Site Assessment Project Manager, Los Angeles, CA

Site Assessment Project Manager, Los Angeles, CA

Essential Functions:

  • Review and coordinate work conducted by environmental site assessment Master Services Agreement (MSA) contractors in the areas of:
    • Initial screening of proposed school sites
    • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
    • Soils Disposition Evaluation (Compliance with Specification 01440)
    • Health/Safety risk assessment
    • Preliminary Environmental Assessment
    • Remedial Investigation / Feasibility Study
    • Public Participation Plan
    • Preparation and implementation of Removal Action Workplans / Remedial Action Plans
    • Lead paint, mold and asbestos survey and mitigation
  • Assist in contract development, and oversight of remediation contractors
  • Establish and maintain project budgets and schedules pertaining to environmental investigations and remediation efforts.
  • Provide technical advice to OEHS Management in terms of oversight of environmental site assessment contractors as well as contractor budget and schedule control.
  • Prepare and coordinate the environmental review process for individual projects with the Facilities

Services Division (“Facilities”) requirements for:

  • Project scheduling
  • Budgeting
  • Land acquisition
  • School design and construction
  • Emergency response
  • Waste disposal
  • Demolition

Knowledge and Critical Skills/Expertise

Required Experience:

  • Ten (10) years full time paid experience in management of environmental investigations and remediation conducted under the direction of the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) or comparable regulatory agency.

Required Education:

  • Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Geology, Engineering or related field
  • Site investigation and remedial strategies; federal, state and local environmental regulations; Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) and South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) protocols.

We strongly believe in making a difference—for our clients, our communities, and ourselves. As such, we seek the best in our employees. In turn, we offer a competitive compensation package including medical, dental, and vision insurances, life insurance, paid holiday, vacation, and sick days, and a 401 (k) retirement plan.

Cordoba Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer