Senior Professional – Site Assessment and Remediation – New England

Senior Professional – Site Assessment and Remediation
Location: Connecticut, Massachusetts or New York
Service: Environmental Sciences

Growing multidiscipline AE firm offers an exciting opportunity for a Senior Professional with strong Business Development experience including a high focus on resource and workload planning and managing the successful delivery of projects, to contribute to the growth and success of our Northeast Site Assessment and Remediation business practice. BL Companies is an ENR Top 500 firm that provides engineering, architecture, environmental, and land surveying services to its clients, with nine offices throughout the eastern United States.

The selected candidate will have the opportunity to create unique opportunities by integrating BL Companies’ engineering, architecture, and survey services into industrial/manufacturing, brownfields and redevelopment projects. We seek someone with a proven track record delivering environmental services to industry and real estate entities. Professional certification (PE, LSP, LEP) is a plus.

This individual will work closely with BL Companies’ Senior Management to expand the company’s footprint in the Northeast through business development, client management and successful project delivery. The selected candidate will operate out of BL Companies’ Connecticut, Massachusetts, or New York offices. The candidate will also participate in BL’s leadership development programs and will have a unique opportunity to make a broad and significant contribution to BL’s growth while advancing their leadership skills.

BL Companies offers an excellent benefits package and fosters a growth-oriented work environment. Please apply online or send resume to: Human Resources, BL Companies, 355 Research Parkway, Meriden, CT 06450, via fax to 2013-630-2615 or email An Employee Owned Company. Affirmative Action. EOE.

Senior Professional – Site Assessment and Remediation – New England was last modified: October 10th, 2016 by Heather Halotek