Employment

CURRENT JOB POSTINGS MAY 2018

Paid Internship in Greenville, SC

EPC is seeking a recent college graduate with an interest in stream and wetland science for a paid summer internship, with the possibility of a full-time employment offer in the fall. This position will be composed of both field work and office work, with a primary focus of stream and wetland delineations. Summer interns work alongside senior field scientists to identify streams and wetlands that fall under the jurisdiction of the US Army Corps of Engineers under the Clean Water Act. Interns will learn to identify a variety of native vegetation, hydric soils and hydrologic indicators.

Applicants should be aware that field conditions can be challenging (hot, buggy, wet) and will require basic bushwacking skills.

Graduates with backgrounds in biology, botany, geology, environmental science, engineering and/or hydrology preferred.

Please send letter of interest and resume to Laura Belanger, laura@enviropermit.com.

 

Entry-level Environmental Scientist Position in Greenville, SC

Requirements:

-BA or BS degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, Natural Resources or related degrees

Skills needed

  • Field experience in plant identification
  • Understanding of topo, aerial and soil maps
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Ability to organize multiple projects simultaneously

Additional Desired Skills:

  •  AutoCAD
  • GPS

Job Description

Stream/Wetland delineations-Work will be half field work and half office work. Field work involves delineating stream and wetlands, identifying plant species, assessing soil samples in the field, and assessing hydrology indicators. Office work involves coordinating project with engineers/surveyors and regulators, writing reports, remote data gathering using county GIS and other various map sources about the target site.

Assist project managers in other areas such as Section 404/401 permitting, Stream and Wetland Restoration/Monitoring, Endangered Species Assessments, GPS, Rosgen stream assessments.Visit our website for more information about our company. www.enviropermit.com.  Please send resumes to laura@enviropermit.com.

 

Environmental Consultant Position in Greenville, SC

Requirements:

  • BA or BS degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, Natural Resources or related degrees. Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.

Skills needed

  • Field experience
  • Remote Sensing
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Ability to organize multiple projects simultaneously
  • Exceptional speaking and inter-personal skills
  • Familiarity with 404/401 permitting and/or stream and wetland restoration

Additional Desired Skills

  • AutoCAD
  • GPS
  • GIS

Job Description

Stream/Wetland delineations-Work will be half field work and half office work. Field work involves delineating stream and wetlands, identifying plant species, assessing soil samples in the field, and assessing hydrology indicators. Office work involves coordinating project with engineers/surveyors and regulators, writing reports, remote data gathering using county GIS and other various map sources about the target site. Managing and effectively delegating tasks to entry level science staff.

Section 404/401 Permitting – Consult with clients to review preliminary site plans, provide cost benefit analysis looking a variety of impact scenarios in order to determine the most beneficial impact minimization strategies, compile permit applications utilizing AutoCAD to create the necessary figures, and coordinate with the USACE, SCDHEC and other regulatory agencies to ensure swift and efficient review.

Restoration and Mitigation – Assist Restoration Specialist with stream and wetland assessments and annual monitoring activities.

Visit our website for more information about our company. www.enviropermit.com.  Please send resumes to laura@enviropermit.com.