Environmental And Industrial Hygiene Technician

Our Great Falls, Montana office has an immediate full-time opportunity for an Environmental and Industrial Hygiene Technician. The Great Falls office has a fun group of hardworking
engineers, surveyors, inspectors, and technicians who enjoy living in north central Montana and working for a wide variety of clients.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage excellence by providing interesting projects and promoting professional development. We value long-term employment
and demonstrate this commitment to value through competitive compensation prorated on employment status, awesome benefits, and flexible work schedules for all employees.

Qualifications and Job Duties:

  • Provide environmental and industrial hygiene field support to environmental engineers
    and industrial hygienists. Involvement with investigating, monitoring, and remediating
    environmental contamination and compliance monitoring of natural and work environments.
  • Sample ground water, surface water, soil, air, and building materials.
  •  Perform inspections and monitoring for asbestos, lead, mold, noise, and various
    compounds in work environments. Perform various field and laboratory analyses.
  • Collect soil and water samples and field data in various settings and all kinds of weather.
  • Assist with monitoring well construction and development.
  • Calibrate, maintain, and repair field instruments and properly use and maintain company
    truck and equipment.
  • Work involves entering crawl spaces, attics, confined spaces, and working in rough terrain
    in a consistently safe manner, carrying loads up to 50 lbs. and occasionally lifting loads up
    to 100 lbs.
  • Must pass medical evaluation for fitness in performing field tasks, have clean driving
    record, and be capable of obtaining necessary military and industrial clearances. Must
    be capable of astutely following work plans, keeping detailed and neat field notes, and
    performing basic calculations.
  •  No college degree or prior experience required, but HAZWOPER, asbestos, and other
    hazardous waste certifications and training must be obtained. Applicants who already have
    certifications are encouraged to apply. Additional skills such as CADD, GIS, construction
    management, surveying, and construction materials testing would open additional
    possibilities in position and location.