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Environmental Scientist (Mid Level)

South Portland, ME · Architecture/Engineering
  • Perform natural resource surveys including, but not limited to, wetland delineations and functional assessments, wildlife habitat evaluations, protected species surveys and water quality data collection/analysis
  • Assist project managers with development of federal, state and local permit applications
  • Permit compliance monitoring
  • Develop supporting figures and mapping for various projects using GPS and GIS technologies
  • Preparation of various technical reports
Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • Project and client management experience preferred
  • Advanced knowledge and demonstrated experience with GIS and GPS mobile technologies
  • Ability to identify and/or key out local plant species
  • Ability to characterize soil profiles
  • Understanding of wetland regulations, both State and federal
  • 5-10 years of experience
  • B.S. in physical sciences, natural resources, wetland science, or a related field, M.S. may substitute for two years of experience
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of wetland regulations in Florida is required
  • Experience operating off-road vehicles, boats, and trailers
  • Experience with mobile data collection technology highly desired
  • Must have the ability to conduct tasks independently
  • Must be able to multi-task and manage own and others time for various Project Managers and clients
  • Expertise in identifying local flora and fauna
  • This position may involve working in remote field locations, temporary assignments in other regions, and may include night/weekend shifts and/or working long hours in challenging weather conditions.
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