McCormick Taylor

  • Environmental Scientist

    Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
    Posted Date 1 month ago(7/17/2018 3:03 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Environmental Sciences - Environmental
  • Overview

    McCormick Taylor’s Philadelphia, PA office is actively seeking an entry to mid-level Environmental Scientist for immediate employment. The candidate will be responsible for providing support on various environmental planning studies, wetland studies, ecological studies, watershed studies, and NEPA documentation (CEE’s and EA’s) for local, state, federal clients primarily in PA and DE . The candidate will be responsible for supporting permitting compliance for transportation projects for local, state, and federal clients primarily located in eastern PA and DE. Knowledge of NEPA compliance and documentation, and experience with wetland field work and delineations preferred. Conduct delineations of Waters of the U.S. (including wetlands) in accordance with current regulatory requirements and guidelines, prepare supporting documentation, and conduct JDs.


    • Assist with compilation of various CEE documents for multi-disciplinary projects.
    • Assist with environmental permitting processes and agency permit applications including but not limited to wetland/waterway permitting and the Endangered Species Act (federal and state).
    • Conduct stream, wetland, and wildlife habitat assessments.
    • Utilize GPS, ArcGIS, and Microsoft office for project data collection, analysis, and reporting.



    • BS/MS degree in Environmental Sciences or related field
    • 2-5 years of technical and field experience in wetland delineation and other natural resource surveys, environmental data collection, compliance monitoring and environmental permitting
    • Experience/Familiarity with endangered species studies.
    • Ability to travel and conduct field work.
    • Demonstrate environmental writing and communication skills.
    • Ability to communicate and support teams.
    • Candidate must be detail oriented and have the ability to work independently



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