Position: Wetland Ecologist/Environmental Scientist
Supervisor: Erin Mulryan, President
Hours per week: Full-time salary (40 hours- standard work week); negotiable
Starting Date: Immediately
Salary: Negotiable and dependent on experience
Green 3, LLC is an environmental planning and design firm located in historic Fountain Square near downtown Indianapolis. The Green 3 firm and its talented staff offer:
A fun, casual work environment in “funky-artsy-retro” Fountain Square Cultural District
Flexible work hours
The option to work remotely on occasion
A basic health insurance package
AFLAC plan options
A simple IRA with company match
Two office cats for casual in-house companionship
A pet friendly workplace
Staff outings- baseball games, St. Pat’s Parade, and other fun activities
A full kitchen for meal prep
Opportunities for profit sharing
Professional development opportunities
Paid holidays and a generous amount of paid time off.
The successful candidate should possess a Masters or Bachelors of Science degree in biology, botany, environmental science, or natural resources and have relevant experience working in the field of ecology or related field. A candidate that has completed waterway permitting and wetlands delineation training and/or has authored wetland delineations in accordance with USACE delineation procedures is preferred. Experience with NEPA document preparation in accordance with INDOT procedures is strongly desired. Candidates with less educational background but proven experience with plant identification, knowledge of Indiana ecosystems, and NEPA documentation will also be considered.
Masters or Bachelors degree with sufficient and relevant experience in biology, botany, environmental science, or natural resources, or proven experience in field data gathering and analysis.
Ability to analyze and comply with regulatory procedures, policies, and production of wetland delineations and waters reports, and approval processes.
Solid field experience with wetland delineations and high-quality technical reporting skills.
Knowledge of Indiana ecosystems, with special emphasis on wetland and stream ecology.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, ArcMAP/GIS, and Adobe Acrobat programs.
Ability to work in a dynamic and sometimes hectic office environment with little supervision.
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects efficiently to meet project deadlines.
Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.
Conduct preliminary research of project sites using online mapping tools such as Indiana Geological Survey’s Indiana Map, county GIS sites, ArcMap, and National Wetlands Inventory
Perform site investigations including ecological surveys, wetland delineations, and other associated field investigations, sometimes in adverse site conditions (such as heat and cold).
Communicate effectively with clients, agencies, and fellow staff
Compile appropriate and thorough documentation meeting state and federal procedural standards for waters reports, wetland delineations, and NEPA documentation per INDOT procedures; this includes report text and field data sheets, as well as development of required project maps and photo documentation
Assist with coordination and documentation of ecological, wetlands, and waters data for NEPA environmental documents.
As needed, assist with project proposal production; this may include preliminary research of project sites as well as developing fee proposals based on anticipated level of effort.
If you have questions, please contact Erin Mulryan, President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-634-4110. Please forward resume and cover letter to Erin.