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Illinois Natural History Survey Champaign, IL, USA
May 21, 2018
Graduate Assistant/Fellowship
Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship Available The student can enroll with the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES), or through the Program for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology (PEEC).  The successful candidate will also spend time conducting research at the Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS), Great Rivers Field Station in Alton, IL. Responsibilities:  Potential dissertation topics include a wide variety ecology and management issues relevant to fish communities in the Upper Mississippi River, such as invasive species, long-term sport fish population and community dynamics, habitat restoration, and ancient sport fishes (e.g., gar).  The successful candidate will have access to long-term data from two monitoring programs, lab facilities, and sampling equipment for working in large-floodplain rivers.  Qualifications:  M.S. degree in fisheries ecology, aquatic ecology, or related field, and experience with sampling fishes in freshwater ecosystems.  Candidates with proven experience and skills in written and oral communication, quantitative analysis, and the ability to work in collaborative teams are preferred.  Applicants must be self-motivated, demonstrate a passion for fisheries and ecological research, be physically capable of working long hours in demanding outdoor conditions, and be willing to assist with all aspects of monitoring and research work required by the agencies funding this assistantship. Illinois is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Illinois welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.  (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu). Salary:  approximately $24,000/per year + Tuition and partial fee waiver Start date:  Assistantship – August 2018 or January 2019 Send cover letter, CV (including contact info for 3 references), unofficial transcripts, and GRE scores to:  Dr. John Chick – chick@illinois.edu Email:  chick@illlinois.edu Link:  http://wwx.inhs.illinois.edu/directory/show/chic Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Illinois Natural History Survey Springfield, IL, USA
May 21, 2018
We are seeking an individual to conduct informational queries through extensive document collections associated with 350+ Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) properties, as part of the Owned, Managed and Leased Properties project.  Identify documents of significant value and subsequently provide for their digital archival. Major Duties and Responsibilities:  Coordinate retrieval of documents (deeds, owner's policies, documents listed Schedule B of owner's policy, official plats of survey, parcel plats, conservation easements, leases, nature preserve and land and water reserve dedications, etc.) from IDNR files, the Illinois State Archive's, and/or various county recorder's offices.  Using knowledge gained in an appropriate educational discipline, conduct critical informational queries through these extensive document collections of various forms. Evaluate, identify, and interpret all documents to determine archival significance. Provide for the scanning of identified significant documents into digital files using standards and methodology developed for the project (object character recognition, redaction, naming conventions for files and folders, etc.). Provide quality control through a critical review of all scanned files. Archive scanned files on servers; log and track the status of all scanned documents. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in history, library and information science, environmental science or other related discipline; experience with archival process of documents; experience with Microsoft Office products; must have a valid driver’s license; must be willing to travel throughout the state, with occasional overnight trips, to gather necessary information from various county recorders' offices; ability to lift up to 40 pounds; must be proficient in English in both written and oral forms; excellent communication skills; highly organized with attention to detail; ability to work independently with minimal supervisor.    Preferred Qualifications: Experience reading and interpreting legal descriptions and plat maps to identify location of parcels as well as experience using Adobe Acrobat Professional and ArcGIS software; familiarity with various document scanning methods for all types of documents and sizes. Salary: $15.00/hr; 20-30 hours per week with the opportunity to work up to 40 hours per week after 3-4 month training period.   To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by   June 1, 2018 ; however, applications will be accepted until position is filled. Please submit   via email   1) a cover letter, 2) resume, and 3) the contact information of three academic or professional references to Chad Hickman at   chdhckmn@illinois.edu The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit http://go.illinois.edu/EEO . To learn more about the University’s commitment to diversity, please visit  http://www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu . The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Renton, WA, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Description: The NEPA Professional will provide support to the Western Service Area (WSA), Operations Support Group to ensure compliance with a wide array of federal, state, and local laws and federal regulations through evaluations, analysis, and thorough review of documentation. This will include interpretation and advice regarding the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) on federal actions affecting the National Airspace System (NAS).  Specific activities will include: Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support between Airports, Air Traffic facilities, and the FAA for environmental issues resulting from proposed actions triggering NEPA application. Additionally, the candidate will evaluate potential environmental impacts associated with proposed actions involving air traffic routing or flight path changes. Heavy emphasis on noise impacts resulting from these changes.  The candidate will also provide SME support for appropriate level of environmental documentation in the form of Categorical Exclusion (CatEx), Environmental Assessment (EA), or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on FAA initiated actions. Coordinate and draft written responses to environmental analysis resulting from requests for changes to traffic routing or flight path changes. Coordinate final NEPA documents including CatEx, EA, or EIS, and associated Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) or Record of Decision (ROD) for projects requiring NEPA application.   Qualifications: Typically requires BS degree and 8 – 12 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6 – 10 years of prior relevant experience.   Required: Experience writing or reviewing NEPA documents, including but not limited to: Categorical Exclusions (CATEX), Environmental Assessments (EA) and/or Environmental Impact Statements (EIS). Experience reviewing all NEPA impact categories. Ability to translate complex data/information into concise written documents for a non-technical audience. Ability to plan, initiate, organize and prioritize work independently. Desired: Experience with FAA or aviation related programs. Familiarity with Noise Modeling tools. Experience with database management, KSN websites, and MS Excel. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Federal Emergency Management Agency Washington, DC, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary You will serve as a staff professional in the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Office of Environment, Planning, and Realty (HEP), Office of Project Development and Environmental Review (HEPE) located in Washington, DC. The Office of HEPE is organized into three teams: The Program/Policy Development Team, The Project Development Team, and The Project Mitigation Team. While the two vacancies are within the Program/Policy Development and Project Development Teams, to address operational needs and provide the broadest career development opportunities, the Office operates in a matrix organizational model with employee assignments including activities of all teams, as well as often requiring interaction with teams from other Offices within HEP and the Agency. Consistent with this position description, you may be assigned to other teams as necessary to support HEPE operational needs. The Project Development Team is the focal point for oversight and management of activities that provides policy direction and guidance to our FHWA field offices, State DOTs and local partners in carrying out our responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related environmental laws, as well as, for technical assistance in project related environmental streamlining, stewardship, and interdisciplinary decision-making.  The Program/Policy Development Team coordinates and manages the Office Research Funds and Policy activities; conducts strategic planning and performance management; and facilitates and directs Federal Agency, National Organization Stakeholders, and FHWA/DOT inter-office coordination on initiatives and emerging issues.   