[ES_JOBS_NET] Air Permitting Engineer/Scientist, Weaver Consultants Group – Centennial, CO

Air Permitting
Engineer/Scientist Weaver Consultants Group – Centennial, COhttp://weaverboos.hrmdirect.com/employment/view.php?req=449257

Air Permitting Engineer/Scientist 
From its inception in 1991, Weaver Consultants Group has
been founded upon the tenets of attentive and responsive
customer service, strong project management, and solid
internal financial controls. The quality of our people,
our focus on understanding and responding to our clients’
needs, and our application of good business management
practices have resulted in most new projects originating
from our existing customer base. Over the years, our
professionals have faced the challenges of a constantly
changing industry. Shifting federal and state regulations,
cultural trends, and technical innovations have vastly
impacted the way businesses work. Throughout it all, our
team has remained dedicated to our clients, helping to
identify pragmatic solutions to help them achieve their
business objectives. 
Weaver Consultants Group prides itself on our people – A
talented group of engineers, scientists, support staff and
administrators who are as dedicated to client service as
they are to their professional or technical discipline. If
you are a motivated and committed individual, please apply
to join our growing team! 
WCG Denver office is seeking candidates for Staff
Engineer/Scientist position. This position will support a
wide variety of projects including preparing which will
include air permit applications, air emissions
inventories, compliance reports, and perform air quality
modeling. Other responsibilities will include supporting
other engineering disciplines related to the ongoing work
in the office. Responsibilities: 

Assist in preparation of major and minor source
permit applications

Perform emission calculations

Review and analyze results of emissions testing

Determine state and federal regulation applicability

Communicating with local and state authorities as
appropriate.

Conduct air quality dispersion modeling

Prepare air quality regulatory compliance reports

Support preparation of proposals

Ability to travel for field responsibilities, travel
up to 50%

Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in
Environmental/Chemical/Civil Engineering

Knowledge and understanding of state and federal air
quality regulations

1 – 2 year experience in air quality permitting or
compliance projects

Specific knowledge of general air permitting
process: NSR, Title V, PSD, BACT

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Must be able to perform multiple tasks with firm
deadlines.

AutoCAD skills considered a plus

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