Geology Employment Opportunities
My name is Ty Schreiner and I am responsible for recruiting
for Federal Way, Washington office of Kennedy/Jenks Consultants (http://www.kennedyjenks.com). Our
company performs a wide range of engineering and scientific services for
municipal and industrial clients throughout western US.
We are currently recruiting for entry-level civil engineers
and geologist/hydrogeologist for our Federal Way, Washington office. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is a medium-sized,
privately held environmental consulting firm which has been in business since
1919 (87 years). As a graduate of NAU's geology/hydrogeology program, I am
interested in speaking with any civil/geology graduates that may be interested
in relocating to the Pacific Northwest. [the website has a link to
"Careers"]; or contact Ty
Speedie and Associates is a Phoenix-based geotechnical firm
with offices in the Valley, Tucson, Flag, and Show Low. They are hiring at the entry level
immediately; please contact Shaun Kulish (NAU 2003 grad) or visit their web
Rice Lake Gold Corporation, Canada:
Rice Lake Mine is a vein-hosted Archean lode-gold
deposit. Mineralization occurs in two
different types of veins: stockwork breccias, or "38's," and shear
veins, or "16's." All of the
mineralized veins occur within a gabbro.
Previously published work suggests the two main vein types are
temporally distinct, by my own observations and those of Manitoba Survey geos
suggest that the veins occur as a linked kinematic system. Both vein types are characterized by extensive
networks of "ladder" veins or tension gashes on the vein margins, and
both can be associated with extensive silicification of the host gabbro. Gold occurs both within fine grained pyrite
and as free gold in bull quartz. 38
veins are usually nearly vertical, with moderate grades (0.2 opt gold) and thus
are amenable to bulk mining methods like longhole drilling. 16s are narrow, usually less than 3 feet,
moderately to shallowly dipping, and very high grade (in 2998, the vein
commonly runs over 2 opt, and up to 8 opt).
These are mined by very old-fashioned shrink stopes (3098W-1 Stope). For
more information about this job opportunity click here.
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Salt River Project
The Salt River project has opportunities
for summer interns; Environmental Analyst.
McLane Environmental, LLC is currently seeking candidates
for an entry-level Environmental Analyst position for our Princeton, New Jersey
office to work as part of a collegial and highly talented team on diverse
environmental and ground water related projects.
The position requires a BS degree in geology, environmental
science or engineering or related discipline, and 0 to 5 years of experience in
environmental consulting, or M.S. degree with thesis, a working knowledge of
geology and hydrogeology, and strong quantitative and spatial skills. Applicant
should possess experience with Microsoft Excel and Access (or similar)
software, experience with creating data plots, maps, graphics, and geologic
diagrams using standard software (e.g. Surfer, Illustrator, CAD, etc.);
Excellent writing and oral communication skills are a must. Some experience in
GIS, and programming desirable; experience with statistics, or environmental
chemistry, or ground water modeling is a plus.
We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package. The Princeton
area is great for work, family, and recreation, and is close to Philadelphia,
New York City, and many outdoor recreation areas. To be considered, please
submit resume and letter of interest to info@McLaneEnv.com.
Applications received without a letter of interest (cover
letter) will not be considered. For more information on our company and the
Princeton area, visit our website at
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McLane Environmental is seeking an environmental Project
Manager to join our technical team in Princeton, New Jersey. The applicant must
have earned a B.S. or M.S. degree in Geology, environmental science or
engineering or related discipline; must possess excellent communication skills;
and have 5 to 10 years of consulting experience, a significant portion of which
was spent managing ground water related projects such as water supply (e.g.,
well field siting studies, aquifer test design), wastewater disposal,
hydrogeologic site investigation and remediation, and coastal zone ground water
Duties include report preparation, interacting with clients
and regulators; estimating and managing budgets; and leading and mentoring project
staff. Position requires experience with
federal and state environmental regulations; and experience with petroleum
hydrocarbon sites is desirable. Experience with ground water modeling projects,
use of geologic software (e.g. Surfer, GIS) and data visualization software and
strong quantitative hydrogeology skills, and experience in strategic advisory
and/or litigation support projects are all considered strong pluses.
We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package.
The Princeton area is great for work, family, and
recreation, and is close to Philadelphia, New York City, and many outdoor
recreation areas. To be considered, please submit resume and letter of interest
to info@McLaneEnv.com. Applications
received without a letter of interest (cover letter) will not be considered.
For more information on our company and the Princeton area, visit our website
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