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Environmental Scientist (Full-Time Salaried)

Entry-level, Mid-level Salary: $45,000 - $70,000 (annual) based on applicant qualifications and experience.


The Environmental Scientist will perform project support, field work, report writing, research and computer use, and general office responsibilities. Field work includes inspections, due diligence surveys, oversight of remedial and construction excavations, soil and groundwater sampling, free product recovery, underground storage tank investigations, and remedial system oversight.

At ESI Scientists and Engineers assists in a wide range of environmental and engineering projects and serve in a team support role.

Duties will include:

Field sampling, data collection, environmental review and inspection, and permit applications, In addition, maintaining adherence to various environmental regulations and guidance, remedial designs, and restoration plans at commercial, private, and DoD sites is required.

Minimum Qualifications:

- BS/BA or equivalent degree. Must possess a degree in geology, chemistry, oceanography, environmental science, engineering or closely aligned field of study. Science or engineering background required.

- The successful candidate must have significant field experience (e.g., soil, groundwater, soil vapor), regulatory knowledge (e.g., DOH TGM, Hawaii ERL), and technical writing and computer skills. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work with minimal supervison are required..

- Must have a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle. Able to lift and carry at least 50 pounds, work remotely and travel off-island as needed. Working conditions can be outdoors in variable weather conditions, in rough terrain and working with hazardous substances, in confined spaces or in remote areas

Desired experience but not required:

- Knowledge of OSHA safe work practices. Basic knowledge of operating and maintaining field and industrial equipment. Good decision-making, problem-solving, and time management skills. Knowledge of basic scientific and technical principles.

- 2 to 5 or more years of general environmental consulting experience preferred (e.g., regulatory, Phase I environmental site assessments, USTs, SPCC plans, solid and hazardous waste).

- In addition, Federal CERCLA experience is highly desirable (e.g., RI, FS, long term monitoring, and preparation of plans and reports).

Employee Benefits:

Paid Training/Certifications

Paid Medical Insurance

401(k) Retirement, Profit-Sharing Plan

Paid Vacation, Sick, and Holiday

Paid Parking

Hawaiʻi residents preferred

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