Since establishing our first local presence in the LAC region in ’s, ERM has enjoyed steady growth and today we employee circa employees in the region. We have offices in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama and Brazil. We are committed to the LAC market and we have been building consulting teams with world-class skills in the areas of environmental, sustainability and social consulting for over 20 years. ERM has a solid client base in the oil and gas, manufacturing and chemical sector and we have been working very closely with our clients, supporting them through challenging times, as we remain committed to this fascinating sector.
Increasingly our clients are investing in the local market and to support the growth needs, ERM is expanding our footprint in this region. We are now looking for a strong client and market leader who shares our passion and commitment for this sector to join us. RESPONSIBILITIES: Undertake assessments to evaluate the potential impacts on the marine environment from capital development projects. Work on a range of projects across the mining, oil and gas, renewables and infrastructure sector clients. Utilize your knowledge in Federal, State and Local Government environmental regulatory requirements specially in environmental impacts and biodiversity. Develop strong relationships and communicate clearly with peers, colleagues, clients and sub-contractors. Communicate effectively across different cultural and international backgrounds. Oversee subcontractors and fieldwork including flora and fauna sampling in marine projects. Development of technical reports and technical presentations in both Spanish and English. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1-3 years of experience in a similar role. Undergraduate degree in Environmental, Biologist or related areas. Flexibility to handle multiple assignments while meeting strict deadlines. Excellent written and verbal communication and fluency in Spanish and English is mandatory. Technical competence in undertaking marine assessments to support environmental approvals. Critical thinker skills – i.e. able to synthesize large amounts of data into meaningful outcomes. Demonstrated report writing, data collation and management/presentation skills – GIS skills desirable. Motivated to proactively contribute to a team environment, share knowledge, skills and ideas. Travel may be required, Passport and drivers´license are required- US Visa desirable. Specialist in a relevant field (marine science, environmental science, environmental management)-Desirable. ERM is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.