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Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville or Tampa, FL
Jan 17, 2019
Full time
The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District), a leader in protecting Florida’s water resources, is seeking an Engineer in support of the Springs and Environmental Flows Section within the Natural Systems & Restoration Bureau. The successful candidate will conduct varied levels of scientific and technical work establishing Minimum Flows and Levels (MFLs) for estuarine and flowing fresh water systems. Conducts conventional engineering practices, technical review and analysis, and project management. Gathers, interprets, and utilizes hydrologic data. Plans, coordinates, manages, or assists with research investigations, water resource assessments, or other water-related projects. The District strives to hire and retain outstanding talent within an individual's desired field to successfully fulfill the District's mission. The District searches for those with extraordinary interpersonal skills, communication skills (both written and verbal), problem-solving skills, and a passion for technical excellence. Based on a combination of education, licenses/certifications, and experience, t he ideal candidate will have: 7 years of hands-on experience working in environmental engineering, hydrology, ecohydrology, estuarine or stream habitat modeling, and/or water quality modeling. Previous MFL experience. Strong statistical and software background. Bachelor's degree, or higher, from an accredited college or university in Engineering Possession of a valid Florida Professional Engineer License is desirable. Individuals with technical or supervisory leadership potential, strong ambition, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a rewarding career. The District prides itself in being a science and technology leader in the management of water resources for its sixteen-county coverage area. The District offers work-life balance, collaborative work environment and competitive benefits; including medical insurance, paid annual and sick leave, Florida Retirement System benefits, just to name a few. Essential Functions Conducts technical review of projects within expected time frames and established requirements; Studies and analyzes the physical aspects of the earth in terms of the hydrological components, including but not limited to atmosphere, hydrosphere, and interior structure; Applies appropriate analytical techniques to water resource projects and makes sound recommendations; Applies knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, fluid mechanics, and other engineering, physical, and environmental principles; Evaluates and/or coordinates the planning, collection, and analysis of scientific data; Conducts statistical analyses of databases. Develops flowing freshwater and estuarine Minimum Flows and Levels (MFLs) reports; Develops or modifies methods of conducting hydrologic studies; Measures, analyzes, interprets, and/or graphs hydrologic data such as water elevations, rainfall, stream flows, and changes in water volumes;  Applies appropriate analytical techniques to water resource projects;   May evaluate data and provides recommendations regarding the feasibility of municipal projects, such as restoration projects, aquifer storage and recovery, rapid infiltration basins, water reuse projects, water supply projects, and stormwater treatment facilities; May assess ground or surface water movement to provide advice regarding water quality improvement or water resource development.  May also support springs protection efforts through planning, managing and conducting environmental research investigations, water quality, and habitat restoration projects. Provides scientific or technical guidance, support, coordination, or oversight to management, internal staff, other governmental agencies, environmental programs, industry, or the public; Provides information or clarification to questions from a variety of stakeholders; Reviews, evaluates, and prepares technical reports including recommendations, agreements, specifications, permit applications, contracts, and other related correspondences for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with government rules and regulations while updating key stakeholders as needed; Communicates scientific and technical information in various formats such as charts, graphs, briefings, reports, and/or presentations. Performs project management duties as needed, including preparation and evaluation of request for proposals and bids, scopes of work, contract negotiations, contractor oversight, reviews and approves invoices, reviews final deliverables for consultant studies, and cost tracking against budgeted funds; Coordinates project activities and technical work with other Section and District staff; May assist with surface water improvement and management plans (SWIM Plans), springs protection efforts, and implementation of state water quality improvement initiatives with other agencies and groups; Assists with other Section and District initiatives as required and assigned; Participates in District emergency operations or other duties as assigned. Education Required Bachelors or better in Civil Engineering or related field. Bachelors or better in Environmental Engineering or related field. Bachelors or better in Water Resources Engineering or related field. Experience Required 2 years:   Related work experience in environmental engineering, hydrology, ecohydrology, estuarine or stream habitat modeling, and/or water quality modeling for Staff Engineer position level 5 years:   Related work experience in environmental engineering, hydrology, ecohydrology, estuarine or stream habitat modeling, and/or water quality modeling and a valid Professional Engineer (PE) License for Professional Engineer position level 7 years:   Related work experience in environmental engineering, hydrology, ecohydrology, estuarine or stream habitat modeling, and/or water quality modeling and a valid Professional Engineer (PE) License for Senior Professional Engineer position level Preferred • Strong statistical background and ability to use and manipulate large data sets • Ability to use R or other statistical platforms, GIS, and Microsoft Office • Local or regional field work experience Licenses & Certifications Required Driver's License Preferred FL Professional Engineer
Long Island Native Plant Initiative Brentwood, NY, USA
Jan 16, 2019
Full time
Long Island Native Plant Initiative Inc. Invasive Species Management Program Manager  Job Description BACKGROUND: The Long Island Native Plant Initiative Inc. (LINPI) is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to conserve the genetic diversity of native long Island plants with a particular emphasis on the production and use of ecotypes. The organization’s activities include collection of native plant seed, propagation and sale of native plant materials, and education of horticulture professionals and the general public of the importance for conserving native plant species. The Long Island Invasive Species Management Area (LIISMA) is coordinated by LINPI in an effort to further protect Long Island’s native plant populations through the prevention and management of invasive species. The mission of LIISMA is help conserve Long Island’s and Staten Island’s biodiversity, wildlife habitat, recreation resources, scenic quality, and crop production, while protecting human health and safety, by facilitating cooperation and coordination among land owners and managers to reduce the threat of human-introduced invasive species. We also believe we can reduce the costs of invasive species management by preventing and eradicating new invasive species infestations before they become established. OVERVIEW OF DUTIES: The LIISMA Coordinator is the primary individual within the organization responsible for carrying out the day-to-day operations required to fulfill LIISMA’s mission.  The LIISMA Coordinator provides the leadership and technical support in the development, management, and advancement of invasive species programming and planning for Long Island and Staten Island. The position requires related duties of business administration, outreach, education, management, and volunteer coordination; as well as building and maintaining relationships in the professional invasive species community.  