APPALACHIA OPERATIONS MANAGER - A rapidly growing environmental science and engineering consulting company supporting the oil and gas, mining, and energy industries is seeking a Regional Operations Manager to develop and manage its operations in the Appalachian Region, The ideal candidate will have seven or more years of experience as an environmental scientist or engineer working in the oil and gas or energy industries. Activities will include environmental consulting in the areas of compliance and permitting, and project management. This successful candidate will report to the Principal in Charge and be based in our Marietta, Ohio Office.

Desired Credentials and
o A bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Soil Science ,Geology, Biology or related field
o 7 to 10 years of experience in environmental project management and environmental compliance
o Environmental Compliance in Appalachian Region including
o 404 Permitting
o NPDES Permitting
o Water Quality Assessment
o Stormwater Management
o Wetland Delineation
o Air Quality
o Oil and gas consulting and field experience
o Excellent customer service and business development skills
o Strong interpersonal, entrepreneurial, and teambuilding skills
o Excellent written, oral communication, and computer skills
o Prior safety training and related environmental training a plus
o Ability to travel
o Provide planning, direction, logistics, and technical task leadership
o Integrate scheduling, budgeting, quality controls, and safety for crews
o Ability to perform project or unit level profit-loss
o Cultivate client relationships, develop business, and assist with proposals
Salary will be commensurate with experience and skills. KC Harvey offers an excellent benefits package.

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