Part-time Erosion & Sediment Control Inspectors

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RES is the nation’s largest and most experienced provider of ecological restoration and water resource solutions. To date, we have restored over 180 stream miles and 40,400 wetland acres and conserved and preserved 6,100 acres of endangered species habitats. RES operations include planting over 11,000,000 restorative trees and reducing over 240 tons of polluting nutrients. RES navigates and streamlines the environmental permitting process with solutions that balance economic development and ecological sustainability.


Resource Environmental Solutions (RES) has an immediate need for part-time inspectors, Maryland-wide, but especially the following areas: Hagerstown, New Market, Ellicott City, Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Odenton, and Severn. The position potentially entails moderate to strenuous hiking on rough/muddy terrain in adverse weather conditions.


MS Office and Adobe software proficiency

Accurate documentation of field observations

Ability to successfully complete MD and SHA Erosion & Sediment Control Certifications.

Candidates will be highly motivated and reliable with impeccable attention to detail.

Inspections must be conducted on a weekly basis with a 24-hour response to applicable rainfall, which, therefore, includes the need to work weekends and Holidays, as rainfall dictates.

Experience with E&S Control inspections, working in and around construction sites, and 4-yr environmental degree preferred.

Valid driver’s license mandatory.


We offer a positive work environment and competitive pay. This position may allow employee to cross train in other aspects of our diversified services.


RES is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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