Marstel-Day, LLC is an idea-driven, value-based environmental company offering green consulting to the public and private sectors. We provide clients with concepts, strategies and plans of action for landscape-scale conservation of natural resources, climate adaptation, energy planning and "net zero" strategies, water security, smart growth and transportation, and the management of issues relating to encroachment pressures on government and private lands, open space and habitat. Our thinkers, planners and strategists skillfully combine strong analytical techniques with stakeholder outreach and engagement, to devise solutions to seemingly intractable issues for our clients at the federal, state and local levels and in the private sector.
We are also a woman-owned, small, certified HUBZone business with multiple prime contract vehicles. The company's headquarters are located in Fredericksburg, VA, with regional offices located in Alexandria, VA, Annapolis, MD, Oakland, CA, Oceanside, CA, Stennis Space Center, MS, Plano and San Antonio, TX and Colorado Springs, CO. Marstel-Day, its partners, staff, consultants, and colleagues, work in the fast-paced and constantly changing environmental conservation and consulting industry. The Company frequently needs to bring on board additional self-motivated and skilled professionals to meet emergent task orders and contracts. Marstel-Day does accept resumes from all interested persons on a continuing basis.
We are looking for individuals with strong educational and experiential backgrounds related to (as well having a passionate interest in) environmental matters. We seek candidates who possess excellent analytical, communication, and computer skills, minimally having proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point). Individuals with significant and relevant work experience with federal, state, or local government, or private sector firms in environmental management with substantial working familiarity with NEPA, CWA and ESA, who also possess a strong understanding of, and successful involvement in governmental, local or regional land-use planning and conservation strategies, regulatory and policy formulation, together with experience facilitating meetings and workshops, conducting outreach, and developing strategies, policies and plans would be considered for senior positions. Project management skills, a working knowledge of federal procurement and contracting practices, and military experience or experience working with the military are each positive additional attributes for applicants to possess. All hiring considerations are made in line with our Affirmative Action Plan and the company's goal to have a vibrant and diverse professional staff committed to solving the challenging environmental and planning problems faced by our clients.