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Cox-Colvin & Associates, an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, welcomes talented and dedicated individuals looking to grow and learn in a supportive, professional environment.  To achieve our mission to provide top-quality, client focused environmental consulting services, we seek and employ professionals who thrive on teamwork and want to work for a growing company where innovation, creativity, and professional growth are the norm.

If you feel your education, work experience, and skill sets match these requirements, we encourage you to send a resume and letter expressing your interest HERE. We take our review process seriously and highly value your interest in our firm.  Cox-Colvin offers an outstanding work environment and comprehensive benefits program as part of our commitment to support the health, happiness, and wellbeing of our employees and their families.

Entry Level Environmental Scientist/Engineer

The Scientist/Engineer works under moderate supervision to perform specific technical assignments with clear objectives on a number of projects; shows a consistent ability to limit the firm’s (and its client’s) exposure to liabilities by following standard operating procedures and established health & safety protocols; and consistently exercises attention to detail, discretion and judgement.  This position involves significant time in the field collecting environmental data

Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Geology, Earth Studies, Environmental Science, or Environmental Engineering from an accredited institution (or 5-years of relevant experience).
    • Valid Driver’s License.
    • OSHA Hazardous Materials Worker Training (a plus).

To Apply, please send a resume and letter expressing your interest HERE. We take our review process seriously and highly value your interest in our firm.  Cox-Colvin offers an outstanding work environment and comprehensive benefits program as part of our commitment to support the health, happiness, and wellbeing of our employees and their families.

Project Level Environmental Scientist/Engineer

The Project Scientist/Engineer must be capable of managing all aspects of projects with multiple phases or tasks, multiple contractors, and multi-disciplinary project teams under moderate supervision; preparing high quality reports and proposals, identifying new business opportunities for the firm; showing a consistent ability to limit the firm’s (and its client’s) exposure to liabilities by following standard operating procedures, established health & safety protocols, and regulatory requirements; and consistently exercising discretion and judgement.

Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Geology, Earth Studies, Environmental Science, or Environmental Engineering from an accredited institution.
    • At least five years of relevant experience (Advanced degree desirable and may count toward one year of experience).
    • Valid Driver’s License.
    • OSHA Hazardous Materials Worker Training.
    • Registration/certification (e.g., EIT, PE or as a geologist, risk assessor, etc. at state or national level a plus).

To Apply, please send a resume and letter expressing your interest HERE. We take our review process seriously and highly value your interest in our firm.  Cox-Colvin offers an outstanding work environment and comprehensive benefits program as part of our commitment to support the health, happiness, and wellbeing of our employees and their families.

Senior Level Environmental Scientist/Engineer

The Senior Scientist/Engineer must be capable of managing multiple, complex projects at a time; be recognized as a leader in a specific field of related expertise (e.g. Groundwater Monitoring, Computer Modeling, Remedial Design, Vapor Intrusion, Clean Air Act, Hazardous Waste Management); maintain at least one key client account, play an important role in the development of other staff, develop new work for the firm; prepare high quality reports and proposal with minimal supervision or review; show a consistent ability to limit the firm’s (and its client’s) exposure to liabilities by following standard operating procedures, established health & safety protocols, and regulatory requirements; and consistently exercise discretion and judgement.

Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Geology, Earth Studies, Environmental Science, or Environmental Engineering from an accredited institution (or fifteen years of relevant experience).
    • Eight to ten years of relevant experience (Advanced degree desirable and may count toward one year of experience).
    • Valid Driver’s License.
    • OSHA Hazardous Materials Worker Training.
    • Developed and proven expertise including additional training, in a defined area such as groundwater modeling, bioremediation, groundwater treatment, remedial design, USTs, field methods, and data validation.
    • Registration/certification (e.g., EIT, PE or as a geologist, risk assessor, etc. at state or national level).
    • Strong relationships with clients a plus

To Apply, please send a resume and letter expressing your interest HERE. We take our review process seriously and highly value your interest in our firm.  Cox-Colvin offers an outstanding work environment and comprehensive benefits program as part of our commitment to support the health, happiness, and wellbeing of our employees and their families.

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