Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 37,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 130 countries worldwide.

With environmental sustainability as a guiding principle, our disciplined Corps team is working diligently to strengthen our Nation’s security by building and maintaining America’s infrastructure and providing military facilities where our servicemembers train, work and live. We are also researching and developing technology for our war fighters while protecting America’s interests abroad by using our engineering expertise to promote stability and improve quality of life.

Army Corps of Engineers Nashville, TN, USA
Aug 14, 2018
Summary About the Position:   This is a Biologist position for the Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville Project Planning Division, located in Nashville, TN. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Coordinate planning studies with State and Federal fish and wildlife agencies. Participate in meetings with public and private interests to explain Corps projected programs, emphasizing environmental considerations. Prepare environmental assessments and environmental impact statements on projects of proposals under Corps of Engineers jurisdiction. Review and analyze correspondence from individuals and groups dealing with wildlife or other ecologic problems on Corps facilities. Collect and analyze data to input into various reports. Prepare a variety of reports regarding fish and wildlife studies and ecological studies. Travel Required 25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Pomeroy, WA, USA
Aug 14, 2018
Seasonal
Summary About the Position:   This position is full time permanent seasonal and is expected to work between 6 to 8 months out of the year (March through November). This position is located at Lower Granite Project which lies in close proximity to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley; college towns of Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho; and Colfax, Washington. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Responsible for operation of juvenile fish transportation facilities and/or barges. Collect and maintain data associated with the juvenile fish transportation program. Provide detailed reports to Supervisor on facility or barge operations on a regular basis. Responsible for collecting fish, loading raceways and barge holds, and for determining fish numbers, loading densities, and overall fish behavior and condition. Make recommendations concerning facility and/or barge operations and equipment to improve overall operation. Responsible for ensuring fish facilities and/or barges are operated within fish passage criteria. Coordinate with and/or assist researchers working on fish facilities or barges. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Canal Park, Duluth, MN, USA
Aug 14, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is a Park Ranger for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District at the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center in Duluth, MN working with the public at an information desk. This is a TERM position not to exceed 13 months but could be extended or made permanent. May be filled at the GS-03 or GS-04 grade level. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Work with the public at an information desk Assist in preparing reports, memoranda, and emails Compile and enter data in databases and spreadsheets, performing research on various topics/issues and responding to staff requests Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Concord, MA, USA
Aug 14, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: The Geo-Environmental Engineering Branch coordinates design phases of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radiological Waste (HTRW) projects (EPA Superfund, DERP, BRAC, Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, and International & Interagency Support). The branch also coordinates all environmental engineering, geology, chemistry, and risk assessment required for Civil Works, Military Construction, and HTRW remediation studies, reports, plans, facility safety and performance. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Provide engineering management, coordination and technical expertise in support of the Environmental Protection Agency?s National Superfund Program and the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Cleanup Program. Provide engineering management, coordination and technical expertise in support of the Department of Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP), and other missions. Coordinate directly with NAE Program/Project Managers regarding project scope, scheduling and funding for project activities. Prepare Scopes of Work and establish the investigation/design product required. Visit projects to oversee sampling and technical efforts, to obtain scientific/engineering information concerning problem areas of investigation and engineering design, and to make technical recommendations. Develop Government estimates for contract work, and negotiate with contractors to establish the task design fee, and prepare Price Objective and Price-Negotiation memoranda for contract award, manage contract, and approve contract payment. Travel Required Occasional travel - Overnight business travel required at least 10% of the time. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Council Grove, KS, USA
Aug 13, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Tulsa District, Operations Division, located in Council Grove, Kansas. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities You will serve as Natural Resources Manager for a large geographical area; which includes complex and complicated natural resource and recreation programs. Duties may include: Responsible for the development and implementation of a variety of complex and sometimes controversial natural resource management and protection programs that include fish and wildlife management, soil conservation. Forestry and vegetation management, fire protection, cultural resources protection, flood damage reduction and resolution of encroachments on public lands. Supervise implementation and coordination of approved mitigation plans and other authorized land management plans, operational controls, and procedures governing conservation and use of project resources; including such activities as wildlife habitat, pollution abatement, insect and rodent control, soil erosion, and prevention. Coordinate and manage operation and management of recreation facilities, including campground, picnic areas, boat launching ramps, marinas, historical sites, overlooks, and visitor/information center(s). Assign work to subordinates based on priorities, difficulty of the assignment and the capabilities and availability of the employee. Travel Required Occasional travel - Business travel (TDY) may be required up to 10% Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Memphis, TN, USA
