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Conservation Legacy Salida , CO
Sep 29, 2016
Full time
The Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) is a program of the non-profit service organization, Conservation Legacy, that is built on the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) that operated from 1933–1942. SCC provides youth and young adults opportunities to complete conservation projects on public lands throughout the Four Corners region . While serving with SCC members receive training on job skills, conflict resolution, leadership, teamwork, and environmental stewardship. Programs are developed using a step ladder approach to provide a progression of skill development based on a member’s needs. Members receive a weekly living allowance, training, and an AmeriCorps Education Award (for qualifying individuals).The Los Valles office runs field programs year round. May-October is the peak season during which the region currently operates approximately 10 crews at a time. In 2016, Los Valles supported 110 to 200 youth, young adults, and post 9/11Veterans with crew based and intern programming.Position Description:The Program Director (PD) is responsible for the execution and overall quality of all programs and operations run out of SCC’s Los Valles (Salida, CO) office. The PD manages the administrative and logistical details of the program, serves as the information/communication hub for program staff, oversees operational support of crews, supervises staff providing support to crews in the field, and maintains timely and effective communication with project partners. The position is approximately 80% office-based and 20% field based, with field visits that may include overnight stays.  Crew Leader Training season, April-May, requires a strong and consistent field presence from the PD. The PD must be available for emergency trips to the field.The Program Director reports to the Regional Director (RD). Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Trust for Public Land Santa Fe, NM, United States
Sep 29, 2016
Full time
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is seeking an experienced, highly motivated and innovative team member for the position of GIS Project Manager. The Project Manager supports and leads GIS and planning teams with the delivery of GIS based strategic climate, conservation and green infrastructure planning initiatives nationwide. The Project Manager will work in partnership with TPL teams to implement cutting-edge GIS methodologies, tools and frameworks for conservation, planning, and green infrastructure projects. The Project Manager will lead and manage GIS projects and will work closely with the Deputy Director for Conservation GIS, the Climate GIS Program Manager, and other designated GIS staff to implement these projects. Projects are located nationwide and this position requires frequent travel.  Because the scope of the Trust for Public Land’s GIS work is broad, the Project Manager will be working on a wide variety of GIS-based analyses in a highly collaborative team environment with focused time and effort leading Climate-Smart Cities projects. Cross pollination of ideas and methods among all  conservation projects the GIS team leads is essential. The Project Manager must be an effective presenter and communicator and highly skilled in the GIS field with extensive experience in all aspects of GIS project development, management and execution – including desktop analysis, tool and web-based development. Essential Functions:Project management including project scoping, budget tracking, client management, technical management and stakeholder meeting facilitation – minimum 3 years’ experience.Technical translator including a demonstrated ability to communicate complex technical/GIS topics to practitioners and stakeholders.Very strong verbal communication and presentation skills with the proven ability to lead multi-discipline technical teams.Expert GIS analyst including advanced user of ESRI tools, knowledge of advanced spatial analysis and modeling techniques.Ability to interpret and translate climate change and other natural resources research into GIS-based green infrastructure assessments.Provide expertise implementing climate and conservation analysis in a GIS platform including assessment of heat islands, water quality, active transportation, wildlife, storm water mitigation, vulnerable assets and citizens at-risk.Provides GIS project management, contract management and budget oversight, over large, complex, multi-vendor, multi-stakeholder projects.Ability to use TPL’s project management tracking system Qualifications: Minimum of five years of experience, including three years of supervisory/project management experience.Strong project management skills, including the ability to track complex activities and timelines and work under minimal supervision.Demonstrated ability to work confidently with a wide range of internal and external audiences.Ability to translate technical information for non-technical audiences, specifically GIS and climate science.Excellent presentation skills, both written and oral.Extensive knowledge of ESRI software (ArcGIS 10x, Model Builder, Spatial Analyst, Network Analyst, ArcGIS Online).Expertise in image processing, vector and raster modeling techniques and a sound understanding of cartographic principles.Experience with creating and managing GIS and relational databases -  customizing ArcGIS using VBA or Python is a plus.Strong analytical and interpretation skills.Strong background in earth science, natural resource conservation, climate science and climate change issues as they pertain to urban areas, including an understanding of green infrastructure principles.     Knowledge of and ability to utilize GIS resources available to GIS professionals.Strong organization skills, including file documentation and system maintenance.Ability and willingness to travel frequently throughout the country.Requires a master’s degree in geography, geographical information systems, information technologies, environmental sciences or related field.Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com 
Army Corps of Engineers Nashville, TN, United States
Sep 29, 2016
Full time
