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Clayton Group Services, Inc. (Clayton) provides sound solutions for a broad range of environmental concerns. We offer clients comprehensive integrated services, extensive technical expertise, and a long-standing reputation for excellence. As a stable presence in the environmental services industry for more than 45 years, Clayton has established the experience necessary to perform consistent, high-quality work. Clayton has offices located near major metropolitan cities nationwide.

Clayton is distinguished from other consulting firms not only by our size and long history of professionalism, but also in the breadth of services that we offer. Clayton is organized into three broad disciplines: Environmental Services, Occupational Health and Safety, and Laboratory Services. Clayton's three technical divisions reflect the diversity of services we offer our clients.

Clayton's technical divisions make us different from other consulting firms. We offer our clients the full range of occupational health and safety, environmental risk management, strategic environmental management, and laboratory services. Our technical experience gives us the ability to provide real-world solutions and common-sense recommendations.


Current Career Opportunties:

Unless otherwise stated, please send resume and salary requirements to Clayton Group Services, Inc., Attn: Mmraz 41650 Gardenbrook, Ste. 155, Novi, MI 48375. Fax (248) 344-0229. E-mail: mmraz@claytongrp.com. Please refer to the Environmental Career Center when making contact and indicate the job code of the appropriate position.

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Clayton is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer/M/F/H/V

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Environmental Professional - Los Angeles
Job # EP300.80ECC

The Los Angeles office is seeking an Environmental Professional to join its Southern California regional group. Responsibilities will include conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessment projects and subsurface investigations. Phase I Environmental Site Assessments involve conducting a site visit, interviewing site contacts, visiting local governmental agencies to obtain data, collecting samples (lead paint, asbestos), ordering and retrieving environmental databases from online sources, and preparing reports to specifications. Must be detail oriented and multi-tasked. Previous experience and strong computer, written, and verbal communication skills necessary. AHERA and HAZWOPER training desired. Qualified candidates must have a degree in a science-related field and a minimum of two years experience. Full and possible part-time positions are available.

Project Geologist/Engineer - Los Angeles
Job #PG300.80ECC

The Los Angeles office is seeking a motivated individual to join our Southern California regional group as a Project Geologist/Engineer. A Bachelor's degree in geology or engineering is required with a minimum of five years experience. Advanced degree may be considered in lieu of some experience. Candidates must have technical expertise and good organizational skills, ability to interact with existing and potential clients, and good communication and interpersonal skills. Registration or certification appropriate to discipline is desirable.

Environmental Engineer/Consultant - Boston, MA or Edison, NJ
Job #EEC301.41ECC - Boston
Job #EEC308.40ECC - New Jersey

The Environmental Services division in Boston and Edison have an opening for an environmental engineer/consultant. This staff level position involves selecting and coordinating contractors, collecting samples (soil, groundwater, wastewater, air/gas, solid waste, and other media of concern), data interpretation, proposal development, and the preparation of technical reports. Specifically, the Engineer/Consultant will be responsible for: fully understanding the technical requirements for site/remedial investigations, determining the technical method of investigation best suited to meet the clients needs, meeting the clients cost and project completion requirements, preparing and coordinating the equipment (in-house and through subcontractors) necessary to complete the field work, collecting samples of environmental media in accordance with state and federal regulations/guidance, obtaining regulatory information to properly interpret the data collected, formulate detailed recommendations and cost estimates for issues identified at the site, and the preparation of technical reports that meet Clayton's standards and address the client's specific needs. Responsibilities may also include conducting Phase I Site Assessments, collecting samples (lead paint, asbestos), ordering and retrieving environmental databases from online sources, and preparing a report to Clayton's and the clients specifications. Additional responsibilities include: prepare written correspondence/reports in a timely manner, review correspondence/reports for technical and editorial merit, control project costs and stay within budget, and maintain a current awareness of environmental regulations and technical developments. The position requires a self-motivated, resourceful individual with the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. The position also entails extensive travel in the tri-state area and occasional air travel within the continental US.

Senior Hydrogeologist - Detroit
Job #SEGS302.10ECC

The Novi, Michigan, office has an opening for a senior level hydrogeologist. Applicants must have extensive experience with business development, client management, site assessments, subsurface investigations, and remediation. Professional engineering or certification is a plus. Applicant must be knowledgeable in applicable federal and Michigan environmental regulations and have experience in working with environmental regulatory agencies on behalf of clients. Responsibilities include client management, technical oversight, and staff supervision. Minimum of 6 years of relevant experience is required. Strong computer, written, management, and communication skills also required.

