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If you have job announcements you would like posted on this page, send them to jobs@tws-west.org.  Job listings will be posted for 3 months unless a closing date is listed on the job announcement.  Note- there will be no updates to the job listings during the first half of July.

There is also a jobs page on the national TWS web site at careers.wildlife.org

(Date indicates when each announcement was posted to the web site.)


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18 July, 2018:  Staff Level Biologist, Monk & Associates, Inc., Walnut Creek, California

Monk & Associates, Inc. (M&A), is hiring a Staff Level Biologist, with 5 years’ experience working with Northern California endangered wildlife and plant species. We are interested in hiring a Staff Level Biologist, with monitoring experience that has been approved as a monitor by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Familiarity with California tiger salamander and California red-legged frog a must. CDFW scientific collecting permit a plus.

Our ideal candidate must have a strong educational background in botany, wetlands, and/or wildlife biology; solid field experience, and a good understanding of environmental regulations, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Act.

  • Conducting field surveys for plants and/or animals (depending on technical expertise);
  • Conducting wetland delineations;
  • Preparing survey reports and permit application packages for submittal to the resource agencies;
  • Conducting field surveys for plants and/or animals (depending on technical expertise) as necessary to assist project and senior level biologists;
  • Assisting with the preparation of survey reports and permit application packages for submittal to the resource agencies;
  • Monitor construction activities: to assist in environmental compliance

Key Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in environmental biology, ecology, wildlife management, botany, or related field. All candidates should have strong field skills.
  • A solid background and field experience in identifying California fauna and/or flora (depending on technical expertise) and vegetation communities.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a team with other biologists and independently when necessary.
  • Be comfortable working both in the field and in the office.

Salary: Commensurate with Experience, but generous per the industry standard.
Benefits include 401K plan, health and dental plan, paid vacation, paid holidays, and paid sick leave.
This position could eventually lead to a full-time position conducting all services provided by M&A.

Please email your resume to the office manager, Chris Milliken at monkadmin@monkassociates.com.


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18 July, 2018:  Outreach/ Permanent Position, Wildlife Biologist GS-0486-07/09, San Bernardino NF

USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region

Outreach Notice

San Bernardino National Forest
Front Country Ranger District
Lytle Creek, CA
Wildlife Biologist, GS-0486-07/09, Permanent Position

The San Bernardino National Forest is currently seeking a candidate for a permanent position as a Wildlife Biologist, GS-0486-07/09 located on the Front Country Ranger District, Lytle Creek, CA.  The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to inform prospective applicants of this upcoming opportunity. To express interest in this position, please complete the interest form within the Outreach database by close of business on July 27, 2018.

ABOUT THE FOREST:

The San Bernardino National Forest, one of 18 National Forests in the State, is located in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside. The Forest covers approximately 670,000 acres and lies above the surrounding cities of Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino, Redlands, Mentone, Yucaipa, Banning, Beaumont, Apple Valley, Victorville, Lucerne Valley and the resort communities around Palm Springs. Several mountaintop communities, including Idyllwild, Lake Arrowhead, Wrightwood, and Big Bear are surrounded entirely by the National Forest. The Forest encompasses all or portions of several high elevation mountain ranges, including the eastern portions of the San Gabriel Mountains, the San Bernardino Mountains, and the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains. Major interstates cross the Forest, including I-10 and I-15.

The Forest and surrounding areas offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities for hunting, hiking, backpacking, fishing, sightseeing, off-highway vehicles, mountain biking, winter recreation, and horseback riding. Significant visitor attractions include the Big Bear Discovery Center, National Children’s Forest, and the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. The Forest is one of the four forests in southern California that are part of the National Forest Adventure Pass Program (a Recreation Fee Demonstration Project). The Forest has numerous recreation and non-recreation special uses, including significant transportation and utility corridors that feed the Inland Empire and LA Basin. The many urban communities along the foothills of the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains together with the mountain communities surrounded by the National Forest add complexity to the management environment of the wildland urban interface.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce (909) 885-7515   www.chamberofcommerce.com/san-bernardino

Riverside Chamber of Commerce  (951) 683-7100  www.riverside-chamber.com/

Link to the notice:  https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com?id=8AF9E7770A9244A896BD5ED79FB32D4A


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18 July, 2018:  California Biological Construction Monitor, Monk & Associates, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA

Monk & Associates, Inc. (M&A), is hiring a Biological Construction Monitor, with 5 years’ experience working with Northern California endangered wildlife and plant species. We are interested in hiring a Biological Construction Monitor, with monitoring experience that has been approved as a monitor by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Familiarity with California tiger salamander and California red-legged frog a must. CDFW scientific collecting permit a plus.

