Environmental Engineer

Company Name:
Fuss & O'Neill
At Fuss & O'Neill, our mission is to provide our clients with innovative and practical engineering, scientific, and planning solutions to meet their needs. We act together as one company, collaborating to achieve our priorities; we believe diverse viewpoint make for a stronger team; and we support our employees' professional growth through training and opportunities for increased responsibility.

We are seeking an Entry Level Environmental Engineer to join our Facilities Compliance Department and work as a member of a team on projects including air and wastewater permitting; stormwater sampling; preparing environmental reports; and more.

Under the general direction of a Project Manager, this professional will support all aspects of environmental compliance projects including conducting field work; assisting in report writing activities; and CAD work. This professional may also have the opportunity to work with other departments.

Position Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering
Typically requires 0-3 years of relevant experience
Engineering Internship experience a plus!
EIT registration preferred
Experience in AutoCAD; and Microsoft Word and Excel
40 Hour OSHA Training prefered

This position will reside in our Trumbull, CT office, although local travel to project sites and other offices may be required. Visa sponsorship is NOT available for this position.

Visit our website at http://www.fando.com/Careers/Current_Openings/ to upload your resume and apply for the position.

Mail your resume:
Fuss and O'Neill, Inc
Attn: Human Resources
146 Hartford Rd
Manchester, CT 06040

Fuss & O'Neill, Inc. is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
All offers are contingent upon a successful criminal background check. Fuss & O'Neill participates in the Federal e-Verify program.

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