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🔗Environmental Scientist (Indiana)

  • Full Time
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • $55,000 - $70,000 USD / Year
  • December 31, 2023
  • How to Apply:

ASC Group


Established in 1986, ASC Group, Inc., is a woman-owned cultural and environmental resources consulting company with a reputation for professionalism and expertise. The company specializes in archaeology, architectural history, ecology, and environmental services and has offices located throughout the Midwest, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Our passion is to discover and share our unique cultural and natural environment.

We are seeking an Environmental Scientist and air permitting specialist to join our Indiana team. This position will report to the Indiana Regional Manager and work from our Indianapolis office. The right person will enjoy:

Competitive compensation and benefits
A collaborative team and excellent work environment
Paid holidays and vacation
A professional network that extends throughout the Midwest
The opportunity to work with established and upcoming industry professionals
Training and professional development opportunities


The ideal candidate will have a bachelor of science in geology, environmental studies, ecology, natural resources, or a related field; a minimum of 3-5 years experience in environmental consulting. Depending on the candidate’s background, experience with the following is desired:

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) ASTM 1527-21
Phase II ESA ASTM 1903-19
Brownfield Redevelopment, Risk Assessments, Engineering and Institutional Controls
Corrective Action Plan and Cessation of Regulated Operations
Petroleum Sites and UST/AST Removal and Installation
NEPA Documentation including Categorical Exclusions; Environmental Assessments; Environmental Impact Statement; and Findings of No Significant Impact
ASTM E2356-18 Standard Practice for Comprehensive Building Asbestos Baseline Surveys, Project Design Surveys, and Pre-Construction Surveys
National Emissions Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) Surveys
EPCRA Documentation and Reporting: Hazardous Chemical Storage Reporting (EPA-Tier 2 Submit); Local Emergency Planning Committee–Emergency Response Plans; Toxic Release Inventory Reporting (TRI)

The individual must meet INDOT pre-qualification requirements in either air compliance or in hazardous materials assessments. The preferred candidate will have some experience with a broad range of field investigations that may include ecological, wetlands, or threatened and endangered species surveys. Excellent written and oral communication skills, familiarity with standard office software packages, and the ability to work independently and as a team member are important.

Other desirable experience includes an Indiana asbestos assessment license or a State of Indiana lead-based paint assessor’s license. Our desired, well-rounded candidate will be able to prepare technical reports and assist with proposals. They will coordinate and communicate with clients, maintain schedules and project budgets, and assist with new staff training and development. Field work may include overnight travel within Indiana and neighboring states.

If you’re interested in joining our team, we’d love to talk to you. Please apply here:

Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. This position is physically located in Indiana and no relocation is offered. ASC is an equal employment opportunity employer

ASC Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job posting is designed to be a good representation of the job requirements but is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of the employee.

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