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Ceres Boston, MA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Director, Corporate Clean Energy Leadership Organization Ceres is a sustainability nonprofit organization leading the most influential investors and companies to build leadership and drive solutions throughout the economy. Through our powerful networks and advocacy, we tackle the world’s biggest sustainability challenges, including climate change, water scarcity and pollution, and human rights abuses. For more information about Ceres, please visit our web site ( www.ceres.org ). Description & Responsibilities The Director, Corporate Clean Energy Leadership will coordinate across the organization and with external partners to spur U.S. corporate leadership on clean energy uptake and greenhouse gas emission reductions. The successful applicant will work with Ceres’ Climate & Energy, Company, Investor and Policy Network teams to mobilize companies to make and actualize strong commitments to disclosure of climate risk exposure, renewable energy, energy efficiency/productivity, electric vehicles, and science-based targets for greenhouse gas emission reductions.  The Director will coordinate and measure Ceres’ cross-organizational work to advance corporate clean energy uptake, including direct engagement with Company Network members. The Director will work with Ceres’ Investor Network members to make the business and investor case for companies to embrace bold clean energy and climate commitments, and to spur corporate uptake accordingly. In addition, the Director will play a significant role collaborating with external partners, including a leadership role coordinating a multi-organizational working group focused on spurring U.S. corporate uptake of clean energy and science-based greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. This is an exciting time to be working with some of the nation’s most influential companies and investors to advance solutions to climate change. This is a full-time position, based in our Boston office and will report to the Vice President, Climate & Energy.  Specific duties include, but are not limited to: Develop and execute annual programmatic goals and Ceres’ organizational strategy for advancing U.S. corporate clean energy procurement and greenhouse gas emission reductions, as well as support strategic planning for Ceres’ climate and energy work. Develop, coordinate, and implement campaign strategies and tactics to encourage corporate uptake of cleaner sources of energy, including renewable energy, energy efficiency/productivity and electric vehicles, as well as science-based greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Lead a U.S. corporate engagement working group comprised of Ceres and several key partner organizations who are looking to step up collaboration to spur greater corporate uptake of clean energy and science-based greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Conduct an annual assessment of the campaign, and re-direct strategies and tactics based on evaluation. Partner closely with Ceres teams, including the Electric Power, Transportation, Company Network, Policy Network and Investor Network teams, to execute Ceres’ corporate clean energy and climate strategies. Work with and mobilize existing multi-trillion dollar investor network with goal of spurring and enabling corporate uptake of clean energy and commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Direct cross-organizational efforts to build the business case for corporate action on clean energy and greenhouse gas emission reductions, in coordination with Ceres staff such as the Senior Managers for Renewable Energy, Energy Productivity and Clean Vehicles, and including managing and/or overseeing research and report production. Develop and execute outreach strategies to persuade corporate decision makers of the benefits of uptake of clean energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Manage and advance relationships with current and potential funders, including by partnering with the Development Team on grant proposals or engagements with donors to raise funds to support this campaign. Supervise at least one staff member, to include training, conducting performance reviews, and providing guidance and support with professional development. Support the implementation of cross-organizational campaign management systems. Assist with planning for the Ceres annual conference program and bi-annual Investor Summit, and assist or lead with management of other events to advance campaign objectives. Represent Ceres as a speaker at conferences and events. As needed, support Ceres’ other climate and energy priorities. Travel, as needed, to engage with companies, investors and stakeholders. Qualifications At least 10 years of relevant experience. Bachelor degree required.  Master or other advanced degree in business, environment, law, public policy or related field, preferred. 5 years of management and strategy development experience. Knowledge of environmental and sustainability issues important. An understanding of corporate finance, the socially responsible investment community, and the environmental and sustainability movements, preferred. An understanding of investment firms, financial institutions, and institutional investors, preferred. Knowledge of renewable energy, energy efficiency/productivity, electric vehicles and science-based greenhouse gas emission reduction targets is preferred, but not required. 5+ years of experience supervising staff, including ability to provide training and support staff development. Experience developing and managing progress against goals and budgets. Demonstrated ability to deliver specific projects and initiatives independently and leading a team. Proven ability to manage multiple projects from concept to completion on own momentum and with limited guidance. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, in a fast-paced environment. Sound judgment, sensitivity to diverse constituencies, excellent interpersonal skills, strong initiative and motivation. Effective presentation style and excellent oral and written communication skills. Advocacy or campaign experience is preferred. Willingness to travel as needed to accomplish duties noted above.  How to Apply We encourage all applicants to review our website to familiarize themselves with Ceres before applying:  www.ceres.org .  If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a resume, cover letter, two writing samples, and a list of three references, as well as complete the additional information as instructed. Ceres is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against any individual based on race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military or veteran status, disability, or any factors prohibited by applicable law.
