Seeking dedicated problem-solvers.

Providing meaningful work, professional growth and personal flexibility.

Walden Environmental Engineering is seeking team members in civil engineering and environmental science who are willing to go above and beyond to make a difference in serving customers, the community, and the environment. We want highly motivated problem-solvers who understand the critical nature of our projects. Because the demands of the job are so high, we take every effort to create a supportive working environment that encourages employees to invest in their own personal and professional growth.


We invest in our employees in three specific ways:

  • Building connections. Even as the company grows into new regions, Walden maintains a family atmosphere and community focus. The Walden culture is about supporting one another, by celebrating successes and key life events, and building relationships. In addition, our offices are designed to amplify connection with one another and the environment through open spaces and common areas, outside patios, ample daylighting and décor with natural materials.
  • Supporting growth. We offer flexible hours that encourage balance between work and life. We support professional growth by covering costs for additional licensure or pursuit of advanced degrees as well as in-house training. Walden hosts weekly lunch-and-learn sessions open to all staff. These sessions further support our belief that the more educated our staff, the more value we provide to our clients.
  • Giving back to the community. Each year, Walden hosts a Day of Service in celebration of the firms’ anniversary. All staff is encouraged to take off work to participate in this joint volunteer activity. Past events have included work for Long Island Cares, Habitat for Humanity, North Shore Land Alliance, Mill Neck School for the Deaf, Oyster Bay Waterfront Center, and the Community of Breezy Point Hurricane Sandy cleanup, among others.


If you’re looking for civil engineering or environmental consulting jobs where you can apply your passion for problem-solving and love of the environment while pursuing your personal goals, contact us today.

Walden has invested in me and my drive to acquire new knowledge. In this past year, since joining the team, I have taken courses on California Hazardous Waste regulations, Arc Flash Safety, Competent Person Training for Fall Protection Equipment Inspection, and I am scheduled to sit for my ASP (Associate Safety Person) exam. There is always something new to learn, and Walden makes it a point to help employees to gain that knowledge. The knowledge gained is then used to support our clients with their project needs.

Kristoffer D. Lubas, EHS Specialist II