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CTI and Associates, Inc. Project Scientist II Assistant Project Manager in Novi, Michigan

Project Scientist II (Assistant Project Manager)CTI and Associates, Inc.-Novi, MI (can also be located in Sheboygan, WI Akron, OH, Knoxville, TN)CTI and Associates, Inc. (CTI) is a provider of geotechnical and environmental consulting, engineering, remediation and construction services to federal, state, municipal and commercial clients across the United States. Our 40 years of proven performance is a testament to CTI's ability to understand the complex issues facing our clients - and to hire and retain some of the finest talent in the industry.Description: This position works directly with Senior Project Managers directing the project team to complete and oversee field sampling and reporting activities for environmental projects for a variety of federal and commercial clients.Some responsibilities include:Managing multiple site investigations and remediation field projects from work plan development through field effort and report preparation, budget / proposal preparation and overall task coordination with limited supervision.Prepare various CERCLA and RCRA documents including UFP-QAPPs, investigation reports, Proposed Plans, Decision Documents, and Feasibility Studies.Lead and participate as a member of a remedial investigation team under the direction of the Senior Project Manager to collect the required field data on physical and chemical characteristics, including sediment, soil, groundwater and soil vapor sample collection, field logistics, sample processing and shipment, maintain daily logbook, and QA/QC review of field documentation. Coordinate and manage subcontractors/field personnel during fieldwork, including a variety of drilling / subsurface investigation techniques, preparation and real-time review of boring logs, installation of monitoring wells in accordance with applicable guidelines, groundwater monitoring, vapor intrusion assessment, and remedial pilot tests. Working knowledge of field investigation techniques, laboratory analyses and waste characterization criteria, human health screening criteria, interpretation of geologic and chemical data for surface water, soil, soil gas and groundwater, and be able to prepare and complete reports summarizing field procedures and results.Oversee and work productively with subcontractors while assuring work scopes and safety requirements are met.Qualifications include:Requires a bachelor's degree in Geology, Hydrogeology or Environmental Sciences.Post graduate degree preferred, but not required.Experience with Federal Clients preferred.Professional Registration (i.e., Professional Geologist) preferred, but not required.5 to 10 years' experience in environmental consulting specializing in the planning and managing of a variety of field investigations, studies, and remedial actions that potentially involve multidisciplinary project teams. Strong project and task management, field investigation, analytical, and computer skills.Oversight of junior-level personnel.Ability to prepare and review technical reports, including investigation/remedial action work plans and summary reports, health and safety plans, and Decision Documents.Ability to review analytical data, summarize the data, and develop conclusions related to the results.Working knowledge of CERCLA and RCRA.Organization, written communication, and oral communication skills.Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office. Must be able to work constructively in diverse teams including engineers, technicians, and non-technical personnel.Strong technical writing skills.Must be able to work outdoors all year and travel up to 50% of the time, including out of state overnights.40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER and current 8-Hr refresher desired&