U.S. Forest Service United States
Apr 20, 2018
Temporary
Temporary Forestry Aids - Technicians Click the job titles to see details and to apply to each position. Forestry Technician (Recreation) Vacancies in the following locations:  Alpine, AZ  -  Tijeras, NM  -  Austin, NV  -  Idleyld Park, OR McKenzie Bridge, OR  -  Entiat, WA  -  Leavenworth, WA Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/20/2018 to 04/26/2018 Forestry Technician (Timber Stand Improvement) Custer Gallatin National Forest ,  Camp Crook, South Dakota Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/20/2018 to 04/26/2018 Forestry Technician (Fire Suppression) Vacancies in 43 Arizona and New Mexico locations Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/20/2018 to 04/24/2018 Forestry Technician (Recreation) White River National Forest,  Aspen, Colorado Starting at $16 (GS 05) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/20/2018 to 04/24/2018 Forestry Technician (Recreation) White River National Forest,  Aspen, Colorado Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/20/2018 to 04/24/2018   Forestry Technician (Wilderness/Trails) Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest,  Bridgeport, California Starting at $16 (GS 05) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/25/2018 (apply ASAP- limited to the first 50 applications received) Forestry Aid (Fire Suppression) 36 Arizona and New Mexico locations.  Starting at $12.74 (GS 03) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/23/2018 Forestry Technician (Wilderness/Trails) Troy, Montana Starting at $17.84 (GS 06) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/23/2018 ( L imited to the first 50 applications ) Forestry Technician (Trails) V acancies in the following locations:  Mountain Home, ID   T ijeras, NM  -  Detroit, OR Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/18/2018 to 04/24/2018 Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Administration) Prather, California Starting at $17.84 (GS 06) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/18/2018 to 04/24/2018 Forestry Technician (Recreation) Brooklyn, Mississippi Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/17/2018 to 04/23/2018 Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Peparation) Chippewa National Forest, Deer River, Minnesota Starting at $17.84 (GS 06) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/17/2018 to 04/23/2018 Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Preparation) V acancies in the following locations:  North Fork, CA  -  Prather, CA  -  Steamboat Springs, CO  -  Baldwin, MI Starting at $14.30 (GS 04) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/17/2018 to 04/23/2018 Forestry Aid (Timber) La Jara, Colorado Starting at $12.74 (GS 03) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/17/2018 to 04/23/2018 Forestry Aid (General) Black Hills National Forest,  Newcastle, Wyoming Starting at $12.74 (GS 03) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/23/2018   Forestry Technician (Timber Stand Improvement) Vacancies in the following locations:  Groveland, CA  -  North Fork, CA  -  Springville, CA Starting at $16 (GS 05) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/25/2018   Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Preparation) Vacancies in the following locations:  Mi-Wuk Village, CA  -  North Fork, CA  -  Prather, CA Starting at $16 (GS 05) Temporary • Full-Time Open 04/19/2018 to 04/25/2018     Click the job titles  to see details and to apply to each position. (Clicking Apply Now links to EnvironmentalCareer.com U.S. Forest Service employer page)   Remember to say you found this opportunity at   EnvironmentalCareer.com
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Walla Walla, WA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Seasonal
Description The Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field. We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and approaches to fulfilling the agency's mission.   WDFW is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable recreational and commercial opportunities dependent on viable fish and wildlife populations. Each day, WDFW employees facilitate fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for millions of residents and visitors. WDFW's employees–field and laboratory biologists, geneticists, research scientists, hatchery professionals, policy experts, fully commissioned law enforcement officers, land stewards, lab technicians, property acquisition specialists, customer service representatives and others work throughout the state. WDFW employees protect and restore critical habitat, strive to facilitate species recovery when necessary, and manage hundreds of fish and wildlife species. WDFW employees maintain nearly a million acres of public wildlife lands. They interpret, apply and enforce state and federal laws and collaborate with stakeholders to protect fish and wildlife resources. Find out more about us and the important work we are a part of at   www.wdfw.wa.gov .   Fish and Wildlife Biologist 1 (Full time, Non-Permanent) The Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting to fill one, full time, non-permanent Fish and Wildlife Biologist 1 position located in the Wildlife Program, Game Division. The duty station will be located at the District 3 office, located at 1340 13th Ave. Walla Walla, Walla Walla County. The employment period is approximately 6 months, May 2018 – October 2018.   This temporary position will work under the supervision of a Fish and Wildlife Biologist 4, Wolf Specialist. Under the direction of the Wolf Biologist 4, the Section Manager, or the Wolf Biologist 2, this position assists in performing capturing, marking, and monitoring wolves and conducting surveys to address wolf management needs from mid-May through August, with a potential employment extension. The position may periodically assist in response/mitigation of wolf-livestock conflict and other large carnivore surveys and/or study activities across the state. Duties Primary duties include: setting and maintaining a capture line, immobilizing and handling captured animals, radio-collaring wolves, conducting field survey work including use of trail cameras. Locate, capture, radio-collar, and monitor wolves in Washington: Following reports from local biologists and the public to confirm wolf activity in identified areas. Once pack activity is confirmed, capture, collar and release wolves using contemporary trapping and anesthesia methods. Track collared wolves via satellite downloads, aerial or ground surveys. Assists in preparing management research reports or proposals based on field activities. Coordinate wolf monitoring and capture activities with state and federal agencies, tribal entities, private landowners, and other WDFW collaborating partners by developing good relationships with those entities. Qualifications Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in fisheries, wildlife management, natural resource science, environmental science, or related field; or equivalent in education/experience. Professional experience:   require three (3) years of experience as a Habitat Technician, Scientific Technician or equivalent similar technician in wildlife field. Experience with four-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs. Experience in chemical immobilization of wildlife. Experience maintaining vehicles and equipment. Experience operating in the field with minimal supervision.   Key Competencies:   The qualified applicant will demonstrate knowledge & abilities in the following areas: Knowledge of wolf ecology, biology, and behavior Knowledge of wolf capture and handling techniques Wildlife immobilization Knowledge of health and safety policies, procedures and standards. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Ability to de-escalate confrontational situations. Ability to meet productivity standards, deadlines and work schedules. Knowledge of vehicles and equipment maintenance and repair. Ability to work independently maintaining a high quality of work. Basic computer skills. Ability to safely operate vehicles, ATVs, trucks, tractors and a variety of power tools and equipment. Maintain daily activity and use records. