Dewberry is a leading, market-facing professional services firm with more than 50 locations and 2,000 professionals nationwide. What sets us apart from our competitors are our people. At Dewberry, we seek out exceptional talent and strive to deliver the highest quality of services to our clients. Whether you’re an experienced professional or a new graduate, you’ll have the chance to collaborate with the best and brightest and work on innovative and complex projects at the forefront of the industry. Our commitment to excellence stems from our personal integrity and from other defining attributes, which we call “Dewberry at Work,” that have inspired our employees to be successful for more than a half-century. Dewberry Consultants’ Water Resources Engineering Department in Fairfax, Virginia has an immediate opening for an Environmental Manager position. Candidates should have strong background in supervising staff and technical experts, setting and monitoring budgets, developing project plans, project monitoring, risk assessment, developing a positive working atmosphere, and be client focused. Must have an interest in wetland characterization, botany, stormwater management, environmental site characterization, computer assisted mapping and drafting, and staff and project management. This job will involve 10-20% of outdoor fieldwork at sites primarily within 200 miles of the office however occasional overnight travel will be required. Fieldwork may require candidate to walk over uneven terrain up to 8 hours a day and carry heavy equipment. A successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited 4-year institution and have 7-15 years of experience. Previous exposure to or experience with Virginia, Maryland and Federal permitting, wetland delineation, environmental site assessments (ESAs), Microstation, AutoCAD, and ArcMap are beneficial but are not required. The position is full time and located in Dewberry’s Fairfax Virginia office.
- Supervising junior and senior level staffSetting project budgets and assisting with proposalsManaging projects and budgetsPlanning and conducting field delineations of wetlands and Waters of the USPreparing delineation reports, functional assessments, mitigation plans, and jurisdictional determinationsPreparing permit applications under Sections 404/401 of the Clean Water ActCoordinating with state, federal, and local regulators as appropriateConducting vegetation and wildlife habitat surveysConducting threatened and endangered species surveysResearching and writing NEPA documentsPreparing consultations with the US Fish and Wildlife ServicePreparing Section 106 consultations with the State Historic Preservation OfficerConducting permit compliance monitoringAssisting in conducting environmental site assessments
- 7-15 years of experienceSupervisory experienceBachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, geology, chemistry or a related fieldExcellent communication skills, including both oral and writtenOrganizational skills and the ability to perform detail-oriented work are requiredAbility to manage multiple projectsAbility to set prioritiesExperience managing project budgetsGood working knowledge of word-processing and integrated software applications, including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Previous experience delineating in the Eastern Mountain and Piedmont Region and Coastal PlainPrevious experience preparing Joint Permit ApplicationsAbility to become a certified arboristPrevious experience in Maryland and/or the District of Columbia.Proficiency in AutoCAD, Microstation, and the ArcGIS suite of software.