Jarred KingCESCL

Environmental Specialist

Jarred has more than three years of specialized experience in environmental consulting, focusing on compliance, remediation, technical writing, reporting and field sampling. His expertise spans policy analysis, permitting and navigating the regulatory landscape for contaminated site investigations and remediation efforts. Jarred’s understanding of state and federal policies and regulations ensures successful completion of projects while maintaining environmental regulatory compliance. Hiss experience and skills have allowed him to successfully navigate technical USACE, EPA, BLM and other federal and state agency projects, along with tribal and municipal entities. Jarred is dedicated to environmental stewardship ensuring successful project completion while passionately safeguarding environmental and cultural integrity along with human health.

Education
M.S. Environmental Policy and Management, University of Denver
B.S. Environmental Science, Southern New Hampshire University
Registration/Certification
ADEC Qualified Environmental Professional
Alaska Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead
40-Hour HAZWOPER
EM 385-1-1 USACE Safety & Health 40hr
OSHA 30-hour
OSHA 8-hour Supervisor
DOT Hazmat - IATA
Excavation & Trenching, Competent Person
Phase I/II ASTM training certificate
United States Coast Guard Captain- 6 pack, Near Coastal.
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)- Class B
First Aid, CPR, AED, Bloodborne Pathogens Certification
Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) Qualified
Affiliations
National Association of Environmental Professionals
Alaska Association of Environmental Professional
Rocky Mountain Environmental Professionals
Industry Experience
3 years
  • What are you most likely doing on the weekends?
    Fishing, hunting camping, hiking, gardening or riding 4-wheelers.
  • What is a fun fact few people know about you?
    I travel a lot and like to do wildlife photography.
  • What are you curious about?
    Everything! Conservation, astrophysics, geologic time, environmental history of the USA.
  • If you could choose a superpower, what would it be?
    Fly (no traffic!!!).
  • What are your favorite books?
    A Sand County Almanac- A. Leopold; American Serengeti- D. Flores; The Quiet World Saving Alaska’s Wilderness-Brinkley; and Wilderness Warrior T. Roosevelt- Brinkley
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