ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST - St Louis MO (onsite - work location)
Saint Louis, MO
- Posted: over a month ago
Trileaf Corporation is a nationwide environmental, architecture, and engineering consulting firm that assists clients with environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance, and engineering & architectural design. Trileaf specializes in completing large volumes of small to medium-sized projects, and serves the wireless communications and commercial real estate industries from its headquarters in St. Louis, MO and multiple branch offices throughout the U.S. Trileaf's mission has to do with the way we treat each other, our clients, and our vendors. Treating others with respect, keeping our promises, being honest, and acting in good faith, are all core values of Trileaf's culture. Trileaf employees are rewarded with opportunities to learn new skills, collaborate with teammates, and become better overall professionals.
Trileaf is seeking a full-time experienced Environmental Scientist for our St. Louis, MO office. A successful candidate will have 2+ years of experience conducting environmental due diligence work (including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments) and/or National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Reports.
Responsibilities and Duties
Environmental Due Diligence responsibilities include conducting site visits of wireless communications facilities and commercial properties. The site visit is comprised of: taking detailed field notes and photographs, conducting interviews, and performing regulatory agency file reviews. Office activities consist of reviewing historic topographic maps, Sanborn maps, city directories, aerial photographs, title/lien search reports, environmental databases, regulatory and other documents. This is followed by the interpretation of the compiled information and the drafting of a standardized report in accordance with ASTM E-1527-13.
NEPA responsibilities include maintaining expertise regarding the overall Section 106 / NEPA laws and the FCC's interpretation of their application. NEPA and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) requires federal agencies (such as the FCC) to assess the effects its actions may have on historic properties and the environment. On behalf of our telecommunications clients, we investigate potential impacts, initiate consultation, and help to resolve concerns.
With regards to NEPA research, our scientists perform a screening of listed and/or proposed threatened or endangered species, critical habitat, National
Wetland Inventory Maps (NWI), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) etc. All work is done in accordance with FCC Rules Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1, Subpart I, rule sections 1.1301 to 1.1319. Subsequent to these activities, a Project Scientist must be able to interpret the compiled information and prepare a report.
Qualifications and Skills
To be considered, the resume of the applicant must show that the applicant possesses the following qualifications/skills:
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in Environmental Science/Policy, Geography, Architectural History, Civil Design/Planning, Communications, or related field
- 2+ years of experience performing consulting field work and/or Phase I ESA due diligence reports
- Strong writing and editing skills
- Be an independent worker with a strong work ethic
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Comfort with communication via both phone and email
- Ability and willingness to travel (travel not expected to exceed 2-3 days per week)
- Valid Driver License
2+ years experience conducting one or more of the following is required:
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
- Section 106 Consultation
- NEPA Reports
- Previous HAZPOWER and/or ACM/LBP licensing
- Competitive salary
- Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
- Short-term, Long-term and life insurance - 100% paid for by Trileaf
- Health Savings Account
- Flexible Spending Account
- 401k with Trileaf matching
- 3 weeks of PTO per year
Trileaf Corporation is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
AddressSaint Louis, MO
Energy and Environment
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