The ELAM Group is growing!

In a continuing effort to help guide today’s young professionals as they prepare to enter the workforce The ELAM Group was happy to attend

the Geosciences Job Fair at Ball State University on February 24.  Explaining the environmental consulting industry and the day to day activities of an entry level position are just a few of the small ways The ELAM Group believes in giving back to the community.

Did we mention we’re hiring?  The ELAM Group is experiencing exciting growth!  The ELAM Group provides an opportunity to work alongside experienced industry experts while putting your skills and expertise to work on new and exciting initiatives.  Grow your carer in a supportive environment in a culture that is focused on positive attitudes and good character with a growing book of exciting projects offering true career-growth potential.

Experience a positive work environment with a culture that encourages everybody to go home as safe and mentally sound as they came to work each day.  As we grow our practice, we routinely have needs for a wide range of technical staff, business managers and administrative support. Please click the link below to see our current list of staffing needs.

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Guiding the Future of Environmental Consulting

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, The ELAM Group’s James Hogan and Tim Cornett gave back to their alma mater in the form of a guest lecture on Friday, November 17, at the University of Dayton, advising the environmental consulting industry’s future.  The lecture’s topics included “Is Environmental Consulting Right for You?” and “Vapor Intrusion Qualifications: Know Your Needs.”

From the point of view of a CEO of a successful Environmental Firm, Mr. Hogan was able to advise students on what Environmental Consulting companies are looking for in college graduates, better preparing them for the job hunt.  As a recent graduate, Mr. Cornett was able to offer a unique perspective and advise students on what worked and didn’t work for him in the search for entry level employment; and what they might do to stand out from the crowd when it comes time for them to start applying.  Both Mr. Hogan and Mr. Cornett explained what an environmental consultant does, why, and what an entry level employee might expect to do in the profession.

As one of the nations leading experts, Mr. Hogan also gave a guest lecture on Vapor Intrusion, focusing on how the landscape of Vapor Intrusion regulation seems to be shifting and how it affects the environmental industry.

James and Tim are both Alumni of the University of Dayton and were very pleased for the opportunity to give back to their alma mater.


Happy Thanksgiving from The ELAM Group!