OVF Environmental Field Representative

job - full time, paid

Moreland Altobelli, An Atlas Company
Savannah, GA
Closed
Posted 46 Days ago
Moreland Altobelli, An Atlas Company
Savannah, GA
job - full time, paid
Posted 46 Days ago
Closed

Description

Job Description

 

High school graduate or equivalent plus five (5) years of experience in performing inspection and/or managing

environmental compliance of urban freeway construction, with expertise in National Environmental Policy Act

of 1969 (NEPA) laws, regulations, policies, and permitting, expertise in Air and Water Quality, Noise control,

and Hazardous Materials.

Minimum Training and Experience Requirements: Worksite Erosion Control Supervisor (WECS) Level II,

GDOT Soils, Foundation and Material Testing, Hazardous Waste Site Assessment Studies 6.05, 40-hour

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification, Certified in GDOT

Transportation Planning Prequalification Categories 1.06 (b, c, d, e, g).”

Company Description

Moreland Altobelli, an Atlas company, is a full-service engineering and program management firm headquartered in Duluth, Georgia. Established in 1987, Moreland provides technical and management services to local and state governments in the Southeast US. Our expertise is roadway design, structural engineering, community planning, landscape architecture, construction inspection, appraisal, land acquisition, surveying, geotechnical investigation, and environmental review.

About Atlas Technical Consultants: As a world-class organization of over 3,200 professionals in over 140 offices in 40 states dedicated to creating lasting infrastructure, Atlas Technical Consultants is uniquely connected to the communities we serve. Our family of companies have 100’s of years of collective experience. Our services have grown to include everything from design services and environmental to construction management, engineering, materials testing, and disaster response & recovery.

Skills

environmental compliance, water management, environmental policy, water quality, hazardous waste management, nepa, surveying, hazwoper, permitting, erosion control, transportation planning, landscape architecture, microsoft word, program management, training

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