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Senior Due Diligence Consultant
Irvine, CA (USA)

Working from our Irvine office, the primary role of this position is to conduct Phase I Environmental site assessments (ESA’s), environmental compliance audits, coordinate multi-site deals that include various transaction-based environmental due diligence services, and critically review technical documents.
• Evaluate all types of real estate, commercial and industry operations
• Analyze and recognize potential environmental impact and compliance issues, as well as legacy environmental liabilities
• Provide clear and concise findings, recommendations and options regarding client deliverables
• Coordinate and manage due diligence products involving multi-site portfolios and teams in support of financial and industrial mergers, divestitures and acquisitions
• Collaborate in a team atmosphere to plan and meet timelines and requirements along with budget goals
• Client facing, able to identify and develop new opportunities, prepare technical proposals
• Develop, track and document project expectations and budgets
• Manage up to 50% travel

The ideal candidate is a hard-working, self-starting, solution-focused individual with a “roll up the sleeves and get it done” mentality and the following qualifications:
• BA/BS required in Environmental Science, Engineering or related sciences
• 5+ years’ experience conducting transaction environmental due diligence
• Proven experience in assessing a variety of property/industry types, as well as transaction types
• Working knowledge of federal & state environmental regulations and good research skills and abilities
• Strong oral & written communication skills, including strong proficiency in technical report writing
• Must be able to work in a fast-paced, uncertain, high pressure environment with the ability to change directions and scope quickly.
• Familiarity with communicating to the client in business terms the environmental and regulatory liabilities and associated implications pertaining to the associated transaction.
• Ability to handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines within budget.
• Self-directed, self-motivated, self-disciplined, seller-doer

Must be authorized to work in the United States

RPS is an equal opportunity employer.

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