Duties include conducting surveys for threatened and endangered plant and wildlife species, wetland delineations, and other ecological assessments associated with larger multi-disciplinary projects. Overnight travel will be required and out-of-state travel is a possibility.
Pursuing a degree in biology, ecology, range management, or related natural resources discipline. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) experience a plus. Must be able to work independently and as a multi-disciplinary team and able to interact positively with clients, landowners, and other people. Technical writing, file organization, and familiarity with various computer software (including word processing and spreadsheets) are essential to this position. Good physical fitness and use of topographic maps, GPS, and other field equipment is required.
Carlson McCain, Inc., is a full-service consulting firm specializing in environmental, engineering, and land surveying services. We offer a great work environment, excellent benefits and pay commensurate with skills and experience. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply at www.carlsonmcain.com/careers