At EDGE, our vision is to become a leader and innovator in the environmental consulting industry. In order to achieve that goal, we need ambitious leaders, out-of-the box thinkers and life-long learners on our team. To attract and retain these bright individuals, we offer meaningful, challenging work, competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits plans. Perhaps most importantly, we foster an internal culture full of energy and comradery in which our employees have the freedom and support to thrive.
Today's businesses are facing the most comprehensive and complicated suite of environmental regulations on record. At EDGE, we provide our clients the insight and expertise to achieve their business objectives amidst this complex landscape. We stand apart from other consulting firms by putting the client's needs at the forefront of everything we do, delivering innovative and responsive solutions across multiple practice areas. As a lead member of the Air Quality team, you develop innovative approaches to solving complex problems in all aspects of air permitting and regulatory compliance for your clients. This includes preparing the scope, schedule, and budget for projects while maintaining professional verbal and written communication with clients and regulatory agencies. As an Air Quality Project Manager, you conduct independent technical work in addition to serving as a technical resource on air permitting and regulatory compliance projects. You demonstrate substantial knowledge of project details when interacting directly with major energy, manufacturing and chemical industry clients, as well as applicable regulatory agencies. Working closely with the team members, you supervise, mentor and train them to ensure the timely completion of a technically sound project within budget.
As a member of the Air Quality Management Services Practice, you assist clients in all aspects of air permitting and compliance. This includes preparing technical documents, maintaining professional verbal and written communication with clients and regulatory agencies, and adhering to project deadlines and budgets.