Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Lead

Job Description:

Lead a multidisciplinary team in the preparation of CERCLA remedial investigation/feasibility studies, proposed plans, records of decisions and related documentation.  This includes the technical evaluations, assessments and analysis required by EPA guidance.  The ideal candidate will have a BS in engineering or science and an advanced degree with proven leadership abilities and a minimum of 10 years of CERCLA experience including the preparation of remedial investigations and feasibility studies for Federal Agencies.

Roles and Responsibilities:

·        Technical direction/responsibility for preparation of a remedial investigations/feasibility studies, and proposed plans and records of decision and related CERCLA documentation

·        Direct and support a multidisciplinary team in data evaluation, risk assessments, alternative development/evaluation and preparation of CERCLA documents

·        Provide technical guidance and direction to the project team and DOE customer

·        Coordinate simultaneous technical evaluations and report preparation

·        Direct and support specialty subcontractors

·        Manage technical efforts within the project schedule and budget

·        Provide updates to the Project Manager andDOE customer

·        Support the Project Manager and DOE customer at meetings with the regulators

·        Coordinate the preparation of responses to regulators comments on the RI/FS and other CERCLA documents


·        Minimum of 10 years of CERCLA  experience including the preparation ofremedial investigations, feasibility studies, proposed plans,  records of decision and other CERCLA documents

·        Proven ability to lead a multidisciplinary team

·        Effective written and verbal communication skills

·        Knowledge of EPA CERCLA document guidance

·        Experience in working with Federal Agencies, DOE preferred

·        Experience in working with State and Federal regulators

·        Self-motivated, requires limited direction

Basic Education:

·        A four year degree from an accredited university in the field of engineering or science

RSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran.

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