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Full Time Job Opportunities

Broadening your experience is an important step for any student in EEE, and gaining that experience through summer internships or full time employment can be one of the best avenues. There are many ways here at Purdue to ‘Link to Opportunities for Work Experience’, such as the Office of Professional Practice or the Center for Career Opportunities (CCO).  On occasion, companies or professional organizations will contact EEE direct with information concerning work opportunities.  This information is listed below as it is received.  Check this site frequently as changes may occur often, especially during peak hiring seasons.  In most instances, a contact person and/or organization website is listed.  If given, the application deadline will be noted.     

Investigate job opportunities via the links below, and to the side under ‘Link to Opportunities for Work Experience’.


U.S. Army Environmental Command (AEC)

Position: Environmental Compliance

Location: West Point, NY

Education Requirements: BS or MS

Description: A research opportunity is available with the U.S. Army Environmental Command (AEC), located in West Point, NY. AEC is seeking a candidate with a Bachelor's or Master's in environmental science, environmental health, engineering, environmental engineering, environmental policy, public health, or a related. The selected candidate will assist staff Environmental Compliance Engineers in program areas such as: Petroleum and Chemical Bulk Storage Tanks, Contaminated Site Remediation, Hazardous and Solid Waste Management, and Unexploded Ordnance Management.

Selected Fellows/Researchers will have the opportunity to perform research on topics of interest to the U.S. Government and to interact with leading scientists performing research and/or advising at the sponsor. The extensive partnering relationships with universities and other government agencies will expose participants to a broad research community. Program participants will have the opportunity to meet government decision-makers and learn directly from them about the role of scientific research in addressing complex, real-world (i.e., operational) needs. Furthermore, fellows have the opportunity to learn how research products transition from the proof-of-concept stage to integrated production systems. Other benefits may include the following:

• Stipend Payments

• Health Insurance

• Inbound Relocation/Dislocation

• Training & Travel

QualificationsApplicants should have recently completed a degree within five years of the desired starting date in or related discipline, or will be able to complete of all requirements for the degree within six months of the starting date. Other applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The program is open to all qualified U.S. citizens without regard to race, sex, religion, color, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, or status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran. 

For more information and to apply: apply here 

Date Posted to this site - 7/26/2016


AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Position: Geologist/Engineer

Location: Blue Bell, PA

Education Requirements: BS

Description:  Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure is seeking a Geologist / Engineer to join our team in Blue Bell, PA. The position will require well developed judgement, planning, organizational and communication (both written and verbal) skills, and will be responsible for bringing these skills to bear in leading and conducting field investigations. The position will be expected to assist project managers in OM&M, compliance reporting, development of conceptual and detailed remediation designs, implementing field investigations, develop engineers cost estimates for construction, conduct data analyses as directed, and prepare written reports of methodologies, findings and conclusions. Comfort using standard computer software for the engineering applications and the office is required.   More advanced skill sets such as CADD, GIS, geosynthetic design, hydraulic modeling are desirable. Knowledge of federal RCRA, CERCLA, NPDES regulations, NJ Site Remediation Program, or PA Act 2 is desirable.

Incumbent may require orientation and training in the nature of the consulting business, i.e., how to be a consultant, how to write proposals, reports, client correspondence and internal documents, and how to gain familiarity with the standard procedures and practices associated with his/her discipline. Typically, most or all time is spent performing project assignments. Typical project assignments include collecting or compiling data, either in the field or from published and unpublished materials, entering data into and extracting data from standard computer programs, and researching regulatory or technical requirements. Incumbent commonly required to travel to field assignments. May also be given technical writing or analysis assignments, which may be limited in scope or complexity. All work performed by the incumbent will be under the close supervision of the project manager or more senior personnel.

