Position: Environmental Field Technician/Environmental Intern
The Environmental Field Technician/Environmental Intern position requires a reliable person who can work independently, follow instructions and protocols and document their work for inclusion into investigation and remediation programs.
This position inherently requires a predominance of field work with out-of-town travel and overnight stays.
Our hope is to find someone possessing intellect, rapid learning skills, good work ethic and a desire to work within a group which supports one another. This position requires training (i.e. 40-hour HAZWOPER) which will be provided by BLDI for those not already having such training.
Primary Position Goal:
In this position, we are looking for someone that can work within a small field team to collect samples and document field tasks in a professional manner to support the environmental services provided by BLDI.
If you are looking for a short-term gig, please do not waste our time.
Environmental Field Technician/Environmental Intern
The position is only appropriate for a person that desires an opportunity to grow in a company under a structured training program. For those lacking post-High School education the Environmental Field Technician position can be a longer term gig. For those with a recent college degree seeking experience and training the Environmental Intern position would be applicable; which, after several months of field work, may transition to include other tasks, such as report writing.
- An ability to work in a true team atmosphere to complement the skills of others
- Ability to collect and assess various data to reach a conclusion within the dictates of state, federal and industry guidelines
- A “clean” driving record (e.g. no DWI or DUI)
- A Strong component focused on environmental field sampling and documentation:
- Tasks include: preparation and cleaning of equipment, operation of field sampling pumps and monitoring instruments, collection of soil, groundwater and vapor samples, surveying, logging of soil borings, and groundwater monitoring well installations, collection of field results and monitoring, documentation of field event
- Follow company safety standards, participate in safety training, and prepare and implement site safety plans
- Much of the work is outside the Grand Rapids and requires multiple days per month with overnight stays in hotels in southeast Michigan. Related expenses, including hotel and meals, are covered by BLDI.
- High school or more (Environmental Field Technician)
- Four-year college degree or more (Environmental Intern)
- 40-hour HAZWOPER OSHA training desired; will train proper candidate
- Must be a self-starter with ability to follow direction
- Attention to detail and strong time management capabilities required
- Must be able to pass a physical background check
- Driver’s license free of restrictions
Please submit a letter of introduction and curriculum vitae to BLDI, Inc. via firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to drop them off in person at 150 Fountain Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. EOE.