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Are you looking for a home for the best years of your career? A place where you can contribute to a dynamic employee-owned firm, tackle challenging project work, and collaborate with industry recognized professionals? Geosyntec is the place for you! We are seeking an exceptional regulatory expert and strategist in the field of soil, groundwater, and air remediation to help grow our contaminated site assessment and remediation practices in New England. Candidates must be a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP). This position is well-suited for a talented, highly experienced individual who is interested in leading and contributing to innovative and challenging projects, including the financial and technical evaluation, design, permitting, and construction. Our client base includes a diverse mix of industrial, institutional, and governmental clients.

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


We expect that you will work on a variety of challenging technical projects and leverage your existing relationships to help Geosyntec expand its current practices and capabilities. The successful candidate will develop new work by building and growing their external network, manage projects and staff, and contribute to solutions their own technical strengths.

Collaboration and mentoring are cornerstones of Geosyntec’s culture. You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who will help integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture as you advance to this next stage of your career. Some of the task-level or project management responsibilities you will be asked to do include the following:

Business development, including bringing in new clients and obtaining repeat business from existing clients, leading proposal preparation, and developing and implementing a business development plan;

Participation in external industry groups to maintain high visibility as a go-to LSP;

Management and mentoring staff, including development and motivation of aspiring LSPs in navigating regulatory strategy and acquiring licensing;

Contribution to the overall development and growth of the New England branch;

Development of regulatory closure plans under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP), including vapor intrusion evaluations and Method 3 Risk Characterizations;

Acting as LSP-of-Record on existing and new projects in the Firm;

Task and project management, including planning and implementing investigation and remediation projects; budgeting and budget management; and adherence to schedule, quality, client satisfaction, and profitability ;

Reviewing and managing written document production and data evaluation; and

Preparing for and participating in meetings with clients, regulatory personnel, and other parties.

Here are some other things you should know about this LSP position:

Training: This position requires OSHA/MSHA health and safety, first aid, and CPR training and medical monitoring, paid for by the firm. We also offer professional development opportunities including technical conferences, in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our professionals to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants.

Some fieldwork and overnight travel: May be required.

Your success is our success. We encourage our professionals to continually develop their interests and skills. Advancement is based on an individual’s own performance and initiative.


BS degree in an appropriate field of science (e.g., geology, environmental science, etc.) or Engineering (civil, chemical, or environmental preferred). (required)

Advanced degree in a field of science appropriate for the field of soil, air and groundwater remediation consulting. (preferred)

At least 15 years of direct environmental consulting experience in the New England marketplace. (required)

Professional certification (LSP). (required)

Professional certification (Professional Geologist or Engineer). (preferred)

Detailed understanding of MassDEP regulations as well as USEPA regulations. (required)

Experience with multi-disciplinary project teams. (required)

Demonstrated success in the development and management of clients. (required)

Proven leadership skills. (required)

Ability to succeed in a fast-paced consulting environment, handling multiple project assignments, meeting strict deadlines, and traveling to client facilities as needed. (required)

OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER training and current refreshers. (preferred)

Valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record. (required)


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.


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 visiting

We are proud to offer our employees a highly competitive benefits package. Learn more by visiting


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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.