Key Responsibilities 

    • Performs field sampling observations and data collection assignments. These assignments will be performed under the direct supervision or guidance of more experienced field personnel
    • Performs standard or routine calculations. May input data into and/or run standard or, in some cases, advanced computer programs under supervision.
    • Compiles information from reports and published documents. May, under limited supervision, evaluate or analyze the compiled information following standard methods or specific instructions
    • Recognizes and identifies discrepancies in results obtained in such assignments and follow up through a series of related steps or procedures, as directed by more senior personnel. Refers unresolved situations and/or activities to the project manager
    • Under direct supervision of the project manager or senior staff, represents AMEC and interacts in a professional manner with client and subcontractor representatives while on field assignments
    • Responsible for ensuring the Firm’s administrative and financial policies and procedures as well as the methods and procedures specific to his/her specific discipline are followed
    • Understands and applies safety requirements in the field
    • May travel frequently to project sites depending on particular assignment, including sites remote from the office and as part of on-site team
  • 0– 2 years of prior related work experience; experience in fieldwork is desirable
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field required; Master’s Degree a plus
  • Geologist-in-Training or Engineer-in-Training preferred
  • Experience with desktop and industry-specific software (e.g., MSOffice, AutoCAD, and MSProject) is an advantage
  • Hands on knowledge of the use of field equipment desirable
  • Must have sound written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to establish effective internal and external working relationships
  • Ability to communicate clearly with on-site contractors, supervisor or project manager regarding work assignments required
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable driving record
  • Must pass 40 Hour HAZWOPER Training and annual refresher course, if required

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to stoop, kneel, climb and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to drive large pick-up truck; ability to drive a trailer helpful
  • Ability to use hands to operate field equipment
  • Close, distance, and peripheral vision; normal auditory function
  • Must complete employment physical demonstrating ability to meet job requirements, including the ability to wear a respirator as required
  • Completion of annual or bi-annual employment physical as required

For more information and to apply: apply here  

Date Posted to this site - 7/21/2016


AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Position: Junior Environmental Health & Safety Engineer/Scientist

Location: Clifton Park, NY

Education Requirements: BS

Description:  Amec Foster Wheeler Environmental & Infrastracture is seeking a motivated, junior Environmental Health & Safety Engineer / Scientist to support our team in Clifton Park, New York.  The Clifton Park office is part of a multi-disciplinary environmental, health & safety engineering and consulting team that includes engineers, scientists, safety professionals, industrial hygienists, risk assessors, environmental permitting specialists, designers, and other support staff. Amec Foster Wheeler offers the opportunity to work on technically challenging and innovative projects for a wide range of clients throughout the US.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Conduct field sampling activities associated with engineering and consulting related projects, including stormwater, wastewater, soil and groundwater sampling
  • Assist with industrial hygiene related projects, including personal air sampling, indoor air quality assessment, noise evaluations, qualitative assessments, etc.
  • Assist with the preparation of reports, permit applications and other project related documents
  • Scheduling field sampling events
  • Performing oversight of drilling operations including soil boring advancement and the installation of groundwater monitoring wells and / or piezometers
  • Assisting with the preparation of technical reports including compiling analytical data
  • Supporting various projects within Environmental Branch (e.g., Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, Lockout / Tagout, Hazard Communication, Respiratory Protection, Confined Space Entry, Emergency Action Plans, etc.)
  • Assist with EH&S audits / inspections, and providing recommendations for corrective actions
  • Develop and conduct site specific EH&S training programs, including but not limited to, Hazard Communication, Lockout / Tagout, Bloodborne Pathogens, Fall Protection, Ladder Safety, Hazardous Waste Management, Respiratory Protection, RCRA / DOT, HAZWOPER, etc.
  • Be motivated, outgoing, and have the ability to interact with employees within various different industry settings
  • BS in Chemical / Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences or Health and Safety
  • 0 to 4 years of experience in EH&S field
  • Knowledge in Federal and NYS environmental regulations and OSHA regulations
  • Enthusiasm for challenge and new initiatives
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills. Strong organizational abilities
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint)
  • Demonstrated professional judgment, consistency and attention to detail
  • Ability and willingness to travel to project sites. Anticipated travel expected to be less than 10% overnight travel however extended travel up to two weeks is possible at times
  • Adaptability and willingness to adjust to client needs
  • Flexibility to work outside of normal business hours, if required
  • Must pass drug test, physical, background check and must have a satisfactory driving record in accordance with the company's driving (MVR) policy

Preferred Qualifications

  • 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER Training
  • Professional certification in EHS (ASP, EIT, ACIH or similar)
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with the ability / desire to lead tasks
  • Attention to detail
  • Self starter and fast learner

For more information and to apply: apply here

Date Posted to this site - 7/15/2016


Metropolitan Sewer District

Position: Senior Engineer/Engineering Intern (multiple positions and ongoing search)

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Education Requirements: BS

Description:  To perform professional engineering work involving the design, investigation and construction of engineering projects including streets, bridges, mechanical systems, utility plants, buildings and other projects, varying with assigned area of responsibility; and to provide complex professional assistance to an assigned Engineering Supervisor or other management personnel.