Ideal Candidate Statement:   At the full performance level, the ideal candidate is a well-qualified professional with experience in transportation environmental protection, skilled and experienced in implementing the environmental review process, and thoroughly versed in the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related policies, laws, regulations, and guidance.  The candidate has proven experience providing innovative recommendations for advancing projects and programs. This vacancy may be used to fill similar positions within 90 days for this location. PLEASE NOTE: THIS VACANCY IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 100 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED     AND WILL CLOSE  AT MIDNIGHT ON THE CLOSING DATE OR AT MIDNIGHT ON THE  DAY WE RECEIVE THE 100TH   APPLICATION, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Environmental Protection Specialist: Performs as an Environmental Protection Specialist responsible for policies, programs, and technical advice to improve transportation and environmental planning and NEPA principles and processes. Serves as an authoritative focal point for interpreting and applying the requirements of Federal legislation and directives relating to the integration of transportation and environmental decision-making; balancing the considerations of plan and project concepts, costs, need and social, economic and environmental factors. Researches, promotes, and participates in the development of national policies and procedures related to transportation and provides authoritative advice and interpretation of agency policies, procedures regulations and guidance. Participates in the development and advancement of complex environmental streamlining initiatives. Contributes to national level interagency and inter-organizational efforts and activities and programs, policies and projects to advance integrated transportation and resource agency planning. Provides expert national technical, procedural and policy guidance related to NEPA. Maintains and shares expertise related to travel demand, air quality and land use analysis, and related activities, in the context of the NEPA process. Coordinates the planning and conduct of research among FHWA, USDOT and TRB communities to improve cost and product efficiencies. Prepares reports, correspondence, briefing papers, graphic presentations and recommendations for action by officials of FHWA and the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Participates in technical reviews and reports on agency priorities including planning and environmental linkages, livability and sustainability issues. Conceives and conducts educational and promotional activities. Closes 05/30/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council New Orleans, LA, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary This opportunity is also open to   Status eligibles   under Announcement   18-GCERC-11.   Please refer to that announcement for details on open period, eligibility, and how to apply. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The following are the duties of this position at the   GS-13 . If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position. - Support formulation and implementation of a research or non-research (scientific, engineering computing, economic, statistical, or social science-related) program of considerable scope and complexity under general guidance on policy and resources planning, producing reports or publications that will address or answer important questions in the field. - Provide technical oversight of a significant workload of mission-supporting scientific and engineering work by grant recipients/subrecipients. - Brief senior federal and state officials on conservation and restoration policy recommendations. - Lead the development of a system for collecting and analyzing monitoring data to evaluate the performance of coastal and marine habitat protection and/or restoration projects. Travel Required Occasional travel - Yes, 1-5 nights per month may be required. Closes 06/04/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Pape-Dawson Engineers Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc., Northwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Overview : The Practice Leader for the Environmental Services division is responsible for leading a comprehensive environmental services group with special emphasis on environmental site assessments (Phase I/II ESA studies); hydrogeologic studies; geologic assessments; cultural resources; transportation projects and NEPA permitting; and natural resources including endangered species and jurisdictional waters.  Other responsibilities include managing a growing environmental, biological, and archaeological staff; managing budgets on multiple projects; and providing QA/QC for reports as needed.  Responsibilities : This position serves as the point-of-contact for key clients and high profile projects as well as providing staff leadership and development. Ideally, these are the qualities:  Leadership Ability to create innovative and effective client solutions that are aligned with both environmental services and company business objectives Grow and assist in leading our Environmental Services Program with a focus on US energy (oil and gas, electric transmission and distribution) and/or transportation (highways, bridges, and railroad) sector clients Provide leadership and management on a wide variety of environmental planning and permitting projects for energy, government, and private sector clients throughout Texas Experience with and ability to hire, train, develop, mentor, and retain junior staff as we grow our client base and workload Experience and ability to manage multiple complex projects and programs, in diverse settings and with changing requirements Desire to thrive in a fast-paced, highly collaborative team atmosphere Proven experience in building rapport and trust with key clients, business leaders, and team members  Business Development Participate and lead marketing and business development on a local and state level Sustain and grow clients & key accounts, with a focus on environmental services Assist with expanding the entire range of environmental services and champion an integrated services approach Build, grow and develop a team of high performers; recruit & retain specialist staff Develop in-house sector expertise, best practices, and research and development initiatives Actively participate in industry groups Strategic Thinking Identify trends and develop a long-term view of the industry, market and client base Assist in the growth of Environmental Services by establishing new service areas Innovate and enhance Environmental Services’ capabilities, geographic foot print and integrated approach Technical Perform, coordinate and manage site investigations, assessments, environmental contaminant remediation, regulatory compliance and related projects Manage Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, environmental compliance audits, site remediation, soil and groundwater investigations, UST inspections, SPCC plans, and/or other regulatory analysis and reporting Conduct geologic assessments on the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone and karst feature evaluations, as needed Evaluate data, perform analysis, interpretation and report preparation Develop regulatory compliance plans Assist with environmental compliance activities for land development and/or governmental clients Prepare work scopes, proposals, reports and project deliverables  Qualifications: Bachelor of Science Degree in geology, biology, environmental science, natural resource management, archeology, planning, or related sciences Minimum 10 years' experience in environmental consulting in geology, environmental science, engineering, natural resources, and/or related experience Project experience working with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act including coordination with regulatory agencies Project experience preparing NEPA documentation, preferably for Texas Department of Transportation and other transportation projects and environmental permits Working knowledge of environmental regulations such as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act, and Environmental Justice requirements of Executive Order 12898 Basic knowledge of cultural resources and experience with NPS, DOI, State Historic Preservation Offices, BIA, and Tribal Historic Preservation Offices Demonstrated experience with federal agencies such as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and/or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS Experience with the TCEQ Edwards Aquifer Protection Program and Texas Risk Reduction Program requirements Working knowledge of Texas/Central U.S. energy generation (wind, solar) and transmission markets preferred Individuals certified as Qualified SWPPP Developers and Practitioners and Certified Professionals in Erosion and Sediment Control are desirable Proven team-building and positive influencing skills Must demonstrate strong ethics, influence and negotiation, leadership, the ability to effectively manage stress and engage in continuous learning. Must be able to work in all types of weather and field conditions Must be able to work 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, with occasional overtime  We invite you to learn more about our company culture and the numerous benefits of working for one of the largest privately owned engineering firms in Texas by visiting our website:  www.pape-dawson.com . Pape-Dawson Engineers is an AA/EEO employer.
