This really is an opportunity that does not come up very often. Working with New Zealand’s premier contaminated land business based in this highly regarded environmental consulting firm, the role will be based in their modern Auckland office close to transportation links.
Enginurity have been engaged exclusively by this client and we are seeking a qualified environmental geologist / scientist with experience in contaminated land work.
This role has a service delivery focus in contaminated land and will provide a key interface for to their clients on a day to day basis.
In this role, you will be involved in :
Management of projects and team members, subcontractors and interfacing with regulators and clients.
Reporting on project performance, controlling budgets.
Field work as required.
Business development by sourcing ongoing work from existing clients (both locally and nationally), developing new clients and raising your personal and the company’s profile by presentation of papers at conferences.
This position would ideally suit someone with at least 10+ years post graduate professional experience, preferably including at least 4 year of field experience.
Through this experience, you will be able to demonstrate :
Bachelors degree, with preference for Masters in environmental geology, geoenvironmental or environmental science from a recognised leading university (and if not from a New Zealand University, this will need to be a Washington Accord recognised degree).
Experience of hazardous waste, solid waste and contaminated sites.
Experience of air quality, gaseous / particulate emissions, vapour intrusion.
Experience of water supply and water resources
Environmental management and Environmental site audits.
Occupational hygiene (including asbestos)
Project Management including scoping, budgeting, supervision, management, assessment and completion of contaminated land projects.
Interpretation of contaminant chemistry within a range of environmental media.
Data analysis, conceptual model development and assessment of media testing results against guidelines.
Preparation and peer review of technical reports.
Numerical modelling of contaminant fate and transport.
Input into resource consent applications (including compilation and coordination of AEEs) and liaison with Regional and Territorial Authority staff (and other stakeholders)
Experience in the assessment of risk from asbestos would be preferred