Browse Average Salary Ranges for Environment Jobs

What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Environment? There are 112 jobs in Environment category. Average salaries can vary and range from $103,916 to $202,173. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from July 27, 2020.

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Alternate Job Titles: Environmental Engineering Technician II | Environmental Analysis Technician II

Conducts analysis of soil, groundwater, or atmospheric samples to determine if pollutants are present and implements appropriate corrective action if necessary. Performs environmental compliance audits and risk assessments. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Typically requires 2 to 4 years of related experience. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks w... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Botanist

Studies all aspects of plant life. Applies a wide range of concepts, practices, and procedures within a specific field of specialization. May require a bachelor's degree in biological sciences. Works under minimum supervision. Assignments are broad and complex in nature. Typically reports to a manager or head of the unit.... View job details


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Develops and implements policies and procedures for soil erosion control, moisture conservation, and sound land use. Conducts and participates in environmental studies. Applies a wide range concepts, practices, and procedures from two or more specialized fields of science, such as agronomy, soil science, forestry, or agriculture. May require a bachelor's degree in agricultural sciences or a relate... View job details


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Studies, investigates, and conducts experiments on different soil/plant types to determine use capabilities of soils, and effects of alternative practices on soil productivity. Applies a wide range concepts, practices, and procedures from two or more specialized fields of science, such as agronomy, soil science, forestry, or agriculture. May require a bachelor's degree in agricultural sciences or ... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Env., Health, and Safety Engineer I | Environmental Health Engineer I | Environmental, Health and Safety Engineer I

Implements and maintains company policies adhering to local, state and federal environmental, health and safety regulations. Involved in the design and development of facilities, work areas and work procedures and makes environmental, health and safety recommendations accordingly. Responsible for preparing, maintaining, and updating environmental policy and procedure manuals. Ensures compliance wi... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Env., Health, and Safety Engineer II | Environmental, Health, and Safety Engineer II

Implements and maintains company policies adhering to local, state and federal environmental, health and safety regulations. Involved in the design and development of facilities, work areas and work procedures and makes environmental, health and safety recommendations accordingly. Responsible for preparing, maintaining, and updating environmental policy and procedure manuals. Ensures compliance wi... View job details


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