KST Job Board

The Keystone Stream Team Job Board posts job ads related to watershed, river, and stream restoration and mitigation.  New job ads will be posted here as soon as received.  There is no charge to local, state, or federal agencies, private employers, or non-profit groups.  Referral agencies must pay a $100 fee for each advertised position.  Fees are used solely to defray website costs.  Please submit job ads to jobs@keystonestreamteam.org

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May 10, 2011 - Senior Fluvial Geomorphologist/Ecologist. Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc. is seeking a Senior Fluvial Geomorphologist/Ecologist working out of our Oakdale, MN office. Primary responsibilities will include the assessment, design and construction of a wide range of stream and related resources projects including river restoration, stabilization, fish passage, flood management, stormwater management, water and sediment budgets, and water quality projects. 

Minimum Requirements:

Preferred Credentials and Experience:

Status:           Part-time or full-time
Closing:            May 31, 2011

Please send resume along with salary requirements to Emmons & Olivier Resources, 651 Hale Avenue North, Oakdale, MN 55128 or email to info@eorinc.com with a heading of Senior Fluvial Geomorphologist/Ecologist.

January 4, 2011 - Environmental ScientistKCI Technologies is the largest employee-owned, multi-disciplined engineering firm in Maryland, employing more than 800 operating out of offices in 12 states and the District of Columbia. With revenues of approximately $131 million in 2009, Engineering News-Record Magazine has placed KCI 83rd among the top engineering firms in the country.

We are seeking a Designer to join our Natural Resources team. Responsibilities for this position include; natural and urban channel assessments, stream restoration design, and hydrologic/hydraulic evaluations. Formal training in fluvial geomorphology and Rosgen Stream Classification methodology a plus but not required.

1-5 years professional experience in stream assessment and restoration design for natural and urban channels and H&H evaluations.  Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Must have strong writing (specifications/reports), organizational, people & communication skills, and must be attentive to details.  Bachelor of Science required, Masters degree preferred. Degrees in Civil Engineering or Environmental Science, with an emphasis in hydrology/hydraulics. EIT certification preferred.  Ability to work in a team environment, with individuals in other geographies a must. Overnight travel will be required on occasion.

Pre-employment drug testing is required as a condition of employment. KCI offers competitive salary and excellent benefits. KCI is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. Female and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. EOE/M/V/F/D

Qualified applicants should apply to: http://careers.kci.com/jobdetail/10-P050-178_designer_e_iii_sparks_maryland


January 4, 2011 - Environmental ScientistKCI Technologies is the largest employee-owned, multi-disciplined engineering firm in Maryland, employing more than 800 operating out of offices in 12 states and the District of Columbia. With revenues of approximately $131 million in 2009, Engineering News-Record Magazine has placed KCI 83rd among the top engineering firms in the country.

KCI is seeking an Environmental Scientist to assist with various ecological restoration projects, including non-tidal stream, tidal and non-tidal wetland, shoreline, shallow estuary, fisheries and lake restoration projects. Support the development of multi-disciplinary watershed restoration planning efforts. Demonstrate analytical skills necessary to solve complex problems.

2-5 years professional experience related to ecological restoration and stream assessment for natural and urban channels. Applied knowledge of the principles of geomorphology and Hydrology & Hydraulics (H&H) preferred. Experience with wetland delineation natural resources assessments (wildlife, fisheries, aquatic biota, botanical), and environmental permitting a plus, but not required. Formal training in fluvial geomorphology preferred.

Strong understanding of fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Firm understanding of restoration methodologies for freshwater and brackish ecosystems; familiarity with GIS analysis; excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent organizational and time management; strong task management skills; strong interpersonal skills; rigorous research and analysis skills; demonstrated understanding of ecological principles and processes; ability to learn quickly.

BS in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, Environmental or Water Resource Engineering or equivalent (R). MS in relevant fields or Registration as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) or Professional Engineer(P) a plus. Ability to work in a team environment, with individuals in other geographies a must. Overnight travel will be required on occasion. Pre-employment drug testing is required as a condition of employment. KCI offers competitive salary and excellent benefits. KCI is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. Female and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. EOE/D/V/M/F

Qualified candidates should apply to: http://careers.kci.com/jobdetail/10-P050-179_environmental_scientist_ii_es_ii_sparks_maryland        


December 22, 2010 - Stream Restoration/Geomorphology/Hydrology/HydraulicsBHE Environmental, Inc., an interdisciplinary consulting firm, has an opening in our Cincinnati, Ohio, office for aprofessional experienced in the assessment, protection, and restoration of water resources. In this position, you will use your skills in watershed and stormwater management, geomorphic and biologic field assessments, hydrology and hydraulics, sediment transport modeling, channel stabilization, habitat restoration design, biotechnical engineering design, and environmental documentation in support of client needs. The position involves a mix of field work, data analysis, report writing, client contact, and agency coordination. Additional responsibilities and opportunities for advancement are available. This position requires demonstrated training and experience in the skills outlined above. Effective written and oral communication skills are mandatory for success. A Master's degree, prior consulting experience, and demonstrated computer skills (advanced word-processing, data management and analysis, GIS) are preferred. Project and regulatory experience in the Southeast and Midwest United States is preferred. For immediate consideration, visit www.bheenvironmental.com. Select Careers and complete a profile.


July 10, 2009 - Ecogeomorphology and Stream Restoration Research Associate.  The St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL) and the National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics (NCED) at the University of Minnesota are seeking a research associate to provide interdisciplinary research leadership in developing and sustaining an externally sponsored research program that uses the Outdoor StreamLab and other SAFL/NCED facilities for basic and applied research in stream restoration. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in civil engineering, geology, hydrology, ecology, or related disciplines. Laboratory and field work experience are a plus. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity/affirmative-action employer. For additional information, please contact Adam Recknor.  Please visit the following website for detailed application information.

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May 6
, 2009 - Environmental Scientist ARM Group, Inc., is seeking an environmental scientist to be based out of its Hershey, PA, office.  Responsibilities include conducting wetland identification and delineation, performing surface water and aquatic assessments, completing wildlife and plant species surveys, conducting agency coordination, preparation of state and federal water encroachment permits and preparing technical environmental reports. Strong communication skills and experience in wetland mitigation and stream restoration practices is desirable. Some travel and overnight stay will be required.

Education/Skills: Successful candidates should have a minimum of a B.S. degree in biology, ecology, botany, wildlife management, environmental science or related natural science field and 3 years (minimum) of experience.

Contact: Marcia Plouse, Human Resources Manager; Phone: 717-508-0552; Email: mplouse@armgroup.net


April 25, 2009 - Environmental Scientist ARM Group, Inc., is seeking an environmental scientist to be based out of its Hershey, PA, office.  Responsibilities include conducting wetland identification and delineation, performing surface water and aquatic assessments, completing wildlife and plant species surveys, conducting agency coordination, preparation of state and federal water encroachment permits and preparing technical environmental reports. Strong communication skills and experience in wetland mitigation and stream restoration practices is desirable. Some travel and overnight stay will be required.

Education/Skills: Successful candidates should have a minimum of a B.S. degree in biology, ecology, botany, wildlife management, environmental science or related natural science field and 3 years (minimum) of experience.

Contact: Marcia Plouse, Human Resources Manager; Phone: 717-508-0552; Email: mplouse@armgroup.net


February 5, 2009 - Civil Engineer/Water Resources Team Leader.  Kleinschmidt is seeking a Civil Engineer, specializing in water resources, hydraulics and hydraulic control structures in our Strasburg, PA, Essex, CT, Liverpool, NY or Pittsfield, ME offices.  Qualified candidates will be growth-oriented individuals with a strong background in water resource engineering, stormwater management, river and stream restoration, dam removals, wetland restoration, fish passage, and other ecosystem enhancement projects.  Candidates should also possess business development and management experience and be (or be able to be) registered as a Professional Engineer.

Candidates must have experience with specialized technical computer programs such as HEC-RAS, HEC-HMC, DAMBRK, HEC-ResSim, and EPA-SWMM, and must also be familiar with the regulatory permitting and zoning review process particularly in PA, MD, NY, and New England.  Proficiency with AutoCAD and GIS is a plus. In addition to excellent technical skills, candidates must have strong oral and written communication skills, be self-motivated, and able to work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team.

Minimum requirements include a BSCE with 5 to 10 years of experience in water resources engineering. A Master’s degree would be considered the equivalent of 3 years experience.

To submit an application, please email cover letter, resume, and writing sample to:

Kleinschmidt Associates
141 Main Street, P.O. Box 650
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-3328 Phone
(207) 487-3124 Fax
careers@KleinschmidtUSA.com
 


January 13, 2009 - Restoration Specialist WHM Consulting, Inc., is looking for a Project Manager/Senior Environmental Scientist for its offices in State College, Pennsylvania. Position responsibilities include: Technical oversight for water resource projects, client marketing and development, oversee development of technical reports, designs, permitting, and field surveys. Position available immediately. Competitive salary and benefit package.

Position Requirements:
BS in environmental studies or related field, Master Degree preferred;
Five to ten years experience;
Proven management experience in water resources, permitting, field surveys, wetland and stream mitigation design;
Client management experience
Supervisory experience;
Experience with CAD, and GIS a plus;
Experience in Natural Channel Design a plus;

The WHM Group sm
2525 Green Tech Dr. Ste.B
State College, PA 16803
inquiries@whmgroup.com


January 8, 2009 - Associate Project Manager III Working in the Stream Management Program, Watershed Lands and Community Planning Division of the Bureau of Water Supply, Kingston NY office, candidate will oversee the design review, design and construction of City-sponsored and FAD mandated stream restoration projects throughout the West of Hudson Watershed. Many of these projects will be designed by County Soil and Water Conservation District engineering staff. Role will include ensuring designs meet fluvial geomorphic performance standards and design specifications, bringing projects in on-budget, and ensuring Environmental Health and Safety requirements and construction supervision standards are met. Candidate may assist DEP Engineering Unit (regulatory) with review of very complex stream projects. Candidate will oversee all aspects of a $2.4M professional engineering services contract to meet SMP objectives, direct special investigations, and train and direct a summer field team,and oversee the analysis and application of this information to stream projects throughout the Watershed. Candidate will oversee the integration of stream management principles with other key Bureau Directorates, especially Operations in their numerous projects to stabilize roads and stream crossings, redesign bridges and culverts.  Salary: $70,250.

Qualifications: One year of full-time satisfactory experience in supervising employees performing project management work, such as planning, administering, managing, coordinating or expediting, on engineering and/or architectural and/or landscape architectural projects, OR supervising a construction project with a value of $ 1,000,000 or more, and either:

1) A Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business administration, or public administration, and one year of full-time satisfactory experience in project management work, such as planning, administering, managing, coordinating or expediting, for engineering and/or architectural and/or landscape architectural projects; or

2) A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and five years of experience as described in “1” above; or

3) A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent plus any combination of the experience and/or college education as described in “1" above to make up the equivalent of five years of education and experience. One year of credit will be given for (a) each 30 semester credits of college education leading to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business administration or public administration; (b) a Masters degree from an accredited university in one of the disciplines described in “1” above; or (c) a valid New York State license as a Professional Engineer, Registered Architect or Registered Landscape Architect.

Experience with is primarily of a design nature is not acceptable towards meeting the qualification requirements.

Assignment Level III: Special Requirements
In addition to meeting the qualification requirements for Assignment Level I, candidates must have at least two additional years of experience as described in “1: above in a supervisory capacity or have served for at least two years as a project manager for a large and/or complex construction project.

Essential Skills: The successful candidate will have a civil or environmental engineering degree (or experience equivalent) with education and/or training in fluvial processes or river morphology, stream assessment and classification, sediment transport and bed dynamics. The successful candidate will have fluency in the Rosgen method of natural channel design and have demonstrated the ability to integrate traditional design approaches with natural channel design as well.

