An introduction to the environmental responsibilities of the land development industry through practical experience and exposure to wetland delineations, threatened and endangered species inventories, procuring appropriate permits, and coordination with regulatory agencies at the county, state, and federal levels.
Do the work
-Learn and participate in complex field assessments, land use studies, and parkland impact assessments.
-Conduct biological monitoring and assessments for quantifying impacts of development on wildlife populations.
-Willingness and eagerness to learn.
-Self-starter with the tenacity to seek out resources to further knowledge and experience.
-The ability to work independently and within a team environment.
-Ability to demonstrate effective communication with all levels, both internal and external.
-Ability to effectively participate as part of a project team.
-Highly motivated and problem-solving attitude.
-Have a sense of urgency in responding to constituents.
-Be results-oriented, with a strong work ethic and commitment to perfection.
-Promote the reputation of the company through the technical quality of the work.
-High school diploma or GED required.
-Currently enrolled in an accredited college program pursuing a Bachelor’s or Masters' degree in Environmental Science, Ecology, Biology, or related discipline.
-1+ years of work experience.
-Excellent organization and attention to detail.
-Proven track record of innovation and creativity.
-Must be at least 18 years old
-Operating computer or tools required in environmental studies
-Reach and balance
-Lift/carry up to 50 lbs.
-Work in diverse weather conditions, often working near equipment or machinery on rough, uneven, rocky or slippery surfaces.