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National Park Service Ajo, AZ, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Temporary
Summary Open to the first 50 applicants or until 08/23/2018 whichever comes first. All applications submitted by 11:59 (EST) on the closing day will receive consideration. Temporary 1039 hours Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Duties include researching, planning, preparing and presenting interpretive programs to a diverse audience. Programs may be formal interpretive talks, conducted activities illustrated/demonstrated programs. Ranger will perform informal visitor contacts and determine to present information/orientation/interpretation during the contact. At the visitor center information desk, Ranger will give out information about park facilities and recreational opportunities, provide directions, answer general questions about the monument and surrounding area, dispense free publications, and refer all questions of law and policy to appropriate park officials. Ranger will periodically need to operate the park radio, answer telephone calls, provide written responses to general inquiry letters, and distribute Division mail. Ranger will assist with Cooperating Association sales, operate the cash register, and may also assist with collection of park fees. Occasional and temporary duties may be assigned as necessary. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
The Wildlands Conservancy Wind Wolves Preserve, California 166, Bakersfield, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Part time
THE POSITION Conduct outdoor education programs teaching children in multiple grade levels environmental, science-based and cultural programs. Topics include ecology, ecosystems, watersheds, geology, animal adaptations, and cultural history. Responsible for providing a safe and interactive learning experience to school and youth groups, and activities and interpretive programs for families and public visitors. Additional responsibilities include greeting visitors on the trail, providing both natural history and Preserve information.   Position begins September 18, 2018 and requires weekend work.   Weekly hours range from 18-28 per week, with reduced or no scheduled hours during school and program breaks. Download the   Wind Wolves Preserve Naturalist Job Announcement   for additional information. THE LOCATION The Wind Wolves Preserve, a 93,000-acre nature preserve located 30 miles south of Bakersfield, CA. Additional information can be found by visiting the   Wind Wolves Preserve webpage . HOW TO APPLY E-mail cover letter and resume to   jobs@twc-ca.org . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Atlanta, GA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Open & closing dates   08/16/2018   to   08/22/2018 This job will close when we have received   100 applications   which may be sooner than the closing date.   Learn more Appointment type Recent Graduates - This is a one-year developmental program which may lead to a term or permanent appointment. Summary NOTE: This announcement will remain open through 11:59 PM Eastern time on the day the 100th application is received (all applications received on that day will be considered), or 11:59 PM Eastern time on the closing date, whichever comes first. These positions are located in various Divisions within EPA, Region 4.  For more information on this office, visit their website:   http://www2.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-epa-region-4-southeast Learn more about this agency Responsibilities At the entry level of this position, you will: - Assist in environmental protection projects and activities related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, or environmental data; - Perform limited or routine aspects of professional environmental protection work related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, or environmental data. You will spend less than 25% of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or interagency agreements. When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses.
