Current Openings


CES, Inc. is an established multi-disciplinary consulting firm providing Engineering, Environmental Sciences, and Land Surveying.  We have offices in Brewer, Machias, Bar Harbor, Presque Isle, and Lewiston and offer excellent opportunities to motivated individuals.  

The following position is available in our
Lewiston office:

Senior Project Hydrogeologist

Full-time position.  The function of the Senior Project Geologist is to plan, organize, and execute the technical aspects of projects within established schedule, budget, and Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) policy constraints; assist in the professional development of junior staff; and actively participate in Business Development activities.  Typical projects will include, but are not limited to work associated with: landfills; industrial sites; public water supplies; and Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MDEP) projects.

Duties include but are not limited to:  planning and coordinating the collection and interpretation of hydrogeologic and groundwater quality data; conducting statistical analysis of, and evaluating data for compliance with regulatory standards, company and regulatory agency Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) policies, performance standards, and project specifications; designing and overseeing data collection methodologies; planning and implementing petroleum and hazardous waste site characterization investigations; overseeing field work performed by staff and contractors; collecting data from soil and groundwater remediation systems; managing environmental site investigations and feasibility studies; implementing and overseeing quality control practices and procedures; interacting, as needed, with regulatory agencies, legal counsel, other consultants and client staff to present technical data and represent the client.

Work is performed in both field and office settings.  Outdoor work is subject to temperature extremes and inclement weather conditions.  Work hours are flexible and are subject to change based on project schedules. The position requires sufficient physical abilities and mobility to work in an office setting and field environment.

BS in Geology (preference in Hydrogeology) or equivalent work experience and Certification as a Maine Certified Geologist.  An advanced degree in the area of work specialization is desirable.  Minimum of five years’ of technical experience, with strong expertise in the areas of Hydrogeology, groundwater Chemistry, statistical analysis and fate transport modeling is required.  OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER preferred.  Knowledge of RCRA, CERCLA and other State and Federal programs is preferred.  Proficient with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and other support software including the use of analytical models.  Experienced with field investigation methods including soil boring logging, rock core logging, direct-push sampling, groundwater/surface water/sediment/soil vapor sampling.  Experienced in monitoring well installation oversight, as well as monitoring well development, rehabilitation, and abandonment.  

CES offers competitive salaries and provides many attractive benefits to full-time employees, including:  health, dental, and life insurances; disability insurance; 401k plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, Health Reimbursement Accounts, Paid Time Off (PTO) and much more.  Must pass a physical examination.  A criminal background check and driving record check will be conducted. 

Please send resume to: 
 

 

Human Resources Director

CES, Inc.

PO Box 639

Brewer, ME  04412

or resumes can be e-mailed to:  employment@ces-maine.com

 

Equal Opportunity Employer


Civil Engineer

 

Full-time position.  The function of the Civil Engineer is to plan, organize, and control the activities of the project to best accomplish the successful completion of all projects to which assigned while operating within the guidelines established by the Project Manager, and within established schedules, budgets, and Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) policy constraints.  Typical projects will entail general Civil Engineering with an emphasis on wastewater and utilities design.

Duties include but are not limited to:  design and development of plans and specifications; representing clients at regulatory agency hearings and meetings; associated State, Federal, and local permitting; and supervising, coordinating, and reviewing work of engineers, technicians, and designers.

Work is performed in both field and office settings.  Outdoor work is subject to temperature extremes and inclement weather conditions.  Work hours are flexible and are subject to change based upon project schedules. The position requires sufficient physical abilities and mobility to work in an office setting and field environment.

BS in Civil Engineering, or equivalent work experience.  An advanced degree in the area of work specialization is desirable.  Minimum of five years of design experience.  A working knowledge of survey techniques, and computer programs is required.  Registration as a Professional Engineer is required. 

CES offers competitive salaries and provides many attractive benefits to full-time employees, including:  health, dental, and life insurances; disability insurance; 401k plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, Health Reimbursement Accounts, Paid Time Off (PTO) and much more.  Must pass a physical examination.  A criminal background check and driving record check will be conducted.   Please send resumes to:

 

Human Resources Director

CES, Inc.

PO Box 639

Brewer, ME  04412

or resumes can be e-mailed to:  employment@ces-maine.com

 

Equal Opportunity Employer



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