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Sapphos Environmental, Inc..
Sapphos Environmental, Inc. is currently recruiting for a
full-time Avian Wildlife Biologist to support our outstanding team of
professionals. The ideal candidate will be detail oriented; have a
professional demeanor; strong organizational skills with the ability to
manage multiple projects and priorities in fast-paced environment and be
a dedicated team player.
• Research: Must be able to research
peer-review professional literature and grey literature. Demonstrate
familiarity with wildlife literature and resources related to Southern
California, including Endangered and Threatened species.
Skills: Must be able to provide written input to technical documents and
reports, such as biological resource sections of Environmental Impact
Reports, and biological resources technical survey reports, and proof
read out going documents.
• Should be able to describe existing
conditions, wildlife observed and their habitats, determine project
related impacts and design mitigation.
• Field Work: Must be able
to design and implement field surveys for wildlife including amphibians,
reptiles, birds, mammals, and common arthropods. Must be able to read
and utilize topographic maps, aerial photographs, and use a G.P.S. unit.
Must be able to write field notes.
• Professional: Should be a Member of, or eligible to be a member of at least one professional scientific organization.
Master's degree in Biology, Zoology, Wildlife & Fisheries Biology,
or other related degree, or a Bachelor's degree and 4 to 5 years of
experience as Wildlife Biologist with experience in environmental
consulting or regulatory agency work required.
• Must be familiar with the ESA, CEQA and/or NEPA.
Must be knowledgeable of Southern California wildlife and have a basic
knowledge of the most common plant communities of southern California.
• Riverside Fairy Shrimp or other Federal 10 (a) permit or California CDFG MOU a plus.
Prior to your first interview you will be required to:
• Submit a hand-signed Sapphos Environmental, Inc. application form (print from our website)
• Submit a non-returnable writing sample (5 pages or less)
• Provide salary history and salary expectations
you are qualified and interested, please forward a cover letter and
your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your submission must
include the job title of "Avian Wildlife Biologist" on the subject line
of your e-mail. The salary range for this position is from $41,600 to
$65,000 per year and is determined by the candidate's years of
experience and level of education. Sapphos Environmental, Inc., a
growing environmental compliance, resource management, and planning
company, with offices located in Old Pasadena with a satellite office in
Santa Monica. Please visit our website: www.sapphosenvironmental.com.
This position closes when filled.