The successful candidate will need to have some of the following additional skills: Autodesk Civil 3D or other similar CAD application, ArcGIS, Rivermorph, HEC or other hydraulic/sediment modeling experience, and must be able to process, analyze and interpret hydraulic, geomorphic, topographic and physical habitat data. Experience in statistical analysis of fluvial systems. Experience in natural channel design and construction including projects that result in the creation of multi stage channels, addressing sediment supply and transport capacity, and aquatic and riparian habitat conditions. Must be comfortable providing construction supervision with demonstrated ability to hold contractors to design specifications and schedules. Must have exceptional communications skills, be a team player and possess a positive attitude.

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January 5, 2009 - Restoration SpecialistThis Position Has Been Filled.  The Delaware Riverkeeper Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the Delaware River and its tributaries.  The Restoration Specialist position is an entry-level position. Duties will include (a) fieldwork; (b) data analyses; (c) project planning and implementation; (d) grant writing; (e) frequent contact with officials and citizens; and (f) activities related to the organization. Our projects involve riparian buffer, aquatic habitat, stream bank, and steam channel restoration plus public awareness. Some weekend and evening work is involved. Projects are generally located in the Philadelphia region (New Jersey and Pennsylvania).

Qualifications: Minimum qualifications are a bachelor’s degree; the ability to communicate effectively; and an appropriate suite of computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.).  A degree in natural resources (i.e., science, engineering, or other) is preferred, but not required. Exceptional oral and written communication skills, or expertise in riparian plants, aquatic biology, GPS/GIS, and/or stream restoration methods would be pluses.

Salary and benefits: $30K plus a flexible, congenial work environment.  Expenses for work-related use of personal vehicle are reimbursed.  Health benefits package is available after probation period.  This is a permanent position, contingent upon available funding. 

Please e-mail your resume to drn@delawareriverkeeper.org by February 1, 2009.


January 1, 2009 - Environmental Engineering Supervisor The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission has an opening for a newly created Environmental Engineering Section Supervisor position in the Park Development Division located at Parkside Headquarters in Silver Spring.  Position supervises and manages work program for team of engineers developing innovative park environmental, resource protection, and general civil engineering capital projects with assistance from outside consultants.  Responsibilities include planning, programming, and designing park capital improvement projects for stream protection, stormwater management, ponds and lakes remediation, NPDES compliance, utilities, road access, bridge, drainage, retaining wall, and park maintenance structures.  The supervisor will coordinate the work of the section with other divisional, departmental, and agency units, identify and recommend long-term and short-term environmental engineering capital programming needs, engineering assessments, or projects, assign, control, and oversee management of all projects within the section, review, approve, and certify construction documents, set standards and develop policies and procedures, define goals and objectives for the section, participate in the operating and capital budget process, and closely work with other managers in the division. In addition to overseeing the work of the section, the Supervisor will guide the professional and support staff assigned to the section, assign the section work program, set out and monitor overall work schedules, define benchmarks for meeting the objectives and targets of section programs, evaluate staff performance, and provide and monitor enhancements of staff competency and training, and manage recruitment process for filling vacant positions.

Minimum qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering (or related field) and 6 years experience directly related to the requirements of the position, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Salary range per annum:  Grade J - $62,658 - $109,200 Full-time hours: 40 hours per week.  Excellent benefits package includes generous leave, extensive health coverage, deferred compensation plan, retirement plan, and work-life programs.  The office location is convenient to downtown Silver Spring and Capital Beltway.

For more information and to apply on-line, please go to our website: www.mncppc.org/jobs/ or submit a cover letter and resume, no later than January 16, 2009,  to:

The M-NCPPC
Recruitment and Selection Services Office
6611 Kenilworth Avenue, #103
Riverdale, MD 20737
Attn: Recruiter/Environmental Engineering Supervisor

Email: cas-recruiting@mncppc.org, Indicate Environmental Engineering Supervisor in the subject line.

EOE/AA/M/F/D Employer


December 22, 2008 - Hydrologist Williams Creek Consulting is seeking a hydrologist with experience using ICPR, Stormnet, SWMM, or similar hydrologic software. experience with CAD, HECRAS and/or Rosgen analysis a plus. strong analytical skills required. Position is located in Indianapolis, IN.  Send resume/CV to tblahnik@williamscreek.net or mramsey@williamscreek.net


October 1, 2008 - Water Resources Engineer Michael Baker Engineering, Inc., with a divisional office in Asheville, NC is a diversified engineering firm, with a commitment to sustainability and a nationally recognized stream and wetland restoration program.   We provide our clients with innovative design solutions to challenging environmental problems.   Baker is a dominant market leader in stream and wetland restoration design and well respected for our environmental planning, storm water planning and design, GIS/GIT practice, floodplain mapping program and transportation engineering.   We recruit and hire the best and brightest in their respective fields of expertise.  The Asheville office is presently seeking a well qualified Water Resources Engineer.

Description / Requirements: Qualifications required include four-year degree in Environmental Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Civil Engineering or equivalent.  Master's degree is a plus.  Candidate should have at least 3 years of relevant experience in water resources work.  North Carolina PE license or the ability to obtain a PE in the State of North Carolina within 1 year of employment is required.

Skills and experiences of a preferred candidate will include some or all of the following: stream restoration using natural channel design, stormwater planning and design using low-impact development techniques, watershed management planning, water quality modeling, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, geomorphic assessments, preparation of construction documents and estimates, and construction inspection.  Familiarity with wetland and stream-related regulatory programs and permitting requirements, surveying, GPS equipment, ArcView GIS, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Rivermorph, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS or other hydrologic and/or hydraulic modeling is a plus.  

 Must be fluent in MS Office products and must demonstrate good written and verbal skills.  Must be skilled at task management and be able to organize data to obtain project-required information, compile and analyze data, and develop reports.  Must understand and work within scope and budget constraints to accomplish tasks.  Must have or be able to obtain a NC drivers license.   Previous project management experience is a plus.

Moderate travel to project sites will be required.  Some overnight travel will be required.  Must be able and willing to work in field conditions.  Baker offers a competitive benefits package.  Salary will be commensurate with qualifications & experience.  Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Micky Clemmons
797 Haywood Road, Suite 201
Asheville, NC  28806
828-350-1408
mclemmons@mbakercorp.com


September 1, 2008 - Watershed Assessment Specialist.  The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd (NIWA), New Zealand, is an internationally renowned research organization, dedicated to providing science-based products and services that enable people and businesses to make best sustainable use of the natural environment and its living resources. We are committed to being an excellent employer and provide extensive staff benefits and development opportunities, along with a great place to work.

Currently we have a fantastic opportunity for a Stream and River Ecologist who has expertise in one or more specialized fields (e.g., invertebrate community dynamics, instrumentation, hyporheic ecology, microbial ecology, geographic information systems).

Competitive candidates will have post-doctoral research experience, a strong publication record, experience working within interdisciplinary teams, and experience in basic and applied research and consultancy.

The position will focus on ecological, hydrological and physical habitat dynamics in New Zealand rivers, and the development of tools to support and improve river flow management. The position will be located at the NIWA campus in Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand.

A position description, online application and further information about NIWA can be found at: www.niwa.co.nz/careers


August 28, 2008 - Watershed Assessment Specialist.  SRBC is seeking a biologist to perform watershed assessment and protection work for the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, a federal-interstate water resource agency.  Qualifications include a degree in biology or related discipline, with field data collection experience required.  Strong computer, communication, writing, and organizational skills are required, with fish, macroinvertebrate, and/or wetland plant identification skills a plus.  Field work and overnight travel required.  Email cover letter and resume by September 17, 2008, to WAPposition@srbc.net.


August 18, 2008 - Stream Restoration Specialists Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc. (WEG) is accepting resumes for Stream Restoration Specialists (B.S. minimum) to work with a team of design professionals in a progressive company with offices located in Williamsburg, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Herndon, Virginia as well as Lakeland, Florida. WEG provides support services for public and private sector clients in the areas of water resources, watershed management, environmental planning, stormwater management, stream restoration, and wetland mitigation. WEG also provides specialized environmental services in the areas of ecology, planning, regulatory support, and landscape architecture. WEG was founded in 1990 and has grown from two partners to a qualified staff of over 100 professional engineers, planners, landscape architects, and environmental scientists with specialized technical skills that are highly integrated.

Positions advertised are currently available in our Williamsburg and Richmond, Virginia offices.

The preferred candidate should have at least two years of experience, Rosgen/Natural Stream Channel Design Training other specialized training in stream restoration, an understanding of design, and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work within a team environment. A balance of fieldwork and design activities will be necessary, and experience using AutoCAD is preferred. Applicants for this position could include civil engineers, environmental scientists, landscape architects, agricultural engineers, ecologists, and other professions in related fields. Candidate should have a strong or working knowledge of some or all of the following skills as they relate to stream restoration assessment and design:

• Stream restoration processes
• Grading and drainage principles
• Channel stabilization techniques
• Stream habitat assessments
• Hydrology and hydraulic principles
• Sediment transport mechanics
• Erosion and sedimentation control practices
• SWMM and Pond Pack preferred

WEG offers competitive salary and benefits (including medical, dental, life, short- and long-term disability insurance, Flexible Spending, 401(k), vacation, holidays, personal leave, tuition reimbursement), challenging projects, and opportunities for growth in a team-oriented environment. WEG is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send resume and salary requirements to the following address:
Company: Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc.
Contact: Kelli Ancarrow
Address: 5209 Center Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188
Website: www.wegnet.com
Telephone: (757) 220-6869
Fax: (757) 565-6497
Email: recruiting@wegnet.com


August 4, 2008 - Stream Specialist Angler Environmental, an ecological consulting and construction company located in Manassas, Virginia, is seeking a full time Stream Specialist.  Successful candidates will perform extensive field work, stream surveys, stream geomorphic assessments, and restoration monitoring.  This position will also work with multi-disciplinary teams to complete stream restoration design, construction plans, and construction oversight.

Candidates must have a B.S. or M.S. in environmental or biological systems engineering, geology, environmental science, geomorphology, aquatic ecology, or other related field.  Experience with Microstation, GIS, Rivermorph, HEC-RAS, and Rosgen/Natural Channel Design or other related training is preferred.

Please forward resume to: Ben Eib, Angler Environmental, 12811 Randolph Ridge Lane, Manassas, Virginia 20109, beib@anglerenvironmental.com


July 21, 2008 - Principal Engineer The principal engineer leads and directs development and design of significant stormwater management and ecological restoration projects including stormwater management systems, BMPs, roadway drainage, and stream restoration. Considerable experience with civil design, bid documents, and construction management required. Knowledge of natural methodologies for stream restoration and hydrology/hydraulics modeling will be a plus. Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to train and mentor junior staff and ability to manage staff in the production of multiple projects. Georgia PE or ability to obtain PE in the State of Georgia within 6 months of employment.  Job location: Atlanta, GA.

Please email resume to Vicki.Foster@ARCADIS-US.com

Vicki Foster, Recruiting Manager, Infrastructure Operations, ARCADIS, 2849 Paces Ferry Road, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30339.  Direct: 770-431-8666 x300.  Cell: 404-735-2933.  Fax: 770-435-2666.


July 15, 2008 - Environmental Scientist – Entry Level.  LandStudies Inc. is seeking an entry level Environmental Scientist in our Lititz, Pennsylvania office to assist in multidisciplinary work focusing on stream and wetlands restoration, water quality improvement, environmental planning, municipal water resource management, environmental credits assessment, stormwater management, and landscape design and installation. Field work may include environmental monitoring, surveying, environmental restoration construction, and landscape planting.  Office work may include data management, data analysis, and report writing. 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

A Bachelor’s degree is required in Biology, Environmental Science/Biology, Environmental or Urban Planning, Ecology, Natural Resources Management, or Environmental Engineering.  Computer skills required include MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  CADD or GIS experience a plus. Ability to work on multiple projects and in multiple disciplines a requirement.  Field work as well as office work is required.

