Anchor QEA

Anchor QEA is a nationally recognized environmental and engineering consulting firm that specializes in aquatic, shoreline, and water resource projects. Our energetic and talented team of more than 300 scientists, planners, and engineers from offices across the United States works closely with clients toward common goals on water resources, surface and ground water quality, coastal development, habitat restoration, and contaminated sediment management projects.

We provide a full range of science and engineering services to the public and private sectors, including planning and strategy development, scientific investigation, engineering design, and construction management. We work on some of the most challenging sites in the nation, and our completed projects are among the most successful in the industry. Our clients recognize that the strength Anchor QEA brings to each and every project reflects our Core Values of technological leadership, integrity, superior product quality, and client satisfaction.

Anchor QEA Seattle, WA, USA
Feb 06, 2018
Internship- Paid
Anchor QEA, an environmental science and engineering consulting firm, is seeking to fill paid INTERNSHIP positions for summer 2018 in several Anchor QEA office locations. Anchor QEA employs over 380 highly motivated people in offices around the U.S.  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, shared benefits, participation in the life of the company, shared opportunities and job sculpting.  We all strive to contribute to a friendly, supportive, and fun work environment. We believe in supporting student education and development, including internships and scholarships in environmental engineering, landscape architecture, planning & permitting and science fields. To this end, we encourage students interested in broadening their education and gaining valuable experience to inquire about an intern position at Anchor QEA.  The work will involve multiple tasks in the different technical fields with which Anchor QEA is involved. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and two (2) references to apply. The cover letter should identify your area of study, your expected time frame of employment, why you want this position, and any other information that you feel is important. You can only upload one document, for that matter, please combine your cover letter, resume and references in one file. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Anchor QEA Kennewick, Washington, USA
Feb 06, 2018
Flexible - Several Options
Anchor QEA, an environmental science and engineering consulting firm, is seeking   fisheries biologist and science-related technicians   to fill several full and part-time positions from February through November 2018 in Eastern Washington. These positions offer opportunities for training and experience in fisheries management, working directly with US Army Corps of Engineers Biologists monitoring the health of migrating juvenile salmon. Technicians will assist with monitoring the number and condition of smolts collected at five hydroelectric projects on the Snake and Columbia Rivers. Tasks include but are not limited to: salmonid and non-salmonid species identification; avian predator identification; basic math calculations; data entry in Microsoft Word and Excel; and scientific report writing. These positions may require working holidays and weekends and working on multiple projects at various locations. Project sites are located at the McNary, Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Little Goose, and Lower Granite dams. Some travel expenses will be covered. Required Qualifications : Bachelor’s degrees in science, or an Associate’s degree with relevant experience.  Ability to meet all US Army Corps of Engineers requirements and security clearances to work at dam sites on the Snake and Columbia Rivers. This includes about 8 hours of online training. Knowledge of Snake and Columbia River fish species. Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs, walking up to 5 miles per day, and working outdoors in various weather conditions. Must have a reliable transportation source to commute to remote locations. Must be able to take direction well and work well with others. Experience working with Microsoft Word and Excel. Desired Qualification : Experience as a fisheries technician, evaluating the health of juvenile salmonids.  Experience handling and anesthetizing fish.  Experience generating tables from Excel, preparing data deliverables, and writing scientific reports.  Experience with water quality monitoring protocols and equipment. Anchor QEA employs more than 360 highly motivated people in offices around the United States. Our people are our most valuable resource, and we are committed to fostering a work environment that is conducive to the personal and professional growth of each employee. We strive to contribute to a friendly, supportive, and fun work environment.   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com