The person in this position will work with scientists, engineers, and other Barr staff members to evaluate ecological and regulatory constraints for projects and prepare applications and reports required for project implementation and impact mitigation. Work may include conducting wetland delineations, conducting hydrology and vegetation monitoring, conducting functional assessments and natural resources inventories; developing permit applications; preparing environmental reviews and restoration plans; and negotiating with regulatory agencies.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in ecology, biology, fisheries, or a similar natural resources field
  • 3 years of relevant, professiona

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