Posted on May 7
Internships with ENSIGN ENERGY in Texas
Ensign Drilling has four openings for engineering students in an internship program. They would likely be working as part of our Advanced Performance Management (APM) Team who works with our rig crews in improving rig performance and penetration rates.
For more information, please contact Vicki.Brouillette@ensignenergy.com
Posted on May 5
Summer internships with MMRI
The Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute has two summer intern positions open for the of Summer 2021. These positions will help with the construction of a hydrogeological database for an NSF funded project. Experience in the interpretation of petrophysical logs is a plus, but not required. Please send your resume to Dr. Greg Easson at email@example.com if you are interested. Dr. Easson says that they can work around field camp attendance if necessary.
Posted on April 23
Arcadis is hiring entry level geologists. Apply at: https://careers.arcadis.com/
Posted on April 14
Nevada Gold Mines
Nevada Gold Mines based out of Elko Nevada, is looking for a highly motivated individual for a contract position that will be available beginning in May. Primary duties include underground ore control and core logging. It’s a great opportunity to get your foot in the door and build some experience that would bolster a resume.
For more info, please contact Dakota Kolb on LinkedIn or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on April 9
Geotechnical Project Engineer
GameChange Solar is a global leader in solar trackers and fixed-tilt structures with active power plants all over the world. We are one of the fastest-growing, most dynamic companies in the solar industry and we are currently accepting applications for a Geotechnical Project Engineer.
For more informations go to: https://gamechangesolar.com/career
Posted on March 26
Two tenure track positions at University of Oklahoma
The University of Oklahoma, Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering (MPGE) invites applications for two assistant professor tenure track faculty positions to begin January 2022.
- GeoEnergy Resources and Storage
- Low Carbon Emission Operations
Posted on March 17
Environmental Engineering – Memphis
EnSafe Inc., an employee-owned, global professional environmental, health, and safety consulting firm, is currently accepting applications for an entry-level Environmental Engineer in the Memphis, Tennessee headquarters. This person will work with the environmental compliance team to provide multi-media support to clients nationwide.
Specific job responsibilities may include:
- Performing environmental inspections at client facilities;
- Development of spill and storm water management plans;
- Performing storm water and wastewater monitoring;
- Completing annual emergency planning reports and community right-to-know reports;
- Performing waste determinations;
- Performing air emission calculations and report preparation;
- Regulatory research;
- Site investigation activities;
- Environmental sample collection; and
- Subcontractor oversight and management of field health and safety.
Candidates must have a BS in Engineering (Chemical, Environmental, or Civil) and successfully passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam or have the ability to pass the exam within 6 months. Candidates with previous environmental/engineering consulting experience or internships are strongly encouraged to apply as well. Ideal candidates will have strong oral and written communication and PC skills with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
Posted on 2/23/2021
Outreach Water Quality Specialist II/III.
Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa has an opening as Outreach Water Quality Specialist II/III.
Posted on 2/10/2021
Colorado State University – Hydrogeologist
Colorado State University Department of Geosciences is looking to hire a Hydrogeology Specialist at the Research Associate II level. This position will provide support to the Water Resources Division (WRD) of the National Park Service (NPS) in Fort Collins, CO. In cooperation with WRD, this position will improve NPS’s understanding of the status and sustainability of park groundwater resources primarily by developing a database that characterizes NPS groundwater resources. The overall groundwater database will involve compiling, analyzing, interpreting, and/or presenting existing spatial, construction, hydrogeologic, water quality, water use, and water right information associated with NPSwells and springs throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Development of this database will also involve identifying and satisfying significant data gaps through field- and office-based actions such as communicating with park staff, reviewing NPS records and state and federal databases, performing camera surveys to evaluate well conditions, measuring groundwater levels and water quality, conducting pumping and recovery tests (e.g. step-drawdown and constant-rate tests), and analyzing and interpreting pumping and recovery test data to estimate aquifer parameters and develop sustainable pumping schedules.
