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Entry-level Environmental Scientist
Join a small, well established consulting firm with an excellent reputation and family-like work environment. EPC has specialized in the delineation, permitting, and restoration of streams and wetlands for the past 25 years. Our primary office is located in the heart of Greenville, SC.
BA or BS degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, Natural Resources or related degrees.
Benefits: 401k (3% matching), quarterly bonus, annual bonus, company cell phone
• Physical endurance and a desire to work outside in physically demanding field conditions.
• Understanding of topo, aerial and soil maps
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Ability to organize multiple projects simultaneously
Additional Desired Skills:
Stream/Wetland delineations-Work will be predominately field based with some office work to assist project managers with preparation of delineation reports. Field work involves delineating stream and wetlands, identifying plant species, assessing soil samples in the field, and assessing hydrology indicators. Office work involves coordinating projects with engineers/surveyors and regulators, writing reports, remote data gathering using county GIS and other various map sources about the target site. Our office has a dog and a snake, so applicant must be comfortable around both. This is a salaried position with an average 40 hr work week, however field conditions may require early morning starts or late days. Applicant must have the flexibility to begin field days early in the morning and/or wrap up late in the day.
Please email cover letter and resume to Laura Belanger.
EPC is seeking a college student or 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. Students and recent graduates with backgrounds in biology, botany, geology, environmental science, engineering and/or hydrology preferred.
Please send letter of interest and resume to Laura Belanger.