Do you have a passion for Environmental Planning and NEPA? Working on projects based in wilderness, national parks, national forests, and other public lands? How does combining your skills and passion to solve intricate challenges through teamwork and technical expertise – sound like you? Great! If so, ERO is for you. We are seeking a Senior Environmental Planner for our Denver, Colorado office.
At ERO, we have done exactly that for 40 years. Our diverse team of scientists, planners, and subject matter experts work together to craft innovative solutions within multiple regulatory frameworks while balancing change in our region with natural and cultural resources protection. Did we mention ERO is a certified women-owned business in Colorado?
We’re always looking for dynamic and engaged people to join our team! Bring your expertise, your ingenuity, and your vision. Let’s see the impact we can create, together.
The Project Environmental Planner/Project Manager requires broad overall understanding of environmental regulations including NEPA, Endangered Species Act, and Clean Water Act and the relationship among them. The Project Environmental Planner is knowledgeable in and has experience managing small- and large-scale projects, most often related to NEPA analyses and/or land and resource planning projects involving complex resource issues, agency relationships, and stakeholder dynamics. Duties for this position typically include performance and oversight of teams performing a full range of environmental analyses. A Project Environmental Planner will also be trained in and have significant experience managing public involvement efforts for NEPA or other planning projects. Other duties include development of large and complex planning documents such as EISs, resource management plans, habitat conservation plans, and/or other management plans, and management of project teams and junior staff. A Project Environmental Planner has extensive experience in agency coordination with various federal and state agencies.
Education & Experience
- 5-7 years of environmental project planning experience
- Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources, Environmental Planning or related field
- Experience writing EAs and EIS documents for projects
Qualified applicants should send an email with PDF cover letter, resume, and writing sample to opportunities with Project Environmental Planner in the subject line. Only potential candidates will be contacted for interviews.
|Angela Cryan | Human Resources Generalist
1842 N. Clarkson Street | Denver, CO 80218