Careers

jetWhitestone Associates, Inc. offers a variety of professional career opportunities along with a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Health & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Traditional & Roth 401K Plans with Company Match
  • Long Term & Short Term Disability Insurance
  • Company-Sponsored Life & AD&D Insurance
  • Multiple AFLAC Insurance Products
  • Pet Insurance
  • Identity Theft Protection
  • Multiple Corporate Discount Programs

Summarized below are brief job descriptions for which Whitestone Associates, Inc. is accepting applications. To submit a resume, please click here.


Geotechnical Project Manager

Position involves coordinating and managing all aspects of geotechnical investigation, engineering, and inspection including field investigation; geotechnical laboratory analyses; evaluation/calculation of pertinent geotechnical parameters; evaluation of foundation types and design parameters; report preparation; and construction phase inspection and consultation. Position requires Professional Engineer license and 7+ years experience and proficiency in client interaction, proposal preparation, regulatory negotiation, staff management and development, and technical writing and communication.


Geotechnical Engineer

Position involves field and reporting aspects of geotechnical investigation, engineering, and inspection including field investigation by means of drilling, test pit investigation and other in-field sampling methods; geotechnical laboratory analyses; evaluation/calculation of soil bearing capacity and other geotechnical parameters; evaluation of foundation types and design parameters; report preparation; and construction phase testing, inspection and consultation.


Environmental Project Manager

Position requires coordinating and managing all aspects (field activities, subcontracted services, and reporting) associated with environmental due diligence and remedial investigations; remediation management/remedial action; Brownfields redevelopment; and regulatory agency interaction. Position requires 7+ years of experience and proficiency in client interaction, proposal preparation, regulatory negotiation, staff management and development, and technical writing and communication.


Environmental Engineer/Environmental Scientist/Geologist

Position includes performing and overseeing field activities, subcontracted services, and reporting associated with environmental due diligence and remedial investigations; remediation management/remedial action; Brownfields redevelopment; and regulatory agency interaction.


CAD Drafter

Position involves drafting of the following technical report plans using AutoCAD: sample location plans; groundwater and contaminant contour maps; septic systems, deep foundation, and retaining wall designs; exhibits; sketches; etc.


Asbestos Inspector

Position involves conducting pre-demolition/pre-renovation asbestos surveys in accordance with AHERA, state, and local regulations and guidelines; quantifying types and volumes/areas of ACM within the surveyed building; assisting with assembling ACM survey reports and abatement design documents and budgets.


Wastewater/Septic Engineer

Position includes site evaluation for suitability of on-site wastewater treatment systems; evaluation of seasonal high groundwater and pertinent laboratory analysis; evaluation of existing failed septic systems for repair/rehabilitation options; designing and permitting septic systems for residential and commercial facilities; NJPDES-DGW and TWA permit preparation for larger systems; WQMP applications.


Site Inspector/Staff Engineer

Position involves construction phase testing and inspection of foundation construction, earthwork, soil compaction, concrete, reinforcing steel and various other construction materials. Minimum two years experience required. Nuclear Density Gauge Operator certification preferred.