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  • BIOLOGY
  • Nag Pokhari, Naxal - Nepal
  • 2 - 3 Year : Experience
  • Most environmental service technician jobs require at least an associate's degree in environmental science or a related field. Environmental science programs, available at many community colleges, prepare students specifically for hands-on careers in the field through the study of topics like water resource management and sustainability. A bachelor's degree in a scientific field may be helpful, especially for advancement, but isn't usually required for the position.

    Besides education, environmental service technicians often need work experience. Technicians typically start as trainees performing routine tasks under the supervision of a scientist or more experienced technician. With experience, technicians gain more autonomy and responsibility.

    Environmental service technicians spend a lot of time working outside and are required to travel for their work. An associate's degree in environmental science is needed to enter this career field, although a bachelor's degree may be required for advancement.