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Must be punctual and perform in a dependable manner. Must be able to travel and have a willingness to work irregular hours when necessary Behavioral Competencies: Creative and innovative thinking. Communication effectiveness Organizational awareness. Work effectively independently and as a member of a team. Adaptability and flexibility. Accountability Performance leadership. Ethics and integrity. Results orientation and initiative. Appearance and Attire   - While an agency dress code is not currently required, Biologists are expected to dress appropriately for the type of work they are conducting. An agency emblem must be visible while conducting work for the department. A professional appearance including grooming and attire is expected when working with local, state, and federal agencies, tribes, permit applicants and the public. Footwear used during fieldwork should be appropriate to minimize risk of injury.   Preferred/Desired Qualifications: Minimum of 3 years of independent fieldwork. Minimum 2 years of independent wolf capture and handling. Master's degree in wildlife management, wildlife biology, or wildlife ecology; with emphasis on wolves. Work experience and geographic familiarity with areas currently occupied by wolves in Washington. Experience in chemical immobilization of wildlife. Experience maintaining vehicles and equipment. Experience operating in the field with minimal supervision . Supplemental Information Working Conditions The working environment is primarily composed of fieldwork but involves a minimal amount field preparation and data management in the office. Most work (75%) will be carried out in a field setting with periodic office meetings. Travel in trucks and on ATVs occurring daily. Employee must be capable of stooping, bending, walking, lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds over steep, rugged terrain in hot or cold weather. Employee must be able to exercise sound and good judgment to ensure personal and co-worker safety. Potential hazards are associated with hot (100+ degrees) and cold weather, stinging and biting insects, plants with thorns, animals with sharp pointed teeth, blistering sun, wind chill, use of tools such as chainsaws, gasoline, diesel and chemical solvents. Fieldwork requires that sometime be spent on hands and knees in the stream, and walking or crawling through dense understory and woody debris. These positions are physically demanding and require carrying field gear in frequently rough and steep terrain for moderate distances, often during inclement weather. At study sites, the incumbent is expected to work both independently and in teams. Employees must be comfortable navigating throughout managed landscapes on foot and in some study sites that have been recently harvested, over downed trees and wood and up streams that may be slippery. Employees must be comfortable navigating and driving on logging roads. Closing 4/29/2018 11:59 PM Pacific Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Ridgefield, WA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Seasonal
This recruitment is for (1) one 7-months permanent full-time Career Seasonal Scientific Technician 2 in the Fish Program, WDFW/Fish Management /ESA -  Andromous Fish Investigations Unit.  The duty station for this position is the Region 5 Office located at 5525 S 11th Street, Ridgefield, WA 98642.   This position contributes directly to agency goals by following established protocols to collect data in the field, which are used to better understand and manage ESA-Iisted populations in the Lower Columbia River (LCR) and its WA tributaries.   This is a career seasonal seven-month (approximately July 1 – January 31 each year) full-time Scientific Technician 2 position located in Fish Program, ESA/Anadromous Fish Investigations Unit.  This position reports to the Region 5 Chinook VSP Lead Biologist and will be responsible for conducting VSP in the Lower Columbia River (LCR).  Duties for the position include, but are not limited to: 1.) conducting adult salmonid spawning ground surveys and 2.) assisting in the installation, operation, maintenance, and removal of adult fish weirs.  This position will also assist data entry into established spreadsheets and databases, proof field datasheets, scale cards, databases, and spreadsheets.   Duties Salmonid VSP monitoring Tasks include: Chinook and coho projects: Conducts salmonid spawning ground surveys on Lower Columbia River tributaries using protocols established by the lead biologist to collect data needed to measure VSP parameters and generate unbiased and precise adult salmonid abundance estimates Walks or rafts 4 – 6 miles a day conducting stream surveys to collect spawning ground data Identifies and enumerates adult salmonids (live and dead) and redds Collects biological data from live, and dead, adult fish and carcasses Lower Columbia River weir projects: Installation, removal, maintenance, and operation of adult monitoring weirs Captures, identifies, enumerates, handles, and tags/marks salmonids (live adults and juveniles) Collects biological data from live adult fish and carcasses Data collection, entry and management Tasks include: Field data collection Accurately records and/or proofs data collected during field activities. Uses various handheld data collection devices: iPads, tough pads, GPS's, PIT tag readers and CWT detectors. Data entry/proofing Uses a computer to enter and proof data that has been collected into established spreadsheets and/or databases (e.g. Traps, Weirs, Surveys (TWS)). Data management Ensure scale cards, CWT snouts, DNA and otolith sample collections are submitted in a timely manner.  Download, proof, and submit finalized GPS data.   General administration and other duties as assigned Tasks include: Administrative tasks Completion of Total Time Completion of vehicle mileage tracking reports Completion of vehicle/boat logs Completion of travel expense vouchers when appropriate Training Attend required training and Agency meetings Other duties Other tasks as directed by supervisor, which may include but not limited to: assisting with snorkel surveys for summer steelhead, hatchery sampling and spawning, environmental parameter data collection, and assisting with non-salmonid fish and wildlife monitoring. Closing 4/29/2018 5:00 PM Pacific Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com Apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
HNTB Indianapolis, IN, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Overview The time is right to join HNTB Corporation!  HNTB is currently seeking a Scientist I in our Indianapolis, Indiana office. Job Summary Performs limited assignments, scientific studies and investigations for a variety of conditions present at project sites and phases of projects, including planning, design, program management and construction. Essential Responsibility Prepares written reports, maps and statements of geologic, hydrologic, biologic and/or other scientific findings at project site as it relates to the planning, design and construction of projects. Collects project related data which may include research, interviews with government agencies and clients, map reviews, field investigations, land use, etc., prepare graphics and exhibits. Determines data collection methods to be used in research projects and surveys. Sets up test equipment at proposed project site to obtain scientific data. Maintains records, collections and files related to specific projects. Keeps current with trends, literature and new developments in ecology and environmental science. Performs other duties as assigned. Basic Qualification Bachelor's degree in Geology, Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science or related field 2 years related experience 0 experience (with Master's degree in Natural Sciences) Preferred Qualification/Skills  - Transportation infrastructure project experience. - Demonstrated INDOT environmental experience, including NEPA documentation and permitting. - Demonstrated GIS experience, including ArcGIS and basic mapping and/or spatial analysis. - Strong written and verbal communication skills. - Computer skills with windows based programs such as Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Outlook.   General Work Conditions Office Environment: Work is generally performed in an office environment in which there is only minimal exposure to potentially unpleasant working conditions. Incumbent must have the ability to stand and sit frequently, and reach horizontally as well as vertically for overhead use. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Center for Biodiversity
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