BP Chicago, Illinois, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Role synopsis Lead the Environmental Coordinators and Challenger in the delivery of environmental compliance processes to ensure the business unit can demonstrate compliance with BP and regulatory requirements. Key accountabilities Lead business wide efforts to deliver compliance with Emergency Response & Crisis and Continuity Management requirements, including sustained Level 5 conformance with OMS sub-element 4.6 (C&CM/ER). Ensure all Environmental programs are adequately supported with formally assigned Environmental Coordinators serving as SMEs Manage Environmental compliance processes to ensure the business unit can demonstrate compliance with BP and regulatory requirements Maintain knowledge of environmental requirements and regulations including BP Group practices, federal regulations, state regulations and industry best practices to identify and mitigate existing or emerging risk or compliance matters. Provide accurate and timely guidance on applicable environmental rules, regulations, permits, policies and procedures to ensure compliance is achieved Lead efforts to maintain effective environmental management systems (OMS 3.6 understanding ties to previous ISO 14001 certification). Provide leadership to the delivery and maintenance of Level 5 conformance on OMS elements as assigned by HSSE Manager. Share environmental lessons learned as a proactive approach to preventing incidents, preventing compliance excursions, and improving Provide technical oversight of contract environmental work supporting USPL projects Continually develop deeper capabilities among the Environmental team. Essential Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in environmental related discipline, or Engineering Essential experience and job requirements 8 years total experience 5 years experience in Crisis & Continuity Management and/or environmental roles 3 years work experience in oil and gas Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location) There are no additional requirements. Please respond with N/A below. Desirable criteria & qualifications Prior team leader experience Relocation available Yes - Domestic (In country) only Travel required Yes - up to 50% Closing Date: 28-May-2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
National Park Service Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Visitor Center, Indiana 49, Porter, IN, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary These positions are located at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Please visit   http://www.nps.gov/INDU   for additional park information. These are Full-Time   TERM   positions. Appointment to these positions will not convey permanent status in the Federal service and will be for a period not to exceed thirteen months, with possible extensions up to a total of four years without further competition. This job announcement is open to receive applications from the first applicants. The job announcement will remain open until either the quota of 100 applicants, or 05/24/2018 is reached. All applications submitted by 11:59 (EDT) on the closing day will receive consideration, even those that exceed the 100 applicant limit. Travel, transportation, and relocation expenses will not be paid. All travel, transportation, and relocation expenses associated with reporting for duty in this position will be the sole responsibility of the selected employee. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The primary duties of these positions include assisting with natural resources project planning as well as training and leading field crews to execute natural resources management projects. The technician may assist with conducting literature searches, collecting and organizing field data, and conducting natural areas management fieldwork. The technician will also train and lead temporary field staff, interns, and/or volunteers conducting natural areas management fieldwork, including but not limited to tool and equipment use and maintenance, plant identification, data collection, and herbicide application, as well as manage associated supplies and equipment. The technician will collect and maintain project data, and map work sites using Global Positioning System (GPS) and Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. Work will require applying herbicide to undesirable vegetation, operation and maintenance of restoration equipment, and carrying supplies weighing up to 50 pounds over uneven terrain. The technician will organize, schedule, and execute a variety of established natural resource management projects, ensure adequate quality control of data, and prepare draft project reports.   Area Information : Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is located at the southern tip of Lake Michigan approximately 50-60 miles southeast of Chicago, Illinois. Small towns and resort communities on the beaches of Lake Michigan and farms interspersed with large tracts of woodlands and wetlands surround the Lakeshore. An abundance of cultural and recreational activities are available year-round. The area has weather typical of the Midwest, with temperatures normally ranging from 0 degrees in the winter to 90 degrees in the summer. No government housing available; however, many reasonably priced houses and rental properties exist in the surrounding communities. All services are available. Closes 05/24/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Installation Management Command Fort McCoy, WI, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is located at the US Army Installation Management Command, US Army Garrison Fort McCoy, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, Training Division, Range Branch, Integrated Training Area Management Section, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Fort McCoy is located in a good rural area, between Tomah and Sparta. The area offers commendable schools and reasonable housing costs situated between two major interstates. Fort McCoy has an excellent Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) program. Activities open to employees include the Whitetail Ridge Recreation Activity (ski hill, tubing and other winter sports), a fitness center with Olympic-size pool, saunas etc. and Pine View Recreation Area with an RV/camping park. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Provide technical review and input for installation/agency management plans, research studies, and National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) reviews. Responsible for the accuracy and quality assurance/quality control of all field collected data, associated data analysis and reporting. Conduct natural resources oriented field work on a Department of Defense military installation with live fire ranges and maneuver training areas. Share field data results, captured photos, and trends in field data to support the production of educational materials designed to assist the sustainment of lands and limit land use/training impacts. Thorough knowledge of land use practices and how they impact the land/plant communities, particularly military training as is relates to training land/plant community impacts. Conduct biological assessments of land repair and maintenance activities, analyze results, report findings, and make recommendations on future land management and repair practices. Conduct unique and specialized assessments to answer questions related to past, current or proposed land use or military missions, landscape conditions, and landscape carrying capacities. Travel Required Occasional travel - The business travel requirement is 10%. Closes 06/01/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs San Juan, Puerto Rico
