CEA is looking for the following professionals:

Role: Project EHS Consultant

Location:  Santa Clara, CA

Requisition Number: R20-03

Employment Type:  Full-Time

Description:  Corporate Environmental Advisors (CEA) is looking for a full-time Project Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Consultant for our branch in Northern California.  We are looking for someone who is highly motivated by the cultivation of long-term and mutually rewarding relationships with clients and business partners, and who takes personal responsibility to ensure shared success.

The Project EHS Consultant will work with existing clients on their EHS compliance and will assist with a broad range of duties including, but not limited to, site inspections and audits and developing procedures to manage EHS risks  in the workplace for industries ranging from biotechnology to manufacturing.  The responsibilities for this role will be split between assisting senior EHS professionals, project management, and technical EHS consulting.

Requirements

  • 4 to 7 years of experience in consulting with a BS and a MS is preferred.
  • Expertise working on a wide range of projects within the EHS field.
  • Experience developing comprehensive and customized safety programs and training to meet regulatory requirements and the client’s needs.
  • Experience conducting safety training, managing records, preparing regulatory submittals, and conducting inspections.
  • Experience working in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and manufacturing industries.
  • Experience conducting facility inspections and audits.
  • Experience with regulations related to hazardous materials, hazardous wastes, and medical wastes.
  • Experience with underground storage tanks and oil containing equipment.
  • Experience with air emissions and air permitting requirements
  • Experience with the preparation of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs), Water Quality Management Plans (WQMPs), and Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans for clients.
  • Registration as a Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner (QISP)
  • Registration as a Designated Underground Storage Tank Operator (DUSTO) a plus.
  • Registration as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) a plus.
  • Well versed with California regulatory framework.
  • Proficient in the preparation of proposals and cost estimates.
  • Excellent at managing projects and relationships with clients.

Benefits

CEA is a great place to work and we offer a team-oriented environment and we foster a positive attitude towards work.  CEA offers a competitive salary, a full range of benefits including medical and dental health insurance and vacation, sick, and holiday pay along with disability and life insurance.  CEA offers a 401k along with company contributions and the potential for incentive bonuses.  CEA offers compensation for professional license fees and annual reviews with the possibility of raises.

About CEA

CEA is a is a full-service environmental consulting firm with expertise in all aspects of environmental consulting, including: environmental due diligence, environmental engineering, site assessment and remediation, environmental health and safety (EH&S), industrial hygiene, hazardous building material assessments, emergency response, and multi-media sampling and related field services. CEA is a national company headquartered on the East Coast, with branch offices throughout the USA Including California.

Project Scientist or Engineer in North Carolina office (New Bern)

Requisition Number: TBD

Employment Type: Full-Time

Description: Corporate Environmental Advisors (CEA) is looking for a full-time Project Scientist or Engineer for our office in Eastern North Carolina. We are looking for someone who is highly motivated and who takes personal responsibility to ensure shared success.  The Project Scientist or Engineer will plan and execute remediation investigation projects, due diligence projects, and other environmental investigations for existing clients.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, geology or environmental science.
  • Licensure as a Professional Geologist (PG) or Engineer (PE) a plus
  • Between 5 and 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field.
  • Knowledge of environmental laws and regulations, including guidelines for investigations and remediation from agencies in the Southeastern U.S. and EPA.
  • Experience with the regulatory and permitting agencies in the Southeastern U.S. a plus.
  • Experience in conducting Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments in accordance with ASTM guidelines and industry standards.
  • Experience with environmental investigations involving solvents, pesticides, organic contaminants, metals, and nutrient parameters.
  • Ability to coordinate subcontractors including utility locators and drilling companies to execute work.
  • Experience sampling soil, groundwater, surface waters, and sediment media via various methods.
  • Experience writing reports on remedial or environmental investigations. Excellent writing and communication skills are essential. Attention to detail is a must.
  • Project Management experience including tracking hours and expenses for project work.
  • The ability to work in a team is a must.
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time.
  • Environmental certifications including HAZWOPER and safety certifications.
  • Valid driver’s license as fieldwork and site travel is involved.
  • Abide by CEA’s health and safety policies and procedures.

Benefits

CEA is a great place to work and we offer a team-oriented environment and we foster a positive attitude towards work. CEA offers a competitive salary, a full range of benefits including medical and dental health insurance and vacation, sick, and holiday pay along with disability and life insurance. CEA offers a 401k along with company contributions and the potential for incentive bonuses. CEA offers compensation for professional license fees and annual reviews with the possibility of annual raises.

About CEA

CEA is a full-service environmental consulting firm with expertise in all aspects of environmental consulting, including environmental due diligence, environmental engineering, site assessment and remediation, environmental health and safety (EH&S), industrial hygiene, hazardous building material assessments, emergency response, and multi-media sampling and related field services. CEA is a national company headquartered on the East Coast, with branch offices throughout the USA Including North Carolina.

