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At EXP, were driven to provide innovative solutions for the worlds built and natural environments. As a team of engineers, architects, designers, scientists, creators and a community of professionals, we bring diverse and talented people together to solve the worlds most complex challenges. Here, you join a team that leverages differences, harnesses their entrepreneurial spirit in an employee-owned company, that believes diversity is what gives us strength, seeks sustainable results and shares ambitions for each other, our clients and the communities we are part of and serve. To be a part of EXP means to have your own experience, while staying connected to a global network of professionals, who believe we are a part of something bigger. Together, we are EXP.
Are you ready to design your future?
Be our next Environmental Specialist !
Your work environment at EXP
In this role, you will be a part of the Environmental team, within the Energy Group Sector , based in Anchorage, Alaska office.
What a day at EXP has in store for you
Assists with NEPA/environmental impact analysis and reporting; permitting and regulatory approval support and permit application development; and coordination with Regulatory agencies.
Helps respond to Client and Regulator Requests for Information
Independently researches and provides data and information to support the development of Project plans and permit applications
Supports EXP initiatives in development of Carbon Management services including greenhouse gas lifecycle analyses, and mitigation, and climate risk assessments
Helps identify and evaluate environmental and regulatory risk to Client projects; provides information to help develop regulatory roadmaps and permitting plans
Works closely with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) teams for geospatial data management, analysis, mapping, and reporting using GIS tools.
Supports the scoping and execution of environmental field programs performed by others, including but not limited to: wetlands, habitat, and ecology; fish and wildlife; cultural resources; subsistence; environmental justice and socio-community; air; water; and waste
As qualified, may also perform wetland delineations, habitat evaluations for threatened and endangered species, Ecological Risk Assessments and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, and other field program duties.
What your experience looks like
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in biology, natural resources, environmental science or related. Wetland delineation training (40-hour) certification and / or OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER certification is a plus.
0-3+ years of relevant experience. Experience providing consulting support on infrastructure development projects in Energy, Transportation, Mining, and Related Sectors is a major plus.
Must possess excellent communication and technical writing skills.
Agreeable to day and / or overnight travel to support business needs.
Our story With a mission to understand, innovate, partner and deliver, EXP provides engineering, architecture, design and consulting services to the worlds built and natural environments.
Our heritage dates back to 1906, when the earliest of EXPs predecessor companies started its engineering infrastructure practice. Today, thousands of creative professionals across EXP work together to deliver extraordinary experiences year after year.
What makes us different
The passion, enthusiasm, diversity and industry-leading capabilities of our employees make us who we are. Were committed to providing a challenging work environment that cultivates career growth, encourages creativity and rewards excellence.
Find out more about life at EXP by visiting www.exp.com .
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