Application: 

LandStudies provides a generous benefits package, including vacation/sick days, heath, dental, and vision insurance, holidays, 401(k), etc.  Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

 Deadline to submit resumes is July 31, 2008. Please submit a cover letter, resume (with at least three references), and a short writing sample to: 

LandStudies, Inc., Tia Shaeffer, 315 North Street,Lititz, PA  17543

Electronic submissions should be emailed to:  tia@landstudies.com


May 29, 2008 - Streamflow Restoration Program Manager.  Friends of the Teton River (FTR) is seeking a qualified individual to develop and direct a streamflow restoration program in the upper Teton Watershed.  FTR is a nonprofit organization that uses sound science and collaboration to work for clean water, healthy streams and abundant fisheries in the upper Teton Watershed, Idaho/Wyoming.  FTR seeks a dedicated individual to direct our nascent streamflow restoration program by working collaboratively with water right holders and other stakeholders to develop projects that protect and restore flows in Teton River tributary streams.  The Program Manager will work closely with the Executive Director and staff on program planning, project development, fund-raising, reporting and outreach/education. Required Qualifications:  Two to three years experience negotiating water right transactions or real estate transactions for conservation purposes and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups and to facilitate stakeholder groups to achieve on-the-ground project results; Basic understanding of hydrology, water law, irrigated agriculture, fish ecology and water management; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Solid working knowledge of Excel, Word and Power Point (GIS a plus); Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field.

Compensation:  Competitive salary, insurance, vacation and holidays and retirement based on experience.  How to apply: Submit a letter of interest, resume and three references to: Lyn Benjamin at lyn@tetonwater.org  or by mail PO Box 768, Driggs, ID 83455. Position is open until filled, interested individual are encouraged to submit an application as soon as possible.


May 22, 2008 - Water Resources Engineer/Environmental Scientist Coastal Resources, Inc., an ecological consulting firm located in Annapolis, MD, is seeking full-time junior level (0-3 years) water resources engineers/environmental scientists.  Successful candidates will perform extensive field work, data analyses, and reporting activities; and work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team to complete geomorphic assessments and designs for stream and wetland enhancement/restoration projects in urban and rural watersheds.

Candidates must have a B.S. or M.S. degree in civil or water resources engineering, geology, environmental science, or related field.  Coursework in hydrology, hydraulics, open channel flow, sediment transport, and/or fluvial geomorphology is preferred.  Experience with AutoCAD (LDD), GIS, HEC-RAS, TR-20, RiverMorph or GISHydro software is a plus.  Stream restoration short courses are helpful, but not necessary.  Position(s) could be filled at the junior level or entry-level depending on the candidate’s relevant experience and/or education.  Excellent opportunity for recent college graduates.

 Competitive benefits package.  Salary commensurate with qualifications & experience.  EEO.  Please send a cover letter and resume to:

 Pam Foster
25 Old Solomons Island Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
pamf@coastal-resources.net


May 5, 2008 - Water Resources Engineer Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc. (WEG) is accepting resumes for a Water Resources Engineer (B.S. minimum) to work with a team of design professionals in a progressive company with offices located in Williamsburg, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Herndon, Virginia. WEG provides support services for public and private sector clients in the areas of water resources, watershed management, environmental planning, stormwater management, stream restoration, and wetland mitigation. WEG also provides specialized environmental services in the areas of ecology, planning, regulatory support, and landscape architecture. WEG was founded in 1990 and has grown from two partners to a qualified staff of over 100 professional engineers, planners, landscape architects, and environmental scientists with specialized technical skills that are highly integrated.

This position is available in our Williamsburg or Richmond,VA office.

We are seeking engineers for opportunities ranging from entry level to mid level. The preferred candidate should have a minimum of a B.S. degree in Civil/ Environmental/Biological Systems or Agricultural Engineering, Surface Water Hydrology or other physical sciences with specialization in water resources engineering or planning. An emphasis in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stormwater management, water quality assessments, and water resources planning is preferred. Candidates should be highly motivated, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to work within a team environment, and possess a working knowledge of some or all of the following skills as they relate to the planning and design of water resources projects:

• Excellent technical writing and verbal communication skills
• Hydrologic and hydraulic analysis
• Watershed planning
• Low Impact Development and Design
• Floodplain studies
• Water quality assessments
• General knowledge of computer spreadsheets, database, and word processing applications
• Ability to work in a highly automated design office environment
• General knowledge of AutoCAD and hydrologic and hydraulic software (e.g., HEC-RAS, SWMM, and Pond Pack) preferred

WEG is experiencing a growing backlog of projects and provides services to a stable client base which includes a mix of work in both the public and private sector.  We offer competitive salary and benefits (including medical, dental, life, short- and long-term disability insurance, 401(k), vacation, holidays, personal leave, tuition reimbursement), challenging projects, and opportunities for growth in a team-oriented environment.

Please send resume along with salary requirements and references to the following address:

Company: Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc.
Contact: Kelli Ancarrow
Address: 5209 Center Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188
Telephone: (757) 220-6869
Fax: (757) 565-6497
E-mail: recruiting@wegnet.com

Please visit us on the web at www.wegnet.com. Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.


May 1, 2008 - Restoration EngineerWhitman Requardt and Associates LLP (WR&A), a well established Top 200 ENR firm, is looking for professionals to join its growing environmental group. WR&A provides a wide range of environmental services to clients in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. We currently are looking for professionals to fill the position of Restoration Engineer – Richmond, Virginia.

Position for an engineer with a minimum of 2 years experience assessing and designing stream restoration projects. B.S. in engineering or geomorphology required, M.S. desirable. EIT required, P.E. desirable. Work would include conducting stream assessments, wetland and stream restoration design and construction inspection. Experience using hydrology models, hydraulic models (HEC-RAS), and CADD for restoration projects required. Experience with construction inspection and fish passage highly desirable.

WR&A offers competitive salary and benefits package (including 401K) with excellent opportunity for professional growth and development. Please forward resume to:

Robert Siegfried
Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP
9030 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 220
Richmond Virginia 23235
E.O.E.
bsiegfried@wrallp.com


March 25, 2008 - Stream Restoration/Water Resources Staff/Project EngineerGeomatrix Consultants, a leading environmental science and engineering consulting firm, is seeking a Stream Restoration/Water Resources Staff/Project Engineer for its Houston TX office.

Job Requirements:
-B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in civil or agricultural engineering
-Engineering Intern Certification (formerly Engineer-in-Training)
-Watershed management with an emphasis on river engineering and stream restoration/mitigation
-Working knowledge of or aptitude to learn the ESRI GIS platform
-AutoDesk AutoCADD Civil 3D (and/or the MicroStation equivalent), HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, (SWMM experience a plus), and an interest in the understanding and application of life sciences/ecosystem management toward such engineering projects
-Coursework and research in watershed hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, open channel hydraulics, and sediment transport a plus
-Strong written and verbal communication skills with technical writing experience
-Valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record

Job Responsibilities:
-Candidate will work directly with a team of engineers specializing in stream restoration
-Representative projects include natural channel design for the restoration of degraded streams and watershed assessment/planning
-Field work including the collection of field geomorphological and ecological data

Geomatrix Consultants, an employee-owned firm, provides comprehensive consulting services in the areas of environmental engineering, air quality and toxicology, risk assessment, natural resources, geotechnical engineering, applied environmental and earth sciences, and chemical and process engineering, Headquartered in Oakland, California, Geomatrix has over 450 employees in its offices throughout North America. Geomatrix offers a stimulating and rewarding work environment and is dedicated to providing the highest quality consulting services to clients.

Please visit www.geomatrix.com and click on “Careers” to apply online.


March 11, 2008 - Water Resources/Engineering Professional AKRF, Inc., is a multidisciplinary consulting firm specializing in environmental, planning, and engineering services.  Founded in 1981, AKRF brings the talents of over 225 scientists, planners, engineers, cultural resource specialists, historians and other technical staff from six locations, including in New Jersey (Marlton), Maryland (Baltimore), Connecticut, and New York (New York City, White Plains, and Long Island), to handle a wide variety of projects for public agencies, private clients, and municipalities, and to deliver solutions to environmental problems with substantial, measurable value.

AKRF’s Marlton, New Jersey office is expanding, and is seeking a full-time Engineering or Water Resources Professional with 2-5 years of professional experience to perform numerous tasks, and support a variety of projects.  The ideal candidate will have experience with CAD and GIS applications and experience in one or more of the following fields:  civil or environmental engineering, stream restoration design, fluvial geomorphic analysis/assessment, open channel/floodplain modeling, watershed management, and stormwater BMP design. 

The successful candidate should be motivated and hard-working, have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be able to work well independently and as part of a team.

AKRF offers excellent benefits in a casual, friendly, but hard-working environment with great opportunities for individual growth, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For consideration for this position, please email your resume to careers@akrf.com.  Please include “Engineer Position - NJ” in the subject line.  We look forward to hearing from you.


February 27, 2008 - Stream Restoration Design Specialist McCormick Taylor, Inc., is seeking a stream restoration design specialist for their Richmond, VA, or Baltimore, MD, office.  The ideal candidate will have 2-6 years of experience in stream restoration design, fluvial geomorphology, sediment transport, and stream assessment. The position involves assisting and leading the design of moderate to small projects and serving as an essential team member for larger projects. The position requires knowledge of hydrologic and hydraulic analyses (GISHydro, TR-55, TR-20, HEC-RAS) as well as geomorphic assessment software such as RiverMorph. The ideal candidate must have strong writing, communication and, most importantly, critical thinking skills. Some travel in the Mid-Atlantic region likely. Rosgen or equivalent training is preferred. A bachelor’s degree is required; master’s is preferred. Experience working the Mid-Atlantic region (particularly Virginia or Maryland) is preferred. EOE/AA.

Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:

Carolyn Keeler
McCormick Taylor, Inc.
4951 Lake Brook Drive, Suite 275
Glen Allen, VA 23060
vastreamrest@mtmail.biz


February 22, 2008 - Water Resources Engineer/Scientist Eco-Tech Consultants (ETC) is seeking a water resources engineer/scientist with demonstrated experience in the natural channel design of streams and rivers. With a staff comprised entirely of biologists, environmental scientists, and planners, ETC takes pride in our specialization in the ecological services. We have completed a variety of projects across the eastern U.S., and, in each case, our goal is to provide ecologically-sound restoration services that accomplish the goals of long-term stability, biological integrity fulfillment, and public enjoyment. The successful candidate must be highly motivated, able to lead project teams, and have the appropriate skills to complete and/or oversee multiple phases of stream restoration and watershed assessment projects.  The position will be located near Louisville, KY.

Preferred Qualifications:
• The preferred candidate will at minimum have a B.S. (M.S. preferred) in geologic sciences, environmental/civil engineering, hydrology, or a related discipline
• Academic training/experience focusing on the assessment and restoration of aquatic systems.
• 5+ years of experience in river restoration & natural channel design, geomorphic assessment, hydraulic modeling and/or sediment transport analysis
• The preferred candidate will have secondary skills in one or more related fields, including but not limited to aquatic ecology, wetland delineation, permitting, and NEPA documentation.

Email cover letter and resume to:

Lee Droppelman
Eco-Tech Consultants, Inc.
ldroppelman@ecotechinc.com
Ph. 812-280-2200


February 13, 2008 - Stream Restoration Specialist The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter, seeks a stream restoration specialist for their Richmond, VA, office.  Essential Functions: Directs and coordinates stream restoration projects and assists in wetland restoration projects of the Virginia Aquatic Resources Trust Fund (Trust Fund). The Trust Fund is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy in Virginia (TNC) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) that provides a form of compensatory mitigation through preservation, restoration, creation or enhancement of wetlands, streams, buffers, or other aquatic resources in Virginia. The Stream Restoration Specialist works collaboratively with the Wetland Restoration Specialist, Land Protection and Stewardship staff from TNC, staff from the Corps, and other organizations and individuals as needed in carrying out duties. Primary responsibilities include determining feasibility of stream restoration and enhancement at project sites, preparing proposals for funding from the Trust Fund, developing and implementing comprehensive mitigation plans, developing scopes of work for requests for proposals for projects, and managing contracts. This position is responsible for Trust Fund program operations and management of Trust Fund budget. May supervise other staff and will provide technical support to protection staff in identifying and assessing potential stream restoration, enhancement and preservation sites that are appropriate as Trust Fund projects and are consistent with the mission of TNC. This position is funded through May 2009 with the possibility of funding beyond that date.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS:
• Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, civil or environmental engineering, stream ecology, hydrology, biology, or related natural resource field and 3 to 5 years related experience, or equivalent combination. Advanced degree or extensive stream restoration experience is preferred.
• Knowledge of current trends and issues in wetland and stream regulation, wetland and stream science and particularly restoration. Ability to identify and delineate jurisdictional wetlands per the 1987 Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual.
• Experience with Federal, State, and local regulations, permits, and policies for stream and wetland mitigation.
• Experience in preparing scopes of work for wetland and stream restoration, enhancement, or creation projects.
• Experience with contract preparation, contractor oversight, and contract and budget management.
• Successful experience in developing, directing and managing multiple projects, including ability to create and follow timelines and deliver products and results in a timely fashion.
• Demonstrated experience in accomplishing tasks in an orderly, organized manner and keeping organized files and records.
• Demonstrated understanding of key ecological processes influencing wetland and stream ecosystems in Virginia.
• Demonstrated experience in MS Word, MS Excel, ArcGIS, Web browsers, etc. Requires database management skills and ability to use advanced computer functions.
• Proficiency in developing and implementing monitoring protocols to evaluate compensatory mitigation project performance.
• Demonstrated proficiency in analyzing, interpreting and synthesizing a variety of data, including aerial photography, soil surveys, topographic maps, and GIS products. Experience in developing technical reports.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate with the public and/or media both in writing and verbally.
• Ability to perform physically strenuous work.

