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Top 50 Project Geologist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Project Geologist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Project Geologist resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.1% of Project Geologist resumes contained Groundwater Samples as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Project Geologist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Project Geologist

1. Groundwater Samples
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Here's how Groundwater Samples is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Performed field screening of potentially contaminated soil and groundwater samples.
  • Collect depth-discrete groundwater samples using Simulprobe sampling technology.
  • Collect soil and groundwater samples in compliance with MTCA Advise contractor regarding environmental regulatory compliance.
  • Reviewed analytical data for soil and groundwater samples.

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2. Safety Plans
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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Prepared and implemented work plans, remedial action plans and health and safety plans for various soil and groundwater remediation projects.
  • Drafted and reviewed Health & Safety Plans and Sampling & Analysis Plans for use at hazardous waste sites.
  • Prepared health and safety plans for many of the field jobs that I performed or supervised.
  • Prepared health and safety plans and oversees various field activities with EPA and TCEQ environmental regulations.
  • Developed site specific Health and Safety Plans and project specific drilling work plans.
  • Prepared of site sampling and analysis plans, and health & safety plans.
  • Prepared health and safety plans and directed subcontractor health and safety program.
  • Developed site specific Health and Safety Plans.
  • Performed soil borings, site remediation and wrote remedial investigation reports, sampling plans and site safety plans for brownfield sites.
  • Developed project specific Health & Safety Plans including Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) and Best Practices.
  • Prepared health and safety plans and job hazard analyses prior to initiation of field investigations.
  • Authored site specific health and safety plans and implemented health and safety protocols onsite.

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4. Geotechnical Investigations
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Here's how Geotechnical Investigations is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Conducted geologic/geotechnical investigations for hillside residential development.
  • Performed Preliminary Geotechnical Investigations including geologic field mapping, borehole/core logging, and trench logging.
  • Conducted and provided oversight for geotechnical investigations.
  • Performed Geotechnical Investigations using hollow stem.

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5. UST
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Here's how UST is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Provided extraordinary customer service by cultivation of an energetic and responsive staff through training and strong leadership.
  • Managed 30 LUST environmental cases for major oil company with over million dollar portfolio budget for remedial and site assessment activities.
  • Provide timely customer service to meet demanding 60 hour week leaf collection crew schedules, in difficult weather conditions.
  • Certified by the State of Ohio Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (BUSTR) for UST removal.
  • Managed projects for clients in the industrial, banking, educational, engineering, construction/development and residential sectors.
  • Performed environmental investigations at various sites for the railroad, major oil pipeline companies, and private industries.
  • Provide timely customer service to meet demanding construction schedule, and create additional revenue generating points.
  • Tank closures and UST compliance consulting - Clients included Bell telephone, multiple property transfer clients.
  • Manage field investigation teams and remediation activities for municipal, federal, and industrial client sites.
  • Provided industrial hygiene services during the demolition and re-construction of highway and railway bridges.
  • Supervised on-site resource evaluations in the USA, Canada and Australia.
  • Supervised, documented, sampled and reported UST removals.
  • Assist in the development of SPCC plans for tank farms and large UST sites.
  • Performed assessment of industrial properties, evaluated data, and recommended appropriate mitigative action.
  • Conducted investigations for asbestos-containing materials, lead-based paint, and subsurface contamination from USTs.
  • provided environmental services to clients representing law firms, commercial, manufacturing and industrial facilities in the Southeast.
  • Prepared Canadian 43-101, U.S., Australasian JORC reports for international clients' submittals to international securities commissions.
  • Supervised UST system closure projects and performed the post-closure environmental assessment (i.e.
  • Assisted the completion of industrial or out of state Phase I assessments.
  • Conducted underground storage tank (USTs) removals and closures for our client Ashland Oil Co.

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6. Project Management
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Here's how Project Management is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Project management skills include technical report preparation, project budgeting/forecasting, proposal preparation, personnel training and report/data review services.
  • Provided project management, project technical support, and agency/client negotiation and interaction on various projects.
  • Project management and over-site of environmentally impacted sites for various gas producers in Western Colorado.
  • Project management at metal recycling facility conducting hazardous material cleanup and emissions monitoring.
  • Conducted project management for several environmental remediation projects in New Mexico and Texas.
  • Company liaison for client specific project management database.
  • Coordinated project management and invoicing.
  • Project management experience including budgeting, cost proposals, payment requests, day-to-day contact with clients, and ADEM representatives.
  • Provided project management oversight for multiple projects and site work coordination with regulators, agencies, clients, and subcontractors.
  • Promoted within one month from staff to project management level due to exceptional client interface and project management skills.
  • Project management: budget management, task implementation, staff and subcontractor management, and UST Fund management.
  • Experience in project management, field program coordination, and linking sensor data to mine facility monitoring.
  • Provided project management for over twenty gasoline service stations throughout the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Provided project management for former and active gasoline service stations throughout the Northern and Central California.
  • Provided direct project management for sites in western PA, WV, and eastern OH.
  • Project Management and Planning: Responsible for contract procurement, administration, and project close-out.
  • Assist with project management, project reporting, and budgeting.
  • Project management skills to see projects through to completion.
  • Project Management of the following:.
  • Project management skills; contractor invoicing, scheduling of field activities, training of field technicians, and report writing.

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7. Subsurface Investigations
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Here's how Subsurface Investigations is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Performed subsurface investigations utilizing geologic contaminate modeling.
  • Phase II Subsurface Investigations, geophysical surveys, and remediation/mitigation projects throughout Northern California and western Nevada.
  • Planned and supervised environmental site investigations, subsurface investigations and remedial designs.
  • Performed extensive subsurface investigations, well installations, contractor and subcontractor oversight, quality assurance and wrote work plans and reports.
  • Served as the Project Geologist overseeing the subsurface investigations pertaining to well installation including soil and water sampling.
  • Conduct subsurface investigations and write reports for PENNDOT, SEPTA, DCNR, and commercial clients.
  • Conducted field investigation portions of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Phase II Subsurface Investigations.
  • Designed and implemented over 50 Phase II Environmental Subsurface Investigations for private clients.
  • Designed subsurface investigations and provided field oversight and documentation for environmental and geotechnical drilling operations.

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8. Phase II
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Here's how Phase II is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Project manager for Phase II Environmental Site Assessments to address issues including the nature and extent of soil and groundwater contamination.
  • Conducted and supervised Phase II, III drilling and installation of 56 wells at an industrial facility in California.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II site assessments at facilities to help with the land sale and provided reporting.
  • Field Supervisor/Geologist, Phase II Assessment of City of Phoenix Water Pipeline, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Managed Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for a major chain-of pharmaceutical retail stores.
  • Managed projects associated with UST fuel release sites and Phase II investigations at UPRR properties.
  • Field Supervisor/Geologist, Phase I and Phase II Assessments, Hansen Aggregate Company, Arizona.
  • Field Supervisor, Phase I and Phase II Assessments, Citizens Utility Company, Arizona.
  • Field Supervisor, Phase II Assessment, Texaco Petroleum Company, Arizona.
  • Conducted Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Managed Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for the US Army Corps of Engineers (USAGE).
  • Phase I and Phase II, Phase III
  • Directed Phase II sub surface investigations; soil boring/monitoring well locations, delineating based on field screening, and lithology analysis.
  • Performed numerous Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Phase II investigations for real estate transactions throughout the United States.

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9. Environmental Compliance
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Here's how Environmental Compliance is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Supervised the implementation of environmental compliance for the decommissioning of an industrial plant.
  • Project team leader on several hazardous waste environmental compliance audits.

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10. Soil Samples
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Here's how Soil Samples is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Conduct field screening and collect soil samples for laboratory analysis to profile for disposal in accordance Washington State Dangerous Waste regulations.
  • Assist environmental team, sampling of monitoring wells, oversaw tank removals and soil samples from remediation sites.
  • Collected many soil samples utilizing multiple drilling methods.
  • Collected groundwater and soil samples.
  • Monitored groundwater decontamination system and collected water and soil samples Generated spreadsheets of data utilizing Microsoft Office
  • Worked with Geoprobe direct push drilling equipment to collect soil samples.

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11. Technical Reports
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Here's how Technical Reports is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Produced technical reports and work products for clients for approval by regulatory or other governmental and non-governmental agencies.
  • Prepared geological maps, cross-sectional diagrams, and elaborating technical reports.
  • Prepare geologic/technical reports & review reports prepared by staff geologists/engineers.
  • Authored technical reports detailing the results of environmental investigations.
  • Prepared technical reports and illustrations for regulatory compliance.
  • Conducted varied field investigations and wrote/co-wrote technical reports.
  • Collect and interpret raw geologic data and communicate results in the form of technical reports and oral presentations.
  • Managed nearly 200 projects all within budget and on time and prepared technical reports describing research results.
  • Authored technical reports, including graph, table, flowchart, and map preparation.
  • Designed and implemented project work plans; prepared and presented final technical reports.
  • Generated field technical reports, daily reports and data reports.
  • Prepared work plans and technical reports for work completed on-site.
  • Compiled and interpreted data, and prepared technical reports.
  • Develop proposals, project scopes, and technical reports.
  • Collated and Managed all drilling details and geological information Prepared periodic technical reports on projects.
  • Created and reviewed technical reports and agency submittals.
  • Collect, record and organize data in the field Provide time sensitive technical reports and test results to clients.
  • Prepared geologic maps, cross sections, finalized Geotechnical Reports.
  • Reviewed and interpreted geotechnical data and prepared detailed geotechnical reports for roadways and bridges.
  • Prepared geologic/geotechnical reports for submittal and approval to the City of Chino Hills.

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12. Storage Tanks
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Here's how Storage Tanks is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Performed field coordination and contract over-site on construction projects involving the removal and replacement of underground petroleum storage tanks.

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13. Remediation Projects
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Here's how Remediation Projects is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Provided technical-level support and oversight for environmental remediation projects, including remediation system installation, monitoring, and maintenance.
  • Performed subcontractor solicitation as well as management of contractor activities oversight and billing for remediation projects.
  • Project Manager responsible for completion of environmental assessment, and remediation projects.
  • Developed standard operation procedures and quality safety standards for remediation projects.
  • Coordinated with clients and contractors to execute remediation projects successfully.
  • Provided peer reviews and technical expertise for assessment/remediation projects.
  • Completed Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I - IV), Site Remediation projects and Risk Assessments.
  • Provided environmental oversight for large scale mass excavations and UST remediation projects for governmental and private clients.
  • Provided contractors on large remediation projects daily Health and Safety discussions and formal direction of work.
  • Coordinated UST related soil and groundwater investigations and associated remediation projects, Phase 1 Assessments.
  • Provided consulting services for environmental policy, monitoring, & remediation projects specializing in Brownfields.
  • Act as site supervisor and health and safety officer on large scale soil, ground water and hazardous materials remediation projects.
  • Managed hydrogeologic and environmental remediation projects including staffing, budgets, subcontractors, and EQuIS Chemistry databases.

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14. Report Preparation
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Here's how Report Preparation is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Led and tracked multiple projects including soil and groundwater sampling and report preparation.
  • Report preparation and track project costs.
  • field investigations, fault investigations, environmental sampling and report preparation.
  • Report preparation including work plans, HASPs, and groundwater monitoring reports.
  • Performed field investigations, background research, and report preparation for Phase Is, Phase IIs, ESAs, and BEAs.

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15. Regulatory Agencies
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Here's how Regulatory Agencies is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Worked with regulatory agencies to obtain environmental permits and maintain compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Implemented sampling plans in accordance with the requirements of local environmental regulatory agencies.
  • Worked closely with clients to plan investigatory efforts, and generated correspondence, reports and proposals to clients and regulatory agencies.
  • Correspond with State and Federal regulatory agencies regarding compliance with regulations, policies, and guidelines.
  • Write technical reports and work plans, and correspond with clients and regulatory agencies.
  • Worked with clients as well as regulatory agencies to ensure work met anticipated goals.
  • Prepared reports and work plans containing geological maps, stratigraphic cross-sections as required by clients and regulatory agencies.

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16. Ensure Compliance
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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Perform oversight and inspection of field activities to ensure compliance with contractual obligations.
  • Performed daily site inspections to ensure compliance with all required operating permits.

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17. EPA
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Here's how EPA is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Review of site conditions relative to preparation of construction defects and presentation at expert meetings for developments in litigation throughout California.
  • Prepare budgets, proposals, work plans, subcontractor procurement documents, and environmental site investigation assessments with professional recommendations.
  • Prepared and delivered technical presentations to higher management and other departments during periodic technical or coordination meetings.
  • Sampled monitor wells and prepared supplemental site assessment report documenting methodology, results and providing recommendations.
  • Supervised various technical staff during field work and document preparation.
  • Prepared technical reports for well geology and reservoir geochemistry.
  • Monitor groundwater for New Hampshire and Vermont Groundwater Management and prepare permits, samples, and technical and site remediation reports.
  • Prepared final Proposed Plan, Decision Document, and Remedial Action Completion reports in accordance with FUDS and CERCLA guidance.
  • Interacted with CADD Department and management to develop standard presentation format for environmental drawings, plates, maps, etc.
  • Assisted with human health and ecological risk assessments per EPA and ODEQ guidance.
  • Execute Operations and Management for soil venting systems and prepare the subsequent reports.
  • Prepare Phase I environmental site assessments, complete Phase II site investigations.
  • Assisted in the preparation of work program and budget allocation proposals.
  • Prepared reports, proposals and cost estimates.
  • Conducted NESHAP compliance inspections in U.S. EPA Regions II, VI, and X.
  • Provided geological and geochemical inputs to site assessments conducted by the company's environmental monitoring department.
  • Supervised Phase II environmental site assessments at multiple sites across Puget Sound as part of the EPA's Brownfields program.
  • Prepared a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SPPP) for a portable sanitation facility in northern New Jersey.
  • Prepared EPA Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) for various Brownfields projects throughout King County, Washington.
  • Review construction plans for adherence to geotechnical recommendations Prepares geotechnical/geologic reports and construction observation letters.

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18. Site Investigations
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Here's how Site Investigations is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Managed projects and conducted site investigations of various commercial properties, industrial facilities, municipal roadways, and LUST sites.
  • Managed Phase One and Phase Two environmental site investigations.
  • Conducted subsurface site investigations including detailed lithological descriptions and soil/groundwater sampling.
  • Developed a mobilization strategy that helped the client reduce sampling event costs by $500 Managed multiple site investigations.

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19. Corrective Action
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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Completed risk based corrective action projects using environmental statistical analysis, groundwater fate and transport modeling, and exposure route evaluations.
  • Communicated with senior leadership regarding daily observations and corrective action.
  • Performed geological interpretations and submitted recommendations for corrective action.
  • Prepared the investigation report, which included coordinating ecological and human health risk assessments, and prepared the corrective action plan.
  • Prepared work plans, investigation reports, corrective action plans, remedial system progress reports, and groundwater monitoring reports.
  • Report writing: 20- and 45-Day Reports, Site Investigation, Corrective Action, Completion Reports etc.
  • Developed and implemented a Corrective Action Plan involving removal of the tank and surrounding impacted soils.
  • Proposed corrective actions and strategic planning in response to CERCLA action against confidential client.
  • Project Geologist for site characterizations, Phase I/II ESAs, monitoring & compliance programs, and corrective actions.

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Here's how Rcra is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Manager for characterization, profiling, and proper disposal of CERCLA and RCRA generated wastes at Tinker AFB.
  • Conducted Phase I and Phase II assessments and related field activities at petroleum UST, RCRA, and CERCLA sites.
  • Supervised all levels of field work for RCRA, hazardous waste projects and underground storage tank projects.
  • Coordinated the production of RCRA documents involving multiple authors in separate locations throughout the southeast U.S.
  • Performed & provided field assistance of several dye tracer studies for CERCLA & RCRA regulated entities.
  • Designed & implemented remedial strategies & actions under UST, RCRA & CERCLA regulatory frameworks.
  • Assisted in the Geneva Steel RCRA and Brownfield investigation as field supervisor.
  • Lead Geologist for RCRA investigation and closure of Dallas Naval Air Station.
  • Included writing a RCRA Contingency Plan and a Solvent Management Plan.
  • Worked under CERCLA, RCRA, Clean Water Act, SARA, state and local regulations.
  • Organized and led two Superfund and RCRA teams using GIS to organize and interpret historical chemical potentiometric data spanning 5-15 years.
  • Performed RCRA inspections on hazardous waste SQGs, LQGs, and TSDFs for compliance with Federal and State hazardous waste regulations.

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21. QA
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Here's how QA is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Provided QA/QC during asbestos removal activities and subcontractor coordination.
  • Provide technical support and monitor mining exploration, management and QA/QC of geological data flow for borehole data.
  • Completed asphalt and Portland cement concrete mix designs and QC/QA field testing and sampling.
  • Draft and implement a QA Plan and associated sampling plans during construction activities.
  • Logged diamond drilled cores and strictly supervised core sampling with standard QA/QC protocols.
  • Performed QA review of geologic and chemical data and technical interpretation of data.
  • Ensured proper QA/QC, no issues associated with program.
  • Rail Yard Investigation, Remediation and CEQA Activities.
  • Acted as resident oversight engineer, tasked with geotechnical QA/QC, elevation surveying and synthetic liner installation oversight.
  • Trained field personnel in accordance with QA/QC regulatory approved sampling procedures and all EPA/FDEP SOPs.
  • Prepared Conceptual Site Model for the Central and Camelback WQARF site.
  • Prepared QAPPs and technical reports.

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Here's how QC is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Head of QC for approx.
  • Participated in closure negotiation meetings with Los Angeles Water Quality Control Board (LARWQCB) and client's environmental attorney.

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23. ESA
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Here's how ESA is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Prepared Phase I ESA Assessment and Phase II Subsurface Investigation proposals, including scope of work and cost estimates.
  • Trained staff in Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) process and reviewed Phase I ESA reports.
  • Field Supervisor/Geologist, Subsurface Assessment and Monitor Well Installation, TRW Vehicle Restraint Manufacturer, Mesa, Arizona.
  • Lead geologist on numerous Phase II ESA investigations for baseline assessments during property transactions across the USA.
  • Perform Phase I/II ESA's, prepare reports and perform computer data reduction and data interpretation.
  • Managed and performed Phase I ESA's for telecommunications client in three states.
  • Specialized in Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA).
  • Trained junior personnel on assessment and Phase I and II ESA activities.
  • Copper Mountain Resorts - Performed Phase I ESA for base area expansion.
  • Performed Geologic hazards Assessment near Black Mesa for ADOT.
  • Field supervision and technical data evaluation for a remedial investigation project at Black Mesa & Kayenta Coal Mines, in Arizona.
  • Project management of Phase I & II Environmental site Assessments (ESA) for property transactions .
  • Performed Phase I ESA and associated report composition, including FOlL/FOIA government database searching.
  • Conducted Phase II ESAs on petroleum and dry cleaning related properties.
  • Assisted with environmental phase I ESAs.
  • Trained new employees on Phase I and Phase II ESAs, report writing, policies, procedures, and practices.
  • Phase I & II ESAs throughout Illinois.
  • Complete environmental due diligence consulting services, including Phase I and II ESAs, BEAs, and Care Plans.

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24. Cercla
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Here's how Cercla is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Conducted environmental field assessments and sampling at over 200 environmental sites including 10 CERCLA (Superfund) sites.
  • Directed the field investigation and data management for a CERCLA Super Fund Remedial Investigation for the NYSDEC.

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25. Vapor
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Here's how Vapor is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Planned and supervised soil-vapor and sub-slab vapor collection.
  • Oversee soil vapor extraction system permitting, installation, and start-up for a local dry cleaner site.
  • Assisted in remediation pilots tests including LNAPL recovery testing and Dual Phase Vapor Extraction.
  • Performed numerous Phase I Assessments and Risk Assessments including soil-vapor and indoor-air surveys.
  • Performed groundwater, vapor, and soil sampling at UST/LUST sites.
  • Design, installation and maintenance of soil vapor extraction systems.
  • Performed soil vapor sampling in accordance with ADEQ guidance document.
  • Directed field characterization and construction oversight during remediation of evaporation ponds and contaminated soils via on-site landfarming.
  • Supervised installations of air-sparge and vapor extraction remediation piping.
  • Install and maintain petroleum hydrocarbon remediation equipment, including soil vapor/air sparge systems and passive LNAPL collection pumps.
  • Installed and maintained single and dual phase air sparge and soil vapor extraction remediation systems.
  • Helped design remediation systems, including soil vapor and multi-phase extraction systems.

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Here's how Superfund is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Served as Project Geologist during Superfund and ECRA remedial investigations.
  • Led post-injection sampling activities in Vermont, CT under the USEPA Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program.
  • Performed soil and ground water investigations at contaminated sites including Superfund sites and sites enrolled in the Illinois SRP.
  • Field supervisor for US EPA Superfund Site (Unidynamics, Inc.) in Goodyear, Arizona.

