Stone Environmental Inc.
Stone Environmental, Inc. is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated environmental professional to join our
Environmental Assessment and Remediation Services team. The successful applicant will work closely with
our group of engaged professionals and a variety of partners, including project owners, responsible parties,
municipalities, state and federal agencies, and other project stakeholders to lead the evaluation, design, and
implementation of projects involving hazardous wastes in the environment. The candidate will serve as
mentor for staff, provide senior technical support for a variety of projects at hazardous waste and brownfield
redevelopment sites, and conduct business development activities. This position will report to the Director of
Environmental Assessment and Remediation Services in Montpelier.
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 of employment.
Work will involve a variety of analysis and design; preparation of engineering design calculations, drawings,
and specifications; technical research and report writing; senior technical review of client deliverables, and
successful identification and pursuit of project opportunities. The successful candidate will lead, direct, and
review studies within their area of expertise; prepare proposal scopes of work and budgets; prepare work
plans and reports, plans and specifications; prepare opinions of probable remedial and construction costs;
and direct and mentor junior staff.
To be considered for this position, the following skills are required:
A strong interest in brownfield redevelopment and conducting environmental site investigation and
A proven track record in business development
Proven experience in developing project plans, anticipating, and addressing project issues, managing
and mentoring staff, leading meetings with clients, and directing the completion of technical reports
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Capacity to successfully manage multiple tasks and objectives
Legally able to work in the United States (proper documentation required)
Team or group leadership
Demonstrated ability to work with Vermont state government agencies and contract vehicles desired
with direct experience with the Vermont Investigation and Remediation of Contaminated Properties
Experience Level and Education
A B.S. in Environmental or Civil Engineering or related field is required.
Twelve 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.