What We're Looking ForWe have a terrific opportunity for a full-time planner, biologist, environmental scientist, wildlife biologist, or ecologist with some previous experience in environmental planning. In this role you will have the opportunity to perform all aspects of environmental planning. Grow your career through assisting with larger scale projects, from concept through project completion. Projects include airport, light-rail, high-speed rail, other transit, and general transportation projects.Primary Focus will include:Support a variety of transportation related projects in planning and permitting.
Perform analyses and supporting the team to meet the requirements of the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966, Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, and Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
Work with multidisciplinary teams to compile and deliver information to resource agencies in support of local, state, and federal environmental permitting processes.
Minimum Qualifications and Skills:Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Biology, Environmental Science, GIS, Ecology, Wildlife Science, Sustainability, or related field and 3 years related professional experience
Master's Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Biology, Environmental Science, GIS, Ecology, Wildlife Science, Sustainability, or related field and 2 years of relevant experience
What You'll NeedEssential Responsibilities:Research data sources, gathers data, and conducts analysis of data for use in projects.
Identifies planning and analysis strategies using tools such as GIS, traffic, or safety software to manipulate data, assess scenarios, and perform project analysis.
Investigates, evaluates, and provides recommendations on planning processes and technical solutions that best meet the project needs.
Leads aspects of internal and external coordination with project team members, including other discipline areas involved with the project.
Participates in client meetings and interactions.
Leads preparation of maps, exhibits, and presentation materials for projects.
Conducts or directs research on issues, policies, and concepts pertaining to planning, and formulates recommendations.
Participates in the development of conceptual planning alternatives for urban and transportation planning projects
Writes major sections of and leads production of plans, studies, reports, and environmental documents for transportation and infrastructure projects.
Participates in public process and stakeholder facilitation.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Engineering, or related field and 4 years related professional experience
Master's Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Engineering, or related field and 3 years of relevant experience
Additional InformationClick here for benefits information: HNTB Total RewardsClick here to learn more about EOE including disability and vetVisa sponsorship is not available for this position.#BHLocations:Bellevue, WA (Seattle), Los Angeles, CA (Figueroa Street), McMinnville, OR, Oakland, CA, Ontario, CA, Portland, OR.....NOTICE TO THIRD-PARTY AGENCIES:HNTB does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or agencies. Any staffing/employment agency, person or entity that submits an unsolicited resume to this site does so with the understanding that the applicant's resume will become the property of HNTB. HNTB will have the right to hire that applicant at its discretion and without any fee owed to the submitting staffing/employment agency, person or entity. Staffing/employment agencies who have fee agreements with HNTB must submit applicants to the designated HNTB recruiter to be eligible for placement fees.Job Type: RegularFull/Part Time: Full timeJob Category: Planning GroupReqID: R-09935