Environmental Scientist

Wildlife Biologist/Botanist


  • BS or MS in wildlife management, botany, environmental science, natural biology or closely related field.
  • Substantial (2 years+) hands-on experience related to fish, wildlife, and plant conservation and habitat management; such experience may include working with special-status species, conducting wetland delineations in northern California, and identifying region-specific plant and animal species.
  • Excellent technical writing and analytical skills.
  • Familiarity with GPS data collection and navigation techniques.
  • Working knowledge of GIS software/geospatial technology.


  • Conduct wildlife surveys, habitat evaluations, and/or general plant surveys.
  • Conduct wildlife and/or special-status plant surveys and protocol-level surveys.
  • Conduct wetland delineations.
  • Conduct construction monitoring.
  • Prepare a variety of environmental compliance documents such as Biological Study Reports, Biological Assessments, Aquatic Resource Delineation Reports, and Natural Environment Study reports, and assist with NEPA/CEQA documentation.
  • Serve as liaison between various regulatory agencies and clients for environmental permit acquisition and compliance.
  • Team with project engineers, site designers, and other specialists engaged in private and public projects.
  • Coordinate or assist in the coordination of ENPLAN team member actions.
  • Assist with the processing of permits (e.g., Section 404, Section 401, CDFW Section 1600 LSA).
  • Interface with regulatory agency and client representatives on all phases of contract performance.
  • Assist with formulation of work programs, budgets, and proposals.


Send us your resume along with writing and other work samples as you feel applicable. Include a description of your interest in becoming a member of the ENPLAN team, doing the work necessary, and being in the Redding area for the long term. Please email this information to hr@enplan.com.