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Junior Wetland Scientist

Junior Wetland Scientist

Role Overview:

As a Junior Wetland Scientist, you will play an essential role in environmental assessments and conservation efforts related to wetlands. Your work will contribute to understanding and protecting these critical ecosystems. This position is ideal for someone early in their career who is passionate about environmental science and eager to learn and grow.


  1. Field Assessments:

    • Conduct fieldwork to assess wetland areas.
    • Identify wetland boundaries, vegetation, and hydrological features.
    • Collect soil samples and track wildlife.
  2. Data Collection and Analysis:

    • Monitor chemical composition of wetlands.
    • Analyze data related to wetland health and biodiversity.
    • Assist in producing reports based on findings.
  3. Permit Applications:

    • Support the preparation of permit applications for wetland projects.
    • Understand regulatory requirements and compliance.
  4. Collaboration:

    • Work closely with senior wetland scientists and project managers.
    • Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams on environmental projects.
  5. Continuous Learning:

    • Stay informed about wetland science, regulations, and best practices.
    • Seek opportunities for professional development.


  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, ecology, or a related field.
  • Passion for wetland conservation and environmental stewardship.
  • Strong observational skills and attention to detail.
  • Willingness to work outdoors in various weather conditions.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork abilities.
  • 2-3 years experience.

Quincy, MA

Full-Time Regular

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