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URS- Delaware Valley Hot Reqs.

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  1. 1. Updated 8/1/2012 URS Delaware Valley Key Recruiting Needs: Fort Washington, PAReq# IE69352, Pipeline Project Manager: • BS degree in Engineering (Civil, Mechanical,Petroleum, Chemical, or similar discipline)• Registered Professional Engineer• Minimum 6 years experience in Oil and/or Gas midstream/pipeline industry• Pipeline experience in hydraulic, fluid mechanics, and pipeline operation• Experience in pipeline route selection, and construction• Experience in HDD or Boring design consistent with geographic feature• Experience with Metering, Compression or Pump selection and design• Must have knowledge of codes and standards for liquid and/or gas pipelines including CFR 49, Part 192 & 195,ASME 31.4 & 31.8.• Good communication skills, effectively able to communicate with a diverse range of personality types• Ability to represent the company in a professional manner that ensures confidence, trust, and problem solvingknowledge with existing and potential clients• Self-directed and able to function independently based on experience and pipeline knowledgeReq# URS64276, Ecological Risk Assessor:The successful candidate will be part of ateam of ecologists that conducts a wide range of risk related work that may include:*Site-specific risk-based strategies and ecological risk assessments for Superfund, RCRACorrective Action, RCRA Closure, and UST sites*Natural resource damage assessments*Risk-Based prioritization of contaminated sites*Risk communication and community relations*Expert testimony and risk-based support for litigation involving NPDS permits or contaminatedsites*Risk-based strategies for allocation of remediation costs*Development of remedial action goals*Food web modelsReq# URS66058, Mergers & Acquisitions Manager: The Infrastructure andEnvironment Division of URS is actively seeking a creative, highly talented PrincipalEnvironmental Scientist for immediate employment in the Fort Washington, PA office. Theappropriately qualified applicant will be able to demonstrate an established career in Global Due
  2. 2. Diligence, specific to Mergers & Acquisitions.URS is proud to provide our employees with exciting, challenging projects. The incumbent canlook forward to projects including global due diligence, mergers & acquisitions and conditionassessments.Candidate must be familiar with and have experience with the following:• Transaction screening (process and foreseeable legislation)• Social Responsibility assessment• Vendor/acquirer due diligence• Risk assessment and transfer• Negotiation support• PSA / Indemnity review• Business integration and added value services post acquisition• Exit Strategy/ IPO supportExperience with Mergers and Acquisition process to successfully conduct due diligenceassessments and regulatory compliance audits, including multimedia, multisite, and focusedmedia-specific or regulatory topic-specific audits on a global basis.Req# URS67445, Sr. Program Manager (Rail/Transit), Bachelor’s degree in civil engineeringor related engineering field with a minimum of 15 years extensive and diverse experience in thetransit and rail industry. Position also requires a minimum of 10 years’ experience as aproject/program manager for major transit and rail projects.Must have thorough working knowledge and understanding of transit and rail design andconstruction projects.Must also have demonstrated success in leading programs of capacity improvements,rehabilitation, new construction, and overall infrastructure enhancements.Req# IE70248, Principal Civil Engineer, Minimum BS in Civil or Geotechnical Engineeringwith at least 9 years’ experience performing civil engineering design work in support of privatesector site development and remediation projects. PE Required. Must have synthetic linerdesign, liner installation and earthworks experience. Must have excellent written and oralcommunications skills as well as working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and MS Project.Business Development Skills required. Strong business development and client relationshipskills. Ability to develop and manage civil/environmental work including design work related topreparation of erosion and sediment controls,
  3. 3. Pittsburgh, PAReq# IE68150 Sr. Process Engineer: The successful candidate will:Perform conceptual, preliminary and detail process design of units and unit operations forprocess industries (refining chemicals and power plants).Develop process flow diagrams and P&IDs.Size process equipment and prepare data sheets.Perform heat and material balance, hydraulic and relief protection calculations.Develop process simulation models and optimize designs using commercial process simulationsoftware.Serve as a technical specialist for the office in the application of advanced theories, concepts,principles or processes for an assigned area of responsibility (i.e., subject matter, function, typeof facility or industry).Plan and develop segments of engineering projects with unique or controversial problems thathave an important effect on major organization programs, which involves exploration of subjectarea, definition of scope and selection of problems for investigation, and development of novelconcepts and approaches.Be responsible for interfacing with the client on process issues and insuring that the work ofother engineering disciplines satisfies process requirements.Req#IE68807, Pipeline Engineer: B.S. degree in Engineering.Minimum six years of experience in pipeline design and construction projects in themidstream/pipeline industry.Experience in detailed design of pipeline, meter station design, compressor stations, pumpstations, bid document preparations and FERC filing.Must have knowledge of codes and standards for liquid and/or gas pipelines including CFR 49,Part 192 & 195, ASME 31.3 & 31.8, NEC.Ability to interface effectively with clients.
