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    Botanist (entry level)

    HDR is looking to add exceptional entry-level wildlife biologists and botanists to our friendly and highly collaborative Northern California team. Candidates that strive for excellence in their day-to-day work, scientific practice, and careers; as well as those individuals that are interested in continuing to expand their scientific knowledge through collaboration and continued learning will integrate nicely into our biological resources practice. Our biologists spend time in the field and in front of a computer throughout the year. Our field work includes biological resource surveys, floristic surveys, vegetation mapping, and aquatic resources delineations that are performed to support impact assessments, impact avoidance, longterm biological monitoring, regulatory permitting efforts, and pre- and post-construction compliance. When we are at our computers, we analyze the data collected in the field and use those data to prepare biological resource reports and study plans, mitigation and monitoring plans, biological resource sections of environmental documents, regulatory permit applications, and other technical papers as needed. Our biologists are supported by senior biologists, as well as other members of the team and resource experts across the country that bring a diverse range of expertise that is critical to our commitment to excellence. If this sounds like you, and you have the skills and experience outlined below, we look forward to talking to you.

    Required Qualifications
    • Strong academic background with a B.S. or B.A. in biological studies, natural resources, wildlife management, wildlife biology, botany and plant ecology, or an equivalent subject.
    • Minimum 3 seasons conducting focused floristic and/or wildlife surveys through an academic institution, ecological consulting firm, resource agency, or similar in California, or other areas of the western U.S.
    • A broad knowledge of California‚Äôs flora and/or fauna.
    • Demonstrated field experience.
    • Willingness to work in inclement conditions and travel for up to two weeks at a time for field work. Travel out of state may be required.
    • Must be able to navigate rugged conditions on foot for extended periods of time (8-10 hours). Day and night surveys may be required.
    • Exceptional and demonstrated technical writing ability. Experience drafting technical documents such as scientific papers, survey findings reports, compliance documentation, or similar required.
    • Good organizational and data handling skills, along with proficiency in MS Excel and Word. Experience with ArcGIS software a plus.
    • Self-motivated, positive, flexible, team-oriented attitude with a willingness and desire to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
    • An attitude and commitment to be an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must.
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    Last edited by summer.pardo; 03-10-2021, 08:36 AM.