What to expect from DBS&A
Are you a highly motivated entry-level to mid-level geologist/hydrogeologist seeking challenging projects, career advancement, employee ownership, and a great place to work? DBS&A is seeking a qualified and motivated staff person to join our diverse technical team. DBS&A is a water resources, engineering, and environmental consulting firm providing comprehensive services in groundwater and surface water hydrology and soil science. Our staff values a work environment that is collegial, collaborative, respectful, and rewarding with challenging work and flexible work schedules. In this position, you will work hand-in-hand with a range of professionals with backgrounds in hydrology and geology, soil and environmental science, civil and environmental engineering, geographic information system (GIS) and computer aided design (CAD), and field and laboratory technology. As a subsidiary of Geo-Logic Associates (GLA), you will have access to 250 diverse professionals and 26 offices in the U.S. and Peru. There is room to grow personally, professionally, and geographically within our organization.
Why we really want you in this job
- You want to put your bachelor’s degree in hydrology, geology, or closely related field to work in the field of water resources development and environmental services.
- You are knowledgeable about environmental sampling and monitoring protocols, and are looking to expand on your two or more years of professional experience that includes data collection and documentation related to field activities such as drilling and well construction oversight, site investigation (soil and groundwater), sampling of surface water, groundwater, and stormwater.
- You are OSHA HAZWOPER certified, and have familiarity with automated water samplers and monitoring systems for applications in wells, streams, weirs, and stormwater systems.
- You have experience working with state and federal environmental laws and regulations, and with state agencies such as the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer and New Mexico Environment Department.
More about this opportunity on a day-to-day basis
You will work with a team of highly talented individuals on a variety of small to large water resource and environmental projects, including water supply and development projects. Typical tasks for an entry- to mid-level geologist/hydrogeologist may include:
- Conducting field investigations, such as overseeing drilling activities and the design and installation of monitor wells and production wells.
- Collecting soil samples, water level measurements, and groundwater, surface water, and stormwater samples.
- Analyzing data and preparing technical reports.
- Working on project teams with professionals who are motivated to provide high quality services to our clients.
This position may require extensive travel, including possible evenings, weekends, and holidays, and requires the ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. and work in adverse weather conditions. This position also requires that the potential employee pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical. You must possess and maintain a driving record acceptable to our insurer and must be eligible to work in the United States. Position level and compensation will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
DBS&A is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Sound like a good fit?
Follow the instructions below to apply online by uploading a resume, and cover letter, preferably. Applicants who are unable to apply online may submit their resume and cover letter by mail to: Human Resources, Geo-Logic Associates, 2777 East Guasti Road, Suite 1 Ontario, CA 91761. (Resumes submitted through postal mail must indicate Job 504 on the front of the mailing envelope).
All applicants are required to submit a resume; a cover letter is optional.