Marine Scientist (Underwater Cultural Resources)

EA has an excellent opportunity for a Marine Scientist (Scientist II) with a broad range of capabilities to join our team in Hunt Valley, MD.  The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting in the performance of a wide range of multidisciplinary projects that include hydrographic and underwater geophysical surveys, sediments collection and evaluation, as well as associated data processing and analysis.

Investigations may include (but will not be limited to) sediment coring and sampling, topographic and bathymetric survey, as well as underwater cultural resource, ecotoxicological, benthic community, freshwater and estuarine fisheries, and water quality assessments.

In addition to field activities, the successful candidate will be expected to participate in the development of study plans, field reports, technical memoranda and other documentation.  These work products will be related to CERCLA, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), environmental permitting and environmental compliance projects.  Duties will include field sampling and survey (upland, intertidal and subtidal), field team support, sample management, data assessment and analysis, and technical report preparation.

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