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  • WA
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This company is seeking a Data Modeler, Data Scientist, or Data Programmer to assist our Software and Data Services team in developing programs supporting environmental modeling and risk assessment.

Job Description

This is a mid-level position. Primary duties will include working as part of a team to design, develop, deploy, and maintain applications supporting the companies engineering staff and clients with scientific codes and tools for data management, processing, and visualization.

This company’s work portfolio is diverse and challenging; the successful candidate will enjoy the process of acquiring new skills to solve unusual problems and working collaboratively with environmental engineers, modelers, and risk assessors.

Required Qualifications

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • At least two years’ experience with federal contracts.
  • At least five years’ experience with private contracts.
  • Certification as a data professional (CDP, CBIP, ICCP, or similar).
  • An aptitude for acquiring new languages.
  • Demonstrated command of Python, R, SQL, and Perl.
  • At least 10 years’ experience as a Data Architect or Database Administrator.
  • 5 – 10 years of Environmental/Mining Industry Experience.
  • Demonstrated command of PostgreSQL and Oracle.
  • Must be able to encode and customize mathematical models.
  • A college degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or Physics.
  • S.  Citizenship

This company is a geoscience and engineering consulting firm on a mission to help our clients manage environmental project risks. We’re an established, international consulting firm based in Austin, Texas, with 15 offices across the United States and Europe. We have almost 45 years of solving some of the most challenging and interesting mining, water-resources, environmental, coastal and waste management issues faced by private industry and government agencies. Our roots are in modeling and hydrogeological characterization where we got our start in the 1970s working for the United States Geological Survey and Sandia National Laboratories to develop the first 3-D coupled groundwater flow and transport code for evaluating deep-well disposal of hazardous wastes. Today, we’re still developing numerical models and other quantitative decision-support tools. We also maintain an active presence on the ground, completing the fundamental fieldwork that most projects require.

Our employees say that what they value most at our company is our corporate culture—because not only do we believe that our people are our most important asset, we embody it. As an employee owned company, we are invested in providing a good work-life balance, cross-office connection and culture, generous benefits packages, and even performance-based bonuses. These are some of the reasons why many of our employees have spent 10-25 years with us. We are proud of maintaining a reputation for excellence, leave no room for politics, and empower all our employees to accomplish their best.

Come join our talented team of professionals who provide best-in-class services in our industry!

*** The above job descriptions and listed requirements can often change based on current Employer need and new projects.  Your assigned job counselor will provide you with the most up-to-date job information.

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