The Swamp School is a well-known and well-respected wetland delineation and plant identification training institute with classes on EPA and Army Corps of Engineers rules, wetland delineation, assessment and design, ecological risk assessments, and more including certifications programs and a variety of classroom courses and online. Our students have diverse backgrounds across many industries and are located all over the US.
We are looking for motivated individuals who can help us expand our training programs across the country. Your typical week includes following up on leads, making new contacts, obtaining referrals, performing one-on-one and group presentations by phone, closing sales and handing customer questions.
A successful enrollment representative will be an aggressive prospector with excellent sales pipeline management skills. You will need to identify decision makers, build relationships, schedule firm appointments, convey a sense of urgency, inform the customer, close for a decision and provide timely service. You should demonstrate a genuine interest in our industry and knowledge of our customers’ needs.
Necessary Skills and Experience:
- Inside sales experience
- Business to business sales experience
- Ability to work remotely
- Self-managed and disciplined
Educational sales experience is preferred but not required. First year expected income is between 60k – 95k with each subsequent year an additional 20% to 50% depending on performance.
If you feel you can contribute to our mission and find this work rewarding we invite you to apply. Our website is swampschool.org. No phone calls please. Send applications to: [email protected]
Spangler Environmental, Inc., located in Raleigh, NC, has an immediate need for an Environmental Project Leader/Senior Environmental Scientist. Requires at least five years environmental land development, project budget, and team member management experience, with preferred technical field experience in Phase 1/2 site assessments, client and regulatory agency interaction management, wetland and stream origin delineation and permitting, and environmental due diligence for major land development projects. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in environmental management-related field required, Master’s Degree preferred. Qualified candidates must demonstrate excellent organizational and communication skills, and must be able to demonstrate progressive responsibility in prior positions. Valid driver’s license and clean record required. EP per ASTM E1527-13, NCWAM/SAM and/or Stream Origin training certification preferred.
Acquisition of project portfolio from an Independent Consultant wanting to join an established firm is possible.
Also hiring Environmental Field Technicians with less experience, lesser degree; reply separately to same e-mail address.
All FT positions. Benefits/salary commensurate with skills and experience.
No phone calls–send detailed resume, references, salary history to [email protected]
Location: Charlotte, NC
CWS is looking for a Senior Wetland Scientist with 3-10 years of experience to work in our Charlotte, NC office.
Senior Wetland Scientist Job Purpose: Completes wetland consulting projects by organizing and controlling project elements.
Senior Wetland Scientist Job Duties:
Develops project objectives by reviewing project proposals and plans; conferring with management.
Determines project responsibilities by identifying project phases and elements; assigning personnel to phases and elements.
Determines project schedule and budget by studying project’s proposal and specifications; calculating time requirements; sequencing project elements.
Maintains project schedule by monitoring project progress and budget; coordinating activities and personnel; resolving problems.
Supervises all phases of a project from fieldwork to report completion.
Controls project costs by approving/reviewing time sheets and expenditures of junior staff.
Prepares project status reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends; recommending actions.
Mentors and trains staff and project-level personnel in Company policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Updates and maintains Company SOPs for all of our consulting services.
Supervises the maintenance of project files and folders by enforcing company procedures (i.e. FILE Copy).
Builds company reputation by exceeding client’s expectations of a project’s schedule, budget, and quality of work.
Responsible for professional development of junior staff (i.e., outside training scheduling and budgeting, PWS application mentoring, etc…).
Senior Wetland Scientist Advancement Opportunity: Principal Scientist or Business Development Manager
CWS is a dynamic and progressive company with a diverse and growing staff providing wetland consulting and construction services. CWS offers a competitive salary and benefits package, excellent opportunities for advancement, and flexible working conditions. CWS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please submit resume, cover letter, and references to [email protected]
Location: Everett, WA
Contact: Please send resume and cover letter to [email protected] No phone calls please.
Shockey Planning Group is seeking a professional wetland scientist with experience in land use and environmental/regulatory permitting. PWS certification desired but not required. SPG was established in 1980 and provides an excellent professional work environment, competitive salary and excellent benefits. The position requires an independent and knowledgeable self-starter who can manage a project from start to finish with minimum supervision in a collaborative team environment.
Location: Walnut Creek, Roseville, San Bernardino or Irvine
Contact: [email protected]
FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS) is focused on improving the world we live in by advancing sustainable practices globally. And, it’s our goal to improve the lives of all people we work with, whether they are clients, partners or colleagues.
We have immediate openings for two Regulatory Specialist Biologists for our northern and southern California offices. This role will manage client projects relative to regulatory requirements of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Regional Water Quality Control Board, and other state and federal agencies. This role will manage staff (including subs/specialists) in obtaining information needed to determine agency jurisdiction, complete permit applications, define mitigation options, and respond to agency concerns/comments. The Specialists will prepare and/or manage the preparation of development constraints, analyses, jurisdictional reports, develops Conceptual Mitigation Plans, endangered species biological assessments, environmental assessments, 404(b)(1) alternatives analyses, environmental impact statements, and permit applications (especially for Section 404 permits and Section 1601/1603 agreements). They will also act as a liaison between resource agencies and clients, as well as keeping clients informed of, and involved in the regulatory process. The Specialists will need to strive to maintain/increase their personal knowledge of changing state and federal regulations and assist in passing along this information to other staff.