Forest Ecologist Job Description Sample
Performs standard scientific work requiring application of techniques and procedures.
Detects problems when using standardized procedures because of the condition of sample, difficulties with the equipment, etc.
Conducts specific phases of projects for more experienced scientists.
Proposes appropriate analytical methods and techniques. Assists in providing advice and consulting services within scope of scientific knowledge.
Draws conclusions and makes recommendations based on analysis.
Interprets and records data, conducts analyses, compares findings to relevant studies and local, state and federal regulations to ensure compliance.
Works under general supervision.
Bachelor's degree in a relevant scientific discipline (e.g., environmental science, environmental biology, ecology, wildlife management, and related disciplines)
2+ years of related experience or demonstrated the equivalency of experience and/or education.
Strong technical/scientific writing skills
Functional knowledge of ArcGIS software
Ability to convey thoughts and ideas in a clear and concise manner
Experienced ability to conduct field surveys and delineate wetlands/streams
Knowledge of flora, fauna, and natural systems
Knowledge of state and federal environmental regulatory framework
- Master's degree in relevant scientific discipline (e.g., environmental science, environmental biology, ecology, wildlife management, and related disciplines)
- Experience preparing GDOT ecology document
The Environment Business Line of AECOM has an immediate need for a talented Ecologist in our Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania office. This position provides unlimited career growth potential while working on an excellent team comprised of a variety of staff and project managers in support of AECOM's clients. Client projects are currently related to natural gas development, land development, mining/quarrying, transportation, and water resource management.
Responsibilities will include but may not be limited to the following:
Collecting and analyzing biological data to determine natural resource impact.
Will specialize in wetland delineation, reporting, and permitting
Writing technical documents and permit applications.
May specialize in research centering on particular plants and animals and/or the ecology of these organisms.
Will be responsible for leading field crews and wetland/watercourse investigations and similar type task management.
Position involves a large amount of time in the field – Must be able to walk long distances in rugged terrain and carry up to 50lbs of equipment at times
Some overnight travel is required
Bachelor's degree in Science
2+ years of field survey experience which must include some wetland delineations work
Proficient use of MS Office, especially Excel and Word
Some experience with natural gas development, land development, mining/quarrying, transportation, and/or water resource management
Capable of working in small or large groups
Experience delivering high quality technical documentation and reports
Experience working with fellow employees on various levels as well as regulatory agency staff
Must be able to walk long distances in rugged terrain
Must be physically able to carry up to 50lbs of equipment as needed
Some overnight travel will be required
Valid Driver's license is required
Due to the nature of the work, US Citizenship is required
- 3 - 8 years of experience in the field and performing wetlands delineations is preferred
- GIS software knowledge and experience a plus
Restoration Ecologist/ Wetland Ecologist
AECOM has an immediate opening for a Restoration Ecologist/Wetland Ecologist in the San Diego office. This position would support numerous natural resource projects in the southern California region with a focus on native habitat restoration, and wetland delineation and related permitting projects. Opportunities include providing technical expertise in restoration ecology, wetland ecology, and natural resource management. Responsibilities of this position include:
Technical work, including oversight of restoration maintenance activities; restoration monitoring and reporting in the field; project implementation; and site-specific design, including appropriate native container plant palette and seed mix development.
Solving complex issues related to wetland ecology and regulations, watershed planning, ecological restoration, conservation planning, and/or natural resources planning.
Additional duties may include assisting on botanical, listed species, or natural resources-related surveys; conservation plans; and habitat management plans.
Predominantly task-based assignments and task-level management; may involve some project management support.
Participation on projects that involve innovative mitigation and conservation planning; multi-disciplinary teamwork with biologists, planners, wetland scientists, and landscape architects; and creative integration of natural resource analysis and project design.
Playing a supporting role in marketing and business development efforts in pursuit of new projects.
This position works with a variety of clients and requires occasional travel.
Bachelor's Degree in Biology and/or Ecology or related field (i.e., Ecological Restoration, Watershed Planning, Natural Resource Management, Hydrology, or Geomorphology) with at least 2 years of experience, or advanced degree (MS) in related field and 1+ years of professional experience.
