There are good opportunities for environmental scientists with a policy or evaluation focus to work for primary sector industries on land or at sea, regional and local councils, and government environmental ministries and agencies.
There is high demand for environmental scientists who can monitor the impacts of industrial activities on the environment, manage resource consents, provide advice on minimising environmental footprints, and consult and engage with stakeholders. Find out more about the sources of our job opportunities information. Environmental scientists in research roles can progress into senior research scientist, team leader or manager roles.
Environmental scientists look at the impact of pollution on lakes and rivers Photo: University of Waikato. Zoologists study animals and their behaviour in the wild or in captivity, and how they interact with other species and their environments. Marine biologists study animals and plants that live in the sea, and how they interact with their surroundings.
Environmental engineers assess and reduce the impact of engineering projects on water, soil and air. They also plan and design systems to treat and remove waste. Forestry scientists research forest growth, wood processing, conservation and different types of trees, and how these can be used. We are closed on all public holidays, including Wellington Anniversary.
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Tools and activities Planning career development Career practice and development Articles. Sign in. Plan your career Plan your career. Job hunting. Study and training. Home Job profiles Conservation Environmental Scientist. Pay Environmental scientists usually earn. Source: Environment Canterbury and University of Waikato, Job opportunities. Chances of getting a job as an environmental scientist are good due to a shortage of workers and increasing demand for their services.
Length of training years of training required. Industry Conservation. Vocational Pathways More Primary industries Social and community services. About the job. Pay Pay for environmental scientists varies depending on skills, experience and they type of work they do. Skills and knowledge Environmental scientists need to have knowledge of: the environment, including excellent knowledge of at least one area of environmental science such as water, soil or air quality ecosystems and the interaction between species natural history the Resource Management Act, and understanding of the effects of commercial development on the environment the Environmental Effects Act practical skills for performing experiments and operating scientific equipment research skills, and ability to analyse research results maths and computer programming skills.
Working conditions Environmental scientists: usually work regular business hours, but may be required to work weekends and evenings to meet deadlines usually work in offices, but may work outdoors when collecting samples or visiting sites may travel nationally and overseas to work on projects. What's the job really like? Environmental scientist video. View transcript. Working as a kaitiaki, as someone who protects the environment on behalf of our people requires you to be a bit of a jack of all trades.
In any given week I could be working with freshwater scientists, stormwater engineers, planners at council, people who actually do construction on the ground. If I sit down with a freshwater scientist they may not actually be aware that their colleague who works in stormwater is actually doing some sort of works further down the river. What drew me into doing this sort of work, when I was a teenager our iwi here asked for young people to assist with kiwi translocations from Kapiti Island.
So I went over to the island to help catch kiwi to send to other islands and I think in that process of handling kiwi and spending time with our native birds and our taonga I really grew an appreciation for how special they are, and wanted to work in a space where I could help protect them. And that then directed me to take a lot of science classes in high school and then to do a degree in ecology. I applied for a lot of scholarships when I was at university and one of the scholarships I had provided me with a work placement and it was a very scientific role working in a lab looking at the effects of pesticides on bee communities.
So it was very technical, not in the field. But I think having that grounding in hard science is very helpful. Typically the way that people think about effects to freshwater are chemical or biological. So might look at the chemistry of the water, the water quality, the ecology of the river catchment.
Because for us landscape is really imbued with historical and cultural meaning. All these experiences will make you more attractive to an employer. Search for placements and find out more about work experience and internships.
Opportunities for environmental science graduates can be found in the environmental science and wider biology sectors. Typical employers include:. There are also opportunities available in the utilities sector with water companies and waste management companies, in planning and surveying, the media, and in environmental education and research.
Find information on employers in environment and agriculture , energy and utilities , and other job sectors. Studying an environmental science degree provides you with a broad understanding of current environmental issues and challenges on a local, national and global scale. You learn about the impact humans have on the environment and how to manage it.
Areas covered can include environmental biology, geography, geology, chemistry, earth science, soil science and resource management. Some environmental science graduates go on to postgraduate study to specialise in a particular area of interest from their undergraduate degree. Others take further qualifications to enter a particular sector such as environmental health, where an accredited degree, degree apprenticeship or postgraduate qualification in environmental health is a requirement.
Some graduates are supported by their employers to undertake further study and gain directly relevant professional qualifications. It's also possible to undertake further study to qualify to become a teacher or to start a career in academic research or lecturing. For more information on further study and to find a course that interests you, see Masters degrees and search postgraduate courses in environmental science.
