Project Manager

Job Overview

Maintain and uphold, and perform in a manner consistent with, EnviroForensics’ Core Values and Fundamental Behaviors.  Manage all assigned projects and associated phases in a timely and profitable manner. Maintain ownership of project objectives and deliverables with input and direction from Senior Project Managers, Group Manager, and/or Director.  

Job Description

  1. Meet prescribed goals for Project Manager level personnel;
  2. Manage all administrative, budgetary, and technical aspects of assigned projects and tasks;
  3. Communicate project status regularly with client, regulatory agencies, and other project stakeholders, as necessary;
  4. Manage subsurface investigation & remediation projects and tasks in accordance with applicable rules, regulations, and guidance associated with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) State Cleanup, Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP), Underground Storage Tank (UST), Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) and Indiana Financial Authority Brownfield programs, and other applicable state programs.
  5. Complete tasks associated with due diligence projects, including, but not limited to: Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, Limited Site Investigations, U.S. SBA Records Search with Risk Assessment (RSRA), U.S. SBA justification letters, Transaction Screen Assessments (TSA) and reliance letters. Specific activities include:
    1. Become proficient in the standards for preparing due diligence documents and the criteria that constitute All-Appropriate Inquiry as set forth by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ATSM),
    2. Complete site reconnaissance or site walks, as needed, for due diligence projects,
    3. Manage deadlines and ensure client deliverables are met,
    4. Seamlessly work with members of the due diligence team to manage tasks and meet project objectives,
    5. Communicate with clients, as needed and appropriate, to coordinate site activities, perform interviews, and obtain documents, and
    6. Be available outside of core business hours, when necessary, to communicate with client or prepare time-sensitive documents;
    7. Mentor, train, and manage staff, field, and support personnel on tasks and procedures;
  6. Develop and prepare project work scopes and cost proposals;
  7. Actively manage field activities and ensure that work is conducted in accordance with applicable work scopes and quality control standards;
  8. Ensure proper Health & Safety protocol for assigned projects and work tasks
  9. Prepare and/or review documents and deliverables associated with assigned projects;
  10. Maintain a working knowledge of applicable regulations, statutes, and non-rule policy guidance for State and Federal regulatory programs; and
  11. Perform field activities or field oversight, as necessary.


  • Located in Indianapolis-area
  • Advanced knowledge in a relevant area of science, geology, and/or engineering customarily gained through attendance and successful completion of a course of study at an accredited university.
  • 4+ years of progressive environmental consulting-related experience.
  • Use of discretion and professional judgment.

Preferred Experience and Skills:

  • Experience with due diligence projects.
  • Understanding of Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Investigation components, as well as what constitutes All-Appropriate Inquiry.
  • Successful completion of ASTM-led due diligence course.

To apply to this position, send your cover letter, and resume to

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.