Assist clients with project management, strategy development, outreach and consultation processes, technical workgroup support, management of technical consultants, license and permit application and NEPA document preparation, and negotiated settlement efforts
This person will coordinate closely with regional business development efforts, headquarters and regional office management and other Regulatory and Natural Resource staff.
Demonstrate the ability to synthesize a wide variety of scientific, technical, and policy information and develop clear, well organized written information for broad audiences.
Work effectively both as part of a team and independently, and will have good problem-solving skills
Successfully balance multiple tasks and projects in a deadline-driven work environment
Exhibit excellent verbal communication and writing skills
Holds themselves and others accountable to meet commitments
Builds partnerships and works collaboratively to meet shared objectives
Makes good and timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward
Is skilled at planning and prioritizing work;
Is capable of overcoming adversity and has a demonstrated ability to consistently achieve results, even under difficult circumstances.
Builds effective teams and gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity and authenticity.
A minimum of 10 years of experience in directly related consulting or industry positions with federal, tribal, and state regulatory processes, natural resources and/or NEPA related work is required.
Bachelor's degree in related technical discipline of Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science, Engineering, Hydrology, Public/Environmental Policy or other Natural Science is required, Masters' degree is preferred.
8-10 years' experience in hydroelectric operations, FERC processes and regulatory compliance for hydroelectric development; water (e.g., supply, irrigation systems) and other energy projects, and environmental expertise, particularly for aquatic resources.