COMPLEXITY/PROBLEM SOLVING:
• Work is diversified and may not fall under established practices and guidelines.
• Resolve complex issues, often independently.
• Work with contractors and regulatory agencies to determine the appropriate activities for a site.
• Manage, implement, and direct multiple projects, setting deadlines and ensuring program accountability.

DISCRETION/LATITUDE/DECISION-MAKING:
• Make sound decisions based on analysis and experience.
• Good judgment, initiative, flexibility, mature and friendly manner. Sense of humor a good idea. Willingness to abide by terms of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Corps and TNC.
• Opportunity to act independently within broad program goals, frequently with minimal supervision.

RESPONSIBILITY/OVERSIGHT –FINANCIAL & SUPERVISORY:
• Coordinate the work of others, including TNC and Corps staff, contractors, consultants, agencies, organizations, and others in carrying out duties of position.
• Oversee and coordinate all aspects of stream mitigation feasibility studies, including developing scope of services, assessing cost requirements, selecting appropriate consultant or entity to conduct studies, and preparing and administering contracts.
• Develop, or oversee the development, of comprehensive stream mitigation plans for project sites. Plans will include hydrology assessments, channel morphology, site design, earthwork requirements, vegetation plantings, data collection and monitoring protocols for vegetation and hydrology, budgeting, total project costs, project timeline, and long term management of sites.
• Prepare scopes of work for requests for proposal and prepare contracts to complete stream restoration and enhancement projects.
• Oversee, coordinate, and manage all aspects of implementing plans and contracts. This includes selecting and overseeing the appropriate consultants, contractors, or others to perform earthwork, vegetation planting, and other plan components.
• Financial responsibility includes obtaining and tracking funding approvals from the Corps, developing project budgets, and tracking expenses.
• Will need to gain cooperation from individuals and groups over whom there is no direct authority in order to accomplish goals.
• Possible supervision of other staff in selection, design and implementation of restoration and enhancement projects.
• Recruit and supervise volunteers and interns.

COMMUNICATIONS/INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:
• Work closely and effectively with contractors, and environmental consultants when appropriate, on all aspects of stream restoration projects.
• Work in partnership with other organizations and individuals, including conservation groups, federal and state agencies, landowners, volunteers, and others in a collaborative or advisory role.
• Communication and presentation skills, both written and oral. Ability to persuasively convey the mission of TNC and the Trust Fund to partners, landowners, prospective supporters, the public, and others.
• Prepare and present project proposals.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL EFFORT:
• Frequent travel around the state, sometimes with short notice. Adverse working conditions in remote locations, long hours and possible weekend work. Must have valid driver’s license, safe driving record (per TNC’s Auto Safety Program), and provide own transportation and personal automobile insurance.
• Capacity to handle complex tasks under pressure and under stringent time constraints.
• Work may require physical exertion and/or physical strain to the point of physical fatigue. Ability to tolerate heat, cold, rain, and insects in field conditions. Work environment involves long hours in isolated settings, exposure to job hazards, and the possibility of injury.

CONTACT:
Send résumé and letter of interest stating salary requirement by February 29, 2008 to (no telephone calls, please):

Stream Restoration Specialist
The Nature Conservancy
Virginia Chapter
490 Westfield Road
Charlottesville, VA 22901
hriden@tnc.org (Please include “Stream Restoration Specialist” in subject line.)

The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer


February 11, 2008 - Fluvial Geomorphologist/Water Resources Engineer .  Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc is seeking an environmentally passionate and experienced Fluvial Geomorphologist/Water Resources Engineer who is interested in integrating ecology and design on a variety of public, private, and institutional projects.  The scope and scale of projects varies from regional water resource planning to local ecological restoration design. The candidate must have strong technical knowledge and practical experience in watershed management and natural channel design.

Preferred Qualifications:

Email, mail or fax cover letter and resume to: Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc. c/o Susan Nelson 651 Hale Avenue North Oakdale, MN 55128. Phone: 651-770-8448. Fax: 651-770-2552.  Email: snelson@eorinc.com

Closing Date:  March 31, 2008. EOR is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.


January 30, 2008 - Environmental Scientist.   Environmental Services & Consulting (ES&C), an industry leader in the Roanoke region and New River Valley, is seeking highly qualified individuals for a full-time position in their Christiansburg, Virginia office.

Primary Job Duties/Responsibilities: The individual selected for this position will likely perform wetland delineations and stream assessments, will prepare Section 404/401 permit applications, will write technical environmental reports, will assist in stream and wetland restoration projects, and will conduct mitigation monitoring activities associated with land development. Fieldwork and strenuous outdoor work activities will likely be required. The selected individual should have knowledge and experience in the fields of botany, ecology, water quality, fluvial geomorphology, soil science, geography, and geology.

Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Ecology, Biology, Geography, Botany, Geology, or similar field of study required. Master's degree preferred. Certification (or the ability to become certified) as a Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) or Virginia Certified Professional Wetland Delineator (CPWD) is preferred. Training in natural channel design (Rosgen, N.C Stream Restoration Institute, or equivalent) and wetland restoration techniques preferred.

Experience Requirements: The candidate should have a good understanding of ecology, plant identification, water quality, and Section 404/401 Clean Water Act (CWA) regulations/permitting. Additional experience in stormwater management and/or erosion and sediment control (ESC) is desirable. Candidates should be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office software applications such as Outlook, Word, and Excel. AutoCAD and/or Geographic Information System (GIS) experience is preferred. Candidates with 3-5 years of experience are preferred. Postgraduate education may count towards work experience.

Additional Considerations: The candidate should be well-organized, should have the ability to collect and compile technical information and data, and should have strong technical writing skills. Additionally, the candidate should have good inter-personal skills, a strong work ethic, and a professional demeanor. The candidate must also have good performance records, regarding attendance, productivity, and work quality. The candidate should have a valid driver’s license.

Salary & Benefits: Salary commensurate with abilities and experience. ES&C offers a competitive benefits package including; medical (Anthem KeyCare 25) with maternity, well-baby, and birth control prescription coverage, Premier 12/12 vision rider, Anthem dental insurance, and VHBA Value Added Benefits, paid holidays, up to three weeks vacation, paid personal/sick time, paid continuing education, flexible scheduling and telecommuting, and paid professional registration fees/memberships.

Application Process: To apply, email your resume, references, and salary requirements to jobs@es-and-c.com. Interviews should begin February 18, 2008 and will continue until the position is filled.  ES&C is an EOE.


January 22, 2008 - Watershed Council Coordinator. The Lower Rogue Watershed Council (LRWC) has an immediate opening for a Council Coordinator.  The LRWC is a state and county recognized council representing the interests of local, state, federal, and tribal interest groups and local citizens dealing with watershed issues.  The Council is located on the Oregon Coast near the California border and is associated with the Curry County SWCD, and the Rogue Basin and South Coast Coordinating Councils.  Curry SWCD is the employer of record for the LRWC and is an at-will employer.

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:

Required Knowledge and Abilities:

Working Conditions:
The work is performed in an office setting and in the field.  Requires attendance at some evening meetings.  Requires personal vehicle for travel around the county; mileage is reimbursed at prevailing rates. 

Salary:
This position is classified salaried exempt.  Annual gross salary is $41,600-$45,760 depending on experience.  The salary may be supplemented at a higher rate with additional grants secured.  Benefits are limited to accrued paid time off.   

Applications:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, 2 references, and a grant or technical document they have written (if not possible please explain why in the cover letter).  In addition, provide answers to the following questions (limit 1 page per question):

1)     Provide examples of watershed restoration projects that you have been involved in and your role in each project.

2)     Describe experience you have had leading and/or coordinating activities for a group.

Applications must be received by close of business February 15, 2008.  Applications may be mailed to Lower Rogue Watershed Council, P.O.B. 666, Gold Beach, OR 97444.  For further information call (541) 247-2755. 


January 15, 2008 - Ecological Restoration Engineer KCI Technologies, Inc., an ENR Top 100 employee-owned firm, is expanding its Natural Resource Management team and we are seeking a self-motivated Ecological Restoration Engineer desiring substantial growth opportunities and the ability to apply "leading edge" technology to environmental projects. Successful applicant must be willing to participate as both a team member and team leader as necessary to fulfill work assignments.

Applicant should have a minimum of five (5) years professional experience in ecological assessment, stream and wetland restoration design, and H&H evaluations. Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design preferred. Candidate must have strong communication (specifications/reports), organization and project management skills.

BS in Natural Resources, Engineering or a closely related field with an emphasis in hydrology/hydraulics required. Masters degree preferred. PE/EIT certification preferred. Some travel required.

KCI Technologies, Inc. offers excellent benefits and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.kci.com.  Refer to Requisition number 08-0109-013

EOE/M/F/D/V


January 14, 2008 -Restoration Ecologist.  Canaan Valley Institute, a nonprofit, non-advocacy environmental organization, invites applicants for the position of Restoration Ecologist, based in Thomas, West Virginia.

The Restoration Ecologist will participate in landscape/stream/wetland restoration and conservation, and lead the Institute's research projects, serving as the Research and Development Manager. This position will be responsible for seeking research related grants and continuing established collaborations and partnerships as well as seeking new opportunities. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in ecological restoration, restoration economics, statistical analyses and software, GIS and remote sensing, water quality assessment, and integrated system analyses.

Qualified candidates should hold a PhD in an ecological field with a record of peer-reviewed research projects and have a proven track record of providing leadership and oversight to a multidisciplinary team consisting of environmental scientists, biologists, landscape planners, and remote sensing professionals.

Demonstrated experience in project/proposal development (i.e., proposal preparation and presentation), project and task management (emphasis on natural resources and/or biological resources), team leadership, and human resource management (i.e., lead, direct, motivate, and train) are essential.

This position requires frequent travel throughout the Mid-Atlantic Highlands, therefore candidates should possess or be able to obtain a valid driver's license and be insurable. Additionally, this position requires field work, sometimes in varying weather conditions, and the ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.

Interested applicants should apply to:

Restoration Ecologist
Canaan Valley Institute
#1 Creative Place
NorthGate Business Park
Charleston, WV 25311

Or electronically to personnel@canaanvi.org

Canaan Valley Institute is an equal opportunity employer.


January 4, 2008 - Stream Restoration Design/SpecialistMcCormick Taylor, Inc. is accepting resumes for a Stream Restoration Design Specialist/Scientist in our Richmond, VA and Baltimore, MD offices. The ideal candidate will have 2-6 years of experience in stream restoration design, fluvial geomorphology, sediment transport, and stream assessment. The position involves assisting and leading the design of moderate to small projects and serving as an essential team member for larger projects. The position requires knowledge of hydrologic and hydraulic analyses (GISHydro, TR-55, TR-20, HEC-RAS) as well as geomorphic assessment software such as RiverMorph. The ideal candidate must have strong writing, communication and, most importantly, critical thinking skills. Some travel in the Mid-Atlantic region likely. Rosgen or equivalent training is preferred. A bachelor’s degree is required; master’s is preferred. Experience working the Mid-Atlantic region (particularly Virginia or Maryland) is preferred. EOE/AA.

Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
Carolyn Keeler
McCormick Taylor, Inc.
4951 Lake Brook Drive, Suite 275
Glen Allen, VA 23060
vastreamrest@mtmail.biz


December 11, 2007 - Stream Restoration Project Manager Tidewater Environmental Services has an immediate opportunity in Columbia, South Carolina for an experienced Stream Restoration Project Manager. The successful candidate will be tasked with complete project management of company stream restoration projects for government and private clients. Applicants are expected to have the knowledge, skills, and abilities for comprehensive field assessment, complete natural channel design, and implementation of stream restoration projects. Candidates with experience in wetland delineation, 404/401 permitting, protected species surveys, natural resources assessments, NEPA documentation, forestry, and GIS/GPS skills, may be given preference. We offer competitive compensation packages which include health and retirement plans and vacation accrual. Send resumes and salary requirements to john@tidewaterenvironmental.com.


December 10, 2007 - Streamside Assistance Program Coordinator.  The Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (GCSWCD) is seeking enthusiastic, self-motivated and professional candidates for a one (1) new position responsible for the development and implementation of a new Streamside Assistance Program (SAP) focused on protecting, enhancing and restoring streamside buffers in the New York City watershed. The GCSWCD and New York City Department of Environmental Protection are utilizing geomorphic based stream stability assessments and restoration methods to protect water quality in the NYC upstate water supply. The program is working at a watershed scale on stream management planning, and the implementation of stream protection and restoration projects utilizing natural channel design concepts. The SAP Coordinator will be responsible for developing an enhanced program focused on riparian buffers. The SAP is a collaborative effort initiated by the NYC DEP and developed in cooperation with the NYC-West-of-Hudson Riparian Buffer Committee to provide support to private landowners in need of riparian enhancements in the New York City watershed.

This position will be filled on a Provisional basis. Permanent position placement will be dependent on applicant qualifications and meeting all requirements for Civil service appointment. The SAP Coordinator will work in a multi-discipline team to protect, enhance and restore riparian buffers along streams and waterways in the northeast Catskill Mountains region.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
* Review and summarize existing watershed conditions in order to develop a comprehensive stream management program.
* Incorporate stream and ecological assessments, GIS and GPS based information, and general water quality "Best Management Practices" (BMP) into the overall stream management plan.
* Perform field work, including but not limited to, stream inventory and data collection, assessment of geomorphic stability and ecological health of streams, vegetation monitoring, Japanese knotweed monitoring and experimental treatment projects, and re-vegetation of streamside buffers.
* Use surveying equipment for field collection of geomorphic stream data.
* Organize and convert field collected data into usable format and for archival and/or reporting.
* Write and edit reports and assist in the preparation of presentations, permit applications, and grant proposals.
* Provide technical assistance to landowners and units of local government in planning, designing, and maintaining BMP on public and private lands.
* Conduct a public information program including the preparation of workshops, announcements, brochures, maps, power point slides and presentations, newsletter and articles, and press releases related to stream and riparian buffer management programs.
* Develop and implement educational and outreach programs regarding stream management programs.
* Develop and maintain stream management program website.
* Ability to undertake moderate labor such as lifting and planting trees/shrubs which may weight as much as 75 pounds.
* Understanding in the principals of native plant restoration with preference to experience with native plant communities of the Catskill mountains.
* Ability to coordinate and supervise volunteer work teams in the planting of riparian buffers or the management of invasive species.

Closing Date: January 26, 2008.  For more details on minimum qualifications, salary, benefits, application requirements and contact information for questions or inquiries, please see http://www.EcoEmploy.com/jobs/soil.html.  Questions or inquiries can be directed to the following. E-mail is preferred as the first method of contact and may result in quicker response.

René VanSchaack
Executive Director
518-622-3620
rene@gcswcd.com

OR

Dave Burns
NYCDEP Stream Management program
845-340-7628
dburns@dep.nyc.gov


November 26, 2007 - Riparian Buffer Specialist Intern.  The Student Conservation Association intern will assist the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Hudson River Estuary Program and partnering organizations with a number of watershed education priorities, including a riparian buffer initiative (“Trees for Tribs”) and a volunteer river herring monitoring program. The riparian buffer initiative will require educating community groups, municipalities, and property owners to identify and implement riparian buffer restoration projects. Intern will be responsible for development & maintenance of a small native plant materials center, assist in the development of educational outreach materials, and planting projects. Addition outreach responsibilities could include developing a volunteer herring monitoring program for Hudson River tributaries including aspects of dam removal and stormwater management. Participate in all SCA Corps-wide trainings and service projects, as well as project evaluation and reporting (15%).

Contact Info:
Kevin Grieser
Riparian Buffer Coordinator
NYSDEC - Hudson River Estuary Program
21 S. Putt Corners Rd.
New Paltz, NY 12561-1620
(845) 256-3145 phone
(845) 255-3649 fax
kagriese@gw.dec.state.ny.us


November 6, 2007 - Stream Restorationist/Fisheries Specialist.  O'Brien & Gere is looking for a stream restoration/fisheries specialist.  Position location: Atlanta, GA. Requirements: a Master's or Bachelor's degree in Ecology, Biology, Zoology, Conservation Biology, Wildlife Management or related natural resource field and proven knowledge of Federal and State legislation, policies and procedures relation to Clean Water Act or Endnagered Species compliance.  Stream restoration design experience is a must.  Knowledge of and experience with Section 404 permitting, NEPA documentation and environmental impact analysis is required.  Knowledge of southeastern U.S. ecosystems is also required.  Candidate should have either strong field botany or aquatic fauna (fish and mussel) identification skills.  Candidate must have the ability to conduct fieldwork, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills.  A minimum of 3-8 years experience is required.  If interested, please contact Mark Ray at rayma@obg.com or phone 678-378-7561.


November 2, 2007 - Stream Restoration Designer.  Whitman Requardt and Associates LLP (WR&A) is looking for professionals to join its growing environmental group. WR&A provides a wide range of environmental services to clients in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. We currently are looking for a professional to fill the position of Stream Restoration Designer.  Position location: Richmond, VA.  Requirements: a minimum of 2 years experience assessing and designing stream restoration sites. Engineering degree and EIT highly desirable. Working knowledge of hydrology models, hydraulic models (HEC-RAS), and Microstation required. Construction inspection experience desirable.  WR&A offers competitive salary and benefits package (including 401K) with excellent opportunity for professional growth and development. Please forward resume to:

Robert Siegfried
Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP
9030 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 220
Richmond Virginia 23235
bsiegfried@wrallp.com


October 31, 2007 - Hydraulic/Water Resource Engineer.  Wolf Creek Engineering is currently seeking to hire a Hydraulic Engineer with experience in stream restoration design.  The candidate should be a licensed PE with 5-10 years of experience and have a BS in Civil or Environmental Engineering.  Project management and design experience in stream restoration projects is essential.  Experience in site assessment, reference reach analysis, construction inspection, permitting, and CADD are all desirable.

Wolf Creek Engineering, pllc
30 Ben Lippen School Road, Suite 203
Asheville, North Carolina  28806
Email: gginn@wolfcreekeng.com


October 31, 2007 - Project Engineer.  Wolf Creek Engineering is currently seeking a highly motivated entry level engineer with an interest in the hydraulic/stream restoration field.  The candidate should have a BS in Civil or Environmental Engineering and have EIT certification.  Experience in CADD and hydraulic modeling is desirable but not necessary.  This position would enable the candidate to be involved in all phases of the design and construction process of stream restoration projects.  Wolf Creek Engineering is a growing team of professionals dedicated to producing quality restoration projects.  We offer competitive salaries and benefits with a performance oriented bonus program.  Wolf Creek Engineering is committed to the growth and development of our staff both personally and professionally.  Please send resume with cover letter to the following address:

Wolf Creek Engineering, pllc
30 Ben Lippen School Road, Suite 203
Asheville, North Carolina  28806
Email: gginn@wolfcreekeng.com


September 3, 2007 - Principal Engineer.  Leads and directs development and design of significant stormwater management and ecological restoration projects including stream restoration, stormwater management BMPs, and bridge hydraulic studies. Considerable experience with stream restoration methodologies including Rosgen, HEC modeling for stream and flood studies, and general civil engineering related to stormwater management projects desired. Demonstrated leadership skills with capability to organize and supervise a staff of 8-10 people in the production of multiple projects. Georgia PE or ability to obtain PE in the State of Georgia within 6 months of employment.

*Minimum years of experience: 10
*Education/Registrations required: Bachelors in Civil or Environmental Engineering/PE
*Education/Registrations preferred: Masters

ARCADIS US, Inc. offers excellent benefits and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should apply online at www.arcadis-us.com/careers. Position Location: Atlanta, GA. Requisition number 00004735.


August 28, 2007 - Wetlands and Stream Restoration Specialist.  Directs and coordinates wetland restoration projects and assists in stream restoration projects of the Virginia Aquatic Resources Trust Fund (Trust Fund). The Trust Fund is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy in Virginia (TNC) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) that provides a form of compensatory mitigation through preservation, restoration, creation or enhancement of wetlands, streams, buffers, or other aquatic resources in Virginia. The Wetlands and Stream Restoration Specialist works collaboratively with the Stream Restoration Specialist, Land Protection and Stewardship staff from TNC, staff from the Corps, and other organizations and individuals as needed in carrying out duties. Primary responsibilities include determining feasibility of wetland and stream restoration and enhancement at project sites, preparing proposals for funding from the Trust Fund, developing and implementing comprehensive mitigation plans, developing scopes of work for requests for proposals for projects, and managing contracts. This position is responsible for Trust Fund program operations and management of Trust Fund budget. May supervise other staff and will provide technical support to protection staff in identifying and assessing potential wetland restoration, enhancement and preservation sites that are appropriate as Trust Fund projects and are consistent with the mission of TNC. This position is funded through May 2009 with the possibility of funding beyond that date.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS:
• Bachelor’s degree in soil science, hydrology, botany, or related natural resource field and 3 to 5 years related experience, or equivalent combination. Advanced degree or extensive wetland restoration experience is preferred.
• Knowledge of current trends and issues in wetland and stream regulation, wetland and stream science and particularly restoration. Ability to identify and delineate jurisdictional wetlands per the 1987 Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual.
• Experience with Federal, State, and local regulations, permits, and policies for stream and wetland mitigation.
• Experience in preparing scopes of work for wetland and stream restoration, enhancement, or creation projects.
• Experience with contract preparation, contractor oversight, and contract and budget management.
• Successful experience in developing, directing and managing multiple projects, including ability to create and follow timelines and deliver products and results in a timely fashion.
• Demonstrated experience in accomplishing tasks in an orderly, organized manner and keeping organized files and records.
• Demonstrated understanding of key ecological processes influencing wetland and stream ecosystems in Virginia.
• Demonstrated experience in MS Word, MS Excel, ArcView, Web browsers, etc. Requires database management skills and ability to use advanced computer functions.
• Proficiency in developing and implementing monitoring protocols to evaluate compensatory mitigation project performance.
• Demonstrated proficiency in analyzing, interpreting and synthesizing a variety of data, including aerial photography, soil surveys, topographic maps, and GIS products. Experience in developing technical reports.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate with the public and/or media both in writing and verbally.
• Ability to perform physically strenuous work.

COMPLEXITY/PROBLEM SOLVING:
• Work is diversified and may not fall under established practices and guidelines.
• Resolve complex issues, often independently.
• Work with contractors and regulatory agencies to determine the appropriate activities for a site.
• Manage, implement, and direct multiple projects, setting deadlines and ensuring program accountability.

DISCRETION/LATITUDE/DECISION-MAKING:
• Make sound decisions based on analysis and experience.
• Good judgment, initiative, flexibility, mature and friendly manner. Sense of humor a good idea. Willingness to abide by terms of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Corps and TNC.
• Opportunity to act independently within broad program goals, frequently with minimal supervision.