Applications for Senior Engineer/Engineer Intern are being accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Multiple vacancies may be filled from this job posting. As vacancies become available, applications will be reviewed and qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring department for consideration.

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC) has several exciting employment opportunities for energetic, service-minded Professional Engineers or Engineer Interns with a focus on teamwork and continuous improvement. Job opportunities are in one or more of the following areas: Civil, Environmental, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, and Industrial Engineering disciplines, as well as other related specialties. Senior Engineers and Engineer Interns at MSDGC work collaboratively on projects with a broad array of professional and technical co-workers, and with citizens and other stakeholders. MSDGC offers a fast-paced, diverse, team-based, and family-friendly work environment, with an outstanding pay and benefits package.

16-01 Planning:
Plan Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects, including sewerage of undeveloped areas, sewer replacement and upsizing; major repair, replacement, and improvement of pump stations and wastewater treatment plants.

16-02 Design:
Design CIP projects, including sewerage of undeveloped areas, sewer replacement and upsizing; major repair, replacement, and improvement of pump stations and wastewater treatment plants.

16-03 Construction:
Supervise and provide field engineering services during construction of multiple CIP and subdivision projects; coordinate construction activities with contractors and with project managers of various MSD divisions; oversee the work of construction inspectors; approve and process change orders and invoices; lead and/or attend various project meetings including pre-construction meetings.

16-04 Cost Estimation:
Prepare and/or coordinate cost estimates for the In-House Design Section on treatment and collection system projects, using MC2ICE 2000 software. Provide conceptual, total bid price, and forecast project costs. Conduct contingency and escalation analysis and maintain the estimating software model.

16-05 Project Management:
Use sound project management practices and MSD's Master Program Management Plan guidelines to deliver wastewater collection and treatment facility projects that are designed by either consultants or internal designers. Manage internal designer and consultant designer agreements, including preparation of requests for qualifications; consultant selection; negotiation of consultant agreements; scope, schedule and budget control; and evaluation of designer performance.  Provide project administration and documentation. Develop legislative requests with supporting documentation and respond to stakeholder inquiries for assigned projects. Prepare and present project updates to stakeholders. Generally, the project manager is responsible for the project after turnover from planning through construction and project close-out. Day-to-day inspection and management of construction phase is provided by others. Projects include wet weather improvement plan projects, asset management projects and local assessment sewers.

16-06 Sewer System Modeling:
Use MSD's System-Wide Model to support a number of programs, assess the efficiency of designs, develop flows to be used in final designs, and evaluate various alternatives as projects are in the planning phase.

16-07 Stormwater Management:
NPDES Phase II permit compliance and enforcement; SMU annual CIP development and planning; supervising technicians and other professional staff responsible for various planning and NPDES-permitting related activities.

16-08 Maintenance Reliability and Industrial Process Engineering:
Use reliability tools and strategies to improve equipment reliability for Wastewater
Treatment Plants, Flood Control Facilities, and the Wastewater Collection System within the District. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate familiarity with RCM, preventive and predictive techniques, root cause analysis, planning, scheduling, inventory management, change-management and maintenance management software with excellent communication, interpersonal and team-building skills.

16-09 Plant Maintenance Engineering:
Support the MSD maintenance reliability program through the review of
specifications, in-house design, complex troubleshooting, contractor coordination, field support, review of submittals and drawings, and evaluation of project alternatives.

16-10 Instrument and Controls Engineering:
Support the MSD maintenance reliability program through the review of
specifications, in-house design, complex troubleshooting, contractor coordination, field support, review of submittals and drawings, and evaluation of project alternatives.

16-11 SCADA/Instrumentation:
Provide Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) support in operations and management of collection and treatment systems. Oversee and manage SCADA construction projects. Review specifications and perform in-house design, troubleshooting. Provide field support. Purchase and maintain hardware and software to support SCADA group.

16-12 Private Development Coordination and Review:
Review concept and detailed construction plans for compliance with various rules, regulations and permit requirements; evaluate proposed projects with respect to sewer capacity and impacts upon existing systems and infrastructure; coordinate activities with various departments, agencies, and local jurisdictions.

