Undercover Professor Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche interviews Jason Milton, Senior Environmental Scientist @ Environmental Resource Solutions. Mr. Milton talks about skills needed in environmental projects. They include field work, writing skills, graphical skills for maps and presentations, client relations, and agency relations. They help private companies to comply with environmental regulations to limit the impact to natural resources. He shares how he learned on the job to improve his project and management skills and provide recommendations to future managers.
Jason A. Milton – Senior Environmental Scientist
Mr. Milton performs a diverse array of environmental evaluation and permitting tasks for ERS. Direct client consultation and agency coordination, wetland delineation with respect to state and federal jurisdictional methodologies, wetland impact assessments, mitigation design/implementation, environmental resource permitting, graphic design and site-specific threatened/endangered species evaluation and permitting are routinely conducted by Mr. Milton. He is a specialist in the field of mitigation bank permitting, and has successfully worked to secure permits/authorizations from the St. Johns River Water Management District, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the interagency Mitigation Bank Review Team for several mitigation banks in north and central Florida. He also acts as a project manager, performing and/or supervising large scale project efforts to effectively execute the entire scope of work involved.