Senior Wetlands Scientist

Parametrix Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 2 months ago

Parametrix is seeking a Senior Scientist to join our outstanding team of environmental scientists in our Puget Sound operations. This role is a key position within the Environmental Planning & Compliance team and will be supported by a team of other natural resources professionals specializing in wetlands, NEPA/SEPA, ESA compliance, botany, wildlife, and fisheries-related multi-disciplinary environmental project work.

The work would be based in our Seattle, Bremerton, or Puyallup offices, working with teams in these offices, as well as Portland. Our team has chosen a hybrid workspace, with time spent in office, in the field, and working from home offices.

Who you are:

This visible, senior professional role will focus on project management and delivery, business development, client development and staff mentoring.

Experienced: Bachelor's Degree (Master's preferred) in environmental science, fisheries, or a related field and 7+ years of experience conducting environmental permitting within Pacific Northwest ecosystems with related multi-disciplinary environmental project work.

PWS required. Leadership and mentoring experience highly preferred.

Skilled in Project Management and Business Development: Demonstrated experience and success in managing, completing, and delivering complex projects as well as developing client relationships and marketing environmental services. Proven history of strong client relationships in Washington; Oregon and Idaho, a plus.

Relationship-focused: Strong interpersonal skills, team approach, and the ability to work collaboratively with clients, agency staff, and co-workers are essential.

Knowledgeable: We require a working knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations/permitting relevant to aquatic resources, wetlands, and endangered species. Experience in NEPA, SEPA, and critical areas documentation for transportation and infrastructure projects is essential.

Excel at Communication: High quality technical writing, interpersonal and oral communication, and computer software skills are required. ArcGIS/AutoCAD experience is a plus.

What we offer:

An Established, Collaborative Team: A dedicated team of scientists, engineers, and planners who work across teams and offices to serve a mix of local, state, federal, tribal, and private clients within Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and New Mexico.

Exciting Project Work: Our teams bring complex, innovative projects to completion, including region-shaping efforts such as the Sound Transit light rail network, Seattle waterfront, levee setbacks, water supply pipes for tribes, and school restorations. Your responsibilities will include preparation of wetland delineation reports, permit applications, mitigation plans, and regulatory compliance documents (e.g., EISs, EAs, etc.). Project management of these tasks, including budget is an important element of the job.

Employee Ownership: We are 100% Employee-Owned with an outstanding Employee Stock Ownership Plan.

Competitive compensation and generous benefits: We offer an industry competitive package with details shared and discussed in the early stages of candidate conversations.

If the above description sounds like you and you wish to be considered, please submit a letter of interest and resume through our website: www.parametrix.com

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