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(updated June 28, 2022)

Senior Project Manager / Wildlife Biologist

EcoResource Solutions, Inc. (ERS) is a professional environmental consulting firm that provides aquatic and terrestrial ecological services nationwide. ERS’ services range from high level scientific consulting, wetland investigation and restoration, NEPA and Section 7 ESA, and fish and wildlife management to localized pond and lake management. We serve a diverse clientele, primarily throughout the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains regions.

We are seeking an experienced Project Manager / Wildlife Biologist  to perform a variety of job tasks. We are looking for highly motivated and independent person who is interested in working in the natural resource management field, and who specifically has a strong interest in advancing within the firm.

Position Title: *Senior Project Manager / Wildlife Biologistt*

Classification: Full time, exempt; salary

Compensation: Salary based on education and experience

Overview: The Project Manager will work under the direct supervision of the company’s president and will be responsible for supervision of all staff. Work assignments will vary depending upon different project types, but will primarily include the coordination and completion of natural resource surveys. Other responsibilities include:

  • Daily communication with clients, coordination and management of daily project tasks, and supervision of all projects and staff;
  • Completion of GIS data analysis and map products;
  • Design and implementation of aquatic (fisheries and benthic invertebrates), terrestrial (various wildlife species), and wetland surveys and studies;
  • Project acquisition through sales calls, trade shows, and proposal preparation;
  • Preparation of scientific reports and other client product documents;
  • Completion of cost and technical proposals; and
  • Direct consultation with regulatory agencies and clients with environmental permitting, resource surveys and mitigation issues.

Qualifications: We require that the successful candidate have a minimum of a M.S. degree in wildlife sciences, natural resource management, or related field. However, experienced candidates with B.S. degrees and more than 10 years of experience will be considered. This position requires the ability to work independently (often under adverse weather conditions and in remote areas) and travel out of state for periods up to two weeks. Must demonstrate an adequate knowledge of natural resources and ecology and possess strong verbal and written communication skills. Experience and knowledge of ArcGis, ArcMap and TerraSync are required. 

A valid driver’s license with good record is required and required at all times during employment with ERS.

Knowledge and experience in the following areas are essential:

  • Strong verbal and writing skills;
  • Data processing, compilation and interpretation skills (including statistical methods);
  • Fish and wildlife assessment methodologies and management techniques;
  • Wetland determination and delineation methods;
  • Vegetation survey techniques and species identification proficiency;
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
  • Proficiency with GIS applications (field and data processing);
  • Proficiency with operation of boats, 4x4 vehicles, ATVs, and trailer towing;
  • Ability to perform physical requirements of the position, including heavy lifting, boating, hiking, digging, etc.;
  • Proficient time management skills to complete multiple tasks under tight deadlines; and
  • Knowledge and practice of outdoor safety (e.g., must complete a Colorado boat safety course upon hire).

Application: In addition to email, you may mail a cover letter and resume (submission of a writing example is required for this position to :

EcoResource Solutions, Inc.
5765 Olde Wadsworth Blvd., Ste. 10
Arvada, CO 80002

Deadline: Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.


Because we strive to be the best natural resource consulting firm in the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains regions, we require that our biologists have a minimum of an MS degree in a biology or natural resource management field. Our part and full time field and laboratory technicians are required to have a minimum of a BS degree in biology or related field.