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, that empowers you to take on increasing responsibilities and that 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? Unlimited 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.
Even if we don’t have a position posted that aligns with your experience, we accept unsolicited resumes and you are welcome to send yours our way by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although we have no current openings for interns, we believe in fostering tomorrow’s environmental practitioner’s and stewards, and will update our Job Openings page when such opportunities become available.Learn About Our 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 $.25 for each dollar contributed up to 6%
- Stock ownership program
- Company paid membership to professional and civic organizations
- Tuition reimbursement
- Profit sharing bonuses
- Professional training opportunities
Ecological Restoration Professional
Northeast Highlands and Coastal Bioregion
Glastonbury, CT (moderately flexible)
Biohabitats is seeking a restoration professional with a solid foundation in the principles of ecological restoration and applied experience leading restoration projects from concepts through construction drawings and implementation. This position will lead a variety of public, private, and institutional projects throughout the Northeast, which may include ecological restoration master planning; stream, floodplain and wetland restoration; dam removal and fish passage; shoreline restoration; and stormwater management retrofitting.Learn More
Ecological or Water Resources Engineer
Great Lakes Bioregion
Cleveland, Ohio (moderately flexible)
Biohabitats is seeking an engineer with a solid foundation in the principles of ecological restoration and applied experience leading restoration projects from concepts through construction drawings and implementation. This position will lead a variety of public, private, and institutional projects throughout the Great Lakes Bioregion, which may include ecological restoration master planning; stream, floodplain and wetland restoration; dam and fish passage; shoreline restoration; and stormwater management retrofitting.Learn More
Geospatial Data Analyst & Manager
Chesapeake/Delaware Bays Bioregion or Eastern Region
Baltimore, Maryland (moderately flexible)
Biohabitats is seeking a Geospatial Analyst & Manager responsible for data collection, management, and analyses for a wide variety of project types and scales including watershed and ecological assessments, wetland delineation, restoration planning, climate resiliency, and integrated water strategies. Specific responsibilities include providing GIS administration and skills in ESRI suite of products; spatial analysis and mapping; field work support; and assisting in scoping tasks (level of effort and costs). Baltimore, Maryland is preferred but other Bioregion offices will be considered (Charleston, South Carolina; Cleveland, Ohio; or Glastonbury, Connecticut).Learn More