16-13 Industrial Waste:
Approve plans and specifications for industrial pretreatment systems; perform technical evaluation of industrial manufacturing/commercial operations for impact on the wastewater treatment system; develop, monitor, and assess performance metrics for the pretreatment program; oversee the Fats, Oil, and Grease (FOG) and Waste Hauler Programs and Storm Water activities; oversee the Permits and Compliance Section.

Minimum Qualifications (KSAs):

(Illustrative only. Any one position within this classification may not include all of the KSAs listed nor do the listed examples include all of the KSAs which may be performed.)

Knowledge of:
Principles and practices of engineering, especially as related to assigned area of responsibility--structural,mechanical, electrical, civil, geotechnical, etc; reinforced concrete design.
As appropriate, geology, including local geology, investigative practices and stabilization methods.
Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers.Pertinent federal, state and local codes, laws, regulations and standards.
Principles of management and supervision; City personnel policies and procedures; union contracts.
Principles and practices of obtaining and administering funding for assigned projects.
Materials, tools and equipment used in engineering; applicable computer software packages.
Administrative policies and procedures of the City and the assigned department.

Ability to:
Interpret engineering plans and calculations.
Review and prepare reports, construction plans, cost estimates and specifications for assigned projects.
Review plans for roadways, utilities, earthworks and residential and industrial developments.
Enforce appropriate safety and quality standards.
Interpret field data and results from laboratory tests.
Use appropriate computer programs for engineering analysis, data acquisition and database functions.
Develop and maintain databases and maps for information on retaining walls and geography.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Plan and manage the activities of subordinate workers; manage construction projects.

Required Education and Experience:

To qualify as an ENGINEER INTERN:

  • Each applicant must possess a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited college or university, or possess an Engineer-in-Training certificate from any state.
  • After ten (10) years in the Engineer Intern classification without passing the Professional Engineer registration, the incumbent will be reclassified to the senior Engineering Technician classification.
  • Must possess, or have the ability to obtain, a valid Driver's license.

Engineer Intern Salary (as of 3/22/2016): 
$23.85 - $32.06 Hourly
$1,908.23 - $2,564.50 Biweekly
$49,614.03 - $66,677.11 Annually

Military education and experience may be substituted for college level course work at the lower and upper division baccalaureate and graduate levels and apprenticeship training at the vocational certificate level on a case by case basis based on the American Council on Education (ACE) Military Guide recommendations.

Background Investigation: A criminal background investigation will be conducted for this position (according to Civil Service Commission Rule 15 – Sensitive Classifications/Positions and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act of 2001 and the Patriot Act). The purpose is to detect security risks and prevent security threats posed by potential employees.

U.S. Citizenship: All positions with the City of Cincinnati require that each applicant be a citizen of the United States or have a valid permanent resident card at the time of appointment (date of hire).

For more information and to apply: apply here

Date Posted to this site - 7/14/2016



Position: Environmental/Solid Waste EIT

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Education Requirements: BS

Description:  HDR is seeking an Environmental Engineer for our Omaha office. The primary duties of this position include all aspects of engineering for solid waste facilities and environmental projects such as landfills, recycling facilities, remediation sites, and waste transfer stations.   

The specific duties involve:

  • Assisting project managers with site evaluations, soil reports, grading plans, design details, landfill gas, sediment soil and groundwater sampling, geologic logging of borings, monitoring well design, storm water modeling and conduct engineering analysis and calculations for permitting, permit compliance, solid waste and environmental feasibility studies, prepare reports, construction drawings and specifications and construction management.
  • Perform site visits and prepares documents for public and private clients for a broad range of environmental compliance issues.  
  • May function as a technical specialist or project manager on small to mid-size projects if appropriate.
  • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills required for execution of work. 


• Bachelor's degree in Civil, Geological, or Environmental Engineering

• EIT is required 

• 0+ years experience in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis on design, permitting, and construction

• Demonstrated leadership skills

• Proven team player 

• Excellent communication skills are required

• Prior experience with field work and environmental regulations is a plus.

