36 JobsSr. Technical WriterAleut Support Services LLC MAINWashington, OHARS Aleut Remediation is hiring a Sr. Technical Writer to support work for our Federal Government contract base in Washington D.C. Technical Writer The Technical Writer is responsible for the following scope of work: Providing technical writing and editing support.
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Heavy Equipment OperatorAleut Support Services LLC MAINNew York, IASKILLS & ABILITIES: Skill in operation of assigned equipment to include motorized vehicles and equipment, including excavator, shears, grapple, backhoe, bulldozer, roller/compactor, loader, dump truck pickup truck, utility truck, Ability to interpret plans, drawings, and written instructions and specifications.
Lead Heavy Equipment OperatorAleut Support Services LLC MAINQuantico, VASKILLS & ABILITIES: Skill in operation of assigned equipment to include motorized vehicles and equipment, including excavator, shears, grapple, backhoe, bulldozer, roller/compactor, loader, dump truck pickup truck, utility truck, Ability to interpret plans, drawings, and written instructions and specifications.
Site SuperintendentAleut Support Services LLC MAINFredericksburg City, VAKNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: Experience interacting with federal agencies including DOD, DOE, USACE, DHS, NAFAC and BLM. Knowledgeable in federal regulatory laws, regulations and guidelines including CAA, CERCLA, CWA, DOT, NEPA, NRC, RCRA, SARA, and TSCA. Working knowledge managing DOE, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NAVFAC and/or AFCEE programs/projects including FUSRAP, FUDS, FIRP, etc.
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