Contract position: Engineering client is looking for an Environmental Scientist/Permitting Specialist with 0-5 years of experience for a Contract assignment based out of San Diego, CA. You will support the permitting process for multiple electric transmission line construction projects throughout Southern Cal. Client is looking for candidates that are local to the area.Responsibilities for the Scientist
Requirements for the Scientist
- Work with Permitting & Continuous Improvement departments to build standardized permitting "checklist" process
- Work in conjunction with Traffic Control & Workflow Systems to get permits to the city of San Diego
- Read construction designs/utility locator maps to familiarize with underground/overhead electrical/gas lines
- Provide permitting assistances to obtain Caltrans, Railroad Right of Entry, Encroachment, Utilities, and Traffic Control Permits from local governing agencies
- Review incoming permitting applications
- Collaborating with field workers and Engineers using SharePoint
- You need 0-5 years of experience as an Environmental Scientist, Permitting Specialist, or similar title with a focus on developing permitting strategies and schedules
- BS degree in a natural resources field, environmental science, Biology or related field from an accredited program is needed
- Experience developing permits for transportation, transmission line or similar 'linear construction' projects would be a PLUS
- Experience working with utilities is a plus
- Ideal background is in environmental compliance during construction
- Previous Utility specific experience working with as-built drawings is a PLUS
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