National Park Service
Aug 16, 2018
Summary This is a career-seasonal position with the Division of Sea Turtle Science and Recover assisting with a variety of sea turtle biological science projects. Open to the first 75 applicants or until 08/22/2018 whichever comes first.  (Opened to applications on Aug 16) Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Conducts surveys on beaches and the bay to detect stranded and incidentally caught sea turtles. Surveys are conducted by foot, utility-transport vehicles (UTV), four-wheel drive vehicle and boat. Aids with care of sick and injured stranded or hypothermic stunned sea turtles. Responds to observations by other staff and volunteers and aids them in the field. Documents live and dead sea turtles found washed ashore on the beach and bay; tags sea turtles; releases sea turtles; and transports sea turtles to rehabilitation facilities. Performs necropsies on dead sea turtles, collects specimen samples, and logs and ships specimen samples collected. Enters stranding data and uploads photos into a database. May aid with documenting nesting sea turtles and sea turtle nests; release turtle hatchlings and transport sea turtle eggs. Loads and unloads turtles, materials, and equipment, and cleans grounds. Safely operates utility-transport vehicles (UTVs) and 4-wheel drive vehicles to patrol beaches and provide logistical support. Driving is often on remote, rough, sandy beaches. Employee must wear and use designated safety gear. Necessary training, work vehicles, and safety gear will be provided. May be required to perform minor maintenance of UTVs, four-wheel drive vehicles, boats and communication radios. Travel Required 75% or less - You may be expected to travel 10 days per month for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Google Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Google Data Center teams design and operate some of the most sophisticated electrical and HVAC systems in the world. As an Environment, Health & Safety Technician, you oversee compliance by Google employees and contractors with EHS procedures. Your goal is to ensure environmental protection, pollution prevention, health, and safety for all Googlers and Google facilities. Your proactive approach means you are consistently working to improve data center environmental, health, and safety (EHS) performance. You meet and manage all EHS legal requirements while monitoring and supporting all facilities activity at Google's data centers, and always operate according to best-in-class environmental practices. In emergency situations or abnormal conditions, you respond to data center EHS issues and incidents to minimize the impact. The Environmental & Research Safety Manager is part of the EHS (Environment, Health and Safety) Management team and oversees environmental due diligence processes, indoor and outdoor air quality programs, hazardous material management and the implement industrial hygiene solutions throughout the research and development endeavors. You'll provide support to our research enterprise and help keep our Googlers safe. You'll collaborate with our Research and Facilities Management team to create risk assessment plans and deploy innovative safety strategies. You believe that safety is about finding ways to enable safe research in an organization that encourages risk taking and innovation. From keeping Googlers safe and secure to managing disruptive events, the ability to anticipate, deter, detect, and act are the pillars of Google’s Global Security and Resilience Services (GSRS) team. As a member of GSRS you will help develop a culture where safety, security and resiliency are integrated into every facet of Google, including the creative process. You will help us continually identify, evaluate and monitor enterprise risks that could affect business activities and provide business leaders the information they need to make critical decisions. You'll collaborate with cross-functional teams to create innovative strategies and develop best in class programs that drive sustainable effectiveness. Responsibilities Establish a culture of safety through communications and awareness, standards, policies and practices. Work with research units to integrate safety into research operations and promote safe work practices based on regulatory requirements and best management practices. Oversee environmental site assessments (Phase I and II ESAs) and other site investigation/characterization processes. Provide efficient and quality services that ensure the safe and compliant generation, minimization, collection and removal of regulated waste. Collaborate with other groups within Google (HR, Legal, etc.) and outside of Google (Emergency Services and Departments of Environmental Health, etc.) regarding daily operations and planning, identifying safety deficiencies and appropriate enhancements to ensure performance to our standards and compliance with regulations. Qualifications Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Natural Science, Industrial Hygiene or any other related field of study or equivalent practical experience. Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) 5 years of experience as an environmental manager/consultant and/or regulatory experience. 3 years of leadership, supervisory or managerial experience. Preferred qualifications: Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM). Laser Safety Officer Radiation Safety Officer Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Oahu National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Summary This position is part of the Oahu National Wildlife Refuge Complex. As a Biological Science Technician you will be responsible for assisting in operations devoted to the recovery of four of Hawaii's six endemic, endangered, waterbirds. This is a Term appointment, not-to-exceed 13 months, which can be extended for a total appointment of 4 years. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Assists in conducting wildlife censuses and surveys to collect biological data using standard collection methods. Captures, applies visual and radio tags, and gathers physiological and spatial data on wildlife. Assists in monitoring and implementing activities related to conservation, management and/or control of wildlife. Assists with implementing habitat management activities designed to monitor, control, and eradicate non-native or invasive plant species and/or limit plant disease outbreaks. Monitors elements of the physical environment, such as temperature, precipitation, stream flow, snow depth, wind speed, and/or humidity. Prepares biological data using a variety of database software programs for inclusion in biological reports. Enters and retrieves data from geographic information systems (GIS) and/or other information management systems. See GS-6 Biological Science Technician announcement Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
The Wildlands Conservancy Pioneertown Mountains Preserve, Pipes Canyon Road, Pioneertown, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
THE POSITION Performs land stewardship, public contact, maintenance, and habitat restoration. Maintains and improves structures, trails and picnic areas; maintains equipment, vehicles and water systems; and promotes safety awareness among the public and staff.   Establishes and maintains positive professional relationships with local residents, community  groups, educational and  business entities; explains the dual mission of TWC; Coordinate, promote and facilitate volunteer and education programs for land stewardship. Primarily outdoor position working in all weather conditions. Requires regular and punctual  attendance and weekend work.   Download the   Pioneertown Mountains Preserve Ranger Job Announcement   for additional information. THE LOCATION Pioneertown Mountains Preserve, a 25,000-acre nature preserve, is located 10 miles northwest of Yucca Valley, CA. Additional information can be found by visiting the   Pioneertown Mountains Preserve webpage .