RESPONSIBILITY/OVERSIGHT –FINANCIAL & SUPERVISORY:
• Coordinate the work of others, including TNC and Corps staff, contractors, consultants, agencies, organizations, and others in carrying out duties of position.
• Oversee and coordinate all aspects of wetland mitigation feasibility studies, including developing scope of services, assessing cost requirements, selecting appropriate consultant or entity to conduct studies, and preparing and administering contracts.
• Develop, or oversee the development, of comprehensive wetland mitigation plans for project sites. Plans will include hydrology assessments, site design, earthwork requirements, vegetation plantings, data collection and monitoring protocols for vegetation and hydrology, budgeting, total project costs, project timeline, and long term management of sites.
• Prepare scopes of work for requests for proposal and prepare contracts to complete wetland creation, wetland and stream restoration, and enhancement projects.
• Oversee, coordinate, and manage all aspects of implementing plans and contracts. This includes selecting and overseeing the appropriate consultants, contractors, or others to perform earthwork, vegetation planting, and other plan components.
• Financial responsibility includes obtaining and tracking funding approvals from the Corps, developing project budgets, and tracking expenses.
• Will need to gain cooperation from individuals and groups over whom there is no direct authority in order to accomplish goals.
• Possible supervision of other staff in selection, design and implementation of restoration and enhancement projects.
• Recruit and supervise volunteers and interns.

COMMUNICATIONS/INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:
• Work closely and effectively with contractors, and wetland consultants when appropriate, on all aspects of wetland and stream restoration projects.
• Work in partnership with other organizations and individuals, including conservation groups, federal and state agencies, landowners, volunteers, and others in a collaborative or advisory role.
• Communication and presentation skills, both written and oral. Ability to persuasively convey the mission of TNC and the Trust Fund to partners, landowners, prospective supporters, the public, and others.
• Prepare and present project proposals.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL EFFORT:
• Frequent travel around the state, sometimes with short notice. Adverse working conditions in remote locations, long hours and possible weekend work. Must have valid driver’s license and provide own transportation and personal automobile insurance.
• Capacity to handle complex tasks under pressure and under stringent time constraints.
• Work will require physical exertion and/or physical strain to the point of physical fatigue. Ability to tolerate heat, cold, rain, and insects in field conditions. Work environment involves long hours in isolated settings, exposure to job hazards, and the possibility of injury.

CONTACT:
Send résumé and letter of interest stating salary requirement by September 21, 2007 to (no telephone calls, please):
Wetlands Restoration Specialist
The Nature Conservancy
Virginia Chapter
490 Westfield Road
Charlottesville, VA 22901
hriden@tnc.org (Include “Wetlands and Stream Restoration Specialist” in subject line.)


August 24, 2007 - Restoration Designer.  We are seeking an entry-level wetland and riparian restoration and mitigation designer and drafter to work with our team of scientists, landscape designers and engineers. This position will support the development of grading plans, planting plans, construction details, cost estimate research and specifications. Duties may also include occasional field work and technical writing typical of an environmental consulting office.  Location: Bellevue, WA.

Requirements: B.A. in landscape architecture, ecology, restoration, or any of the biological sciences, and 0-2 years experience is preferred. Proficiency in AutoCAD, preferably Civil3d. and Microsoft Office required. Must have knowledge of drawing setup standards and drafting conventions, construction document preparation, good organization and time management skills, and be conscientious and detail oriented. Solid communication skills and ability to work successfully as a team player required. Proficiency in GIS and hand graphics is desirable. Coursework or background in ecology, restoration, or any of the biological sciences preferred.

To submit your resume, email to jobs@jsanet.com. Include your name and "PNWR-07-43" in the email subject line.


August 14, 2007 - Environmental Biologist Specialist/Grade 14.  Position with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Division of Fisheries, Frankfort, Kentucky.  Full-time position dependent on source funding.  Responsibilities:   Develops stream restoration projects statewide under the in-lieu fee mitigation program (http://fw.ky.gov/streamandwetlandrestoration.asp).  Oversees restoration development, design, and monitoring of projects.  Qualifications: B.S. degree in biological, environmental, or natural science with a minimum of 30 credit hours in biological sciences plus one year of experience (graduate work substitutes for experience on a year-for-year basis).  See http://personnel.ky.gov/employment/classpec/e-cs.htm for qualification requirements (reference Title Code 3061).  Salary Range:  $2,842.62-$3,765.78/month.  The closing date is August 17, 2007.  An online application can be obtained at http://personnel.ky.gov/employment/onlineap.htm

Contact:  Send official college transcripts and a completed/signed application to Mike Hardin, KDFWR, #1 Game Farm Road, Frankfort KY 40601.  Additional information can be obtained by contacting Mike Hardin at 502-564-7109 ext. 365 or by email to Mike.Hardin@ky.gov


July 6, 2007 - Stream Restoration Designer/Specialist.  Ecological Solutions, Inc., headquartered in Roswell, Georgia, has an immediate opening for a stream restoration designer/specialist.  The preferred office location is Roswell, Georgia; however, other locations will be considered for well-qualified applicants.  The selected applicant will have the opportunity to work with a team of scientists, engineers, and other professionals to develop and prepare designs for a variety of stream and wetland restoration projects.  Responsibilities include data gathering, concept development, design preparation, and construction oversight.  Project opportunities include developing designs for mitigation banks, stand alone restoration projects, storm water management, etc.

Qualifications should include B.S. or M.S. in hydrology or other related environmental fields with a preference for a P.E. in environmental engineering.  Relevant experience should include working knowledge of GIS ArcView, use of standard survey equipment, AutoCAD software packages, hydraulic models, and other design software.  Completion of Rosgen or similar stream restoration courses preferred.

Ecological Solutions offers a full benefits package, an excellent work environment, competitive salary, and the opportunity to work with a growing leader in the environmental field.  Qualified applicants should send resumes to: Ecological Solutions, Inc., 630 Colonial Park Drive, Suite 200, Roswell, Georgia 30075, Fax 770-998-5606, Email: resume@ecologicalsolutions.net


July 5, 2007 - Stream Restoration/Water Resource Engineer Are you committed to an ecologically sustainable future?  Biohabitats is seeking an environmentally passionate and experienced Stream Restoration Designer / Water Resource Engineer to join our Great Lakes Bioregion team (located in Cleveland, OH) who is sincerely interested in integrating ecology and design on a variety of public, private, and institution projects throughout North America.  The scale of projects varies from regional watershed management planning to the development of ecological restoration design.   We are looking for an individual with strong technical knowledge and practical experience in watershed management and natural channel design.

 Primary Responsibilities will include:

Conducting watershed level inventories and assessments
Assessing ecological processes
Applying natural channel design principles to resolution site-specific challenges
Formulating protection and restoration initiatives

 Candidates must have the following qualifications:

 If you really want to make a difference then we want you!  Click on Careers at Biohabitats and follow the instructions.


June 26, 2007 - Stream Stewardship Intern.  The Student Conservation Association intern will assist the GCSWCD and NYCDEP with the development and implementation of education and outreach programs to inform watershed stakeholders regarding stream management issues. In addition, the intern will assist the GCSWCD and NYCDEP in development and implementation of a streamside riparian program, collection of geomorphic stream data, and work in cooperation with the GCSWCD, NYCDEP, local municipalities and other watershed stakeholders to implement stream corridor protection and restoration recommendations as identified in detailed stream management plans developed for watersheds in the Catskills.

Agency/Program Description: The GCSWCD and NYCDEP are utilizing geomorphic based stream stability assessments and restoration methods to protect water quality in the NYC upstate water supply. The program is working on watershed scale stream management planning, and the implementation of stream protection and restoration projects utilizing natural channel design concepts. The host site is located in the northeast Catskill Mountains, primarily in the Schoharie and Esopus watersheds.

Major: Environmental Science/Engineering, Watershed Management, Environmental Education, Geology, Hydrology, Botany, Wildlife Management or related field.  Degree required: BA/BS/MS.  Fields of interest: AutoCAD, Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Science, Watershed Management

Other information/requirements: Member must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, including effective writing and education program implementation. The member should also be capable of performing physical activities related to management of plant materials and field data collection. Personal transportation required though the GCSWCD typically provides transportation to work sites.

Contact: Rene’ VanSchaack, Executive Director, Phone: 518-622-3620, Email: rene@gcswcd.com, Fax: 518-622-0344, Address: 907 Cty. Office Bldg., Cairo, NY, 12413

Salary: Student Conservation Association living allowance ($160/wk), commuting allowance ($30/wk), rent stipend ($400/month) and AmeriCorps education award ($4750 end of term), Work Hrs: Monday through Friday, 40 hours.  How to apply: Send, email, fax resume and cover letter


May 9, 2007 - Project Director Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI) is seeking a Project Director (PD) to manage their stream restoration program. A PE and 10 yrs. experience is required. Rosgen Level IV is desired but not required. The PD will be required to manage a team, project schedules and budgets; to interact with clients and to assist in marketing/sales efforts.

The Annapolis Junction, Maryland office of Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI) currently has over a two-year backlog of stream restoration and related water resources work and is seeking candidates to work in a team environment to prepare assessments and designs for stream restoration projects. Candidates should possess strong verbal and written communication skills, an understanding of water resource permitting requirements, the ability to perform field work and the skill to prepare Construction Contract documents to support stream restoration concepts and designs.

Candidates need a through understanding of fluvial geomorphology principles, sediment transport, H/H modeling and bioengineering techniques. To apply, send resume & cover letter to: Greenman-Pedersen, Inc., Attn: Linda Kelbaugh, 10977 Guilford Road, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701. Phone:(301) 470-2772. Fax:(301) 490-2649. E-mail: lkelbaugh@gpinet.com


April 5, 2007 - Stream Restoration Scientist Malcolm Pirnie is seeking a Project Scientist in our Columbus, Ohio office to work with an existing team focused on stream restoration projects. The ideal candidate will have experience in stream restoration design projects and construction oversight of stream restoration projects. This position requires experience in Section 401 Permitting (Water Quality), Section 404 (Wetlands Permitting), and Section 10 Permitting, Threatened and Endangered Species surveys, ecological assessments, wetland restoration/mitigation, and stream restoration design/construction. This position will be responsible for projects ranging from environmental compliance and permitting tasks to stream restoration design and construction oversight. This position will work with an established team on projects/proposals and will work with clients. The ideal candidate will have good communication skills and technical writing skills. Must have proven experience in wetlands work. Previous experience a plus. A minimum of a BS degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Biology, Environmental Science, Ecology, or a related field and five years of environmental consulting experience required and previous project management experience a plus. Experience in stream restoration and construction oversight required. MS in Environmental Science, Ecology, or related field preferred. For immediate consideration, please email cover letter, salary history, and resume to lwilliams@pirnie.com or apply online at http://www.pirnie.com.


March 5, 2007 - Stream Restoration Engineer KCI Technologies, Inc., an ENR Top 100 employee-owned firm, is expanding its Natural Resource Management team and we are seeking a self-motivated Stream Restoration Engineer desiring substantial growth opportunities and the application of "leading edge" technology to environmental projects. Successful applicant must be willing to participate as both a team member and team leader as necessary to fulfill work assignments. 5+ years experience in stream assessment and restoration design for natural & urban channels, sediment transport evaluation, structural/non-structural fish passage design, and H&H evaluations/modeling. Additional experience in watershed planning/modeling and TMDL issues coordination, and state/federal agency preferred Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Must have strong written & communication skills (specifications/reports) with attention to details, organizational and people skills. MS degree in Hydrology/ Hydraulics or Water Resources/Civil Engineering is required. PE registration preferred. Some travel required.  KCI Technologies, Inc. offers excellent benefits and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.kci.com.  Position Location: Hunt Valley, MD.  Requisition number 07-0109-129.


