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U.S. Forest Service Fremont-Winema National Forest Supervisor's Office, South G Street, Lakeview, OR, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Duties Performs a variety of tasks relating to natural resources, i.e., water, land, food, plants, animals, and soils. Assignments are performed within established methods, techniques, and procedures. Such tasks might include: Independently, or as part of a team, makes browse surveys; takes and records data, counts, sorts, identifies species, and performs measurements. Utilizes topographic maps; photographs, and data that identify a variety of natural resource areas and conditions. Uses a variety of tools to collect and record data such as numbers, measurements, weights, samples, and special notes. Makes recommendations for easily identifiable corrective action, based on site survey findings. Summarizes data obtained from field collections using prescribed statistical procedures. Under supervision, prepares data summaries in proper format. Closes 07-26-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque, NM, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This position is located with the US Army Engineer District, Albuquerque Planning, Project and Program Management Division, Military and IIS Project Management Branch, Environmental and SRM Section, Albuquerque, New Mexico.   Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties As an Interdisciplinary Project Manager, you would maintain responsibility and perform oversight for environmental projects and programs. Such projects may involve Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Army, Air Force and Department of Energy customers. Projects may be managed under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program (NALEMP), Military Munitions Response (MMRP), Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) and environmental quality programs. Projects may involve remediation projects that concern military munitions cleanup, fuel spills, and groundwater and/or soil contamination. Projects for environmental quality programs are typically air, hazardous waste, or cultural resources. You will use interpersonal skills to assure managers, customers and the public that issues impacting the project will not affect quality project performance. You will negotiate and integrate all District functions, establish project scope and criteria, control and manage project schedules and budgets, and manage environmental projects through all phases of the project life-cycle, from project initiation through project closeout. Closes 08-02-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Saint Helena, NE, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Temporary
About the Position: This position assist the Threatened and Endangered Species Section in Bird Monitoring and Surveying. This position runs through the summer months. This is a temporary position that will not lead to permanent employment.   *Applicants applying for the Yankton, SD location will have their duty location set as Saint Helena, NE.  Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Incumbent will serve as a Biological Science Technician for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, working on the Missouri River monitoring two Federally listed threatened/endangered shorebirds (piping plovers and least terns) during their breeding season from May – August. Field work includes locating nests, tracking nest status, assigning nest fate, and observing hatched chicks until fledging on sandbar and reservoir shoreline habitat in South Dakota and Nebraska. Work activities may also include determining if conditions that create risk to the birds exist, and providing protective measures for the birds. Incumbent may also assist habitat monitoring crews to assess habitat areas utilized by the birds. Field work may require long periods of walking over sandy or rough terrain. The incumbent spends considerable time outdoors, where the incumbent may encounter variable weather conditions and exposure to insects. Locations : Saint Helena, NE Yankton, SD This job is open to The public U.S. citizens, nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S., and excepted service employees. Closes 07-24-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Full time
About the Agency The Office of the Associate Under Secretary for Environment, Health, Safety, and Security (AU) provides corporate leadership and strategic approaches for protecting DOE’s workers, the public, the environment and national security assets. This is accomplished through developing corporate policies and standards and providing guidance on their implementation; sharing operating experience, lessons learned, and best practices; and providing assistance and supporting services to line management with the goal of mission success as DOE’s environment, health, safety and security advocate. AU demonstrates the Department’s commitment to maintain a safe and secure work environment for all Federal and contractor employees and the surrounding communities and stresses the importance of delineating clear roles and responsibilities and line management accountability for these programs. AU provides the Department with effective and consistent policy, technical assistance, analysis activities related to health, safety, environment, and security programs. Duties As Director for the Office of Environmental Protection and ES&H reporting you will, Direct and/or oversee the Environmental Protection and ES&H Reporting programs and functions, including: Implementation of an integrated approach to customer and stakeholder needs in the development and maintenance of environmental policy, with particular emphasis on sustainable environmental stewardship and radiation protection of the public and the environment. Providing technical support and assistance to DOE program and field elements in understanding and implementing environmental policies and requirements. Maintaining effective liaison with line managers and other offices within the Associate Under Secretary for the Office of Environment, Health, Safety and Security and external organizations to assist in identifying and resolving site-specific and crosscutting issues and concerns related to environmental and natural and cultural resource protection policy. Serves as the Department’s representative on Federal and international organizations establishing public and environmental radiation protection policy. Serves as the Department’s representative on Federal and international organizations establishing sustainability, environmental stewardship, and natural resource protection issues, including the Council for the Conservation of Migratory Birds and the National Strategy on Electronics Stewardship. Maintains effective liaison to Headquarters and field organizations to identify and address and safety culture issues and concerns. Provides DOE field managers with high-quality analytical laboratory data for environmental decision-making, and to ensure that the DOE radiological and hazardous waste streams are properly accounted for, treated, and disposed of in a compliant manner. Sets clear expectations via requirement sets for reporting issues, using operating experience, and capturing lessons learned, etc., provides accurate, complete data for evaluation of DOE work and, ultimately, improves mission performance, work quality and worker safety, as well as generating information that allows managers to make informed decisions that positively affect the environment, the public and worker safety. Direct organizational activities, frame strategic plans based on broad organizational assessments and evaluate long-term organizational objectives. Determine the financial and personnel resources needed to achieve mission objectives and support mission operations; identify the need for major organizational improvements and develops the requisite plans and direct implementing actions Responsible for managing workforce diversity and instilling a sense of community throughout the organization to create a work environment in which all staff members are fully supported. Closes 08-03-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com