Key relationships include coordinators with NYS’s Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) and partners in the NYS invasive species program; including NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Invasive Species Coordination Unit, iMap Invasives, NY Invasive Species Clearinghouse, Cornell Invasive Species Research Institute, NYS Invasive Species Research Institute, NY Invasive Species Council, and NY Invasive Species Advisory Committee.  The Candidate will be responsible for keeping informed of new invasive species prevention, education, monitoring, and management techniques to enhance skills and maintain/grow professional credentials.  The position is directly supervised by the LINPI Executive Director and the Board of Directors. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: This position requires sufficient invasive species, conservation and natural resource management work experience in order to perform the following functions: Coordinate the planning and direction of a comprehensive and integrated invasive species prevention and management program. Implement property access, permitting, and environmental impact assessments for projects. Coordinate and present programming on invasive species, identification, and best management practices Administer the LIISMA budget which includes budget development, adherence, and implementation, contract negotiations and establishment with vendors, and assisting with grant tracking, bookkeeping, monthly invoicing, supply procurement, and meeting fundraising targets. Maintain and enhance partnerships in order to accomplish program goals. Supervise the LIISMA Educator Coordinator and seasonal interns. Network with diverse groups, including landowners, conservation partners, government officials, donors, board members and the general public to recruit support for LIISMA/ Long Island Native Plant Initiative. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensure program compliance with internal policies, governmental and contract requirements. Under minimal supervision, make independent decisions based on analysis, experience and judgment. Work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain and under physically demanding circumstances. Lead or monitor work groups consisting of staff, interns, and volunteers covering a wide geographic area. Conduct outreach meetings with partner groups, communities, and citizens on invasive species and conservation priorities. Supervise volunteer staff and provide training and professional development. Coordinate volunteer programming. Develop best management practices for invasive species prevention, management and restoration. Aid in the development of ecologically appropriate plant materials for restoration. MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS : BA or BS in ecology, natural resource management, or related field and 2 years of experience in natural resource management. Experience negotiating complex agreements and contracts. Excellent communication skills via written, spoken and graphical means. Experience communicating with the public and/or media both in writing and verbally. Ability to complete tasks independently with respect to timeline(s). Experience using applications such as Microsoft Programs, GIS, GPS, Social Media, Google Applications, and Constant Contact. Knowledge of invasive and native species of the Northeast Must have a valid driver's license. Experience with project management and staff supervision. PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Minimum qualifications outlined above plus: MS in ecology, biology, zoology, botany, natural resource management, MBA or related field. Knowledge of aquatic (freshwater and marine) and terrestrial habitats. Ability to convey best management practices to technical and non-technical audiences. Knowledge of current trends and practices related to conservation, invasive species, urbanization, restoration and natural resource management. Experience with project management and staff supervision. Skilled in data collection and processing of geographic information systems, global positioning systems. Certification as a NYS Pesticide Commercial Applicator/Technician Skilled in website design and maintenance, social media outlets, and newsletter development. Demonstrated success in grant/contract writing, implementation. Experience in horticulture and nursery production. Knowledge of policy for environmental affairs. WORK SCHEDULE CONDITIONS : Schedule : The position is a full time salaried position.  Most work will occur during regular business hours Monday through Friday, with occasional duties and activities on weekends and early evenings. Overnight travel for meetings and trainings will occasionally be required. Conditions: Coverage area of LIISMA extends from Richmond (Staten Island), Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, requiring travel within the NYC Metro region across Long Island to Fishers Island and occasionally throughout New York State. By its nature, the position entails work within both inside and outside locations where temperatures, weather, insects, and other climatic conditions will vary significantly.  As such, the individual must be suited to working in such conditions without undue burden.  At times, this position can require kneeling, stooping, extensive walking and hiking, lifting heavy objects up to 50 lbs, and occasional handling of pesticides or other chemical products. TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, resume, and three references to info@linpi.org as a single document. Please type “LIISMA Coordinator Position” in the subject heading.  Application review will begin immediately.  No phone calls or email inquiries please.
Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust 5 Church Hill Road, Woodbury, CT, USA
Jan 10, 2019
Full time
Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust, located in rural Woodbury, CT seeks a collaborative and entrepreneurial Executive Director with a passion for nature, environmental education and land conservation. This dynamic individual will be responsible for leading the organization to the next level, providing vision and oversight for Flanders with assistance from a small professional staff and many committed volunteers. For full job announcement go to www.flandersnaturecenter.org .   Resume and Statement of Interest should be sent to: EDposition@flandersnaturecenter.org Deadline for applications: March 1, 2019; Position begins on July 1, 2019
Bay West, LLC St Paul, MN, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Full time
Are you searching for a full-time position, with the ability to work outside while developing a career in the Environmental industry?  If so, this may be the perfect opportunity for you! Bay West LLC is a recognized leader delivering environmental consulting and remediation solutions nationwide. With over 40 years of service, we are continuing to grow and expand on a national platform.  Bay West offers a diverse mix of expertise in the following areas; environmental consulting, engineering, emergency response, waste management and federal contracting services. As a "Best Place to Work", Bay West provides company stability, strong work-life balance, a positive & respectful working environment, continued training/mentoring and a comprehensive benefits package. Position Summary : The Environmental Technician provides operations support for Bay West; primarily for Household Hazardous Waste program.  Check it out here!   Essential Duties & Responsibilities Accepts, documents, sorts, packages and arranges for the disposal of household hazardous waste products Greet and interact with HHW customers, determines their needs and answers HHW inquiries Communicate effectively with internal & external customers/clients, in a courteous and professional manner Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment Commitment to work a Tuesday through Saturday work schedule Assists in Emergency Response (ER) activities including determining ER equipment needs, loading ER equipment, and performing clean-up activities Assists in industrial services projects Essential Education, Training, Knowledge & Experience: Associates degree, or, combination of a high school diploma and 6 months of experience is required Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Geology, Geophysics, Geobiology, Hydrogeology, Geochemistry, or Engineering is preferred Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record required Possess or be able to obtain a CDL with HAZMAT endorsement 40-hour HAZWOPER certification (will be provided to the right candidate if necessary)   Essential Physical & Intellectual requirements: Ability to operate a forklift Work environment is outside and subject to working in the elements which can include high heat, high humidity and extreme cold Frequent standing, walking, lifting, carrying, bending, & grasping and other physically demanding activities Subject to a pre-employment physical and drug test and placed in random drug testing pool upon hire. This job reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Bay West is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce.  Bay West is an EEO/AA Employer Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employer. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