• Proficient with Microsoft Office (including Excel)

• Familiarity with AutoCAD Civil 3D is a plus

For more information and to apply: apply here

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Date Posted to this site - 7/13/2016


AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Position: Entry-Level Water Resources Engineer

Location: Columbia, SC

Education Requirements: BS

Description: Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure is currently seeking an Entry-Level Water Resources Engineer to join our team in Columbia, SC to support our Water Resources, Natural Resources and Environmental Assessment groups. Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor of Science degree in civil / environmental engineering, preferably an Engineer-in-Training certification, and 0-3 years of experience.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Support civil design, stream restoration, and other water resources design projects
  • Support stormwater management programs
  • Support environmental permitting projects
  • Support various projects within Environmental Branch (e.g., Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and wetland delineations)
  • Conduct field investigations
  • Conduct sampling events (surface water, groundwater, soil) in various site settings
  • Perform engineering calculations
  • Develop hydrologic and hydraulic models
  • Assist senior staff with the preparation of technical reports, including compiling analytical data
  • Conduct public education, including environmental education in schools, educational workshops and at local festivals
  • Some travel/field work (daytime and overnight) may be required (usually in Southeast U.S.)
  • Work with a team of water resources engineers and environmental scientists
  • Have and maintain a valid driver’s license, work outdoors in various weather conditions
  • B.S in Civil/Environmental Engineering or equivalent; Master's degree is a plus
  • Engineer-in-Training certification preferred
  • Knowledge of hydrology and hydraulics required
  • Experience in any of the following: stormwater management, any phase of civil design, project planning, drawing and specification development, calculations, report writing, wetland delineation, protected species, or stream restoration
  • Experience with HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, and SWMM model suites desired, but not required
  • Proficient in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Experience using AutoCAD is preferred
  • Experience using ArcGIS is a plus
  • Strong technical writing and communications skills
  • OSHA 40 certification is a plus
  • An ideal candidate would be a self-starter, open to learn, adaptable to change, have a strong work ethic and thrives in a dynamic environment with multiple priorities
  • Flexible to work outside normal business hours and overtime, as needed
  • Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with management, staff, and clients
  • Technical writing skills
  • Ability to apply analytical/scientific thinking to define and solve problems
  • Ability to work well in a team environment with a willingness to follow detailed instructions and learn new skills
  • Ability to execute field and office tasks and operate independently at times – specifically in field setting
  • Must pass drug test, background check, and must have a satisfactory driving record in accordance with the Company's driving (MVR) policy

For more information and to apply: apply here

Date Posted to this site - 7/12/2016


New Mexico State University

Position: Post Doctoral Researcher

Location: Las Cruces, NM

Education Requirements: PhD

Description: New Mexico State University (NMSU) is seeking a post doctoral researcher with skills and interest in multidisciplinary modeling using system dynamics models to address the energy-water-economics-environment nexus. Develop multidisciplinary model of energy systems in New Mexico and couple with a statewide model of the water budget for 16 planning regions in New Mexico. Incorporate economic and environmental modules for a fully functional interdisciplinary model for select regions. Fashion an interface for scenario analysis and model simulation and visualization that would promote broad interaction with stakeholders. The project is described on the website NMSU postdoc.

For more information and to apply: Please contact Sam Fernald at or call him at 575-646-4337 for questions. Additional questions specifically regarding the system dynamics modelling may be directed to Vince Tidwell at, and questions focusing on energy, economics, and water may be directed to Janie Chermak at Applications must be submitted online by: 7/30/2016. For complete job description, qualifications and application process visit: here. Posting #1600247S

Date Posted to this site - 7/12/2016


Anchor QEA

Position: Water Resources Engineer

Location: Seattle, WA

Education Requirements: BS or MS

Description: The engineer will have 0 to 5 years’ experience on water resources/civil/environmental projects.  An M.S. degree in civil or hydraulic engineering is preferred.  Responsibilities for the positions include:  field studies, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, engineering analysis, design of hydraulic structures and stream restoration projects, report preparation, client interaction, construction document preparation, and construction oversight.  EIT certification, understanding of or experience with river and stream restoration, hydrology and hydraulics is beneficial.  Strong written and verbal communications skills are a must.

