ECORP is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic, client-centered professional to fill a role for a Senior-level CEQA/NEPA Environmental Planner/Project Manager based out of ECORP’s Rocklin office. They will be responsible for managing and preparing CEQA and NEPA documents, conducting and overseeing impact analysis, report preparation, document review, business development, and client care. As a valuable addition to our dedicated team, you’ll have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team on diverse projects throughout northern California.
The level of responsibility and performance should be that of someone with at least 10 years of relevant experience in the consulting industry.
Responsibilities will include the following:
- Collaborate with ECORP’s multidisciplinary staff of environmental planners, biologists, archaeologists, paleontologists, air quality/greenhouse gas specialists, and noise specialists to identify project requirements and develop solutions to meet federal, state, and local environmental regulations;
- Prepare and manage complex environmental documentation for a wide variety of local and regional projects;
- Identify and develop new opportunities, prepare effective proposals, and actively develop new business with new and existing clients;
- train and mentor staff on CEQA/NEPA and other planning/environmental requirements;
- interacting with clients (budgeting, scheduling, invoicing, etc.)
Our ideal candidate will have the following experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Planning, Urban Planning, Environmental Science or a related field.
- A minimum of 8 years of experience preparing CEQA documents with a minimum of 3 years of experience managing multidisciplinary projects. The most recent experience should show successful project management for northern California cities, counties infrastructure agencies, resource agencies, and/or private developers.
- Demonstrated confidence in decision-making and expertise in the CEQA process.
Experience with NEPA, CEQA-Plus compliance, Caltrans requirements and/or resource agency (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Regional Water Quality Control Board) permitting is a plus.
Our base full-time annual salary range is $91,000-$139,000. Starting salary is determined by relevant experience, education, certifications/permits, geographic location, internal equity and market conditions. ECORP Consulting strives to hire applicants at a level within the noted pay range commensurate with an applicant’s directly applicable experience and relatable education and certifications while maintaining career growth and employment advancement opportunities. A hybrid work schedule is available; however, work in the office, at project sites, and with clients will be necessary.
If interested, please submit your application, cover letter, and a minimum of two references to: