The Assistant Director is responsible for helping the Local Director to achieve its revenue and profit targets while complying with all other company initiatives. The Assistant Director will have a good understanding of how to perform all functions of a Project Manager and Industrial Hygiene Technician, who perform the daily activities within the department.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervise staff to ensure that they achieve their goals, monitor training, and meet their individual, local office and company targets.
  • Lead by example in driving our People First core value in daily activities.
  • Drive sales by being a leader in our culture of business development, including proactive customer calls and meetings, as well as attending industry professional organizations and events.
  • Help Local Director develop strategic growth plans, including identifying industry sectors and service lines that will provide avenues for growth.
  • Travel to potential and existing clients to give presentations and obtain contracts.
  • Ensure local office provides exceptional customer service.
  • Develop revenue, expense budgets, ensure invoices go out in accordance with company policy, monitor accounts receivables, and assist accounting in the collections process.
  • Work with other Local Directors and Business Development staff in order to share client leads.
  • Ensure technical quality of the local office is meeting company standards.
  • Evaluate manpower needs with the Local Director for supporting our service activities and recruit and hire as needed.
  • Act as a company authority in our service disciplines, use initiative in keeping current with new industry developments, keep abreast of environmental safety and health legislation.
  • Constantly strive for improvement in all areas of our work by identifying issues and the root cause.
  • Other duties as deemed necessary by the Local Director and/or General Manager.

Job Requirements:

  • Prefer 4-year college degree in business or science-related field.
  • Must possess a CSST or CAC certification.
  • Minimum 5 years of working knowledge and experience in environmental health consulting.
  • Strong operational and business development skills.
  • Strong personnel leadership, management, and administrative skills.
  • Successfully managing a team is a plus!
  • General understanding of financial reporting.

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