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Knowledge of ArcGIS, experiencemanaging data, and creating maps. Provide technical support on a variety of environmental compliance and regulatory permitting projects Perform environmental investigations, collect environmental data, prepare technical reports, and complete permit applications and other regulatory documents Assist with Environmental Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements and other environmental plans and documents involving federal and state regulatory permitting Regulatory review and research will be required, along with determining regulatory applicability to processes and problems.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds on a daily basis and must be willing to travel for field work as dictated by project demands. Managing and analyzing data including but not limited to flow, water quality, meteorological, and pollutant loading data Performing GIS analysis and producing maps Technical research and writing Preparing documents and reports Preparing and giving presentations.
Pursuit of Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science or Biology Involvement on campus or in the community Candidates must be legally authorized to work permanently i. Scoping and design of contaminated land and groundwater investigations Asbestos Inspections and Asbestos Contamination Remediation Conducting field testing and sampling for environmental investigations including soil, vapour, surface water, wastewater and groundwater assessments Collecting, compiling and interpreting field and laboratory data Supervising subcontractors during fieldworks Conducting site history and desktop research for contamination assessments and environmental constraints analyses Preparing proposals, reports and management plans within given timeframes.
Natural resource management experience will be highly regarded Team player and ability to work independently Flexibility to work away from home as required Proficient in MS Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Soil, groundwater, and air sampling per PADEP, NJDEP and USEPA Methods Operation of various technical instrumentation for data collection, analysis and interpretation Soil and groundwater characterization Site Inspections Aquifer testing Oversight of subcontractors and coordination of laboratory analysis Technical writing and preparation of reports, work plans, letters, and memoranda Preparing investigation cost estimates Conducting project related research historic data, regulations, etc.
Pursuit of Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Biology, or related science major Minimum of a 3. Environmental monitoring field work Assessment of environmental effects Environmental investigations and analysis Assist with preparation of tenders and proposals Assist with hydrological analyses and hydraulic modelling. Performing field investigations including environmental sampling soil, vapour, groundwater, wastewater and surface water Data collections, compilation and interpretation Preparation of permits and reports Management of small to medium sized projects Supervision of subcontractors during field work Assisting with the preparation of specifications, proposals and reports.
Secret Clearance EMS auditor certification. Bachelor's degree in a related technical field Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Geology, etc. Hiring preference also given to Section 3 eligible residents. Support environmental field surveys may be up to two weeks in the field at a time Provide support to senior personnel and other team members Support preparation of proposals and liaise with clients and stakeholders as required Environmental Science or related tertiary degree Understanding of environmental legislation and approvals in Queensland Attention to detail and problem solving skills.
Collaborate and work as part of a team of scientists that provide air quality testing services Calibrate, maintain, and operate air monitoring instrumentation and equipment Maintain electronic and hardcopy records in an organized manner Collect, organize, and prepare data for reporting Provide technical assistance to other departments on a project specific basis Continually upgrade technical knowledge and capabilities Qualified Source Testing Individual QSTI 40 Hour HAZWOPER or 8 Hour Refresher training Transportation Worked Identification Credential TWIC Basic Orientation Plus program completion.
Acting independently on technical matters pertaining to environmental regulatory compliance, due diligence, and subsurface investigations Preparing or overseeing the preparation of technical reports, plans, and permitting documents Interacting with local regulatory agencies and clients hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification Willingness and availability to travel domestically. Providing leadership and technical expertise on environmental investigation and remedial design projects Preparing site investigation reports, remedial design reports, work plans, specifications, proposals, budgets and project schedules and provide solid oversight and review of intermediate and junior employees work Providing leadership for practice area planning and goal setting, working with other senior members to provide integrative services for current and prospective clients Sourcing new and repeat business through maintaining and developing internal and external client relationships Knowledge of the NZ market.
BS degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or other closely related field years of experience Possess strong written and verbal communication skills Have a working knowledge of Excel. Independently managing projects and project teams to complete environmental science and regulatory planning projects for a wide range of public and private sector clients Managing the efforts of one or more project teams and providing overall technical guidance, fostering successful client relationships, managing project budgets and schedules, and assuring quality control of the project deliverables Working closely with the staff in AECOM's environmental planning group within Central Coast and southern California regional offices e.
BS degree in Environmental Engineering or Civil Engineering, Geology, Environmental Science or related field from an accredited institution 6 months to 3 years of related work experience, which could include work as an engineer, scientist, or geologist in the environmental field including such skills as environmental sampling, monitoring well installation and development, ecological and human health risk assessment, and the installation, maintenance, and monitoring of remediation systems May consider strong candidate with multiple internships in the environmental field in sampling, oversight functions for remediation projects Ideal candidate would have exposure to military munition response programs, or remediation involving unexploded ordinances, chemical warfare Ability to professionally and effectively communicate both orally and in writing in English Willingness to travel.