King County Seattle, WA, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Summary This internal recruitment is open to current King County career service and Term-Limited-Temporary employees only.  Applications from the public are not being considered at this time. This position will be responsible for King County Metro Transit's sustainability and climate program, including supervising staff, to provide research, policy and program development, analysis, communication, and coordination for this program within Metro.  The duties include leading strategic initiatives and serving as the subject matter expert for multi-disciplinary teams handling technically challenging analytical or planning projects associated with the climate and sustainability program.  This position will also serve as Metro's representative to King County's Strategic Climate Action Plan (SCAP) Core team and will be responsible for working across the department to develop and track Metro's strategies to meet SCAP goals and targets.  Who may apply This recruitment is open to current King County career service employees and term-limited-temporary employees only.  This recruitment is not open to the public.   Position information This recruitment will be used to fill one career service vacancy.  This position is designated exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime.  The position will be located in the Capital Division of Metro's Transit Department, reporting to the Division Director.  The position will sit in King Street Center, 201 S. Jackson Street, Seattle WA  98104.  Standard work hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Specific hours will be determined with the hiring manager and alternative work arrangements may be considered. For questions regarding this position, please contact: Josh Isgur Sr. Human Resource Analyst Metro Transit Department josh.isgur@kingcounty.gov   206-477-7641   Job Duties Job duties for this position may include:   Lead King County Metro Transit's department-wide Sustainability Program, including relevant report preparation, documentation and information gathering. Identify environmental and/or sustainability issues om Metro projects/programs that affect the division's sustainability. Make recommendations on policy, procedures and operational actions. Plan and coordinate implementation of the King County Strategic climate Action Plan for Metro. Responsible for hiring, performance management, discipline, and termination of staff. Represent and/or ensure Metro's interests are represented in interdepartmental and Executive Office led projects, working groups and committees.  Lead and/or co-lead countywide goal area team(s) responsible for reporting on and updating specific components of the Strategic Climate Action Plan. Serve as the technical expert advisor and provide support in the area of sustainability as needed to the Capital Division Director and other members of Metro's leadership.  Conduct and supervise the research and analysis of environmental and climate related issues or topics related to Metro and make recommendations on appropriate actions. Responsible for updating, tracking results and coordinating implementation of Metro's Sustainability Plan to ensure all three pillars of sustainability are addressed, including environmental, social equity and economic issues. Monitor the department's adherence to the plan and report annually on the department's efforts. Responsible for providing technical and policy support for climate and sustainability programs and initiatives developed, implemented and/or managed by transit divisions such as those related to the King County Green Building Ordinance, renewable energy and energy conservation, zero-emission fleets, utility rebates or other programs that support the department's sustainability efforts.  Liaise across Metro divisions to ensure coordination and information sharing on topics relevant to sustainability. Lead and facilitate Metro's Sustainability Program Steering Committee and Employee Green Team meetings.  Other duties as assigned. Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills Minimum Qualifications A bachelor's degree in environmental science, sustainability, planning or closely related field or equivalent combination of experience and education, and five years of increasingly responsible experience in sustainability program management, OR any equivalent combination of experience and education which provides the applicant with the skills, knowledge and abilities required to perform the work.    Additional minimum requirements are: Experience developing and implementing sustainability programs for transit Experience coordinating and leading multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary project teams Current and strong knowledge of environmental sustainability principles and terms, ability to interpret environmental sustainability information and ability to assess both quantitative and measurable facets of a sustainability program Knowledge of research methods and project management principles Skill in facilitation, coordination and negotiation to engage and ensure timely accomplishment of work goals throughout the agency Demonstrated excellent written and oral communications and presentation skills, including a range of writing ability that spans writing executive summaries to sharing information with front line employees Skills in data analysis and problem solving, experience with quantitative and qualitative data analysis for decision making and greenhouse gas emissions calculations Skills in program evaluation, advocacy and promotion Skill in working with individuals from diverse backgrounds including elected officials, County management, and the general public Skill in convincing others to initiate action Skill in building consensus among individuals with competing viewpoint and opinions Skill in communicating information to non-technical audiences Skills in data analysis and problem solving; experience with quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and greenhouse gas emissions calculations Skills in program evaluation, advocacy and promotion Skills in gathering, manipulating and using computerized data utilizing MS Excel Skill in managing multiple tasks within deadlines Ability to manage and prioritize a diverse workload to accomplish tasks on defined timelines Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Outlook  Desirable qualifications (not required) A Master's Degree in environmental science, sustainability, planning, or closely related field  Knowledge of general government principles and procedures Knowledge of specific programs such as LEED, Green Built Environmental Programs and ISO 14001 Skills in applying marketing principles Skills in statistical analysis Skills in delivering employee trainings Education, course work and experience in energy efficiency, resource conservation, climate change or similar fields Familiarity with the American Public Transportation Association's Sustainability Commitment Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Agriculture United States
Jan 08, 2019
Graduate Assistant/Fellowship
