at Crafton Tull & Associates, Inc. in Rogers, Arkansas, United States
Crafton Tull is a 100% employee owned firm has been contributing to the built environment for over 55 years. That longevity, coupled with investments in technologies and sustainable design practices, confirms that we are well crafted to lead in the 21st century. Based on client need, we are able to skillfully integrate our talents companywide, and in doing so, harness the skills and ideas of professionals ranging from our civil engineering team, to our energy division and everything in between. We are confident that our dedication to true collaboration has been – and will continue to be – what allows us to produce the exceptional results our clients know to be synonymous with the name Crafton Tull. Learn more about our company by visiting our website at www.craftontull.com.
At Crafton Tull, we understand that happy employees make for a productive team. We work to accomplish that by providing our employees cutting edge tools and outstanding benefits to achieve success both personally and professionally.
- Employee Stock Ownership
- Two Medical Plan Options
- Health Savings Account with Company Match
- Dental & Vision
- Employer Paid Life & Disability
- Traditional and Roth 401(k) with Company Match
- Paid Time Off Bank
- Extended Illness Bank
- Paid Holidays
- Incentivized Wellness Program
- Employee Recognition Program
- Employee Assistance Program
- And More
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST JOB SUMMARY: Conducts environmental studies & assessments of designated ecological resources, including wetlands, forests, streams, soils, plants, and wildlife, in order to identify, evaluate, and seek permit approval for any potential impacts to these resources in and near project sites. Monitors compliance with local, state, federal regulations during all phases of work.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to the following:
- Conduct site investigations, data collection, and plan reviews to determine potential project environmental impacts.
- Analyze reports, maps, drawings, blueprints, tests, and aerial photographs on soil composition, terrain, hydrological characteristics, and other topographic and geologic data to support environmental projects.
- Conduct wetland and stream delineations and prepare jurisdictional determination reports of findings.
- Apply procedures, laws, standards, and regulations pertaining to compliance with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and/or Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
- Coordinate with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies to secure any necessary concurrence/permits; and develop and maintain records to document and track compliance with permits and regulations.
- Prepare project documents such as constraints statements, coordination letters, special provisions, etc.
- Assist with project coordination meetings at Division, Department, State and Federal levels, as applicable.
- Assist with meetings to present and interpret environmental impacts and related project information.
- Prepare National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents, including categorical exclusions and environmental assessments.
- Monitor environmental compliance through the life of the project and coordinate on-site project monitoring as needed.
- Prepare Phase I Environmental Site Assessments in accordance with current ASTM standard.
- Work with supervisor to determine compensatory mitigation on a project if necessary.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: No supervisory responsibilities.
Equal Employment Opportunity/M/F/disability/protected veteran status