A background in restoration ecology, as well as experience implementing restoration (e.g., container planting, seeding, and weed control).
Familiarity with issues related to ecological restoration, wetland ecology, watershed planning, conservation planning, and/or natural resources planning.
Experience in biological survey fieldwork including vegetation monitoring utilizing line-intercept, transect, and/or relevé methods, as well as experience with GPS and electronic data collection devices.
Native plant species knowledge and identification.
Base knowledge of major state and federal agencies (e.g., USACE, USFWS, BLM, BOR, CDFG, RWQCB, and CCC) and major regulatory frameworks (e.g., NEPA, CEQA, ESA, CESA, CFGC, CWA and CCA).
Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools.
Ability to create and maintain tracking spreadsheets and documents.
Ability to work independently, identifying what needs to be accomplished and regularly completing tasks.
Outstanding oral and written communication skills.
Experience in California is a must. Experience in southwest U.S. is also favorable.
Experience completing Habitat Restoration Reports, Mitigation and Monitoring Plans, Biological Assessments, and/or EIR/EIS sections. Experience completing formal jurisdictional delineation reports and preparing permit application packages (including CWA Section 404/401, CFGC Section 1600-1616, CCA Section 30600 CDP), Mitigation and Monitoring Plans, and EIR/EIS sections.
Experience in agency coordination necessary to attain wetland permits.
Certified Practitioner for California Rapid Assessment Method for Wetlands and Riparian Areas (CRAM) – Riparian and Estuarine Modules, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP).
RES is the nation's largest and most experienced provider of ecological restoration and water resource solutions. To date, we have restored over 294 stream miles and 58,000 wetland acres and conserved and preserved 9,100 acres of endangered species habitats. RES operations include planting over 14,000,000 restorative trees and reducing over 250 tons of polluting nutrients. RES ecological solutions enable a of balance economic development and ecological sustainability.
RES is accepting applications for a Wetland Ecologist with at least three years of relevant work experience to provide broad environmental support to a team of environmental restoration and mitigation professionals in our Chicago, IL office.
The desired candidate's responsibilities would primarily consist of conducting wetland delineations in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Occasional tasks may include performing vegetation monitoring, faunal surveys, completing datasheets, utilizing GIS to create maps, writing technical reports, and/or preparing permit applications.
3 or more years of relevant work experience to provide broad environmental support to a team of environmental restoration and mitigation professionals.
B.S. in ecology, environmental science, or related field (such as but not limited to botany, biology, geology, forestry, soil science, etc.).
2 or more years of experience conducting wetland delineations and identifying native flora in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Eagerness to travel extensively.
Experience working long hours outdoors.
Ability to hike 10 miles in rough terrain with 25 lbs of equipment in inclement weather.
Superior writing, communication, and computer skills (MS Word, Excel, etc.).
Ability to effectively multi-task to meet project requirements and deadlines.
Flexibility with unexpected changes in work schedule.
Ability to work independently and with teams of specialists to meet project goals.
Positive attitude and team-centered approach to problem solving.
Acceptable driving record.
M.S. in ecology, environmental science, or related field.
Direct experience with state and federal environmental regulations and permitting processes, specifically, Clean Water Act regulations.
Experience with the application of the 2008 Mitigation Rule, the iHGM assessment method, and other Midwest stream and wetland assessment methodologies.
Stream and wetland restoration design and construction experience.
Experience identifying endangered species habitats.
Knowledge of regional state and federal endangered species programs.
Experience leading field scientist/ecologist teams.
Certifications such as CWS, PWS, WPIT, CPESC, CFM, and related are a plus.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
RES is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game works to preserve the state's natural resources and people's right to conservation of those resources, as protected by Article 97 of the Massachusetts Constitution. To carry out this mission, the Department exercises responsibility over the Commonwealth's marine and freshwater fisheries, wildlife species, plants, and natural communities, as well as the habitats that support them.