Iowa Department of Natural Resources Wapello, IA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Job Description Only applicants who meet the Minimum Qualification Requirements and meet all selective requirements (listed below) will be placed on the eligible list.   Interested applicants are highly encouraged to upload a cover letter and resume to the attachments section on their application for this position. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has two job vacancies for a Natural Resource Technician 1 position, within the Wildlife Bureau, located in Kellerton, IA and Wapello, IA.   The primary job responsibilities for this position include: Habitat Management:    Oversee implementation of management plans to restore and maintain quality wildlife habitats for Wildlife Management Areas. Complete all phases of grass/forb seedlings and prairie restoration and management including planting recommendations, site preparation, planting, maintenance, controlled burning, and competition control; restoring wetlands including topographical surveys, soils analysis, design of small sites, contract supervision, and actual construction; monitoring and manipulating seasonal water levels within wetlands to maintain desired wetland habitat conditions during nesting, brood-rearing, and migration; completing tree plantings and forest stand improvement practices; planting and managing wildlife food plantings with equipment, herbicide, and tillage; monitoring habitat leases; and controlling weeds.   Facility Development and Maintenance :  Repair and maintain all WMU facilities, including buildings, signs, parking lots, roads, bridges, culverts, dikes, water control structures, boat ramps, and fences. Monitor and repair boundary signs and fences, grade roads and place rock, repair and service farm equipment, renovate dikes and access roads with earth movers and backhoes, and replace water control structures.  Responsible for facilities construction. Recommend locations and specifications for facilities. Construct new facilities including ID signs, boundary fences, roads, parking lots, and boat ramps by using heavy equipment operation and supervising contractors.   Project Administration:   Assist the NRT2 with preparing reports, records, and documents. Provide daily oversight, leadership, and direction to temporary staff. Instruct staff on safe work practices and procedures. Communicate personnel problems to biologist and supervisor. Notify biologist and supervisor of station emergencies, property damage, or personal injuries. Attend and participate in all required district and statewide meetings, share and exchange technical expertise. Record equipment use, repair, and service schedules and recommend equipment budget. Record work activities and work product records. Keep banding records. Assist with purchasing, bids, and contract supervision. Attend professional and departmental training. Participate in informational and educational activities such as programs for local schools and presentations at department meetings.   Population Management:   Utilize a weapon in compliance with the State of Iowa's Violence-Free Workplace Policy and related waivers, including taking all requisite training and conforming to written handling procedures for weapons. Trap and band wood ducks, Canada geese, mourning doves, and other animals as part of ongoing population monitoring efforts and research projects. Conduct annual deer counts, roadside game bird surveys, weekly waterfowl counts during fall migration, mid-winter waterfowl counts, and other surveys of both game and non-game species and habitats.  Dispatch injured or wounded animals when a law enforcement officer is not readily available; dispatch feral or dangerous animals when a law enforcement officer is not readily available or as assigned; conduct demonstrations utilizing the weapon; collect samples; conduct research on diseased animals and/or plants; and clear brush to access remote areas.     Key Abilities and Skills Comprehends and applies department, state, and other laws, rules, and regulations relating to wildlife resources management.   Performs wildlife management tasks in all weather conditions and terrains across the state to restore wetlands, construct facilities, manage water levels, and complete and manage plantings.   Coordinates with work team to accomplish wildlife management activities.   Communicates effectively both in writing and verbally.   Uses PC-based software at a moderate level (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access, and various wildlife programs)   Safely operates and maintains motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, trailers, and other wildlife equipment.   Critical Job Competencies Accountability, Integrity, High Productivity, Customer Focus, Team Player, Interpersonal Skills, Communication Skills, Computer Skills, Self-Management, Technical Skills (wildlife management)   Applicants must meet the minimum requirements for a Natural Resource Technician 1 based on education, experience and special requirements, or an acceptable combination thereof, as established by the Iowa Department of Administrative Services. Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain certification for licensing as a Public Pesticide Applicator within 6 months of employment.  