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Hydrogeologist NJ #5011

Company:
Absolute Opportunities
Location:
Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
October 12, 2018

Description:

Hydrogeologist – NJ #5011

Relocation No

Location Parsippany NJ

Company is seeking a staff level Hydrogeologist for their New Jersey office.

The successful candidate will have:

Minimum of a bachelor's degree in hydrogeology or related fields, with emphasis on geology, hydrology, environmental engineering or related discipline with a strong emphasis in groundwater.

Minimum of 2 to 5 years work experience in one or more of the disciplines listed above. A master's degree may be substituted for work experience.

Mining-related experience will be major advantage.

Desire to become an expert in supervising field investigations and in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of field test data for the purposes of groundwater characterization, impacts analysis, and mine water management. He/she will possess the aptitude to handle a range of tasks including drill supervision and well installation, preparation of lithological logs, aquifer testing, environmental sampling, data analysis and interpretation, and the development of conceptual and numerical groundwater models.

Comfortable with the management of hydrogeological and environmental data.

Proficiency in Excel is a must, and experience with database software would be a plus.

Some exposure to and willingness to work with groundwater numerical flow and transport models.

Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:

1. Bachelor's degree in hydrogeology or related fields.

2. 2 to 10 years work experience (staff level in career) in geology, hydrology, environmental engineering or related discipline with a strong emphasis in groundwater.

3. Aptitude to handle a range of tasks including drill supervision and well installation, preparation of lithological logs, aquifer testing, environmental sampling, data analysis and interpretation, and the development of conceptual and numerical groundwater models.

4. Exposure to groundwater numerical flow and transport models.