Locations will be mostly U. Design your assignments and work independently and integrate into larger, multi-disciplinary teams Plan and oversee field work, including conducting reconnaissance surveys; surface water, sediment, and biota sampling; and population and community surveys Conduct technical analysis and research, including compilation and evaluation of data, geo-statistics, and modeling the behavior of chemicals in the environment Develop significant sections of technical reports, including exhibits and graphics Appropriately delegate project assignments to project team members and mentor junior staff Support technical proposals and participate in business development with existing clients and identified opportunities.
Maintain client relationships that generate repeat business Understand and implement ERM practices, including our health and safety program. Interface extensively with large Fortune client representatives and establish long-term relationships with client project managers Mentor junior and mid-level staff to increase capabilities and promote growth Develop and execute business plan for growth in the Bay Area Foster business development skills among staff through coaching and partnering Create responsive, innovative scopes of work in response to business opportunities, and develop sound cost estimates Professional license in engineering is strongly preferred US Citizenship is a requirement for this position A minimum of 15 years professional experience in fast paced remediation projects as a senior technical lead required Experience working with Fortune clients as senior technical advisor; familiarity and experience working with aerospace clients is strongly preferred Possess a background with strong interdisciplinary skills and senior level quality control and document review experience.
Manage site investigation and remediation projects for manufactured gas plant MGP and other large contaminated sites for which the Company has responsibility to ensure that cost-effective, protective, compliant remedies are implemented. Maintain project financials in order to ensure cost-effective task and project implementation and adherence to budgets and schedules. Maintain good working relationships with key regulatory staff Ensure projects comply with safety standards, internal policies and processes and applicable laws and regulations Maintain good working relationships with the public and the local communities while working on high profile, media-sensitive projects.
Team with internal media, legal and community managers to develop strategies for communicating with key external stakeholders. Each advanced degree in an appropriate discipline may be substituted for 1 year of professional experience Expert within the field of Environmental Management.
Extensive and significant knowledge of one field of work or broad technical depth in multiple, related fields Knowledge of National Grid's business operations, company policies and practices. Experience overseeing and managing subcontractors Exceptional relationship building skills; and.
Coordination, strategy development, review and quality control of MEPA, NEPA and Boston Planning and Development Authority documents Assistance in strategy development and preparation of federal, state and local permit applications Technical content review and editing of environmental review documentation and permit filings for major and complex public infrastructure and private land development projects MS degree in environmental science or environmental studies with 20 years of related experience Expertise in multi-disciplinary environmental review documents Significant Experience in working with regulatory agencies and the public.
Manage and assist in the delivery of a range of environmental assessments, remediation and solid waste management projects including assessment for major hazard facilities, compliance and approvals, due diligence and strategic advice Assist in the business development activities Prepare technical reports, undertake desktop research and data analysis. Daily maintenance activities associated with a 0. We request that non-local potential applicants familiarize themselves with the area and confirm interest before applying Associates or bachelors degree in Water Resource Management, Environmental Science, or related field Operating knowledge of water treatment systems, including activated growth processes, extraction wells and pumps, aeration basins, clarifiers, pumps, belt filter press and other ancillary equipment or similar system operation or components hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training.
Additional responsibilities include. Manage site investigation and remediation projects for manufactured gas plant MGP and other large contaminated sites for which the Company has responsibility to ensure that cost-effective, protective, complaint remedies are implemented. Maintain good working relationships with key regulatory staff Knowledge of relevant industry practice, standards and legislation.
Knowledge of Massachusetts and Rhode Island environmental regulations is preferred Need to possess a valid driver's license with safe driving history required. Must include experience preparing environmental documents. Work on a wide variety of environmental compliance and natural resources projects as they relate to water resources, transportation and development projects Work under the supervision of mid-level and senior environmental scientist and water resource engineers Take responsibility for assisting with environmental permits, NEPA documentation, biological assessments and other environmental compliance documentation Assist senior and mid-level scientists in field work associated with the collection of natural resource data.
Work safely in industrial environments, recognizing risks and hazards, and understanding how to act to protect personnel and equipment from injury and damage Effectively execute collection of valid scientific samples for subsequent analysis using established technical procedures. Read, understand, and follow published test methods and standard operating procedures Execute valid scientific pollutant measurements from industrial smoke stacks and other stationary sources using EPA testing methods Produce accurate and complete documentation of tests conducted according to standard operating procedures Effectively work both independently and in a team environment Show initiative in maintaining and repairing equipment, ordering and organizing supplies and maintaining work areas QSTI certification hour HAZWOPER training certification Aptitude and experience with electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and repair.