Our ideal candidate must have a strong educational background in botany, wetlands, and/or wildlife biology; solid field experience, and a good understanding of environmental regulations, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Act.

Responsibilities would include:

  • Daily Construction Monitoring
  • Conducting field surveys for plants and/or animals (depending on technical expertise);
  • Preparing survey reports and compliance reports;

Key Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in environmental biology, ecology, wildlife management, botany, or related field. All candidates should have strong field skills.
  • A solid background and field experience in identifying California fauna and/or flora (depending on technical expertise) and vegetation communities.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a team with other biologists and independently when necessary.
  • Be comfortable working both in the field and in the office.

Salary: Commensurate with Experience, but generous per the industry standard.
Benefits include 401K plan, health and dental plan, paid vacation, paid holidays, and paid sick leave.
This position could eventually lead to a full-time position conducting all services provided by M&A.

Please email your resume to the office manager, Chris Milliken at monkadmin@monkassociates.com.


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28 June, 2018:  Restoration Biologist, River Partners, Turlock, CA

Do you value clean water, wild rivers, and healthy forests?   Are you willing to lend your voice and your hands to protect fish and wildlife?  Would you rather plant a tree than write a report?  Are you excited to work with a team of ecologists, farmers, and entrepreneurs? If you answered yes to all of these questions, River Partners needs your help.

River Partners is a California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of rivers and floodplain ecosystems. Over the last 18 years, our organization has restored over 8,000 acres of flood-prone farm fields into forests teeming with wildlife.  In doing so, we have planted over 2 million native trees and shrubs.   Our staff is committed to getting things done.  Since 2010, we have purchased $33 million worth of real estate throughout California.   Once we acquire property, we implement native habitat restoration that benefits target species. After restoration is complete, River Partners donates the property to State and federal land management agencies to be preserved and protected in perpetuity.   We believe in achieving results that directly benefit people and the environment.

River Partners is a successful, financially stable, entrepreneurial nonprofit.  We generate an average of $7 million in revenue each year by securing for-profit contracts and government grants.  We are the largest, and most experienced, riparian habitat restoration contractor in California and we have built strong relationships with the agricultural, agency, and nonprofit communities as a result of our record of success.  Our work has been recognized with several awards, including the Governors’ Environmental and Economic Leadership Award.

Notwithstanding our accomplishments and awards, the single best thing about River Partners is the people.  Our staff is committed, creative, collaborative and diverse.  We produce amazing results and have a lot of fun along the way.

Position Title:                        Restoration Biologist
Office Location:                    Turlock, CA
Reports to:                             Restoration Ecologist

Organizational Summary:  River Partners is a private, nonprofit corporation located in Chico, California. River Partners’ mission is to create wildlife habitat for the benefit of people and the environment.

Position: The Biologist works with the Science Team and Implementation Team to identify, evaluate, implement and complete restoration, mitigation and consulting activities and interacts with agency staff, research scientists and the public.

Supervisory Responsibilities: This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Biological monitoring of restoration projects including monitoring and reporting on occurrences of nesting birds and species of special concern within the project area.
  • Developing data collection and monitoring protocols and implementing these activities.
  • Collaborating with the field implementation department and assisting in the translation of the site specific design and sensitive species avoidance protocols across the project area.
  • Reporting the results of monitoring to the River Partners team orally and in writing.
  • Working on educational activities for the public, as well as attending public events to promote the organization and its mission.
  • Developing and maintaining good relations with agency personnel, contractors, and neighbors.
  • Working long hours and/or weekends in a variety of field conditions.
  • Traveling to multiple restoration projects for planning and monitoring, which may include, which may include River Partners’ other branches.
  • Other duties as required.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • BS in biology, ecology, environmental science, or related science.
  • Three years of appropriate work experience.
  • Creatively solve problems and learn new skills.
  • Demonstrate good organizational skills and ability to work under multiple deadlines.
  • Driver’s license with no restrictions.
  • Possess the ability to communicate in basic Spanish (preferred, but not required).
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Must enjoy working with diverse people and organizations to get things done.
  • Effectively communicate complicated biological findings orally and in writing.
  • Possess knowledge of California plants, riparian ecology, hydrology, soils and /or wildlife. Experience with bird monitoring protocols a plus.
  • Ability to work on both a team environment and independently.
  • Demonstrate good organizational skills, ability to work under multiple deadlines, and flexibility to handle changing priorities.
  • Experience collecting, organizing, and analyzing field data.
  • Experience with MS Access or other relational database programs.
  • Understand effective use of GIS information.
  • Ability to communicate in basic Spanish preferred, but not required
  • Ability to read, understand, and follow oral and written instruction.
  • Integrity and ethics beyond reproach.
  • Commitment and enthusiasm to carry out River Partners mission.

