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Our relatively small, dedicated staff represents a broad range of disciplines and skill sets. Our diversity and size allow us to be nimble, quickly forming project teams that are responsive to our clients’ complex technical needs while providing highly personalized customer service.

With staff located throughout the United States, we provide a geographic reach seldom found in a firm our size. Using state-of-the-art information sharing and collaboration tools and an unequaled commitment to teamwork, we deliver innovative, just-in-time solutions for our clients.

Working at Skeo

Imagine a company where making a vital difference for people and communities and creating a better world are core values. Explore a workplace where cultivating your passions is encouraged and rewarded. Return each day to a setting where diverse perspectives and skills are respected and celebrated. Immerse yourself in a culture of mutual support, flexibility and inclusivity. Challenge yourself in an environment that encourages autonomy and collaboration.

Consider Skeo. Take a closer look. Join us.

I began work with Skeo on a part-time basis during grad school and enjoyed it so much, I stayed! Twelve years later, I continue to value the truly unique work environment that is Skeo. Staff lift each other up to learn and grow new work areas and to provide both depth of knowledge and breadth of experience to all we do. Everyone has a place at the table and everyone has a valued role to play in the Skeo family. And, yes, that is honestly how I think of my coworkers: they are family.

Sabrina Foster

The Skeo team is incredible and the flexibility can’t be beat. I’ve had the opportunity to try so many new things on the job and in the decade I’ve worked here, I’ve never been bored. It feels like our work matters. Support for staff during the pandemic has been incredible and reminds me why I’m so grateful to work for Skeo.

Alison Frost

Skeo has been a blessing to me professionally and personally in so many ways! It is a joy to work each day in support of my colleagues, the company’s goals and values, and our clients. Since day one, I’ve been accepted, supported, invested in, and cared for by my colleagues and Skeo’s leadership team. I’m grateful to be part of such a unique workplace.

Lynette Vanderpool

For almost two decades, Skeo has been an inspiring place for me to work and grow, personally and professionally. I treasure my long-term relationships with my colleagues and our clients. Skeo has always been there for me and my family – making schedule flexibility possible, offering new opportunities, weathering challenging economic times through careful planning. Skeo is special.

James Wilkinson

Since 2005, I have had the good fortune to work within this incredibly supportive organization and alongside hardworking, spirited, compassionate and brilliant colleagues. I’m proud to be part of the Skeo family.

Matt Robbie

When I first joined Skeo, I was impressed to learn that most of my colleagues had been at the company for years. Over seven years later, it's easy to see why – I get to go to work each day alongside an amazing team, knowing that we are making a difference in communities across the country. On top of that, Skeo provides growth opportunities and is always looking for ways to support us – both at work and at home.

Emily Chi

I’m always stunned with how caring Skeo and its people can be. Whether it’s the flexibility, the mentorship or the genuine interest into my wellbeing and what I want to be doing for work, I feel fortunate to be with Skeo.

Anthony Li

I was willing to settle for something that would pay the bills and treat me like a person, and instead I happened across the most employee-focused company I or any of my friends and family have ever heard of. In the two years I’ve been here, Skeo has raised the bar time and time again on what it means to be an ethical workplace and I feel incredibly lucky and proud to work here.

Haley Gannon

There are many reasons that make Skeo a great place to work. Here are just a few. 1) You get the opportunity to work with amazing people inside and outside the company on a daily basis. 2) You get the opportunity to work on a wide-range of really interesting and meaningful projects that benefit communities and the environment. 3) Most importantly, Skeo has an amazing support structure that is committed to a workplace environment where its employees can thrive.

Eric Marsh

Working at Skeo has been a dream. Not only do I feel valued as an employee, but knowing that the work we do with our clients and communities helps people has been incredibly rewarding. When I have needed support or guidance my colleagues and management have been there to provide it, and in turn, I feel invested in the company’s success as well as my own.

Tiffany Reed

Skeo is a unique place to work. I feel like my ideas are heard and my personal well-being is important. I work on interesting projects and am offered diverse opportunities. I have a team to back me up and help me grow. What more could I want?

