Jacobs Environmental Scientist/Wetland Scientist/Permitting Specialist in Boston, Massachusetts
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We're seeking an environmental scientist who can lead wetland permitting and compliance efforts for transportation, water and other infrastructure projects. Work will include the identification of permitting and regulatory requirements for a variety of public and private sector projects. Tasks will involve the development of permitting strategies; preparation of permit applications under federal and state wetlands protection laws and regulations including, but not limited to, Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, Clean Water Act 401 Water Quality Certificates, USACE Section 404 permits, federal and state endangered species laws and regulations, stormwater management programs/National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and National Environmental Policy Act/ Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act.
You'd be asked to identify new project opportunities, assist with proposal development including technical scope development and budget estimates.
We'd ask you to lead and manage field work to delineate wetlands, design and assess wetland mitigation areas, complete habitat assessments, understand drainage system design and regulatory requirements; and inform the design and troubleshooting of erosion and sedimentation controls during the construction phase of large infrastructure projects. In this role, the successful candidate would be required to mentor younger environmental scientists and technical staff.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
• BA or BS in a scientific or engineering discipline (Including: Environmental Science, Biology, Soils, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering).
• MS in a scientific or engineering discipline (Including: Environmental Science, Biology, Soils, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering) or at least the minimum number of years of demonstrable professional experience (10+ years) in the field.
• Post graduate years of demonstrable professional experience in wetland permitting and compliance
• Wetland delineation and habitat assessment experience
• Wetland mitigation design experience
• Wetland permitting compliance experience
• Excellent technical writing, verbal communication skills, and computer literacy
• A proven working knowledge of wetland permitting and compliance for large infrastructure projects is preferred with demonstrable project experience in New England, especially Massachusetts.
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