BIO-WEST seeks a full-time scientist for its Coastal Division office in Rosenberg, Texas. Under the direction of project managers, the person in this position will conduct: waters of the U.S. delineations, threatened and endangered species surveys, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, collection of water and soil samples, and conduct various other field efforts to collect and record data and document natural resource conditions. The environmental technician also provides assistance to project managers, writes technical reports, safely operates equipment, and maintains field equipment.
Requires BS degree (minimum) from an accredited university in relevant natural resources field.
The preferred candidate would have 1- 2 years of experience conducting wetland delineations within the Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great Plains, and Arid West regions of Texas, however similar professional experience in the natural resources field is also acceptable. Candidate must demonstrate proficiency with the 1987 Corps Wetland Delineation Manual and regional supplements, work independently and as a team member, and have a sound knowledge of local flora and fauna. Duties will include traveling for work, working outdoors, and office work.
Required skills include:
Must possess a valid class C Texas driver’s license.
Position requires employee flexibility and overtime:
Submit letter of application, resume, and three professional references to [email protected] by 06/15/2022. No phone calls, please.
Employment is contingent on the successful completion of any background or reference checks desired by BIO-WEST, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination upon commencing employment. Exemptions of BIO-WEST’s full COVID-19 requirement will be made in accordance with applicable law (Utah Code Section 34A-12-101, et seq, as amended).
Excellent benefits package (PTO, paid holidays, medical and dental insurance, profit sharing, Fidelity 401K, merit bonuses). Pay commensurate with experience/education.