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Project Engineer

EEC Environmental is seeking a Project Engineer with 3-5 years’ experience in design of civil, process,
and/or construction engineering project work. This position will execute engineering and project
management tasks that include site/condition assessment, system and utility design, engineering and
operation of systems and equipment (e.g., water/wastewater treatment systems), and other related
environmental projects in support of municipal, industrial, and commercial clients.


This exciting opportunity offers a growth position in a team-oriented environment for an individual with
an established track record of performing engineering and project management tasks as a seller/doer.
The candidate should be self-motivated and able to work on projects with variable complexity with the
desire and ability to build a strong support team and long-term relationships with clients.


Key Responsibilities
• Execute civil and process engineering design/build and consulting projects.
• Lead engineering and construction teams for water and wastewater treatment engineering
projects/tasks.
• Manage project contracts, budgets and schedules.
• Perform, analyze and report on specific environmental and/or civil project tasks under general
supervision.
• Research and recommend solutions to technical problems in accordance with accepted
scientific/engineering practices and principles.
• Lead and prepare proposals and cost estimates.
• Perform business development activities by routinely meeting with new and existing clients to
develop work opportunities.
• Work with and mentor staff on engineering projects.
• Work effectively in a team environment, as well as independently.
• Provide effective verbal and written communication to clients and staff.
• Manage time and staff to ensure project deadlines and budgets are met.
• Provide QA/QC review of project deliverables to ensure accuracy and quality standards are
achieved.


Minimum Qualifications
• Familiarity with Auto CAD
• Civil or Mechanical engineering undergraduate degree from an accredited university
• Engineering in Training (EIT) certification
• California PE preferred
• 3-5 years of civil engineering experience and industry knowledge
• Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
• Approximately 20% travel


Physical Demands:
• Required to sit or stand at an office workstation, sometimes for extended periods of time
• Required to work on keyboard, using mouse while looking at computer screens/monitors,
sometimes for extended periods of time


Benefits offered:
• Competitive market-based salary
• Medical
• Dental
• Life/Long Term Disability
• 10 Paid Holidays
• 401(k) Retirement Plan after 1 Year
• 5 Sick Days
• 2 Weeks Vacation


TO APPLY: jobs@eecenvironmental.com
Please submit your resume and brief cover letter. Thank you for your interest in EEC!
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location: Orange, CA
Required education: Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
Compensation: Commensurate with experience

EEC Environmental is an E-Verify Employer. You must be Authorized to work in the United
States. You must possess a valid driver’s license/clean driving record and proof of insurance/liability required.

EEC is a national environmental consulting firm that specializes in assessment and remediation of soil, soil gas and groundwater; environmental compliance; and storm and wastewater design and consulting. 

EEC is headquartered in Orange, California, and has a regional office in Annapolis, Maryland. The firm has experienced consistent growth throughout its 24-year history that has been driven by a philosophy of providing high-level, rapid turnaround, cost-effective environmental services for clients while providing a comfortable and rewarding experience for the firm’s environmental professionals. Additional information can be found on the company’s website at www.eecenvironmental.com.

Our principals and senior management team bring more than a century of experience to each project, making EEC a leading national full-service firm, offering one-stop, turn-key solutions for projects of all sizes.

Submit Resumes to:

EEC Environmental
1 City Boulevard West Suite 1800 Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Human Resources
Fax: (714) 667-2310
Email: Jobs@eecenvironmental.com

Senior Project Engineer

EEC Environmental is actively seeking a creative and talented Senior Engineer to serve in a Sr. Project
Management role in our Orange County office. In this role, you will be responsible for managing the
execution of water/wastewater treatment, site development, and utility design projects while mentoring

a group of young, talented engineers. You will be expected to demonstrate excellent leadership, problem-
solving skills, and produce high-quality deliverables.

Candidates with the desired experience in ONE OR BOTH of the disciplines listed are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate is a seller/doer who is comfortable leading design teams and developing client
relationships. Candidates with a positive attitude and strong initiative will fit well with our existing group
of outstanding professionals. Occasional business travel may be required.


Project Management Responsibilities:
• Recruiting, managing and mentoring junior staff and mid-career engineers and scientists.
• Business development including bringing in new clients and obtaining repeat business from
existing clients; developing proposals and cost estimates.
• Preparing for and participating in meetings with clients, regulatory personnel, and other parties.
• Manage project schedules, budgets, costs, subcontractors, project quality, and client satisfaction.
• Participate in local and national technical associations (e.g. ASCE, WEF, AWRA, GRA, etc.).