For more information and to apply: Anchor QEA employs more than 360 highly motivated people in offices around the United States.  Our people are our most valuable resource, and we are committed to fostering a work environment that is conducive to the personal and professional growth of each employee.  This is accomplished through a company philosophy that combines teamwork, open communication, shared benefits, participation in the life of the company, shared opportunities, and job sculpting.  We all strive to contribute to a friendly, supportive, and fun work environment.  Apply here

Date Posted to this site - 7/8/2016


Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE)

Position: Multiple

Location: various

Education Requirements: BS through PhD

Description: The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) sponsors more than 50 research programs for undergraduate students at national laboratories and other federal research facilities in 24 states and some outside the United States. So whether you are seeking a summer internship, a scholarship to help fund your academic progress, or a longer-term research position to provide hands-on laboratory experience, ORISE has a program for you. There are multiple job listings potentially applicable to EEEs such as internships in the Wind Power Program office, Water Power Program office, Sustainability Office, Government Energy Management Office, Technology and Water Resources Internship, EPA, and DOE. Post graduate positions are for those who have graduated with a degree.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Support civil design, stream restoration, and other water resources design projects
  • Support stormwater management programs
  • Support environmental permitting projects
  • Support various projects within Environmental Branch (e.g., Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and wetland delineations)
  • Conduct field investigations
  • Conduct sampling events (surface water, groundwater, soil) in various site settings
  • Perform engineering calculations
  • Develop hydrologic and hydraulic models
  • Assist senior staff with the preparation of technical reports, including compiling analytical data
  • Conduct public education, including environmental education in schools, educational workshops and at local festivals
  • Some travel/field work (daytime and overnight) may be required (usually in Southeast U.S.)
  • Work with a team of water resources engineers and environmental scientists
  • Have and maintain a valid driver’s license, work outdoors in various weather conditions

Qualifications:  Applicants must must be currently enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in public health, environmental health, environmental science, geographic information systems, or a closely related discipline at an accredited U.S. college or university, or have received a bachelor's degree within five years of the desired starting date. Students will be required to provide proof of enrollment each semester.

For more information and to apply: See details for each job listing and more information on ORISE at the ORISE website. On left hand menu under "Internships, Scholarships, and Fellowships" select "Recent Graduates" or "Graduate Students".

Date Posted to this site - 7/6/2016



Location: Various

Position: multiple

Education Requirements: BS or MS

For more information and to apply online:  SUnder the video, select "Graduates and Interns".  Select green search button in upper right hand corner. In the black square for the "how to apply" section, select "search for job".  Scroll down and select the area of the world you are interested in (US, global, etc).  Note: you will have to select a specific country.  Click search for a job. Leave everything as is except for the “Job Category” section select “Engineering-Environmental”.

Date Posted to this site -7/6/2016



LocationMultiple locations
Position: multiple
Education Requirements: BS or MS
To learn more and apply:   Select "Apply" tab which is blue on the top of the screen.  On left side of screen select "search opportunities".  Keep all heading blank except select "Junior Consultant 0-2 years' experience" in "Experience Level" category. 

Date Posted to this site -  7/6/2016



Position: multiple entry level positions

Education Requirements: BS or MS

Location: multiple

More Information on company: For decades, CH2M HILL has been a global leader in engineering, consulting, design, program management, construction and operations, working on the most challenging and impactful projects around the world. Through these challenging projects, we develop our people — who transform complex and creative ideas into reality, every day. Join us and together we can work to build a sustainable world. We support you to reach your greatest career goals through continued professional development, a positive work life balance and undeniably cool engineering projects. Join employee-owned CH2M HILL and discover why our diverse team has been consistently ranked as one of the leading employers and repeatedly recognized as a best place to work in the U.S.

Today, the importance of environmental stewardship is unprecedented. As businesses go “Green" and society becomes more proactive, your role in CH2M HILL's Environmental Group provides opportunities to participate in projects that will protect the Earth's natural resources. We help our clients in both government and industry markets safeguard and restore natural resources as cost-effectively as possible. Overall it is a monumental task, but with each day, we have the opportunity to limit our footprint. Ready? Let's Get to Work.

For more information and to apply: Go to CH2MHill in the search jobs box and select "browse all jobs" orange button. Look at the categories applicable to EEEs (Engineering-Environmental, Engineering-Water, Engineering-Wastewater, etc.).  Look for positions that contain "entry level" in the title. 

Date Posted to this site - 7/6/2016


Ramboll Environ

Position: multiple

Education Requirements: BS or MS

Location: multiple

For more information and to apply: Go to RambollEnviron Under the "Current Openings" "Job Postings" section select "Associate" or "Environment and Energy". Look for the jobs that include "associate" or "entry level" in the heading.

