This is a regular, salaried position and a chance for a long-term career, working with an experienced Texas consulting team in the fields of T&E species, karst geology, habitat conservation plans, general ecology and preparing NEPA-compliant regulatory documents.
What you will accomplish
- As a Project Manager you will work closely with clients to successfully design and oversee projects to completion.
- You will write and review environmental documents prepared by yourself and other SWCA environmental specialists.
- Manage project requirements related to National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and other local, state and federal planning/permitting regulations.
- Provide advice and guidance on complex federal, state and local regulatory issues.
- Prepare budgets and proposals, conduct business development and client outreach Ensure that project quality, scheduling, and budget objectives are met.
- Attend and/or present at local, regional and national conferences and forums.
- Take the initiative, resolve problems, and identify improved procedures to assure client needs are met.
- Ability to grow into increased management and leadership responsibilities.
Experience and qualifications for success
- Bachelor's degree in environmental planning, environmental science, or a related field. Master's degree a plus.
- Can demonstrate at least five (5) years of applicable experience managing projects, preparing budgets and/or writing proposals.
- Strong and clear technical writing, with preference given for those with a ESA, CWA or NEPA-compliant document histories.
- Working knowledge of environmental state and federal environmental laws and regulations.
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to take a logical approach to tasks.
- Robust organizational, analytical, and document management skills with the ability to work on more than one project at a time, often meeting tight deadlines.