Entry-Staff Hydrogeologist

Entry‐Staff Hydrogeologist
Hargis + Associates, Inc. (H+A) is an environmental consulting and engineering firm founded in 1979 with a commitment to providing high‐quality, cost‐effective services for our clients. We are headquartered in San Diego and have offices in Sacramento, CA, and Phoenix and Tucson, AZ. Our practice focuses on large facility investigation and remediation projects for Fortune 500 clients where we provide responsive, practical and innovative solutions for the treatment of soil, vapor and groundwater contamination. H+A also provides hydrogeologic and engineering services for groundwater resources assessment, stormwater management, and environmental regulatory and litigation support. H+A employs a staff of approximately 60 hydrogeologists, geologists, engineers, industrial hygienist, and project support personnel.

We are currently seeking an entry‐staff level hydrogeologist to join our San Diego office supporting environmental investigation and remediation projects located throughout Southern California. These projects are primarily focused on the characterization and remediation of soil, vapors, and groundwater impacts at large industrial sites. In addition to implementing fieldwork for site investigations, the position will also involve data entry, interpretation, and technical report writing for various soil and groundwater monitoring programs.

Those who seek to apply may submit a cover letter and resume via email to hargisinfo@hargis.com

Geologist for Department of the Navy

Job Title: Geologist
Opening Date/Time:  11/03/17
Closing Date/Time:  11/02/18
Salary: $32,844 - $133,967 per year
Location: Multiple Vacancies
Announcement number: DE-10076325-18-PAB

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Duties and responsibilities vary and increase according to grade level. Successful selectees will perform duties such as:

  • Applying a knowledge of the principles and theories of geology and related sciences in the collection, measurement, analysis, evaluation, and interpretation of geologic information concerning the structure, composition, and history of the earth. This includes the performance of basic research to establish fundamental principles and hypotheses to develop a fuller knowledge and understanding of geology, and the application of these principles and knowledge to a variety of scientific, engineering, and economic problems.

Port of San Diego Intern (Energy)

The Energy & Sustainability team implements the District's Climate Action Plan and sustainability programs.  The team's goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through innovative projects focused on decreasing energy and water consumption, managing waste, deploying renewable energy projects,  and utilizing alternative fuels and forms of transportation.

Intern tasks may include but are not limited to engaging with employees and the public regarding sustainability, conducting greenhouse gas inventories and analyzing data, developing waste management plans and targets, reviewing energy audits and assisting with energy efficiency projects, and researching clean transportation options. Former interns have led projects to encourage sustainable behavior changes with measurable emission reductions and cost savings.

With general supervision, provides part-time employment opportunities for college level interns to perform job assignments that are closely related to their area of study. Any full-time college or graduate level student may apply for consideration for vacancies.

Total scheduled work hours shall not exceed 25 hours per work week (Monday through Friday).  Intern positions do not include benefits and are not eligible to receive paid leave, paid holidays, retirement and/or any type of insurance.