I was hoping BEPA would be able to post the attached brochure on an event the Land Trust is hosting October 5th. The seminar is on Conservation Easements and offers CLE credits.
Director of Conservation Programs
Freshwater Land Trust
2308 1st Ave North
Birmingham, AL 35203
205.417.2777 ext. 116
I am a staff geologist with extensive experience in environmental consulting and safety/contractor management. I would look forward to talking or answering questions about my skillset if so desired. My personal contact number and email is listed on the resume.
Thank you for your time and consideration,
John Scott Baxter, G. I. T.
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Program Organizer: Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists – Carolinas Chapter
October 5 and 6, 2017 Hilton University Place, Charlotte, NC
Vapor intrusion continues to be a major topic of discussion in the environmental industry. Since the first vapor intrusion (VI) conference organized by AEG Carolinas in 2014, the U.S. EPA and several states, including North Carolina, have published technical guidance documents on vapor intrusion, and a revised toxicological profile for trichloroethylene (TCE), which has spurred a renewed interest in VI. With the large volume of regulatory guidance and updates, AEG Carolinas believes that now is a good time for another regional conference on VI to address the current state of the practice. The NCDEQ Division of Waste Management will again co-host our conference.
The conference program includes, as in 2014, speakers from a variety of backgrounds. Regulators, environmental consultants, scientists, researchers, and attorneys from across the country will present the latest technical, regulatory and legal perspectives on VI. The aim of our program is to provide broad coverage of the current state of scientific understanding, state and national regulatory frameworks, and the direction of evolving science and policy efforts to address vapor intrusion.
A full day of invited talks on Thursday with keynote speakers in the morning and afternoon, a TCE session in the afternoon, and tentative plans for an evening social. Friday’s program will include a keynote speaker to start the morning, followed by invited talks, with an end to the conference at 2:00 pm. Breakfasts, lunches, and breaks will be included, as in 2014.
2017 Chapter Sponsors
Thanks to our chapter sponsors, without which our meeting dinners would be more expensive, and we couldn’t offer reduced rates for the public sector employees and teachers, and free dinners for students. Be sure to tell them thanks for supporting AEG and our profession.
Enviro-Equipment, Inc., 11180 Downs Road; Pineville, NC 28134; www.enviroequipment.com
Eastern Solutions, LLC, 4543 Charlotte Hwy, Suite 8; Lake Wylie, SC 29710;www.easternsolutionsenv.com
Pine Environmental Services, Inc. 8411 Garvey Drive; Suite 113, Raleigh, NC 27616;www.pine-environmental.com;
SGS Accutest, 5500 Business Drive, Wilmington, NC 28405; www.sgs.com;
Schnabel Engineering, 11 Oak Branch Drive; Greensboro, NC 27407; www.schnabel-eng.com,
Contaminant Control, Inc. (CCI), 3434 Black & Decker, Road; Hope Mills, NC 28348;www.cci-env.com
Con-Test Analytical Laboratory, 39 Spruce Street; East Longmeadow, MA 01028;www.contestlabs.com
GeoSearch, 3006 Bee Caves Rd. #230; Austin, TX, 78746; www.geo-search.com
Hart & Hickman, PC; 2923 South Tryon Street, Suite 100; Charlotte, NC 28203;www.harthickman.com
Pace Analytical Services, Inc., 9800 Kincey Avenue; Huntersville, NC 28078;www.pacelabs.com
Pyramid Environmental, P.O. Box 16265; Greensboro, NC 27406;www.pyramidenvironmental.com
SAEDACCO, 9088 Northfield Drive; Ft. Mill, SC 27406; www.saedacco.com,
Smith Gardner, Inc., 14 N. Boylan Avenue; Raleigh, NC 27603; www.smithgardnerinc.com,
Taylor Wiseman Taylor Inc., 3500 Regency Parkway, Suite 260, Cary, NC 27518; www. Taylorwiseman.com
AE Drilling Services, Inc., 30 Grant Park Place; Greenville, SC 29673; www.aedrilling.com
Choice Environmental, 1804 Holt Road; Cary, NC 27519; www.choice-enviro.com
Clean Vapor, LLC, PO Box Charlotte; NC 28271; www.cleanvapor.com
EGIS, PA; 441 Northside Drive; Chapel Hill, NC 27516; www.waterwellvideos.com
Environmental Conservation Labs (ENCO), 102-A Woodwinds Industrial Court; Cary, NC 27511; www.encolabs.com;
Environmental Data Resources, 6 Armstrong Road; Shelton, CT 06484; www.edrnet.com
Todd Elmore, email@example.com
ESP Associates, P.A., 7011 Albert Pick Road, Suite E; Greensboro, NC 27409;www.espassociates.com
Geologic Exploration, Inc., 176 Commerce Blvd.; Statesville, NC 28625;www.geologicexploration.com
Hazmat Emergency Response and Remediation, Inc., 303 S Naultsby Street; Whiteville, NC 28472; www.herrteam.com;
Parratt-Wolff, Inc., 501 Millstone Drive; Hillsborough, NC 27278; www.pwinc.com,
Prism Laboratories, P. O. Box 240543; Charlotte, NC 28224-0543; www.prismlabs.com
Regenesis, Tallahassee, FL; www.regenesis.com
August 1, 2017 at Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
Deadline to register is before July 14, 2017
Sign up today to attend Sustainability 101. This program will increase your awareness of how a sustainability program can positively impact your business and help you identify simple opportunities for your company to contribute to a sustainable community.
Taught by industry experts and presented by Global Environmental Management Initiative (GEMI) and The University of Alabama’s UA SafeState, the course will provide a comprehensive look at modern companies who are creating business value from sustainability.
