Wetlands Specialist

Job Location

San Francisco, CA

On-Site

Published By

Publisher Name

Type of Job

Full-Time

Salary

78,000-122,000

Published Date

Feb 24, 2021

About the job

Apply Now

Are you or someone you know interested in working to protect and restore wetlands, streams, and other aquatic habitats? If so, U.S. EPA Region 9 will soon announce some exciting job opportunities. This will include hiring two wetlands specialists (GS-11/12) to work in the Wetlands Section in the Water Division at U.S. EPA Region 9. These positions entail using scientific expertise, planning, monitoring and assessment, and integrating the Clean Water Act Section 404 regulatory and non-regulatory programs to protect and restore wetlands and other aquatic resources. Candidates must have a degree in the life or physical sciences (e.g., biology, ecology, hydrology, geology, etc.) and we are very interested in those who have experience working in wetland regulatory and/or related aquatic resource protection and restoration programs. In the coming weeks, job announcements with specific requirements for these wetland positions should be posted at USAJobs.

To be notified when the announcements are open at USAJobs, please send an email to simms.stephanie@epa.gov; in the subject line indicate “wetlands specialist” or “wetlands manager” since these will be separate job announcements.

If you would like more information on these positions prior to the formal announcement, contact Sam Ziegler, EPA Region 9 Wetlands Section Manager at ziegler.sam@epa.gov.

Earth Day is every day at EPA! At EPA, you can protect human health and the environment of all Americans, and you’ll discover that EPA is one great place to work! We offer great benefits and work flexibilities, and our diverse workforce connects to more than just a career--we share a common passion to promote a cleaner, healthier environment. Discover how exciting safeguarding our natural resources and protecting human health can be. Find yourself at EPA. Learn more about EPA at https://www.epa.gov