The successful candidate will conduct field assessments for various ecological projects in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic Region while offering support to projects across the country.
The position involves conducting wetland and waterbody delineations, organizing and summarizing field-collected data, and compiling survey reports. Candidates must be familiar with local plant populations, proficient in plant identification using plant keys, and capable of interfacing with both internal team members and client representatives.
The position is primarily a field position and will require long days outdoors in variable weather and terrain. Projects require frequent overnight travel to various locations throughout the region. Candidates must have a positive attitude, be physically prepared to work in difficult conditions and be eager to become a critical part of the POWER team. The candidate should be proficient with and/or have demonstrated experience with field collection, species identification, working as part of the diverse and dynamic project team, and growth through the development of new skills.