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Staff/Senior Hydrogeologist

Boston, MA
The successful candidate will:
  • Oversee data synthesis, and analysis using innovative procedures.
  • Manage staff engaged in drilling and data collection.
  • Design, conduct and analyze aquifer tests and other hydrologic analyses.
  • Assist in identifying technical issues and problem-solving approaches for hydrogeological site characterization.
  • Prepare reports, including data presentation such as; potentiometric surface maps, geologic and hydrogeological cross-sections and maps, site conceptual models, groundwater flow and transport model simulations.
  • Conduct groundwater flow modeling to support stormwater recharge design, construction dewatering assessments, and contaminant fate and transport.Modeling skills must include efficient pre-processing through database-supported software.
  • Be proficient with leading edge data visualization techniques to convey geologic, hydrogeologic, and environmental data to multiple stakeholders with varying technical backgrounds.
  • M.S. degree in Hydrogeology, Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or related disciplines.Course work in quantitative physical and chemical hydrogeology. PhD degree with appropriate specialty desirable but not required
  • 3-5 years of work experience in the hydrogeology discipline
  • PG or PE licensure preferred or ability to obtain within 3 years
  • Proficient using groundwater modeling programs, MLU, Groundwater Vistas, Visual Modflow
  • Proficient in spatial data analysis using ArcGIS
  • Proficient with Environmental Visualization Software (EVS)
  • Must possess unwavering commitment to company and client Health & Safety protocols
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must comply with the Guiding Principles and Code of Behavior articulated in our Company Charter
  • Computer Skills – Strong computer literacy skills including proficiency in industry standard software
  • OSHA 40-hr. HAZWOPER training required
  • Strong familiarity with environmental and water resources regulations
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