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) is responsible for the conservation - including restoration, protection and management - of fish and wildlife resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
The Department of Fish and Game, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, seeks applicants for the Aquatic Ecologist (Conservation Biologist IV). The Aquatic Ecologist implements inventory, research, and management programs to conserve the Commonwealth's endangered, threatened, and special concern aquatic invertebrate and fish species, and compiles and analyzes data on the distribution of the state's aquatic invertebrate and fish fauna, especially its rare and endangered species. The Aquatic Ecologist works with the Fisheries Section of the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, and other partners to implement ecosystem based conservation projects at key aquatic biodiversity sites with the Commonwealth.
Specific Duties include:
Works with partners to manage, protect, and research vulnerable aquatic ecosystems; develop and implement aquatic habitat and population management programs with emphasis on state-listed aquatic invertebrates.
Complies and analyzes data on rare aquatic invertebrate populations and habitats, and applies data to maintaining and updating the Commonwealth's rare species list; reviews and evaluates individual aquatic invertebrate species for appropriateness of inclusion on or deletion from the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) list; researches taxonomy as necessary; develops listing criteria; screens rare aquatic invertebrate species observation records for accuracy and completeness before acceptance into NHESP databases; and prepares species habitat maps for aquatic invertebrate species.
Plans, supervises, and /or conducts field surveys and scientific investigations of populations of endangered, threatened, and special concern aquatic invertebrate species; oversees and administers short-term aquatic invertebrate research and inventory projects to be contracted-out; hires and supervises seasonal staff to assist in biological surveys and research as needed; analyzes conservation research and inventory results and prepares studies, technical reports, and scientific papers for publication.
Applies knowledge of the abundance, distribution, ecology, and management needs of rare aquatic invertebrates through participation in regulatory reviews, land protection and ecological restoration planning, and in other DFW/NHESP projects.
Develops and maintains professional relationships with habitat land managers, the environmental and scientific communities; develops and implements conservation partnerships to advance aquatic invertebrate conservation; interacts professionally with biologists at the state, regional, and nation level; coordinates efforts with the DFW Fisheries Section.
Prepares and delivers presentations, develops informational material, and conducts other targeted education and outreach to increase awareness of the status and conservation needs of the biodiversity of the Commonwealth; works with DFW/NHESP administrators to seek and obtain funding and/or other material support for aquatic invertebrate conservation.
M.S. or Ph.D. in Biology, Ecology, or related discipline.
Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of aquatic ecology, fish biology, invertebrate biology and biological conservation.
Thorough knowledge of the identification, ecology, and habitat requirements of a component of the aquatic invertebrate fauna of the Northeastern U.S. (especially rare species) and some knowledge of the geography and eco-regions of Massachusetts.
Detailed knowledge of rare species, their habitat requirements, and survey methodology for two or more of the following taxonomic groups: Native Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida), Freshwater Fishes, Native Freshwater Snails, Odonates.
Working knowledge of the principals of aquatic ecology including one or more of the following subdisciplines: stream ecology, limnology, large river ecology, ecohydrology, and/or fluvial geomorphology.
Interest and/or ability to conduct taxonomic or habitat surveys using mask & snorkel and/or SCUBA.
Experience and ability to work productively in the Microsoft Office Suite, and ArcGIS.
Demonstrated experience and familiarity with statistical analysis of ecological and biological data, and experience in the use of a statistical programming language (i.e., R, Python).
Demonstrated experience with GIS technology and ability to read topographic maps.
Experience with or knowledge of NatureServe/Natural Heritage methodology.
Ability to speak and write clearly and effectively.
Ability to deal effectively with a diverse group of individuals.
Willingness to travel extensively throughout the state, and to work in the field under adverse weather conditions.
A cover letter and resume must be submitted as part of the application process and attached "as relevant" to the requisition.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, paraprofessional or technical experience in work involving the protection, preservation and/or management of endangered and protected species, of which (B) at least two years must have been in a professional capacity and of which (C) at least one year must have been in a supervisory capacity, or (D) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
I. A Bachelors degree with a major in zoology, botany, ornithology or herpetology, may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience on the basis of two years of education for one year of experience.*
II. A Graduate degree with a major in zoology, botany, ornithology, or herpetology, may be substituted for one year of the required (A) experience on the basis of two years of education for one year of experience.*
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
NOTE: Substitutions will not be permitted for the required (C) experience.
Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license may be required.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Cardno is seeking an Ecologist needed to support construction compliance monitoring programs, environmental field surveys, and environmental impact assessment permitting in our Atlanta, GA and Birmingham, AL offices. Candidate must be able to work independently with minimal supervision and support multiple projects/tasks.
Cardno is seeking an Ecologist/ Biologist in our Atlanta, GA office
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Support construction compliance monitoring programs, environmental field surveys, and environmental impact assessment permitting in our Atlanta, GA and Birmingham, AL offices.
Position will support project managers and other staff with construction and permit compliance reports, research and report writing, wetland delineation, environmental permitting, wildlife habitat and presence/absence surveys, water quality monitoring, NPDES permitting and inspection, NEPA permitting, report writing, & compliance, regulatory permitting support, administrative support duties as needed.
BS degree or higher in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Natural Science, or related field is required
0-3 years experience. 2+ years of professional experience preferred
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint and Project required
Experience with ArcGIS is preferred
Experience with GPS field data collection is preferred
Ability to prepare technical memorandums, reports, and environmental permit applications (USACE, NPDES, etc.)
Knowledge of National Environmental Policy Act and federal and state permitting is preferred
Experience with wetland/surface waters and/or wildlife permitting, ecological surveys, ecological studies, data analysis, and data interpretation
Excellent report writing skills
Ability to travel, approximately 50 % of the time
Solid time management and follow-through skills, with the ability to simultaneously work on and manage multiple tasks and projects with tight deadlines
Ability to work independently
Positive, flexible team-oriented approach, with the willingness and desire to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
Self-motivated, strong initiative; effective oral and written skills
Detail oriented, resourceful
Equal Opportunity statement for US based applicants
Cardno has a long standing policy of Equal Opportunity in employment. Our practice is to fill positions by selecting applicants who can perform the work in a competent and professional manner.
We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status. At any time, if you need an accommodation during the application process, please contact Human Resources.
Cardno does not accept unsolicited resumes from any 3rd party agencies. No fee will be paid to 3rd parties who submit unsolicited resumes to any Cardno employee. Resumes from approved vendors must be specifically requested by Cardno and approved by the Cardno Talent Acquisition Team.
Senior Project Ecologist
GEI Consultants, Inc. is a leading consulting engineering and environmental firm ranked #92 in the ENR top 500 (2018). We serve hundreds of government, energy, industry and institutional clients, and have completed 50,000 project engagements throughout the United States, Canada, and more than 20 other countries.
GEI, a privately held employee owned company, was founded nearly 50 years ago by five engineering pioneers. GEI now consists of over 800 employees in multiple offices throughout the U.S. and Canada. Our technical experts are involved in dozens of specialty services emanating from our core solutions in water, energy, buildings, infrastructure and industrial. Our technical experts are some of the most innovative and leading subject matter experts in their respective fields. We continue to grow and expand in our solutions, expertise and geography to ensure we can continue providing valuable solutions to our clients.
Our culture is one where we encourage employees to respectfully and thoughtfully challenge current practices for continual improvement. We believe this constructive engagement helps us evolve in an ever-changing business environment and will strengthen our organization in the future. Our practices reflect our commitment to a collaborative teaming approach, encouraging diverse perspectives which lead to innovation and value added solutions that fuel our success. Our committed employees work hard for our clients and in support of one another. In return we invest in a culture with engaging learning and career development opportunities, a competitive total rewards package, recognition, and the opportunity for some fun along the way.
GEI's Raleigh, NC office is seeking a Senior Ecologist. This individual must be comfortable working both independently and collaboratively with a project team of engineers, ecologists, and environmental scientists. The Senior Ecologist will work to develop projects locally within the Raleigh area and in the South Region, develop proposals, conduct business development activities independently or in conjunction with large project pursuits, collaborate across offices and regions, and be able to continue growing the eco practice locally within the Raleigh-Durham area, including hiring and developing junior staff. This individual shall have the expertise to direct or conduct ecological field studies, prepare permit application documents and reports, assist in the development of habitat restoration plans, cost estimates, and direct field installation. Occasional out-of-state travel may be necessary.