The Center for Biological Diversity's Oceans program seeks an experienced attorney to use cutting-edge legal approaches to resist attacks on our oceans and wildlife. Our team works to end offshore oil and gas activities, stop fisheries from harming endangered species, curb plastic pollution and safeguard marine life from ocean warming and acidification. The staff attorney will work as part of a team using law, science and advocacy toward reforming destructive practices that are imperiling our oceans.  Main duties: Litigate cases to gain results that will protect marine species and habitats; Develop cases and campaigns aimed to further the goals of the Center's oceans program; Advocate for administrative and legislative policies for marine conservation through scientific and legal comments, oral testimony, policy analysis, petitions for rulemaking, and effective communications; Media advocacy, including writing press releases, media outreach, and delivering effective statements to reporters; Engage the public and opinion leaders to protect the oceans through campaign activities such as public speaking, rallies, action alerts, opinion editorials and outreach. Essential qualities, qualifications and skills: Minimum two years' civil litigation experience, environmental law preferred Familiarity with environmental laws such as the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act Excellent writing, communication, research and oral advocacy skills Proven ability to develop cases and manage a full docket Experience planning and implementing environmental campaigns Strong work ethic and time-management skills Ability to work independently and as a part of an effective team Scientific literacy, background in marine or environmental science preferred A demonstrated commitment to environmental protection Benefits Package: Paid generous medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance 403(b) plan with opportunity for match Relaxed work atmosphere Please submit a cover letter, resume, references and a writing sample. The Center for Biological Diversity deeply values, and is committed to sustaining and promoting, both biological and cultural diversity.  We welcome, embrace and respect diversity of people, identities and cultures.  We are committed to fostering an organizational culture of diersity and inclusion.  The Center believes staff and board diversity is critical to saving life on Earth. We are an equal opportunity employer. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Civil and Environmental Consulants, Inc. Greenville, SC 29615, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Here's What You'll Do: As an Ecological Senior Project Manager/Principal for Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), you will manage project teams to navigate today’s complex environmental regulatory landscape, helping our commercial, institutional, and energy clients to achieve and maintain surface water compliance. You will supervise staff ecologists and lead projects. Working with clients, contractors, and local government officials, you will impact the whole project - from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, bidding, and construction. Projects will/may include any of the following areas of emphasis: wetland and stream assessments, delineations, and mitigation; endangered species surveys including bats and plants; natural stream channel restoration; invasive plant control; bio-retention and wetland treatment systems; and ecological risk assessments.  Here's What You'll Need:   • B.S. degree in Ecology, Biology, or related technical field (M.S. preferred);  • Local and national contacts and the ability to develop and market to new and existing clients;  • Demonstrated client development, leadership and management experience to assist in expanding the Greenville office and the delivery of our services to the energy, solid waste, mining, and real estate markets;  • Section 401, 402, 404 Federal Clean Water Act Regulations;  • Demonstrated understanding of State and Federal regulations from agencies such as USEPA, US Army Corps of Engineers, and US Fish & Wildlife Service; • Performance of statistical analysis of complex data sets and preparation of technical reports;  • Ability to provide senior technical expertise and mentoring to staff and managers in the ecological practice;  • Ability to manage multiple activities, technical professionals and targeted client base;  • Minimum 10 years of experience in one or more of the following areas: Aquatic Ecology, Terrestrial Ecology, Threatened and Endangered Species, Toxicology, Water and Sediment Quality, or Environmental Permitting and Reporting.  Here's Why You Should Join Us: CEC is consistently ranked as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm.  We are looking for people who enjoy using their education and experience to solve difficult technical problems and perform interesting projects. You can accomplish this while working with a team of professionals who are equally motivated to provide high levels of service to our clients.  CEC offers you a small firm work environment with large firm opportunities. Not only will we help you develop professionally, but we will also provide an opportunity to become an owner of the firm and share in its success. We offer a matching 401(k), profit sharing, a performance bonus, company stock, medical dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, tuition assistance, professional development, and work life balance. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply respond to the ad. CEC is an EEO employer – M/F/Veterans/Disabled. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Center for Biodiversity Oakland, CA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
At the  Center for Biological Diversity , we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature - to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive. We want those who come after us to inherit a world where the wild is still alive. The Center for Biological Diversity is currently looking for a  full-time Ignite Change Campaigner  in our Organizing Department. This position is remote unless you are located near one of the Center's office locations. Ignite Change is the Center for Biological Diversity's national network for grassroots action that's standing up to save life on Earth. We are organizing across the country to protect the environment and be a powerful, sustained voice for wildlife, wild places and a livable planet. We're building a massive, volunteer-driven network to challenge Congress, organize and attend rallies, and create local and regional campaigns to save our public lands and oceans. We need talented, committed people in the movement now more than ever - is that you? Primary Job duties: We're looking for that rare someone (Data loving, activist nerd who is ready to organize) who has both a lot of digital/data skills and a lot of political savvy, but we know that not everyone has had the chance to excel in both areas! So if you have a track record in one area but not the other, but think you have the ability and interest to really develop on the side you are lacking experience with, we want to hear from you. The most important things will be bridging online activism with real world action by engaging with volunteers and spreadsheets with equal passion, and solving problems to get from a vision to the final product. Help manage our Ignite Change member/activist database, build precision-targeted queries, run reports, and bulk import new records. Manage social media channels to engage volunteers in tangible political action. Develop and track meaningful metrics by which we can measure our success. Make sure we have timely access to key information about the performance of our online communications and health of our digital ecosystem. Wrangle complex spreadsheets containing detailed user information, inventing new ways of formatting and cleaning data to match import requirements of new tools. Inspire and engage our volunteers and supporters in strategic campaigns to protect wildlife, wild lands, and our air, water, and climate. Support our distributed-organizing and field campaigns with digital tools including social media, peer-to-peer texting, webinars and other platforms. Mobilize and recruit volunteers to take action, maintain engagement of volunteers, and provide support, training and guidance.   Essential qualities, qualifications, and skills desired: Undergraduate degree and/or at least three years of digital organizing and/or grassroots or campaign organizing experience. Strong data analytics and data management skills. Experience with digital tools including CRM databases (Action Kit or VAN preferred), social media, peer-to-peer texting, and web platforms. The ability to quickly self-learn how to apply new technologies for specific purposes by reading documentation, consulting developers, and referencing APIs. Attention to detail Ability to work independently. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with team members and volunteers. A proven ability to produce clear, concise, persuasive writing on tight deadlines. Experience with volunteer management and engagement. The ability to juggle multiple projects and multiple deadlines. Experience with campaign planning and strategy preferred. Experience working with a distributed organizing model preferred. A passion for and demonstrated commitment to biodiversity, wildlife and environmental justice.   Expectations: Be a good teammate and colleague. We value teamwork and expect each member of the team to have a "can do" attitude and a willingness to help when/where needed. Be open to and expect weekend and nighttime hours. Be comfortable with a remote workplace. You will interact with your coworkers and with volunteers primarily via Slack, video chat, and phone calls. Be committed to protecting the environment and social justice; Enjoy working in a dynamic, fast-paced workplace where plans can change day-to-day. Be a competent writer. You don't need to be a poet, but you can churn out clearly-written, mostly error-free copy on a tight deadline. Be committed to winning. To us that means being accountable for outcomes, being willing to test your ideas against reality and adapt if your approach isn't working, and being willing to do whatever it takes to accomplish our goals. Be hands-on in your approach. We expect everyone on our team to regularly do every task that we ask volunteers to do. Ours is not a team for "ideas people" or anyone who is unwilling to personally dive in to do necessary repetitive work or manually solve messy, complex, difficult problems. Love and respect volunteers. Volunteers are at the center of everything that we do. We believe that change happens when millions of regular people set out to change the world. Our job is to support volunteer leadership. Ability to understand our digital tools in order to develop creative uses for them Benefits package: The Center offers a very generous benefits package which includes: Paid Medical, dental and vision plan for employee. Paid Short-term and long-term disability. 403(b) plan with opportunity for match. Generous time off policies. Relaxed work atmosphere and dress code. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Center for Biodiversity Los Angeles, CA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
The Center for Biological Diversity seeks a full-time program assistant in our Climate Law Institute. The Climate Law Institute wages innovative legal and public-pressure campaigns to keep fossil fuels in the ground, advance clean-energy solutions, and protect species and ecosystems threatened by climate change.   The program assistant will provide administrative, secretarial and campaign support to a dynamic team to support litigation, policy advocacy, grassroots organizing and media outreach. The working environment is fast-paced, exciting and supportive.   Main duties : Provide logistical planning and coordination of internal and external meetings, travel & conference arrangements, and events such as public presentations, rallies and hearings; Complete office-management tasks including coordination with building management, contractors, mail and deliveries, maintaining office supplies, and office upkeep; Provide administrative support as needed to lawyers, organizers and scientists, which may include formatting documents, copying, retrieving documents and similar tasks; Prepare and distribute documents and materials to support all campaign work; Assist with organizing and other campaign tasks.   Essential qualities, qualifications and skills: Ability and willingness to complete all of the listed job duties in a professional manner and properly handle confidential information; Excellent organizational and communication skills; Proficiency with PC operation and audio visual equipment; Proficiency with computer programs including Outlook, Word and Excel; A strong work ethic and ability to work well both with others and independently; Commitment to environmental protection; Demonstrated research and writing skills strongly preferred.   Salary is commensurate with other nonprofit organizations and experience, and includes an excellent vacation and benefits package. Position will be located in our downtown Los Angeles office. Application process: Please apply online by submitting a cover letter, resume and 3-5 references with your application. The position will remain open until filled. No telephone calls, please. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Benefits Package: Paid generous medical, dental and vision plan. Paid long term disability. 403(b) plan with opportunity for match. Relaxed work atmosphere. The Center for Biological Diversity deeply values, and is committed to sustaining and promoting, both biological and cultural diversity. We welcome, embrace and respect diversity of people, identities and cultures. We are committed to fostering an organizational culture of diversity and inclusion. The Center believes staff and board diversity is critical to saving life on Earth. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Clean Earth Kearny, NJ 07032, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Company Description Clean Earth is one of the largest processors of contaminated soils, dredged sediments, drill cuttings, industrial non-hazardous wastes, aerosol cans, consumer commodities, and hazardous wastes. 98% of the material we process is recycled or beneficially reused. We are the industry's Trusted Solutions Provider. Job Description Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assist in compliance reviews, general risk assessments and other safety assessments to support environmental, health, and safety (EH&S) management. Maintain relevant EH&S logs and documentation. Assist in the compliance of applicable laws and regulations. Prepare applicable EH&S reports as necessary. Provide assistance and advice on EH&S issues to make recommendations to facility management. Participate in incident investigations and Root Cause Analysis Assist in the development and presentation of relevant EH&S training Observe EH&S regulations, wear all required safety equipment, encourage safe working practices, correct obvious hazards immediately or report them to the proper personnel. Maintain positive and proactive relations with managers and employees, as well as our customers and regulatory agencies. Comply with all company and EH&S procedures and policies. Tour the operating areas on a regular basis to establish EH&S presence and provide support Conduct daily and monthly EH&S Meetings/Trainings and schedule as needed. Write, implement, and manage EH&S Programs, Policies and Procedures Perform facility EH&S Inspections Evaluate PPE and ensure proper use and maintenance of PPE Enforce compliance of Regulatory requirements (i.e. OSHA, EPA, etc.), including company EH&S policies and procedures. Oversee Hazardous Waste Storage area and ensure regulatory agency compliance i.e. labeling, containment, proper disposal, documentation, etc. Perform Storm Water Discharge sampling and document events Assist in emergency response and provide first aid treatment. Assist in developing Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Follow Fall Protection program, inspect all fall protection equipment and maintain inspection records. Assist in administering and maintaining compliance programs such as LOTO, Hazard Communication, EAP, Hearing Conservation, Hot Work, Respiratory Protection, BBP, etc. Perform additional duties as assigned by EH&S manager. Qualifications Ideal candidates will possess the following: BS Degree in Environmental Sciences or equivalent. Minimum of 5 year experience in an Environmental, Health and Safety position; Technical writing a plus. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Additional Information All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Clean Earth Gadsden, AL, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Company Description Clean Earth is one of the largest processors of contaminated soils, dredged sediments, drill cuttings, industrial non-hazardous wastes, aerosol cans, consumer commodities, and hazardous wastes. 