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When it comes to environmental consulting, we're helping our
clients protect our world's natural resources. As the
biologist/ecologist you will provide support and expertise in field
biology, regulatory strategy, CEQA analysis, permitting, and
project management. You'll apply your strong background in
botanical, avian, wetland, general wildlife and/or familiarity and
experience with land use and biological/water resource permitting
to challenging natural resources projects.
Based in Oakland, CA you'll have the opportunity to perform both
field and office work, including field work during construction of
projects, coordination of environmental compliance across large
projects, focused biological surveys, and project management.
You'll serve as a key team member, building upon your experience
and mentoring others. You'll be challenged as you support multiple
projects with a variety of assignments, possibly including dynamic
energy (pipeline and/or transmission line), transportation, water
storage, and/or renewable energy projects. Bring your enthusiasm
and desire to conserve our natural resources, and we'll help you
grow what drives you.
**Here's What You'll Need:**
Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Ecology, or
Minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible work history in
biology environmental consulting experience
Experience leading and serving on teams of field scientists
Experience contributing to environmental impact evaluation
(CEQA), siting reports, and environmental permit applications,
including field surveys and reporting, resource and impact
evaluations, and Section 7 ESA Consultation.
Experience with environmental permitting of linear projects
including: USACE 404 wetland permitting, 401 certifications, and
other environmental permitting.
Experience performing various biological field surveys for
planning and construction.
Experience managing teams of compliance monitors.
Demonstrated experience with preparation of resource agency
permitting documents and other technical reports.
Ability to foster relationships with large project teams,
client, client's contractors and regulatory agency staff.
Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects and field personnel,
while still engaging in regular field work and compliance
Experience with project management and preparing proposals.
Ability to travel and work in the field. Ideally,
You'll Also Have:
Master's degree or other graduate degree is preferred
Possession of a state [Scientific Collecting/MOU] or federal
permit [10(a)1(A)] for listed species
OSHA 40-hr HazWoper and OSHA 10-hr Construction Safety
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