Candidates must meet requirements of DAS Selective Certification:  #901 - Wildlife Biology. The DNR seeks to hire individuals who wish to support our mission, which is to conserve and enhance our natural resources in cooperation with individuals and organization, to improve the quality of life in Iowa and ensure a legacy for future generations. The starting salary for new state (Executive Branch) employees will be at the base of the pay range. This position offers a competitive salary schedule and benefit package. The State of Iowa is an EEO/AA Employer. Selectives 901 Wildlife Biology 6 months' experience, 12 semester hours, or a combination of both. Minimum Qualification Requirements The equivalent of two years of full time experience involving facilities maintenance in plumbing, electrical, and/or heating and cooling, or semi-skilled or technical work in a biological, horticultural, conservation, or natural resources program; ORan equivalent combination of education and experience substituting 30 semester hours of college level course work in a biological or natural resources program for the required experience. For additional information, please click on this   link to view the job description   (Download PDF reader) .
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Lansing, MI, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Job Description This position serves as the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) compliance analyst for the state of Michigan.  Its purpose is to promote regulatory consistency, as well as to handle lead and copper data and act as a liaison with the regulated community and citizens.  The position is responsible for learning the regulatory compliance aspects of the LCR, and assisting DEQ and Local Health Department staff, as well as water supply owners and operators.  Required Education and Experience Education Possession of a bachelor's degree in the biological sciences, engineering, physical sciences, resource development, or resource management. OR Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major with at least 30 semester (45 term) credits in one or a combination of the following: biochemistry, biology, botany, chemistry, crop and soil science, engineering, environmental health, environmental science, forest management, geology, ecology, meteorology, microbiology, physics, remote sensing, resource development, resource management, toxicology, or zoology. Experience   Environmental Quality Analyst 9 No specific type or amount is required. Environmental Quality Analyst 10   One year of professional experience equivalent to an Environmental Quality Analyst 9. Environmental Quality Analyst P11   Two years of professional experience equivalent to an Environmental Quality Analyst including one year equivalent to an Environmental Quality Analyst 10. Additional Requirements and Information View the job specification at:   http://www.michigan.gov/documents/EnvironmentalQualityAnalyst_12615_7.pdf (Download PDF reader) Position Description   Please attach a cover letter, resume and official college transcripts, if applicable to your application.   For our purposes, "Official Transcripts" must contain the college/university name and address, the degree conferred and date granted, coursework completed (especially if no degree granted), and the Registrar's signature and/or seal. Information provided in your application, resume, cover letter, transcripts, and any other documentation provided will be used to verify responses to the supplemental questions.  Unsupported responses may not be considered further. Your application for any position does not guarantee that you will be contacted by the Department/Agency for further consideration.  Only those applicants interviewed will be notified of the results. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, Hawaii, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Summary This position is part of the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. As a Biological Science Technician you will be responsible for assisting in planning surveys, habitat management activities, controlling and monitoring the impact of invasive species and developing projects to restore native habitat. This is a Term appointment, not-to-exceed 13 months, which can be extended for a total appointment of 4 years. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Assisting in the planning of biological surveys and multifaceted studies by contributing ideas, determining research methods, establishing practical procedures for accomplishing and reporting the work; and providing work direction and guidance to lower graded technicians and volunteers in gathering field data. See GS-7 Biological Science Technician announcement Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Houston, TX, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Appointment type Term - Term not to exceed one year and one day, may be extended for a total of up to four years, Full Time Summary This position is located in the Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD). CPD seeks to develop viable communities by promoting integrated approaches that provide decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities for low and moderate-income persons. The primary means toward this end is the development of partnerships among all levels of government and the private sector, including for-profit and non-profit organizations. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Environmental Protection Specialist, you will: Inform, interpret for, and advise Housing, Public Housing, Native American Programs, and Office of Community Planning & Development (CPD) program staff on all policy and procedural requirements to be followed in carrying out HUD’s responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, environmental sections of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, regulations and guidelines of Council on Historic Preservation, Executive Orders, HUD regulations and issuances, and other HUD and Federal authorities related to the environment, including wetlands, noise, coastal zones, aquifers, air and water quality, floodplain management, endangered species, and historic and archaeological preservation. Review and concur in all Environmental Assessments prepared by the program staff of the Office where required by 24 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 50 and other outstanding program instructions. Assist program staff in administering the environmental aspects of all programs which permit local entities to assume environmental review responsibilities, and provide technical assistance to recipients and responsible entities on all aspects of environmental assessments and compliance with 24 CFR Part 58. Identify training needs and train program staff and staffs of responsible entities who assume 24 CFR Part 58 environmental review responsibilities on the techniques of preparation of environmental assessments and grantee Environmental Review Records. Monitor recipients and responsible entities to ensure compliance with NEPA and special environmental requirements. Travel Required Occasional travel - One to five nights per month Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development San Juan, Puerto Rico
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Appointment type Term - Term not to exceed one year and one day, may be extended for a total of up to four years, Full Time Summary This position is located in the Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD). CPD seeks to develop viable communities by promoting integrated approaches that provide decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities for low and moderate-income persons. The primary means toward this end is the development of partnerships among all levels of government and the private sector, including for-profit and non-profit organizations. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Environmental Protection Specialist, you will: Inform, interpret for, and advise Housing, Public Housing, Native American Programs, and Office of Community Planning & Development (CPD) program staff on all policy and procedural requirements to be followed in carrying out HUD’s responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, environmental sections of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, regulations and guidelines of Council on Historic Preservation, Executive Orders, HUD regulations and issuances, and other HUD and Federal authorities related to the environment, including wetlands, noise, coastal zones, aquifers, air and water quality, floodplain management, endangered species, and historic and archaeological preservation. Review and concur in all Environmental Assessments prepared by the program staff of the Office where required by 24 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 50 and other outstanding program instructions. Assist program staff in administering the environmental aspects of all programs which permit local entities to assume environmental review responsibilities, and provide technical assistance to recipients and responsible entities on all aspects of environmental assessments and compliance with 24 CFR Part 58. Identify training needs and train program staff and staffs of responsible entities who assume 24 CFR Part 58 environmental review responsibilities on the techniques of preparation of environmental assessments and grantee Environmental Review Records. Monitor recipients and responsible entities to ensure compliance with NEPA and special environmental requirements. Travel Required Occasional travel - One to five nights per month Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Geological Survey Santa Ana, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Appointment type Term - This is a term appointment not to exceed 13 months with possible extensions up to a total of 4 years without further competition. Appointment to this position will not convey permanent status in the Federal service. Summary What General Information Do I Need To Know About This Position?   Salary: GS-11 $69,283 (Step 01) to $90,071 (Step 10) GS-12 $83,043 (Step 01) to $107,955 (Step 10);   NOTE: First time hires to the Federal Government are typically hired at  the Step 01.  There is one vacancy; however, this announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies if they become available.  Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Biologist within the Western Ecological Research Center, some of your specific duties will include:   -   Plans and conducts studies on the Mountain yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) - Conducts analyses, and reviews results of studies or investigations. - Writes comprehensive reports on study findings and recommendations. - Modifies and adapts standard techniques, processes, and procedures. - Leads field work for the Mountain yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) including developing some of the standard methodologies. - Develops plans for biology projects including estimates of personnel, equipment, materials, and schedules required to carry out plans. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel away from home may be required up to 4 days per month. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is located in Pittsburgh, PA with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District. You will serve as a study manager, key team member, and senior technical specialist responsible for the execution of environmental, cultural resource and land use activities for the Corps civil works program. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Utilizes knowledge of federal law and Corps environmental protection policies to the plan formulation process to ensure proposed projects are designed to achieve environmental objectives; Supports project management thought providing scheduling and budgetary information , integrating work into the overall project schedule, providing input into project management reports, and providing leadership in team meetings; Initiates and manages environmental resource studies to develop information necessary to support environmental compliance programs; Prepares reports, plans, or material for incorporation into other reports; Reviews and responds to comments, resolves conflicts, and prepares final documents; Performs quality assurance/quality control reviews on District documents; Initiates and manages cultural resource investigations to locate, identify, evaluate, protect, and preserve archaeological and historical properties under District control; Coordinates with and serves as District point-of-contact for federal, state, and local agencies, and private interests on environmental, cultural resource and land use aspects of assigned projects; Initiates and manages professional services contracts for work to be accomplished by consultants, Corps laboratories, or by other agencies including the US Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act. Travel Required Occasional travel - 10% or less business travel is required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Atlanta, GA, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Summary Earth Day is every day at EPA!  At EPA, you can protect human health and the environment of all Americans, and you’ll discover that EPA is one great place to work!  We offer great benefits and work flexibilities, and our diverse workforce connects to more than just a career--we share a common passion to promote a cleaner, healthier environment.  Discover how exciting safeguarding our natural resources and protecting human health can be.  Find yourself at EPA. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities At the entry level of this position, you will: - Assist in environmental protection projects and activities related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, or environmental data; - Perform limited or routine aspects of professional environmental protection work related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, or environmental data. You will spend less than 25% of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or interagency agreements. When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Everglades Foundation Palmetto Bay, Florida 33157, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
The primary duties of the Water Resources Engineer would be to analyze and evaluate technical elements of Everglades restoration projects and identify appropriate structural and non-structural elements of projects needed to achieve successful restoration. The Water Resources Engineer will be expected to have advanced knowledge of Everglades hydrology, hydraulics and application of regional scale models. The Water Resources Engineer will be responsible for conducting hydrologic investigations to assess the effects of proposed plans on the Everglades ecosystem and provide recommendations to improve the proposed management actions. The Water Resources Engineer supports The Everglades Foundation staff by providing concise recommendations based on a variety of scientific assessments and hydraulic/hydrologic modeling outputs, while investigating Everglades restoration projects. To learn more about the position, please  click here . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Land O' Lakes St Joseph, Missouri, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
The Land O’Lakes Supply Chain & Operations division provides strategic leadership across the company’s many business units.  The team plays a significant role in fueling revenue growth and profitability through operational excellence, quality, process improvement and innovation.  By partnering closely with Finance, Marketing and Human Resources, the team delivers value to Land O’Lakes business units, members and customers. Job Description and Qualifications   Job Description: The Land O’Lakes Supply Chain & Operations division provides strategic leadership across the company’s many business units. The team plays a significant role in fueling revenue growth and profitability through operational excellence, quality, process improvement and innovation. WinField Manufacturing consists of the chemical formulation division of Land O’Lakes and includes multiple facilities across the country ranging from small single process facilities to large multi-process facilities.  Responsibilities: We are seeking a hands-on solution provider to be part of a team of EHS professionals who develop and direct company-wide EHS policies with respect to protecting the health, safety, and the environment of WinField Manufacturing employees and facilities. This position establishes and implements systems and processes that ensure regulatory compliance and reduce risk at multiple facilities through the implementation of Land O' Lakes EHS standards.  