Why Work at M&A?
In a market noted for job volatility, we take pride in the fact that many employees have been with us for more than 10 years. Our newer staff benefit from the sense of loyalty and community that pervades the firm as well as the commitment of our experience professionals, who serve as mentors. In addition to an excellent benefits package, we support staff through continuing education to promote professional growth. A key source of employee satisfaction at M&A is our emphasis on creating high-value work products. We recognize that everything that goes out the door represents us; employees take pride in the reputation that we have earned through consistent attention to quality. Founded in 1984, M&A has roots in the Hydrology program at the University of Arizona, where many of our staff members were educated. We continue to collaborate with UA faculty.
Senior Water Resources Professional
We are looking for an experienced professional to help us grow our Phoenix office.
M&A is seeking a senior-level professional with both technical and business development skills to facilitate the growth of our Phoenix office. The desired candidate has proven marketing capabilities as well as a strong base of experience in both the technical and management aspects of water resource project acquisition and implementation. Preferred qualifications include an M.S. in hydrology, geology, or engineering; at least 10 years of relevant experience; and established connections in the Arizona water resources market. A demonstrated ability to successfully balance project, business development, and staff mentorship/management responsibilities is important to this position.
M&A is an Arizona-based, international consulting firm with a 30-year history of providing quality hydrogeologic and water resources services. We are a mid-sized, employee-owned company with offices in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and California, as well as in Perú and Chile. We work collaboratively across our U.S. and international offices, and the planned growth in our Phoenix office will be supported by the integrated resources of multiple offices.
Interested candidates should send a letter of intent and resume to Leslie Katz by no later than May 31.
Entry-Level Hydrogeologist / Geologist
M&A is seeking a qualified, highly motivated, entry-level hydrogeologist / geologist to join our growing Salt Lake City office. Principal duties will be to support field projects, which will entail borehole logging; monitoring well construction, development, and equipping/instrumentation; surface / groundwater sampling; and aquifer testing. The willingness to travel and work variable hours, including night shifts, is required.
Office work will include field data compilation and analyses, field equipment management, production of borehole logs and well construction diagrams, geologic analysis, preparation of maps and cross-sections, and report writing.
Please email your resume to Chris Cottingham to learn more about the position.