Environmental Coordinator – Oil & Gas
Requisition ID: 147569
Job Level: Mid Level
Home District/Group: Kiewit OGC Engineering
Employment Type: Full Time
Position OverviewYour opportunity to join a rapidly growing environmental consulting team embedded in Kiewit’s Engineering Group. As an Environmental Coordinator you will support environmental permitting and noise consulting work across our OGC and Industrial Markets. Your role will be instrumental in establishing a growing services group. In addition to supporting technical work scopes on projects you will support the development of internal procedures driving Kiewit’s efforts to be a full-service solution for our clients. Your work will be highly varied including support for construction projects, EPC, engineering reviews as well as permitting and noise work scopes.
The successful candidate will support projects across multiple regions of the US and Canada as well as work across industries including renewables, chemicals, and LNG; and will need to demonstrate experience across a wide variety of environmental scopes and a proficiency for learning quickly, adapting to changing priorities and managing multiple work scopes concurrently.
District OverviewKiewit Engineering Group, Inc. is a full-service engineering firm serving oil, gas and chemical markets. Our combined staff of engineers and design professionals have expertise that spans all major engineering disciplines to serve the LNG, midstream, refining, and petrochemical markets. Backed by 130 years of construction experience, our construction-driven engineering focuses on constructability and safety in the earliest phases of projects to ensure on-time and on-budget project delivery.
Our rapidly growing oil, gas and chemical team, which includes structural, civil, piping, mechanical, process, process safety, electrical, instrument and control disciplines, is a multi-faceted and leading-edge division of Kiewit with best-in-class technical expertise focused on the EPCC delivery model for dynamic process facilities.
LocationThis position is based out of our Energy Corridor Office in Houston, TX and typically requires less than 25 percent travel.
Support environmental work scopes within the greater engineering and construction focused project team
Engage with environmental leads to support environmental work scopes including: Developing permitting matrices (for both owner scope permits as well as construction/EPC activities); Reviewing permits and authorizations to extract engineering design requirements for facilities; Support FERC Resource Report development; Writing SWPPP and SPCC plans; Drafting client deliverables and reports to summarize project findings; Manage and Coordinate with 3rd party support (including procurement activities)
Draft environmental permitting applications
Support and participate in field activities associated with Phase 1 ESA and noise monitoring work scopes
Additional responsibilities may include coordinating, conducting, and/or leading field work.
25% travel anticipated to support field operations
Preferred: 3-5 years of experience with any of the following: Noise monitoring/modeling, NEPA, CEQA, CWA, CAA, RCRA, ESA, CZMA, NHPA, FERC
Preferred: Regional experience in California and Louisiana
Interest in supporting multi-faceted environmental work scopes including ecological/air permitting and/or noise monitoring and modeling
Ability to perform occasional field work is required.
A Bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering, environmental studies, or another related field is desirable; equivalent experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
We offer our fulltime staff employees a comprehensive benefits package that’s among the best in our industry, including top-tier medical, dental and vision plans covering eligible employees and dependents, voluntary wellness and employee assistance programs, life insurance, disability, retirement plans with matching, and generous paid time off.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.