Senior Managing Consultant or Principal, LSP in Massachusetts - #1701222


Date: 3 days ago
City: Portland, ME
Contract type: Full time

Licensed Site Professional in Massachusetts

Job location: New England Region: Boston, Westford or Amherst, MA; Portland, ME,  Hartford, CT


Are you eager to develop your excellence in an inclusive, collaborative, and empowering community? Are you excited about joining a company that strives to make a difference – for its employees, clients, and society? Are you motivated by creating sustainable change that benefits society and nature?

Ramboll is a global multi-disciplinary engineering, design, and consultancy company. We truly support and encourage your professional development, invite you to unfold your ingenuity and contribute to exciting and innovative projects, and work for sustainable change so people and nature can flourish.

If this sounds like it’s for you, then this role could be the perfect opportunity! Join our Environment and Health department as our new Massachusetts LSP, and work with us to close the gap to a sustainable future.

We invite you to bring your Environmental Consulting experience along with your strong leadership skills as you contribute to innovative and sustainable environmental solutions and help us grow our business in New England. This position offers great opportunity for local leadership and advancement, as we are looking for recognized leaders in the consulting marketplace for the New England area. We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP) to join our team. As an LSP, you will be responsible for managing and overseeing the investigation, assessment, and remediation of contaminated sites in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). Your role will involve working closely with clients, government agencies, and other stakeholders to ensure compliance with applicable environmental regulations and achieve the desired outcomes for site cleanup and restoration.

If you are an LSP and have a strong foothold in the Massachusetts market and desire the potential responsibility of becoming a leader for Ramboll, this is the role for you!

Your new role

As our new LSP in Massachusetts, you will join our stellar New England team that supports clients with a wide range of environmental issues. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing technical and business leadership and contribute to advanced solutions in the environmental, chemical, commercial, manufacturing, government, energy, financial, insurance, and/or law sectors. In addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate an ability to generate and maintain a volume of business sufficient to support the growth of the firm.  Typically, successful applicants generate at least enough business to support 2-3 staff members working on MCP related matters.  

This individual will have experience managing consulting assignments, must work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams, is expected to be proficient in the analysis and communication of information, and must be able to work cooperatively with agencies, organizations, and individuals to guide decision-making.  The successful candidate also is expected to be proficient in all facets of project management. He/she must demonstrate a commitment to mentoring and developing staff and collaboration with colleagues throughout the Practice.

Your key tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Site Investigation and Assessment:
    • Conduct comprehensive site investigations to identify potential sources of contamination, evaluate risks, and develop appropriate remediation strategies.
    • Collect soil, groundwater, and other environmental samples and analyze them in accordance with standard protocols and regulations.
    • Perform data interpretation, risk assessment, and modeling to determine the extent and nature of contamination and its potential impact on human health and the environment.
  2. Remediation Planning and Implementation:
    • Develop and implement effective remediation plans based on the findings of site investigations and risk assessments.
    • Design and oversee the implementation of remediation strategies, which may include excavation, soil vapor extraction, groundwater treatment, in-situ bioremediation, or other appropriate methods.
    • Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, guidelines, and permits during the remediation process.
  3. Regulatory Compliance and Reporting:
    • Interact and coordinate with regulatory agencies, such as the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP), to obtain necessary approvals, permits, and closure documentation.
    • Prepare and submit comprehensive reports, including site investigation reports, risk assessment reports, remedial action plans, progress reports, and closure reports.
    • Keep abreast of changes in environmental regulations and guidelines, and ensure compliance with evolving requirements.
  4. Client Management and Communication:
    • Serve as the primary point of contact for clients and stakeholders, providing regular updates on project status, milestones, and deliverables.
    • Collaborate with project teams, including environmental engineers, geologists, and technicians, to ensure smooth execution of projects.
    • Communicate complex technical information to clients and stakeholders in a clear and concise manner.
  5. Quality Control and Assurance:
    • Implement quality control and assurance measures to ensure accurate and reliable data collection, analysis, and reporting.
    • Conduct periodic audits and reviews of project activities to verify compliance with project plans, regulations, and best practices.
    • Identify and address any deviations or discrepancies in project execution promptly.

