preparation of proposals, work plans, and reports.
    • More Information [PDF]
  • Work for Progress

    Environment America Digital Campaigner

    Work with one of our campaign teams to run a powerful digital campaign to help solve global warming, expand solar energy or protect clean water.

    You’ll write emails and campaign actions that you’ll send to hundreds of thousands of supporters; design and curate content for social media, and engage with our national community; coordinate with our field team of five to nine campaign organizers, and back them up with emails, web pages and digital strategy; develop partnerships and creative online tactics to build our audience and raise money; analyze the results of your work, and report on successes and failures; and keep your projects on track, hold people accountable to their deliverables, and communicate regularly with your team.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • Impact Organizer

    With Impact, you’ll go to the places that can decide whether we win or lose a campaign. And by engaging the media, building new coalitions, and activating civic leaders or student activists, you’ll set the stage for winning the next campaign. One district, one state at a time, Impact aims to move the dial in American politics in a positive direction. During the summer, you’ll direct a campaign office, building the organization by canvassing and training others to canvass. And you’ll recruit the next wave of Impact organizers and interns so we can continue to work on more campaigns. Impact organizers currently work in 25 states. We’re working with national campaigns to get our country to 100 percent renewable energy, ban the use of bee-killing pesticides, and end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. With Impact, you make a difference now; the work you do builds the power we need to win more victories; and you gain the experience that PIRG, Environment America and other groups look for when hiring new advocates and campaign directors. If you can see yourself next year organizing to make a difference for our health and environment, apply to join the Impact team.

    Visit their website for more information.

  •  US Ecology Inc. 
     

    US Ecology Inc. 

    Environmental Project Manager

    Livonia

    Full Time

    Responsible for managing environmental needs for customers as well as providing guidance and direction for the management of waste generated on-site. Handle multiple company related items such as invoicing, reporting, and building long lasting relationships with vendors, perform on-site service work, find alternate vendors and treatment methods for contracted waste streams, and collaborate with customers to establish recycling, reduction and reuse options for waste streams.

    • Bachelor's degree in related field preferred, i.e. Environmental Science.
    • Environmental Project Management experience working at a customer location preferred
    • Moderate computer skills (experience with Microsoft Office Suite)
    • Experience with Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA), Department of
    • Transportation (DOT), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) and other applicable local, state, and federal regulatory bodies
    • Ability to pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening
    • CHMM Preferred or must be able to pass RCRA exam
    • Ability to work independently with little hands-on supervision
    • Ability to communicate through both written and oral medium

    Apply Now!

  • USGS Great Lakes Science Center

    Paid student position

    The US Geological Survey-Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC) seeks a motivated, creative, and collaborative Geospatial Information System (GIS) student (or recent student) for 15 to 20 hours per week to support several activities related to aquatic ecological restoration in the Toledo, Ohio, region. The student will work mainly in support of the USGS project leads in Ann Arbor to transition, manage, and improve the online Mapping Application for the Lower Maumee River (MALMR). In addition, the student will provide GIS support to the Maumee Area of Concern (AOC) subcommittee on aquatic habitat and species, which will include working with individuals from other state and federal agencies and universities.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • USGS Great Lakes Science Center

    The USGS-Great Lakes Science Center is seeking up to 4 student contractors/ technicians for the 2019 field season. Positions are based out of Ann Arbor, MI or Chesterton, IN. Contractors will conduct field studies and lab analysis of water quality, benthic Cladophora, and Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) including boat surveys, sample collection and processing, and data management and analysis; with the potential to participate in writing and presenting results.

    To learn more please visit  the Southern Michigan Land Conservancy site.

    To apply: send résumé and cover letter to Dr. Mary Anne Evans (maevans@usgs.gov) with “field and lab technician” in the subject line.

  • Washtenaw County

    Environmental Education and Outreach Coordinator I II

    Full time position

    Salary: $48,287-$63,082

    705 N. Zeeb Rd.

    AFSCME 2733 Unit A

    Under the supervision of a higher classified employee, coordinates the service delivery and administrative functions of solid waste and other landfill diversion programs. Provides support to department staff, various community agencies, committees, and the general public to increase their knowledge in specific areas of landfill diversion. Provides program planning and assistance to staff and public in areas of assignment.

    Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, Environmental Science, Environmental Health, Public Administration or a related degree from an accredited university or college or equivalent. Additional years of experience can be substituted for the required education on a year for year basis.

    Visit their website for more information.

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