Many vacancies in some of the following locations: Adams County, CO Alamosa County, CO Archuleta County, CO Baca County, CO Delta County, CO Douglas County, CO Garfield County, CO Gunnison County, CO Jackson County, CO Jefferson County, CO La Plata County, CO Larimer County, CO Logan County, CO Mesa County, CO Montezuma County, CO Montrose County, CO Morgan County, CO Phillips County, CO Pueblo County, CO Rio Grande County, CO Teller County, CO Washington County, CO Weld County, CO Ada County, ID Bannock County, ID Bear Lake County, ID Bingham County, ID Blaine County, ID Bonner County, ID Bonneville County, ID Canyon County, ID Cassia County, ID Clark County, ID Clearwater County, ID Elmore County, ID Idaho County, ID Kootenai County, ID Latah County, ID Lemhi County, ID Lewis County, ID Twin Falls County, ID Valley County, ID Beaverhead County, MT Big Horn County, MT Blaine County, MT Broadwater County, MT Cascade County, MT Custer County, MT Dawson County, MT Deer Lodge County, MT Flathead County, MT Gallatin County, MT Garfield County, MT Granite County, MT Hill County, MT Judith Basin County, MT Lewis and Clark County, MT Liberty County, MT Lincoln County, MT Missoula County, MT Park County, MT Powell County, MT Ravalli County, MT Richland County, MT Rosebud County, MT Sweet Grass County, MT Teton County, MT Valley County, MT Yellowstone County, MT Adams County, ND Bottineau County, ND Burke County, ND Burleigh County, ND Cass County, ND Dunn County, ND Grand Forks County, ND Hettinger County, ND Kidder County, ND McKenzie County, ND Morton County, ND Pembina County, ND Ransom County, ND Richland County, ND Sheridan County, ND Stark County, ND Steele County, ND Stutsman County, ND Beadle County, SD Brookings County, SD Custer County, SD Davison County, SD Day County, SD Gregory County, SD Hughes County, SD Lake County, SD Lawrence County, SD Meade County, SD Perkins County, SD Roberts County, SD Spink County, SD Tripp County, SD Box Elder County, UT Cache County, UT Carbon County, UT Duchesne County, UT Emery County, UT Garfield County, UT Iron County, UT Millard County, UT Salt Lake County, UT San Juan County, UT Sanpete County, UT Sevier County, UT Summit County, UT Tooele County, UT Uintah County, UT Utah County, UT Weber County, UT Albany County, WY Big Horn County, WY Converse County, WY Fremont County, WY Johnson County, WY Laramie County, WY Park County, WY Sheridan County, WY Sublette County, WY Uinta County, WY Washakie County, WY Summary Positions are being filled under the Pathways Student Internship Authority which is designed to provide students enrolled in a variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore federal careers while in school. IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE:   The first referral of candidates will be made from applications received by 11:59 PM EST, December 9, 2018; subsequent cut off dates and referrals will be made as vacancies occur. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent of this position performs a variety of clearly defined tasks within one or more functional areas of biological sciences. Biological sciences include forestry, rangeland management, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, recreation, natural resources management, biological sciences, and other related disciplines. Assignments will vary by Agency and setting. The major duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Develops and applies knowledge of principles, concepts, work processes, and regulations of one or more functional areas of biological science. Assists in one or more phases of the research process. Performs routine techniques using a variety of specialized equipment. Records instrument readings, collects samples, and takes measurements. Maintains inventory of chemical and biological materials. Maintains work area in a neat and orderly manner Forest Service incumbents in wildland fire management may also perform the following: Develops and applies knowledge of fuels management and fire suppression techniques. Cleans, reconditions, and stores fire tools and equipment. Serves as a member of fire crew assigned to suppress wildland fires. Reviews detailed procedural instructions and receives in-depth on-the-job and formal classroom training. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
San José San Jose, CA, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Full time
Positions & Duties The Environmental Services Department (ESD) is recruiting for a Biologist with our Wastewater Compliance Group in the Sustainability and Compliance Division (SCD).  Under general supervision of the Supervising Environmental Services Specialist, the Biologist performs professional and technical work of moderate difficulty to support regulatory compliance and special studies at the Facility.  The position performs fieldwork in the lower South San Francisco Bay and tributary areas with occasional work in an environmental laboratory.  Fieldwork involves performing clean sampling techniques for water and sediment sampling for chemical and environmental quality measurements.  Qualitative and quantitative water quality, biological, chemical analysis and sample collection in marine and freshwater environments, oftentimes aboard a boat.  Laboratory work includes calibrating and maintaining sampling and monitoring equipment, and mathematical or statistical analysis of monitoring results.  This position conducts a variety of technical and specialized analyses and studies to evaluate future compliance with new and proposed environmental regulations, assessing environmental conditions, and supports programs that affect City of San Jose operations.  This position also participates on assigned technical teams as a responsible, proactive, and professional member. Typical duties for this position may include: •Performs sampling of estuarine water using oceanographic sampling equipment. •Collects water quality data using laboratory and field instrumentation and wet chemistry techniques for water quality measurements. •Performs research related chemical, biological, and toxicological analyses of water, wastewater, sediment, and air. •Determines sampling procedures and protocols, implements quality assurance/quality control program, and recommends procedures for implementation into laboratory and field operations. •Compiles records and manages laboratory data and records relating to work performed. •May train or lead laboratory technicians, interns, or junior staff in biological, chemical, or toxicological studies or analyses. •Evaluates data, sample collection and sample analysis performed by contractors and in-house laboratory staff. •Collects, monitors, analyzes, and evaluates environmental program data using a variety of modeling and statistical methods and techniques. •Represents ESD and SCD at conferences, public forums, and with inter-agency groups and committees; may conduct presentations related to City's environmental programs. •Researches and prepares technical reports as a member of assigned technical teams; prepares written correspondence as necessary. •Participates with other city departments, community service providers, consultants, other jurisdictions and agencies in environmental program development and coordination efforts, including pollution prevention outreach and messaging. This recruitment may be used to fill multiple positions in this, or other divisions or departments. If you are interested in employment in this classification, you should apply to ensure you are considered for additional opportunities that may utilize the applicants from this recruitment. Minimum Qualifications Education:  Bachelor of Science degree in biology, marine biology, ecology, or a related discipline. Experience:  Two (2) years of professional experience working in a laboratory environment.  