FB Environmental Associates – Job Posting

FB Environmental Associates is currently seeking resumes for a talented and dynamic individual to manage environmental projects out of our Portsmouth, NH and/or Portland, ME office. This position will include the following responsibilities:

  •  Managing water resource planning, monitoring, and  implementation projects;
  •  Working with municipal, agency, and non-profit clients to assess water quality;
  •  Supervising multiple staff scientists;
  •  Planning and conducting field work for a variety of natural resource projects;
  •  Proposal writing and business development.

This full-time salaried position requires the ability to work closely and collaboratively with our clients and senior staff at FB Environmental. Frequent travel throughout New England is expected, as well as some overnight travel and Saturdays.

Qualifications: Graduate degree in an environmental discipline (environmental science, water resources, ecology, environmental engineering, etc.) and at least three years of professional project management experience. Applicants should have demonstrated experience with surface water quality assessment and monitoring, wetland ecology and permitting, stormwater management, nonpoint source tracking, GIS mapping, technical writing, quality assurance and quality control, and data management.

Please indicate whether you would prefer to work out of our Portland, Maine or Portsmouth, New Hampshire office or if you are able to work out of either office.

Please email resume, cover letter, and references by Friday, March 20th to:

Forrest Bell, Principal: info@fbenvironmental.com                                                                     FB Environmental Associates                                                                                                          97A Exchange Street, Suite 305                                                                                             Portland, ME 04101

No phone calls please.

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