Mabbett & Associates, Inc.

Mabbett & Associates, Inc.​ (Mabbett®) is an award winning and internationally recognized firm that is currently celebrating 37 years of service to manufacturing and commercial industry, government agencies and institutions.​ Mabbett is a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Verification and Evaluation, Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.​ The firm provides an excellent employee benefits program, advancement potential, and a progressive and challenging work environment.​ The firm is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Friendly Employer.​ For more information, visit www.​mabbett.​com.​

Mabbett & Associates, Inc. Bedford, MA, USA
Aug 18, 2018
Full time
Location: Bedford, MA or Providence, RI Reference #:NEPA Practitioner-Specialist Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in environmental science, planning, public policy, or earth sciences-related major. Direct professional or educational experience with the preparation of NEPA documents, including categorical exclusions (CATEX), environmental assessments (EAs), and environmental impact statements (EISs). Knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws and regulations related to land use, planning, permitting, and environmental protection. Excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, strong professional writing, interpersonal communication and organizational skills. Working knowledge of land use permitting processes, environmental review, and local agency policies and procedures related to planning and development. Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks within deadlines in a dynamic environment. Preferred Experience & Qualifications 5-10 years of experience managing the preparation of scientifically objective and legally defensible NEPA documents. Excellent delegation and teamwork skills, interdisciplinary collaboration, and synthesizing information for the full range of environmental factors affected by project impacts. Experience coordinating key project data flows between architects, civil engineers, land use attorneys, applicants, and public agency staff. Familiarity with Section 106 cultural and historical resources, USACE wetland delineation/permitting and USFWS Section 7 consultations. Working knowledge of GIS. Key Responsibilities This position will collaborate with multi-disciplinary project teams, conducting impacts analyses for environmental compliance documents in support of federal agencies. The position will require participation in project-related meetings, including public meetings and agency consultations, as well as related miscellaneous tasks as needed.  Additional responsibilities include: Provide environmental reviews, project scope alternative development, field investigation, planning, specifications, cost estimating, problem and conflict resolution, and scheduling. Conduct environmental trouble-shooting and/or consultations, providing technical and project advice and guidance to clients. Conduct comprehensive technical reviews of professional studies, reports and analysis. Collaborate with managers, engineers/architects, construction project managers, legal staff, contract specialists and or contractor personnel, and provide advice and insight on the resolution of unique and/or complex environmental problems. Provide technical reviews; review comments for environmental studies and reports. Provide technical assistance and support to attain and maintain compliance with all Federal, State and local environmental regulations pertaining to land, air, water, natural and historic resources. Prepare environmental scopes of work and/or design documents for A/E services. Provide expert in-house assessments of project impacts, best management practices, typical and creative mitigation measures and required studies and costs necessary to conduct consultation/coordination/permitting requirements, studies and timelines for final project implementation. Prepare NEPA documents and correspondence with regulatory and resource agencies and interested parties, including significant e-mails and summaries of meetings and significant phone calls. Regular verbal and written updates of project status will be a routine aspect of coordinating all assigned tasks. Short-term project travel primarily along the eastern seaboard may be required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com