Senior Level Environmental Engineer (Licensed Site Professional) - Boston
Job #SLEGS301.41ECC

The Boston office has an opening for a senior level environmental engineer, geologist or scientist. Applicants must be a registered Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP), have extensive experience with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP), and experience with Phase I environmental site assessments, Phase II subsurface investigations, site remediation, and compliance. Experience with environmental management is a plus. Strong computer, written, management, and communication skills a must. Additional responsibilities include: business development, proposal preparation, report review, staff coordination, staff utilization, and regional expansion.

Project Geologist/Engineer - Chicago
Job #PG302.15ECC

The Chicago office in Downers Grove, has an immediate opening to join the Environmental Services group as Project Geologist/Engineer . A Bachelor's degree in geology or engineering is required with a minimum of five years experience. Advanced degree may be considered in lieu of some experience. Candidates must have technical expertise and good organizational skills, ability to interact with existing and potential clients, and good communication and interpersonal skills. Registration or certification appropriate to discipline is desirable. Clayton offers exciting challenges, competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package, including a company-matched 401K plan.

Environmental Regulatory Auditor/Specialist - Multiple Offices
Job #ERA302.15ECC - Chicago
Job #ERA301.30ECC - Raleigh

We are currently seeking an Environmental Regulatory Auditor/Specialist. This individual will provide technical support on air quality compliance, EH&S; compliance, and ISO/EMS projects. Additional responsibilities include assisting project managers by directing tasks and fostering client relationships, and supporting marketing initiatives, especially in EH&S.; Candidates must have 3-5 years of experience and be familiar with RCRA, DOT, SARA, CAA, and CWA. All applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in civil or environmental engineering, geology, or related sciences and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Staff Geologist/Environmental Scientist - Chicago
Job #SG302.15ECC

Our Chicago Regional Office is seeking a Staff Geologist/Environmental Scientist. Applicants must have 2-4 years experience in conducting Phase Is and Phase IIs (including installation of groundwater monitoring wells, collection of soil/water samples, and oversight of tank removals). Knowledge of IEPA TACO, LUST, and SRP Regulations a plus. All applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in civil or environmental engineering, geology, or related sciences and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Project Manager - Honolulu
Job #PM303.85ECC

The Honolulu office in Kailua, Oahu, has an opening for a Project Manager for the Environmental Services group. Minimum of seven years environmental experience with Phase I and Phase II, remediation, and regulatory compliance experience. Professional registration a plus.

Engineer/Geologist/Environmental Scientist - Honolulu
Job #EGS303.85ECC

The Honolulu office in Kailua, Oahu, has an opening for an Engineer/Geologist/ Environmental Scientist for the Environmental Services group. Minimum of two years environmental experience with Phase I and Phase II, remediation, and regulatory compliance experience.

Environmental Scientist/Geologist/Engineer - Ft. Lauderdale
Job #SGE301.23ECC

Our Ft. Lauderdale Regional Office, in Pompano Beach, has an opening for an Environmental Scientist/Geologist/Engineer. This individual should have 1-3 years experience in conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Investigations and other related environmental consulting services. Clayton offers a competitive compensation package.

Environmental Professional or Geologist - Atlanta
Job #EP301.20ECC

The Atlanta Regional Office (Kennesaw) has an immediate opening for an Environmental Professional or Geologist to act as a manager for a large UST Project. A qualified candidate will have three to five years of experience with heavy emphasis on Underground Storage Tank (UST) investigations, Corrective Action Plans (CAP- Part A and Part B), drilling and sampling experience, reporting, and project management. Previous environmental consulting experience is required. Client Management skills preferred. Clayton offers a competitive compensation package.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY

Industrial Hygienist/CSST - Los Angeles
Job #IHC200.80ECC

The Southern California Office is seeking an industrial hygienist/California Asbestos Site Surveillance Technician for the Occupational Health and Safety division. Candidates must have at least 1-2 years of relevant experience and a bachelors or associates degree in a related field. Strong computer, written and verbal communication skills also a plus. Additional responsibilities include: worker exposure monitoring, calibration and operation of industrial hygiene instrumentation, and report writing.

