Field Technician

EDR is seeking versatile, team-oriented candidates to join our Environmental Services group. Field Technicians will have an academic background and/or limited experience in wetland/stream delineations and other relevant natural resource topics such as plant and avian identification. The successful candidate must be comfortable outside in all weather conditions, be willing to put in long days during the field season, and be capable of carrying typical field equipment. Requires an ability to identify the common plant species found throughout the northeastern and/or midwestern United States and experience with GPS, data collection, and report writing. Preference will be given to candidates with the ability to demonstrate strong office skills such as teamwork, problem-solving skills, and an understanding of environmental regulations. Requires a minimum associate or bachelor’s degree in environmental science, natural resources, biology, ecology, or related field. This role would be a full-time position in the Northeastern or Midwestern United States, based out of an EDR office in New York, Pennsylvania, or Ohio.

This position requires:

  • Academic exposure to, and/or limited experience in wetland delineation, plant identification, and avian identification.
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in environmental science, natural resources, biology, ecology, or related field.
  • The ability to travel for up to a week at a time, sometimes with consecutive weeks of work on a remote site.

The anticipated base pay range of $45,000-$55,000 per year is commensurate with experience. EDR reserves the right to pay outside of the target range based on an individual’s education, credentials, skill level and relevant experience, as well as internal pay equity, geographic location, and business needs.

EDR is a multi-disciplinary environmental consulting and design firm that has been in business for over 40 years. This position represents a career opportunity with one of the leading environmental permitting consultants for renewable energy projects in the Eastern United States. Significant milestones in our portfolio include the first Article 10 Application submitted for an energy generation project in New York (Cassadaga Wind), the largest proposed utility-scale solar project in Maryland (Great Bay Solar), the first wind energy project built in New York (Madison), the first wind energy project approved in Ohio (Buckeye), the first battery energy storage facility approved in Ohio (Flint Grid), the first approved offshore wind project (Cape Wind), the first built off-shore wind project (Block Island), the first proposed offshore wind project in the Great Lakes (Project Icebreaker), the largest wind energy project in the Northeast (Maple Ridge), and the first wind energy project proposed on National Forest Service Lands (Deerfield Wind).  Our experience on these projects, along with many other ongoing/active projects, incorporates all aspects of environmental impact analysis and permitting, which includes preparation of environmental impact statements and siting board applications in addition to various support studies and permit applications.

Join the EDR team and become a part of a dynamic and diverse group of environmental experts, including ecologists, botanists, wetland specialists, wildlife biologists, GIS specialists, archaeologists, historians, visualization experts, planners, landscape architects, and engineers. Embark on a fulfilling career where you’ll engage in exciting and meaningful projects and collaborate with our skilled professionals to make a real difference in the environment!

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