Moses Jaraysi has over forty years of diverse managerial and technical experience in the fields of regulatory oversight and strategic planning, stakeholder negotiations, soil and groundwater remediation program development and heavy construction. He has extensive international civil engineering and construction experience. He served a senior level leadership with the Department of Ecology, State of Washington (Nuclear Waste Program), and the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) Hanford Site cleanup mission.
Mr. Jaraysi has experience with a wide variety of executive and management positions including hazardous waste operations; soil and groundwater remediation program development, mixed waste treatment, storage, and disposal permitting; regulatory negotiations and strategic planning; remediation and characterization field activities; and public involvement. He has been an effective leader in the management of diverse stakeholders with competing regulations and milestones.
Mr. Jaraysi has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic of Central London (University of Westminster) London and an M.S. in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University.
As Vice President, Environmental Program & Strategic Planning for CH2M Plateau Remediation Company, Mr. Jaraysi was responsible for overseeing the compliant remedial and cleanup operations on the Hanford Site, and providing leadership of the environmental strategic planning for the soil and groundwater remediation. He served as the lead negotiator for CH2M HILL environmental and regulatory commitments. He established a program to insure “zero violations” of regulatory requirements and set company environmental policy for the Central Plateau Remediation mission; developed site-wide integrated cleanup and closure strategies; and served as company point of contact for environmental planning with client (USDOE), regulators (State and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency [USEPA]), and Stakeholders.
As Vice President, Environmental Programs; for CH2M HILL Hanford Group, he was responsible for overseeing the compliant operation of the Tank Farm Complex and providing leadership of the environmental strategic planning for the closure and cleanup of Tank Farms and the surrounding areas.