Your new team

As part of the New England team, you will be part of a creative group, filled with people who are really excited about solving clients’ ecological problems and creating sustainable solutions for them. You will work with all levels of technical expertise from entry level team members to members with decades of experience, many of whom are subject matter experts in their own fields. And you will engage in a continual learning environment through coaching, mentoring, and on the job tasks.

About you

From the moment you start at Ramboll, we will support your personal and professional development, we want you to continue to grow with our company! While we look forward to supporting your continued learning and development, for this role we have identified some qualifications, skills, and capabilities that will set you up for success.

These include:

  1. Possession of a valid Massachusetts LSP license is mandatory.
  2. Bachelor's or Master's degree in environmental science, geology, engineering, or a related field.
  3. Extensive experience (typically 10+ years) in conducting site investigations and remediation projects in accordance with the MCP.
  4. Solid understanding of environmental regulations, guidelines, and best practices related to contaminated site cleanup in Massachusetts.
  5. Proficiency in data analysis, risk assessment, and modeling techniques.
  6. Excellent project management skills, including the ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  7. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with clients, regulatory agencies, and project teams.
  8. Attention to detail, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities.
  9. Knowledge of environmental sampling techniques and laboratory analysis methods.
  10. Familiarity with environmental software and tools commonly used in site investigation and remediation projects.
  11. While not required, bringing existing clients/projects to Ramboll would be preferred.

Personal qualities that will help you succeed in this role include:

Being a confident communicator with superior management skills, having natural leadership talent and the ability to motivate multidisciplinary teams across geographical borders, and have the motivation and ability to generate and maintain a sufficient volume of business to support company growth.

What we can offer you

  • Interesting and diverse projects
  • The opportunity to work with some of the best and brightest professionals in your field
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Excellent health and retirement benefits
  • Investment in your development
  • Leaders you can count on, guided by our Leadership Principles
  • Appreciation for the unique person you are
  • The long-term thinking of a foundation-owned company
  • Inspiration from colleagues, clients, and projects 

Work at the heart of sustainable change

Ramboll is a global architecture, engineering, and consultancy company. We believe that the purpose of sustainable change is to create a thriving world for both nature and people. So, that’s where we start – and how we work. At Ramboll, our core strength is our people, and our history is rooted in a clear vision of how a responsible company should act. Being open and curious is a cornerstone of our culture. We embrace an inclusive mindset that looks for fresh, diverse, and innovative perspectives. We respect, embrace, and invite diversity in all forms to actively cultivate an environment where everyone can flourish and realize their full potential.

Ready to join us?

Please submit your application online. Be sure to include all relevant documents including your CV and cover letter, connecting your background to the requirements of the role. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. No sponsorship is available for this position.  We look forward to receiving your application!

Ramboll in the Americas

Founded in Denmark, Ramboll is a foundation-owned people company. Ramboll has thousands of experts working across more than 70 offices in the Americas, delivering innovative solutions within Environment & Health, Water, Energy, and Planning & Urban Design. We invite you to contribute to a sustainable future working in an open, collaborative, and empowering company. Combining local experience with global knowledge, we together shape the societies of tomorrow.

An equal opportunity employer

Equality, diversity, and inclusion is at the heart of what we do. At Ramboll, we believe that diversity is a strength, and that different experiences and perspectives are essential to creating truly sustainable societies. We invite applications from candidates of all backgrounds, regardless of age, disability or medical condition, gender identity, marriage and domestic partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, ancestry, or national origin, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation, military service and veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. Ramboll wants to ensure opportunities are accessible to candidates with disabilities. Please reach out to our recruitment team to discuss any adjustments that you might require during the application process.



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