Jacobs Environmental Planner - Permitting for Infrastructure in Portland, Oregon
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When it comes to environmental consulting, we’re focused on the greatest challenges the planet faces, including global energy transformation.
Based in the Pacific Northwest and aligned to our Portland or Seattle office, you’ll have the opportunity to support the management of siting and permitting efforts for multiple client sectors (e.g., energy, technology, rail). This includes multiple forms of renewable energy capital projects. This is an opportunity to accelerate your growth and be mentored and trained to be a Project Manager for environmental planning and permitting projects.
Jacobs supports work from home and flexible schedules; being regularly present within a Jacobs office is not mandatory.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, environmental planning, or other related technical degree
Exposure to project management tasks on environmental permitting projects
Interest in a project management career
Experience obtaining environmental clearance for capital projects for renewables (hydrogen, wind, solar), electric transmission, rail, or other private infrastructure based on an understanding of environmental laws and the policies and procedures of local, state, and federal agencies
Ideally, You’ll Also Have:
Master’s degree in environmental science, environmental planning, or other related technical degree
Professional certification attained or work toward
Active engagement in professional organizations
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