March 4, 2007 - Stream Restoration Designer KCI Technologies, Inc., an ENR Top 100 employee-owned firm, is expanding its Natural Resource Management team and we are seeking a self-motivated Stream Restoration Designer desiring substantial growth opportunities and the application of "leading edge" technology to environmental projects. Successful applicant must be willing to participate as both a team member and team leader as necessary to fulfill work assignments.  1-3 years professional experience in stream assessment and restoration design for natural and urban channels, and H&H evaluations. Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Must have strong written & communication skills (specifications/reports) with attention to details, organizational and people skills.  BS in Hydrological/Hydraulic Engineering or Civil Engineering with an emphasis in hydrology/hydraulics is required. Masters degree preferred. EIT certification preferred. Some travel required.  KCI Technologies, Inc. offers excellent benefits and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.kci.com.  Position Location: Hunt Valley, MD.  Requisition number 07-0109-128.


March 1, 2007 - Project Designer Appalachian Environmental Services is seeking a Project Designer in our Sylva, NC office. Job responsibilities include the following: provide technical expertise, assistance and project management associated with mitigation services projects, supervision and assistance with field investigations and data interpretation, ability to design and manage stream restoration projects, supervision and assistance with the completion of technical reports, communication between staff, managers, agency personnel and clients. Candidate should be able to demonstrate project management experience or the ability to successfully manage projects from beginning to end. Candidate should also be well versed in environmental science related issues with an in-depth knowledge of hydrology, specifically training and experience in Rosgen natural channel design techniques. For more information about Appalachian Environmental Services or to submit your resume please email to mhenson@appalachianenvironment.com.


February 22, 2007 - Senior Aquatic Ecologist/Water Quality Scientist Pioneer Environmental Associates, LLC, a well-established environmental consulting firm in Vergennes, Vermont, has an opening effective March 2007 for a Senior Aquatic Ecologist/Water Quality Scientist position.  Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree in Aquatic Ecology or related field (advanced degree preferred) and at least 5 years experience in consulting firm or comparable work environment.  Use of database, CAD, and GIS systems in support of project work, and knowledge of permitting and state and federal regulations, preferred.  Excellent writing and communication skills required, capable of working well in a team environment, and supervision/mentoring of junior staff. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: design, management, and supervision of stream restoration and river bank stabilization and fisheries habitat enhancement projects; management and oversight of aquatic habitat restoration, biomonitoring projects, and water quality monitoring projects; stream geomorphic assessment and channel survey/stabilization; hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; tream classification (Rosgen type) and stabilization design; and assessments of existing fish and macroinvertebrate populations. Salary, benefits, based on experience. Benefits package includes incentive bonuses, health insurance, paid vacations, retirement plan. Please, no phone inquiries for job applicants. To apply, please send resume to Pioneer Environmental Associates, LLC, PO Box 354, Vergennes, VT, USA 05491.  Email questions to cgeer@pioneere.com.


February 2, 2007 - Stream Restoration Specialist/Project Manager W. K. Dickson has the following opportunities for a Stream Restoration Specialist/Project Manager in our Raleigh, NC office. Position requires a minimum of 7 years professional experience, preferably with at least 3 years in the private sector. The work includes project management and technical performance focused on stream restoration. Experience in assessment, design, construction oversight and monitoring required. Project management experience in marketing, budgets and scheduling also required. Company offers competitive salary and excellent benefits including health, dental, disability insurance and 401k. Interested candidates may respond in confidence with resume and salary history to hrdept@wkdickson.com or fax to 704-334-0078.


January 30, 2007 - Hydrologist/Stream Restoration Scientist Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc., a leading transportation, land development, planning and environmental services firm, is seeking a qualified Civil Engineer, Hydrologist or physical scientist to work on a range of exciting environmental projects in our Williamsburg, VA office. The qualified individual should have experience with a variety of watershed analytical techniques including stream corridor assessments and geomorphic classification. Experience with hydrologic/hydraulic modeling for a variety of watershed improvement projects including stream and wetland restoration and the design of best management practices, including low impact development techniques for stormwater management is also required.  The ideal candidate would have at least 5 years of experience in watershed assessment techniques and natural systems design, with a balance of field data collection, survey and hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, and development of construction plans and specifications for design implementation . An understanding of natural channel design principals and training in Rosgen stream classification or comparable fluvial geomorphologic training is required. The successful individual must have excellent quantitative analytical skills, as well as strength in verbal and written communication and preparing scientific/engineering documentation related to design and construction plans and specifications . Proficiency with computer design software is required in order to efficiently perform assessment and design computations related to stream channel geometry and wetland hydrology. Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering, biological systems engineering, hydrology or related physical science is required. Interested candidates should apply on-line: http://www.vhb.com.  Please include a cover letter, resume and a listing of three references.


January 29, 2007 - Environmental Scientist IIKCI Technologies has the following opening for an environmental scientist  Duties include wetland delineation, Phase I Site assessments, stream assessment, water quality sampling, plant identification, CE preparation. Experience Required: Five to ten years wetland delineation experience; five to ten years Phase I site assessment experience. Required Skills: Professional written and oral communication skills. Proficient with Word and Excel. Degrees or Licenses Required (R) or Preferred (P): BS in Natural Resource Field. MS preferred. Candidate could be assigned to the Ohio, Pittsburgh, Morgantown or Harrisburg office. Contact: employment@kci.com. Identify position 07-1810-016.


January 29, 2007 - Environmental Scientist KCI Technologies has the following opening for an entry-level environmental scientist.  Duties include stream restoration, wetland identification and delineation, wetland functional assessment, wetland mitigation, watershed/water resource investigations, stream assessment, natural channel design, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis. Experience Required:   0-3 years experience in stream assessment and restoration design. Required Skills: Knowledge of PA water resource agencies and regulations, fluvial geomorphic assessment and basic surveying, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling. Rosgen training, CADD, GIS, and GPS skills a plus. Degrees or Licenses Required (R) or Preferred (P): BS in biology, ecology, environmental science, or related field (R). MS (P).   Candidate will be assigned to the Mechanicsburg, PA office.   Contact: employment@kci.com.   Identify position 07-1810-031.


November 29, 2006 - Rivers Conservationist.  The Conservancy’s Rivers Dept. seeks a Rivers Conservationist to work full-time at the Pool Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Emmaus, PA., and to start in January 2007.  The Rivers Conservationist assists the Rivers Program Director in achieving Wildlands Conservancy’s Strategic Plan goal of proactively addressing water quality and quantity issues to preserve, protect, restore, and enhance the Lehigh River and its tributaries.  The Rivers Conservationist assists in achieving the objectives of:

The qualified candidate must possess at a minimum the following credentials: A Bachelors degree in environmental science, biology, wildlife science, fisheries science, forestry, soils science, geology or related discipline plus at least two years of relevant experience; or A Masters degree in environmental science, biology, wildlife science, fisheries science, forestry, soils science, geology, or related discipline.  For additional job duties and credentials required for this position, please use the contact below or download the complete job description.  Salary: $30-32,000, plus Benefits.  Contact: Brian J. Vadino, Director of Rivers Program, Wildlands Conservancy; Fax:  610-965-7223; E-mail: bvadino@wildlandspa.org

Complete Job Description


October 23, 2006 - Senior Water Resources Engineer or Restoration Ecologist.  Herrera, Inc., seeks a senior water resources engineer or restoration ecologist to lead our Missoula, Montana office. Herrera specializes in water resources, stream restoration, and natural resources. Our existing Montana team includes expertise in stream restoration, permitting, botany, fisheries, geomorphology, wetlands, and transportation projects. Position requires excellent communication skills, strong client focus, ability to collaborate on interdisciplinary teams, local consulting experience, project management experience, established reputation with clients, and marketing experience. We offer competitive compensation including an attractive retirement package. Qualified individuals should submit a resume and letter of interest (no phone calls, please) to the attention of the Personnel Department at the address below. Electronic files (Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format only, please) should be sent to hec@herrerainc.com


October 2, 2006 - Environmental Scientist/Stream Restoration SpecialistRegister-Nelson, Inc., has recently acquired numerous stream and wetland restoration projects. We are currently looking for an Environmental Scientist with 1-3 years experience in stream restoration, aquatic sampling, mitigation concepts, bioengineering techniques, and the Savannah Corps SOP’s. A Bachelor’s Degree in biology, ecology, and or related environmental or natural sciences is required. Work would also include wetland delineations, preparation of USACE permit applications, protected species matters, and Section 404b(1) analysis. Experience in mitigation banking, erosion sediment control, and Rosgen/natural stream restoration methods training is a plus. This position will grow with the ability and desire of the individual. Register-Nelson, Inc. offers excellent salary and benefits including: insurance package, retirement plan with company match, profit sharing programs, vacation, holidays, and sick leave. If you are looking for an exciting company and a casual, fun work environment is as important to you as producing a top-notch product, then this may be the place for you. Interested candidates should forward their resume and references to: Fax: 678-432-2464 or email: foxwater@aol.com


September 11, 2006 - Stream Restoration Specialist/Project ManagerW. K. Dickson has the following opportunity for a Stream Restoration Specialist/Project Manager in our Raleigh, NC office. Position requires a minimum of 7 years professional experience, preferably with at least 3 years in the private sector. The work includes project management and technical performance focused on stream restoration. Experience in assessment, design, construction oversight and monitoring required. Project management experience in marketing, budgets and scheduling also required. Company offers competitive salary and excellent benefits including health, dental, disability insuarance and 401(k). Interested candidates may respond in confidence with resume to hrdept@wkdickson.com or fax to 704-334-0078.


September 10, 2006 - Wetland/Watershed Project ManagerEnvironmental Planning Consultants, an environmental consulting firm located near Doylestown, PA has an immediate opening for an individual with a background in water resources including stream assessment and restoration, wetland creation, and watershed management. Duties will include field surveys, restoration design/planning, environmental permitting (NJ/PA), report writing, agency coordination, and project management. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in an ecological field and 5+ years experience or a Master’s degree and 3+ years of experience. Candidates with training/certifications in wetland delineation, Rosgen stream assessments, and/or familiarity with GIS are preferred. Firm offers competitive compensation/benefits and opportunity for advancement. Submit resume to epc@envplanconsult.com.


August 21, 2006 - Stream Restoration Specialist.  Appalachian Environmental Services (AES), a division of Mickey B. Henson Enterprises, Inc., is accepting resumes for a Stream Restoration Specialist to work with a team of environmental professionals in a progressive company with a position available in our Sylva, North Carolina location. AES provides specialized environmental services in the areas of the design and construction of water resource projects. AES also provides support services for public and private sector clients in the areas of golf course planning, watershed management, environmental planning, stormwater management, stream restoration, and wetland mitigation.

The preferred candidate will have experience with permitting, technical reports, and mitigation. Knowledge of state and federal permit procedures is required. Proficiency with AutoCAD is required. Project management experience in the environmental or engineering fields is required. Construction management experience is a plus. This position requires a B.A. / B.S. degree in Environmental Science, Ecology, Civil (Water Resources) Engineering, Biological-Agricultural Engineering, Hydrology or related field. Excellent technical writing, communication, analytical, and project management skills are essential. Ability to work under field conditions in remote areas of the western North Carolina Mountains is a must.

AES offers competitive salary and benefits (including medical, life, retirement, vacation, holidays, personal leave, tuition reimbursement, challenging projects, and opportunities for growth in a team-oriented environment. Starting pay and benefits depend largely on both academic qualification and pertinent job experience.  Please send resume along with salary requirements and references to the following address:

Company: Appalachian Environmental Services
Address: Post Office Box 52
Webster, NC 28788
Attn: Mickey B. Henson, Ph.D., PWS, CSE, RF, GC
E-mail: mickey.henson@appalachianenvironment.com
Website: www.appalachianenvironment.com
Fax: (828) 631-0343


August 9, 2006 - Stream Restoration Specialist/Project Manager.  W. K. Dickson has the following career opportunity for a Stream Restoration Specialist/Project Manager in our Raleigh, NC office. Position requires a minimum of 7 years professional experience, preferably with at least 3 years in the private sector. The work includes project management and technical performance focused on stream restoration. Experience in assessment, design, construction oversight and monitoring required. Project management experience in marketing, budgets and scheduling also required. Company offers competitive salary and excellent benefits including health, dental, disability insurance and 401(k). Interested candidates may respond in confidence with resume to hrdept@wkdickson.com or fax to 704-334-0078.


