Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the ESA team. We are searching for energetic candidates for the following position:
Environmental Specialist - Construction Inspector:
Environmental Systems Analysis, Inc. (ESA), a natural resources management and ecological restoration company, has an opening for a construction inspector with an emphasis in stream restoration. If you would like to work in one of Maryland’s leading environmental consulting firms with a progressive work environment and a great benefits package, please forward your resume and salary requirements to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Construction Inspector for ecological restoration projects involving stream restoration, stormwater retrofit, wetlands, forestry, and shoreline stabilization.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in ecological construction is required.
- Skills and Education
BS in environmental science, natural resources, agricultural or civil engineering, biology, ecology, or related field.
Excellent communication and organizational skills.
MDE “Responsible Person” (Green Card) Certification.
Knowledge of MD/VA/federal environmental regulations related to streams, wetlands, forestry, and critical areas.
Demonstrated experience reading/interpreting design plans and as-builts.
Detailed knowledge of construction equipment and processes.
Familiarity with Bid/Build and Design/Build contracts.
Ability to conduct constructability reviews.
Familiarity with bioengineering practices and materials.
Knowledge of basic survey and measuring methods to check elevations and determine distances and dimensions.
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Ability to work independently, conduct field work and move through rough terrain.
SHA Yellow Card Certification.
Rosgen Stream training.
Stream restoration design experience, including development of specifications and cost estimates.
Experience monitoring streams, vegetation, wetlands and shorelines.
Ability to identify jurisdictional wetlands and channels.
Knowledge of trees and vegetation.