Posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This position involves maintaining time-lapse cameras at job sites to capture both the progress of construction and subsequent rain events. Technician can expect to drive to job sites to place new cameras, maintain current cameras, swap memory cards, and replace batteries in our time-lapse cameras. Job sites are often located in the woods along stream channels; conditions may be very swampy. Collected photographs will then be sorted and uploaded to the company server. The technician will use stop motion software to create videos from the collected photographs. Technician will also perform other duties as needed to support the design/build team.
Visit approx. 10 sites every two to three weeks to check the status of each camera, replace batteries as needed, and to retrieve photographs.
Photos must also be gathered after each significant rain event, and made into movies to aid the engineering team in evaluating how each project is responding to the influx of water.
Upload photos to the server and update the camera status document with information such as GPS coordinates and the date of photo retrieval.
Update a rain vs. video log after each rain event video has been made.
Travel to sites to place new cameras as necessary.
Must have a driver’s license and own transportation; job sites are spread throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Must be in good physical condition – cameras are typically set 10-20 feet above the ground. Applicants must be able to carry a ladder through job sites and climb to reach the cameras.
Basic computer skills to update and maintain an excel sheet denoting the status and location of each active camera, and to sort photos and upload them to the correct locations.
Willing to learn new skills and cooperate with the team.
No video editing experience necessary, but welcomed.
Must be comfortable with navigating forested terrain, and heights.
Hours: This position is 40 hours per week.
Rate: $13.50/hour plus mileage
To apply: Send your resume and a cover letter to Pegeen McGlathery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Underwood & Associates (U&A) seeks a highly motivated and competent Construction Foreman to coordinate operations and oversee workers at environmental restoration construction sites. As the point of reference of both workers and supervisors, you will be a key person responsible for project completion.
The Foreman will oversee one of two construction crews employed by U&A. You will report directly to the Construction Project Manager, and also to the Company Principal who works on the job sites.
Great organizational skills and excellent communication and motivational skills are required. You must know environmental construction work and machine operations and be experienced in managing a team.
At times you may be asked to work alongside the other construction crew and its Foreman to complete larger projects.
Coordinate tasks according to priorities and plans
Produce schedules and monitor attendance of crew
Allocate general and daily responsibilities
Supervise and train workers
Guarantee all safety precautions and quality standards are met
Supervise the use of machinery and equipment
Monitor expenditure and ensure it remains within budget
Resolve problems when they arise
Document work progress daily, including photos
Communicate daily with Principal, including evening phone calls
Support Construction Project Manager with appropriate documentation for Change Order Requests
Interface with project inspectors, contractors, architects, engineers, city and county officials, and clients
Qualifications, pay range, benefits, and other information are detailed in the job posting linked above.
Water Resources Engineer/Ecological Engineer/Project Manager
Underwood & Associates is committed to combining the needs of a developing society with an adjusting environment. As a design/build firm we provide environmental engineering services and field construction services to restore the native interconnected hydrologic cycles through sand seepage wetland and stream restoration.
We are seeking a motivated water resources specialist to support our design and permitting efforts for stream restoration, living shorelines, wetland creation, and habitat restoration projects. If you have value to offer and a passion for ecological resources we offer a tremendous opportunity for professional growth. You will be given the opportunity to participate in rewarding work and your efforts will directly impact both the value of the company, and our surrounding environment.
The selected candidate will join a team to support our design and construction efforts. Prior experience is required. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to a broad variety of efforts. Duties will include but are not limited to:
· watershed delineation and characterization
· hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and modeling
· drafting of technical/engineering reports
· project design and grading
· permit preparation and submittal
· responding to agency comments
· meeting with clients and regulators
· stormwater design and retrofit
· TMDL and MS4 accounting
· construction oversight and support
· management and oversight of small team
Job requirements, salary range, benefits, and other information are included in the job posting linked above.
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