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Freestone is committed to hiring talented, energetic, and well-qualified staff from a variety of scientific backgrounds. We accept resumes and applications year-round.

A multi-discipline small business consulting firm, Freestone Environmental comprises an academically diverse work force. Our core team of scientists and engineers showcase our capabilities in every project. We foster the professional development of our employees through collaboration in challenging project work, training, and mentorship by senior staff and management.

Interested in Joining Our Team?

Review our active postings below. To apply, please submit your resume, Freestone application form, contact information for three (3) references, and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet the requirements of the position to: jobs@gofreestone.com with the job posting title in the subject line.





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Staff Geologist
Richland,WA

Posted 10/01/2019


Freestone Environmental Services, Inc., a multi-discipline environmental consulting firm headquartered in Richland, Washington, is seeking an entry-level geologist to support regulatory field investigations.


Description: The successful candidate will participate in project work at various locations on the Hanford Site near Richland, Washington. Project work will involve hydrogeologic investigations, monitoring well installation, environmental sampling, aquifer testing and analysis, and report preparation. The emphasis for this position is field work combined with in-office data analysis and report preparation.

The position will involve:
  • Oversight of drilling and well installation
  • Participation in multimedia sampling programs
  • Evaluation and interpretation of environmental and geologic data
  • CERCLA and RCRA regulatory support
  • Maintaining environmental databases
  • Technical report preparation

  • Required Qualifications:
  • One to three years relevant project experience (prefer consulting experience)
  • Motivated self-starter and detail-oriented
  • Able to work outside in extreme weather conditions
  • Available to relocate and work in Richland, WA

  • Preferences:
  • One year of Hanford field geology experience
  • M.S. Geology/Hydrogeology
  • 40-hour HAZWOPER
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • To Apply: Please submit your resume, the contact information for three (3) references, Freestone application form (http://www.gofreestone.com/Careers.html), and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet the requirements of the position to: jobs@gofreestone.com with the following subject line: Staff Geologist.

    Freestone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran Friendly.




    Budget Analyst - Silver Spring, MD

    RePosted 7/23/2019


    Freestone Environmental Services, Inc. (www.gofreestone.com) a multi-disciplinary consulting firm, seeks a talented individual to serve as a Budget Analyst to support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R - www.response.restoration.noaa.gov). OR&R is a program office that responds to threats in order to protect and restore coastal resources. To do this OR&R provides scientific response to releases of oil, chemicals, and contaminants; works to reduce, remove and better understand the impacts of marine debris; and protects and restores the nation’s trust natural resources.

    Summary:
    The Program and Budget Analyst will be a team member of OR&R’s Business Services Group. It is a dynamic, team-oriented, and collaborative work environment. The successful candidate will provide critical budget planning and analytical support to the office. The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to those stated below.

    Responsibilities:
  • Play an integral role in the budget planning process.
  • Provide budget tracking and analysis using office-specific information systems.
  • Prepare reports and provide fiscal and budgetary data.
  • Analyze and evaluate continual changes in program plans and funding.
  • Develop recommendations for financial and/or budgetary actions.
  • Notify program office/management of trends toward over and under obligation of funds.
  • Recommend ways to improve the utilization of funds.
  • Research and query budget data and expense information.
  • Prepare materials for responses to various budgetary questions.
  • Provide analysis on pending obligation commitments for grants and contracts and accurately report the information to key personnel.
  • Monitor the execution of funding and agreements support.
  • Additional duties include:
  • Maintain and coordinate project code information.
    Help create and maintain an office policy and procedures manual.

    Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s in business administration or related field.
  • Strong knowledge of the budgetary process and analytical skills.
  • Technical proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Self-motivated energetic strategic thinker.
  • Ability to work well individually and cooperatively with a range of individuals.
  • Ability to work on several projects simultaneously and to shift priorities as needed.
  • Knowledge of Federal Budget Execution and Commerce Business System (CBS) is a plus.
  • Familiarity with NOAA policies, procedures for budget and finance is highly desirable.
  • To Apply: Please submit your resume, the contact information for three (3) references, Freestone application form (https://www.gofreestone.com/Careers.html), and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet the requirements of the position to: jobs@gofreestone.com with the following subject line: Budget Analyst.

    Freestone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran Friendly.





    Freestone Environmental Services, Inc.(www.gofreestone.com) a multi-disciplinary consulting firm, seeks an Assistant Program Manager to support the management of existing and the development of new federal contracts.
    The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated, personable individual that has an interest in environmental fields and professional experience to initially support the management of contracts with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Support under the contracts includes work in several technical and administrative disciplines. The candidate will provide program support to ensure contracts are running smoothly as well as support new business development needs through proposal writing and client interaction.
    This is a part-time or full-time position with the successful candidate to work in Seattle, Washington or Washington D.C.


    Primary Job Duties:
  • Assisting with the execution of program requirements by overseeing the execution of projects to ensure costs and schedules are met,
  • Meeting with clients to manage expectations and ensure project deliverables are met,
  • Working with cross-functional teams to help prioritize and problem solve,
  • Supporting staff to ensure work schedules, timelines, and project requirements are on schedule,
  • Managing the recruitment of new staff to support contracts,
  • Researching, writing and editing materials for proposals and presentations,
  • Authoring and editing proposal content to ensure consistency, clarity, and persuasiveness,
  • Collaborating with subject matter experts to compile targeted, accurate, and quality proposal content.

  • Knowledge and Skills:

    The ideal candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Prior federal client management support, preferably with NOAA, is required. Other important skills include problem-solving and analytical skills, multi-tasking, organizational, leadership, and time management skills. The successful candidate must also have the confidence and ability to supervise people and resources to meet project/program requirements.


    Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree and five to seven years relevant experience,
  • Strong verbal and writing skills,
  • Experience managing and hiring project staff,
  • Experience supporting clients,
  • Self-motivated, energetic, strategic thinker,
  • Ability to work independently,
  • Proven ability to develop new work through proposal writing and client interactions,
  • Previous experience working with or in NOAA, is desired.

  • To Apply: Please submit your resume, the contact information for three (3) references, Freestone application form (https://www.gofreestone.com/Careers.html), and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet the requirements of the position and whether you have a preference for the job location (Seattle or Washington, DC) to: jobs@gofreestone.com with the following subject line: Assistant Program Manager.

    Freestone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran Friendly.




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