Orange County EPD - Environmental Specialist II / Senior Environmental Specialist

The Orange County Environmental Protection Division is seeking an Environmental Specialist II or Senior Environmental Specialist to provide professional level support of the Lake Management Program. The successful candidate will serve as lake manager and liaison to multiple lake taxing districts and advisory boards, evaluate aquatic plant and water quality data, develop lake management plans, and implement water quality best management practices. Coordinates MSTU/MSBU advisory board meetings, performs field activities, and prepares environmental documents and budgets.

Job Details:

  • Environmental Specialist II Salary: $20.31 – 26.40/hr

  • Senior Environmental Specialist Salary: $23.85 – 31.02/hr

  • Closing Date: January 29, 2019

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 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.

Atkins - Environmental Scientist (Entry Level)

SNC-Lavalin Atkins business seeks an energetic and highly motivated self-starter to join the Orlando, Florida Eco Sciences East Group as an Environmental Scientist.  The major role will be to perform standard scientific work while developing professional proficiency.


  • Generally applies standard techniques, procedures and criteria in carrying out a sequence of somewhat diversified scientific tasks, requiring the use of analysis, interpretation, and deductive reasoning, and being able to detect problems in using standardized procedures.

  • Environmental compliance monitoring, permitting and report preparation

  • Assist senior staff with wetland delineations, wildlife habitat assessments, and other field surveys

  • Perform basic Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data collection and production of resource maps.

  • Conduct online data searches

More information and application here

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.


Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc. is currently seeking a full-time environmental scientist. The position primarily involves comprehending and applying knowledge of environmental permitting, minor NEPA/NMSA reviews, data entry, and database management to transportation projects while utilizing good practice in environmental science and ecology. The ideal candidate should be able to identify and analyze well-defined problems under the direction of senior staff; make decisions consistent with Florida transportation policies; design or develop solutions to problems by applying accepted procedures and methods; and identify risks and management options.

  Responsibilities / Duties

  • Review roadway plans to determine permitting requirements for minor and major transportation project

  • Prepare state and federal permit applications for minor transportation projects

  • Assist in preparing and reviewing reports in support of projects, including protected species, natural habitat, environmental impacts, biological evaluations, minor NEPA/NMSA, and related regulatory requirements and compliance guidelines

  • Review documents for minor projects prepared by others, including pre-design environmental documents, permit exemption verifications, or need for additional wildlife surveys

  • Maintain spreadsheets for expiring permits and NEPA/NMSA checklist

  • Assist in preparing draft environmental scope, units, and staff hours for minor projects based on existing transportation permitting policies and guidelines

  • Attend project-related meetings

More information and application here.

Harris Corporation - Environmental Health & Safety Engineer

Job responsibilities include developing, implementing and monitoring environmental health and safety programs and policies to ensure compliance with Federal, State and local environmental health and safety regulations applicable to air, industrial wastewater, potable water, domestic wastewater, storm water, US DOT, regulated waste management, spill prevention control and countermeasure plans (SPCCP), TIER II and TRI reporting, and emergency response (HAZWOPER).


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Environmental Science or Engineering with 10 plus years applicable experience; or equivalent.

More information and application here.

Harris Corporation - Corporate EHS Manager

The Manager of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) will be a member of the Corporate EHS department supporting the EHS Director in the development, execution and continual improvement of the organization’s strategic EHS plan. This individual will have a thorough understanding of EHS principals, leading industry practices and governing regulations with a focus on sustainability and environmental programs.


  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • Minimum of 12 years EHS experience in roles of increasing responsibility and leadership.

  • Experience with OSHA, EPA, DOT & NFPA requirements.

  • Experience developing and implementing safety, environmental and health programs, processes and framework for multiple sites.

  • Experience with OSHA, EPA and other applicable industry environmental, health and safety standards.

More information and application here.

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