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary Work Schedule: Full -time Employment; Monday thru Friday: 8:00am to 4:30pm Position Description Title/PD#: Supervisory Environmental Engineer /672-12192-0 Recruitment & Relocation Incentives: Not authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not Required Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The primary function of this position is to serve as Chief, Environmental Regulatory Section for Facility Management Service, VA Medical Center San Juan, Puerto Rico. This position is an integrated part of the VACHS Environmental Protection Program. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Serves as Chief, Environmental Regulatory Section, Facility Management Service (FMS) and as such serves as a technical authority in environmental engineering for the VA Caribbean Healthcare System, with responsibility for assuring adequacy of facility Green Environmental Management Systems (GEMS) VA's International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001 program. This involves advising on the overall planning and programming requirements for and problems encountered in the operations and maintenance of such programs at VA Medical Center advice rendered. Pertains to the interpretation and implementation of (and compliance with) environmental management policy directives and applicable procedures and involves subjects directly related to pollution prevention and environmental compliance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board rules and regulations. Involves subjects related to the management of environmental regulatory protection programs, including but not limited to: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA) and Underground Storage Tanks (UST) programs. Involves subjects related to spill response operations resulting from hazardous materials incidents including risk assessment, emergency management response, personal protective equipment selection, and training. Conducts internal gap analyses of environmental compliance programs at VA Caribbean Healthcare System. Issue reports of gap analyzes and tracks status of corrective and preventive actions. Reviews implementation of Environmental Management Systems policy and procedures and reports the status of Regional and VA Central Office. Discusses deficiencies and necessary remedial action with appropriate VA Medical Center staff including top management. Approves preventive and corrective action. Plans, manages, and coordinates environmental engineering projects needed to achieve and maintain regulatory compliance. You will perform other duties as assigned. Closes 05/25/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Forest Service Silver City, NM, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary This position is established on a Forest Service unit, to serve as a lead Forestry Technician on an Interagency Hotshot Crew (IHC Hotshot Squad Leader) for a National shared resource hotshot program. The primary purpose of this position is to lead a small (6-10) crew of highly effective and trained firefighters in wildland fire suppression and wildland urban interface/intermix incidents. Operates a variety of motor vehicles to transport equipment, supplies, crewmembers, etc.  May have ability to obtain Class B Permit/License.  This position may serve as Assistant Hotshot Superintendent as needed. This position has a seasonal work schedule where full-time work is guaranteed for 18 pay periods and when not working, employee is placed in non-pay/non-duty status. The USDA Forest Service has legislative authority to recruit and fill Permanent (Career/Career-Conditional), Temporary, and Term Appointments under the USDA Demonstration Project. Under this authority, any U.S. citizen may apply. This position is being concurrently announced under Merit Promotion Announcement Number 18-FIRE-R3-476766G-TL . Current or former Federal employees may apply to both announcements, but should be sure to apply to the Merit Promotion Announcement in order to avoid losing consideration since different referral criteria apply to each type of announcement. Disabled veterans, candidates with 3 or more years of active duty military service, and candidates eligible for special hiring authorities may apply to the Merit Promotion Announcement if they meet the criteria outlined in the announcement and submit supporting documentation. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serves as a highly trained and skilled fire suppression team leader on an Interagency Hotshot crew of firefighters in wildland fire suppression situations. Uses a variety of specialized tools, equipment (e.g., terra, propane and drop torch, and all-terrain vehicles and engines), and techniques on prescribed fire implementation projects and/or to actively suppress fires.   Presents formal and informal training programs in such areas as initial refresher courses, fire weather, fire behavior, powersaw use, line construction, safety and first aid, air operations, water handling and pumps and hose lays, hand tool use, and other related field courses.   Articulates and communicates to the team the assignment, project, problems to be solved, actionable events, and deadlines and timeframes for completion.   Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, assigns work to subordinates based on priorities, difficulty of assignments, and the capability of employees.   Prepares the crew to perform a wide variety of interrelated tasks, applying specific rules, regulations, and procedures.   Performs wildfire suppression support as directed within training and physical and other duties as assigned. Duties listed are at the full performance level. Travel Required 50% or less - Occasional overnight travel may be required for fire suppression or fire related assignments. Closes 06/04/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Forest Service Washington, DC, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary This position serves as a National Program Leader for Forest Entomology and Pathology Research on the Sustainable Forest Management Research staff within the Office of the Deputy Chief for Research & Development in the Forest Service’s national headquarters. The incumbent is a recognized research authority in the field of forest entomology and plant pathology research. The work requires extensive professional knowledge of forest entomology and plant pathology. The incumbent is responsible for a broad range of leadership activities for the program assigned.   This position is located within the Forest Service, Deputy Chief, Research and Development Sustainable Forest Management Research in Washington, DC.   For additional information about the position, please contact Dr. Toral Patel-Weynand at tpatelweynand@fs.fed.us or 202-205-0878. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Duties listed are at the full performance level. The position exercises the full range of leadership responsibilities for the assigned program, which is national in scope and possesses considerable scientific or technical complexity, requiring an individual with extended training, experience, and unusual attainments in a professional, scientific, or technical field in forest entomology and plant pathology.  The employee is responsible for strategic national program development and planning for the assigned program, including: assessing the adequacy of existing activities for the entire assigned program; identifying emerging issues and problems; anticipating the need for additional knowledge; coordinating program activities within and across the Forest Service mission areas; building support for the program with clients inside and outside the Forest Service; formulating and justifying program budget requests; tracking program performance and reviewing accomplishments of field units; responding to inquiries about the program’s budget and performance from agency budget officials, line officers, and clients; and analyzing workforce capacity, organizational needs, and staffing trends for the program.   The employee is also responsible for recommending priorities among projects within the assigned program, and because projects typically influence and are influenced by activities in other program areas, for coordinating program plans and activities within and across the mission areas of the Forest Service. The employee is the authoritative, nationally recognized professional, scientific, or technical expert for the program, who brings exceptional creativity and ingenuity to the development of plans and proposals to address complex, emerging issues affecting the assigned program.  