Environmental Project Manager

ECS Limited

Charlotte , North Carolina


Why ECS? We have grit. What does that mean for you? That one descriptive word defines our company culture. At ECS, GRIT is made up of four characteristics: guts, resilience, initiative and tenacity. Our boots are made for working. 


We focus on developing the people, systems and expertise that allow us to be the consulting firm of choice. Our footprint spans the nation and countless sectors, making us flexible and giving you options. Our passion is to provide high quality services and innovative approaches to our clients. We are looking for problem solvers. Do you have your boots ready?


As an Environmental Project Manager, you have no problem successfully navigating competing priorities. Your technical expertise is something you take pride in, and you know how to exceed your clients expectations. Your experience in Phase I/II studies, investigations, assessments, remediation design and compliance, as well as a passion for the environment, is what keeps you motivated in this field. Your great communication skills help you interact with your team and clients with ease. You also have a “can do” attitude and are ready to take on any project thrown your way – and that’s why you’ll have all the opportunity for career growth within our company you’ll want. 


You will be part of a dynamic, growing and energized team – and your role is key to the success of ECS. While your job duties may fluctuate day to day, here are some areas we expect to see you proficient in:

  • Daily management of all phases of environmental projects:
  • Phase I/II Studies, wetland delineations, groundwater, and soil investigations
  • Risk Assessments and Hydrogeologic Studies
  • Underground storage tank assessment and remediation assessments
  • Industrial Hygiene Services
  • Report and proposal preparation and review
  • Budgeting and invoicing
  • Marketing including development of a client database and business development
  • State and local environmental regulations
  • Want to experience what all this job really entails


If you can accomplish the above, your boots are probably ready for walking right into this role. Realistically though, you need the following to be considered:

  • BS in Geology or a discipline related to Environmental Science
  • 3-5 years of asbestos, mold, and industrial hygiene experience
  • PE or PG license would go a long way



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