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Environmental engineers specialize in developing solutions to problems related to the environment. They use their knowledge of soil science, engineering, chemistry, and biology to design projects that could help reduce air and water pollution and bring about improvements related to recycling, public health, and waste disposal amongst others.
A bachelor's degree in environmental engineering or a related field such as chemical, general or civil engineering is the minimum qualification required to become an environmental engineer. Strong problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical skills are essential for this role.
At your job interview, the interviewer will want to assess not just your knowledge of the job but also whether or not you are truly passionate about this field. A portfolio that highlights the work you have done in this field will help to emphasize your interest in this role. Also, be prepared to answer questions about your career goals. Prospective employers will want to get a better idea of whether you are in this for the long term. One way that you can prepare for your interview is by going to Mock Questions and rehearsing the answers to the questions you find listed there.