Actively participate in a team of EHS professionals to provide regulatory support 7 chemical formulation and distribution facilities nationwide as part of the Land O'Lakes Corporate EHS Department. The facilities range from small single process facilities to large campus style multi-process facilities. Products manufactured range from non-toxic micro nutrients and fertilizers to highly hazardous and reactive chemicals. -Explain and evaluate regulatory requirements (EPA, OSHA, DOT, DHS) as they apply to individual Division facilities -Manage auditing program against regulatory requirements -Manage corrective action plans to close compliance gaps -Provide technical support on regulatory requirements. Identify and prioritize environment and safety risks -Support capital process to engineer out risks when possible -Assist facilities to develop standard operating procedures for risks that cannot be engineered out -Provide core EHS competencies at locations which do not have dedicated EHS personnel by developing forms, checklists, and other tools for use by the location -Support EHS Coordinators at locations which do have dedicated EHS personnel -Responsible for applying EHS Standards as they relate to the Division -Identify processes to ensure EHS best practices are formalized and standardized across the Division as appropriate -Assists location safety staff and works directly with Engineering/Operations/Corp EHS/HR and others on leading safety/risk reduction initiatives -Function as the company Subject Matter Expert for assigned topics  Experience – Education Required: -Bachelor’s degree in a technical field; Science, Engineering or related technical field -Minimum of 5 years’ experience with large plant EHS programs and managing multiple facility technical programs -Chemical manufacturing experience is highly preferred -Seeking strong technical Safety/Environmental background -OSHA fluency required; experience in safety regulatory environments desired -History of producing results with progressive responsibility managing programs and people Competencies-Skills Required: -Strong coaching, influencing and communication skills -Solid computer skills including MS Office products -Knowledge of Federal and State OSHA regulations with the ability to understand state regulations where plant sites are situated -A self-starter and strong team player who can successfully navigate the organization to reach the agreed upon business goals -Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, negotiation and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to influence across cross-functional teams and to work effectively with business and technology leaders -Strong problem-solving skills, good hands-on skills, self-motivated and results-oriented -Experience and career history with "Fortune 500" type companies strongly desired    Preferred Experience and Knowledge: Master's degree is preferred Professional certifications preferred include certified safety professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), or Professional Engineer.  Travel: Must be willing and able to travel up to 40% Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com  
Conservation Colorado Grand Junction, CO, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Conservation Colorado is seeking a Field Organizer based in Grand Junction who will work primarily on public lands, climate, and water issues, building a cohort of activists who engage key decision makers, influence policy and advocate for conservation practices. The position will leverage legislative and administrative conservation issues to engage the public and build an activist base, in addition to coordinating with other conservation organizations, diverse allies, and community leaders to win victories for Colorado’s land, water, air, and people. About Conservation Colorado Conservation Colorado works to protect Colorado’s environment and quality of life by mobilizing people and electing conservation‐minded policy makers. We work closely with policy leaders, citizen activists, businesses and other allies, and have built a reputation as one of the leading conservation advocacy organizations in the region. This coming year we will be tackling everything from working to ensure our state has enough water for future generations, increasing the state’s use of renewable energy, defend our public lands from federal attacks, and electing pro-conservation champions to the state Legislature and governorship. Conservation Colorado’s work to protect and advocate for the environment reflects the organization’s commitment to racial, social and environmental justice. Engaging communities of color among other key constituencies for the environment is an organizational priority. Within the organization, we aim to create a workplace culture and policies and practices that demonstrate how we value equity and inclusion. Job Responsibilities The Field Organizer, who reports to the Field Manager, is responsible for the following: Recruiting and mobilizing a base of volunteers and activists to engage with their local decision makers; Identifying opportunities to engage stakeholders in our campaigns by organizing, hosting, and attending community meetings and events; Seeking out new voices from communities who are disproportionately impacted by anti-conservation policies, such as low-income communities and communities of color; Acting as a spokesperson and generating earned media demonstrating public support for our issues through proactive press strategies and acting as a local spokesperson on conservation issues; Tracking relationships and engagement through Conservation Colorado databases; and Actively participating in fundraising efforts as appropriate for communities you work with and other organizational priorities.   