• Environmental Technician
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Jr. Project Manager with IH Focus

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying for any of the Openings listed, please provide a confidential cover letter and resume via email to

We are looking for a good “fit”

Green Street Environmental (GSE) is searching for individuals who “fit” our Company culture to help with, take part in, and benefit from the Company’s expansion.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

GSE is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other lawfully protected status.


Environmental Technicians

An Environmental Technician’s primary role is to perform field work and reporting at the direction of an Environmental Scientist or Project Manager. Job responsibilities include but are certainly not limited to: performing and assisting with field activities; site monitoring and reporting for asbestos, lead-based paint, mold, indoor air quality, and OSHA worker safety; Phase I ESAs, well installation; tank removals; and soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and vapor sampling. Projects sometimes involve travel, shift-work, working outside and in buildings (in harsh environments in certain cases), and working off-hour shifts (in certain cases). Compensation and benefits are commensurate with experience and credentials. Entry-level Environmental Technician positions are available that do not require any experience. Part-time Environmental Technician positions are also available.

Environmental Scientists

Environmental Scientists work individually or as a part of a project team to perform or assist with environmental site assessments (Phase I and II ESAs); on-site investigations of contaminated soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and vapor; and preparation of technical reports. Additional tasks may include performing inspections, sampling, and/or monitoring for asbestos-containing materials, lead-based paint, mold, PCBs, and other regulated building materials. Environmental Scientists perform work at the direction of Project Managers and are required to be technically proficient and maintain credentials necessary to perform environmental investigation and engineering tasks. Environmental Scientists should have strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with project team members, regulators, and clients. They should also possess strong technical and problem-solving skills with attention to detail and the ability to multi-task. Environmental Scientists are expected to have strong computer skills, including word processing and the use of spreadsheets. A flexible working style with the ability to work independently as well as with teams of specialists to meet client and project needs is also necessary. Environmental Scientists should also be willing to travel and periodically adjust personal schedules to meet project needs. Compensation and benefits are commensurate with experience and credentials.

Project Managers

Project Managers are considered to be experienced and competent professionals. As such, they generally operate autonomously within a designated group under the direction of a Group Director. They are responsible for interpreting, organizing, executing, budgeting, and coordinating projects. Project Managers duties include planning, scheduling, conducting, or coordinating detailed phases of work within a large project, or in total for a smaller project. They supervise a staff of scientists, industrial hygienists, and technicians as well as sub-consultants and lead project meetings and give presentations. They act as a mentor to lower level employees. They routinely interact with clients, officials, and contractors. They visualize and assume responsibility for new business development activities. Project Managers stay informed of new developments, regulations, and requirements affecting GSE, review operational procedures to ensure compliance with applicable policies, and recommend new practices or changes accordingly. Professional credentials are required for Sr. Project Managers and are strongly encouraged for Jr. Project Managers (PE, PG, CIH, CHMM, CIE, or CSP). Compensation and benefits are commensurate with experience and credentials.