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Field Environmental Monitor
Field Environmental Monitor Job DescriptionWhy Choose Arcadis:
Arcadis is the leading global design and consulting firm for natural and built assets, and we invite you to join us in partnering with our clients to deliver truly exceptional and sustainable outcomes. Contribute to the world’s most high-profile and transformative projects, from shopping centers in Shanghai and improved traffic flow in Atlanta to state-of-the-art rail systems in Doha, coastal defenses for Manhattan and cleaner air in Los Angeles.
Work alongside the industry’s foremost thought leaders and accomplished professionals, generating effective, real-world results. We are Arcadis: 27,000 people in more than 70 countries, creating value by applying our collective wisdom to every challenge. Our culture is collaborative, we believe in diversity and the power of global teamwork, and we own the responsibility to sustain the Earth and its people in a safe and balanced way.
Arcadis. Improving quality of life.About This Business Line
Arcadis is seeking a dedicated Field Environmental Monitor to join our team. This position is based in our El Paso, Texas office supporting projects across the region.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Assist and monitor construction projects and related environmental protection measures.
- Assist with the details of the proposed project planned activities, environmental protection commitments, and proposed mitigation and enhancement measures.
- Familiarity with the project area or similar environs.
- Read and apply permit conditions, must be familiar with all pertinent regulations, and must possess excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with the contractors and foremen to ensure permit compliance.
- Must also have strong written communication skills.
- Interaction with construction crews.
- Work with others, including regulatory agencies such as the USFWS and the USACE.
- Demonstrate independent and effective problem solving/decision making.
El Paso Biology Job
Field Environmental Monitor Job RequirementsRequired Qualifications
•Bachelor’s degree in biology, environmental ecology, or anthropology that includes at least thirty (30) semester hours in biological sciences, natural resource management, wildlife biology conservation biology, restoration ecology, cultural resources, or archaeology.
•Three (3) years of field experience in performing historical archeology/cultural resources construction monitoring, preconstruction surveys, and construction crew environmental training and coordination. Experience must be directly related to environmental considerations and cultural resources protection in construction.
•Positive references from industry or government for previous monitoring duties must be provided.
•Must meet the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines minimum education and experience requirements for professionals. See http://www.cr.nps.gov/local-law/arch_stnds_9.htm for details. Any of the five (5) professions listed are acceptable
•Knowledge of theory, principles, and methods of natural resource management as it relates to the protection and restoration of the ecosystem, associated fish and wildlife resources, and endangered species.
•Knowledge of theory, principles, and methods of cultural resource management.
•Awareness of regulatory requirements associated with, and the details of any authorizations granted for, the project.
•Knowledge of wildlife species (common, special status, endangered, threatened, etc.) near the project area.
Masters degree in biology, environmental ecology, or anthropology that includes at least thirty (30) semester hours in biological sciences, natural resource management, wildlife biology conservation biology, restoration ecology, cultural resources, or archaeology
We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. We are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.