LJT & Associates, Inc

  • Environmental Scientist

    Location US-VA-Wallops Island
    Job ID
    Engineering - Environmental Science
    Security Clearance Required
  • Overview

    Environmental Scientist at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, VA needed to support environmental compliance in the areas of National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA), Clean Air Act, Outreach, Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping, Clean Water Act, and website support

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Performs professional Environmental Engineering assignments of a moderate degree of complexity under close direction and supervision.
    • Work involves the application of basic engineering principles with regards to environmental impact and quality, natural resource recycle and recovery, and/or public health.
    • Develops environmental systems, applications, and procedures.
    • Conducts standard investigations and prepares remediation work plans and reports. Conducts standard analyses or tests of moderate complexity.
    • Performs basic experiments and reports findings on environmental consequences of equipment, tools, and procedures.
    • Ensures the organization's conformance to federal, state, and local environmental legislation.






    Education requirements:

    • Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, Environmental Science, Biology, Physics, Geology, or Engineering.
      • Eight (8) college semester credit hours in Chemistry
      • Four (4) college semester credit hours (16 hours preferred)  in Microbiology and Biology

    Additional Skills:

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Expertise with Microsoft Office products,  Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping software, and website maintenance.
    • Experience writing National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) Records of Environmental Consideration or Environmental Assessments and completing Virginia Air permit applications.



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