DISCIPLINE 1: Water/Wastewater Responsibilities
• Manage a wide range of design and design-build projects including industrial pretreatment
systems, collection and conveyance systems, pump stations, storage and treatment facilities, and
wellhead treatment systems.
• Project management and oversight of design, planning and permitting, trouble shooting, and
system optimization including design-build projects.
• Reviewing and preparing technical reports, construction documents, and specifications.
• Occasional fieldwork including contractor oversight and process troubleshooting tasks.

DISCIPLINE 2: Civil/Utility Design Responsibilities
• Manage a range of projects including ground-up development, redevelopment, wet/dry utility
design, and grading and drainage projects for industrial, commercial, educational, and municipal
clients.
• Manage conceptual, preliminary, and construction drawing development.
• Provide client services such as cost estimating, bidding and construction support, RFI
review/response, etc.
• Occasional fieldwork including construction administration tasks.
• Approves all drawing packages, exhibits and documents assembled.
Qualifications
• BS in Engineering with 10+ years of demonstrated experience in the consulting industry with
private and public projects.
• Valid California Professional Engineer (PE) license required.

Qualifications:
• Demonstrated experience with industrial and municipal clients in water supply,
water/wastewater treatment, and water re-use projects.
• Demonstrated experience in land development projects including ground-up development and
redevelopment projects.
• Working knowledge of Federal and California regulations.
• Experience with managing multi-disciplinary project teams.
• Ability to succeed in a fast-paced consulting environment, handling multiple project assignments,
meeting strict deadlines, and traveling to client facilities as needed.
• Demonstrated success in the development and management of clients and growing a practice
that sustains a group of professional junior staff.
• Current OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER training and refreshers (preferred).
• Valid U.S driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record for business travel.
• Proficient with MS Office software.
• Strong oral and technical writing skills.

Benefits offered: 
• Competitive market-based salary 
• Medical 
• Dental 
• Life/Long Term Disability 
• 10 Paid Holidays 
• 401(k) Retirement Plan after 1 Year 
• 5 Sick Days 
• 2Wks Vacation 

TO APPLY: jobs@eecenvironmental.com
Please submit your resume and brief cover letter. Thank you for your interest in EEC!
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location: Orange, CA
Required education: Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
Compensation: Commensurate with experience

EEC is a national environmental consulting firm that specializes in assessment and remediation of soil, soil gas and groundwater; environmental compliance; and storm and wastewater design and consulting. 

EEC is headquartered in Orange, California, and has a regional office in Annapolis, Maryland. The firm has experienced consistent growth throughout its 24-year history that has been driven by a philosophy of providing high-level, rapid turnaround, cost-effective environmental services for clients while providing a comfortable and rewarding experience for the firm’s environmental professionals. Additional information can be found on the company’s website at www.eecenvironmental.com.

Our principals and senior management team bring more than a century of experience to each project, making EEC a leading national full-service firm, offering one-stop, turn-key solutions for projects of all sizes.

This is a great opportunity for motivated individual who feels trapped in the a big consulting environment where they do not have the ability to provide their clients with the response and service they deserve. 

EEC Environmental is an E-Verify Employer. 

Submit Resumes to:

EEC Environmental
1 City Boulevard West Suite 1800 Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Human Resources
Fax: (714) 667-2310
Email: Jobs@eecenvironmental.com

EEC Environmental Awarded General Environmental and Engineering Service Contract with Huntington Beach

EEC Environmental is excited to announced we will be continuing our strong professional relationship with the City of Huntington Beach, California. EEC recently awarded an on-call general environmental and engineering service contract with the City. While EEC has been supporting multiple projects for the City in recent years, including the development of the City’s first Navigation Center for the City’s homeless, this new contract will expand EEC roles. We are thrilled for this opportunity and are looking forward to our continued partnership. 

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Sr. Environmental Compliance Coordinator

Position: Sr. Environmental Compliance Coordinator
Division: Environmental Services
Location: EEC Environmental Mid-Atlantic Office (Richmond, VA)

EEC is looking for a professional knowledgeable in understanding of the Clean Air Act, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Superfund and Amendments and Reauthorization Act (Sara Tier II), Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC regulations) as they relate to Dominion natural gas operations, with a minimum 7 years’ experience in the environmental field.

