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Jacobs is hiring three part-time temporary positions that are Senior Environmental Scientist(s) providing technical, scientific support and evaluation of engineering design concepts on natural systems. These evaluations may be focused on hydraulic modeling, preliminary to advanced designs, environmental resources, and may involve input during phases of planning, policy development, habitat and/or hydrologic characterization, data analysis, work planning and report writing.
These positions will aid Jacobs in working within an interagency team to develop solutions to problems of unusual complexity that require a high degree of innovation and ingenuity. Work performed under the direction of the Jacobs management and/or directly with clients or their representative(s). This direction will focus on the long-range goals and objectives of projects in the Yakima and Kittitas Valley and may have substantial client interaction. This position is based out of our Yakima, WA office. It requires knowledge and understanding of:
Review procedures for compliance with environmental regulations
Understanding and coordination of project concepts that effect fish, aquatic life, and the aquatic environment/habitat
Preparing technical memorandum(s) and/or report(s) based on information and concepts provided by others and assisting in the preparation of cost estimates related to these concepts
Performing technical tasks and assisting with the execution of scientific programs under the supervision of a project manager and/or government agency staff
Interact with project managers project controls, administrative and safety staff; as well as subcontractors and agency staff
A Bachelor's degree in Hydraulics, Biology, Geosciences, or Environmental Sciences is preferred
A minimum of 20 years of experience in a field related to the degrees listed is required
Computer literacy in software typical of discipline is preferred
Strong technical writing, interpersonal, and client relation skills are preferred
Familiarity with government and public sector projects are preferred
Understanding and familiarity related to the policy, habitat, riverine systems, and water issues in the Kittitas and Yakima Valleys is required
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