State College, PA

Project Geologist/Hydrogeologist

Project Geologist/Hydrogeologist – The ideal candidate will have 5 or more years of experience in geologic and hydrogeologic projects, including field work and long-term monitoring efforts.  Minimum educational requirements include a 4 year academic degree in geology.  Master’s degree is a plus.  Licensure as a Pennsylvania Professional Geologist (PG) preferred.  Qualified candidates must have proficient verbal and written communication skills, excellent computer skills, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work as part of a team.  Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint, as well as water-quality meter use, and datalogger programming and use (Win Situ, Levelogger, etc.).  OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER, MSHA Surface Mining, and/or Safeland training desired.  The ideal candidate will perform and provide technical support for:

  • Solid waste permitting and reporting,
  • Environmental monitoring and site characterization,
  • Monitoring well drilling oversight and logging,
  • Groundwater and surface water sampling,
  • PA Act 2 project implementation,
  • Aquifer testing and characterization,
  • Preparation of application materials, and
  • Report writing and client interactions.

The position will require some overnight travel and a valid driver’s license.  The ability to lift and carry heavy equipment is also required.  Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience interacting with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP).  Selected candidate will likely support ARM Group, Inc. in performing work for various business lines (Solid Waste, Oil & Gas, Geophysics, Environmental, Water Resources) and clients.

Resumes may be mailed, faxed, or sent via email to  Please submit in – rtf; doc; or pdf format.

Civil Engineering Technician


Civil Engineering Technician – Position will support a wide range of projects related to geotechnical, construction administration, water resources, stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, and the oil and gas industry. Ideal candidate will have 1 to 15 years of experience, and the desire and ability to travel and support a wide range of engineering and environmental projects throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, and the mid-Atlantic area.  Qualified candidates must have proficient verbal and written communication skills, excellent computer skills, strong work ethic, and the ability to work as a team player.  Projects will involve field inspections of soils, concrete, geosynthetics, pavement systems and erosion and sediment controls. Past construction inspection and/or field testing experience (including nuclear density gauge, ACI certification, or GRI/GSI geosynthetics installation experience) preferred.  A BS degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, Geology, or related earth-sciences program is also a plus.

Resume, cover letter, and references should be emailed to  Please submit in – rtf; doc; or pdf format.