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Environmental Scientist

Location:
Spokane, Washington, United States
Posted:
June 18, 2018

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Logan Mitchell Lopez

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Spokane, WA 99224

936-***-****

ac5xdw@r.postjobfree.com

Work Experience

Clean Harbors Environmental Services Spokane, Washington

December 2017-Present

Clean Pack Chemist

Encountered and processed a variety of chemical situations in industrial, educational, research, and retail facilities

Cultivated and employed problem solving skills to determine the most effective shipping procedures based on regulatory requirements

Trained on environmental regulations pertaining to hazardous waste identification (such as 40 CFR Part 261)

Completed 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) training

Trained on the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA), which includes federal regulations on management and transportation methods for hazardous waste materials

Operated heavy machinery, including: Trucks, Forklifts, Loaders, etc.

Developed competency in proper safety procedures and PPE usage for a variety of household and agricultural chemicals via separate collection events

Improved training and skills on health and safety protocols

Class-B Driver’s License (JULY 2018)

Fulcrum Environmental Consulting Yakima, Washington

May 2016-December 2017

Environmental Technician

Worked in a fast-paced, customer focused environment in a professional setting

Team oriented service; worked together with coworkers to accomplish company goals and objectives to create healthy environments, free from health and safety hazards

Independently completed reports of daily work logs and technical reports including data analysis and interpretation

Responsible for some business development; contacted clients and wrote project proposals for future work

Developed proficiency in several computer programs, such as: Microsoft Word, Excel, and AutoCAD Drawing Systems

Completed detailed tasks under minimal supervision

Managed several projects, ranging in scope of work

Scopes of work included: Industrial Hygiene, Personal Exposure Monitoring, Indoor Air Quality, Mold & Moisture Remediation, and Asbestos Abatement Oversight

Gained understanding of several government agencies and governing bodies; including the regulations required on a project-to-project basis

Balanced regulatory requirements and practical application during recommendations with clients

Collected samples in multiple environments, including: schools, industrial, commercial, and residential locations in Eastern Washington

Collected samples in regulatory compliance with Washington State health and safety laws

Trained in asbestos laboratory protocol; collected and mounted PCM air samples for microscopic observation

Prepared and shipped a variety of sample types to various laboratories

Frequent travel to work site locations in both personal and company vehicles

Interacted with clients (typically in emergency response situations) in a calm, collected demeanor

Certified Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Response Act (AHERA) Building Inspector

Full-time position (ranging from 40-50 hours per week)

Subway, Inc. Airway Heights, Washington

December 2015-May 2016

Sandwich Artist

Team oriented service; usually worked in pairs or trios

Utilized memory and listening skills successfully

Customized client orders for optimal customer satisfaction

Business franchise experience

Cashier experience

Eastern Washington University Cheney, Washington

September 2015-December 2015

Athletics Department: Game Day Assistant (Temporary)

Worked in a fast-paced, customer focused environment

Catered high impact alumni and guest events

Cultivated team oriented service experience; usually worked in pairs or trios

Assisted athletics facility personnel in completing tasks in a quick and efficient manner

Outdoor environment with physical labor occasionally required

AgVentures NW, LLC Reardan, Washington

July 2015-August 2015

Warehouse Harvest Employee (Temporary Harvest Position)

Sampled loads of grain for protein and moisture using machines provided

Measured grain tank capacity and kept records detailing capacity

Received Supplier Products and sorted various grains into harvest containers

Maintained warehouse cleanliness

Worked approximately 14 hours per day during harvest season

Travel Centers of America Airway Heights, Washington

April 2014-January 2015

Porter/Cashier

Cleaned and restocked 11 shower facilities generating up to 60 uses per shift

Trained in safety techniques related to use of chemicals

Trained new hires

Gained extensive customer service experience

Worked successfully in groups and cross-trained in multiple service areas

Managed customer complaints

Performed maintenance duties as needed

Practiced effective time management skills

Education and Certifications

Class-B Driver’s License

Hazardous Waste Endorsement

Passenger Endorsement

July 2018

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Certification

40-Hour Certified Class on workplace safety

May 2018

Department of Transportation Regulatory Training

Training on hazardous waste regulatory requirements at local, state, and federal levels

January 2018-Present

Certified Building Inspector

Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Response Act (AHERA) certified building inspector

June 2016- June 2018

Eastern Washington University

B.S. Environmental Science with Biology Emphasis

September 2013-June 2016

Stephen F. Austin State University

Dual Credit College/High School

January 2012 – May 2013

Dogwood Forest Academy

K-10th Grade

Activities and Involvement

Spokane Christian Church– Spokane, Washington

Teen Ministry Leader – December 2017 - Present

Summary of Involvement: Leading a branch of ministry comprised of high school students. Discipline, vision, and conflict resolution skills have been developed while involved in this leadership position.

Boy Scouts of America, Troop 342 – Nacogdoches, Texas

Eagle Scout Award - December 2012

Project: Constructed an observation deck and learning center for SFA’s Pineywoods Native Plant Center – 220 volunteer hours

Hornaday Award for Environmental Conservation

Required a major leadership service project

Project: The eradication of invasive non-native plants at the SFA Pineywoods Native Plant Center - 75 volunteer hours and 4 merit badges

World Conservation Award

Leadership positions held: Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, Quartermaster, Librarian

40 Merit Badges Earned

Travis Clardy, State Representative Campaign

Summer 2012

Campaign Volunteer

Cold called voters to encourage them to vote for the candidate

Logan Mitchell Lopez

1727 North Old Trails Road

Spokane, WA 99224

936-***-****

ac5xdw@r.postjobfree.com

References

*John McCulogh – Lead Chemist – Hazardous Waste Chemist - Clean Harbors Environmental Services

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*Christopher Boorman – Supervisor/Branch manager – Hazardous Waste Chemist - Clean Harbors Environmental Services

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*Levi Wyatt – Senior Environmental Technician - Industrial Hygienist/Environmental Scientist Fulcrum Environmental Consulting

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*Ryan Mathews, CIH – Direct Supervisor - Certified Industrial Hygienist - Fulcrum Environmental Consulting

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*Chris Schwartzenberger - Ministry Leader – Spokane Christian Church

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* Please notify applicant before contacting references



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