The responsibilities are as follows:
  • Responsible for multi-media environmental compliance support; including air, chemical, oil, water and waste programs.
  • Prepare/submit environmental reports for assigned facilities.
  • Walk down of facilities and conduct environmental self-assessments to ensure environmental compliance and provide recommendations for process improvements.
  • Resolve compliance issues in coordination with engineering, operations, and environmental services staff.
  • Communicate with staff to ensure consistent interpretations/implementations of environmental regulations, etc.
  • Support engineering and operations staff on environmental regulatory compliance programs, including environmental compliance plan development.
  • Coordinate hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal for assigned facilities.
  • Serve as the primary site coordinator and as a liaison with external regulatory agencies regarding environmental issues.
  • Serve as the company contact with the local public and community to resolve environmental complaints and problems.
  • Provide environmental training to site personnel to comply with environmental permits and regulations.
  • Be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency responses to address spills and releases at Dominion sites and facilities.
  • Other duties as assigned.
The position requirements are as follows:
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience in the environmental field required.  Construction experience preferable.
  • Extremely knowledgeable in understanding of the Clean Air Act, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Superfund and Amendments and Reauthorization Act (Sara Tier II), Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC regulations) as they relate to Dominion natural gas operations.
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Proven ability to independently develop, implement; and administer complex environmental compliance plans.
  • Excellent communication skills to translate environmental regulations and permit and plan requirements into understandable compliance guidance.
  • Excellent public speaking skills.
  • Apply writing skills to prepare and/or review compliance and regulatory documents.  Excellent writing skills required.
  • Ability to work in a functionally diverse Team environment.
  • Strong team building skills and facilitation skills.
  • Licensed to operate a motor vehicle or capable of obtaining a license. Must maintain a valid driver’s license.

Submit Resumes to:

EEC Environmental
1 City Boulevard West Suite 1800 Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Human Resources
Fax: (714) 667-2310
Email: Jobs@eecenvironmental.com

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Frequently Found Safety Violations (Infographic)

When it comes to compliance, you can learn a lot by reviewing the safety requirements that OSHA most frequently finds to be in violation. This enables you to review your own operations for similar compliance issues and implement corrective action before OSHA comes calling. View the Infographic below to learn more about OSHA’s top 10 most frequently found safety violations.

 Infographic created by EEC Environmental; Information was taken from OSHA.

1 – Fall Protection in Construction Work: Consider your work area. Are there locations from which someone could fall? What sort of protection is in place to prevent a fall? And is there equipment to stop a fall?

2 – Hazard Communication: You must ensure that the hazards of all chemicals are labeled correctly. The requirements must be consistent with the provisions of the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling Chemicals (GHS).

3 – Scaffolding in Construction Work: Inspect and check daily. Take no chances. Scaffolding must be inspected by the scaffolding contractor after erection, and before use. Don’t remove or allow removal of any parts. Leave this to the scaffolding contractor only.

4 – Respiratory Protection: If you use a respirator, you must be cleanly shaven. Facial hair limits the effectiveness of the face-to-facepiece seal. Fit testing is also required prior to respirator use.

5 – Lockout/Tagout: Lockout/tagout is more than just putting a lock on the main electrical disconnect to a machine or part of a machine. You should always follow the lockout/tagout plan and verify that each potential hazard has been “de-energized” before starting a job.

6 – Powered Industrial Trucks: Ensure that a daily lift truck inspection is completed for each lift truck, prior to use. Do not use a lift truck if the checklist shows that maintenance is required.

7 – Ladders in Construction Work: All ladders shall be maintained in a safe condition and inspected regularly, with the intervals between inspections being determined by use and exposure. Those which have developed defects shall be withdrawn from service for repair or destruction and tagged or marked as “Dangerous, Do Not Use.”

8 – Electrical Wiring, Components, Equipment: Is there any exposed wiring in your work area? Are there any open receptacles? Is all the equipment properly grounded?

9 – General Machine Guarding: It is important that everyone working with or around machinery understands that no guard shall be adjusted or removed. No machine should be started without guards in place. If you see that guards are missing or defective, report it to your supervisor immediately.

10 – Electrical General Requirements: It is a violation when employers use equipment in the workplace that has only been labeled and listed for home use. Never use an extension cord as a permanent connection. An extension cord must be put away at the end of each task.