Staff Industrial Hygienist - San Francisco
Job #SIH200.70ECC

The San Francisco Regional office of Clayton Group Services, Inc. has an immediate opening for a staff industrial hygienist. Candidates must have a minimum of 1-2 years experience in various IH applications, including asbestos, lead, IAQ, and exposure monitoring. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required, a Bachelor's degree in a related field and California Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) or Asbestos Site Surveillance Technician (CSST) preferred.

Senior Project Manager: Asbestos and Lead Services- San Francisco
Job #SPM200.70ECC

Clayton Group Services, Inc. has an immediate opening for a senior project manager. Candidates must have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience, to manage and continue to develop our strong asbestos and lead consulting practice in the San Francisco Regional Office. Excellent technical, project management, business development, and written/verbal communication skills required. California Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) or ability to immediately obtain CAC certification a necessity. Bachelor's degree and California DHS Lead certifications preferred.

AHERA Project Designer - Seattle
Job #AH200.75ECC

The Seattle office has an opening for an experienced AHERA Project Designer to support a multiyear, million dollar airport contract. The successful candidate must also be an AHERA Building Inspector, have project management experience, good computer and communication skills. CAD capabilities a plus.

Staff Industrial Hygienist - Boston
Job #SIH200.41ECC

The Boston Regional office is seeking a full-time Staff Industrial Hygienist position with the Occupational Health and Safety division. Bachelor's degree in occupational health and safety or related field is preferred. Applicants must have at least 1-3 years of industrial hygiene experience that includes asbestos and lead abatement and management. The applicant should also have experience working at large-scale projects and evaluating related health and safety issues. Strong organizational, computer, written, and verbal communication skills a must. Additional responsibilities may include: worker exposure monitoring for asbestos and lead calibration and operation of industrial hygiene instrumentation report writing and record keeping.

IAQ Specialist - Philadelphia/Baltimore area
Job#IAQ200.50ECC

Clayton Group Services, Inc. has an immediate opening for a full-time Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Specialist in the Philadelphia/Baltimore area. Minimum qualifications include a BS or MS degree with 3-5 years of experience in IAQ investigation and management and oversight of corrective actions. Previous work experience with microbiological and chemical investigation and remediation, as well as HVAC diagnostics, is preferred. Flexible work schedule, and skills in project management, computer applications, and oral and written communication skills are desired. Responsibilities will include conducting IAQ investigations, specifying and overseeing corrective actions, and developing IAQ management plans. The successful candidate will develop and maintain consulting relationships with owners and managers of commercial and institutional buildings. This position requires telecommuting and some out-of-state travel. Growth potential will be based on technical and managerial performance.

Project Manager - Edison, NJ
Job #PM200.40ECC

The New York Regional office in Ediosn, NJ is seeking a Project Manager. The successful candidate must have, at a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in Science or Engineering (an advanced degree is a definite plus) and 6 to 8 years of Project Management experience in asbestos assessment, abatement, industrial hygiene, and indoor air quality. Candidates should have strong technical competence, general business savvy, and excellent written and communication skills to keep projects on track with respect to schedules and budgets. Certifications for asbestos in New York/New Jersey area is a plus.

Industrial Hygiene/Safety Professional - Cleveland
Job #IHS200.35ECC

The Cleveland Regional office has an opening for a staff level Industrial Hygienist/Safety Professional. The ideal candidate will have 3-7 years experience and a broad range of skills to include: program development/ implementation, good communication skills both written and oral, basic computer skills. This position will be located just outside of the Toledo area. Local candidate preferred.

Ergonomist/Industrial Hygienist - Los Angeles
Job #ERG200.80ECC

The Los Angeles office is currently seeking a full-time Safety and Health professional with knowledge of the field of Ergonomics/Industrial Hygiene and 3-5 years experience. Job responsibilities would include: conducting office ergonomics evaluations with reports as appropriate, and industrial evaluations as skills permit presenting individual and group training programs evaluating and fitting clients for chairs and other ergonomic accessories interacting with medical professionals regarding return-to-work issues conducting industrial hygiene evaluations developing technical reports as appropriate position encourages progress towards certification in Ergonomics or Industrial Hygiene This professional position would be part of Clayton's Occupational Health and Safety consulting group and would report to a Senior Ergonomist or Project Leader, Ergonomics.

Clayton Group Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/AA/M/F/H/V

 
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