Learn a practical approach to developing or enhancing your organizations’ sustainability program through the following steps:
- Seizing opportunities and managing risks
- Doing a 20/20 reality check
- Studying innovation across industries
- Exploring how your company can succeed
- Charting your sustainability course
Learn a baseline understanding of the subject; increase awareness of how sustainability impacts business; and identify simple opportunities to contribute to sustainability objectives.
Lunch and a free pass to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is provided!
See the full description for the position and the associated link.
Senior CAD Operator / Designer (Civil 3D)
CAD (Computer Aided Design) SENIO01221
Geosyntec is seeking an experienced Senior CAD Operator or Designer (Civil 3D) to support project needs in the Kennesaw, Georgia office. The selected candidate will perform computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) for a variety of civil and geotechnical engineering design projects. We are seeking a motivated individual with at least 5 years of experience who can develop layouts, Alignment, Profiles, Cross Section, Surfaces, Points, and details for civil engineering projects, including landfills, industrial sites and utilities. Projects also include mechanical drawing systems and opportunities to contribute from the conceptual design stage through construction.
Our clients ask us to address their new ventures and most challenging problems involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Ranked by ENR in the top 20 design firms for the environment, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service. Learn more by visiting www.geosyntec.com.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
Is this the right position to help you achieve your professional goals? Some of the key responsibilities for the Senior CAD Operator or Designer (Civil 3D) position include:
- Drafting, editing, and finalizing design plans and details using appropriate and efficient methods and adhering to Geosyntec drafting standards;
- Understanding and visualizing overall civil/geotechnical engineering concepts, such as grading, and translating abstract concepts to design drawings;
- Analyzing sketches, notes and other input material to determine best approach to complete a drawing set;
- Managing production of drawing sets from creation, markup and modification based on overall design; and
- Working collaboratively with other Geosyntec CADD practitioners to prepare design drawings and details and reviewing completed work products to ensure quality.
You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who will guide and integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture, as you advance your career. Here are some other things you should know about a typical CAD Operator or Designer (Civil 3D) position with Geosyntec:
- Associate’s degree plus 5 or more years of full-time experience performing CADD design work in a professional environment or equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the prerequisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (required)
- Proficiency in the use of AutoCAD Civil 3D (release 2015 or above). (required)
- Experience developing and working with grading plans, cross-sections, alignments, profiles, three-dimensional surfaces, and earthwork volumes for landfills and other large civil design projects. (required)
- Experience using/incorporating land or aerial surveying/mapping data and files. (required)
- Experience with stormwater management design. (preferred)
- Experience with ArcGIS and MicroStation. (preferred)
- Strong reasoning, mathematical, and geometrical skills. (required)
- Understanding of Microsoft Office applications, including Windows, Outlook, Word, and Excel. (required)
- Experience in 3d visualizations programs as Sketchup and Infraworks360 (preferred)
- Experience in Sheet Set Manager (preferred)
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE SUCCESSFUL AT GEOSYNTEC?
Geosyntec strives to hire and retain the best and brightest people in their fields. We look for exceptional interpersonal skills, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities, plus the passion for technical excellence and quality. We seek individuals with leadership potential, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a long and rewarding career with a growing Firm.
WHY CHOOSE GEOSYNTEC?
Geosyntec is a great place to build a career. If you’re looking for an exciting place to work, a place with challenging and rewarding projects, and a place that has been nationally recognized for its employees’ quality of life, technical expertise, and business success, then Geosyntec may be the place for you. You can learn more about careers and employment at Geosyntec by visitinghttp://www.geosyntec.com/careers/
We are proud to offer our employees a highly competitive benefits package. Learn more by visiting http://www.geosyntec.com/careers/employee-benefits.
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I hope all is well with you and yours. I have been in contact with a gentleman who is moving back to Birmingham from Texas next week who is looking for a job. Please do me a favor and post his resume on the appropriate section(s) of the BEPA web site. As always, your assistance is appreciated.
1409 Republic Road
Birmingham, AL 35214
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I attended the BEPA conference at the Wynfrey Hotel earlier this month, and I am so excited to know that this group exists. I currently work at the Freshwater Land Trust in a contract position that is ending in August 2017. I am looking for environmental job opportunities in the Birmingham/Jefferson County area, and I thought it would be a good idea to contact you in my job search.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development with which I previously worked as a therapist and teacher, however, after working in the education/healthcare fields for a few years, I returned to Auburn University to study Ecology/Wildlife/Natural Resource Management. I graduated in 2016 with a Masters of Science in Natural Resource Management, which led me to my current position at the Freshwater Land Trust in Birmingham.
As a graduate student in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn, I gained experience with GIS, population grids, and data collection. I acquired skills associated with specimen preparation and data-basing in the Auburn University Natural History Museum Freeman Herbarium, as well as aviary maintenance and rehabilitation of raptor species with the Auburn University Southeastern Raptor Center. My master’s project focused on the economic impacts and conservation value associated with endangered species. Additionally, I participated in two study abroad programs: one through Auburn in Panama focusing on GIS, and a month-long program through the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources in Costa Rica focusing on GIS, conservation economics, and sustainable agriculture.
These diverse education opportunities and real-world work experiences have allowed me to learn to effectively analyze, develop, and manage programs. Additionally, these positions have provided professional experience with different industries, governments, stakeholders, age groups, and cultures both domestically and abroad.
I would greatly appreciate any information you may have regarding environmental job openings in this area. My resume is attached for reference, and I can provide any other information that may be significant, which can be shared with others as needed.