Prepare or oversee preparation of NEPA and NC SEPA Environmental Assessments;
Direct or assist with development of ecological restoration plans and construction bid documents, provide management and oversight of junior staff and implementing restoration projects;
Direct field investigations and documentation of findings;
Develop agency comment response letters;
Conduct terrestrial natural resources investigations;
Oversee and perform wetland delineations utilizing USACE Methodology, develop wetland mitigation and monitoring plans;
Oversee and perform stream delineations;
Direct and conduct tree inventories and assessments;
Direct and conduct threatened and endangered species presence/absence searches, habitat suitability assessments, and ecological community mapping;
Develop invasive species identification, mapping and control plans;
Direct or conduct GPS surveying and provide GIS support.
Direct and conduct SWPPP inspections.
B.S. in Ecology, Natural Resources, Planning or related discipline;
Minimum 15 years professional experience;
Ability to read and interpret scaled engineering drawings;
Botany and wildlife biology training;
ArcGIS program proficiency;
Knowledge of federal, North Carolina, other Southern States, and local environmental laws, rules and regulations related to waters of the US (e.g., Clean Water Act) and sensitive environments (e.g., NEPA, ESA);
Able to develop knowledge with new state and agency regulations;
Work experience with federal state, and local regulatory agencies;
Strong verbal communication, organizational and technical writing skills, collaboration and negotiation experience. Team player, self-starter, assertive personality;
Valid U.S driver's license
M.S. in Ecology, Natural Resources, Planning or related discipline;
NEPA/NC SEPA experience preparing Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements;
Aquatic, marine and terrestrial natural resources investigations;
USACE Wetland Delineator Training;
NC Surface Water Identification Training and Certification (SWITC);
NC Wetland Assessment Method (NCWAM) training and/or experience;
NC Stream Assessment Method (NCSAM) training and/or experience;
40 Hour Hazwoper Training;
AutoCAD drafting skills and ArcGIS v.10 proficiency desirable, but not required.
Comprehensive Benefits Program, including Medical, Dental, Vision and More
Continuing Education Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement
Professional Development and Opportunities for Advancement
Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off
Rewards and Recognition
GEI-Funded Profit Sharing and 401(k)
Physical Job Requirements
Activity Level Throughout Workday
Physical Activity Requirements
(0-35% of day)
(33-66% of day)
(67-100% of day)
Lifting (floor to waist level) (in pounds)
Lifting (waist level and above) (in pounds)
Wrist position deviation
Pinching/fine motor skills
Keyboard use/repetitive motion
Taste or smell (taste=never)
Talk or hear
Very Accurate 20/20
Color Vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors)
Occupational Exposure Risk Potential
Blood borne pathogens
Airborne communicable diseases
Uneven surfaces or elevations
Extreme noise levels
Other (exposure risks):
Usual workday hours:
Other work hours
GEI is an EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability employer
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Shift Leader - Piney Forest Rd, Danville VA (118)
At Biscuitville FRESH SOUTHERN, we hire people of character who demonstrate passion for our brand, embrace our culture of authenticity and accountability and who are grateful for life's blessings. We are proud that many of our team members have been with Biscuitville for decades. They found a place they love to work, and we show our appreciation by providing a career, not just a job.
The Shift Leader is third in command at the restaurant (second in command if there is no Assistant Manager) and is delegated responsibility in select areas by the Operator. This is a general guideline of duties not a complete job description. It is not an all-inclusive list. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Accurate and timely daily and weekly accounting.
Maintaining excellent food quality by following prescribed holding times, recipes, use of timers, etc.
Rendering excellent customer service.
Recruiting, hiring, training, orienting, and motivating employees.
Scheduling the proper number of employees to get maximum return on labor dollars, including appropriate scheduling of themselves and other management team members.
Conducting himself/herself as a leader in Biscuitville as well as in the community.
Assuring that the Biscuitville is always under management supervision.
Creating a friendly atmosphere for customers by visiting the dining room.
Assisting in operating costs and cash control.
Ensuring proper inventory levels through accurate ordering.
Being on call at all times for emergencies.
Making employees feel a part of the Biscuitville family and fulfilling the employees' job needs.
Maintaining a profitable business.
