Environmental Specialist

US-VA-Warrenton | US-VA-Fairfax
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Angler Environmental, a RES Company, is accepting resumes for Environmental Specialists (1-7 years of experience) to provide broad environmental support to a team of environmental and engineering professionals in our Warrenton and Fairfax, Virginia offices.

Since 1999 Angler has provided environmental consulting and construction services to public and private sector clients for development planning, floodplain analysis, storm water management, water quality concerns, and stream and wetland restoration projects.


The desired candidate’s primary responsibilities would include assisting regulatory staff with preparation of documents related to Section 401/404 permitting, NEPA, environmental assessments, and wetland and stream mitigation feasibility and design. Additional responsibilities may include coordination with regulatory agencies and the project team and field assessments.


Eligible candidates may be located in the vicinity of our Warrenton or Fairfax, Virginia offices.


The preferred candidate will possess a B.S. in an environmental science or policy related field (such as but not limited to ecology, botany, geology, soils, etc.). Candidates will have excellent technical writing and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of Federal/State/Local environmental regulations is a plus. Maryland permitting experience is preferred.


Angler Environmental, a RES Company, offers competitive salary and benefits, a challenging work environment, and the opportunity for personal development in a team-oriented environment.



VEVRAA Federal Contractor     

Angler Environmental, a RES Company, 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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