Date Posted to this site - 7/6/2016


EPA Office of Research and Development/National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (ORD/NHEERL)

Position: Post graduate intern

Education Requirements: undergraduates and post bachelors (within 60 months of receiving BS)

Location:  Seattle, WA or Corvallis, OR


The goal of this research is to develop tools and datasets which will allow small communities to enhance their sustainability and climate resilience. Small (in range of 30,000 to 60,000 population or less) communities face many issues in terms of the environment and economics, but often have limited staff time and access to data, even when tools are available. Thus, compared to larger cities with greater visibility and more resources which allow them to develop unique sustainability plans, smaller communities would benefit from a readily accessible framework which would allow them to evaluate sustainability with available resources.

This research project will explore the use of Human Well Being Index (HWBI), and Final Ecosystem Goods and Services Survey and Reporting Tool (FEGSSRT) and other EPA community decision support tools in engaging communities, providing information about their environments, conducting community assessments, and in affecting decision making. The research project will include evaluating the utility of these tools, identifying how it was used, and the impact of its use on community perception and environmental quality. The research project will include development of a conceptual “dashboard” to illustrate the output of these tools to communities. 

The research participant could be involved in the following activities:

  • collaborating with a team to assist small communities in their assessment of sustainability and climate resiliency.  
  • evaluating of current sustainability and climate resiliency efforts and needs of cooperating cities such as Bremerton, WA.
  • identifying key metrics of sustainability and climate resiliency.  
  • identifying and evaluating of existing assessment tools, with particular focus on those developed by ORD to address those metrics.
  • conducting user experience research on selected topics and tools.
  • collecting data for use with assessment tools.  
  • preparing an interim report on process to evaluate sustainability and climate resiliency by small cities, ability of current models and data to address needs of cooperating cities, and format for a dashboard or other procedure to summarize tool outputs for a community.

The mentors for this project are Kira Lynch ( and David Olszyk ( The desired start date for this appointment is August 1, 2016.

This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and EPA.


  • Degree: Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree or have received this degree within 60 months.
  • Discipline(s):
    • Life Health and Medical Sciences
    • Environmental Health
    • Public Health
    • Earth and Geosciences
    • Environmental Science Studies
    • Geographic Information Systems
    • Environmental and Marine Sciences
    • Environmental Sciences
  • Veteran Status: None

Qualifications:  Applicants must must be currently enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in public health, environmental health, environmental science, geographic information systems, or a closely related discipline at an accredited U.S. college or university, or have received a bachelor's degree within five years of the desired starting date. Students will be required to provide proof of enrollment each semester.

The appointment is part time (50% of full time) for one year and may be renewed upon recommendation of EPA and contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend. Funding may be made available to reimburse the participant’s travel expenses to present the results of his/her research at scientific conferences and stakeholder venues. No funding will be made available to cover travel costs for pre-appointment visits, relocation costs, tuition and fees, or participant’s health insurance. The participant must show proof of health and medical insurance. The participant does not become an EPA employee.

To learn more and apply: Details and apply here

Date Posted to this site -7/1/2016


McKinsey & Company

Position: various for 2017.  See education level for details.

Education Level: PhD and non-MBA Masters degrees (Analyst  and Associate positions).  BS for Junior Analyst and Junior Associate positions.

Location: multiple worldwide

Description: This link describes the various roles or position titles at the company.  The "consulting" and "research & analytics" roles best apply to EEE skills. 

More Information on company:  Please join McKinsey & Company's web presentations to learn about our work, our people, and our exciting full-time career opportunities for PhDs, Postdocs, non-MBA Masters, medical students, Interns, Residents and Fellows. We are hosting general information sessions, as well as sessions covering specific topics, such as women at McKinsey and our LGBT network.  Please visit our Online Events section on our website for session details, available dates, and to RSVP by clicking this link: Online Events
For general information on the company click  McKinsey  

To apply: See search & apply Please contact your recruiter should you have questions, Kate McClain,

Date Posted to this site - 7/1/2016


Tranlin, Inc (US subsidiary of Shandong Tranlin Paper Co., Ltd.)

