Energy Renewal Partners Is Growing!
We are always looking for the best talent. We want to hear from you if you excel at what you do, are looking for exciting challenges, and believe in being “Responsive, Reliable, and Reasonable.”
We are currently looking to fill the positions below.
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Description: Energy Renewal Partners, a leading Austin, TX based full service environmental consultancy seeks to hire an Environmental Scientist or Project Scientist to assist with our expanding portfolio of energy sector projects. The position will be based in Austin, TX.
Responsibilities: The Environmental Scientist/Project Scientist will primarily support permitting, planning, siting, regulatory, and other needs associated with development and implementation of renewable energy projects. Responsibilities may include any of the following:
Coordinating efficient environmental and regulatory review and permitting of projects
Assisting in development of environmental review and permitting strategy
Preparation of applications to agencies and regulatory entities
Regular coordination with regulators to determine project permitting requirements and ensure all permitting requirements are met
Preparation of milestone schedules and budgets and coordination with Project Managers to ensure permitting schedule and budget are met
Assisting in ensuring permit compliance during construction and operation phase of projects
Providing permitting constraints for prospect wind farms
Conduct environmental fatal flaws/constraints analyses for proposed wind energy projects
Designing and implementing field surveys/studies for biological, avian, wetland, cultural, and other key environmental requirements for renewable energy projects
Bachelor’s Degree in environmental science or related field; Master’s degree in related field preferred
4-6 years of environmental consulting experience, experience with renewable energy permitting a plus
Experience with NEPA, ESA, and other relevant state and federal environmental regulations
Experience with Phase I ESAs, wetland delineation and permitting, protected species habitat assessments, SPCC Plans, and stormwater inspections
Experience conducting environmental fatal flaws/constraints analyses a plus
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Demonstrated project planning and implementation skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Willingness and ability to travel and conduct field investigations under potentially challenging environmental conditions
Ability to anticipate and resolve problems