Geologist, Hydrogeologist, Water Resource Engineer
Morrison-Maierle has a full-time opportunity for a Geologist, Hydrogeologist, Water Resource Engineer in our Bozeman (preferred), Missoula, Helena or Billings, Montana offices.
Morrison-Maierle is an employee-owned company offering professional opportunities and lifelong benefits - it is a place you can build a career. We prize candidates who live our core values of integrity, commitment, respect, and excellence. The person in this position will help us to deliver on our core purpose: creating solutions that build better communities. If you want to apply your skills, learn and grow in a collegial environment, and tackle challenging project work we want to hear from you.
As a regional firm anchored in the western United States, Morrison-Maierle has approximately 300 employees and is currently ranked within the Engineering News Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms.”
The successful applicant will work in the Natural Resources Group and will perform both office and field work as part of their job duties. Field activities typically consist of site evaluations, well drilling oversight, aquifer testing, surface/groundwater monitoring and sampling. Office work includes preparation and submission of work plans and technical reports, input to state and federal regulatory permit applications. Depending on experience, task management, project management and business development duties may also be required.
Bachelor’s degree in geology, geohydrology, or environmental engineering, or related discipline. A professional geologist (PG) or professional engineering (PE) license is preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ industry experience required.
Strong written and oral communication skills, including oversight and preparation of technical reports and the presentation of information to clients, government entities and various committees. Interpersonal and public relations skills to work effectively with clients. High level of personal responsibility and accountability. Safety Oriented.
Areas of technical expertise could include:
Knowledge of permitting public water supply systems
Water right evaluations and permitting through Montana DNRC WRS – Including both permit and change applications
Conceptual site models
Groundwater modeling and development
Aquifer test analysis and aquifer characterization
Surface water hydraulics, stream flow discharge measurement and statistical analysis
Demonstrated ability to follow direction and work independently, as well as in a team environment
Ability to work Monday through Friday with occasional nights and weekends
Travel requirements include up to two-week durations at project sites located in the Western US
Software commonly used: ACAD, ESRI ArcMap, GeoHECRAS, Microsoft Office Suite, AQTESOLV, Surfer, and Grapher
NEPA document support
Must have a valid driver license and insurable driving record.
Salary: $50,000 - $70,000/year DOE
Locations: Bozeman preferred but will consider Billings, Missoula or Helena, Montana
An Equal Opportunity Employer for Minority / Female / Disability / Veterans
What's So Special About Working at Morrison-Maierle?
As a 100% employee owned company, you have significant ability to impact the direction and strategy of the company and your work. This flexibility rewards those who seek positions of responsibility and leadership, and who have a growth mindset. Surrounded by the beauty of the western United States, Morrison-Maierle has offices throughout Montana, Wyoming and Washington. We strive to give our employees work-life balance so they can advance their careers in some of the most desirable locations in the country. Morrison-Maierle is a community-minded company that encourages its employees to become involved in organizations with local and personal significance. We follow our Core Values of integrity, respect, commitment, and excellence in everything we do.
Our employee-owners enjoy a comprehensive benefit package which includes generous Paid Personal and Holiday Leave, Employee Stock Ownership & 401(k) Retirement plans, and Incentive Compensation. Health benefits include Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Health Savings Account employer contribution, Wellness Incentives, Company Paid Life/AD&D and Long -Term Disability Insurance as well as voluntary, employee paid benefits such as Short-Term Disability and Supplemental Life Insurance. In addition, we offer opportunities for professional development including percentage tuition reimbursement and attendance at professional conferences and trade shows.
Apply online at www.m-m.net