Twice a year we hold our Training Boot Camp. Two days of technical, safety, and leadership training topics are presented by both BrightFields employees and outside speakers. Typical topics include new equipment usage, OSHA refresher classes, radiation safety, communications with analytical laboratories, and innovative remediation solutions.
BrightFields…Where Safety is Second Nature.
Growth & Development
In addition to an annual performance review with your manager, employees have a yearly career development meeting with the Senior Leadership Team. During that meeting the leadership team will work with you to understand your interest and career goals and help shape future project and training opportunities. You’ll be given ample opportunities to join and network with organizations, allowing for outside learning opportunities and an opportunity to develop business for BrightFields.
Benefits – Include medical and dental insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability insurance, travel assistance program, paid holidays, paid sick time, a wellness program, tuition reimbursement, 401k (immediately vested 100% when you enter the Plan).
Fun – Summer Crab Feast, December Holiday Party, Food Explorer’s Club, monthly summer BBQs.
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Environmental Analyst – we are currently seeking an entry level (0-2 years experience) Environmental Analyst to join our growing company. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, geology, environmental science, or a related field. This position supports projects involving the assessment and remediation of environmentally impaired properties. Experience with environmental sampling and/or monitoring is desirable, but training will be provided. Duties will consist of soil and water sample collection, field monitoring, computer data entry and general team support. Experience with Microsoft Office® software will be necessary, and knowledge of ArcGIS is desirable but not required.
The candidate should be comfortable in a wide variety of working environments, which will include outdoor fieldwork as well as office work. This position requires good writing and communication skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously. Candidates must be able to think independently, yet work well with a team. Current OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER Health and Safety training certification is a plus.
Applicants must be willing to maintain annual medical monitoring and OSHA certification (at company expense).
A detailed description of exactly what we do…
We improve the environment by first investigating to understand the current conditions of the land, the types and locations of contaminants, and their potential for migration and adverse impact. We investigate by researching past industrial uses of the property, by collecting and analyzing soil and groundwater samples, and by reviewing the geology of the site. We develop data summary tables and draw maps and cross-sections. Next we look at planned future use of the property to understand the needs of the owner, developer, and future occupants. We then perform risk assessments, develop remediation strategies, analyze costs and help our client and the regulatory agencies select the best cleanup option for the site. On many projects, we perform the remediation work providing excavation, demolition, contaminant removal and disposal, and metal recycling.