Careers

Positions listed with descriptions below are open.
Please submit general inquiry form then send resume and cover letter to:

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Asbestos Investigator

Seeking NYC Asbestos Investigators/NYS DOL Inspectors with a minimum of 5 years of related experience. Thorough knowledge of NYC DEP, NYS DOL and EPA rules and regulations regarding asbestos investigations required. This position requires regular travel throughout the five boroughs of New York City as well as Long Island and the tri-state area. Flexibility is imperative as surveys may need to be performed outside of regular business hours, including nights and weekends.

Responsibilities include:

  • Conduct building investigations/inspections for asbestos and asbestos-related hazards.
  • Collect bulk samples of suspect materials, clearly identifying each sample and hand delivering the samples to an approved laboratory for analysis.
  • Review and interpret results, estimate quantities of all suspect materials and issue detailed reports to clients.
  • Review and mark up sample locations on drawings and indicate areas with ACM.
  • Conduct ACP5 investigations and issue the ACP5.
  • Responsible for maintaining detailed, accurate asbestos survey records.
  • Correspond with clients, expeditors, architects, etc.

Requirements:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • B.S. Environmental Science or other related scientific discipline. A high school graduate with a minimum of 10 years relevant experience may substitute for educational requirement.

Job Type: Full-time

EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor or Lead Inspector

Seeking an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor or Lead Inspector experienced in testing for the New York City Housing Authority and/or Housing and Urban Development.

This position requires regular travel throughout the five boroughs of New York City and the Tri-state area.  Flexibility is imperative as surveys may need to be performed outside of regular business hours, including nights and weekends.  Work can involve outdoor activities during any season.  Low to moderate physical effort is required and may involve carrying sampling equipment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Perform lead-based paint risk assessments to identify and evaluate properties for potential lead-based paint hazards
  • Conduct X-Ray Florescence (XRF) and dust wipe sampling surveys to test for and identify the presence of lead-based paint
  • Provide comprehensive reports detailing survey findings, observations and recommended course of action

Requirements:

  • USEPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor
  • USEPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Inspector
  • Certifications must be issued a minimum of one year prior to interview date
  • Must reside in New York City

Job Type: Full-time

Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)

Seeking a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) with a minimum of 5 years of experience.  Must be an active member of and in good standing with the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and possess current certification from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH).  The position requires comprehensive knowledge and experience in the identification, evaluation and control of a variety of exposures typical of an urban setting, including indoor air quality, airborne particulates and noise.  This position requires regular travel throughout the five boroughs of New York City and the Tri-state area.  Flexibility is imperative as surveys may need to be performed outside of regular business hours, including nights and weekends.  Work can involve outdoor activities during any season.  Low to moderate physical effort is required and may involve carrying sampling equipment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assist the organization and its clients with compliance relating to OSHA/ACGIH, EPA, city and state laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines. 
  • Keep current with scientific literature to assure that the organization utilizes best practices when performing surveys.
  • Continuously review and upgrade the quality and content of the organization’s survey reports.
  • Participate and interact with professional organizations in order to acquire knowledge of industry practices and survey methods that can be applied for the benefit of the organization and its clients.
  • Continuously acquire technical knowledge and practices that would benefit the organization and its clients by attending professional conferences, technical training sessions, educational forums and webinars.
  • Maintain environmental sampling equipment and arrange for annual factory calibration of the equipment.
  • Review and opine outside consultants’ reports.
  • Staff and schedule management. 
  • Perform industrial hygiene tasks including but not limited to:
    • Writing project proposals;
    • Conducting industrial hygiene surveys for clients by utilizing current investigative techniques and technologies;
    • Accurately measuring levels of contaminants and hazards using validated industrial hygiene/environmental sampling methodologies, techniques, and equipment;
    • Compiling and analyzing data, writing survey reports, and presenting findings to clients;
    • Considering all options of control to hazards and exposure, such as elimination, substitution,  ventilation, containment, and personal protective equipment and finding cost-effective solutions;
    • Interacting with allied professionals such as safety professionals, architects, engineers, and contractors to diagnose and control hazards identified in workplace and non-occupational settings;
    • Provide technical support and/or project management of on-going and new projects;
    • Training and education of organization’s staff;
    • Plan, schedule, conduct and coordinate detailed phases of technical work on projects;
    • Providing litigation support services.

Requirements:

  • Active member of and in good standing with the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA).
  • Current and valid certification from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Job Type: Full-time

Mold Assessor

Seeking a NYSDOL Certified Mold Assessor with a minimum of one year of experience.  Thorough knowledge of NYS Article 32 and NYC Local Laws 61-2018 and 55-2018 required.  This position requires regular travel throughout the five boroughs of New York City and the Tri-state area.  Flexibility is imperative as surveys may need to be performed outside of regular business hours, including nights and weekends.  Work can involve outdoor activities during any season.  Low to moderate physical effort is required and may involve carrying sampling equipment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Inspect and evaluate properties for mold and moisture-related issues
  • Conduct moisture mapping to determine the extent of water damage
  • Collect samples of affected areas for laboratory analysis
  • Provide written report detailing findings, conclusions and recommended course of action

Requirements:

  • Current and valid NYSDOL Mold Assessor License
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Minimum of one year of experience performing surveys in NYS and NYC
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Job type: Full-time

Project Monitor/Air Sampling Technician

Seeking Project Monitors/Air Sampling Technicians for our New York City office. This position involves work on various public and private asbestos abatement projects at numerous locations mainly in the five boroughs of New York City and Long Island. Applicant should possess a current valid Project Monitor/Air Sampling Technician Certification. Applicant should also possess a current valid driver’s license and his/her own pumps. Must be detailed oriented.

Responsibilities include:

  • Perform project oversight and coordination with contractors.
  • Collect air samples as required by various regulatory agencies.
  • Prepare project chain of custody.
  • Prepare project daily logs.
  • Interact with client and contractors.
  • Work with regulatory agencies.

Job Type: Part-time

Environmental Scientist

Skills Required:

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with and learn from a team of professional assessors focused on human exposures to occupational and environmental stressors. Assessments will vary from indoor air quality, chemical exposures, mold, second hand cigarette smoke, etc. Learned assessment skills will consist of the identification, evaluation and control of exposures. Career advancement includes promotions, individual licenses and certifications. To be considered, you must have excellent oral and written communication skills. You must be a self-motivated learner, capable of working in a fast-paced energetic work environment. You must be willing and capable of accepting instructions from your supervisor and executing the tasks that are required to meet established deadlines.

Key Areas of Responsibility Include:

  • Ability to perform field assessments.
  • Ability to learn and operate field instrumentation.
  • Ability to learn and properly collect field samples.
  • Record clear and concise field notes.
  • Learn to complete laboratory chains of custody.
  • Learn to interpret sampling results.
  • Prepare sections of reports and support documentation.
  • Learning applicable federal, state, and local requirements.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office.

Working Conditions and Physical Effort:

Work can involve outdoor activities during any season. Low to moderate physical effort is required and involves carrying sampling equipment and ladders that can weigh up to 40 pounds.

Required Education:

Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree in Biology/Chemistry/Biochemistry/Environmental Sciences
Knowledge of building construction, HVAC systems and different types of building materials are a plus.

Required Experience: None

Job Type: Full-time

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