Title: Project Manager-Indoor Air Quality
Project Manager-Indoor Air Quality
The Project Manager position within the Indoor Air Quality Group will provide field services in the subject matters of asbestos, lead, mold, radon, and other indoor air quality parameters. Environmental consulting within the world of indoor air quality/industrial hygiene is a dynamic and fast paced environment. The wide variety of parameters all share a common thread in process; development of a sampling plan, sampling and investigation, creation of a work plan to remediate the issue, possible remediation management and monitoring, clearance testing and ongoing operations and management plans. The Project Manager is involved in day-to-day field activities of the Group’s active projects and plays a vital role in facilitating the successful completion of each project.
Role and Responsibilities
· Provide a well-informed and thorough survey of the client's property using the training you will receive and the equipment provided by BBG.
· Perform environmental surveys for hazards such as, but not limited to: asbestos, lead, mold, radon, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This includes both visual inspections of the work area and proper sampling techniques.
· Legibly fill out a Chain of Custody (COC) form for each inspection (some jobs may require several depending on the types of inspections performed).
· Prepare inspection reports based on the conditions you will observe at the job site with in-depth notes with the type of material, its location, the quantity, and any other required information.
· Confidently answer clients' questions and concerns in a respectful and informed manner.
· Perform inspections in a timely manner (including drive-time) to maintain scheduled appointments.
- Inspections may be performed in various environments based on our clients' needs including, but not limited to: indoors, outdoors, hot and cold temperatures, and inclement weather.
- While necessary precautions and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will be in use, due to the nature of the industry, you will be in contact with various environmental hazards including, but not limited to: asbestos, lead, mold, radon, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
- Inspections may include climbing ladders to access attics and roofs.
- Inspections may include entering confined spaces such as crawlspaces to perform the necessary work duties.
- Must be able to carry approximately 50 pounds throughout a work day.
- Must be able to work 40-50 hours per week.
- Must be located in Ohio or the surrounding area
- Must be willing to travel at least 50% of the time.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D. (Required)
- College Degree in a science based discipline (Preferred)
- Asbestos Building Inspector Certification
- Lead Based Paint Inspector
- NRSB Radon Measurement Specialist or Technician Certification and/or NRPP Radon Measurement Professional (Preferred, Not Required at Time of Employment)
- Must maintain a clean DMV driving record and provide upon request.