Field work experience for this position is highly desirable. Employment Eligibility:  Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country. Please be informed that the City of San Jose will NOT sponsor, represent, or sign any documents related to visa applications/transfers for H1-B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application. Competencies The ideal candidate will possess the following competencies, as demonstrated in past and current employment history. Desirable competencies for this position include: Job Expertise - Demonstrates knowledge of and experience with applicable professional/technical principles and practices; knowledge of Citywide and departmental procedures/policies as well as relevant Federal and State rules and regulations; including: •Knowledge of local, state and federal environmental regulations. •Knowledge of principles of marine biology, aquatic toxicology, ecology, limnology and chemistry. •Knowledge of modern laboratory and field procedures, techniques and equipment and ability to utilize field sampling equipment for the collection and analysis of water, sediment, and biota. •Ability to analyze data and interpret and evaluate technical information and problem solve technical issues. •Ability to prepare clear, accurate and concise written technical reports. •Ability to work on board a boat. Communication Skills - effectively conveys information and expresses thoughts and facts clearly, orally and in writing; demonstrates effective use of listening skills; displays openness to other people’s ideas and thoughts. Analytical Thinking - approaches a problem or situation by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach. Getting Results - seeks to accomplish critical tasks with measurable results; develops clear and challenging but achievable personal and organizational goals. Initiative - exhibits a workplace behavior that includes a proactive approach of anticipating and planning to meet expected goals, as well as persisting in overcoming challenges that arise that would otherwise delay the completion of tasks and goals; displays an overall commitment to improving their work environment and process. Problem Solving - approaches a situation or problem by defining the problem or issue; determines the significance of problem; collects information; uses logic and intuition to arrive at decisions or solutions to problems that achieve the desired outcome. Reliability - completes quality work assignments in a timely and efficient manner; fulfills responsibilities and maintains confidentiality as appropriate. Team Work & Interpersonal Skills - develops effective relationships with co-workers and supervisors by helping others accomplish tasks and using collaboration and conflict resolution skills. The job ID for this position is   1900019 . to view the full job announcement and to apply for this position, please visit https://sanjoseca.gov/citycareers. If you have questions about the duties of these positions, the selection or hiring processes, please contact Myphuong.Truong@sanjoseca.gov Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Ecology and Environment, Inc. Lakewood, CO, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Full time
Gustavson Associates LLC, a subsidiary of Ecology and Environment, Inc., is seeking an experienced Minerals Geologist in our Lakewood, CO office. This position will be responsible for providing support for a variety of geological modeling and mineral resource estimation projects.  Our successful candidate will have a broad knowledge of physical and economic geology with strong analytical and computing skills.   The ability to work effectively in a multifunctional team is key. Responsibilities : ·          Provide geologic and structural interpretation and modeling services ·          Geologic database and QA/QC review in advance of resource modelling efforts ·          Statistical and geostatistical analysis of sample/drill hole data ·          Construction of computerized models of ore deposits and analysis of ore deposits from both a depositional and economic viewpoint ·          Understand mining methods sufficiently to interpret the adequacy of a model for the proposed mine production ·          Preparation of written presentations including memoranda, large reports, and client presentations Requirements : ·          Bachelor’s degree in Geology or Geologic Engineering ·          Minimum of 5 years’ experience including relevant experience in an operating mine or exploration group ·          An understanding of mine operational reality and the ability to analyze conflicting points of view ·          The conceptual understanding of the work required to initiate and complete analytical studies ·          Solid understanding of data and database structure as related to geological drilling databases ·          Excellent computer skills including  proficiency in a computerized mine modeling system (i.e., GEMS, MineSight, Datamine, Vulcan, or another related system) and proficiency in Microsoft 2010 Office Excel, Outlook, and Word ·          Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, leadership, and client interaction/communication skills ·          Ability to establish respect, trust and teamwork with the ability to work independently and as part of a team ·          An achievement-oriented and highly motivated individual with a high degree of attention to detail ·          Ability to travel to support business needs ·          Fluency in English is required; proficiency in a second language is a plus. We are a global network of engineers, geologists and appraisers, dedicated to working with our clients to develop technically sound, science-based solutions to safe, efficient, and economic resource development and mining operations. Candidates must be eligible to work in the U.S.; Visa sponsorship will not be provided. Please view our website at  www.ene.com  to apply on-line. Local candidates preferred. Ecology and Environment, Inc. is an EO and AA employer – M/F/Vets/Disabled/and other protected categories. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Agriculture United States
Jan 08, 2019
Internship- Paid
Many vacancies in some of the following locations: Boone County, IA Bremer County, IA Butler County, IA Carroll County, IA Cass County, IA Cherokee County, IA Clayton County, IA Crawford County, IA Decatur County, IA Delaware County, IA Dickinson County, IA Fayette County, IA Humboldt County, IA Iowa County, IA Jasper County, IA Jefferson County, IA Jones County, IA Linn County, IA Louisa County, IA Madison County, IA Marshall County, IA Mills County, IA Monroe County, IA Montgomery County, IA Muscatine County, IA Page County, IA Plymouth County, IA Polk County, IA Poweshiek County, IA Scott County, IA Story County, IA Union County, IA Van Buren County, IA Warren County, IA Webster County, IA Woodbury County, IA Barton County, KS Brown County, KS Cloud County, KS Dickinson County, KS Ellis County, KS Finney County, KS Ford County, KS Hodgeman County, KS Kingman County, KS Logan County, KS Lyon County, KS Marion County, KS Montgomery County, KS Nemaha County, KS Neosho County, KS Osborne County, KS Pratt County, KS Reno County, KS Riley County, KS Saline County, KS Shawnee County, KS Sherman County, KS Adair County, MO Audrain County, MO Bollinger County, MO Boone County, MO Buchanan County, MO Callaway County, MO Cape Girardeau County, MO Cass County, MO Chariton County, MO Christian County, MO Clay County, MO Dade County, MO Dent County, MO Greene County, MO Henry County, MO Howard County, MO Howell County, MO Livingston County, MO Marion County, MO Miller County, MO Moniteau County, MO Nodaway County, MO Pettis County, MO Phelps County, MO Randolph County, MO Ripley County, MO Saint Charles County, MO Saint Louis County, MO Stoddard County, MO Warren County, MO Box Butte County, NE Boyd County, NE Cedar County, NE Chase County, NE Cheyenne County, NE Clay County, NE Cuming County, NE Dawes County, NE Dawson County, NE Douglas County, NE Hall County, NE Harlan County, NE Holt County, NE Jefferson County, NE Johnson County, NE Lancaster County, NE Lincoln County, NE Phelps County, NE Red Willow County, NE Saunders County, NE Scotts Bluff County, NE Stanton County, NE Thomas County, NE Washington County, NE York County, NE Summary Positions are being filled under the Pathways Student Internship Authority which is designed to provide students enrolled in a variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore federal careers while in school. IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE:   The first referral of candidates will be made from applications received by 11:59 PM EST, December 09,2018; subsequent cut off dates and referrals will be made as vacancies occur. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent of this position performs a variety of clearly defined tasks within one or more functional areas of biological sciences. Biological sciences include forestry, rangeland management, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, recreation, natural resources management, biological sciences, and other related disciplines. Assignments will vary by Agency and setting. The major duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Develops and applies knowledge of principles, concepts, work processes, and regulations of one or more functional areas of biological science. Assists in one or more phases of the research process. Performs routine techniques using a variety of specialized equipment. Records instrument readings, collects samples, and takes measurements. Maintains inventory of chemical and biological materials. Maintains work area in a neat and orderly manner Forest Service incumbents in wildland fire management may also perform the following: Develops and applies knowledge of fuels management and fire suppression techniques. Cleans, reconditions, and stores fire tools and equipment. Serves as a member of fire crew assigned to suppress wildland fires. Reviews detailed procedural instructions and receives in-depth on-the-job and formal classroom training. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Bay West, LLC Hanford, WA, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Full time