98% of the material we process is recycled or beneficially reused. We are the industry's Trusted Solutions Provider. Job Description Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assist in compliance reviews, general risk assessments and other safety assessments to support Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) management. Maintain relevant EH&S logs and documentation. Assist in the compliance of applicable laws and regulations. Prepare applicable EH&S reports as necessary. Provide assistance and advice on EH&S issues to make recommendations to facility management. Participate in incident investigations and Root Cause Analysis Assist in the development and presentation of relevant EH&S training Observe EH&S regulations, wear all required safety equipment, encourage safe working practices, correct obvious hazards immediately or report them to the proper personnel.  Maintain positive and proactive relations with managers and employees, as well as customers and regulatory agencies. Walk the operating areas on a regular basis to establish EH&S presence and provide support. Implement, and manage EH&S Programs, Policies and Procedures Have knowledge and enforce compliance of Regulatory requirements (i.e. OSHA, EPA, etc.), including company EH&S policies and procedures. Assist in administering and maintaining compliance programs such as LOTO, Hazard Communication, EAP, Hearing Conservation, Hot Work, Respiratory Protection, BBP, etc.  Perform additional duties as assigned by EH&S manager.  Qualifications The ideal candidate will possess: BS/BA in related discipline preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience. 0-3 years of experience in the EHS field preferred or experience in a manufacturing environment. Ability to work effectively with employees and managers at all levels of the organization. Demonstrate knowledge and principles of field and apply through successful completion of assignments. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Ability to work independently and as part of a team with the ability/desire to lead tasks.   Keen attention to detail Additional Information All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Bureau Veritas London, UK
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
TAKE YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL As a Global Environmental Analyst in London working for Bureau Veritas, you will be working on an embedded contract supporting our high profile client in the Banking Sector. You will be responsible for the he provision of global support to our client’s Environmental Centre of Excellence team. Operating with a high degree of autonomy, this is your opportunity to show your expertise and deliver consultancy services that will help to ensure compliance, improve safety and boost performance. All backed by a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and structured development programme from an award-winning employer.   Main Duties & Responsibilities   Provide environmental research and assessments analysis Peer reviews Environmental best practice -ISO 14001 best practice and trends Monitor Environmental trends Maintain environmental sharepoint site Provide global data analysis and interpretation Support development of environmental reports Monitor and track work order status, delivery programmes and projects outcomes  YOU SHOULD BE OR HAVE :  Minimum 3 year experience of environmental management Exemplar client facing skills Ability to chair environmental forums face to face or via conference calls Experience of conducting presentations Experience of environmental research Good understanding of environmental targets and programmes Proven track record of working with complex environmental data sets Experience of environmental delivery plans Experience of engaging with internal and external stakeholders at all levels Advanced Excel / Word / Powerpoint skills Excellent project management skills   Personal Skills Deep analytical mind-set – leave no stone unturned Confident individual who takes ownership Pragmatic results driven / execution focused Good communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to engage support across all levels of the organisation   Qualifications : Degree qualified in relevant subject Membership of IEMA or equivalent (or desire to work towards obtaining)   GLOBAL LEADERS Only Bureau Veritas can offer: Structured development programmes to help you fulfil your potential, including face to face and e-learning programmes The opportunity to deliver excellence for high profile clients, including some of the world’s most recognised brands A long list of awards recognition including Top Employer four years in a row and continued success in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards Plus: Comprehensive financial package including competitive salary and allowances, defined contribution pension, 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, various insurances including Private Health Insurance and other flexible benefits to suit individual requirements Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Civil and Environmental Consulants, Inc. Lombard, IL 60148, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
As an Environmental Project Manager with Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), you will be responsible for interfacing with current clients, as well as managing projects, mentoring junior staff, and providing direction on a variety of projects for real estate, manufacturing, and industrial clientele. Here’s What You’ll Need: BS in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Geology or Environmental Science (MS a plus); 6-10+ years applicable experience in site investigation/remediation pursuant to the Illinois Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objectives (TACO), particularly for sites within the Illinois Site Remediation Program (SRP) and Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program; Ability to speak and write professionally, including experience with the preparation of technical reports, regulatory submittals and proposals; Familiarity with sampling methodologies and requirements for air, soil and water media; Demonstrated experience managing multiple projects, including scheduling, budgeting and cost control; Demonstrated experience supervising technical and administrative staff; Strong leadership, team building, and interpersonal skills; Here’s What We’d Like to See: Experience with characterization of soils and groundwater at RCRA, CERCLA, Illinois cleanup program, and Brownfield sites; Developing, designing and implementing remediation strategies for impaired properties; Professional Engineering or Geologist licensure; Experience with marketing and business development, including existing client connections. Here’s Why You Should Join Us:   CEC is consistently ranked as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm. We are looking for people who enjoy using their education and experience to solve difficult technical problems and perform interesting projects. You can accomplish this while working with a team of professionals who are equally motivated to provide high levels of service to our clients.  CEC offers you a small firm work environment with large firm opportunities. Not only will we help you develop professionally, but will also provide an opportunity to become an owner of the firm and share in its success.  We offer a matching 401(k), profit sharing, a performance bonus, company stock, medical dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, tuition assistance, professional development, and work life balance.  If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply respond to the ad. CEC is an EEO employer – M/F/Veterans/Disabled. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Civil and Environmental Consulants, Inc. Worthington, OH 43085, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Here's What You'll Do: As an Environmental Inspector for Civil & Environmental Consultants (CEC), you will perform on-site environmental inspections associated with natural gas pipeline and well pad construction projects. You'll work directly with the existing Inspection Team, and report on a day-to-day basis with the Chief Inspector of the Client or its designee. You'll provide construction oversight to make sure that the contractor is installing new E&S controls or earthwork so that they match the E&S/construction plans for the site. You'll troubleshoot and help to remediate environmental issues in the field, and conduct site inspections, which will include weekly and post rainfall inspections of the site with the assistance of the current environmental inspector(s). The project areas would primarily be throughout Eastern/Southeaster OH, Western/Central WV, and Western/Southwestern PA. Here's What You'll Need:   • 3+ years of erosion and sediment control management experience;  • Associate's Degree, or appropriate experience;  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;  • Ability to work long hours outdoors under various field conditions;  • Valid Driver's License.  