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STEVEN ALBERT

27410 35th Ave Ne • Arlington, WA 98223 • 425-610-0015 • stevenalbert@frontier.com

Summary: Detail-oriented environmental scientist with over two years of experience with
fish collection and sampling

Skills
 Experienced with environmental  Experienced with Microsoft Word and
monitoring and mapping Excel
 Skilled at vegetation identification and  Proven performer in high-stress
wetland delineation environments
 Strong interpersonal skills  Excellent written and oral
 Scientific and technical writing ability communication skills
 Experienced with GPS mapping and GIS  Ability to work well in challenging
software terrain and inclement weather

Professional Experience
Plant Science Specialist - Columbia Valley Farms April 2017-December 2017

 Responsible for maintaining adherence to environmental regulations and proper


disposal of hazardous waste
 Updated material data safety sheets and led employee chemical safety meeting
 Tested pesticide efficiency and ensured spray compliance with state guidelines
Hatchery Technician - Department of Fish and Wildlife October 2016-April 2017
 Assisted with rehabilitation of Chinook to previously damaged rivers
 Followed proper safety precautions in dangerous work environments (e.g., flooding
rivers, hazardous chemicals)
 Conducted shoreline surveys and habitat assessments
 Worked cooperatively with a mix of local, native and private agencies to accomplish
program goals
 Managed facility and teams of volunteers for several weeks when supervisor left for
emergency medical leave
Lab Technician - JRT Nurseries March 2016-September 2016
 Created SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) for the training of new employees
 Developed work instructions and illustrations to aid quality control
 Responsible for inventory maintenance
 Delegated manpower and supplies to ensure adherence to deadlines
Water Quality Intern – Surfriders May 2014-June 2015
 Collected and analyzed Bellingham Bay water samples for enterococcus levels
 Used GIS to assess possible sources of pollution found in analysis
 Communicated results to public and coordinated public awareness events
Education
Washington State University
Bachelor of Science: Environmental Science Graduated June 2015