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27. GIS
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Here's how GIS is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Case manager and field geologist for environmental subsurface and air investigations and compliance assessments.
  • Project Geologist multidisciplinary team reservoir modeling.
  • Project Geologist in Environmental Division.
  • Participated as project task manager and oversight geologist for large complicated Superfund sites as well as small industrial facilities.
  • Created training regimen for newly hired geologists to ensure consistent results and dependable data.
  • Create GIS maps and figures for technical, government and corporate reports.
  • Tested and implemented portable GIS mapping and sampling devices and software.
  • Trained multiple geologists in ArcGIS and other software packages.
  • Developed site maps, boring locations with Professional Geologist.
  • Project Geologist, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Various
  • Supervised staff geologists and up to twenty technicians.
  • Served as project geologist on various Federal projects.
  • Project geologist for SPCC and SWPP Plans.
  • Supervised up to five other geologists.
  • Field Geologist, King County Natural Resources Division, Brownfields Program, King County, Washington.
  • Created topographical, base and geological maps using geospatial applications like ArcGIS.
  • Project geologist on contracts with NCDENR DSCA; IHS REC program; NCDOT; Brownfields investigations; municipal and industrial clients.
  • Served as Field geologist responsible for a CPT investigation and sampling of confirmation borings for VOCs and metals.
  • Assist the Chief Geologist in budgeting & drilling plans of an intermediate sulphidation epithermal veins system.
  • contract position as Geologist, advisor for hydrogeological projects.

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28. Sample Collection
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Here's how Sample Collection is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Field work entailed soil sample collection to assess the effectiveness of soil remediation practices.
  • Conduct air sample collection using summa canisters and Tedlar bags.

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29. Surface Water
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Here's how Surface Water is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Performed environmental air, groundwater, and surface water quarterly monitoring and reporting.
  • Assessed ground and surface water movement in order to provide advice regarding plume migration and potential receptors.
  • Collected sediment and surface water and evaluated results to Ecology MTCA cleanup levels prior to the RA.
  • Managed projects, including monthly, quarterly and annual groundwater and surface water monitoring projects.
  • Coordinated monthly, quarterly and annual groundwater, surface water and storm water monitoring.
  • Consulted on groundwater and surface water monitoring studies.
  • Conducted surface water and geotechnical investigation of an 118 acre abandoned surface mine in Martin and Davies County, Indiana.
  • Field Investigation- Soil and Surface Water Sampling at the Bolsa Chica Wetlands; Huntington Beach, California.

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30. Astm
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Here's how Astm is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Completed 40+ Phase I Environmental Site Assessments using ASTM E-1527-00 and earlier versions.
  • Conducted unconfined compression tests for select core samples to ASTM standards.
  • Perform ASTM E1527-94 Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Performed various tests and procedures to ASTM standards.
  • Conduct Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Investigations (ESAs) in accordance with ASTM Standard Practices.
  • Conduct over 300 Phase I ESAs in accordance with ASTM guidelines for private and commercial properties in southern Nevada.

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31. Data Collection
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Here's how Data Collection is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Audited environmental assessment field protocols and implemented company-wide data collection QA/QC overhaul.
  • Implemented hazardous waste management, remediation, surveying, UST and AST removal and analysis, and data collection.
  • Assisted hydrogeology consultants with pump testing activities and data collection and analysis.
  • Directed well installation, soil borings, data collection interpretation, and report writing.

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32. Cost Estimates
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Here's how Cost Estimates is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Perform contract management duties including cost estimates and reviewing reports.
  • Develop and write detailed scopes of work, work plans, standard operating procedures, proposals and cost estimates.
  • Assisted in the preparation of proposals, cost estimates, and budgets.
  • Developed sampling plans, detailed work plans, cost estimates and proposals.
  • Designed and reviewed numerous Reclamation Cost Estimates (RCEs) based on federal regulations and proponent use.

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33. Data Analysis
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  • Conducted field tests and performed data analysis (aquifer tests, infiltration tests, trench mapping, etc.)
  • Created 3D fishnets, isobars and various graphs from data analysis.
  • Oil and gas remediation experience and data analysis.

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34. Data Management
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  • Reviewed entries made by Data Management into the Project Database for accuracy.
  • Performed data evaluation, data management, and technical report writing.

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35. Assessment Reports
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Here's how Assessment Reports is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Composed assessment reports, validated expenditures, and budget estimates for Ontario exploration programs.
  • Established environmental division and conducted, coordinated and prepared numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports.
  • Drafted a wide variety of reports, including Conceptual Site Models and soil-vapor risk assessment reports.
  • Produced Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports Supervised exploratory drilling activities.
  • Completed multiple Phase II Assessment reports.
  • Assisted with the completion of Greenfields assessment reports and due diligence compilations on properties in the US and Canada.
  • Collected data and prepared Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, Natural Attenuation Monitoring and Contamination Assessment Reports.

