About Us

Do you want to make a real difference...and have a life?

We value your work/life balance as much as your technical expertise.

Imagine going to work each day knowing that you are contributing to the conservation, restoration, and regeneration of the earth’s natural systems, and to the health and well-being of communities throughout the world. Now imagine working for a company that supports your professional and personal growth, empowers you to take on increasing responsibilities, and leads by its core values every day. Want proof? Check out our B-Corp metrics to see how we are doing.

What makes Biohabitats a great place to work? Opportunities for professional and personal growth, amazing benefits including unlimited leave, and a commitment to give back to the communities in which we live and work.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Biohabitats’ career opportunities, please contact our People & Culture Leader, Katherine Bartter, at kbartter@biohabitats.com. Although we have no current openings for interns, we believe in fostering tomorrow’s environmental practitioners and stewards, and we will update this page when opportunities become available.

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Benefits

  • Excellent Health, Dental, Vision and short/long term disability Insurance
  • Unlimited leave time including family leave
  • Generous base compensation
  • Bonus and reimbursement of expenses related to professional licensure & certifications
  • 401(K) plan – employee matching of $.50 for each dollar contributed up to 6%
  • Company paid membership to professional and civic organizations
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Profit sharing bonuses
  • Professional training opportunities

 

Team

Job Openings

Water Resources Engineer

Southwest Basin & Range Bioregion

Santa Fe, NM; Baltimore, MD; Charleston, SC; or Denver, CO

Biohabitats is seeking an entry-level Water Resources Engineer skilled in wastewater treatment, process modeling and water reuse at the decentralized system scale size. The Engineer hired for this position will support our multi-disciplinary team on a range of projects related to integrated water strategies, including water planning, water balance modeling, rainwater harvesting, wastewater treatment, and water reuse, for public, private, and institutional clients.

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Engineering Technician

Southwest Basin & Range Bioregion

Santa Fe, NM; Baltimore, MD; Charleston, SC; or Denver, CO

Biohabitats is seeking an Engineering Technician skilled in wastewater treatment, natural systems, and water reuse operations. This position will support our multi-disciplinary team on a range of projects related to integrated water strategies for public, private, and institutional clients throughout the country. Projects will include water master planning, water balance modeling, rainwater harvesting, wastewater treatment, stormwater management, and water reuse.

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Administrative Assistant

Chesapeake/Delaware Bay Bioregion

Baltimore, MD

The Administrative Assistant will be the administrative foundation for the Chesapeake office and beyond; organizing and managing our space and files, helping implement and maintain administrative systems, and keeping our operations running smoothly from the ground level. This multi-faceted team member will support not only the Chesapeake Bioregion’s front desk and overall office space, but will also play an imperative role in the administrative and marketing need across all our Bioregions.

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Water Resources Engineer

Chesapeake Bioregion

Baltimore, MD

Biohabitats is seeking an entry-level Water Resources Engineer to join our Chesapeake/Delaware Bays Bioregion Team in Baltimore, Maryland. The ideal candidate must have a strong interest in and exposure to ecological restoration, green infrastructure, and nature-based design as well as an educational background in a relevant engineering field. The Water Resources Engineer hired for this position will support our multi-disciplinary team on a range of projects related to stream and wetland restoration; shoreline restoration and climate resilience; and/or stormwater management and green infrastructure design.  

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Water Resources Engineer

Great Lakes Bioregion

Cleveland, OH

Biohabitats is seeking an engineer with a solid foundation in the principles of ecological restoration, green infrastructure, and nature-based design. The successful candidate will support a variety of public, private, and institutional projects throughout the Midwest, from concept design through construction documents and implementation, with an opportunity to collaborate on projects led out of other Biohabitats’ Bioregion offices.

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Interdisciplinary Internship

Chesapeake/Delaware Bays Bioregion

Baltimore, MD

Biohabitats’ Interdisciplinary Internship Program is designed to provide people of color and women with the opportunity to explore career pathways within the environmental consulting world. Biohabitats internships prioritize candidates from HBCUs, HACUs, and TCUs. Our interns gain practical, hands-on experience on real projects, expanding their skillsets and future career opportunities. Please, submit a cover letter and a resume by following the link below. Our 2024 application season has closed. Any applications received will now be considered for our 2025 spring/summer program.

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