To Apply

Email (1) cover letter describing qualifications for this position and interest in River Partners, (2) complete CV/resume, and (3) contact information for three references to Mona Dagy at info@riverpartners.org with “San Joaquin Biologist” in the subject line. Applicants may be subject to background checks. The position will remain open until a successful candidate has been identified. Please submit questions via email (no phone calls) to info@riverpartners.org. River Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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25 June, 2018:  Sr. Biologist, Environmental Science Associates,  San Diego, CA

Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is a 500-person environmental consulting firm with a national reputation as an industry leader with offices located in California, Washington, Oregon and Florida. We currently have strategic growth trajectory expected within the next 5 years that will increase our staffing numbers and office locations. ESA specializes in all aspects of project planning, environmental analysis and assessment, natural resource management, environmental restoration and design, and regulatory compliance. For more than 45 years, our scientists and technical specialists have provided critical thinking and measured analysis to guide successful policy development, project planning, and enduring solutions. Our skilled managers, scientists, planners and engineers provide the kind of critical thinking, objectivity, dedication and responsiveness that is essential to a sustainable future and good environmental stewardship. ESA was founded on the principles of sound science, technical excellence, integrity, and credibility.

About the Position:

The ESA Southern California Region is seeking one or more Senior Biologists to work in the San Diego office. The preferred candidates will have a strong background and experience in biological resource surveys, permitting and endangered species documentation, leading biological report or CEQA/NEPA biological section preparation, business development, client management, and project/on-call contract management. Additional biological expertise including having USFWS 10a permits, and/or experience conducting USFWS protocol surveys, nesting bird survey surveys, vegetation classification mapping surveys, rare plant surveys is a plus but not required. You’ll work on exciting and challenging projects including parks and preserves, land management planning, water and wastewater, commercial and residential development, energy, transportation, monitoring, and restoration.

Requirements:

An ideal candidate must possess effective problem-solving ability, exceptional writing and editing capabilities, and relationships with clients and agency personnel in the greater Los Angeles area. Experience effectively managing schedules and task/project budgets desired, as well as strong knowledge of and experience with CEQA and NEPA compliance. This role requires the initiative, confidence and tenacity to uphold ESA’s strong work-ethic and to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary, team environment. Qualified candidates should have at least a BA/BS in a related discipline, a minimum of 8 years’ experience; or Masters and a minimum of 6 years’ experience.

Benefits:

ESA is owned entirely by its employees, creating a unique ownership culture rooted in a commitment to do work that matters, technical excellence and professional development.  ESA’s comprehensive compensation and benefits program reflects our commitment to our employees. Our benefits include: 401(k) Salary Deferral Plan with company match program, Employee Stock Ownership Plan, medical and dental insurance vision care, paid vacation, sick leave, 9 paid holidays, group term life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, commuter/transit incentives, healthcare and daycare Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement assistance, performance bonus plan, and employee referral bonus program.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit the ESA Careers page at www.esassoc.com or follow the link below:

http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ESA&cws=1&rid=381

ESA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.  (EOE M/V/F/D)


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7 June, 2018:  Part-time Field Biologist Positions, LSA Associates, Inc., Point Richmond, CA

LSA’s Point Richmond office is seeking experienced and qualified biologists for several part-time field positions. Field work could include special status species surveys, botanical field surveys, fish relocation, nesting bird surveys, and biological construction monitoring for protected species (e.g., salt marsh harvest mouse, Ridgway’s rail (California clapper rail), California red-legged frog, giant garter snake, California tiger salamander). Prior experience with these or similar types of field studies is highly recommended. In addition, biologists with valid 40-hour HAZWOPPER training certification are also desirable. The positions require the candidates to be capable of strenuous fieldwork under adverse weather conditions.

Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Submit resume with references via mail or e-mail to:
Ross A. Dobberteen, Managing Principal
LSA Associates, Inc.
157 Park Place
Pt. Richmond, CA 94801
ross.dobberteen@lsa.net


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21 May, 2018:  Wildlife Field Ecologist, H.T. Harvey & Associates

 We have an immediate opening in our Los Gatos office for a full-time wildlife ecologist. This person will conduct field studies, including nesting bird surveys, special-status species surveys, and construction monitoring, and will assist in the preparation of a variety of reports/technical studies, including wildlife survey reports, biological resources reports for compliance with CEQA/NEPA, biological assessments, and wildlife management plans. We encourage ornithologists, herpetologists, and general wildlife ecologists with backgrounds in ecology or wildlife management and a broad knowledge of the biology of California’s fauna to apply for this position. Applicants should have a strong academic background, solid field experience, broad ecological knowledge, and experience in ecological consulting in California. Demonstrable technical writing ability and good communication skills are essential.

This position will sometimes require navigating varying and rugged terrain safely and working alone in a variety of weather conditions. It may require occasional overnight travel and weekend work.

Required Qualifications

  • Solid field experience
  • Strong bird identification skills and experience conducting nesting bird surveys
  • A demonstrable background in ecology or wildlife management and broad knowledge of the biology of California’s fauna
  • A minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience preparing CEQA/NEPA assessments, biological assessments, and/or wildlife inventories

Experience with California tiger salamander and California red-legged frog preferred, experience with the burrowing owl a plus. Candidates with a strong academic background (and at least a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree) in biological studies, natural resources, wildlife management, wildlife biology, or an equivalent subject are preferred.

About H. T. Harvey & Associates

H.T. Harvey & Associates, an established ecological consulting firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area, employs nearly 80 ecologists, landscape architects, and other professionals in six offices in California and Hawaii. Our core areas of expertise include restoration ecology and landscape architecture, plant ecology, wildlife ecology, and fish and aquatic ecology. We cultivate excellence in our staff and our work in pursuit of our mission to create ecologically sound solutions to our clients’ complex natural resource challenges.

Our employment package includes a competitive salary, medical, dental, and life insurance, as well as a 401K plan with a generous matching program.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and references through this link

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=42db2748b13a41daa951fccb2d6c4ab1&jobId=36877&lang=en_US&source=CC2&ccId=19000101_000001; via mail to H. T. Harvey & Associates, Attn: Personnel, 983 University Ave., Bldg. D, Los Gatos, CA 95032; or by fax to 408.458.3210.


 

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14 May, 2018: Regulatory Permitting Biologist, Monk & Associates, Inc., Walnut Creek, California

Monk & Associates (M&A) has an opening for a Regulatory Permitting Biologist. We are looking for someone with demonstrated regulatory experience with one or more of the following agencies: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and/or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. We are seeking a candidate with a minimum 6 years of experience working as an environmental consultant, with California regulatory permitting experience, and preferably experience working with California endangered wildlife and plant species.

Responsibilities could include:
Managing projects;
Assisting with field surveys for plants and/or animals (depending on technical expertise);
Interacting with resource agency personnel and our clients;
Preparing permit application packages for submittal to the resource agencies. M&A has great support staff that will assist you with your preparation of these packages;
Preparing biological constraints analyses and biological resource sections of EIRs. Again, M&A has exceptional support staff that will assist you with preparing these documents, but you must show leadership and have technical expertise to both write and otherwise pull together such documents.
Managing staff level biologists and support staff.

Key Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in environmental biology, wildlife management, botany, or closely related field. A minimum 6 years of consulting work experience in California. The following qualifications are also necessary:

Must have working knowledge of Northern California flora and/or fauna, and vegetation communities. (Strong field skills a plus).
Knowledge of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the federal and state Endangered Species Acts, and/or the Clean Water Act.
Demonstrated experience writing biological reports for projects in California.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Salary: Commensurate with Experience, but generous by industry standards.
Benefits include 401K plan, health and dental plan, paid vacation, paid holidays, and paid sick leave.

Please email your resume to the office manager, Chris Milliken at monkadmin@monkassociates.com.


