ECORP Consulting, Inc. Jobs Available
We are currently recruiting for the following positions at our San Diego office:
We are looking for a Senior Biologist to join the San Diego office team. This will be an excellent career opportunity to work as part of an outstanding consulting group for a wide variety of public and private projects primarily in Southern California.
You will work closely with technical and management staff on project tasks and on marketing and business local and regional offices. You will serve as a project manager, proposal manager, technical lead (i.e. Project Biologist, Environmental Compliance Officer), and supporting team member for a wide range of biological resource analyses studies, and compliance oversight tasks. Daily communication and feedback to Project Managers and Task Managers a must.
The ideal candidate will be a service oriented, motivated self-starter and have previous project management experience, experience with coordinating field survey crews and construction monitors, experience with agency coordination (CDFW, USFWS, Army Corps, etc.) and leading environmental compliance programs, and of course excellent multi-tasking skills. The ideal candidate must also have proven capabilities to independently conduct and complete: environmental monitoring, habitat assessments, expertise in San Diego MSCP consistency analyses, vegetation mapping, general botanical surveys, and sensitive plant species surveys. Practical experience and familiarity with various state and federal laws/regulations with respect to biological resources is fundamental to success in these positions. Expertise in local wetland, botanical, or wildlife resources and familiarity with local survey and reporting requirements is also necessary.
You will be responsible for preparing technical reports and other deliverables including constraints analyses, vegetation mapping, general wildlife or botanical surveys, focused species survey reports, federally and state-listed sensitive species survey reports, and biological resources technical reports and/or a variety of other environmental documents in accordance with CEQA/NEPA.
In a typical day you will individually and/or as part of a team perform the following types of tasks:
- Research, assembly, and synthesis of data related to biological issues;
- Drafting, editing, and revising technical reports or assembling report data;
- Coordination with technical staff, administrative staff, GIS staff, word processing staff;
- Attending project, office, and technical group meetings;
- Project management;
- Client contact and agency coordination;
- Drafting, editing, and revising technical sections of proposal materials or researching background information to develop proposal scopes;
- Conducting field work; and,
- Supporting staff on other projects or proposals as directed.
A Bachelor’s degree in biological resources, botany, ecology, wildlife, environmental science or related field will be required. USFWS/CDFW permits and MOUs for local species are desired. It is expected that the successful applicant will have 5+ years of professional experience in the Southern California area as well as local project experience. Applicable advanced degrees and/or USFWS/CDFW permits and MOUs may substitute for years of experience. Strong writing and technical skills will be necessary. Ability to travel between worksites and conduct strenuous field work in inclement weather on steep terrain is also a requirement.
Environmental Planning Manager
ECORP Consulting is seeking a highly-motivated individual to be a Environmental Planning Manager in our San Diego office. Successful candidate will manage this office’s CEQA/NEPA work in coordination with our Inland Empire, Orange County and northern California offices. Responsibilities will include managing CEQA/NEPA documents, mentoring and training staff, and developing/maintaining relationships with clients and public agencies. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in environmental science, planning, or a related field and a minimum of 8 years of experience in the management of CEQA and NEPA environmental documents. Business development experience, including proposal preparation and existing relationships with local public agencies is preferred.
On-call Biologists (entry, mid, and senior level) -- Multiple Positions Available
Our San Diego office is looking for a Biologist with a minimum of 2 years of experience in conducting biological surveys in San Diego County, and a Bachelor of Science degree or higher in biology, ecology, or a related science. We are looking for technical expertise in field biology, biological resource assessments, and environmental compliance monitoring and a candidate with demonstrated experience with San Diego County species, ecosystems, and biological reporting requirements. The desired candidate must have strong communication skills, ability to multitask, technical writing skills, ability produce high quality deliverables and exhibit professionalism in interactions with coworkers, agency staff, and clients. Responsibilities will include performing biological and botanical fieldwork, conducting biological and botanical research, coordinating with project teams, preparing reports, and performing environmental and/or biological monitoring. Travel and fieldwork accounts for the majority of this position. While prioritizing health and safety, this position requires an individual who is able to walk and hike through varying degrees of difficult terrain. Individuals may also be required to perform their job responsibilities in inclement weather conditions.
More work could be available to those experienced with conducting similar work outside of San Diego County and willing travel to Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Counties for additional assignments.
ECORP Consulting, Inc. in San Diego, California is seeking temporary on-call archaeological monitors with paleontological training and experience for upcoming projects in San Diego County. Job duties will include monitoring for cultural and paleontological resources during construction of public infrastructure projects, identification and documentation of cultural resources, identification of paleontological resources, on-site coordination with contractor work crews and agency officials, coordination with Native American monitors, and associated reporting. The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree (B.A. or B.S., master’s degree preferred) in archaeology, anthropology, or a related discipline from an accredited institution plus at least one year of professional experience in archaeological and paleontological monitoring and/or fieldwork in Southern California, knowledge of local Native American communities and their respective material culture, and knowledge of local geology and paleontology. Preference will be given for local monitors. Competitive wages are based on level of education and experience.
Archaeology Field Technicians
ECORP Consulting, Inc. is currently accepting resumes for temporary, on-call field crew for archaeological projects in southern California, primarily focused in the Orange County and San Diego County areas.
Responsibilities may include construction monitoring, pedestrian survey, site mapping and recording, excavation, and other duties as assigned.
Requirements include a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology or closely related field, successful completion of an archaeological field school or field methods course at an accredited
university, at least 6 months of full time professional experience, and a work history that includes projects in California.
Competitive wages are based on level of education and experience.
ECORP offers excellent benefits, medical, dental, vision, FSA’s, 401(k) with employer discretionary match, life insurance, long term disability and other benefits in addition to a competitive salary, and a team-oriented atmosphere. Qualified applicants are encouraged to send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our website at http://www.ecorpconsulting.com to learn more about our company.
ECORP Consulting Inc, is an Equal Opportunity Employer