Position: Junior and Mid-Level Environmental Engineers-Bilingual Mandarin/English

Location: North Chesterfield, Virginia

For more information and to apply:  Permanent Position

Date Posted to this site - 2/25/16


Department of Energy Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis (EPSA)

Position: Postgraduate Opportunity-Energy Water System (two positions)

Location: Washington DC 

Description: We are seeking two talented and committed individuals to assist the Office of Energy Systems Analysis and Integration in 1) pursuing improvements in the availability, quality, and usability of data related to the energy-water nexus; 2) laying the foundation for a federated energy-water data system incorporating data sets from DOE, other agencies, and other organizations; 3) developing model-based future scenarios that explore the interactions between energy and water systems and the implications for energy demand and portfolio mix, energy security, energy system reliability, energy system resilience, cost, and environmental impacts, particularly in regions impacted by water scarcity; 4) developing modes of analysis of multi-organizational decision-making processes; and 5) pursuing new approaches in areas such as communication of uncertainty and data visualization.


  • Develop an understanding of the available data sets and gaps in areas such as the following: thermoelectric cooling systems, produced water, water for hydraulic fracturing, water for enhanced oil recovery, energy for pumping, and energy for water treatment.

  • To help develop concepts to improve the accessibility and usability of data sets to support analysis of trends, decision-making behavior, etc.

  • Provide input into a federated data system for energy and water.

  • Provide input into model-based regional and national scenarios exploring different aspects of the energy-water nexus and its effect on the energy system.

  • Analyze multi-organizational decision-making.

  • Perform analyses and provide constructive feedback on others’ analyses addressing the technology, economic, regulatory and other policy dimensions of the water-energy nexus and other energy policy topics.

  • Draft memos and white papers on the above topics.

  • Organize workshops on the above topics.

  • Develop working relationships across DOE, with National Laboratories, and with other Federal agencies.

  • Identify opportunities for productive collaboration with other analysts.


  • A degree in engineering or economics, or policy with some experience in energy is desired.

  • Strong presentation and writing skills

  • Experience with data systems

  • Experience with energy modeling

  • Experience in environmental policy

  • Strong critical thinking

Academic Levels:

  • Postdoctoral
  • Post-Master's
  • Post-Bachelor's

For more information and to apply: Position for US Citizens only. For more information on DOE go to EPSA. To apply for the position go here. In the "Find Your Opportunity" section on the page on the right side, type DOE-STP-EPSA-GEN-3006 in the search box.  In the search box type "entry level". Although the posting looks old, they are preparing to hire from it with a start date of "immediately" or "at the end of the school year". So apply if you are interested. 

Date Posted to this site - 3/31/2016


WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff 

Position: various entry level positions

Location: multiple in USA

For more information and to apply: Go to jobs. In the search box type "entry level". These positions are available throughout the company, excluding high speed rail positions which they list separately (see entry below). 

Date Posted to this site - 3/22/2016


WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff 

Position: Environmental Planner 

Location: multiple in California

For more information and to apply: Go to WSP rail  These positions are specific to the high speed rail that will be build in CA. 

Date Posted to this site - 3/22/2016



Position: multiple

Location: multiple

For more information and to apply: Go to Shrewsberry opportunities.  Look for the jobs with "water resources project engineer" in the heading.

Date Posted to this site - 2/25/2016


ATC Group Services, LLC (formerly Cardno)

Position: landfill intern or landfill engineer depending on the status of the ideal candidate

Location: Evansville, IN (with per diem) during summer and Cincinnati, OH (for fall semester if intern or thereafter if permanent position)

Description: ATC Group Services is looking for an individual interested in landfill projects.  Depending on the most qualified candidate, the position will be an internship beginning summer 2016 and continuing Fall 2016 with potential employment after graduation.  For a permanent position, the candidate would begin following graduation.  Preference for juniors or seniors although a highly qualified sophomore will be considered.  The opportunity will involve field work in the summer and move into the office setting in the fall.  The focus will be on testing, regulations, and QA/QC on landfill projects with an emphasis on projects involving the new coal ash regulations. 

Qualifications: Opportunity open to all those who can legally work in the United States, both foreign nationals and permanent citizens will be considered.  Individual should be interested in solid waste work.  

More Information on company:

To apply: Please send resumes to  

Date Posted to this site - 1/19/2016



Location: Multiple locations
Position: multiple
To learn more and apply: Current openings via CLEAResult

Date Posted to this site - 11/20/2015


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