Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Columbus , Ohio

Here's What You'll Do:

As an Ecologist / Project Scientist for Civil Environmental Consultants, Inc., you'll work with project teams to navigate today's complex environmental regulatory landscape, helping our commercial, institutional, and energy clients to comply with the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and related state regulations. You'll lead wetland and stream delineation projects, prepare delineation reports, interact with clients and regulatory agencies, and assist with preparing permit applications. 

Here's What You'll Need: 

-B.S. in a natural sciences field (e.g., Biology, Environmental Sciences, Ecology); 
-3-5 years of experience performing and leading wetland and stream delineations; 
-Ability to communicate both clearly and professionally;
-Experience identifying the Ohio flora; and 
-Experience writing reports and permits for wetland and stream encroachments. 

Here's What Wed Like to See: 

-Completion of a 40-Hour Wetland delineation training; and 
-Basic understanding of Section 401 and 404 Clean Water Act and Ohio Isolated Wetland Permits.

Here's Why You Should Join Us:

CEC is consistently ranked as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm. We are looking for people who enjoy using their education and experience to solve difficult technical problems and perform interesting projects. You can accomplish this while working with a team of professionals who are equally motivated to provide high levels of service to our clients.

CEC offers you a small firm work environment with large firm opportunities. Not only will we help you develop professionally, but will also provide an opportunity to become an owner of the firm and share in its success.

We offer a matching 401(k), profit sharing, a performance bonus, company stock, medical dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, tuition assistance, professional development, and work life balance. 

If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply respond to the ad. EOE


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