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Environmental engineering technicians are entrusted with the task of carrying out plans that are developed by environmental engineers. Their exact duties depend on the project they are working on. In general, environmental engineering technicians collect and analyze air and ground water samples and set up, operate and test various equipment that is used to prevent or clean up pollutants.
An associate's degree in environmental engineering or a related field is the minimum educational qualification required to become an environmental engineering technician. These programs typically cover areas such as advanced chemistry, environmental assessment, and hazardous waste management. Excellent critical-thinking, observational, analytical and problem-solving skills are essential for this role. They must also be able to work as part of a team.
Prospective employers will want to know why you chose to follow this particular path and if you have what it takes to work as an environmental engineering technician. They will also want to know if you enjoy working as part of a team and what do you think are your strengths as they pertain to this role. Interested in knowing what types of questions interviewers ask when assessing applicants for the role of an environmental engineering technician? You will find a list of commonly asked questions at Mock Questions.