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WSSI offers exciting projects, 401(k), and full medical (100% paid, including family), life, and disability insurance, plus a great work environment in new green building (LEED Gold) with LID.  Employee gym with personal training and a dog kennel are just some of the extra benefits WSSI offers.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Engineers - Biological / Civil / Environmental - Seeking entry-level engineers interested in environmental sciences to start in summer 2008. Projects include: wetlands mitigation design, stormwater wetlands systems, stream restoration and floodplain studies. Ideal candidates will have from 0 to 2 years experience, EIT, and knowledge of AutoCad, Land Development Desktop, HEC-1, HEC-RAS, and TR-55. Traditional land development experience is acceptable for candidates wanting to apply skills to wetlands and water resources. For additional information, contact Brian Chromey.

Stream Restoration Specialists - Seeking all levels of scientists or engineers with formal education or experience in stream restoration design. Rosgen training is a plus. Must be proficient in AutoCad, Land Development Desktop, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, and TR-55. For additional information, contact Mike Rolband.

Engineer - Floodplain Director - Seeking a P.E. with 5 to 15 years of experience to conduct floodplain studies and be involved with wetland mitigation, stream restoration, and LID concept plans. Must be proficient in AutoCad, Land Development Desktop, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, and TR-55. This person will also be tasked with developing a floodplain practice in our firm and hiring a team of engineers to grow this line of work as workload increases. For additional information, contact Mike Rolband.

Environmental Scientist - Seeking mid-level environmental scientist with at least 3 to 5 years of experience performing wetland delineations; preparing federal and state permit applications and other technical studies related to aquatic resouces; conducting endangered and threatened species (ETS) surveys; assessing potential impacts to ETS; and coordinating with federal and state resource agencies with regard to wetlands and ETS issues.  Excellent field botany skills and general natural history knowledge/interest required.  Experience working with a diverse client base in both the public and private sectors highly desirable.  MS desirable with PWS (or WPIT) and PWD certification preferred. For additional information, contact Laura Giese.

For general employment inquiries, submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements (no calls please) to:

Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources 
5300 Wellington Branch Drive, Suite 100 
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
Fax: 703.679.5601
E-mail: humanresources@wetlandstudies.com


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