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Environmental Scientist Resume

Desired Industry: Environmental SpiderID: 73710
Desired Job Location: Bethel, Connecticut Date Posted: 10/12/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 10/13/14
Desired Wage: 45,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Undecided

• Eolas Environmental, LLC (June 2014 – Sept
2014)- Worked an average of 40 hours per week.
Responsibilities include collecting a variety of sample
types, writing Phase I ESA reports, tabulating data, and
creating site plans.
• Impact, Hollister Co. (June 2012 – July 2014) –
Worked an average of 14 hours per week.
Responsibilities include receiving and prepping
shipment, restocking the sale’s floor, and applying
sensors and price tags to all inventory requiring such
• Staff, Woodcock Nature Center (February 2013 –
August 2013) – Worked an average of 35 hours per
week. Responsibilities include developing daily lesson
plans, and helping to supervise scheduled camp-outs
and maintaining the Center and Preserve.
• Summer Camp Counselor, Camp Playland (June
2010 – February 2013) – Worked an average of 35
hours per week. Responsibilities include supervising,
teaching, and working with children.

University of New Hampshire - BA in Environmental

• Experienced with PC and Macintosh platforms,
including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, the Internet,
CAD, Smartdraw and Photoshop.
• Experienced with a variety of analytical software
including JMP Pro 11, Systat13, SPSS and EstimateS.
• Experienced with a variety of mapping software
as well as basic surveying and data collection
techniques and equipment.

Additional Information:
Research Projects:
• Project CLEAR – Volunteered six hours a day for
five days cleaning up and studying a polluted lake
surrounded by five towns. (July 2010)
• Isotopic Analysis of Arctic Ground Squirrel Diets
and Potential Food Sources – Conducted year long
research preparing samples for mass spectrometry and
then analyzing and presenting those findings (October
2013 – May 2014).

Available upon request.

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