Permitting Specialist/Wildlife Scientist/Environmental Specialist
- Posted: over a month ago
Permitting Specialist/Wildlife Scientist/Environmental Specialist assists senior permitting staff in all aspects of various permitting projects, while remaining aligned with strategy, commitments and goals of Reagan Smith.
- Entry-level position
- Bachelor's degree in Natural Resources, Wildlife Science, Environmental Science, or related field preferred.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Teams, Outlook, Excel, SharePoint, etc.) and other web-based platforms (Trello, Zoom, etc.)
- Ability to multitask while maintaining high attention to detail and accuracy in a high- paced, dynamic environment.
- Excellent analytical problem-solving capabilities; ability to exercise independent judgment in methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- High level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential information and professionalism in dealing with people inside and outside the company.
- Thoughtful decision-making, problem resolution and creative thinking skills a must.
- Ability to work a minimum of 40 hours per week
- Ability to conduct fieldwork, which can comprise moderate to high physical demand.
- Availability for overnight travel
- Must possess a valid driver's license
Time and availability requirements
- 40 to 55 hours per week – varies based on workload and season
- Check email/voicemail and respond while in the field, nights and weekends
Job duties and responsibilities
- Assist Project Manager with a variety of duties
- Interact with surveyors, landowners, agency personnel and clients to discuss project details, gain access and schedule field work.
- Assist with threatened and endangered species surveys
- Assist with migratory bird and raptor surveys
- Assist with Wetland Delineations
- Assist with Habitat Assessments
- Assist with Archaeological Surveys
- Report writing – Biological Evaluations, Environmental Assessments, Endangered Species Surveys, Due Diligence, Phase 1, Applications for Permit to Drill
- Define tasks and required resources
- Create project timelines and schedules
- Attend Industry meetings and represent Reagan Smith
- Coordinate projects with various departments within Reagan Smith
- Track deliverables
- Monitor and report on project progress to senior management
- Excellent Technical writing skills
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Team Player
- Conflict resolution
- Health Insurance with up to $200 per month allowance after 2 years of employment
- $35,000 Life Insurance Policy
- Reagan Smith clothing & PPE provided
- Field clothing and gear allowance
- Flex schedule
- Maternity/Paternity paid leave
- Fun corporate culture
- Paid training and networking experiences
- Career growth potential
Reagan Smith, Inc
AddressOklahoma City, OK
Energy and Environment
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