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Job Description


PS&S is an award-winning “one-stop shop” of architecture and engineering excellence. The depth and breadth of our expertise has helped PS&S grow into a firm of more than 260 professionals offering multi-disciplined, full-service architecture, engineering, design and environmental consulting services.

We offer a single source for planning, design and regulatory compliance services on diverse projects across a number of market segments -- education, energy/utilities, hospitality/entertainment, infrastructure/public improvement, real estate and science/technology. Our ability to present virtually all engineering disciplines side by side with our architectural services allows us to respond, quickly and efficiently, to clients’ unique needs. Having proudly served a sophisticated client base operating in numerous industries, we know the importance of developing the most on-time, cost-effective and high-quality solutions to the most difficult client challenges. Our success is measured by the success of our clients; the success of each project is our number one priority.


Position may be based in our Cherry Hill or Wall Office

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Under the supervision of senior staff:

Conduct and direct wetland and waterbody identification and delineation, wildlife habitat assessments, vegetation monitoring and other ecological field surveys

Assist in habitat assessments for threatened and endangered species

Implement field and office data collection efforts, data validation, and data evaluation

Prepare various technical reports

Prepare and direct the preparation of permit applications, including US Army Corps and NJDEP Land Use permitting

Process data, and oversee the development of map figures, data tables, and illustrations

Conduct online research and data searches

Assist with project management and proposal development


Qualifications and Requirements

5-7 or more years of relevant work experience on wetland delineation and permitting projects

Bachelor’s Degree or higher in environmental sciences, wildlife management, biology or closely related field is required

Strong work ethic and attention to detail, with good organizational skills and ability to manage deadlines and accomplish multiple tasks

Strong technical writing, oral communication, and interpersonal skills

Desire to gain additional experience with project management, client development, and proposal preparation

Knowledge and use of office Microsoft software packages

Knowledge of New Jersey regulations helpful but not required

OSHA 40 - Hour Training preferred but not required

Experience using Trimble GPS units a plus but not required.

Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently

This position is a great opportunity for qualified professionals who are energetic and enthusiastic and who like a wide variety of project types