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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  • 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%
  • Stock ownership program
  • Company paid membership to professional and civic organizations
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Profit sharing bonuses
  • Professional training opportunities



Job Openings

Interdisciplinary Internship

Chesapeake/Delaware Bay Bioregion

Baltimore, Maryland

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. As part of Biohabitats Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program, our Interdisciplinary 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 to Tanaira Cullens tcullens@biohabitats.com and Katherine Bartter kbartter@biohabitats.com or follow the link below.

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Construction Project Team Leader

Biohabitats Construction

Portland, Oregon

Biohabitats Construction is rapidly growing, and we are seeking an on-site and in-office ecological restoration Construction Project Team Leader to join our self-perform construction team located in the Cascadia Bioregion (Portland, OR).  A successful Biohabitats Construction Project Team Leader (CPTL) is knowledgeable in both ecological restoration principles and design, as well as on site construction management. The CPTL role will be responsible for construction and contract management, oversee project preparation and planning, cost estimating, and client and subcontractor coordination, as well as internal team management.

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Junior Integrated Water Resources Engineer

Southwest Basin & Range Bioregion

Santa Fe, NM or Denver, CO preferred but flexible

Biohabitats is seeking a Junior Integrated Water Resources Engineer to join our mission-driven, western team. Project types may include master plans, water balance modeling, rainwater and greywater harvesting and reuse, wastewater treatment, and related aspects of high performance and sustainable design projects. This position will be responsible for design support and AutoCAD Drafting and preparation of construction documents, assisting with specifications, and construction administration of projects.

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Environmental/Wastewater Engineer

Southwest Basin & Range Bioregion

Santa Fe, NM or Denver, CO preferred but flexible

Biohabitats is seeking an Environmental/Wastewater Engineer to join our mission-driven team. Biohabitats works throughout the country and internationally with public, private, and non-profit organizations to restore the earth and inspire ecological stewardship. The Environmental/Wastewater Engineer will be responsible for project management, coordination, design, research, permitting, and construction administration of projects involving integrated water strategies, and specifically wastewater treatment and reuse.

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Engineering Technician


Flexible, Nationwide

Biohabitats is seeking an Engineering Technician skilled in wastewater treatment, natural systems, and water reuse operations to join our values and mission-driven team and support design, construction administration, and operations implementation and management, as well as assist with specifications and cost estimating for a variety of IWS projects.  Projects will vary in type and scale, but will include wastewater treatment, natural systems, green infrastructure, and water reuse.

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Ecological or Water Resources Engineer

Southeast Atlantic Bioregion

Charleston, South Carolina

Biohabitats is seeking an engineer with a solid foundation in the principles of green infrastructure, nature-based design, and ecological restoration projects from concepts through construction documents and implementation. This position will lead a variety of public, private, and institutional projects throughout the Southeast Atlantic Bioregion and the Gulf coast, with an opportunity to collaborate on projects led out of other Bioregion offices.

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Fluvial Geomorphologist/Water Resources Engineer

Western Bioregions

Denver, CO or Santa Fe, NM (preferred but flexible)

We are seeking a Fluvial Geomorphologist or Water Resources Engineer to join our Western Team. We work nationally and internationally on projects as a multi-disciplinary team with the shared passion to restore the earth and inspire ecological stewardship. We approach challenges in a collaborative, questioning, and creative manner that is always rooted in providing the highest value to our clients. The ideal candidate will have experience in core disciplines relevant to the assessment and restoration of fluvial systems. If you have a passion for the environment and a sincere interest in integrating ecology and design, come join us!

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