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36. Site Characterization
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  • Prepared comprehensive site characterization and interim remedial action reports.
  • Conducted site characterization and remediation activities.
  • Directed site characterization and remedial assessment/design steps with close interaction with the NYSDEC.
  • Scheduled and managed sub-contactors in support of site characterization and ongoing project investigations, including drillers and geophysical surveyors.
  • Calculated contaminant fate and transport evaluations in support of Risk Assessment and Site Characterization projects.
  • Constructed Site Characterization Models and Updates (SCMs) for MtBE sites.
  • Managed two UST projects from Site Characterization through siteclosure.
  • KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Conducted and managed site characterizations following Pennsylvania Title 25 245 for regulated underground storage tanks.

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37. Investigation Reports
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Here's how Investigation Reports is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Project lead and main author of remedial investigation reports.
  • Prepare Due Diligence reports, Geologic and Geotechnical Investigation reports, and Grading and Compaction reports using MS Word and Excel.

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38. Exploration Programs
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Here's how Exploration Programs is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Work directly with clients to design and execute property-specific exploration programs.
  • Arranged and executed field exploration programs, and prepared investigation reports.
  • Plan and execute exploration programs including soil/stream sediment sampling.
  • Manage and supervise geothermal energy exploration programs at prospects located across the western United States.
  • Managed Exploration programs in West Virginia, Virginia, and Kentucky.
  • Conducted regional exploration programs in Northern Sonora State, Mexico covering two low-sulphidation epithermal Au-Ag properties.

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39. Autocad
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Here's how Autocad is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Used GIS software such as ArcView and AutoCad to prepare maps and figures for reports.
  • Generate report figures and sample location maps utilizing AutoCAD software.

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40. Drill Core
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Here's how Drill Core is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Water sampling and logging of soil and drill core at the Kosciusko Bridge project.
  • Re-logged historic chip samples and new drill core for exploration targets.
  • Logged drill core and drew geological cross sections.
  • Logged drill cores and documented the injection of grout slurries into an eroded limestone dam.
  • Logged 10's of thousands of feet of drill core using gINT.

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41. Business Development
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  • Prepared cost proposals and formulated client retention and business development plans.

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42. Proposal Preparation
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  • Performed proposal preparation, project estimation, permitting, risk assessment and risk-based closure.

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43. GPS
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Here's how GPS is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • General petrology and sample analysis, GPS surveying, CAD mapping, and permitting documentation for DOT and DEC project work.
  • Mentor and provide training to Field Technicians in the use of GPS for locating and surveying of geophysics lines.
  • Surveyed properties with various Trimble GPS systems.
  • Performed all anomaly reacquisition using a Trimble GPS system.

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44. FS
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Here's how FS is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Managed RI/FS groundwater investigations, UXO geophysical investigations and performed numerous environmental site assessments and remediation efforts.
  • Coordinated and facilitated the technical evaluations in support of the Acquisition Manager and technical Chiefs.
  • Handled geologic operations for offshore horizontal drilling program.
  • Provided Fortress Minerals Corporation (FST) and Freeport-McMoRan Exploration Corporation (FMEC) management with detailed daily progress reports.
  • Created new permit application, inspection, and other user forms for the UIC program as fillable-PDFs.
  • Prepared and finalized multiple technical memoranda for the same RI/FS.
  • Implemented a contract task order to supplement the RI/FS conducted at the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in California.
  • Completed technical reports based on hydrocarbon shows, penetrationrates, isopach data, offset logs, and proprietary spreadsheets.

