Environmental Specialist (Morgantown, WV or Cranberry Twp, PA)
|Benefits:||Comprehensive Benefits including Insurance, 401k and ESOP|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||LARSON DESIGN GROUP, INC. (LDG) is offering the following Full Time opportunity in our Morgantown, WV or Cranberry Twp, PA office for a dynamic self-starter to join our growing employee-owned team! Our commitment to excellence and responsive service has resulted in tremendous growth! Bring your winning attitude and love for challenges to us. LDG's success is reflected in our personal and professional development, and our commitment to community stewardship. Join LDG for unlimited career opportunities!! |
|Duties:||The Environmental Specialist has overall responsibility to ensure the success of clients and projects of the Energy Division assigned his/her continued growth and development.|
This position closely interacts with clients and staff to insure total client satisfaction is obtained while meeting financial goals set for each project.
Essential Job Functions:
Promote, utilize and support quality assurance and quality control processes to improve the quality of deliverable and reduce design errors and omissions thereby resulting in a reduction in claims
Continually evaluate workload and collaborate with his reporting Environmental Project Coordinator to insure appropriate staffing is supplied at the right level of expertise to successfully complete each task assignment
Works towards or maintains professional certification in field of expertise such as Professional Wetland Scientist License or other as directed by his Environmental Project Coordinator
Assists in preparing project scope and fees as required
Provide overall daily technical oversight and management to assigned projects
Complete wetland delineations for companywide projects as directed
Preparation and submission of environmental permitting for assigned projects as directed and supervised by the Environmental Project Coordinator
Complete environmental site assessments and functional analysis as directed
Complete ecological surveys as directed
Prepare wetland mitigation plans and conduct wetland monitoring as directed
Provide coordination with state and federal agencies as required
Prepare and /or review reports, calculations, technical papers, presentations, etc relative to area of concentration as directed
Secondary Job Functions:
Be knowledgeable of current oil and gas regulations in geographic region of responsibilities.
Actively participate in client development activities, as directed by the Environmental Project Coordinator
|Qualifications:|| DESIRED EDUCATION Bachelors degree in Geology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management, Environmental Science or Biology|
DESIRED CERTIFICATION Certification/Registration such as P.G., CHMM. PMP, P.E., Certified Ecologist/Biologist/Wetland Scientist, etc
MINIMUM SYSTEMS OR PROGRAM NEEDS/EXPERIENCE Intermediate level of knowledge with Microsoft Office products, familiarity with handheld GPS units, advanced knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD and design software used by self and subordinates is desired
MINIMUM EQUIVALENT WORKING EXPERIENCE IN YEARS 2+
DESIRED EQUIVALENT WORKING EXPERIENCE IN YEARS 4+
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS Occasional to frequent overnight or extended stays.
Ability to think independently and as part of a Project Team
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills.
Ability to interact with clients, vendors, regulatory agencies and other external sources in a professional manner.
Must have experience with multi-disciplinary projects involving both natural resource and engineering tasks
Must have excellent knowledge and experience of permitting and regulatory requirements relative to oil & gas in PA, WV and OH
Must have permitting experience with other regulatory agencies such as EPA, ACOE, USFW, FERC, OSHA, PUC, DOT
Must have Broad skills in wetlands, Threatened and Endangered Species, Environmental Compliance, Due Diligence, Environmental Compliance, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Impact Assessment, etc.
Physical Demands/Working Requirements
Occasional to frequent lifting, walking, standing, reaching and use of hands as typically found in a field or office environment.
Frequently working in a field environment, must be able to work in all kinds of climates, weather conditions, environmental conditions and other conditions regularly found in the field.
Some travel and overnight stays may be required