|Position Reports To:||Assistant General Manager|
The Environmental Manager is responsible for Tyler Union’s compliance with federal state, local, and McWane, Inc., environmental regulations, policies and procedures in area such as air quality, waste, clean water, and pollution. Manage all local, state, and federal permitting requirements. Periodically represent Tyler Union with officials from EPA an ADEM. Recommend improvements to the Tyler Union Environmental Management Program.
GRANT OPPORTUNITY — PLEASE SHARE — Apply Now! FY2018 Underrepresented Community Grants Application Open on Grants.gov
The State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division is now accepting applications for $500,000 in funding for the 2018 Underrepresented Community (URC) grant program. These competitive grants works towards diversifying the nominations submitted to the National Register of Historic Places
Eligible applicants are Federally Recognized Indian Tribes, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiian Organizations, States and Territories, and Certified Local Governments. Matching funds are not required, but may be considered as part of the evaluation process.
Types of eligible projects include surveys and inventories of historic properties associated with communities underrepresented in the National Register, as well as the development of nominations to the National Register for specific sites.
To apply, head to grants.gov and search for Funding Opportunity Number: P18AS00554 or Underrepresented Community (URC) Grants. The deadline is November 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM ET. Read the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) under each opportunity number for more details.
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State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division
National Park Service
1849 C Street NW, Mail Stop 7360
Washington, DC 20240
To apply for a grant, please visit grants.gov, where all funding opportunity announcements are posted.
David M. Banks
Acting Historic Preservation Planning Program Manager
State, Tribal and Local Plans and Grants
National Park Service
202-354-6968 direct line
SynTerra is looking for a creative and highly talented Licensed Environmental Geologist with the expertise to help our clients succeed. You should have 8-12 years of experience in environmental assessment and remediation. This position requires the ability to work independently on specific tasks and in collaboration with clients and other environmental professionals, and it requires the ability to travel to remote project sites.
• Preparation of work plans, reports, and other technical documents
• Coordinate and work on specialized environmental projects and environmental site assessments (Phase I and Phase II ESAs), environmental compliance and monitoring programs, and regulatory approval compliance for industrial facilities
• Geological and groundwater modeling statistics and/or data management
• Technical writing
• Undergraduate degree in science or relevant engineering field
• Master’s degree in geology or hydrogeology is preferred
• 8-12 years of experience
• Project/Task Management
• Experience with report preparation for submittal to the client and state agencies; soil, groundwater, and vapor intrusion investigations; and interactions with subcontractors
• 40 hr. OSHA HAZWOPER trained
• Registered professional geologist
• Experience with, or willingness to learn, client relations preferred
More than a job:
We are looking for intelligent, ambitious, and passionate candidates to continue helping our clients throughout the Southeast. When you join SynTerra, you do more than simply switch companies to advance your career. You become part of the SynTerra family, a group of talented individuals who drive innovation and embrace change. Come join a team that you are going to LOVE – SynTerra.
Professional engineers and geologists earn 15 PDH.
Registration is open for the Alabama Mineral Institute, September 13-14, 2018 at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa. Register, view the agenda and learn more about the Alabama Mineral Institute at mineralinstitute.ua.edu.
Presentation topics will focus on:
Who Should Attend
If you’re involved in mine construction and development, health and environmental issues, geology or coalbed methane, the Alabama Mineral Institute is planned with you in mind.
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Early Bird Rates (Until August 30)
SME Member: $185
Standard Rates (After August 30)
SME Member: $205
To register by phone, call 205-348-3000 or register online at mineralinstitute.ua.edu.