Undertake desktop research and data analysis including hydrological assessments in urban and rural environments to be able to inform and advice clients and peers Collaborate with various stakeholders and clients to manage and deliver a range of environmental projects on time and within budget Lead, mentor and guide junior staff Prepare high quality technical reports and reviews Write and cost proposals which demonstrate a clear understanding of client needs and industry best practice Hydrology and hydraulic modelling skills Complementary environmental disciplines such as water quality, hydrogeology, contaminated land, ecology, environmental engineering, flood risk assessment and management, assessment of environmental effects etc.
To quickly learn about conducting protocol surveys, sensitive species management, monitoring, and technical writing Assist with biological natural resource tasks and assure each assignment follows the project budget, schedule, and scope of work Maintain up to date knowledge of biological and natural resource protocols, regulations, requirements, and best practices. Contribute technical expertise to project teams Previous experience specific to pipeline projects is preferred. Perform environmental field sampling soil, groundwater, vapor, etc.
Performs wetland delineations for electric utility, oil and gas, land development and transportation projects Completes independent and team oriented field work to complete necessary wetland delineations, as well as, required wetland encroachment permits Secures permits for land development, utility, oil and gas, or transportation projects, e. Extensive experience with the preparation of high quality technical reports on planning and environmental matters Supporting project managers through a team orientated project delivery focus Demonstrated experience managing small to medium scale multi-disciplinary projects.
Please describe how your current and previous education, training, skills and abilities make you a great fit for this position? How many times and for what length of time have you supervised staff? What type of leadership and management style do you believe you use and how do you plan to create relationships with staff and coworkers? Describe your current and past experiences reviewing and developing environmental documents under CEQA and NEPA How would you improve and maintain morale in a work unit?
How do you respond when schedules and workload are set outside your unit and what do you do about it? Assignments are designed to further develop judgment and understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities Prepare engineering related calculations and develop drawings and visual aids Capable of using spreadsheet, word processing and standard office software.
Project Management and client liaison including provision of client reports Conduct asbestos and hazardous material surveys sampling and management Conduct asbestos and hazardous material investigations and assessments Conduct asbestos monitoring, implementing programs and site supervision Asbestos fibre counting laboratory analysis Undertake a range of occupational monitoring and reporting Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Hygiene, Environmental Science or equivalent disciplines.
Activities include field assessments, wetland delineations, permitting, research and report writing Site visits for field-based projects Assist the project manager in Phase I and II assessments Ensure regulatory requirements are met Ability to identify various plant species 4-year degree minimum environmental science, or related science field Prefer years related experience The candidate should have some experience in various phases of investigation, report writing and permitting Strong communication, technical writing, organizational, and presentation skills are required Ability to manage and maintain project tasks under the direction of a project manager.
BS in environmental science, engineering or related field years experience Proficient in understanding and evaluating compliance with Federal and State regulations, such as the RCRA, CAA, CWA, EPCRA, TSCA, and DoD Environmental Policies and Procedures Demonstrate reliability, self motivated, and a strong work ethic, exhibit time management skills, be detail oriented, and perform work accurately in a work in a collaborative environment Environmental Compliance Auditing on DoD installations a plus Must be able to obtain a successful background check being completed as well as having, or being able to obtain in a reasonable time, the required government clearances to perform the responsibilities HDR has been contracted to perform.
BS or BA degree in environmental science, engineering, planning, or related field is required. Advanced degree is a plus Experience assisting in preparation of EAs, EISs, EBSs, and other similar environmental documents with Federal agencies is a plus Candidates that are proficient in speaking and writing Spanish is a plus.
Briefly describe how you would apply these concepts to analytical data? Describe your experience maintaining, trouble-shooting, and repairing mechanical systems e. Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills and experience in presenting controversial issues before a wide range of audiences including a board, commission, the Legislature, the regulated community, and environmental groups Knowledge and understanding of the regulations and policy governing the State and Regional Water Boards Ability to follow direction and work as part of a team toward a common goal Knowledge of statistics and the ability to comprehend and analyze scientific data Knowledge and experience using basic productivity software, GIS software, and programming software.
Describe your experience and ability in managing a group of scientists, analysts, and other staff Describe how you would work with staff to implement a current and effective training strategy for the Water Board Describe your past experience working in and communicating with large stakeholder groups Describe your experience in managing complex projects for internal and external organization outcomes.
