Project Manager - LSP

Job Locations US-MA-Reading | US-MA-Foxborough | US-NH-Portsmouth | US-NH-Manchester | US-CT-Rocky Hill
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/15/2024 1:13 PM)
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Weston & Sampson is looking for a Project Manager who is a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) or on the LSP track to join our growing Environmental group, consisting of over 50 staff including seven LSPs. An ideal candidate should have a minimum of 8 years of experience with assessment and remediation of Massachusetts Disposal Sites in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). The Ideal candidate should possess a strong working knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations pertaining to the assessment and remediation of oil and/ or hazardous material and experience working with public, municipal, and private clients. Strong writing and interpersonal skills are required. 


This position can be based in any of our New England offices but Reading or Foxborough, MA are preferred. Periodic local travel, site visits and in person meetings will be required. Weston & Sampson utilizes a hybrid work environment to foster both collaboration and flexibility for employees. 




What you'll do:

  • Utilize extensive knowledge of the MCP and working knowledge of local, state and federal regulations pertaining to the assessment and remediation of the oil and/or hazardous material for public, municipal and private  clients 
  • Utilize knowledge of ASTM Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments to oversee site evaluation


What you will bring:

  • Professional registration as a Massachusetts LSP or LSP track with MCP experience required. Additional certifications such as, PE, PG, LEP, and LSRP a plus
  • Degree in Hydrogeology, Geology, Engineering, Environmental Science, or a related discipline.
  • 8 years of experience including subsurface investigations, construction oversight, report preparation, review, and certification
  • Current OSHA 10 and 40 certification 
  • Experience and ability to conduct business and/or client development preferred. 


Weston & Sampson is an 100% employee-owned, full-service environmental and infrastructure consulting firm made up of more than 800 professionals, who work together to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions for our clients. Since our founding in 1899, Weston & Sampson’s mission has been to protect, improve, and sustain the natural and built environment to enhance the quality of life. As we grow, we are seeking dedicated technical and professional individuals who want to collaborate on meaningful projects with a team that respects and values their ideas. Weston & Sampson offers a flexible work environment, competitive compensation, industry-leading benefits, and exciting career growth opportunities—all in a supportive and dynamic corporate culture that embraces diverse perspectives and recognizes people for their contributions.


Weston & Sampson is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace the rich perspectives and experiences that arise from people of different races, ethnicities, cultures, sexual orientation, gender identities, ages, socio-economic statuses, abilities, and religions, as well as other untapped groups, within our Weston & Sampson family and the communities we serve. Weston & Sampson is committed to the principles of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA). Our goal is to foster a sense of belonging and equitable representation across our organization and to empower our employees to incorporate IDEA values into the work they perform.


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A Note to Third-Party Recruiters:

Weston & Sampson coordinates all recruiting and hiring at our company. We do not accept unsolicited resumes from third-party recruiters, staffing agencies, or related firms. Resumes are only accepted if a signed agreement is in place.  All unsolicited resumes will be considered the property of Weston & Sampson. Weston & Sampson is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.




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