Kirby Webster

Employment Opportunities


Position for Part-Time Environmental Justice/Equitable Development Expert

Skeo Solutions is seeking an expert in Environmental Justice and Equitable Development to provide company-wide support and insight as it relates to the cleanup and reuse of hazardous waste sites and other environmental issues. This position offers the opportunity to work with clients who are seeking to solve tough environmental challenges while meeting community needs. It also offers the opportunity to work with a creative and multi-disciplinary team at Skeo who are deeply committed to providing thoughtful support to our clients that advances positive environmental justice and equitable development outcomes.

The right candidate for this Expert/Advisor-level position is a collaborative, innovative individual with a science, planning or policy background and experience promoting environmental justice and equitable development in government programs. The ability to help navigate and inform a wide range of scientific, planning, communication and community involvement-related projects is required. Strong facilitation skills and experience with a consulting organization culture are preferred. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Office programs. Applicants should be able to multi-task, work effectively on a team, maintain a positive attitude, mentor junior staff and have excellent communication skills. Applicants must be willing to travel approximately ten trips per year at various locations throughout the United States.

This is a flexible part-time position with the potential for expanded hours or a full-time position. Approximately 20 hours per week are estimated. Skeo will work with qualified candidates to find a balance that works for both parties.

About us: 

Skeo is an environmental consulting firm providing innovative, collaborative and multidisciplinary solutions to complex and pressing issues in environmental cleanup and reuse, stewardship, social equity and economic opportunity. We serve clients who face significant challenges at the intersection of the environment and equity. Examples of services Skeo offers that would benefit from wisdom brought from this position include:

  • Integration of environmental justice and equitable development principles into technical methodologies such as Geographic Information System data collection, analysis and risk assessment.
  • Training, including job training or coaching associated with the remediation of hazardous waste.
  • Communication and outreach materials related to risks associated with hazardous waste, cleanup and reuse of hazardous waste sites, and other environmental issues.
  • Evaluation of remedies at Superfund sites to ensure protection for current and future residents.
  • Development of best practices or guidance.
  • Meeting and conference support related to hazardous waste sites and in some cases, their reuse, and other environmental issues.
  • Facilitation and conflict resolution.
  • Visioning and strategic planning for communities and organizations.
  • Equitable development, community engagement, resilience and climate equity services for federal, regional and neighborhood planning processes.

The right candidate will be able to demonstrate how they can contribute to and strengthen these and related offerings in collaboration with our team. Required qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant field.
  • Expertise in environmental justice and equitable development.
  • Familiarity with environmental science concepts, land use planning, or public health and the racial and social equity dimensions of this subject matter.
  • Collaborative working style.
  • Comfort and familiarity consulting with and working for government agencies.
  • Strong writing and communication skills, including cross-cultural communication.
  • Demonstrated focus on working with economically-disadvantaged/underserved communities and communities of color.
  • Willing to travel for approximately ten trips per year throughout the United States.

Advantageous Qualifications: 

  • Strong facilitation and conflict resolution skills.
  • Preference for candidates located in the mid-Atlantic region.
  • Ability to effectively mediate high-conflict scenarios.
  • Demonstrated ability to build trust quickly with a broad range of stakeholders including leadership from communities facing environmental justice issues, local government and industry.

Application Instructions

Position open until filled. Preference will be given to applications received by June 30, 2021. Multiple hires may be made, depending on the expertise and fit of the applicant pool. Pay range will be dependent on years of direct experience and required/advantageous qualifications, ranging from $50 to $90 per hour. Part time employees are eligible for bonus after six months and 401(k) benefits. Full-time employees, with full-time starting at 30 hours per week, are eligible for all benefits including health, dental and life insurance among others. To apply, please submit:

  • A cover letter that describes your unique strengths in environmental justice and equitable development and your interest in working with Skeo.
  • A resume of up to four pages.

Up to five project examples that demonstrate your skills and project outcomes relevant to Skeo’s needs are welcome for context.

All employment decisions are made on a non-discriminatory basis, and without regard to sex, race, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, citizenship, national origin, or any other status protected by applicable law. Persons of color and persons who are bilingual in Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply to this position, please click here.

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact (667) 262-2883 or for assistance.

Job applicants and employees  are protected under Federal law from discrimination on several bases. To learn more, see the EEO is The Law Poster and its Supplement, as well as the Inclusion of Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision Poster.

We recruit, employ, train and compensate regardless of sex, race, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identity (including gender nonconformity and status as transgender individual), religion, disability, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, citizenship, national origin, or any other status protected by applicable law.