Vapor Intrusion Specialist

Jacobs Engineering Cincinnati , OH 45201

Posted 2 weeks ago

Support our Vapor Intrusion Practice in the Midwest and have a hand in transforming tomorrow.As a Vapor Intrusion specialist, you will have the chance to utilize your broad understanding of vapor intrusion to support site characterization and remediation projects. You will perform as a field team leader, executing a variety of vapor intrusion investigation and mitigation-related field events primarily throughout the Midwest with opportunities to travel throughout the U.S.A. You will also perform as a task manager, responsible for developing technical approaches in consultation with a senior consultant and directing a task team in the implementation of those approaches. Working with other members of the team, you will develop scopes of work, schedules and cost estimates for vapor intrusion investigation or data assessment components of projects. You'll prepare deliverables that adhere to project scope, schedule and budget requirements, and applying quality control procedures to assure the quality of project deliverables. This role will be based in the Cincinnati or Indianapolis offices. If you're up for the challenge, we've been looking for someone just like you. Join our team and help us lay the foundation for human progress.

  • Bachelor's degree in an appropriate scientific or engineering discipline with 5 or more years of professional environmental experience, including vapor intrusion. Years of post-baccalaureate education may be counted toward years of professional experience.

  • Knowledge of the principles of the vapor intrusion practice, including pertinent technical literature, national and state guidance, investigation methods, data assessment tools

  • Experience with various vapor intrusion sampling techniques including indoor air and subslab soil vapor sampling, and installation and sampling of temporary and permanent exterior soil vapor probes.

  • Familiarity with the engineering principles and practices of vapor intrusion mitigation systems.

  • Knowledge of vapor intrusion and contaminant fate & transport

  • Experience with science & engineering solutions for complex contaminated sites

  • HAZWOPER 40-hour training certificate or ability to obtain.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:

  • MS or PhD in an appropriate scientific or environmental engineering discipline

  • Familiarity with the principles of indoor air quality and building sciences

  • Professional certifications such as Certified Industrial Hygienist [CIH] or Master's in Public Health [MPH], or professional registrations such as a PE or PG

  • Previous peer-reviewed journal publications and experience presenting vapor intrusion findings a national conference is desired.

  • Experience with Bioremediation of chlorinated solvents in groundwater

Please note that we will not sponsor an employment visa, such as an H1-B or related visa, to fill this position. This role is not open to Recruitment Agency submissions.


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