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At BEC, our clients, our communities, and our team take priority. We’re committed to quality and provide excellent value to clients with efficient, creative, and ethical approaches to projects.
Are you passionate about making a difference in the environment? Apply for the positions below on LinkedIn or Indeed and become a part of the BEC Team.

Desert Tortoise Biologist

Required: Bachelor's Degree in Biology or closely related field

Seeking a biologist or wildlife ecologist with knowledge of and field experience with Great Basin and Mojave Desert flora and fauna, including at least 4 years of experience with conducting surveys for state and/or federally protected species, including at least 2 years of experience with the desert tortoise, as well as interest in developing all or portions of survey reports, biological assessments, NEPA documents, conservation/mitigation plans, and other related documents.

Responsibilities would include conducting and/or leading surveys for desert tortoises, migratory birds, non-native/noxious weeds, rare/protected plants, and other natural resources. Would include oversight and management of mitigation implementation, monitoring compliance with mitigation for construction projects, collection/management of data, and development of biological resource reports and other environmental documents under the supervision of a Project Manager and/or Senior Biologist.

The ideal candidate is willing to cross-train into other areas of environmental consulting, including supporting Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments, hazardous material surveys and monitoring, grant application development, agency/public outreach, and/or proposal development.

Desert Biologist / Botanist

Preferred: Bachelor's Degree in Biology or closely related field

Seeking a biologist, botanist, or Plant Ecologist with knowledge of and field experience with Great Basin and Mojave Desert flora and fauna, as well as interest in developing all or portions of survey reports, biological assessments, NEPA documents, conservation/mitigation plans, and other related documents. Responsibilities may include conducting surveys for rare/protected plants, non-native/noxious weeds, migratory birds, desert tortoises, and other natural resources. Additional responsibilities may include implementing mitigation and monitoring compliance for construction projects, collection/management of data, and development of biological resource reports and other environmental reports under the supervision of a Project Manager and/or Senior Biologist.

 

The ideal candidate is willing to cross-train into other areas of environmental consulting, including supporting Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments, hazardous material surveys and monitoring, grant application development, agency/public outreach, and proposal development. Assignments will require driving unmaintained roads, and hiking in rugged terrain in remote locations in extreme weather conditions. Assignments may require innovative project planning and implementation, as well as strict adherence to regulatory requirements; independent assignments in remote locations; and working as part of an interdisciplinary team.

BEC Environmental Scientists working on a construction site to monitor for the Mojave desert tortoise