As our Staff Environmental Scientist, you will be primarily responsible for performing assessments of critical areas and writing critical area reports. You will also be responsible for conducting habitat surveys, preparing permit applications, documenting your file review and field observations in field reports.   A critical part of each critical areas assessment is file review. Before beginning field work, you will be responsible for researching publicly available maps and databases to record geology, soils, streams, wetlands, and other documented sensitive and priority habitats and priority/listed species at the project site or in the project vicinity.    <

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