Bachelors’ degree in planning or related environmental degree.
2-5 years’ worth of work experience in environmental planning or permitting
1-2 years’ worth of experience coordinating tasks / deliverables with multiple technical leads / stakeholders
Ability to read technical documents on multiple subject areas, understand and summarize key points
An understanding of linear utility construction methods, planning and permitting in California.
An understanding of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) processes, and resource agency permitting, particularly as applied to utilities in California are a plus
Ability to provide quality control of self-produced work products and delivery of documents and tasks that are accurate and well-organized
Strong self-starter with ability to balance work on multiple projects simultaneously
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and organizational skills
Job Type: Full-time