LEC provides the ideal career setting for candidates seeking a fast-paced, team-oriented work environment with the opportunity to learn, directly interface with, and work alongside seasoned senior wetland, wildlife, and construction monitoring staff at a reputable firm known for its commitment to excellence and integrity.

Employee benefits include competitive salary, medical insurance, long and short-term disability, life insurance, paid vacation and holidays, paid personal/sick time, mileage reimbursement, a 401K retirement plan, and flexible work environment.  LEC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Candidates must be able to work in the field both independently, in support of other LEC or on a team for extended periods of time under physically challenging conditions and possess a working knowledge and understanding of federal, state, and local regulations and permitting; demonstrate excellent technical writing and communications skills; command strong organizational and time management skills; and be able to successfully transition between diverse tasks with ease and work independently.  Fostering and maintaining excellent working relationships with other LEC staff, our clients, regulatory staff, and the public also are necessary requirements for a position at LEC.  Basic computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel are required.

LEC is currently seeking to expand our staff with qualified candidates for an Administrative/Business Development Position and a Wetland Scientist position in our Worcester Office and Environmental Scientist/Construction & Erosion Control Monitor positions in our Plymouth or Worcester Offices.

For consideration, please review the below positions, and forward a cover letter, resume, and references in PDF Format only to our Human Resources Department (marketing@lecenvironmental.com).  Please no phone calls.

Administrative/Business Development Position

LEC Environmental Consultants, Inc. is seeking an administrative support position in its Worcester location.  Position includes coordinating and executing office administration and support functions for staff in an efficient and professional manner.  Specific responsibilities include collaborating with and assisting administrative staff in our Wakefield and Plymouth locations; facilitating client and staff communications; coordinating with Conservation Commissions; assisting staff with finalizing and submitting proposals, reports, and permit applications; composing/compiling company qualifications and representative experience/project descriptions for responses to RFP/Qs; and other general office procedures.

Qualified candidates should be professional and detail-oriented with excellent communication skills.  Candidates should be able to interact professionally and proactively with staff, clients, and regulatory agencies, and possess strong, proactive organizational and time management skills, and technical editing experience.  Proficiency in Word and Excel required.  Experience with GIS mapping a plus. 

This is a great opportunity for a candidate attracted to a fast-paced environment that requires prioritizing multiple tasks daily while fostering and working in a team environment.  Position is part-time (25-30 hours) with potential for increase up to 40 hours.  Salary commensurate with experience. 

Wetland Scientist

Qualified candidates will possess a B.S. in Wetland Ecology, Plant/Soil Sciences, Biology or other related environmental sciences and must have a minimum of 3 to 5+ years direct experience in Massachusetts performing Wetland Delineations, Habitat Evaluations, and Functional Assessments; preparing Local, State, and Federal Environmental Permit Applications; and conducting Environmental Monitoring Services.  Experience with ARC GIS and GPS data collection, Rare Plant or Animal Surveys, PWS, CWS, CPESC, and/or OSHA 40-hours Hazwoper Certifications are a plus.

Responsibilities include wetland delineation, function and value assessments, wildlife habitat evaluations, vernal pool assessments, wetland restoration/replication planning and design, project management and team meeting participation, report preparation and permit filing, public presentations, wetland restoration/replication construction supervision, and construction period erosion and sediment control monitoring, inspections, and reporting.


Environmental Scientist/Construction & Erosion Control Monitor

Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's degree in environmental science, natural science or equivalent, and have a minimum of 3 to 5+ years direct experience in New England and preferably in Massachusetts performing construction monitoring or similar environmental monitoring services with a focus on at least one of the following: SWPPP Inspections, construction period erosion and sediment control monitoring, wetland replication/restoration construction and monitoring.  The candidate must be familiar with soil erosion control and BMP installation and maintenance.

Candidate must have the ability to manage and interact professionally and proactively with contractors, subcontractors, engineering professionals, and conservation staff performing construction or related engineering services, and with DEP Analysts, Conservation Agents or Town Planners representing state and local permit issuing agencies. The position requires the individual to be detail-oriented, resourceful, possess strong time-management skills, demonstrate excellent technical writing, and have an ability to work independently in the field. The candidate must have a working knowledge of land development practices, standard construction and engineering practices, and relevant environmental laws and regulations in Massachusetts and New England, including but not limited to the MAWPA, CWA, USACE 401/404/10, MEPA, and ESA.

Completion of EPA's construction training course is required, and CPESC certification or the ability to obtain is preferred.  HAZWOPER certification or willingness to become certified is required.  Additional job responsibilities may include wetland delineation, wetland restoration/replication planning and design, project management and team meeting participation, report preparation, and filing federal, state, and local environmental permits, and public presentations. Training will be provided for these responsibilities as necessary.



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