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Environmental Scientist/Project Manager

Employer
McCormick Taylor
Location
Middle West, Pennsylvania, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 24, 2022

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Sector
Consultancy/Private Sector
Field
Informatics / GIS
Discipline
Project Management
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Overview:
Who We AreMcCormick Taylor, Inc. is a full-service civil engineering firm providing creative design, planning, and environmental solutions to the challenges of everyday life. Since 1946, we've focused on our relationships with people-our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. Our culture matters because our people matter. We strive to create pathways for career advancement that suit the individual. We embrace hybrid work flexibility and the cultural shift toward a greater work-life balance. We've grown as a company over 75 years and 17 offices by building our team around people that share our passion for meaningful and impactful work. Who we're looking forMcCormick Taylor is actively seeking a mid to senior level Environmental Scientist/Project Manager for immediate employment. This position would service our transportation clients in Philadelphia, Delaware and New Jersey, and as such could be based out of our Philadelphia, Mount Laurel or Newark Offices. The candidate will be responsible for project management and providing regulatory and permitting compliance for transportation (roadway, transit) projects for local, state, and federal clients primarily located in eastern PA, DE and NJ. Knowledge of NEPA compliance and documentation, and experience with wetland field work and delineations preferred. Activities include, but are not limited to, project management of ongoing contracts, overseeing and preparing environmental assessment studies for permitting, wetland/stream studies, watershed assessments, water quality permitting, compliance monitoring, and preparation of NEPA documentation in PA and DE. Permitting experience is highly preferred.

Responsibilities:
Prepare and review various NEPA documents for multi-disciplinary projects, specifically in NJ and PA. Prepare and review environmental permits and agency permit applications including, but not limited to, wetland/waterway permitting and the Endangered Species Act (federal and state). Oversee stream, wetland, and wildlife habitat assessments.Monitor and review reports for wetland mitigation projects. Utilize GPS, ArcGIS, and Microsoft office for project data collection, analysis, and reporting.Ability to travel and conduct field work.Demonstrate environmental writing and communication skills.Ability to lead teams and manage staff work on projects. Candidate must be detail oriented and have the ability to work independently.

Qualifications:
BS/MS degree in Environmental Sciences or related field6-10 years of technical and project management experience in the NEPA compliance and environmental field and other natural resource surveys, environmental data collection, compliance monitoring, environmental permitting, and NEPA documentation. Familiarity and experience with NEPA compliance required. Permitting experience in PA and DE required. We value your interest in our organization! At McCormick Taylor, our people are our greatest asset. If you join us, we hope for the opportunity to grow and succeed together. We offer an unparalleled, comprehensive benefits package-including no-deductible medical plans, free vision and dental plans, programs to enhance work-life balance, and flexible and hybrid work schedules. McCormick Taylor is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strongly supports and celebrates the unique backgrounds of all of our employees and our applicants. Our commitment to inclusion spans age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, and physical and mental ability. Our focus is on building a culture that promotes, supports, and values the diverse backgrounds and voices of our employees so that everyone feels welcome and can succeed. We strive to build a diverse workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.
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