Field Geologist coordinates and or performs geophysical logging field projects.   Performs data collection using various down hole geophysical logging tools including an advanced germanium spectral logging system.  Analyze spectral data and compile Log Data Reports; perform calibration activities associated with the logging systems.  Assists with the fabrication, testing, calibration and operation of the downhole multichannel analyzer.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES   Duties include : Under general supervision, performs geological projects involving the collection and interpretation of data from bore hold studies, soil assessments and fault studies. Assists in researching information relating to identifying geological formations, prepares reports and geological maps based on findings. Classifies soils to prepare geological borehole logs. Applies knowledge of chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics to determine the nature and extent of contamination of soil, groundwater, and underground water resources at environmental sites. Prepares hydro-geologic reports and maps, interprets research data, and recommends further study or action. Conducts or participates in environmental studies and prepares environmental reports. Directs drilling of exploratory borings and wells. Oversees installation of monitoring wells in accordance with state and federal requirements. Collects soil and groundwater samples from ground water, surface water and treatment systems for analysis of chemical composition. Determines direction of groundwater flow based on review of historical records and site-specific data. Determines the nature and extent of contamination of soil and groundwater at environmental sites.  Required qualifications : Knowledge of fundamental principles, concepts and techniques in the field of geology. Skill and ability to perform moderately complex professional tasks under general supervision and guidance. Ability to organize own work independently in order to meet established objectives, using discretion in performing duties. Level of language skills, mathematical skills, communication skills, reasoning ability and computer skills necessary to perform essential functions of the job.  Essential education, training, knowledge & experience:   Bachelor's degree in geology, hydrology, environmental science, or equivalent, or 10 years equivalent work experience.   Preferred qualifications : Working knowledge of the Hanford Geophysical Logging project. Minimum 5 years of field geology experience Proficiency with Microsoft Office Excellent decision making, problem solving and analytical skills. High level of initiative with the ability to act with a sense of urgency. Ability to multi task and work on several assignments simultaneously. 40-hour HAZWOPER, current on 8-hour refresher Radiological Worker II, Hanford  Essential physical and intellectual abilities: Excellent verbal and written communications skills Organizational skills Attention to detail Ability to meet deadlines Creative problem-solving skills Frequent standing, walking, lifting, carrying, bending, and grasping Work environment can include high heat, high humidity, and extreme cold Frequently lifts up to 25 pounds; occasionally lifts up to 50 pounds  Essential Travel Requirements: None  Essential Work Schedule Requirements: Flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Lino Lakes MN Lino Lakes, MN, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Internship- Paid
Job Posting General Duties: The City of Lino Lakes takes significant pride in its efforts to reduce waste and promote recycling. The City is seeking a motivated individual to assist with a variety of community recycling programs and projects. These initiatives are aimed at promoting reuse, waste reduction, recycling, and community outreach. This position helps lead the City's initiatives by organizing fix-it clinics, maintaining the organic recycling program, and promoting waste abatement education. This internship provides a great opportunity to be exposed to working with the public, planning and implementing recycling initiatives, collaborating with a disparate group of stakeholders, and learning waste management policy at the municipality level.   This is a part-time internship. Flexible hours M-F, one Saturday required a month for Recycling Saturdays, and occasional evenings as needed.   Hourly rate of $12.00; no benefits.   Minimum Qualifications:   High school diploma or equivalent, availability to work up to 29 hours per week, a valid driver's license, and good driving record. Applicants should also possess, or be in the process of obtaining, a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science related to Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Studies, or a related field.   Desired Traits:   A highly organized individual with excellent time management and prioritization skills. Upbeat, friendly personality, who has the ability to get people excited about recycling. Good communication skills. Self-motivated, passionate about waste abatement, and enjoys motivating others to make a change.   Apply:   Resume, cover letter, and application required. For an application, please visit the City's website:   www.ci.lino-lakes.mn.us/employment . Please email application materials to the Human Resources Manager at   kbartholomew@linolakes.us Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Washington Department of Natural Resources Olympia, WA, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Full time
POSITION PROFILE:   These Compliance Team Leader positions, Natural Resource Specialist 2 (NRS2), report to the Dive Team Safety Supervisor (NRS5) within the Geoduck Fishery Compliance section of the Natural Resources Police unit, and leads four (4) Compliance Officers (NRS1's) who perform daily contract compliance and diving activities.    The incumbent leads one of two field oriented work units that monitor the Commercial Wildstock Geoduck Fishery for DNR.  Each of these work units is comprised of a Compliance Team Leader (NRS2) and the Compliance Officers who collectively perform daily activities as Compliance Officers and Divers in overseeing the state's enforcement of contractual agreements for the Wild Stock Commercial Geoduck Fishery.  This position routinely transitions between work units as lead and functions cohesively as part of a single compliance team and accomplish assigned tasks and perform operations.  Performs professional and skilled technical functions and contract administration duties throughout Puget Sound and other navigable marine waters of the state.  All diving is conducted under the established DNR policies described in the DNR Dive Safety Manual.  This position is assigned responsibility to specific pieces of DNR equipment used in managing the state Geoduck Fishery (example: DNR compliance vessel). Qualifications REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Key Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of state personnel system.  Provides leadership, mentor's and supports employees.  Supports a diverse work force, including affirmative action, interpersonal communication, delegating responsibility and authority, mentoring and supporting employees, creating common goals and providing leadership. Experienced SCUBA Diver with documented Training and Experience in scientific, commercial, technical, or advanced recreational diving activities acceptable to the DNR Dive Team Supervisors. Ability to safely trailer, tow, and operate vessels in a variety of weather and traffic conditions. Ability to track vessels, crewmembers & divers, record and correctly calculate weights to verify shellfish catch records (fish tickets), and to fully complete daily vessel logs. Ability to think clearly, communicates effectively and concisely, and takes appropriate action under both normal working conditions and under adverse conditions or emergency response situations. Ability to operate GPS-chart plotter, Radar, VHF radios and other communication devices such as cell phones or emergency beacons. Ability to write reports clearly and concisely. Ability to use the Microsoft Suite including Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point programs.   