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Allen Engineering and Science is seeking a qualified Wildlife Biologist / Environmental Scientist to join our team. The ideal candidate will be located in or near Jackson, Mississippi. This is a full-time position with associated benefits.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Conduct biological field surveys pertaining to wetlands, threatened and endangered species, wildlife habitats, plant communities, and migratory birds.
• Work directly with state and federal agencies in obtaining permits and compliance related to the National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act.
• Conduct desktop research to analyze potential environmental and natural resource impacts relating to federally funded construction projects.
• Prepare technical reports, permit applications, management plans, and project proposals.
• Conduct environmental sampling and routine monitoring including surface and ground water, soil, and stormwater discharge sampling.
• Work with other project managers in fields such as geology, engineering, planning, and construction as needed.


• Exceptional technical writing, research, and verbal communication skills required.
• Understanding of southeastern ecological processes including hydrology, ecology, fish and wildlife habitat requirements, soils, and plant communities.
• Ability to work in harsh environments and conditions ranging from remote forests to open construction sites.
• Understanding and experience in GIS and GPS technology and equipment are preferred.
• Self-motivated and capable of working on multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced team environment.
• Ability to operate 4-wheel drive vehicles (full size trucks, ATVs) in rough terrain. Valid driver’s license required.
• Availability to travel for extended periods with multiple overnight stays during some weeks.
• Must have a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and ability to work cooperatively with others.


• Degree in wildlife management, ecology, environmental science, or similar natural resources field.


• We offer a competitive salary (commensurate with education and experience) along with ample opportunities for advancement based on professional growth.
• Medical/Rx Insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Insurance
• 401(k) Plan with Company Match
• Paid Holiday and Vacation Time

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references via email to

Welcome to the AllenES Team

AllenES is pleased to welcome two new professionals to our Corporate Office in Jackson, Mississippi.

Andrew Williams has joined our firm as a Scientist. He received a Master’s degree in Geology from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience-Geology from Winona State University. Mr. Williams has a vast array of technical, research and teaching experience and will focus on assessment, remediation and environmental transactional services work.

Addison Black has joined our Engineering group. Addison is a graduate of Mississippi State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Addison’s areas of focus include structural engineering, civil site development, construction management / administration, and hydrologic restoration.


Heat Related Illness

Like many others, AllenES has on-going assessment and construction work being completed in the heat of the summer. We ask for all to please be aware of the signs of heat-related illness and know the steps to take if heat-related illness should occur. CDC has developed a helpful awareness-level cheat sheet to reference.

PFAS Update

The month of June saw major developments related to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) litigation and legislation at the state and federal level — particularly in massive settlements, proposed legislation, and the delay of the nation’s first state-level PFAS reporting requirements.

Are you prepared for PFAS regulation?  With Federal regulations for NPDES, Drinking Water and TRI already in place or proposed and expected to be finalized by the end of 2023 or early 2024, the notion of whether PFAS will impact my bottom line or health is not if but when and to what extent.  Please review the attached PFAS Emerging Contaminants Update to keep up to date on major developments.  AllenES is actively tracking these developments and has the engineering and technical resources in place to help you navigate and correct this complicated emerging problem.

Link: Summer 2023 PFAS Emerging Contaminants Regulatory Update – J. Ryan

For more information, please contact John Ryan, P.G. at



Landfill Cell Construction Project is Underway

AllenES employees kicked off an approximate 18-acre landfill cell construction project in northwest Louisiana by drone mapping the existing road and above ground electrical infrastructure.

AllenES is serving as the Engineer of Record, as well as also Project Construction Management.

AllenES Assists with Chipotle Site Development Project

AllenES assisted Aileron Ridgeland LLC with the Chipotle project in Ridgeland, Mississippi.

We provided: Site Assessments, Permitting Support, and Civil Engineering Site Development.


WRE Project in Grenada County

AllenES is excited to be wrapping up construction on our first Wetland Reserve Easement project of the year. This project in Grenada County will provide an additional 60-acres of wetland habitat for migrating waterfowl and other species. AllenES is privileged to partner with the Natural Resources Conservation Services to accomplish this project. AllenES provided grading, hydrologic, and hydraulic design for the wetland impoundment. Our firm also served as the Prime Contractor for the project construction. Please contact us to make your habitat restoration project a reality.



Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home National Monument

AllenES is proud to have provided engineering, design, and construction management services for the Medgar and Myrlie Evers National Monument Park in Jackson, MS. AllenES was contracted by the Trust for Public Land, working in conjunction with the National Park Service, to construct a community recreation and demonstration area in close proximity to the Evers home. The area features walking paths, a pavilion for presentations, informational signage, and a community garden.

Pictured (L to R): Stacey Shankle, Senior Project Manager, Trust for Public Land; Brad Young, Principal Scientist, Allen Engineering and Science; and Keena Graham; Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home National Monument Superintendent; National Park Service


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