 

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7 May, 2018:  Wildlife Biologist / Project Manager, Wildscape Restoration

Wildscape Restoration (Wildscape) is a small environmental consulting firm located in Ventura, CA.  Wildscape focuses primarily on mitigation activities associated with development projects as well as habitat restoration.  A portion of the work that Wildscape conducts is in an office environment and a portion of the work is actual field work which is overseen by a working Foreman.  Field work consists of non-native plant removal, native plant installation, irrigation installation in challenging and remote locations and maintenance of the site after plant installation.

The Biologist position requires a minimum of three to five years of experience providing biological consulting services, GIS, and project management. Biological consulting responsibilities include: conducting biological field surveys, nesting bird surveys, construction monitoring, habitat assessments, wetland delineations, revegetation monitoring and data collection; vegetation mapping/surveying; preparation of biological resource assessment documents; preparation of biological constraint/impact reports; development of mitigation measures; regulatory permit preparation and coordination, and preparation of CEQA/NEPA documents. The ratio of office to field work varies and will often be more concentrated on technical writing and analysis.  Task and project management duties will depend on qualifications.

Required skills include extensive knowledge of Southern California flora and fauna with a focus on special status species. Desired skills include advanced analytical, writing and communication skills, and a degree in the environmental/biological sciences. This position requires regular and frequent communication, feedback, and coordination as support to other Project Managers and staff.

In addition, the position requires a minimum of two years of experience using GIS software in the workplace. GIS tasks associated with projects and proposals will include management of the data, preparation of web services and web maps in ArcGIS Online for use in Collector for ArcGIS, import and export of data from a variety of formats (kml, kmz, xls, and CAD files), operation and troubleshooting of field equipment such as GPS and tablet, sourcing and quality checking data from external sources (USGS, NOAA, USDA Soils, etc.), and creation of exhibit maps and other standard map products for clients and internal use.

Required skills include extensive knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS software, with experience in ArcGIS Online required. Desired skills include data editing, spatial analysis, work with Collector for ArcGIS, and creating of map products, both static and web based, for internal and external dissemination.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of B.Sc. (M.Sc. preferred) in Biology, Botany, Ecology, Environmental Sciences or related.
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with Southern California flora/fauna/habitats and bird identification by sight and sound.
  • Ability to conduct field work in strenuous conditions, including hot, cold or wet weather and/or steep terrain.
  • Experience with regulatory permitting and compliance, CEQA/NEPA process, and habitat restoration.
  • Excellent proficiency in ESRI ArcGIS Software (ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Desktop, Collector for ArcGIS) – create exhibit maps, export maps to pdf, produce map services online, edit map data, import and export data to/from ArcGIS, manage data, familiarity with using ArcGIS Online hosted data in desktop a plus.
  • Professional etiquette and positive attitude.
  • Ability to balance multiple tasks through to completion.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
  • Must be self-motivated.
  • Strong focus on efficiency and development of new procedures to increase efficiency.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Extremely detail-oriented.
  • Willingness to work in a team environment or independently as assigned.
  • Excellent analytical skills.

We offer flexible hours and pleasant working conditions. No telecommuting. Must work in office on consistent schedule. Medical benefits, holiday pay, sick time, and paid time off provided for full-time position. Compensation commensurate with experience.


 

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7 May, 2018:  Field Biologist, H.T. Harvey and Associates, Sacramento, CA

We have an immediate opening in our Sacramento office for a full-time field biologist with a strong background in one or more of the following disciplines: botany, plant ecology, wetland ecology, natural resources management, restoration ecology, wildlife biology, or similar technical background. The field biologist will assist senior-level biologists in our office and throughout our firm with a variety of field surveys for special-status species, preparation of background studies and technical reports, preparation of permit application packages, habitat impact assessments, preparation of natural resources management and conservation plans, and habitat monitoring studies. The position involves work throughout Central and Northern California, and may require occasional overnight travel.

Required qualifications:  

  • 2-5 years of relevant professional experience
  • Experience in some or most of the following areas: rare plant surveys, wetland delineations, vegetation mapping, plant population and community monitoring, natural resource management and planning, construction monitoring, and weed management.
  • Academic background in any discipline described above
  • Demonstrable technical writing ability
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills
  • Willingness to travel throughout California and beyond

Candidates with an M.S. or a Ph.D. are preferred, but those with a B.S. and direct relevant experience will be considered.

