Personnel Title Descriptions and Duties Summary

Engineer I, II, and III

Performs assessment of remedial activities, compiles and analyzes environmental data, designs remediation systems, prepares corrective action plans and completion reports, and is responsible for on-site supervision of the installation of remediation systems. May oversee drilling and monitoring well installation.

Professional Engineer and Senior Professional Engineer

Must be a professional engineer licensed in the State of Illinois. Is generally limited to performing final report review, senior design, and complex data analysis. May supervise or direct the work activities of lower level professionals and technicians. Will perform very limited fieldwork and have limited involvement in projects. Duties include reviewing reports, developing strategies, and attending client meetings. Is responsible for approving designs, reports, plans, and specifications before submittal to clients and regulatory agency.

Geologist I, II, and III

Performs routine tasks related to remediation system design and aquifer testing. Conducts assessment and remedial activities including drilling and monitoring well installation, sampling, and compiling data. May oversee drilling and monitoring well installation.

Professional Geologist and Senior Professional Geologist

Is generally limited to performing final report review, senior design, and complex data analysis. May supervise or direct the work activities of lower level professionals and technicians. Will perform very limited fieldwork and have limited involvement in projects. Duties include reviewing reports, developing strategies, and attending client meetings. Is responsible for approving designs, reports, plans, and specifications before submittal to clients and regulatory agency.

Scientist I, II, III, IV, and Senior Scientist

Performs assignments related to site assessment, gathering general site data, well searches and plotting, and analytical data reduction.

Project Manager and Senior Project Manager

Supervises and assigns tasks to staff member working on contracted projects. Is generally responsible for all major decisions involving the project. Is responsible for gathering field data and competent at data analysis. Serves as on-site technical expert and may do hydrological site characterization and writes corrective action plans and completion reports.

Technician I, II, III, IV, and Senior Technician

Provides a variety of field and office work including mapping, sampling, surveying, and equipment maintenance. A college degree is not generally required. Performs routine labor tasks related to on-site installation, maintenance, and repair of machinery and equipment and sampling activities.

Account Technician I, II, III, IV, and Senior Account Technician

Prepares reimbursement packages and budgets.

Administrative Assistant I, II, III, IV, and Senior Administrative Assistant

Operates computer for word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical typing, prepares correspondence, generate reports, and performs general office work, typing, copying, and filing.

Draftsperson/CAD I, II, III, IV, and Senior Draftsperson/CAD

Is responsible for developing scaled maps, engineering drawings, and contour maps of professional quality using CAD computer programming.