Leidos is seeking entry-level project geologists, scientists, or engineers to support environmental projects in Twinsburg, OH.
Candidates will work under supervision of Senior Staff to assist on environmental projects, including investigations, remediation, and monitoring at government and commercial sites within the CONUS. Anticipated task activities will include, but are not limited to: site surveys and inspections, soil sampling, surface water and sediment sampling, groundwater sampling, groundwater monitoring well installation/abandonment, and assisting with remediation system design/construction/maintenance. Candidates will also aid in the preparation of technical work plans, reports, and permits.
Candidates will conduct scientific analyses of environmental data resulting from field operations, including development of maps, figures, tables, and written materials describing investigation data and results of data analyses. Candidates will assist with coordinating technical documents through various stages of generation and production, communicating and working effectively with diverse project teams and project management, and working within designated schedules and budgets.
Candidates must be willing and able to travel to work locations, potentially for extended periods up to 10 days. Candidates will be required pass background checks to obtain access to, and conduct work on, U.S. Government installations.
Candidates must have, or be able to obtain shortly after hire, OSHA 1910.120 hazardous waste worker certification (40-hour HAZWOPER) and OSHA occupational physical exam and medical clearance allowing performance of field work at hazardous waste sites.
Required Education & Experience:
• Bachelors degree in Geology or related Science, or Engineering, and 0-3 yrs experience.
• Ability to work in outdoor environments during all seasons of the year.
• Good communication skills.
• Valid driver's license.
• Attention to detail and ability to conduct work in accordance with written plans and procedures.
• Proficiency in MS Office tools (Excel, Word, Outlook, Project, PowerPoint).
• Prior environmental sampling experience or conducting scientific investigations in the field.
• Prior completion of OSHA 1910.120 hazardous waste worker certification (40-hour HAZWOPER).
• Proficiency in field documentation, technical report writing, and analysis skills.
• Knowledge of remediation technologies and remediation systems.