These knowledge and skills are demonstrated through the ability of the incumbent to : Work under minimal supervision within established procedures, methods and standards; Provide direct supervision to one or more staff in a lead role as the vessel operator or DPIC; Use tactful thinking to address various personnel and customer service issues; and Implement management goals, strategies, policies, and resources allocation.   The listed knowledge and skills are typically achieved by individuals that have : A combination of four years of education and/or paid work experience in aquaculture, fisheries, forestry, business, criminal justice, geology or a related natural science; Accomplished diver with 100 or more SCUBA dives in cold water using a dry-suit and be comfortable in low visibility conditions,   Knowledge of diving regulations (WACs, CFRs) and industry standards related to commercial diving activities and life support equipment maintenance requirements.  Completed an accredited professional or commercial dive school or equivalent military dive training with a minimum of 10 logged dives within the last year. Supervised dive operations in the role of Dive Supervisor / Designated-Person-In-Charge (DPIC).  Dive supervisory experience should include dive team assignments, planning and operations, personnel training, record-keeping and equipment acquisition and repair. Attended manufacturer specific dive gear/support equipment repair certification courses and maintained dive equipment and associated records for an organization. Describe any additional position-specific key behaviors required to perform the essential functions described above: Demonstrates an attitude that safety and documentation are essential to the tasks getting accomplished.  Maintains confidentiality on fishery enforcement issues. Ability to work closely with co-workers on a vessel and maintain appropriate work relationships. Maintains distant but professional relationships with all members of the Geoduck industry and known associates.   DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of Department of Fish & Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Health regulations pertaining to the harvesting and transporting of shellfish. General working knowledge of Tribal Treaty Rights in Washington State as part of the "Boldt" and "Rafeedie" decisions. Knowledge of USCG regulations pertaining to navigation and a minimum of at least one-year experience operating a vessel in marine waters. General working knowledge of the state's Commercial Wild Stock Geoduck Fishery. Knowledge of scientific principles and biology of marine and freshwater invertebrates preferably with an emphasis in shellfish. Maintains a valid Class A - Commercial Driver's License; Ability to tow and operates or crews vessels for geoduck fishery compliance activities, diving operations and required maintenance. Background in contract administration. Knowledge and experience in photography/videography (land/underwater).   SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Must pass annual dive physical exam (licensed physician with a board certification in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine). Must complete a minimum number of twelve (12) dives annually to maintain Dive Team status. Acquire and maintain a Class A – Commercial Driver's License (CDL); subject to random drug testing. This position has been identified as "safety sensitive" and the successful candidate is subject to pre-employment and reasonable suspicion drug testing. This position requires an employee to tow and operate a vessel as part of their job duties.  They must complete a DNR approved boater safety education course; complete a task book and pass a skills test within six months of employment. Employee must read, understand and adhere to the DNR Dive Safety Manual, policies, and operating procedures.  Diving operations may be conducted in low-visibility and haz-mat conditions. Dive Time is paid for at the rate of $10.00 per hour in addition to standard salary. The incumbent in this position is required to travel. Must have a valid driver's license and have two years of driving experience. This position requires driving as an essential function.  Employees who drive for state business, whether in a state or privately owned vehicle, are required to possess a valid license as defined in policy PO02-006 and abide by all other driver responsibility requirements. Supplemental Information WHO MAY APPLY This recruitment is open to anyone who meets the required qualifications for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Agriculture United States
Jan 08, 2019
Internship- Paid
Many vacancies in the following locations: Champaign County, IL Coles County, IL Cook County, IL De Kalb County, IL Douglas County, IL DuPage County, IL Effingham County, IL Fulton County, IL Hamilton County, IL Hancock County, IL Henry County, IL Jasper County, IL Jefferson County, IL Johnson County, IL Lawrence County, IL Macoupin County, IL Marion County, IL McDonough County, IL McLean County, IL Mercer County, IL Morgan County, IL Peoria County, IL Pope County, IL Rock Island, IL Saint Clair County, IL Saline County, IL Sangamon County, IL Will County, IL Williamson County, IL Woodford County, IL Carroll County, IN Gibson County, IN Hendricks County, IN Huntington County, IN Lawrence County, IN Marion County, IN Monroe County, IN Porter County, IN Ripley County, IN Sullivan County, IN Tippecanoe County, IN Vanderburgh County, IN Warren County, IN Bell County, KY Breckinridge County, KY Carter County, KY Christian County, KY Clark County, KY Edmonson County, KY Fayette County, KY Hardin County, KY Harrison County, KY Henderson County, KY Hopkins County, KY Jefferson County, KY Laurel County, KY Madison County, KY Mason County, KY McCreary County, KY Menifee County, KY Nelson County, KY Perry County, KY Pulaski County, KY Taylor County, KY Trigg County, KY Warren County, KY Alger County, MI Alpena County, MI Berrien County, MI Delta County, MI Gogebic County, MI Grand Traverse County, MI Ingham County, MI Kent County, MI Mackinac County, MI Mecosta County, MI Ogemaw County, MI Ottawa County, MI Tuscola County, MI Van Buren County, MI Washtenaw County, MI Wexford County, MI Beltrami County, MN Cass County, MN Cook County, MN Crow Wing County, MN Dakota County, MN Goodhue County, MN Hennepin County, MN Lyon County, MN Mahnomen County, MN Olmsted County, MN Otter Tail County, MN Polk County, MN Ramsey County, MN Saint Louis County, MN Stearns County, MN Stevens County, MN Todd County, MN Athens County, OH Butler County, OH Champaign County, OH Clinton County, OH Fairfield County, OH Fayette County, OH Franklin County, OH Greene County, OH Hancock County, OH Knox County, OH Meigs County, OH Montgomery County, OH Muskingum County, OH Ottawa County, OH Pickaway County, OH Richland County, OH Ross County, OH Tuscarawas County, OH Van Wert County, OH Washington County, OH Wayne County, OH Bayfield County, WI Brown County, WI Calumet County, WI Chippewa County, WI Dane County, WI Dodge County, WI Forest County, WI Grant County, WI Manitowoc County, WI Milwaukee County, WI Oneida County, WI Price County, WI Shawano County, WI Washburn County, WI Waupaca County, WI Summary Positions are being filled under the Pathways Student Internship Authority which is designed to provide students enrolled in a variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore federal careers while in school. IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE:   The first referral of candidates will be made from applications received by 11:59 PM EST, December 09, 2019; subsequent cut off dates and referrals will be made as vacancies occur. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent of this position performs a variety of clearly defined tasks within one or more functional areas of biological sciences. Biological sciences include forestry, rangeland management, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, recreation, natural resources management, biological sciences, and other related disciplines. Assignments will vary by Agency and setting. The major duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Develops and applies knowledge of principles, concepts, work processes, and regulations of one or more functional areas of biological science. Assists in one or more phases of the research process. Performs routine techniques using a variety of specialized equipment. Records instrument readings, collects samples, and takes measurements. Maintains inventory of chemical and biological materials. Maintains work area in a neat and orderly manner Forest Service incumbents in wildland fire management may also perform the following: Develops and applies knowledge of fuels management and fire suppression techniques. Cleans, reconditions, and stores fire tools and equipment. Serves as a member of fire crew assigned to suppress wildland fires. Reviews detailed procedural instructions and receives in-depth on-the-job and formal classroom training. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Agriculture Washington, DC, USA