On an as-needed basis, this position may also provide hydrogeologic expertise in support of investigations and technical assistance requests submitted by park units throughout the United States. Generally, such technical assistance requires collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of hydrogeologic information and data. More specifically, this secondary responsibility may involve various office- and field-based tasks such as reviewing literature, performing site reconnaissance, creating maps, conducting geophysical surveys, installing and maintaining data-logging pressure transducers and water quality meters, and developing technical reports or presentations.
The posted deadline for applications is February 15, 2021 but applications after that deadline can still be considered. The preferred start date in March 15 2021 and the position is funded until September 30, 2021. If funding becomes available, the term of this position may be extended. For more information and to apply for the position use the following link:
If you have any questions, contact Bill Sanford at william.sanford@….
Posted on 2/2/2021
Geohydrology Internship Program (paid summer research for undergrad or grad students).
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 – 20:30
*Geohydrology Internship Program (paid summer research for undergrad or grad
The Kansas Geological Survey is hiring TWO interns for summer 2021 to research Kansas’ intermittent streams. One position will be primarily focused on hydrology and the other primarily on biogeochemistry, but both interns will gain interdisciplinary experience in field, laboratory, and computational techniques to help prepare them for a career in the geosciences. Internships are open to current students (undergrad or grad) and recent graduates and paid at $15/hr.
More info and to apply: http://www.kgs.ku.edu/Hydro/gipIndex.html  (review begins February 21).
Or, contact Sam Zipper (email@example.com ) and Erin Seybold (firstname.lastname@example.org ) with questions.
COVID notes: We are optimistic we’ll be able to host interns in person, but if that is not possible, internships can be conducted remotely. However, given the difficulties of international travel this year we will only consider applicants already located and authorized to work in the US.
Public – accessible to all site users http://www.kgs.ku.edu/Hydro/gipIndex.html
Posted on 1/23/2021
The Indiana Geological and Water Survey, a research institute of Indiana University, seeks applications for three research geologists with expertise in the water-rock-energy continuum. We are particularly interested in dynamic, cross-trained scientists who will contribute to long-term mapping programs of geology and groundwater resources in Indiana and beyond. Bachelor’s Degree required with preference to candidates with a Master’s Degree or work experience. Geological knowledge of Indiana and the Midwest is desired. Salary range $50,000-$55,000 with ample University benefits package. Complete job posting is on the IU Jobs website (https://jobs.iu.edu) under position numbers 293195, 293200, and 293201. Application deadline is February 1, 2021 with a negotiable starting date on or before July 1, 2021.
Assistant Director for Research
Indiana Geological and Water Survey
The Department of Defense is offering internships and other funding opportunities for students from high school to graduate school engaged in studying in STEM related fields. The link below offers an array of opportunities in which students can engage in hands-on research at DOD laboratories and facilities.
Job Title: Hydrogeologist 3– Open Competitive
Job ID: 61749
Entry Rate: $55,206.84 Yearly
Maximum Rate: $97,179.42 Yearly
Closing Date: January 28, 2021
Bachelors degree in Geology, Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Environmental Engineering, Toxicology, Environmental Science or related field. Two years of experience in groundwater modeling and/or environmental impact evaluation or site specific risk assessment are required.
To apply log in to: https://www.miamidade.gov/global/humanresources/jobs/home.page
If you are interested in an entry-level position as a oceanographers, physicists, geophysicists or physical scientists, this is a great opportunity: https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/navoceanojobs. Go to Flyer #20-009
Apply before December 31st.
Upcoming opportunity (as early as January 2021) for an entry-level position as a geologist working in injection well and production well construction projects in Fort Myers, Florida. Please reach out to Anamaria at the coordinates below if interested.
Anamaria Sarmiento, P.G.
Senior Hydrogeologist, Water
Black & Veatch
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Office: +1 786-347-1392 | Mobile: +1 786-210-5030 | Email: SarmientoA@BV.com