As a recognized national authority, the employee is a consultant or advisor to Staff Directors, Associate Deputy Chiefs, and Deputy Chiefs across all mission areas, and is frequently called upon to provide authoritative professional, scientific, or technical advice to the Chief and Deputy Undersecretary for Natural Resources and Environment, and occasionally to senior executives of other USDA agencies and mission areas.   Recommends to line officers and staff directors in field units and to the Staff Director, Associate Deputy Chief, and Deputy Chief for Research and Development, which program components and activities should be initiated, expanded, maintained, curtailed, or dropped, and when and why such actions should occur.  Analyzes how program accomplishments are meeting clients’ needs; proposes adjustments to better integrate program activities with other FS programs to increase service to clients; and identifies and proposes ways to eliminate duplication and redundancy in programs, increasing cost-efficiencies in program delivery.   Meets with clients of the program from inside and outside the agency to represent the program, mission area, and agency; gathers information on the program’s effectiveness in meeting clients’ needs; helps clients to adapt program results to create solutions for their problems; and shares what is learned with other program leaders in headquarters and field units to sharpen program focus, improve program integration, and accelerate program delivery.  Gathers information on capital investments in facilities and technology needed to achieve program objectives and builds the budget requests and justifications needed to support the recommended investments.                                                                                          Provides leadership within the assigned program for improving workplace safety and for becoming a more inclusive organization.  Plans and implements activities to accomplish Forest Service multicultural organization objectives and Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights requirements, goals, policies, and objectives.  Supports and participates in the Work Environment Continuous Improvement Process.  Ensures all communication - written, oral, visual, and signed - is non-discriminatory and sensitive to all employees and publics.  Creates a work environment which respects, appreciates, and accepts the contributions and perspectives of all employees. Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel 7 to 8 times per year to other Forest Service offices or field locations and attend other professional meetings. Closes 06/04/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Forest Service Central Point, OR, USA
May 21, 2018
Seasonal
Summary This position is located in Region 6, at J. Herbert Stone Nursery of the Rogue River National Forest in Central Point, Oregon. For additional information about the duties of the position, please contact John Justin at 541-858-6101 or email at jbjustin@fs.fed.us The incumbent serves as a Biological Science Technician and will be responsible for providing technical assistance to professional and technical personnel by performing a variety of recurring and moderately complex duties in support of the production of plant material for reforestation and restoration projects. This position has a seasonal work schedule where full-time work is guaranteed for   18   pay periods and when not working, employee is placed in non-pay/non-duty status. PLEASE NOTE:   This vacancy is limited to the first  40 applications   received and will close at 11:59pm ET on the closing date or at 11:59pm ET on the day we receive the   40th   application, whichever comes first. The USDA Forest Service has legislative authority to recruit and fill Permanent (Career/Career-Conditional), Temporary, and Term Appointments under the USDA Demonstration Project. Under this authority, any U.S. citizen may apply. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Grows tree seedlings and other plants in containers in greenhouses and outdoors, preparation of seed, preparing media, planting seed, fertilizing, irrigating, and controlling insects and diseases. Maintains proper environmental conditions in the greenhouse and bare root seed beds and maintaining accurate records for chemical applications, cultural treatments and seedling inventories. Serves as a crew member or crew lead during seeding, inventory and packing operations. Serves as an inspector for contract work in the greenhouse area and bareroot fields for seedling extraction, grading and packing, weeding and bird predation. Applies pesticides according to pesticide label directions, applies fertilizers at the proper rate and formulation to maximize seedling growth to meet client’s specifications. Interprets soil and plant moisture data to determine irrigation needs and scheduling. Operates system wells to maintain pressure for irrigation in the greenhouses and in the bareroot seed beds. Assists other program areas with forb and grass seed harvesting, drying and storage, conifer and native seed cleaning, dormant hardwood cutting collection. Operates tractors of various sizes, including large farm tractors, electric and propane powered forklifts, pallet jacks, and utility vehicles. Closes 05/25/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Geological Survey Homestead, FL, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary Why Is It Great To Work For The USGS? Embark on an exciting future! From the peaks of the highest mountains to the depths of the deepest seas, the U.S. Geological Survey has career opportunities that make a difference in both the lives of others and in the environment. Would you like to join the more than 10,000 scientists, technicians, and support staff of the USGS who are working in more than 400 locations throughout the United States? Apply today! As the Nation's largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides scientific understanding about natural resource conditions, issues, and problems. The diversity of our scientific expertise enables us to carry out large-scale, multi-disciplinary investigations and provide impartial, timely, and relevant scientific information to resource managers, planners, and other customers related to: the health of our ecosystems and environment; natural hazards that threaten us; natural resources we rely on, and; the impact of climate and land-use changes. For more information about the USGS please visit   http://www.usgs.gov What General Information Do I Need To Know About This Position?   This is a term appointment for which all qualified applicants with or without Federal status may apply and be considered. Appointment to this position, however, will not convey permanent status in the Federal service and will be for a period not to exceed 13 months/years with possible extensions up to a total of 4 years without further competition. Salary: $43,971 (Step 01) to $57,161 (Step 10); NOTE: First time hires to the Federal Government are typically hired at the Step 01. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Biological Science Technician within the Fort Collins Science Center, some of your specific duties will include: Collect Burmese Pythons and other invasive reptiles in the Greater Everglades Ecosystem, identify reptiles, conduct euthanasia and necropsies, identify reptiles, conduct field radiotelemetry, collect field data, prepare and submit applications for research and land-access permits, and otherwise assist principal investigators with a wide range of field, lab, and office duties in southern Florida. Construct, deploy and troubleshoot traps, reptile enclosures, and other control tools, including checking all traps daily and handling/processing captured animals. Maintain oversight of associated equipment, supplies, project vehicles. Provide information on the ecological impacts and management of Burmese Pythons and other invasive giant constrictors to a variety of interested parties, including other researchers, state, federal and territorial agencies, university cooperators, and the public. Use a variety of general software ( e.g., MS-Excel, MS- Word, etc.) to track and manage project information. Compile data, prepare summary tables and figures, and prepare reports for funding agencies and cooperators. Communicate research results and invasive species issues to a range of audiences in both oral and written form. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is physically demanding and includes walking, bending, climbing, and lifting of equipment up to 100 pounds when in the field, sometimes during adverse conditions. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work is performed in a laboratory or field environment. Field work involves-moderate or sometimes extreme exposure to the discomforts of rain, cold/hot weather, and rapidly running or icy streams and rivers. Special safety precautions are required in many cases, and the employee may typically wear life jackets, special safety boots, waders, and special organism handling gear. Travel Required Occasional travel - Overnight travel may be required an average of 4 nights per month. Closes 06/04/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Federal Emergency Management Agency Washington, DC, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
Summary You will serve as a staff professional in the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Office of Environment, Planning, and Realty (HEP), Office of Project Development and Environmental Review (HEPE) located in Washington, DC. The Office of HEPE is organized into three teams: The Program/Policy Development Team, The Project Development Team, and The Project Mitigation Team. While the two vacancies are within the Program/Policy Development and Project Development Teams, to address operational needs and provide the broadest career development opportunities, the Office operates in a matrix organizational model with employee assignments including activities of all teams, as well as often requiring interaction with teams from other Offices within HEP and the Agency. Consistent with this position description, you may be assigned to other teams as necessary to support HEPE operational needs. The Project Development Team is the focal point for oversight and management of activities that provides policy direction and guidance to our FHWA field offices, State DOTs and local partners in carrying out our responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related environmental laws, as well as, for technical assistance in project related environmental streamlining, stewardship, and interdisciplinary decision-making.  The Program/Policy Development Team coordinates and manages the Office Research Funds and Policy activities; conducts strategic planning and performance management; and facilitates and directs Federal Agency, National Organization Stakeholders, and FHWA/DOT inter-office coordination on initiatives and emerging issues.  Ideal Candidate Statement:   At the full performance level, the ideal candidate is a well-qualified professional with experience in transportation environmental protection, skilled and experienced in implementing the environmental review process, and thoroughly versed in the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related policies, laws, regulations, and guidance.  The candidate has proven experience providing innovative recommendations for advancing projects and programs. This vacancy may be used to fill similar positions within 90 days for this location. PLEASE NOTE: THIS VACANCY IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 100 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED     AND WILL CLOSE  AT MIDNIGHT ON THE CLOSING DATE OR AT MIDNIGHT ON THE  DAY WE RECEIVE THE 100TH   APPLICATION, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Environmental Protection Specialist: Performs as an Environmental Protection Specialist responsible for policies, programs, and technical advice to improve transportation and environmental planning and NEPA principles and processes. Serves as an authoritative focal point for interpreting and applying the requirements of Federal legislation and directives relating to the integration of transportation and environmental decision-making; balancing the considerations of plan and project concepts, costs, need and social, economic and environmental factors. Researches, promotes, and participates in the development of national policies and procedures related to transportation and provides authoritative advice and interpretation of agency policies, procedures regulations and guidance. Participates in the development and advancement of complex environmental streamlining initiatives. Contributes to national level interagency and inter-organizational efforts and activities and programs, policies and projects to advance integrated transportation and resource agency planning. Provides expert national technical, procedural and policy guidance related to NEPA. Maintains and shares expertise related to travel demand, air quality and land use analysis, and related activities, in the context of the NEPA process. Coordinates the planning and conduct of research among FHWA, USDOT and TRB communities to improve cost and product efficiencies. Prepares reports, correspondence, briefing papers, graphic presentations and recommendations for action by officials of FHWA and the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Participates in technical reviews and reports on agency priorities including planning and environmental linkages, livability and sustainability issues. Conceives and conducts educational and promotional activities. Closes 05/30/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Chambers Group Glendale, CA, USA
May 18, 2018
Part time
We have an immediate need for an Environmental Planning Intern, with entry level experience, and a degree in environmental studies or a related field. The opening is for the Glendale, CA office.  Description and Desired Qualifications Duties and Responsibilities Assist with background research for environmental documents, technical studies, or peer review tasks. Assist with preparation of environmental permit applications and environmental impact documents for a wide variety of projects including: defining existing site conditions, performing impact analysis, reviewing and contributing to design plans, and writing sections of environmental documents. Take ownership of documents pertaining to the assigned projects. Ability to interpret laws and ordinances and prepare comprehensive reports. Develop and/or work from design plans of others, compile data, perform basic design and technical solutions. Prepare graphics and reports for limited portions of projects or for small-scale projects. Assist in production of presentation material, concepts, graphics, and reports. Assist in preparation of comprehensive plans and studies, design drawings, and construction documents.   Desired Skills and Expertise: Demonstrate initiative, independent thinking and good problem-solving skills. Strong writing skills required. Ability to work independently and as a team member Exemplary work habits, especially related to safety, common sense, punctuality, and adaptability. Education and Experience Bachelor’s or Master’s degree – in Environmental Planning, Environmental Studies, Geography, or a closely related field. Previous experience or internship related to planning, environmental consulting, or related field preferred. Knowledge of environmental laws and regulations such as NEPA and CEQA. Professional association membership participation preferred. The position is part-time. This work will be done in the office with field visits, as needed, to manage projects. Please reply to   careers@chambersgroupinc.com   immediately with your resume and cover letter.  Chambers Group Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and we value inclusion and diversity. EOE-Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. Chambers Group Inc. will make employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing any time.
