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Environmental Engineer II

Company Name:
Fuss & O'Neill
ABOUT US
At Fuss & O'Neill, our mission is to provide our clients with innovative and practical engineering, scientific, and planning solutions to meet their needs. We act together as one company, collaborating to achieve our priorities; we believe diverse viewpoints make for a stronger team; and we support our employees' professional growth through training and opportunities for increased responsibility.

ABOUT THE POSITION
We are seeking an experienced Environmental Engineer to join our Environmental Practice Team and work on projects including wastewater discharge permits; pollution prevention and emergency response plans; preparing and submitting Tier II & Toxic Release Inventory Reports for various industrial and commercial clients; air permitting and waste characterization & biennial hazardous waste reporting.

Under the general direction of a Project Manager, this professional will primarily support the Engineering and Compliance department at Fuss and O'Neill; however, this professional will have the opportunity to work with other departments.

Position Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, or Chemical Engineering or Environmental Science
Typically requires 3-4 years of relevant, environmental engineering, experience
EIT registration is preferred
Intermediate skills in Microsoft Word and Excel, AutoCAD knowledge a plus!
Experience with environmental permitting and technical report writing
Excellent written and oral communication skills Knowledge of phased environmental investigation
Ability to travel locally approximately 40% of the time

This position will reside in our Manchester, CT office. Visa sponsorship is NOT available for this position.

TO APPLY
Visit our website at http://www.fando.com/Careers/Current_Openings/ to upload your resume and apply for the position.

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