Stone Environmental Inc.
Stone Environmental, Inc. is seeking a geoscientist with a strong educational and work background in
contaminant hydrogeology and environmental investigation and remediation. The successful applicant will
provide technical support and project management for a variety of projects such as soil and groundwater
investigations at hazardous waste sites, brownfield redevelopment projects, and environmental due diligence. The
position involves travel for field work throughout Vermont. Occasional travel for projects outside Vermont will be
required. This position will report to the Director of Environmental Assessment and Remediation Services in
At Stone the health and safety of our employee-owners is a priority, that’s why we are requiring all successful
candidates for this position be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or willing to become vaccinated as a condition
Work will involve managing and implementing a variety of field work, data collection and analysis, site
assessment, technical reporting, preparation of proposals, and research and development. The candidate must
have experience in soil and groundwater investigations using innovative practices to collect and analyze hydraulic,
stratigraphic, and chemical data to develop site-specific conceptual models. The qualified candidate must be able
to work independently, as well as a member of a team to develop high quality analyses and reports for various
To be considered for this position, the following skills are required:
Legally able to work in the United States (proper documentation required).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to prepare correspondence
and technical reports that are grammatically correct and high quality.
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and objectives.
Ability to clearly communicate verbally, exercise good judgement, and respond professionally to comments
and client needs.
Motivation and enthusiasm to learn new skills
40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER
Experience conducting site investigations at contaminated sites
Knowledge of federal and Vermont regulatory processes
Time management skills to organize, plan, and prioritize multiple assignments
Ability to use geographic information systems (GIS) and relational database software
Experience with innovative site investigation techniques and strategies
Experience Level and Education
Bachelor’s degree in geology, hydrogeology, or related field is required; an M.S. in hydrogeology, geology,
or related field is preferred.
Six to ten years of relevant experience in the technical skill areas described above are required.
An advanced degree can be used in substitution for two years of experience.