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Oakland, CA, USA
May 18, 2018
Full time
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a national nonprofit trails organization, seeks a Trail Development Manager for the Western Regional Office (in Oakland) to support our work creating trail networks that connect people to where they live, work and play. This position plays a pivotal role in our Bay Area Trails Collaborative (BATC), a coalition effort to create a 2,700-mile trail network for the Bay Area, as part of RTC’s TrailNation program. The Trail Development Manager (TD Manager) is tasked with advancing trail projects from concept to design phase, which may include planning and conducting community outreach and engagement; cultivating relationships with local government and stakeholders; providing technical assistance; using GIS to produce maps and conduct analyses; developing educational materials and giving presentations. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who thrives on juggling a variety of tasks, is resourceful and self-directed, and has excellent interpersonal, writing and speaking skills. Minimum Qualifications: four-year college degree in urban/regional planning, land use management, parks/recreation, active transportation or related field plus 4-5 years related experience.  Salary: DOE, plus excellent benefits. Open until filled. Please view the complete job description and application process here: www.railstotrails.org (click on Careers at bottom of page). Full job announcement will be posted by Monday, May 21, 2018. EOE.
Amazon Joliet, IL, USA
May 18, 2018
Full time
Overview: Amazon Fulfillment is seeking a full-time EHS Specialist (EHSS) to serve as a designated safety representative for their assigned fulfillment center (FC), coordinating and implementing all areas of the Amazon Global Safety Program as directed by the safety leadership. The EHSS promotes a positive safety culture while complying with Amazon safety standards and maintaining a safe work environment. This includes conducting trainings and coaching associates on observed work habits. The EHSS is required to maintain accurate daily, weekly, and monthly metrics to report to onsite management teams and corporate based reporting systems. The EHSS supports management’s efforts to ensure compliance with all corporate Safety Program expectations and applicable federal & state laws. The EHSS also conducts risk assessments related to jobs performed (Job Hazard Analysis) and new equipment introductions. In addition, the EHSS is responsible for recommending appropriate risk mitigation measures to management, including ergonomics. *Relocation assistance is not provided* EHS Specialist Responsibilities: · Identify and inform management of compliance issues, safety risks, and improvement opportunities through the conduct of daily, weekly, and monthly audits · Facilitate incident investigation process · Maintain required paperwork to comply with Amazon and OSHA regulations · Enter Safety Incident Information in internal database in a timely manner · Perform safety observations & audits · Train and assist others (Area Managers, safety team members, etc.) to complete their safety responsibilities (Audits, Follow Safety Rules, etc.) · Perform specific safety training as required by the Safety Manager · May have additional responsibility for fire prevention, hazardous waste management, or other safety related activities depending on the business unit and location · Participate in process improvement activities and manage actions to completion Essential Skills, Knowledge and Experience: · Ability to communicate health and safety needs to all levels of the organization · Calm demeanor in emergency situations BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Basic Qualifications Basic Qualifications: · Minimum of 1 years in an Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) related field or bachelor’s degree in related field · Knowledge of OSHA regulations specifically 29 CFR 191 · Experience using Microsoft Word and Excel in a professional capacity · Experience maintaining confidentiality in matters involving security and/or personnel issues in the work place · Available to work flexible shifts including days, nights and/or weekends PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Preferred Qualifications: · Bachelor's degree or higher, preferably in a safety related field · Strong communication, teamwork, analysis, judgment, and customer focus skills · Experience leading and managing a team Ability to analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns and conduct job hazard and job safety analyses · Experienced in emergency response and currently holds First aid and CPR certificates Experience in Worker’s Compensation case management · Passion for safety Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing any time.
