Current Job Openings
Since 1981, HMMH has provided world class consulting services in the areas of noise, vibration, airport and airspace planning, air quality, and sustainability and energy. We are seeking motivated individuals who strive for excellence, are passionate about rising to the top of their field, and interested in advancing the tools and practices used by hundreds of firms worldwide. We pride ourselves on providing opportunities for advancement while maintaining a healthy work/life balance, with nearly one-third of our full-time team members working remotely.
Before you apply, we encourage you to learn about the people you would be working with, projects that you can expect to encounter once you’re on our team, and why HMMH is the perfect place to advance or even start your career.
HMMH is proud to be part of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council, striving to achieve equality for women in the workplace. In 2016, we were one of the first national signatories to the White House Equal Pay Pledge. Locally, we are a signatory to the 100% Talent Compact, an initiative of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council, which served as a model for the national pledge. HMMH is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.
Environmental Services ConsultantSouthern California
HMMH is an international leader in environmental noise and vibration control in the transportation sector. We provide consulting services to government and private sector clients related to aviation, highway, rail, transit, industrial, construction, military, recreational, and entertainment projects. HMMH offers a unique career opportunity for a client focused young professional with less than 5 years of work experience who desires to use their analytic analysis, data management and communication skills within an established and respected consulting firm with emphasis on technical excellence. Candidates with backgrounds in environmental sciences, physics, math, engineering, aerospace/aviation, or other technical fields are encouraged to apply.
We seek candidates with solid technical and quantitative backgrounds to join our firm. As a consultant at HMMH you will have an opportunity to work independently but also learn from senior staff as you:
- Monitor, maintain and troubleshoot field equipment throughout Southern California
- Participate in data collecting field measurement trips throughout the United States
- Use your quantitative skills to analyze data to determine noise, air quality and other environmental impacts
- Actively communicate with project team members as well as clients to contribute towards delivering high quality technical solutions and documentation
Specific duties will vary and focus on supporting analysis of transportation noise, vibration and air quality impacts. Activities may include: monitoring, maintaining and troubleshooting field equipment, conducting field measurements, and developing models for analysis. You will help develop documentation of model inputs, evaluate results and conduct statistical analysis on transportation operations.
- BS, BA or MS in a technical field (environmental sciences, physics, math, engineering, aerospace/aviation, or other technical fields)
- Strong quantitative, analytical and communication skills
- Interest in field work in Southern California and work-travel throughout the United States
Additional desired qualifications, though not required:
- Experience in data management, GIS, and/or programing
- Interest in transportation, aviation and environmental issues, acoustics and/or emissions a plus
- Experience in a consulting environment
HMMH offers competitive salaries and benefits and a positive work atmosphere. Strong performance will provide opportunities for further growth and contribution to the company.
To learn more about our firm, visit www.hmmh.com
AVIATION ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES CONSULTANTBurlington, MA | Roseville, CA | Southern California
HMMH offers a unique career opportunity for client focused young professionals with less than 5 years of work experience who desire to use their aviation knowledge, analytic analysis, data management, and communication skills within an established and respected consulting firm with emphasis on technical excellence. Candidates with backgrounds in aviation, physics, math, engineering, environmental sciences or other technical fields are encouraged to apply.
We seek candidates with solid technical and qualitative analysis skills, subject matter expertise, and technical writing backgrounds to join our firm. As a consultant at HMMH you will have an opportunity to work independently but also learn from senior staff as you:
- Use your technical skills and aviation subject matter expertise to analyze data to determine noise, air quality and other environmental results.
- Participate in airspace and flight procedure design working groups as well as field measurement trips throughout the United States.
- Report results for general public comprehension.
- Actively communicate with project team members as well as clients to contribute towards delivering high quality technical solutions and documentation.
Specific duties include analyzing airspace, air traffic procedures, and aircraft flight track databases as well as other aviation or environmental data sources to create the required inputs for modeling of environmental effects around airports and affected communities. You will help develop documentation and presentations of model inputs, evaluation results and effects on the airport community. Additional duties may include further statistical data reduction and flight track, airspace, or flight procedure analysis to respond to specific client requests.
The focus of our Aviation Environmental Services group is to analyze, evaluate, and find solutions for airport environmental issues, predominantly aircraft noise and air quality. HMMH has addressed and resolved environmental noise and air quality problems in airspace sectors, airports, heliports, and military bases throughout the United States and around the world. Since 1981, HMMH has delivered expert assistance to more than 200 airports worldwide.
- BS, BA or MS in aviation or technical field including but not limited to physics, math, engineering, or environmental sciences.
- Strong quantitative, analytical and communication skills.
- Data management, programing experience a plus.
- Private pilot certification or above a plus.
- Air traffic control knowledge or experience a plus.
- Interest in work-travel: airspace and flight procedure working groups as well as field measurement trips and learn to present results to clients and public.
- Interest in environmental issues, acoustics and/or emissions a plus.