Technical Specialist (Geotechnical/Environmental Engineer)

Haley & Aldrich Independence , OH 44131

Posted 4 months ago

Technical Specialist (Geotechnical/Environmental Engineer)

SUMMARY/COMPANY INFO

Haley & Aldrich is a 600+ person national engineering and environmental consulting firm with creative, technically strong staff who want to work in a collaborative environment to deliver exceptional value to our clients. We look for professionals with a passion for solving even the most complex client problems. This problem-solving ability and opportunity to be a change agent is a vital part of our culture, no matter what level or role a staff member holds.

The Energy, Industry & Mining business unit at Haley & Aldrich is growing and we are currently seeking a Senior Design Engineer/Technical Specialist that will support a variety of challenging multi-disciplinary engineering assessment and design projects. Projects include general site civil/geotechnical, water resources management, waste management, remediation, and contaminated site management. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing business unit in a privately-held company with over 60 years of preparing smart, integrated solutions for our clients. This position will be based in our Cleveland (Independence), OH office.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will:

  • Work collaboratively with a technical team supporting heavy industry clients with a diversity of challenging civil and geo-environmental projects.

  • Take an active role in and ownership of each project and assigned task, even if the work effort is outside of the candidate's core competencies, while seeking guidance from other technical/senior management.

  • Provide technical and engineering and design contributions to site investigations, civil/remedial design, and closure implementation projects to address client goals and objectives.

  • Prepare proposals, technical reports/presentations and regulatory compliance submissions for client deliverables including findings and recommendations from a variety of civil and geo-environmental engineering projects.

  • Plan and perform technical work requiring judgment and independent evaluation including developing project specifications and producing/reviewing design plans and details for moderate to complex designs.

  • Develop and review/analyze engineering design calculations and cost estimates.

  • Support management of projects to meet technical, quality, budgetary and scheduling requirements.

  • Direct, coordinate, and delegate assignments to staff engineers, scientists, technicians, drafters, and other project-specific personnel.

  • Support building and maintaining trusted client relationships.

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE

The successful candidate will possess the following skills and experience:

  • B.S. in Engineering or Engineering-Geology or similar discipline. M.S. preferred.

  • 7-12+ years of professional services consulting experience.

  • Professional engineering registration or certification required (PE).

  • Familiarity with earthwork, site/civil, stormwater aspects of commercial/industrial projects is expected.

  • Experienced in engineering design supporting site-civil and geo-environmental projects associated with heavy industry and waste management. Coal Combustion Residual (CCR) and industrial/solid waste management experience a plus.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must which includes proficient writing, review, and editing of technical reports, feasibility studies and basis of design documents to meet scope and quality objectives and client expectations.

  • Strong computer literacy skills including proficiency in industry standard software is required. Operational knowledge/proficiency of AutoCAD/Autodesk Civil 3D and Autodesk Hydraulics and Hydrology tools is preferred.

  • Strong organization skills and exceptional attention to detail is expected.

  • Positive attitude, strong work ethic, flexibility, and willingness to see projects through to completion is a must.

  • Limited travel as required to support project activities (e.g., meetings, site investigations/construction inspections, and recon./site visits. Travel may also include technical conferences/industry events.

  • Advanced knowledge of the OH, IN, IL, MO environmental regulatory climate & guidelines preferred.

About Haley & Aldrich

Haley & Aldrich is a nation-wide community, richly connected by networks of extraordinary people who seek to make the world a better place. We believe in creating potential through our people. If you are looking for an exciting opportunity where you can collaborate, fully engage, learn and put your expertise to work to handle important challenges, we want to talk with you! We offer excellent career growth, a highly competitive total compensation plan and a solid benefits package that includes; health, dental, vision; Short-Term/Long-Term Disability; 401K with match; generous vacation plan and paid time off; tuition reimbursement; long-term care and more. Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.haleyaldrich.com/join-us/open-positions.

Haley & Aldrich is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, race, age, disability, veteran or any other legally protected status.


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Technical Specialist (Geotechnical/Environmental Engineer)

Haley & Aldrich