Environmental Scientist for Cincinnati, OH: Conduct research and provide support for on-going laboratory research activities, perform data management and record keeping, maintain equipment, track inventory supplies, and ensure proper QA/QC guidelines are followed. Research activities include conducting research in the area of drinking water treatment, including designing and developing bench-scale protocols for measuring effectiveness of various drinking water treatment technologies for various pollutants and emerging contaminants of concern including polyfluorinated chemicals, conducting RSSCTs, modeling results, designing pilot-scale studies based on RSSCTs and perform modifications and extension of theories, percepts and practices. As part of conducting these research activities, the successful candidate will design the experimental methodology, conduct the experiments, process samples that contain PFCs, and analyze samples from these experiments and conduct other routine analysis of environmental samples using analytical techniques such as UV-Vis, TOC, GC-FID, GC/MS and LC/MS/MS. In addition, the candidate will use advanced statistical techniques to analyze all data from these experiments and laboratory protocols, develop models based on experimental results, develop quality assurance project plans, standard operating procedures, health and safety plans, prepare data summary reports, write reports and journal articles, and present results at national and international conferences. Some travel required for attending Conferences. MS Degree and experience with PFCs required.