August 4, 2006 - Riverine Project Scientist.  Environmental Services, Inc., the leading full-delivery stream mitigation, full-service consulting firm in the Southeast is seeking a Project Scientist for our Stone Mountain, GA location.  The selected individual will perform stream functional assessments, assist with the design and construction of restored stream channels, manage ongoing design/build projects, and perform other duties associated with the position of Project Scientist.

B.S. (M.S. preferred) in one of the following disciplines is required: ecology, environmental science, wetland sciences, natural resources, biological sciences, forestry or related field. 1 – 5 years of hands-on experience with most of the following:
- Wetland Delineation,
- Stream Assessment/Classification (SAAM, SICAM, RBP, Rosgen) ,
- Stream Restoration design (Rosgen),
- Environmental Permitting (Section 401/404),
- Vegetation Surveys,
- GPS/GIS software and equipment, and/or
- Mitigation Monitoring.

Applicants should have completed Rosgen or similar training relating to fluvial geomorphology and stream restoration. Previous North Carolina NCDOT/NCEEP experience is preferred. Field experience in the southeastern United States, preferably Georgia or North Carolina is desirable. Positions require knowledge of southeastern ecology, flora, and fauna. Ability to work under field conditions in remote areas of the southeast mandatory.

Starting pay and benefits depend largely on both academic qualifications and any pertinent job experience. Full employment benefits include health insurance, 2 weeks paid vacation, 1 week sick leave, 8 paid holidays, death and disability insurance and 401k eligibility (with company match) after completing 1 year of full-time employment. Applicants should send a letter of introduction and resume to meagan@esinc.cc.  Visit our website http://www.environmentalservicesinc.com.


July 10, 2006 - Postdoctoral Position in Wetland/Stream Restoration.  Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) (http://www.canaanvi.org) invites applicants for the position of post-doctoral wetland ecologist. Qualified applicants will hold a Ph.D. in a wetland related field with a record of peer-reviewed research. This position is located at CVI headquarters in Thomas, West Virginia and will participate in stream/wetland restoration, conservation and research projects.  Preference will be given to applicants with experience in wetland/stream restoration, restoration economics, statistical analyses and software, GIS and remote sensing. This position requires the ability to work effectively in remote and challenging outdoor conditions involving exposure to the elements.  Compensation is competitive with full benefits. Travel within the Mid-Atlantic Highlands is required; therefore candidates should possess or be eligible for a valid driver's license and be insurable.  This position will remain open until filled. Interested parties please forward application materials, including a letter of interest, a C.V., and relevant reprints, to: Wetland Ecologist, Canaan Valley Institute, 1 Creative Place, NorthGate Business Park, Charleston WV 25311 or via email to personnel@canaanvi.org.


July 5, 2006 - Stream Restoration Designer/Water Resources Engineer.  Jordan, Jones & Goulding, Inc. (www.jjg.com), a multidiscipline consulting firm with offices throughout the southeast, seeks a full-time stream designer/project manager for immediate employment in the Charlotte, North Carolina office. This position will provide the opportunity to expand the growing ecosystem restoration practice at JJG and lead an ecosystem restoration team.

Qualified applicants should have a B.S. (M.S. preferred) and four or more years of experience in designing and preparing stream restoration plans. North Carolina registered Professional Engineer preferred. Applicants should have completed Rosgen or similar training relating to fluvial geomorphology and stream restoration. Working knowledge of North Carolina EEP requirements is preferred. Demonstrated responsibilities should include preparing natural channel stream design plans, project oversight, construction management, and knowledge of local environmental laws and regulations.

JJG offers an excellent pay and benefits package (medical/dental, life, 401K, flex time) as well as the opportunity to work for an employee owned company. We are an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Position open until filled.  Please send electronic resumes to jobs@jjg.com or mail to:

Jordan, Jones & Goulding, Inc.
Department of Human Resources
6801 Governors Lake Parkway, Building 200
Norcross, GA 30071


May 22, 2006 - Stream Designer/Engineer.  Acer Environmental, Inc. is seeking a full-time stream designer/hydrologist/water resource engineer to work in their Lawrenceville, GA office. Acer Environmental, Inc. is a small but rapidly growing environmental consulting firm specializing in mitigation banking, wetland and stream restoration, ecology, natural resource management, permitting and land development for both private and public sectors across the southeast.

We are seeking professional engineers with mid-level to senior level project experience mainly in hydrologic/hydraulic modeling and stream restoration design. The applicant should have excellent written and oral communication skills and will be responsible for project management, preparing technical reports and proposals, training support and technical staff, working with existing and developing new clients on a regular basis. This position will also allow the opportunity to develop and grow engineering services within our company with the possibility of opening new offices to support ecological services across the southeast.

Acer Environmental offers competitive salaries and benefits (including full medical, dental, vision, retirement annuity options, vacation, holidays, and sick leave), challenging projects, and opportunities for growth in a team-oriented environment.  Please visit http://www.acerenvironmental.org for more information.

Qualified applicants please send cover letter and resume (email preferred) to:

Acer Environmental, Inc.
Attention: Greg Smith
1325 Capital Circle,Suite C
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
Email: gpsmith@acerenvironemntal.org


May 3, 2006 - Environmental Scientist/Stream Restoration.  Register-Nelson, Inc., has recently acquired numerous stream and wetland restoration projects. We are currently looking for an Environmental Scientist with experience in stream restoration, aquatic sampling, mitigation concepts, bioengineering techniques, and the Savannah Corps SOP’s. A Bachelor’s Degree in biology, ecology, and or related environmental or natural sciences is required. Work would also include wetland delineations, preparation of USACE permit applications, protected species matters, and Section 404b(1) analysis. Experience in mitigation banking, erosion sediment control, and Rosgen training is a plus. This position will grow with the ability and desire of the individual.  Position Location: McDonough, Georgia.

Register-Nelson, Inc. offers excellent salary and benefits including: insurance package, retirement plan with company match, profit sharing programs, vacation, holidays, and sick leave.  If you are looking for an exciting company and a casual, fun work environment is as important to you as producing a top-notch product, then this may be the place for you. Interested candidates should forward their resume and references to: foxwater@aol.com or Fax: 678-432-2464


April 28, 2006 - Wetland and Stream Mitigation Banking Project Manager.  Position for an individual with experience in mitigation banking feasibility analyses, permit applications, maintenance and monitoring plan implementation, stream restoration design and implementation, and bank management. Must be willing and able to travel through the U.S.  Salary and position level is commensurate with experience and abilities. 401K and 100% paid health plan. Please send resume and letter of interest to leegerald@lg2es.com


April 4, 2006 - Stream Designer.  Location: Raleigh, Charlotte, Greenville, SC, or Charleston, SC.  Duties Include: Lead role in management and design of stream restoration and other natural systems projects. Position requires personnel management, some construction oversight, and ability to market and interact effectively with clients. Rosgen Natural Channel Design, CAD skills, PE registration a plus.  If you are interested in joining a company that is focused on improving the world through development of private and public infrastructure, please consider this position.  For confidential consideration please forward your resume in Word format to resume@altempleton.com


March 29, 2006 - Stream Restoration Designer.  Location: Hunt Valley, MD.  Duties Include: Natural and urban channel assessments, stream restoration design, and hydrologic/hydraulic evaluations. Formal training in fluvial geomorphology and Rosgen Stream Classification methodology a plus but not required.  Experience Required: 1-3 years professional experience in stream assessment and restoration design for natural and urban channels, and H&H evaluations.  Required Skills: Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Must have strong writing (specifications/reports), organizational, people & communication skills, and must be attentive to details. Some travel required.  Degrees or Licenses: Bachelor of Science (Required) Masters degree (Preferred) in Hydrological/Hydraulic Engineering or Civil Engineering with an emphasis in hydrology/hydraulics. EIT certification preferred.  KCI Technologies, Inc. offers excellent benefits (visit http://www.kci.com) and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should forward, fax or e-mail resumes to:

KCI Technologies, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
10 North Park Drive
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
Fax: (410) 316-7890
E-mail: employment@kci.com


March 29, 2006 - Stream Restoration Engineer.  Location: Hunt Valley, MD.  Duties Include: Natural and urban channel assessments, stream restoration design, and hydrology with formal training in Fluvial Geomorphology & Rosgen Stream Classification methodologies.  Experience Required: 5+ years experience in stream assessment and restoration design for natural & urban channels, sediment transport evaluation, structural/non-structural fish passage design, and H&H evaluations/modeling. Additional experience in watershed planning/modeling and TMDL issues coordination, and state/federal agency preferred. Required Skills: Formal training in fluvial geomorphology, Rosgen Stream Classification, fish passage design. Must have strong writing (specifications/reports), organizational, people & communication skills, and must be attentive to details. Some travel required.  Degrees or Licenses: MS degree in Hydrology/ Hydraulics or Water Resources/Civil Engineering (Required) PE registration (Preferred).  KCI Technologies, Inc. offers excellent benefits (visit http://www.kci.com) and salary commensurate with exp. Interested candidates should forward, fax or e-mail resumes to:

KCI Technologies, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
10 North Park Drive
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
Fax: (410) 316-7890
E-mail: employment@kci.com


March 13, 2006 - Stream Restoration/Mitigation Specialist.  An engineering and natural resources consulting firm is looking for natural resources professionals to assist in Section 404 permitting, mitigation banking, and stream restoration activities. We primarily work the Piedmont and Foothills of the beautiful South Carolina Upstate, but also work northeast Georgia and western North Carolina. We are looking for motivated individuals who have work experience with Section 404 stream and wetland permitting issues, plant taxonomy, stream and wetland mitigation, threatened and endangered species issues and agency coordination, and stream assessments and stream restoration design and implementation. Favorable individuals should be self motivated with experience in wetland delineation, working knowledge of pertinent environmental regulations, stream and wetland restoration design and implementation, and should have strong interpersonal skills and exhibit technical writing experience. Candidates with compensatory mitigation banking and formal Rosgen training and stream restoration/design experience preferred.

Candidate requirements are:
• 3+ years of relevant experience
• BS (MS preferred) in Botany, Soil Science, Ecology, Biology, Forestry, or a related discipline
This is a full time position with compensation commensurate with experience.

Interested professionals should submit a resume and references via email to: bnoel@smeinc.com

Telephone: 864-710-2926


February 27, 2006 - Stream Restoration Specialist.  Stream restoration specialist with Rosgen 4 training and extensive consulting or agency experience to join a small North Carolina firm with state and private stream and buffer restoration contracts. Other work will include preparing Environmental Assessments, endangered species surveys, and other ecological and natural resource studies, primarily for local governments. This is a permanent full time position with health benefits and competitive salary commensurate with education and experience. Please send resume and salary history and requirements to Dr. Robert J. Goldstein at rjga@aol.com. To learn more about our firm, go to www.rjgaCarolina.com. For additional information, telephone Dr. Goldstein at Robert J. Goldstein & Associates, Inc. at (919) 872-1174.


February 13, 2006 - Stream and Wetland Restoration Specialist.  I need your assistance in that one of my top clients, which is a full-service engineering and architecture firm with over 5500 employees across the US and Canada, is looking to expand their abilities in stream and wetland restoration for their Raleigh, NC, office. I'm looking for someone with some design experience, some civil/hydraulics background, experience in stream and wetland restoration, Level IV Rosgen training with project management and/or MicroStation experience being a plus. Do know of someone you can refer to me, would you please pass this on to a friend, colleague or associate who may know someone? I find networking is the best way to find the top talent. I appreciate your help. Please call me if you have any questions or need any details.  Contact: Eric Johansen, Account Executive, MRI, Frederick, MD.  Ph. 301-663-0600, ext 3212.  Ph. 800-663-1607, ext 3212.  Cell 301-988-1993.  Email edj@mrifrederick.co
January 30, 2006 - Stream/Wetland Restoration/Mitigation Specialist.  Balke American is looking to add to our environmental department a biologist or engineer with experience in developing wetland stream mitigation/restoration plans, with specific background/knowledge of Rosgen fluvialgeomorphology.  There is no deadline -- we are just looking for the right fit.  Contact: Deb Osborne, Environmental Services Manager, Balke American, 1848 Summit Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45237.  Ph. 513-761-1700.  Fax 513-761-1728.  Email: dosborne@balke.com