Job Opportunity - Environmental Planner III (AECOM)

AECOM is actively seeking an experienced? Environmental Planner to join our Southern California Environmental Planning Group. This is a hybrid role and can be based out of AECOM’s Los Angeles, San Diego or Orange, CA offices.

The responsibilities of this role include:

  • Management and preparation of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents, including but not limited to Categorical Exemptions, Categorical Exclusions, Initial Studies, Environmental Assessments, Mitigated Negative Declarations, Findings of No Significant Impacts, Environment Impact Reports, and Environment Impact Statements.

  • Project management including development and tracking schedules, project budget tracking, invoicing, and coordination with technical staff and subconsultants.

  • Work on environmental documents related to high profile infrastructure, water resources, transportation/transit, roadway, specific plan/community plan/general plan, hazardous materials, and other projects as needed.

  • Manage small and medium-sized projects and serve as a deputy project manager or task lead on larger, more complex projects.

  • Oversee the work of junior staff and mentor others.

  • Work directly with clients and subconsultants; experience working with Los Angeles area agencies preferred.

  • Assist with writing and coordinating certain technical reports or sections as needed, including Aesthetics/Visual Quality and others.

  • Support senior staff with marketing pursuits/business development, preparation of proposals, and formulating proposal cost estimates.

  • Conduct occasional site visits, research, data collection, and technical writing.

  • Attend and/or present at project and public meetings and assist in preparing meeting materials and compiling meeting results, including PowerPoint presentations, and other materials.

  • Supports the preparation of permit application packages, and mitigation and monitoring plans.

  • Review and interpret conceptual engineering drawings, such as plan and profile, to ascertain information required for environmental documentation.

  • Interprets and applies applicable government codes, ordinances and regulations.

  • Conducts research and prepares statistical reports on land use, physical, social and economic issues through the collection of a variety of statistical data, maps and other graphics.

  • Assists in maintaining project records (e.g., electronic filing, basic database management).

  • Attends occasional evening and/or weekend meetings based on project needs.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, Adobe, Google Earth, OneDrive, and other application programs.

  • Other related duties as assigned.

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Event Dates

Starts: February 28, 2024 13:30pm

Ends: April 19, 2024 13:29pm