Here's What We'd Like To See:   • BA/BS Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science/Geology, Biological/Natural Resources, or equivalent.  Here’s Why You Should Join Us: CEC is consistently ranked as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm.  We are looking for people who enjoy using their education and experience to solve difficult technical problems and perform interesting projects. You can accomplish this while working with a team of professionals who are equally motivated to provide high levels of service to our clients.  CEC offers you a small firm work environment with large firm opportunities. Not only will we help you develop professionally, but we will also provide an opportunity to become an owner of the firm and share in its success. We offer a matching 401(k), profit sharing, a performance bonus, company stock, medical dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, tuition assistance, professional development, and work life balance. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply respond to the ad. CEC is an EEO employer – M/F/Veterans/Disabled. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Civil and Environmental Consulants, Inc. Knoxville, TN 37920, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Here's What You'll Do: As an Ecological Project Manager for Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), you'll be a part of project teams to navigate today’s complex environmental regulatory landscape, helping our commercial, institutional, manufacturing, mining, and energy clients to achieve and maintain surface water compliance. Working with clients, contractors, and local government officials, you will be involved in the entire project - from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, bidding, and construction. Projects will/may include any of the following areas of emphasis: wetland and stream assessments, delineations, and mitigation; natural stream channel restoration design, construction observation and monitoring; stormwater bio-retention and wetland treatment systems; endangered species surveys and ecological risk assessments. Here's What You'll Need:   • B.S. degree in Ecology, Biology, or related technical field;  • Demonstrated understanding of State and Federal regulations from agencies such as USEPA, US Army Corps of Engineers, and US Fish & Wildlife Service;  • Technical expertise with Section 401 and 404 Federal Clean Water Act Regulations;  • Performance of statistical analysis of complex data sets and preparation of technical reports;  • Ability to provide technical expertise and complement other staff and managers in the ecological practice;  • Ability to manage multiple activities and work on a team of technical professionals;  • Demonstrated management experience to assist in expanding the delivery of our services to target client sectors;  • 5+ years of experience. Here's Why You Should Join Us:   CEC is consistently ranked as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm. We are looking for people who enjoy using their education and experience to solve difficult technical problems and perform interesting projects. You can accomplish this while working with a team of professionals who are equally motivated to provide high levels of service to our clients.  CEC offers you a small firm work environment with large firm opportunities. Not only will we help you develop professionally, but will also provide an opportunity to become an owner of the firm and share in its success.  We offer a matching 401(k), profit sharing, a performance bonus, company stock, medical dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, tuition assistance, professional development, and work life balance.  If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply respond to the ad. CEC is an EEO employer - M/F/Veterans/Disabled. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
PBS Engineering & Environmental Richland, WA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER/SCIENTIST This position will involve technical work on a wide range of environmental projects including: data management and analysis; technical report preparation; environmental investigation and remediation planning; solid and hazardous waste management; and remediation system operation and monitoring. As a project environmental engineer or scientist, you will work with project managers, engineers, geologists, and scientists to develop solutions for our clients and deliver exceptional work products. The ideal candidate will possess experience in operation or environmental investigation of landfills and solid waste sites, and experience with Federal and/or Washington State remedial investigations/feasibility studies. Job Responsibilities/Duties: Support environmental investigation and remediation activities, including planning, field execution, reporting, and client interface; Prepare environmental investigation and remediation design documentation (e.g., work plans, sampling and analysis plans, engineering calculations, and permitting materials); Support preparation of engineering cost estimates, design drawings, and bid specifications; Oversee environmental field characterization and remediation activities; Provide technical support to project managers in the implementation of remediation technologies, and to junior staff on the operation and maintenance of remediation systems and remediation field efforts; Review and analyze environmental data from multiple media and remediation system operational data; Prepare and present technical recommendations to clients and regulators; Prepare remedial investigation/feasibility study documentation and cleanup action reports; Participate in business development activities, client management, and development of technical scopes of work, schedules, and budgets; Represent PBS in a professional manner both internally and externally. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors of Science degree in a discipline such as Civil, Environmental, or Chemical Engineering, Geology, or Environmental Science 5 – 9 years of environmental engineering or science consulting experience; Proficient with Microsoft Office products; Excellent technical writing and verbal communication skills; Self-motivated to meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks; Detail oriented; Good interpersonal skills; and Valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
PBS Engineering & Environmental Seattle, WA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – NATURAL RESOURCES The Sr. Project Manager in our Seattle Natural Resource (NR) practice will be responsible for managing a variety of projects, will serve as a senior subject matter expert to our clients and staff, and will provide leadership/mentorship to our junior NR staff in Seattle and all our offices.  This person will report to PBS’ Natural Resources Principal in Charge and work with other Senior Project Managers, Market Sector Managers, and Client Managers in their day to day activities.  Range of projects include wetland delineations, permitting, mitigation design, wetland and natural resource planning, shoreline restoration, shoreline and in-water work permitting, NEPA documentation, ESA compliance, and related activities.  In addition, the Sr. Project Manager will assist in the development and implementation of our strategic marketing plan for this practice group, which will involve identifying opportunities for new client relationships and revenue growth.  A significant expectation of this position will be to expand our existing client base and revenues over a 1-5 year period. Job Responsibilities/Duties: Manage projects including scope and budget development, staff management and oversight and project implementation from initial project scoping through closeout. Identify new opportunities through PBS’s client base or through new client contacts.  The Sr. Project Manager will show a proven ability to develop and convert opportunities to new business. Oversee and further develop the Natural Resource practice within PBS, which includes both private and public clients including transportation, facilities, education, port, and energy sectors. Provide mentorship to other PBS staff to ensure Natural Resource services are effectively communicated and understood by all staff. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor of Science degree in Biology or related discipline 10 or more years of progressively more responsible Project Manager positions 5 or more years in a supervisory role with a least one direct report Demonstrated success developing and implementing client focused marketing plans Demonstrated success in leadership roles and ability to influence people Demonstrated success working on multi-disciplinary project teams Strong verbal and written communication skills An ideal candidate for this position will have: Experience and expertise with implementation of regulatory framework associated with federal, state and local regulations, permitting, and compliance processes and procedures including the ability to establish and maintain proactive and positive working relationships with appropriate regulatory agencies Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with clients and internal staff Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) certification preferred Experience working on local, state, and federal transportation projects PBS has offices across the Northwest. We are committed to fostering a work environment that is conducive to the personal and professional growth of each employee. This is accomplished through a company philosophy that combines teamwork, open communication and diverse projects. Many of our projects involve several consultants and contractors, requiring a collaborative team effort. We pride ourselves on our project management approach and experience. PBS offers employment opportunities to experienced professionals who are excited by the challenges of meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations. We offer an excellent benefit package including vacation and holiday pay, medical/vision/dental/disability and life insurance, and 401(k). PBS offers mileage-based reimbursement for the use of personal vehicles. For positions requiring transportation, use of a personal vehicle may be required. PBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO). Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Schnabel Engineering Greensboro, NC, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Schnabel Engineering, Inc., is searching for an entry-level Engineering Geologist to join our office in Greensboro, NC. Primary responsibilities are related to civil, geotechnical, and environmental projects and include, but are not limited to:  Work on a variety of field projects ranging from construction observation, to geotechnical drilling observation, to environmental remediation. Schedule, coordinate, and oversee fieldwork in conjunction with the project manager. Assist with report writing and preparation. Qualifications for the position include: Bachelor’s degree in engineering geology, geology, or geological engineering. A Master’s degree and/or work experience is preferred, but not required; training will be provided as needed. Ability to obtain and maintain 40 hour OSHA Hazwoper certification and medical screening after employment. Proficiency in report preparation including technical writing, data analysis, and presentation software such as Microsoft Office (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Proficiency in ArcGIS and CAD (desired, not required) and the desire to learn new software related to the engineering/geology/environmental fields. Valid driver's license. Ability to drive a company vehicle and travel in state and out of state (sometimes for extended periods) for field work as dictated by project demands. Ability to lift a minimum of 35 pounds on a regular basis. Ability to work outdoors in various weather conditions. Ability to work overtime during weekdays and occasionally weekends as needed. Ability to pass a background check which may include criminal history, motor vehicle record and credit check. Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening. The desired candidate must be a team player with the ability to handle a fast-paced working environment. Candidates must be detail-oriented and efficient, possess good oral and written communication, and have good organizational and time management skills. The candidate must also be willing to learn new skills as required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Schnabel Engineering Columbia, SC, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
The Columbia, SC office of Schnabel is seeking an organized, responsible, personable, experienced, and motivated individual to serve in a Senior Environmental Engineer/Geologist role within our Environmental Services Group. Responsibilities include providing technical guidance and review, project management and supervision of routine to complex technical projects. The successful candidate will also need to demonstrate their ability to attract clients, generate leads, and assist in a steadily growing Environmental Services Group within Schnabel. Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Geology or similar program with a minimum of 12 years of demonstrated environmental engineering/geologist experience. The candidate must be a licensed Professional Engineer or Geologist and must be intimately familiar with environmental laws and regulations. The position requires effective time management, written communication skills, analytical skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to efficiently balance multiple concurrent tasks, responsibilities, and commitments. Some travel is likely. Starting salary will be based upon experience and skill level. For over 60 years, Schnabel Engineering, an employee-owned company, has been focused on solving problems related to the earth and environment through specialization in geotechnical, environmental, geostructural, dam and tunnel engineering. We provide our professional services to private- and public-sector clients throughout the US and abroad. We are an ENR Top 250 engineering firm dedicated to excellence in client service, high quality, and value added solutions. Schnabel offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package. If you have an interest in joining our team, please apply below. U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Resident status is required. No visa sponsorship will be provided. Candidates must undergo a background check which may include criminal history, motor vehicle record and credit check, plus a drug screen. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. Sarasota, Florida
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT) , seeks a wetland/wildlife ecologist to work within our   Natural Resource Management & Permitting   Service Line and contribute to the ecological services in Florida and the southeastern United States. The candidate will prepare wetland permit applications, environmental assessments, vegetation mapping, wildlife surveys, threatened and endangered species surveys and reports/proposals. Position may be requested to make presentations, interact with clients, attend conferences and develop marketing opportunities. Working in the field is a component of this job and may require lifting heavy equipment (maximum of 30 pounds), working in inclement weather, walking long distances, working at odd hours and/or long hours and occasional overnight travel. This is a full-time position. A bachelor’s degree in an ecology-related field and a minimum of three years of experience is required. Alternatively, a master’s degree and one year of experience would be accepted. Experience with Florida wetland delineation, assessment and permitting (Florida Department of Environmental Protection, water management districts and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) is required. Experience with environmental permitting of linear projects, land development, public/private projects and listed species, including gopher tortoise permitting and relocation, is highly desirable. A strong project management history, effective technical writing and excellent communication skills, as well as being a team player and ability to supervise/mentor junior staff, are also desired. This position may be based out of any of our Florida offices. Minimum Education & Experience:  Bachelor’s degree in an ecology-related field and three years of related experience Master’s degree in an ecology-related field and one year of related experience Experience with Florida wetland delineation, assessment and permitting Additional Required Skills: Ability to lift and carry 30 lbs of field equipment May be working in wetlands, swamps and forests in southeastern United States May be exposed to adverse weather conditions and require walking long distances Work may be at odd hours and/or long hours with occasional overnight travel Submit your cover letter and resume to   careers@ectinc.com .