Additional qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license with no major traffic violations or multiple minor violations
  • Willingness to work irregular hours (e.g., early mornings, late nights, weekends)
  • Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, work in all types of weather conditions, walking over varied terrain, bending, lifting, and carrying upwards of 50 pounds, and otherwise maintain good physical condition
  • Familiarity with best practices for field safety and low impact principles

 Prior experience in the following areas a plus: 

  • possession of current federal and California special-status species survey permits (e.g., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service [USFWS] Section 10(a)(1)(A) recovery permit);
  • prior training in field wetland delineation to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) standards;
  • prior experience preparing permit application packages for the USFWS, USACE, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Regional Water Quality Control Boards, and similar federal and California regulatory agencies;
  • knowledge of relevant California and federal regulations (e.g., Section 404 of the federal Clean Water Act, federal and California Endangered Species Acts, etc.); and,
  • good working knowledge of GIS software, field data collection and data management, and GPS usage.

About H. T. Harvey & Associates:

H.T. Harvey & Associates, an established ecological consulting firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area, employs nearly 80 ecologists, landscape architects, and other professionals in six offices in California and Hawaii. Our core areas of expertise are restoration ecology, landscape architecture, plant ecology, wildlife ecology, and fish and aquatic ecology. We cultivate excellence in our staff and our work in pursuit of our mission to create ecologically sound solutions to our clients’ complex natural resource challenges.

Our employment package includes a competitive salary, medical, dental, and life insurance, as well as a 401K with generous employer match.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and references (please combine materials into one file) through this link:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=42db2748-b13a-41da-a951-fccb2d6c4ab1&jobId=36524&lang=en_US&source=CC2&ccId=19000101_000001


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28 April, 2018:  Environmental Monitoring Manager,  Environmental Science Associates

About the Company:

Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is an environmental science, planning, and design consulting firm committed to the principles of sound science, technical excellence, integrity, and the promotion of outstanding decision making and sustainability. As a 100-percent employee-owned company with offices located in California, Washington, Oregon and Florida, continuing to meet the needs of our clients as well as the strategic aspirations of our employee-owners requires that we look to add the very best professional talent throughout our practices and offices. Specializing in project planning, environmental analysis and assessment, natural and cultural resources management, environmental restoration and design, and regulatory compliance, ESA’s scientists, historians, planners, designers, and technical specialists provide critical thinking and in-depth analysis to guide successful policy development, project planning, and the creation of enduring multi-objective solutions. Joining ESA means becoming part of a family of environmental professionals for whom every day involves growing your career, learning, creativity, fun, and the satisfaction knowing that you’ve contributed to outstanding iconic projects, improved environmental stewardship, and a more sustainable future for our communities and wild places.

About the Position:

ESA is currently seeking a Mid-Level Environmental Monitoring Manager to join our Biological Resources and Land Management group in Northern California. We are looking for a highly motivated and dynamic biologist, cultural resource specialist, geologist and/or water resource manager that can manage mid- to large-scale environmental compliance monitoring efforts during construction. The right candidate would have direct, on-the-ground experience in environmental compliance monitoring for land development and large-scale infrastructure projects and programs. Preferred candidates should have excellent communication skills and experience working with client/owners, construction crews, and regulators. They should also have a strong working knowledge of relevant environmental regulations, and experience with environmental monitoring tracking systems and databases, field safety procedures, and scheduling tools.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree with 5 to 10 years relevant work experience required or a masters and 4 to 8 years.  Experience with a private consulting firm is preferred; however, a combination of public and private sector experience is acceptable.  Demonstrated and broad-based experience in the Northern California region and associated species and habitats is also desired. The candidate must have leadership capabilities, supervisory skills, and strong writing and communication skills. The positon is located in Oroville, CA.

 Benefits:

ESA is owned entirely by our employees, creating a unique ownership culture rooted in a commitment to do work that matters, technical excellence, outstanding client service, professional development, and life-long learning.  ESA’s comprehensive compensation and benefits program reflects our commitment to our employees. Our benefits include: 401(k) Salary Deferral Plan with company match program, Employee Stock Ownership Plan, medical and dental insurance vision care, paid vacation, sick leave, 9 paid holidays, group term life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, commuter/transit incentives, healthcare and daycare Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement assistance, performance bonus plan, and employee referral bonus program.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in applying to become an employee-owner at ESA, please visit the ESA Careers page at www.esassoc.com or follow the link below:

http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ESA&cws=1&rid=368

 ESA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.  (EOE M/V/F/D)


 

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