We are looking for creative problem-solvers for the role of Environmental Engineer. Responsibilities:
- Designing technology for pollution control and waste management.
- Collecting and analyzing environmental data.
- Carrying out site assessments to determine the environmental impact of commercial activity.
- Studying human influences on the environment.
- Undertaking environmental protection projects such as designing air pollution management systems and managing waste treatment facilities.
- Ensuring design projects comply with environmental and health regulations.
- Writing reports on environmental investigative efforts.
- Consulting and advising on environmental best practices.
Environmental Engineer Requirements:
- MSc Degree in Environmental, Civil or Chemical Engineering.
- Experience with air dispersion and wastewater models
- Comfortable working outdoors.
- Analytical mindset and good problem-solving skills.
- Excellent written communication and proficiency with technical reports.
- Good interpersonal skills.
Required to take test battery: https://www.ondemandassessment.com/link/index/JB-ADLE5CXLC?u=63375
About the Organization
CEAC was formed in 2001 and headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica and is a regional leader in consulting, design and operations for government, civil and industrial. The firm’s focus areas include coastal, water, transportation, environment, facilities and urban environments. With over a million USD in revenue (2016) and almost 100 employees. Since formation in 2001, CEAC has been involved in major projects throughout the region. Our experience and expertise spans several specialized disciplines within the natural and built environment. Some of these disciplines include coastal infrastructure, hazardous waste, water and wastewater treatment, flood impact assessments and infrastructure works, environmental hazard vulnerability and risk assessments.
Our experience in regional and global climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies covers diverse assignments such as hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment and management tools for facilities, housing, energy and transportation projects from the impacts of extreme weather. CEAC engineers and climate scientists work with clients in the region to determine the appropriate climate models and downscaling methods.