Assist with and conduct environmental site assessment and remediation projects on behalf of our clients at sites throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario Co-ordinate the schedules and activities of project sub-contractors Perform assessment activities while being mindful of the policies and procedures to protect worker health and safety Perform environmental soil and groundwater sampling Prepare draft work plans for review by senior staff Prepare environmental site assessment reports, under the guidance of senior staff.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background screening which may include, but is not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, driving record check, criminal background check, and an investigative consumer report.
Environmental Sciences or similar 2 years relevant experience Willingness to develop competence in a broad array of water resource related tasks. Perform biological field studies such as wetland delineations, threatened and endangered species surveys, and biological aquatic assessments Perform multi-media permitting and compliance associated with development projects with an emphasis on U. Army Corps of Engineers, U. Must be willing and able to do oil refinery-related fieldwork Working under the direct supervision of resident engineers, geologists, and project managers to coordinate and manage small tasks, review task progress versus project schedules, prepare cost estimates, and develop work and change orders Performing other related duties as assigned Following company policies and health and safety guidelines to ensure personal safety BS in geology, environmental science, engineering or related scientific discipline A minimum of 4 years of experience in environmental investigation and remediation Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required Strong organizational skills, multitasking ability, and proficiency using the Microsoft Office software Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and Access.
Responsible for field work and office work for remediation of contaminated sites located primarily in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware Office work includes, but is not limited to: subcontractor coordination; report writing; summarizing data in tables and figures; and, additional client support such as cost estimation BS in Environmental Science, Geology, or related major 3 to 6 years of previous environmental experience Experience working in site remediation in New Jersey under the LSRP program or Pennsylvania under the PADEP Act 2 preferred Experience with modeling and statistical software a plus OSHA hour HAZWOPER is also a plus.
Relevant tertiary qualifications relevant earth sciences, environmental science or environmental engineering Experience in managing and supervising drilling subcontractors in the field Safety Training including Construction Induction Card and HAZWOPER Equivalent Training highly desirable Full Drivers Licence Willingness to work on projects throughout Australia and New Zealand, if necessary, for various periods of time; and.
Ability to conduct field work under unfavorable conditions and to deal with confrontation when necessary. Oral and written communication skills are essential. A reverse chronological resume outline is the best alternative when writing a professional environmental specialist resume. Your work experience section is one of the biggest sections you can leverage to get you the job, which is why you should opt for a resume order that places it at the top. This resume format is also extensively recognized, which means that applying it will help you impress the hiring manager from the first glance.
It is also easy to skim through using Applicant Tracking Systems. An environmental specialist is required to possess excellent organization and self-expression skills, both of which will be revealed by your resume layout appearance. A resume is a formal document that should possess white space, a neat appearance, and should be easy to read.
Examples of fonts you can apply in the document body include Cambria, Arial, or Calibri. Such fonts are less oriental to ensure the recruiters are not distracted. Use one font throughout the document. Applying one minimalist color as a column background is recommended. Using subheadings and short, easy to read bulleted points is essential to make your resume easy to read through. Ensure you proofread your resume thoroughly to remove any typos then submit your resume for consideration in PDF format.
Photos are rarely required while applying for an environmental specialist position. These are actually advised against to avoid exposure to any discrimination based on race or appearance. Use resume sections to classify and include various aspects of your career that will help you prove your competence to the hiring firm. Pay extra attention to each section to ensure that it portrays a great picture of you as a professional.
Below are the resume sections that are most critical in an environmental specialist resume :. You can add the volunteer experience or internship sections to fill in the work experience section if you just left school and have little experience. Your hobbies and interests are optional, and you can include any that are beneficial to society like charity work.
An environmental specialist resume should be one page long. You need to be brief and straight to the point in every resume section. Apply columns to make the most of the space on your one page, so you never have to go below font Below are tips that will help you make the most of them:.
As mentioned earlier, the work experience section carries a lot of weight in the elimination process. If you have extensive experience, include only the most recent stints relevant to the specific job to avoid having excessive information on the document.
For each work stint starting from the most recent , begin with the job title you had, the name and location of the previous employer, and the period of tenure. You can then highlight your roles and duties, as well as accomplishments in bullets. It also helps the company confirm the authenticity of your job requirements. If you are writing a resume with little experience , add all relevant courses pursued in your college education and a stellar GPA 3.
If you are yet to graduate, write the year expected to graduate. Environmental specialist Resume Examples Apply the following resume examples to guide you in writing your own environmental specialist resume. Reverse chronological. You can use our resume templates to display the chronological resume format. Neat resume design Appealing resume layout Margins and white space Resume fonts types and size Subheadings and bullets Columns.
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