Filling in for all crew positions, including biscuit maker, wrapper, cashier, cook, etc. as needed
High School Diploma or GED.
Previous restaurant management experience a plus.
Valid Driver's License and acceptable driving record according to Biscuitville's policy.
Able to successfully complete a pre-employment criminal, credit, MVR, and drug tests and any additional tests or screening deemed necessary by Biscuitville.
Reliable transportation required for daily tasks such as errands, bank deposits, etc. Regular local travel required.
Ability to operate and navigate computer systems including but not limited to sending and receiving e-mails and creating, printing and saving documents.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions, percentages.
Ability to proficiently write, read, speak, hear, and comprehend English with or without corrective devices.
Ability to effectively manage 5-30 subordinate employees and up to two management level employees.
Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
Bending, reaching, twisting, turning, grasping, pushing, pulling and walking involved.
VHBs growing Atlanta, Georgia team is looking for an experienced Ecologist to join our Environmental group.
VHBs passionate professionals include engineers, scientists, planners, and designers who partner with public and private clients in the transportation, real estate, institutional, and energy industries, as well as federal, state, and local governments.
Together, we work to improve mobility, enhance communities and economic vitality, and balance development and infrastructure needs with environmental stewardship.
Performance of large ecological studies, including leading field teams, conducting QA/QC, assisting with managing field operations and staff workflows to accommodate deadlines.
Report preparation and assistance with proposals
All aspects of wetlands assessments work including desktop reviews/ evaluations, field delineations, wetlands mapping, wetlands data form completion, mitigation credit calculations, US Army Corps of Engineers Section 404/10 permitting processes
Conduct field surveys
Participate in environmental permitting, assessment, and compliance work related to federal and state agency requirements as they pertain to a variety of project types
Perform analysis and participate in making recommendations to clients
Participate in multi-disciplinary environmental assessments
Skills and Abilities
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
Motivated to learn, mentor, and collaborate with others
Superior technical skills, producing consistent high-quality work products
Emerging business development and proposal skills, technical scope writing, qualifications and costing is desirable
Strong field notation skills
Strong wetland delineation skills
Ability to work long day-time hours in the outdoor environment
Ability to work well with a wide range of clients in a fast-paced work environment
Ability to work well independently and with a diverse, multi-disciplinary group in a fast-paced, team-oriented work environment
Proficient in MS Office
Proficient using Mobile Data Collection technologies, including GPS
Proficient with Arc Map and GIS applications
Experience writing due diligence reports and biological assessments
Aptitude for coordinating surveys and/or consultations for state and federal protected species
Proficient with general habitat and/or plant community identification
Proficient with field safety practices
B.S. degree or higher in biology, environmental science, natural science, or related field
At least three (3) years professional experience
Must have experience preparing ecology reports for the Georgia Department of Transportation or other state transportation departments
Experience with wetland/surface waters and/or wildlife permitting, ecological surveys, ecological studies, habitat assessment, field data collection and documentation, data analysis and evaluation.
At VHB, were invested in what we do, compelled by intellectual curiosity, and driven to work collectively to best serve our clients and help shape the future of our communities in a meaningful way. Were proud, yet humbled, to have been doing this for 40 years. We are dedicated to making a positive impact and providing opportunities to grow personally and professionally.
Fully qualified scientist. Utilizes scientific principles, theories, practices and existing technologies to develop technical solutions to a wide range of difficult problems within the contaminated site management practice area.
Manage big data work processes, describe, analyze, model, visualize data, and perform statistical analysis using statistical and numeric computing environments.
Through research and development processes create optimized work flows and integrated analysis tools for outcome based work approaches.
Perform multidimensional data analysis, data modeling, and interpretation. Apply unsupervised and supervised learning data analysis techniques.
Investigate and quantify in situ processes for environmental media.
Prepare technical scientific reports for complex projects.
Prepare and deliver technical presentations to project stakeholders, clients, and regulatory agencies.
Collaborative team environment.
BA/BS with 4+ years relevant experience
PhD in Ecology or related field is preferred.
Progressive scientific research and journal publication through a minimum three years of post doctoral research.
Demonstrated use of statistical computing environment and tools for data analysis and interpretation.
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