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TechLaw Boston, MA, 02210
Litigation Support Technician / Analyst This is a contract position expected to last between one to two years. The job site is located in Boston, MA supporting a government agency. The selected candidate will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. The start date for this position will be contingent upon the com...
TechLaw North Chelmsford, MA
TechLaw, Inc. is conducting a search for a mid-level human health risk assessment professional to support federal and state government clients as well as the private/commercial sector. The candidate must have a strong familiarity with USEPA risk assessment guidance and require minimal oversight in the preparation of site-specific risk assessment reports as well as the critical technical review of...
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