Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is a dynamic, growing, 100% employee owned environmental planning, science, and design consulting firm with a reputation for leading complex, innovative and rewarding projects. Our unique employee-ownership culture forms the foundation of our commitment to do work that matters, technical excellence, outstanding client service, and relentless professional development. With more than 500 professionals located in offices across the western United States and Florida, ESA has over 45 years of experience providing meaningful solutions and products that raise industry standards. At ESA we specialize in all aspects of project planning, environmental analysis and assessment, natural resource management, environmental restoration and design, and regulatory compliance. Our scientists and technical specialists have provided critical thinking and measured analysis to guide successful policy development, project planning, and enduring solutions. The successful candidate will join a team of exceptional professionals who have built a legacy and reputation for outstanding work on the most exciting, high-profile, and challenging projects in Northern California
About the Position:
ESA is seeking a Director level Air Quality and/or Climate Science scientist/engineer to participate in building and leading ESA’s Air Quality practice within the Northern California region. The ideal candidate will have at least 12-15 years of experience with increasing responsibility related to selling and managing air quality and greenhouse gas (GHG) services; providing outstanding client services; supervising and training assigned staff; and contributing to a supportive, collegial, and fun work environment. The successful candidate shall be a recognized expert in the field of air quality impact assessments (AQIAs) for CEQA and NEPA projects, permitting/compliance under various California air quality management districts, and/or GHG Reduction/Climate Action Plans. Professional Engineer (PE) or LEED AP registration highly desirable. Although not required, we also desire candidates with noise modeling experience (FHWA Noise Prediction Model, INM, and/or Cadna).
As Air Quality Director:
The ideal candidate will possess: