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    About the Position: Project Scientist/Engineer in the Environmental Branch with assignments involving leading the technical resolution of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) project issues.

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    • Works as a leader of a multidisciplinary team.
    • Conducts site investigations and design studies for the purpose of characterizing and remediating HTRW sites.
    • Evaluates and/or designs treatment and /or disposal processes for contaminated soil and water.
    • Researches available area/site background data and developing groundwater investigation programs to obtain required site-specific detail information.
    • Ensures remedial designs and technologies are correct and reflect sound, state-of-the-art, environmental practices.
    • Prepares reports, plans, and specifications, etc. based upon results.
    • Coordinates work with other sections and branches and state and federal agencies as applicable.
    • Prepares scopes of work and Government cost estimates to procure Architect/Engineer (AE) services for investigation and design services at HTRW sites. Leads the technical aspects of negotiations with AEs.
    • Reviews laboratory test results and makes recommendations based upon them.
    • Performs site visits and field investigations. Monitors field work by Corps and AE contractor personnel for adherence to applicable regulations, plans, schedules, etc.
    • Leads junior team members in performing field-sampling activities.
    • Reviews, provides comment, and resolves technical issues on documents prepared by others.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to occasionally travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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