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Project Manager - Environmental

Reference Number: 20022-1
Location: North Carolina

Position Title:  Project Manager - Environmental


Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina


Salary Range:  Commensurate with experience


Company Description:  Our client is a prosperous, full service Environmental & Civil Engineering firm.  This small, privately held firm has been successful in its growth plan for about 20 years now.  Their client service focus is the main reason for the loyalty and repeat business shown by their customers throughout the years.  Their employees enjoy the relaxed, small company feel while working on challenging projects that have made them financially strong and poised for growth.  Our client is proud of their intellectual staff and encourages continued certifications.

For the right candidate, there could even be equity and succession planning opportunities.


Job Description: 

Will be experienced with all activities related to classic environmental remediation.


The incumbent in this position will:


  • Execute the full gamut of responsibilities associated with soil and groundwater investigations; evaluate findings and remedial options for the client. 

  • Have experience with UST / LUST, Phase I & II site assessments.

  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Asbestos / Lead Survey
  • Proposal and report reviews
  • Knowledge of local, state and regional tech regulations




Job Requirements:  Must have a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Geology, or Environmental / Earth Science.  Knowledge of local regulatory requirements is needed. A career track towards P.E. / P.G. certification is a plus.


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