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Entry Technician

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CDM Smith

9d ago

💼 Graduate Job

Washington, DC

AI generated summary

  • You need a high school diploma, basic computer skills, and a valid driver's license to travel up to 20% domestically or internationally as an Entry Technician.
  • You will compile data, conduct tests, make measurements, draw graphs, and perform routine tasks to support environmental engineering projects.

Graduate Job

DataWashington, DC


  • Imagine a place committed to offering an unmatched employee experience. Where you work on projects that are meaningful to you. Where you play an active part in shaping your career journey. Where your co-workers are invested in you and your success. Where you are encouraged and supported to do your very best and given the tools and resources to do so. Where it’s a priority that the company takes good care of you and your family.
  • Our employees are the heart of our company. As an employer of choice, our goal is to provide a challenging, progressive and inclusive work environment which fosters personal leadership, career growth and development for every employee. We value passionate individuals who challenge the norm, deliver world-class solutions and bring diverse perspectives. Join our team, and together we will make a difference and change the world.


  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • High School diploma or equivalent. 0 years. Domestic and/or international travel may be required. The frequency of travel is contingent on specific duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position, which may vary depending on workload and project demands. Equivalent additional directly related experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
  • Driver's License Requirements:
  • An appropriate and valid driver's license is required.
  • Amount of Travel Required:
  • 20%
  • Skills and Abilities:
  • Basic knowledge of computer software programs and operating systems.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Compiles engineering or scientific data from samples, tests, drawings, specifications or field notes. Performs routine and established functions, such as proofreading of technical reports and specifications, operating a slam bar, or drawing water samples. Plots data and draws simple curves and graphs, either by hand or by using computer programs. Conducts simple or repetitive tests on environmental media, e.g. pH or electrical conductivity. Makes simple measurements and observations; may make preliminary recommendations concerning the acceptance of materials or workmanship in clear-cut situations. Performs job-related errands. Makes copies of technical reports and plans. Performs arithmetic computations by substituting values in specified formulas or by entering data in computer spreadsheets.


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Washington, DC