Alachua County - Environmental Specialist

This is an entry-level professional position that may include work in any of the following areas depending on the hiring division: coordination and performance activities of environmental programs, compliance review and inspection of environmentally affected sites, implementation of land management activities and environmental site evaluation, environmental regulation research, field sampling and testing, hazardous materials collection or management, public education activities, and record-keeping and data coordination.

Depending on the hiring division, the employee assigned to this classification may be responsible for conducting various compliance reviews and inspections, field sampling, drafting enforcement action, reviewing data for permits, testifying at administrative hearings, assessing, monitoring and managing natural areas as needed. Responsibilities will vary according to division assignment within the Environmental Protection Department (Water Resources, Pollution Prevention) or Parks and Conservation Lands Department (Land Conservation). Work is performed under the direction of a higher level professional supervisor and is reviewed through conferences, reports, and observation of results obtained.

Job Details:

  • Closing Date: 04/05/19

  • $17.97/Hour

More information found here.


AECOM is actively seeking an experienced, highly talented Environmental Planning Manager for immediate employment in the Tampa, FL office. The Tampa Impact Assessment and Permitting (IAP) group conducts a wide variety of projects including environmental field assessments, environmental regulatory permitting, environmental inspection, and many others. The successful candidate will be tasked with managing and growing an IAP team in Tampa. The candidate will work in an interdisciplinary team-oriented environment with colleagues in the ecology team as well as other technical disciplines on a wide range of projects. The group works on projects throughout Florida as part of AECOM’s regional ecological group and provides support on large-scale multi-disciplinary projects. The candidate will be a team player with a strong aptitude for hard work, client care, project delivery, and development of innovative, cost effective solutions in a working environment that is collaborative, stimulating, and demanding.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, or other closely related field

  • 8+ years of task and project management experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of biological assessments, wetland delineations, technical reports, Section 401/404 permitting, and mitigation requirements

  • Experience working with clients (new and existing) and marketing AECOM capabilities and technical expertise for new business

  • Comfortable presenting in-person or via webinars

  • Highly motivated and able to work independently

  • Positive professional attitude

  • Strong critical thinking skills

  • Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment

  • Demonstrated ability to build rapport and resolve complex natural resource issues

  • Master’s degree in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, or other closely related field

  • Working relationships with state and federal regulators

More information found here.

AECOM - Senior Project Manager

AECOM is actively seeking a Senior Project Manager specializing in the assessment and permitting of pipeline and midstream facilities, with a focus on FERC-regulated pipelines and liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, for immediate employment. The primary work location is Orlando, FL, but this position could be based in other AECOM offices.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Biology, Environmental Planning, Natural/Biological Resource Management or other related field with 8+ years of relevant experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education

  • 8+ years full time work experience in the energy field focused on Impact Assessment and Permitting (IAP), FERC NEPA process, natural resources surveys, USACE jurisdictional determinations, water resources management, and/or cultural resources management and tribal engagement.

  • Strong, current and recent experience with major pipeline/midstream and integrated O&G companies providing capital project development and O&M project management services

  • Knowledge of FERC requirements and related experience with preparing FERC Section 7(c) resource reports and pre-filing process, environmental permitting, NEPA, relevant environmental regulations and processes, and related environmental considerations

  • Experience with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Section 404/401 permitting processes and State NPDES requirements and permitting processes, including wetland/waters of the US permitting, mitigation, and restoration

  • Demonstrated leadership in proposal development and successful pursuit of competitive bids

  • Demonstrated ability to manage projects to scope, schedule, and budget

More information found here.


E Sciences, Incorporated has an immediate opening for an experienced environmental consultant in the DeLand or Orlando, Florida office.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of experience as an environmental consultant in Florida, preferably with experience in transportation projects.


  • Database entry and management

  • Report development

  • Meeting coordination and scheduling

  • Design plan reviews

  • Local/state/federal wetland permitting support

  • Protected species assessment and permitting support

  • Organize and conduct fieldwork activities

More information found here. Send resumes to Melanie Aldridge.


E Sciences, Incorporated has an immediate opening for an experienced environmental consultant in the DeLand or Orlando, Florida office.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience as an environmental consultant in Florida, preferably with experience in transportation projects (both PD&E studies and design permitting).  Strong written and oral communication skills required.


  • Jurisdictional wetland delineations

  • Local/state/federal wetland permitting

  • Project management

  • FDOT PD&E studies

  • Protected species assessment and permitting

  • Organize and conduct fieldwork activities for wetlands and listed species surveys

  • Preparation of reports such as Wetland Evaluation Reports, Protected Species Reports, and Biological Assessments, and local/state/federal permit applications

More information found here. Send resumes to Melanie Aldridge.

HydroGeoLogic, Inc. - Staff Scientist

HGL is looking for a professional to support two Performance Based Remediation (PBR) contracts and a pending 5-year contract with NASA Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Central Florida. The work requires full-service environmental investigation and remediation services. Our Florida East PBR includes work at Cape Canaveral AFS (CCAFS), Patrick AFB (PAFB) and Homestead ARB (HARB). The opportunity is for a growth-oriented person that wants to broaden their skills and provide the team support in a variety of areas.

  Responsibilities / Duties

  • Responsible for directing environmental investigations, document preparation, and remediation construction services under the direction of the project and installation managers

  • Must be a team-oriented person willing to conduct a variety of office and field assignments and write cohesive report sections on the evaluation of investigative and remediation results

  • The position is based out of our Orlando, FL office but will require the candidate to be available for travel to KSC, CCAFS, PAFB, and HARB

More information and application here.

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