  4. 4. Williamsport, PAReq#IE68133, Surveyor (PLS):Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Land Surveyingor equivalent experience.A minimum of 5 years’ experience.Must be proficient in Autocad, Civil 3D, Word, Excel.Knowledgeable of Trimble survey equipment.Complete understanding of pulling documents, plans and maps, prepare records of surveys,write/read legal descriptions, prepare map checks, process field data, prepare staking drawingsand calculations for field crews, check/prepare cut sheets, prepare right-of-way maps andcreate DTM’s.This person should have exceptional communication skills and be able to communicate wellverbally and have clear writing skills.Req#IE70235, Client Account Manager:Successful candidate will lead the development ofa field office in the Williamsport area for building upon existing internal and externalrelationships and developing new ones to maximize the capture of new work in the areas of gasexploration and production companies. In addition to developing local staff, the candidate willhave an established practice and a broad network of local, regional, and corporate resourcesand staff to build upon.Responsible for the use of technical and regulatory experience in all areas of Oil and Gas andrelated programs, from permitting and water sourcing through design and construction.Responsible for preparing effective proposals and oral presentations for the purpose of sellingURS services to clients. The candidate for this position is expected to be a visible presence inthe local business community representing URS, and will benefit from success in achievinggoals. This position will be part of a multi-disciplined team of professionals working on allaspects of Marcellus projects and will be supported by URSs civil and environmental engineers,geoscientists, biologists, and other staff of over 500 employees throughout Pennsylvania to helpexpand services and client base. Newark, DE
  5. 5. Req # IE68758- Principal Hydrogeologist, PHD level w/ 15 Years + Exp. Thesuccessful candidate will be expected to provide strong hydrogeological skills and projectmanagement expertise, as well as, bring new and innovative technologies and methodologies toclient projects broadly across client and office portfolios. The successful candidate will beexpected to provide programmatic leadership and support business development with existingand new clients through application of innovative science (approaches and solutions) to thetoughest challenges. Their involvement will likely include activities, such as, client scienceadvisory panels, academic forums, and technology networks. Their influence will likely includecontributions to projects and technical challenges both in the US and abroad.The successful candidate should have significant experience with characterizing spatialdistribution of DNAPL and groundwater quality, and with groundwater-surface water interaction.Understanding the fundamentals of DNAPL fate and transport and having the ability to buildconceptual models of subsurface processes is critical. Analytical or numerical modeling skillsare required. This position requires the ability to analyze and integrate soil, groundwater,surface water and sediment data and communicate that understanding effectively inpresentations and technical reports. The successful candidate will report directly to a seniorproject manager, but will have technical program management responsibility and direct the day-to-day efforts of other less experienced staff.Req# URS64729- PrincipalEnvironmental Engineer, Professional Engineer, 8+years engineering and project management experience with soil and groundwater remediationfeasibility studies, remedial design, construction, and operation .Req# URS61230- Environmental Compliance Technical Leader, A Seller-Doer roleperforming, managing, and developing environmental compliance, monitoring, and auditingprograms for multiple chemical and industrial clients. Candidate will be responsible formanaging and mentoring support staff of approximately 2-15 persons. Candidate must be highlymotivated with good client communication skills both in written and verbal forms. Some travelmay be required (estimated ~20%). Occasional work at client sites may be necessary.