Jan 08, 2019
Internship- Paid
Many vacancies in the following locations: District of Columbia, DC Prince George's County, MD Alexandria County, VA Arlington County, VA Summary Positions are being filled under the Pathways Student Internship Authority which is designed to provide students enrolled in a variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore federal careers while in school. IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE:   The first referral of candidates will be made from applications received by 11:59 PM EST, December 09, 2019; subsequent cut off dates and referrals will be made as vacancies occur. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent of this position performs a variety of clearly defined tasks within one or more functional areas of biological sciences. Biological sciences include forestry, rangeland management, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, recreation, natural resources management, biological sciences, and other related disciplines. Assignments will vary by Agency and setting. The major duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Develops and applies knowledge of principles, concepts, work processes, and regulations of one or more functional areas of biological science. Assists in one or more phases of the research process. Performs routine techniques using a variety of specialized equipment. Records instrument readings, collects samples, and takes measurements. Maintains inventory of chemical and biological materials. Maintains work area in a neat and orderly manner Forest Service incumbents in wildland fire management may also perform the following: Develops and applies knowledge of fuels management and fire suppression techniques. Cleans, reconditions, and stores fire tools and equipment. Serves as a member of fire crew assigned to suppress wildland fires. Reviews detailed procedural instructions and receives in-depth on-the-job and formal classroom training. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management California, USA
Jan 07, 2019
Temporary
Locations Arcata, CA Cedarville, CA Redding, CA Susanville, CA Summary Explore a new career with the BLM - where our people are our greatest natural resource.   Visit the   BLM California   website for more information.  All positions may not be filled or they may be filled at different times depending on budget, hiring needs, and requirements.  These positions are temporary and are expected to last approximately 6 months. These positions have no promotion potential. To be considered for a higher grade, you must apply for the higher grade. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Biological Science Technicians (Wildlife) assist in monitoring wildlife and improving habitats on public lands. Duties may include but are not limited to:  Research, compile and tabulate wildlife inventory data. Conduct field surveys on for federally listed and sensitive wildlife species. Conduct site monitoring. Conduct habitat and vegetation monitoring. Collect data pertaining to water rights.  Complete inventories for specific species in potential habitat areas, document locations using maps and GIS/GPS technology. Process samples and enter data into databases. Interpret aerial photos, land-sat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites. Higher grade positions my lead lower level grades, plan projects related to wildlife habitat improvement, and create analytical reports on environmental impacts to wildlife. Work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces. Position requires physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Indian Health Service Belcourt, ND, USA
Jan 07, 2019
Full time
Summary This position is that of the Environmental Engineer for the Great Plains Area Office of Environmental Health and Engineering, Division of Sanitation Facilities Construction, Indian Health Service, Minot District located in Belcourt, ND. The purpose of this position is to assist in project development, design, construction, as-built development, and project training of individual and community water supply, wastewater disposal and sold waste disposal facilities. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Collecting and analyzing data on water distribution systems, water storage facilities, sewage collection and treatment infrastructure, and waste management systems for design of new construction or improvements to existing facilities Performs duties concerned with the administration of contracts for sanitation facilities. Attend pre-construction conference and participates in the technical portion of the meeting. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
National Park Service Washington, DC, USA
Jan 07, 2019
Temporary
Summary This position is located in National Capital Regional Office, in the Inventory and Management Division. The incumbent assists in the planning and conducting of biological aquatic surveys to obtain information for the management of fish, amphibians, macroinvertabrates, and aquatic ecosystems. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Conducts field oriented ecological research and monitoring projects work to assess the condition of water resources (e.g. streams, seeps, springs and ponds).   Collects and manages natural resource monitoring data following guidelines established in published protocols and standard operating procedures.   Analyzes water samples collected in the field.   Uses database applications to manage data collected in the field. This includes entering and review data.   Conducts quality assurance and quality control reviews of data.   Plans and implements field and lab schedules with park and regional staff.   Prepares and conducts data analysis for research and ecological monitoring projects.   Prepares and contributes to written reports, resource briefs and other interpretive materials.   Utilizes water monitoring equipment such as probes and sondes to collected discrete and continuous water chemistry equipment.   Prepares oral/visual presentations for park staff and other stakeholders. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Gore, OK, USA
Jan 07, 2019
Temporary
19 vacancies in the following locations: Cherryvale, KS  1 vacancy Council Grove, KS  2 vacancies Marion, KS  2 vacancies Canton, OK  2 vacancies Clayton, OK  1 vacancy Gore, OK  4 vacancies Oologah, OK  1 vacancy Ponca City, OK  2 vacancies Skiatook, OK  1 vacancy Waurika, OK  1 vacancy Denison, TX  1 vacancy Powderly, TX  1 vacancy Summary About the Position:   This is a Park Ranger, GS-0025-04 Summer Hire position for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District. This is a temporary appointment not to exceed 119 days but may be extended without further competition. For more information on USACE Tulsa District please click   HERE Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Patrol an assigned area for detection of encroachment, unauthorized use, timber-cutting, vandalism, fire detection, theft, safety hazards, or littering. Provide information to visitors regarding recreation facilities and aid them in selecting areas suitable to their needs and desires. Carry out fire prevention activities by observing and reporting conditions. Instruct visitors on hazards, regulations and restrictions. Issue warnings and reports violations. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com