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Environmental Science

Hodges Harbin Newberry & Tribble
Job Field:
Water and Soil Resources
Job Type:
Full Time
Location Detail:
Macon or Atlanta
Job Description:

1. Assist Environmental Scientist II or higher with environmental compliance.

2. Locating, researching and disseminating current information for environmental regulations for states and municipalities in the southeast.

3. Permit application support and writing for various types of environmental sites in the southeast.

4. Responsible for regulatory coordination and meetings on projects in process.

5. Assist with document review of various groundwater, surface water, methane, leachate, air, NPDES monitoring/compliance data and statistical analysis reports if needed.

6. Permit application review and quality control for internal HHNT work within your discipline and regulatory review file review.

7. Some travel in the Southeastern US and work out of other HHNT offices should be expected.

8. Support and perform field work and support wetlands studies, delineation, threatened and endangered species studies, etc.

9. Responsible for report writing including jurisdictional determination request (JDR), threatened and endangered species assessments, etc.

10. Assist and write Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SP3) and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC) for various sites in the Southeast.

11. Minimum requirement of 2,080 hours (direct/billable and indirect) worked for the company per year. We anticipate approximately 90% of time will be direct/billable and 10% of the time would be business development/general.

12. Preparation of GIS figures as needed.

13. Pursue and obtain your Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP) and/or other Environmental Certifications.

14. Other duties, as assigned.


HHNT pays 100% of the cost of health insurance premiums for the employee and 50% of the cost of premiums for spouse/family

HHNT pays 100% of long-term disability (LTD) insurance and 100% of $50,000 term life-insurance premiums premiums

Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance offered at group rates (optional and employee paid)

Supplemental Disability Insurance offered at group rates (optional and employee paid)

401K Retirement Plan with employee match up to 4% of annual compensation (eligibility after one year, immediately vested)

Profit Sharing Plan (eligibility after 2 years, immediately vested) – Typical contributions average ±10% of annual compensation.

HHNT provides quarterly bonuses depending on profitability of the company (company has paid bonuses every quarter since 1990)

Senior Professional Certification Program (In-house program designed to enhance and further career development).

Tuition Assistance Program (eligibility depending on program’s relevance and tuition cost)

Company-issued/paid smartphone or iPhone (if position requires device)

Training and Development Programs individually crafted to grow our employees into tomorrow’s leaders

Eight (8) paid holidays, One (1) week paid time off (PTO), and Two (2) weeks paid vacation

How to Apply:

Please send resumes to:

Amy Rowley

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