Available Position: Project Manager (New York)

Project Manager (New York – Central Long Island)

Position Overview
Roux has an immediate opening in Islandia, New York for an environmental professional with strong skills in real estate due diligence and site investigation. The ideal candidate will have BS or MS in an environmentally-related field with a minimum of 3-8 years’ experience completing Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and Phase II Subsurface Investigations. A successful candidate will be familiar with ASTM Standards for Phase I ESAs. Must be comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously with strict deliverable deadlines and minimal supervision.

Candidate Qualifications/Certifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in an Environmental discipline. Master’s preferred.
  • 3-8 years of relevant experience in the environmental industry. Specific experience with Phase I Site ESAs and Phase II ESAs required. A demonstrated progression in technical site investigation/remediation and task management preferred.
  • Able to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions utilizing various historical documentation and environmental databases.
  • Ability to lead contractors, coworkers, and other professionals in task management capacity to complete projects on time and on budget.
  • Strong written and verbal communications with technical writing experience.
  • Professional license or certification preferred (P.E., P.G., etc.).

Position Requirements

  • Perform site visits and prepare Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, and cost proposals related to both.
  • Primary author of Phase I and Phase II reports.
  • Field and office management of soil, soil vapor, and groundwater sampling.
  • Development and management of project scopes, schedules, and budgets.
  • Preparation and review of regulatory and technical reports.
  • Client service and regulatory agency communications.
  • Delegation of project work and training of junior staff.

Complimentary Roux Webinar: Saving Money Through Sustainable Remediation

Saving Money Through Sustainable Remediation

Monday, August 20th • 12pm (EST) • 12:00pm (EST) • Presented by Joshua Levine, P.E., Dana Hignell, and Michael Hillebrenner, P.E., CPESC

This webinar will introduce the concepts behind Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR) and highlight various best management practices that Roux has implemented on sites to save money through innovative approaches, while reducing the remedial action’s overall environmental footprint.

We will discuss case studies and identify applications that can serve as a springboard for future remedies to benefit your project without sacrificing environmental protection, improve your corporate social responsibility, and reduce project costs while shortening remedial timeframes.

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Available Position: Project Manager (Southern California)

Project Manager (Southern California)

Position Overview
Roux has an immediate opening in Long Beach, California for an environmental professional with strong skills in real estate due diligence and site investigation. The ideal candidate will have BS or MS in an environmentally-related field, with a minimum of 3-8 years’ experience completing Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and Phase II Subsurface Investigations. A successful candidate will be familiar with ASTM Standards for Phase I ESAs and California Guidance for soil gas, vapor intrusion mitigation, and indoor air sampling. Must be comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously with strict deliverable deadlines and minimal supervision.

Candidate Qualifications/Certifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in an Environmental discipline. Master’s preferred.
  • 3-8 years of relevant experience in the environmental industry. Specific experience with Phase I Site ESAs and Phase II ESAs required. A demonstrated progression in technical site investigation/remediation and task management preferred.
  • Able to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions utilizing various historical documentation and environmental databases.
  • Ability to lead contractors, co-workers, and other professionals in task management capacity to complete projects on time and on budget.
  • Strong written and verbal communications with technical writing experience.
  • Professional license or certification preferred (P.E., P.G., etc.).

Position Requirements

  • Perform site visits and prepare Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, and cost proposals related to both.
  • Primary author of Phase I and Phase II reports.
  • Perform soil gas sampling and indoor air sampling per California Guidance.
  • Field and office management of soil, soil vapor, and groundwater sampling.
  • Development and management of project scopes, schedules, and budgets.
  • Preparation and review of regulatory and technical reports.
  • Client service and regulatory agency communications.
  • Delegation of project work and training of junior staff.

Available Position: Paralegal

Paralegal (Arlington, Virginia)

Position Overview
This position will support our Economics Modeling Practice and requires a meticulous, organized, and energetic Paralegal with experience in litigation matters, legal invoices, and document review to provide support to our team in our Arlington, Virginia office.

Candidate Qualifications/Certifications

  • Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies is required. Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • Experience working on litigation matters.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Meticulous attention to detail required.
  • Strong research and writing skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Suite is required. Knowledge of Access preferred.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Experience using legal database and research software, including Westlaw.

Position Requirements

  • Organizing and maintaining a case information sharing process.
  • Researching emerging litigation trends for business development purposes.
  • Auditing legal invoices.
  • Assessing legal allegations based on a review of underlying documentation.
  • Performing case-specific research and preparing related reports.

Roux Health and Safety Newsletter: Issue 14, 2Q

As environmental consultants, it is our goal to provide the highest quality environmental services to our clients. In order to provide the best service, it is paramount to ensure the continuing health and safety of our employees and subcontractors. The health and safety success of our team assures the success of our projects. At Roux, we are dedicated to promoting a positive safety culture in the field, within our offices, and throughout our personal lives.

In our quarterly newsletter below, some of our Roux staff members highlight safety tips and protocols on the following subjects:

  • What You Can’t See Could Hurt You – Revisiting Subsurface Clearance
  • Hidden Biological Hazards
  • Working at Heights
  • Snake Safety
  • Heat Stress

CSR Spotlight: NAIOP NJ Community Action Volunteer Day

On July 20, 2018, Roux’s Bryanna Danyluk of our Somerset, New Jersey office volunteered at NAIOP New Jersey Community Action Day at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey in Hillside.

Over 120 additional NAIOP members and colleagues volunteered to sort incoming donations, repack food and household items, and distribute the goods to those in need across eighteen different New Jersey counties. Bryanna shared that 504 boxes were packed just during the morning shift! The day was split into morning and afternoon shifts.

The Community FoodBank of New Jersey fights hunger and poverty by assisting those in need and seeking long-term solutions. They engage, educate, and empower all sectors of society in the battle against hunger, reminding us that hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation. Click here to learn more and see how you can help support their cause.