At Cascade, we believe in excellence at every level, and that includes the people who work here. Whether you’re new to the environmental services industry, have been in the industry for decades or are looking for an opportunity to learn valuable skills on the job, we want to connect with you.Home
We know our employees could work anywhere, but they choose us.
When we asked them why, here’s what they said.
My bosses are great to work with, they let me know they appreciate my efforts. The field employees are a wonderful group of hard working guys.
I’m with Cascade because I enjoy the drilling field, being able to go and experience new places every day, and being able to work with your hands. It’s something enjoyable.
I chose to work for Cascade because I noticed the direction the company was heading, and really wanted to be a part of that: the teamwork, the over-communication, and the fact that you know you’re with a group of professionals who actually care about your well-being.
Like many mechanically-minded people, Vinny Mesuda has been taking things apart and putting them back together since he was a young child. His curiosity about how things work led him to a career working with heavy duty engines and machinery, and then to cross-train as a driller and probe operator at Cascade. In this blog post, Vinny tells us how he got his start as a mechanic, how he ended up in the environmental services industry, and what a typical day looks like for him as senior mechanic (and occasional driller).
According to a Pew Research Center survey, 74% of Americans believe we “should do whatever it takes to protect the environment.” The problem is that most of us don’t know how to make a difference. People like Frank Egan, however, don’t have that problem—he’s a Technical Specialist at Cascade, working on remediation projects that clean contaminants from the ground. Although it isn’t the path he dreamed of as a kid, it is one that has provided Frank with a career he is proud of. In this blog post, Frank shares his background, how he ended up in environmental services, and what it’s like to work as a Technical Specialist.
Annie Washington didn’t grow up dreaming of a career as a project manager, but after hearing someone from the Department of Health & Environmental Control speak to her college class she knew she wanted a career where she made life safer and better for other people. In this blog post, Annie shares her background, how she ended up in this industry, and a typical day in the life of an environmental services project manager.
Like many people working in high resolution site characterization (HRSC), Cody Spiker didn’t know he’d end up here. His path to becoming a HRSC probe operator had a lot of bends in the road, but has earned him a career with mission and purpose. In this blog post, Cody shares his background, how he ended up in environmental services, and what it’s like to have dual roles as a driller and probe operator.
At Cascade, our benefits philosophy is to provide a full range of programs that help our employees and their families plan for today and their future. We strive to ensure that the benefits we offer are competitive and provide the flexibility and choice that meets the individual needs of our employees and their families. Your eligibility for the following benefits may vary according to your employment status and/or length of service.
Cascade is the leading provider of environmental and infrastructure drilling, site characterization, and environmental remediation applications. We are the only nationwide integrated service provider with expert technical capabilities and fleet to fulfill all your project needs—every time.
Our vision is to integrate technology, safety, sustainability and human potential to tackle the challenging environmental and geotechnical issues facing our clients.