Aug 13, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   Serves as Regulatory Permit Manager. Utilizes professional knowledge of natural, physical, and social sciences theories, practices, and methodologies, as they relate to the natural and human environment. The Regulatory Program ensures that the physical, biological and chemical integrity of the nation's water resources are improved and enhanced and regulated activities are in the best interest of the people, considering environmental, social, and economic concerns. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This is a DEVELOPMENTAL POSITION, GS-7 target GS-11. Only the GS-07 or GS-09 grade level will be selected from this vacancy announcement. Assignments will become progressively more difficult and will be under closer than normal supervision until the full-performance level of GS-11 is reached. At the full performance GS-11 incumbent will: Assist with the development and implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements. Such initiatives and requirements may involve: Develop or re-evaluate General Permits. Participate in special programmatic initiatives which may result from interagency coordination efforts, special task groups, directives from higher authority, or District management. Assist Office of Counsel in preparation of litigation reports. Advise lower grade employees on procedural aspects of the regulatory program. Process permits by personally conducting the evaluation of applications for permits, and the modification of permits, for activities or work in waters of the United States. Evaluations may require most or all of the following: Provide advice to potential applicants/permittees concerning regulatory requirements. Determine appropriate type of authorization for proposed projects. Prepare detailed site evaluations to establish base environmental conditions. Coordinate proposed projects/modifications with the applicant/ permittee, their agent, consultants, and/or attorneys, the general public, elected officials. This may include preparing public notices and/or making preparations for public hearings. Analysis of the full range of public interest review (PIR) factors outlined in 33 CFR 320.4. Preparation or management of accurate and detailed documentation, e.g., environmental assessments (EAs) or Environmental Impact Statements (EISs), PIR and Section 404(b)(1) Guidelines analysis, correspondence and other types of documents as required. Identification of alternatives which satisfy project goals. Recommendation of issuance or denial of permits/ modifications, or conditions for issuance, and documentation of the weighing and balancing thought processes in a Statement of Findings (SOF) leading to the recommended decision. Review of site specific restoration/mitigation proposals using technical experience and judgment to determine the feasibility of proposals. Personally monitors compliance with permits and conducts the investigation of unauthorized work, developing and recommending resolution of enforcement actions. Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position, up to 5%. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   Serve as a senior specialist for the district addressing concerns for the District's Hazardous, Toxic and Radiological Waste (HTRW) and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Compliance programs providing advice and guidance as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Perform surface and subsurface investigations as required to characterize and determine spatial extent of environmental concerns. Investigate environmental conditions relating to treatment of industrial wastewater, and contaminated soil and surface/groundwater. Review existing treatment facilities to determine current effectiveness, efficiency, capacity, and compliance with applicable environmental regulations. Develop environmental engineer portion of plans and construction specifications, and determines the design and treatment to be provided. Conduct feasibility studies, including the development of alternative remedial actions to control waste sites. Perform all environmental engineering calculations (e.g., partitioning coefficient translation, oxygen demand, material balances, etc.) required to ensure design will meet mitigation intent. Possession of an Engineer-In-Training (EIT) certificate encouraged. Travel Required 25% or less - Business Travel (TDY) is approximately 25% of the time. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Cochiti Lake, NM, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
2 vacancies in the following locations: Hasty, CO Cochiti Pueblo, NM Summary About the Position:   This position is with the Corps of Engineers at the either Cochiti Lake Project office or Hasty Colorado. Pay Range for Cochiti Pueblo: 33,507.00 - 66,001.00 Pay Range for Hasty Colorado: 33,394.00 - 65,778.00 Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The duties of this position are developmental in nature (if hired at the 05 or 07 levels) leading to the next higher level position of a Natural Resources Specialist. Some full perfomrance level examples of duties are below. The Park Ranger is responsible for the development and execution of the Recreation Management program including coordination of the work of other Rangers at a lake project. Executes visitor assistance and services programs. Enforces federal regulations through education and the issuance of written warnings and violation notices. Plans project surveillance through patrols of project lands and waters. Prepares, updates and oversees implementation of the Cultural/Historical Resource Plan, project fish and wildlife management plan, etc. Plans, administers, and monitors all wildlife programs and studies. Inspect, audit, monitor, and report resources and programs to ensure compliance with all Federal, State and local environmental regulations, etc. Areas of concern include natural resources management, wetlands, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. Travel Required 25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh, PA
Aug 03, 2018
Full time
Many vacancies in the following locations: Chicago, IL Louisville, KY Detroit, MI Pittsburgh, PA Nashville, TN Huntington, WV Summary About the Position: This position is being filled under the Expedited Hiring Authority (EHA) for Defense Acquisition Workforce Positions in accordance with 10 USC § 1705(g). The initial cut-off for referral consideration is 14 August 2018; applications received by this date will have the first opportunity for review when a vacancy occurs. Applications received after this date will be given consideration on an as needed basis. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Performs duties related to the review, investigation, and resolution of environmental contamination issues on civil, military, and 'work for other agencies' projects. Investigates potential environmental remediation sites, analyzes results of investigations, and makes recommendations. Prepares related products such as schedules, cost estimates, health and safety plans, scopes of work, chemical data acquisition plans, environmental investigation reports, design documents, and detailed contamination assessments.