Project Geologist in Bay Area offices (San Carlos, Santa Clara, Dublin)

Requisition Number: R20-02

Employment Type: Full-Time

Description: Corporate Environmental Advisors (CEA) is looking for a full-time Project Geologist for our branch in Northern California. We are looking for someone who is highly motivated and who takes personal responsibility to ensure shared success.  The Project Geologist will plan and execute subsurface investigation projects, due diligence projects, and other environmental investigations for existing clients.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, geology or environmental science.
  • Licensure as a Professional Geologist (PG) in California a plus
  • Between 4 and 7 years of experience in the environmental consulting field.
  • Knowledge and background of environmental laws and regulations including those in California.
  • Knowledge of the guidelines for investigations and remediation from the DTSC, RWQCB, and EPA.
  • Experience with the regulatory and permitting agencies in Northern California.
  • Experience in conducting Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments in accordance with ASTM guidelines and industry standards.
  • Experience with UST investigations and remediation including investigation of hydrocarbon-impacted sites.
  • Experience with environmental investigations involving solvents, pesticides, and metals.
  • Ability to coordinate subcontractors including utility locators and drilling companies to execute work.
  • Experience sampling soil and groundwater via drilling including direct-push, hollow-stem auger, and other similar drilling methods.
  • Experience with evaluation of vapor intrusion and sampling soil gas per DTSC and EPA guidelines.
  • Experience installing groundwater monitoring wells, remediation wells, and soil gas wells.
  • Experience writing groundwater monitoring reports and well installation reports.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills including technical writing. Attention to detail is a must.
  • Project Management experience including tracking hours and expenses for project work.
  • The ability to work in a team is a must.
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time.
  • Environmental certifications including HAZWOPER and safety certifications.
  • Valid driver’s license as fieldwork and site travel is involved.
  • Abide by CEA’s health and safety policies and procedures.

Benefits

CEA is a great place to work and we offer a team-oriented environment and we foster a positive attitude towards work. CEA offers a competitive salary, a full range of benefits including medical and dental health insurance and vacation, sick, and holiday pay along with disability and life insurance. CEA offers a 401k along with company contributions and the potential for incentive bonuses. CEA offers compensation for professional license fees and annual reviews with the possibility of annual raises.

About CEA

CEA is a full-service environmental consulting firm with expertise in all aspects of environmental consulting, including environmental due diligence, environmental engineering, site assessment and remediation, environmental health and safety (EH&S), industrial hygiene, hazardous building material assessments, emergency response, and multi-media sampling and related field services. CEA is a national company headquartered on the East Coast, with branch offices throughout the USA Including California.

Principal Remediation Engineer/Scientist (LSP)

  • CEA is looking for a seasoned Remediation Professional with BS/MS (10 years+) that is an LSP and has direct experience managing investigations, remediation implementation, and helping clients chart a path to achieve permanent solutions.
  • Extensive experience with various remedial technologies, brownfield site redevelopment, and MCP regulatory interpretation. This position requires that the candidate be a successful Seller-Doer who has an existing practice with the expectation that they will bring substantial client relationships that will quickly help the top line. This is also the opportunity for the right candidate to grow into a remediation practice leader in New England.

Project Manager/Senior Scientist (Portland, Maine)

Boyle Associates, a subsidiary of CEA, is a full-service environmental consulting firm located on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine. Our staff has extensive experience in meeting client needs of early stage development and preliminary project diligence, support in developing permit applications and obtaining regulatory approvals, and supporting compliance and oversight during construction. We support our clients on diverse projects in both terrestrial and marine environments. We work on a great variety of projects and this position offers a growth opportunity to the right applicant.

Boyle is seeking applicants for the position of Project Manager/Senior Scientist. This position is assigned to our Portland, Maine office located at 254 Commercial Street and reports to the company Principal. The successful applicant will help to lead our company’s portfolio of projects and be responsible for managing timelines, the development of technical reports, permit documents, and regulatory applications. Preference given to those with demonstrated permitting experience in our region.

This position will closely coordinate with all Boyle staff and other companies that are part of the CEA family. Specific duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Successfully leads projects through completion and implement standards and processes for quality assurance and quality control of all project deliverables; Coordinate field efforts and technical studies to implement a well-managed process serving the diverse needs of our clients; Analyze current business processes and document control requirements; Facilitate collection and delivery of environmental data and use analytical/planning tools; Continually seek to improve practices to add quality and value in support of Boyle’s growth and practice goals while identifying and eliminating unnecessary and redundant actions.

MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) six (6) years of full-time professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management, public administration, public management, clinical administration or clinical management of which (B) at least two (2) years must have been in a project management, supervisory or managerial capacity working as a consultant in the New England market. This is in addition to the following;

· Willingness to learn and a positive attitude

· Ability to thrive is a fast paced and variable work environment.

· Ability to travel and work extended hours during the field season.

· Experience leading teams and overseeing and ensuring work quality of others.

· Experience using full suite of Microsoft office tools (Project, Excel, etc.)

· Ability to effectively manage data and develop organize file structures.

· Willing and capable of working as part of a team.

· Able to develop and implement complex analytical decision making under pressure.