Associate Environmental Engineer
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Jensen Hughes is seeking an Associate Engineer or Scientist to join our Environmental Group in our Baltimore, MD office or in the greater Washington, DC area. Since 1939, we have been at the leading edge of safety, security and risk-based engineering and consulting, serving the most complex global projects. In addition, we pride ourselves on driving code and standard development and adoption throughout the world and across industries. We planted our roots with a commitment to earning your trust and protecting lives, property and reputation. Today, we continue to work at the forefront of the professional services industry in safety, security and risk-based science, engineering and consulting. Our Company Purpose + Principles honor our past while looking to the future. The range of services we provide are how we achieve our Purpose: to make our world safe, secure and resilient. This Purpose and commitments within each of four Principles (People, Industry, Clients, Performance) reflect our company culture and how we serve our clients within the world we work and live today.
- Identifies applicable laws and regulations to reference in evaluating how to respond to inquiries.
- Conducts and documents assigned work such as review of local, State, Federal or foreign government environment, safety or health laws and regulations.
- Performs basic calculations in a spreadsheet as assigned, such as air emissions .
- Assesses environmental, safety and health risks posed by chemical compositions and makes recommendations to manage those risks.
- Identifies candidate alternative materials for a variety of products and applications to lessen the impact on the environment, safety or health.
- Composes technical letters and reports to address specific technical concepts as may be needed by assigned tasks.
- Submits progress reports to Project Managers and Project Leaders.
- Effectively communicates with project team members, clients and others.
- 1 or more years experience with a Bachelor's degree (B.S.) or higher in engineering or science from an accredited college or university.
- Familiarity with U.S. military or government operations preferred.
- Demonstrated knowledge of engineering or scientific principles and practices. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
- Possess intermediate-level written and oral communication skills to write reports, business correspondence, presentations and procedure manuals, and to respond to questions from groups of managers, clients and the general public.
- Solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
- Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
- Responsible self-starter with problem solving and reasoning skills.
- Possess intermediate-level personal computer skills, including electronic mail, routine database activity, word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, etc.
- Handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Expected to travel locally once per month and overnight 2-4 times per year on average.
- Demonstrated writing sample- be prepared to present written reports, articles or similar.