Spangler Environmental, Inc. is a consulting firm serving land developers, engineers, architects, attorneys and governmental agencies throughout the Southeast. We are looking for a qualified candidate to join our team as a Senior Environmental Scientist within our Land & Water Resources practice.
- Oversee and ensure the accurate, efficient and technically defensible completion of:
- Delineations of wetlands and waters pursuant to US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), state and local protocols;
- Technical memos and reports summarizing findings of field evaluations and/or research and providing recommendations that best meet client needs;
- Threatened and endangered species investigations and accompanying reports;
- 401/404 permit applications; obtain project-related documents from state and local agencies;
- Advise clients on stream and wetland-related issues and serve as the liaison with regulatory agencies for permitting projects;
- Oversee and manage technical components of staff scientists’ responsibilities;
- Ensure that projects/tasks are completed on time, within budget and with technically/legally defensible results/documentation;
- Provide business development support;
- Bachelor’s degree in an environmental or related field of study;
- Minimum five years’ experience performing wetland and Waters of the US delineations pursuant to USACE protocols and stream origin delineations per NCDWR/TDEC protocols, with a history of interacting with regulatory personnel, resulting in approved JDs;
- In-depth knowledge of environmental regulations, particularly Clean Water Act sections 404 and 401, Endangered Species Act sections 10 and 7, and NEPA;
- Minimum three years’ experience overseeing and managing junior staff;
- In-depth knowledge of ArcGIS, including geo-spatial analytics;
- Willingness and ability to independently and successfully schedule, oversee and complete outdoor/overnight field work throughout the Southeast, in variable weather conditions (cold, rain, heat, etc.), sometimes on short notice;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, including overseeing/editing others’ work;
- Strong Microsoft Office skills;
- Valid Driver’s License with a clean driving record.
- NCDWR/TDEC stream origin training/certification;
- NCWAM/NCSAM training/certification;
- Stream and/or wetland restoration site identification, analysis, design, construction oversight and monitoring experience;
- AutoCAD and other mapping/design/graphics software experience;
- Erosion control/NPDES compliance design and inspection experience.
Full-time position with benefits. Starting salary based on experience. Some travel, possibly overnight required. Must be able to work outdoors in variable weather and site conditions.
To apply for this position, send qualifications to: Ward Marotti, Director: Land & Water Resources