Amazon Waukegan, IL, USA
May 18, 2018
Full time
Overview : Amazon Fulfillment is seeking a full-time EHS Specialist (EHSS) to serve as a designated safety representative for their assigned fulfillment center (FC), coordinating and implementing all areas of the Amazon Global Safety Program as directed by the safety leadership. The EHSS promotes a positive safety culture while complying with Amazon safety standards and maintaining a safe work environment. This includes conducting trainings and coaching associates on observed work habits. The EHSS is required to maintain accurate daily, weekly, and monthly metrics to report to onsite management teams and corporate based reporting systems. The EHSS supports management’s efforts to ensure compliance with all corporate Safety Program expectations and applicable federal & state laws. The EHSS also conducts risk assessments related to jobs performed (Job Hazard Analysis) and new equipment introductions. In addition, the EHSS is responsible for recommending appropriate risk mitigation measures to management, including ergonomics. *Relocation assistance is not provided* EHS Specialist Responsibilities : · Identify and inform management of compliance issues, safety risks, and improvement opportunities through the conduct of daily, weekly, and monthly audits · Facilitate incident investigation process · Maintain required paperwork to comply with Amazon and OSHA regulations · Enter Safety Incident Information in internal database in a timely manner · Perform safety observations & audits · Train and assist others (Area Managers, safety team members, etc.) to complete their safety responsibilities (Audits, Follow Safety Rules, etc.) · Perform specific safety training as required by the Safety Manager · May have additional responsibility for fire prevention, hazardous waste management, or other safety related activities depending on the business unit and location · Participate in process improvement activities and manage actions to completion BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Essential Skills, Knowledge and Experience: · Ability to communicate health and safety needs to all levels of the organization · Calm demeanor in emergency situations Basic Qualifications: · Minimum of 1 years in an Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) related field or bachelor’s degree in related field · Knowledge of OSHA regulations specifically 29 CFR 191 · Experience using Microsoft Word and Excel in a professional capacity · Experience maintaining confidentiality in matters involving security and/or personnel issues in the work place · Available to work flexible shifts including days, nights and/or weekends PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Preferred Qualifications: · Bachelor's degree or higher, preferably in a safety related field · Strong communication, teamwork, analysis, judgment, and customer focus skills · Experience leading and managing a team Ability to analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns and conduct job hazard and job safety analyses · Experienced in emergency response and currently holds First aid and CPR certificates Experience in Worker’s Compensation case management · Passion for safety Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing any time.
Chambers Group Santa Ana, CA 92707, USA
May 18, 2018
Full time
We have an immediate need for a Staff Botanist/Restoration Ecologist with overall experience in restoration, plant ecology, or botany.   Description and Desired Qualifications Position Summary Responsible for technical direction and resource management support to meet client, project, and office objectives. Serve as a key team member managing, leading, and supporting habitat restoration projects, biological surveys, impacts analysis, permitting, and environmental compliance. Show extensive experience in preparing and implementing habitat restoration mitigation and monitoring plans, overseeing landscape crews, and monitoring for habitat restoration success. Must be able to identify common local vegetation types including both native and non-native plant species in a variety of habitats throughout southern California. Familiarity with botanical data collection procedures (e.g., point/line intercept transects, quadrat sampling, CRAM); statistical design and analysis, interpretation, and document presentation; experience in USFWS/CDFW documentation and consultation support; wetland and/or riparian ecology and hydrology; soil science; and/or plant taxonomy. Duties and Responsibilities Serve as a key member of project team for fieldwork, research, data collection, report writing. Demonstrate experience with the CDFW Protocols for surveying and evaluating impacts to special status native plant populations and natural communities, the Jepson Manual, and other local floras. Demonstrate technical expertise in one or more aspects of botany, restoration, plant ecology, and/or plant taxonomy. Ability to manages small projects.  Ability to manage task orders, including administrative duties, such as staffing, scheduling, budgeting to meet project requirements. Provide assistance in proposal development and new business activities; assist in preparation of small to medium proposals, including budgets and schedules. Demonstrate strong knowledge of local plant species and ecosystems. Familiarity with vegetation mapping, habitat assessments, tree inventories, and focused/protocol surveys for special-status plant species. Ability to prepare, design, and implement habitat restoration plans and habitat mitigation and monitoring plans, and associated matrices for tracking compliance. Demonstrate knowledge and experience with federal and state regulations, including CEQA/NEPA, CDFW Code, Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Acts. Ability to manage and implement project mitigation requirements, staffing of biologists and landscape crews, coordinating with project team and construction supervisors, and maintaining schedules as it relates to construction or habitat restoration progress. Ability to conduct wetland and jurisdictional surveys or CRAM analysis, and assist with the preparation of wetland and waterbody encroachment permits (CWA Section 404 and 401, CDFW Section 1600) or prepare habitat restoration plans for riparian ecosystems. Provide a high-level of quality control. Demonstrate ability to complete projects on time and within budget. Ability to mentor junior staff with enthusiasm. Demonstrate strong conceptual, organizational, problem-solving, and research capabilities. Demonstrate confidence in dealing with clients, regulators, and team members. Rigorously detail-oriented and committed to accuracy. Assist with administrative duties, such as training and supervision to meet project requirements. Provide presentations to cross-train younger staff. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Must demonstrate strong technical skills and expertise in restoration, plant ecology, or botany. Demonstrate initiative, independent thinking, good problem-solving skills, excellent field skills, and educational background in plant biology. Possess strong leadership skills, ability to work independently and as a team member, and exemplary work habits, especially related to safety, common sense, punctuality, and adaptability. Demonstrate excellent organization and communication skills and experience managing multiple staff on projects. Demonstrate strong relationships with clients and confidence in consulting with contractors, agencies, and regulators. Demonstrate strong and accurate writing skills, including experience writing habitat restoration plans. Demonstrates experience in conducting surveys and monitoring for mitigation success criteria. Demonstrate a commitment to safety and promote safe behavior. Provide positive and enthusiastic leadership/mentoring for younger staff. Education and Experience Minimum BS, BA required. Approximately 3-7 years of experience in technical disciplines with at least 3 years local experience and 2 years of demonstrated ability to perform in technical lead role. Professional membership participation preferred. Must have knowledge and experience with state and federal ESA and MBTA. Must have experience in preparing and reviewing habitat restoration plans and specifications for compliance with approved mitigation requirements and resource agency permits.  The position is full-time with benefits. This work will be done in the office with field visits, as needed, to manage projects. Please reply to   careers@chambersgroupinc.com   immediately with your resume and cover letter.  Chambers Group Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and we value inclusion and diversity. EOE-Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. Chambers Group Inc. will make employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing any time.