About the Position: Come join a team dedicated to protecting the nation's aquatic resources!Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Recent Graduates Program.  Click here for more information on Pathways program participation.  After Program completion, Department of the Army Recent Graduates MAY be converted to a permanent or perm position.Applicants can be selected at either the GS-07 or GS-09 level.  The target grade of this position is GS-11.To be eligible for conversion to a permanent or term position, Recent Graduates must:Successfully completed at least 1-year of continuous service in addition to all requirements of the Program.  EXCEPTION:  Positions in the Instructional Systems (GS-1750) series and all occupations covered by the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) require a 24-month appointment period in order to complete the training and/or certification requirements specific to each occupation prior to conversion.Demonstrate successful job performance.Meet the Office of Personnel Management's qualifications for the position to which the Recent Graduate will be converted.To learn more, please visit the Office of Personnel Management webpage, Hiring Authorities: Students & Recent Graduates.Who May Apply:Positions are open to:Recent graduates who have completed, within the previous two years, a qualifying associates, bachelors, masters, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution.  Short-term training programs (e.g. several two-week programs completed) are not considered an academic course of study. Current students who will graduate within 9 months of the closing date of this announcement.Preference eligible veterans who were precluded from applying within the two years after graduation due to their military service obligation begin their two-year eligibility period upon release or discharge from active duty.  Eligibility for these veterans cannot exceed six years after degree or certificate completion.DutiesThis position is located within the Regulatory Program.  The Regulatory Program is committed to protecting the Nation's aquatic resources, while allowing reasonable development through fair, flexible and balanced permit decisions. The Corps evaluates permit applications for essentially all construction activities that occur in the Nation's waters, including wetlands. The Corps' regulatory personnel ensure that any environmental impact on aquatic resources from these construction activities is avoided, minimized, or mitigated.As a developmental Biologist/Environmental Engineer in Regulatory, you will assist in duties related to at least one or more of the following program areas related to activities in waters of the United States and/or navigable waters of the United States within the regulatory authority of the Clean Water Act and the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899:        PERMIT PROCESSES:Evaluate Department of the Army (DA) permits and modifications of permits.        ENFORCEMENT/COMPLIANCE:Monitor compliance with permits and conduct investigations of unauthorized work.        PROGRAMMATIC INITIATIVES:Complete assignments related to the development and implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements.Travel RequiredOccasional TravelOccasional duty travel expected between 10-15%.Relocation AuthorizedYesRecruitment/relocation incentive may be offered. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) allowances may be authorized, subject to the provisions of the Joint Travel Regulations and an agency determination that a PCS move is in the government interest. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Bee Spring, KY, United States; Falls of Rough, KY Glasgow, KY
Sep 29, 2016
Full time
About the Position: Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Recent Graduates Program.    After Program completion, Department of the Army Recent Graduates MAY be converted to a permanent or term position.Applicants can be selected at the GS-07 level.  The target grade of this position is GS-09.To be eligible for conversion to a permanent or term position, Recent Graduates must:Successfully complete at least 1-year of continuous service in addition to all requirements of the Program.  EXCEPTION:  Positions in the Instructional Systems (GS-1750) series and all occupations covered by the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) require a 24-month appointment period in order to complete the training and/or certification requirements specific to each occupation prior to conversion.Demonstrate successful job performance.Meet the Office of Personnel Management's qualifications for the position to which the Recent Graduate will be converted.To learn more, please visit the Office of Personnel Management webpage, Hiring Authorities: Students & Recent Graduates.Who May Apply:Positions are open to:Recent graduates who have completed, within the previous two years, a qualifying associates, bachelors, masters, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution.  Short-term training programs (e.g. several two-week programs completed) are not considered an academic course of study. Current students who will graduate within 9 months of the closing date of this announcement.Preference eligible veterans who were precluded from applying within the two years after graduation due to their military service obligation begin their two-year eligibility period upon release or discharge from active duty.  Eligibility for these veterans cannot exceed six years after degree or certificate completion.DutiesAs a developmental Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger), you will assist in performing duties typically related to:Providing support to the Natural Resources Manager (Park Manager) and/or higher-graded Natural Resources Specialists (Ranger) in carrying out the various technical and administrative duties inherent to the location;Supporting operation and maintenance of facilities;Assisting with recreational activities available to the public; andSupporting the protection and preservation of natural resources.Travel RequiredOccasional TravelOccasional duty travel expected between 10-15%.Relocation Authorized- YesRecruitment/relocation incentive may be offered. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) allowances may be authorized, subject to the provisions of the Joint Travel Regulations and an agency determination that a PCS move is in the government interest.Job Announcement Number SWGJ160000001794624PR. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
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