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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.

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

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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Employment Opportunities

 

Community Involvement Associate – Navajo Nation

Skeo Solutions is an employee-focused consulting firm providing innovative, collaborative and multidisciplinary solutions to complex and pressing issues in environmental stewardship, social equity and economic opportunity.

Skeo Solutions is seeking a motivated, energetic and earnest person with at least a bachelors degree or higher to join their team on a full-time basis. Skeo expects candidates will support a wide range of activities that are likely to include but not be limited to: coordinating, managing and supporting multiple tribal community involvement projects, primarily on Navajo Nation; coordinating, managing and supporting other tribal community involvement projects; coordinating non-tribal community involvement projects; and supporting other Skeo work as needed. Projects will be undertaken as part of efforts by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to address contaminated sites. Candidates will be expected to develop and implement project plans, oversee project teams and ensure their effectiveness in the field. Related support may include:

  • Scheduling, participating in and leading regular meetings (in person or virtual) with community members, and federal, tribal, state and local agencies.
  • Taking notes during meetings and developing meeting summaries.
  • Coordinating and providing logistics support for in-person meetings involving community members and agencies.
  • Supporting interviews or interviewing community members and government officials either in person or virtually to inform technical assistance needs assessments, community involvement plans and related projects.
  • Coordinating, developing and delivering related presentations and/or community outreach materials.
  • Assisting with a wide-range of community informational outreach that may include developing and posting public notices in newspapers, radio programs or local television channels.
  • Coordinating for translation assistance when needed.
  • Drafting various reports or memos regarding work done in the field, including professionally laid out reports.

Candidates should demonstrate they are detail-oriented and capable of gracefully and professionally handling high stress situations with a wide range of stakeholders. Candidates should have a calming and supportive disposition, be highly responsive and be capable of supporting several projects at one time. Ideal candidates for this mid-level position will have a high degree of familiarity or understanding of government programs associated with contaminated waste, ideally Superfund, in addition to high-quality writing and research skills. In addition, ideal candidates will have extensive experience working in tribal communities and/or a wide-range of communities, especially disadvantaged communities dealing with contaminated or hazardous waste sites. Candidates should be capable of working independently but also be team-oriented. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Office programs. Experience with GIS, graphic design, and Adobe Creative Suite software are a plus. Applicants should be able to multi-task, work effectively on multiple teams, maintain a positive attitude and have excellent communication skills. While the position is expected to require 40 hours a week, there are times where it may be necessary to work more than 40 hours per week under tight deadlines.  Applicants must be willing to travel for 20 or more trips per year at various locations throughout the United States. Some locations may be remote. Field work may include extended days in the field.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree or higher.
  • Willing to travel for 20+ trips per year throughout the United States. Trips may require travel to remote locations and extended stays. Travel may be to remote locations and require consecutive days.
  • Experience leading teams in support of disadvantaged communities dealing with contaminated or hazardous waste sites.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
  • Legal US residency.

Advantageous Qualifications:

  • Ability to start, full time or part-time, within two weeks after hiring.
  • Experience working on Navajo Nation.
  • Located in the southwest, preferably on or near Navajo Nation.
  • Familiarity or understanding of government programs associated with contaminated waste, ideally Superfund.
  • Fluent in Navajo.
  • Fluency or familiarity with other tribal languages.
  • Experience working with other tribal communities.
  • Experience with GIS, graphic design, and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Can work from a home office.

Please submit required application materials, which include a cover letter and resume by July 11, 2022. Interviews are expected to begin by July 18, 2022, with a hiring decision made by late July.

Decisions will be made based on resumes, performance on skill exercises, and recommendations. Skeo is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Associate – Mid-Level Technical

Skeo Solutions is an employee-focused consulting firm providing innovative, collaborative and multidisciplinary solutions to complex and pressing issues in environmental stewardship, social equity and economic opportunity.

We are seeking a versatile, team-oriented mid-level Technical Associate to join Skeo on a full-time basis, with full-time options ranging from 30 to 40 hours per week. Location is flexible, but reliable internet connection and being within two hours of an airport are required. This position will primarily entail supporting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by performing technical research and writing of Superfund Five-Year Reviews and other technical materials related to health and environmental impacts associated with hazardous waste. Prospective hires must be willing to periodically travel 3-6 days per month at various locations throughout the U.S.

All staff are expected to reflect Skeo’s operating principles: dignity, respect, compassion, integrity, and accountability. Applicants should be able to multi-task, work effectively on a team, support multiple managers, maintain a positive attitude and have excellent communication skills.

Required Qualifications:

  • Three to five years of experience performing field work or research and analysis of technical information related to the environmental field.
  • Strong writing and communication skills with an ability to communicate technical information clearly to a lay audience.
  • Working knowledge of the physical, chemical and biological processes that control the transport, migration and potential impacts of hazardous waste (e.g., in soil, air, groundwater, surface water, and/or sediments) to human health and the environment.
  • Willingness to periodically travel 3-6 days a month (assuming safe and appropriate travel).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Programmatic or field experience with the EPA Superfund removal or remedial cleanup process.
  • Experience reviewing or supporting EPA Five-Year Reviews.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Proven ability to support a range of projects, including projects outside of primary expertise.
  • Willingness to learn new subject matter.
  • Expertise in hydrogeology, geology, contaminants, human health risk assessment, remedial technologies, environmental engineering, or environmental monitoring.
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response certification.
  • Experience developing or reviewing institutional controls (e.g., environmental covenants or deed notices).

Experience working with/supporting diverse communities.

  • Experience presenting technical information to large groups and diverse audiences.

Please submit required application materials, which include a cover letter and resume by July 31, 2022. Interviews are anticipated to begin by August 15, 2022, with a hiring decision made by late August.

Decisions will be made based on resumes, performance on skill exercises, and recommendations. Skeo is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Associate – Mid-Level Environmental/Community Initiatives Project Manager

Skeo Solutions is an employee-focused consulting firm providing innovative, collaborative and multidisciplinary solutions to complex and pressing issues in environmental stewardship, social equity and economic opportunity.

We are seeking motivated, energetic and earnest persons with at least a bachelor’s degree or higher to join our team on a full-time basis, with options ranging from 30 to 40 hours per week. Location is flexible, but reliable internet connection and being within two hours of an airport are required. Skeo expects candidates will support a wide range of activities that are likely to include but not be limited to coordinating, managing and supporting multiple community involvement projects. Projects will primarily be undertaken as part of efforts by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to address contaminated sites and support communities in addressing a range of concerns. Candidates will be expected to develop and implement project plans, assemble and oversee project teams, and ensure team effectiveness in the field. Candidates will also be expected to directly support project-related work. Related support may include:

  • Developing project work plans and identifying project teams.
  • Scheduling, participating in and leading regular meetings (in person and virtual) with community members, and federal, state, tribal and local agencies.
  • Coordinating and providing logistics support for in-person and virtual meetings, workshops or trainings involving community members and agencies.
  • Coordinating, developing and delivering related presentations and/or community outreach materials.
  • Drafting various reports, fact sheets or memos, including professionally laid out reports.
  • Maintaining responsive client coordination
  • Managing project budgets and reporting updates

Candidates should demonstrate they are detail-oriented and capable of gracefully and professionally handling high stress situations with a wide range of stakeholders. Candidates should have a calming and supportive disposition, be highly responsive and be capable of supporting several projects at one time. Ideal candidates for this mid-level position will have a high degree of familiarity or understanding of government programs associated with contaminated waste, ideally Superfund, or other environmental programs in addition to high-quality writing and research skills. In addition, ideal candidates will have extensive experience working with communities and/or a wide range of communities, especially disadvantaged communities dealing with contaminated or hazardous waste sites or other environmental challenges. Candidates should be capable of working independently but also be team-oriented and able to align work practices with contract and company protocols. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Office programs. Experience with GIS, graphic design, and Adobe Creative Suite software are a plus. Applicants should be able to multi-task, lead and work effectively on multiple teams, maintain a positive attitude and have excellent communication skills. Applicants must be willing to travel for 10 or more trips per year at various locations throughout the United States. Some travel locations may be remote. Trip length is variable, but typically 2-4 days.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Willing to travel for 10+ trips per year throughout the United States. Trips may require travel to remote locations and extended stays.
  • Five-years or more experience leading teams, preferably in support of disadvantaged communities dealing with contaminated or hazardous waste sites, or other environmental challenges.
  • Familiarity or understanding of government programs associated with contaminated waste, ideally Superfund, and other environmental programs.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
  • Exceptional project management and communication skills
  • Community engagement experience

Advantageous Qualifications:

  • Degree or degrees in anthropology, sociology, government, political science, environmental studies or equivalent, environmental science, environmental engineering, or land use planning.
  • Experience with government contracting.
  • Ability to start, full-time, within two weeks after hiring.
  • Experience with GIS, graphic design, and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Bi-lingual speaker.
  • Professional or personal experience working closely with communities of color and/or Tribal communities.
  • Can work from a home office.

Please submit required application materials, which include a cover letter and resume by July 29, 2022. Interviews are expected to begin by August 3, 2022, with a hiring decision made by mid-August.

Decisions will be made based on resumes, performance on skill exercises, and recommendations. Skeo is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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