CURRENT OPENINGS

REI Engineering, Inc. is recruiting a Hydrogeologist and Environmental Scientist to join our extraordinary team of professionals in Wausau, Wisconsin. Be a part of a small company where you can make a big difference. Transform complex and creative ideas into reality, every day. Our team of over 40 dedicated individuals work together to provide dynamic solutions in civil engineering, land planning, surveying, and environmental and regulatory compliance consulting to our business partners throughout the United States.

Join us in solving complex issues for our clients while building your career. Our goal is to be our client's first choice....always!

In return for your commitment, REI offers comprehensive benefits, including health/life/dental/LTD/vision insurance - including a health plan with zero premium pay for employee, company matching 401K, paid time off, competitive wage, discretionary bonus program, and a rewarding work environment.  Let us support you to reach your greatest career goals through continued professional development, a positive work life balance, and impactful projects.  Learn more about us at REIengineering.com.  Apply today by emailing your cover letter and resume to Knelson@REIengineering.com.

The successful candidate will have a positive attitude and aptitude, be willing to learn, be personally motivated, take pride in being part of a successful team, and have a desire to grow personally and professionally with each project assigned. Join in helping our clients manage environmental challenges with practical solutions. Specific responsibilities and duties include:

Hydrogeologist

Environmental Investigations and Environmental Due Diligence

  • Perform project specific field work, which includes: scheduling, coordinating subcontractors, collecting soil, groundwater, surface water and vapor samples for environmental investigations via various techniques. Data entry of collected field information into tables, maps and reports for site characterization
  • Prepare soil and water samples for laboratory analysis of requested parameters
  • Evaluate, analyze and interpret technical data relative to project-specific goals, create and interpret accurate data display graphs and figures, and identify data gaps and data needs
  • Write reports and letters, develop plans, and implement steps to move projects forward in the most cost effective manner
  • Complete field projects and oversee subcontractors for various activities related to hydrogeological investigations
  • Communicate with third party and regulatory agents regarding schedules and compliance issues
  • Utilize databases to query site information and data, as well as, to create historical tables and sampling reports

Additional Environmental Projects that this person may be involved with:

  • Environmental Audits
  • Air Permit Compliance
  • Hazardous Waste Compliance
  • Storm Water Compliance
  • Wastewater Discharge Compliance
  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC)
  • EPCRA Compliance (Tier II, Form R, etc.)

Emergency Spill Response

  • Work as part of the REI emergency spill response team. Respond to spills and conduct remediation follow up and reporting

 Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:

  • Will meet the educational requirements of a Hydrogeologist as defined in Wisconsin Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter NR712.03 with degree in Geology, hydrogeology or groundwater geology
  • Ability to effectively communicate with peers, clients and regulators
  • Effective written communication and computer skills
  • Self-motivated individual with a positive attitude and aptitude to learn and excel in their career
 

Environmental Scientist 

Environmental Investigations and Environmental Due Diligence

  • Perform project specific field work, which includes: scheduling, coordinating subcontractors, collecting soil, groundwater, surface water and vapor samples for environmental investigations via hydraulic push soil borings, hollow stem auger borings and hand auger borings. Data entry of collected field information into tables, maps and reports for site characterization
  • Prepare soil and water samples for laboratory analysis of requested parameters
  • Evaluate, analyze and interpret technical data relative to project-specific goals, create and interpret accurate data display graphs and figures, and identify data gaps and data needs
  • Write reports and letters, develop plans, and implement steps to move projects forward in the most cost effective manner
  • Work effectively with staff to ensure that all resources are in place for proper fieldwork execution
  • Complete field projects and oversee subcontractors for various activities related to hydrogeological investigations
  • Communicate with third party and regulatory agents regarding schedules and compliance issues
  • Utilize databases to query site information and data, as well as, to create historical tables and sampling reports
  • Maintain company equipment used as part of daily work

Environmental Reporting (Assist our team in following areas)

  • Environmental Audits
  • Air Permit Compliance
  • Hazardous Waste Compliance
  • Storm Water Compliance
  • Wastewater Discharge Compliance
  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC)
  • EPCRA Compliance (Tier II, Form R, etc.)

 Emergency Spill Response

  • Work as part of the REI emergency spill response team. Respond to spills and conduct remediation follow up and reporting

 Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:

  • Soil Science, Geology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, or Engineering Degree that will meet the requirements of an Environmental Scientist as defined in Wisconsin Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter NR712
  • Ability to effectively communicate with peers, clients and regulators
  • Effective written communication and computer skills
  • Self-motivated individual with a positive attitude and aptitude to learn and excel in their career

Other Great Careers

Thank you for your interest in joining REI Engineering, Inc.  Although we currently do not have an open position in our Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, Safety, or Administrative departments at this time, you may submit a cover letter and resume to us for review.  We will keep your resume on file.  If an opportunity becomes available, we may contact you in the future.