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45. Ri
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Here's how Ri is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Teamed with geological, environmental, and engineering consulting firm to provide technologically sound, cost effective solutions.
  • Managed environmental investigation and remediation projects at military bases and industrial facilities.
  • Supervised reverse circulation drilling and drill pad construction.
  • Supervised reverse circulation and diamond core drilling.
  • Performed follow up Phase II drilling, sampling and installation of groundwater monitoring wells at sites having leakage/contaminates in the soil/groundwater.
  • Work ultimately was finalized once the appropriate documentation and closure report had been submitted to the various state authorities.
  • Lectured and gave field demonstrations to environmental engineering students at the University of Rhode Island.
  • Interfaced with marketing personnel to develop brochures and client base and write qualification statements.
  • Interpret and present radar records in written reports and verbal presentations to our clients.
  • Observed drilling and sampling for soil and groundwater testing and monitoring well installation.
  • Initiated and led Baltimore District's first dye trace study.
  • Located drill sites on grids.
  • Assisted in the preparation of wastewater discharge permit application and performed monthly monitoring for compliance with permit conditions.
  • Field reconnaissance and test drill hole exploration for volcanogenic-hosted gold deposits throughout northwestern Nevada.
  • Supervised drilling, installation, and development of groundwater monitor wells and piezometers.
  • Field Geologist on numerous site characterizations and hydrogeologic investigations.
  • Generated and submited technical-based environmental and engineering proposals.
  • Lead for Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) activities in geologic, geotechnical, engineering, and law enforcement applications.
  • Advise land acquisition team with regard to best peripheral leases, project configuration, and valuation.
  • Perform Petrophysical Analysis and Use to Inform Reservoir Characterization and Geocellular Modeling of Field.

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46. Technical Support
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Here's how Technical Support is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Provided technical support to drilling operations.
  • Evaluate reservoir potential, design completions, advise pattern designs, and provide technical support for Unitization Activities.
  • Provide technical support for HUD-funded projects and the HUD Environmental Review (24 CFR Part 58) process.

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47. Waste Management
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Here's how Waste Management is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Performed historical research of various properties, preconstruction characterization sampling, and waste management.

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48. Usace
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Here's how Usace is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Completed the first-phase completion report for submittal to USACE.

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49. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Complied with OSHA, EPA, DOT and other regulatory requirements.
  • Used OSHA Hazwoper, MSA SCBA, laboratory chain of custody training.

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50. Site Closure
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Here's how Site Closure is used in Project Geologist jobs:
  • Managed LUST environmental cases, including environmental assessments and remedial systems, UST removals, soil excavations and site closures.
  • Report activities: assessment, groundwater monitoring, and site closure reporting.
  • Completed final report and obtained formal site closure under Pennsylvania Act 2.
  • Have manage a number of sites from initial discovery to site closure.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Project Geologist

Groundwater Samples

16.8%

Safety Plans

7.9%

New Construction

7.7%

Geotechnical Investigations

7.3%

UST

6.2%

Project Management

5.6%

Subsurface Investigations

5.2%

Phase II

5.1%

Environmental Compliance

4.8%

Soil Samples

4.0%

Technical Reports

3.9%

Storage Tanks

3.8%

Remediation Projects

3.3%

Report Preparation

3.0%

Regulatory Agencies

2.9%

Ensure Compliance

2.9%

EPA

2.8%

Site Investigations

2.6%

Corrective Action

2.3%

Rcra

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Project Geologist

Rank Skill
1 Groundwater Samples 12.1%
2 Safety Plans 5.7%
3 New Construction 5.6%
4 Geotechnical Investigations 5.3%
5 UST 4.5%
6 Project Management 4.0%
7 Subsurface Investigations 3.8%
8 Phase II 3.6%
9 Environmental Compliance 3.5%
10 Soil Samples 2.9%
11 Technical Reports 2.8%
12 Storage Tanks 2.7%
13 Remediation Projects 2.4%
14 Report Preparation 2.1%
15 Regulatory Agencies 2.1%
16 Ensure Compliance 2.1%
17 EPA 2.0%
18 Site Investigations 1.8%
19 Corrective Action 1.7%
20 Rcra 1.5%
21 QA 1.5%
22 QC 1.5%
23 ESA 1.4%
24 Cercla 1.4%
25 Vapor 1.4%
26 Superfund 1.3%
27 GIS 1.2%
28 Sample Collection 1.2%
29 Surface Water 1.1%
30 Astm 1.1%
31 Data Collection 1.1%
32 Cost Estimates 1.1%
33 Data Analysis 0.9%
34 Data Management 0.9%
35 Assessment Reports 0.9%
36 Site Characterization 0.9%
37 Investigation Reports 0.8%
38 Exploration Programs 0.8%
39 Autocad 0.7%
40 Drill Core 0.7%
41 Business Development 0.7%
42 Proposal Preparation 0.7%
43 GPS 0.6%
44 FS 0.6%
45 Ri 0.6%
46 Technical Support 0.6%
47 Waste Management 0.6%
48 Usace 0.6%
49 Osha 0.5%
50 Site Closure 0.5%
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