Army Corps of Engineers Clewiston, FL, USA
Jul 30, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:  This position is located in Clewiston, FL. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Conduct field surveys of invasive plants. Operate airboats and motorboats. Utilize Geographic Positioning System (GPS) and Georgaphic Information System (GIS) to monitor and track invasive species. Participate in the planning, construction or implementation of ecosystem restoration projects. Coordinate and plan with other agencies (Invasive Species Management and Ecosystem Restoration projects). Use invasive species management methods (i.e., Biocontrol, Mechanical, Chemical) Analyze data using spreadsheets, databases and/or GIS Prepare reports and correspondence on technical issues and policy matters. Input data using spreadsheets and/or databases Participate in management of invasive species projects Participate in outreach activities associated with invasive species management and ecosystem restoration. Participate in public presentations to professional societies, civil and educational groups related to invasive species management and/or ecosystem restoration. Operate airboats and motorboats. Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Army Corps of Engineers Little Goose Dam Road, Starbuck, WA, USA
Jul 25, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is located at Little Goose Dam, Starbuck, WA. The Dam is operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers. This is a TERM APPOINTMENT not to exceed 13 months, can be extended up to six years and may be converted to permanent without further competition. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Interprets and applies current environmental protection laws, regulations, and policies to operation and maintenance activities. Performs studies to evaluate compliance with environmental protection requirements. Develops and adapts innovative programs and procedures to ensure efficient and effective compliance with the environmental requirements. Maintains in-depth knowledge concerning current safety and occupational health laws, regulations, policies. Monitors and maintains records of compliance activities and personnel training. Coordinates with representatives of other government agencies and private firms in developing and maintaining plans and procedures to comply with environmental and safety and occupational health requirements. Serves as training coordinator and instructor for a wide variety of complex training topics. Performs studies, testing, inspections, planning, budget formulation, record keeping for compliance with safety, occupational health, and environmental protection laws and regulations. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Truckee, CA, USA
Jul 18, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   Responsible for the development and execution of the Recreation Management program including coordination of the work of other Rangers at a lake project. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Executes visitor assistance and services programs. Enforces federal regulations through education and the issuance of written warnings and violation notices. Plans project surveillance through patrols of project lands and waters. Prepares, updates and oversees implementation of the Cultural/Historical Resource Plan, project fish and wildlife management plan, etc. Plans, administers, and monitors all wildlife programs and studies. Inspect, audit, monitor, and report resources and programs to ensure compliance with all Federal, State and local environmental regulations, etc. Areas of concern include natural resources management, wetlands, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. Perform Environmental Analysis to determine if proposed projects will significantly affect the quality of the environment. Apply knowledge of the NEPA and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as well as the process required to comply with the statutes and policies on environmental protection. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque, NM, USA
Jul 14, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is located with the US Army Engineer District, Albuquerque Planning, Project and Program Management Division, Military and IIS Project Management Branch, Environmental and SRM Section, Albuquerque, New Mexico. This position may be filled at either the GS-12 or GS-13 grade level. Salary Range for GS-12 grade level is $73,623.00 to $95,710.00 Salary Range for GS-13 grade level is $87,547.00 to $113,812.00 Learn more about this agency Responsibilities You would serve as a Program Manager responsible for the Kirtland Air Force Base Bulk Fuels Facility program, and be responsible for quality and goals, budget, cost schedules and the development of management controls. Attend regional, national conferences/meetings, presenting and responding to other agency and stakeholder issues and concerns. Projects include construction projects, environmental clean-up activities and groundwater remediation. Travel Required Occasional travel - Business Travel (TDY) is 15% Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com