Environmental Resource Manager

An Environmental Resource Manager conducts the management of the environment to the extent of ensuring that ecosystem elements are protected for years to come.

When working as an Environmental Resource Manager, one can enact diverse conservation efforts to enforce that government regulations are properly carried out and that the land remain vital for many years to come. Environmental resource managers are usually engaged in ongoing planning and management of natural resources at advanced levels. Also important is the careful negotiation of company contracts that relate to the lands.

The Work of an Environmental Resource Manager

Environmental Resource Managers have the ability to work with a variety of private, corporate, and federal land owners to improve the the production if natural resources while working to sustain the land being used.

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Environmental Resource Manager

Most Environmental Resource Managers work full-time, standard hours. Out-of-the-ordinary experiences can occur and one must be adaptable to these situations. Devotion to the work truly bodes well for long term success in your career.

Environmental Resource Management jobs often involve spending much time in office and laboratory environments in the process of conducting studies, analyzing samples, and conducting important managerial/planning activities. Environmental Resource Management also includes plenty of field work, as well. One must be flexible about working in inclement weather conditions, as well as potentially encountering challenges such as potentially dangerous animals and known poisonous plants.

Have you considered being an Environmental Resource Manager?
You could handle the planning and management of various lands, including natural resources, and negotiating contracts with companies that may wish to use those lands.
You can work with private landowners, companies, and the government to improve the quality of our natural resources, while protecting the long-term health and viability of the land.
Most of your time as Environmental Resource Manager is spent in offices and laboratories studying samples and planning efficient ways to use the lands, though there is plenty of field work, as well.
Environmental Resource Managers make an average of $67,460 per year (2015), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What a great career!

Salary Information for Environmental Resource Managers

Environmental Resource Managers earn a median salary of $67,460 per year (2015), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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