Qualifications We’re seeking a  strategic thinker & problem solver   who is  results-focused ,  highly-driven ,  possesses outstanding interpersonal communication skills,  and is  organized and meticulous . The person who will best succeed in this role: Has a passion for protecting Colorado’s land, air, water, and people through citizen action; Demonstrates strong written, verbal communication, and public speaking skills; Is self-directed and proactive about owning organizational responsibilities; Is comfortable discussing local, state, and federal conservation issues with the media, business owners, local elected officials, partner organizations, and a diverse array of community members; Demonstrates creativity and critical thinking when brainstorming and problem-solving; Shares our commitment to increasing racial diversity in our movement and organization, integrating justice and equity into the work we do and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. *Spanish/English bilingual is a skill we value, but it is not a requirement.  Experience organizing events, managing volunteers, and implementing advocacy projects is a plus. The position requires  some evening and weekend hours as needed.   Compensation and Benefits: Compensation depends on experience and is highly competitive.   We provide high-quality, zero-deductible health insurance and a strong benefits package that includes a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan with match, at least 28 days of paid time off in your first year, and parental leave and a sabbatical program.  This job offers an opportunity to engage people to find solutions to some of the most important environmental issues in Colorado and work with a great team that is committed to a better, more equitable future. It will be challenging, inspiring, and sometimes frustrating, but you’ll be making a big difference.   We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive organization and conservation movement to fully represent and engage all Coloradans and to build as powerful a movement as we can.  Recruiting staff that better reflects Colorado is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, race, ethnicity, geographies, political affiliation, and all other identities represented in Colorado or protected by law. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Library of Congress Library of Congress, Independence Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), American Law Division (ALD), seeks a Legislative Attorney to analyze legal questions that emerge from the work of Congress related to environmental law in particular and American public law generally. This is a non-litigating position emphasizing qualifications and interest in legal research and writing in a public service legislative context. Candidates with research experience in and broad general knowledge of legal issues regarding environmental law in particular and American public law in general; who demonstrate strong research, writing, and oral communication skills; and who possess a portfolio of high quality legal analytical writing are encouraged to apply. Experience as a judicial clerk will be beneficial.   The position’s primary focus is the broad area of environmental law. However, given ALD’s relatively small staff and the breadth of issues ALD covers for Congress, candidates must also be capable of working in a number of different areas of the law and have the intellectual curiosity to seek out and maintain a broad portfolio of legal issues. Thus, applicants should also have knowledge of constitutional and administrative law and statutory interpretation.   The Legislative Attorney prepares objective, non-partisan analytical studies and descriptive and background memoranda and reports on legal issues of national significance; provides personal consultation and assistance to congressional committees, Members, and staff on legal issues throughout the legislative process; and participates in or leads team research projects and seminars. The Legislative Attorney is expected to develop over time the skills necessary to provide legal analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff at increasingly sophisticated levels.   CRS works exclusively for the United States Congress, providing policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation. As a legislative branch agency within the Library of Congress, CRS has been a valued and respected resource on Capitol Hill for more than a century.   CRS is well known for analysis that is authoritative, confidential, objective, and nonpartisan. Its highest priority is to ensure that Congress has immediate access to the nation's best thinking on legal and public policy issues of interest to its Members and Committees Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Wildlands Conservancy Emmaus, PA 18049, USA
Aug 16, 2018
Full time
Wildlands Conservancy is accepting applications for a full-time   Preserve Manager . Reporting directly to the  Director of Property Stewardship , the Preserve Manager is responsible for planning and executing natural resource management and restoration projects, public access and recreation projects, and assists in the maintenance of the physical property assets of the Conservancy. The successful candidate will actively manage all of the Conservancy’s fee simple properties, form relationships with user groups and the communities, assist Summer Stewardship Crew with assigned duties/projects as directed, connect researchers and students to opportunities on our preserves, work cooperatively with the Property Associate on preserve infrastructure projects (building maintenance, signage, parking, trails, etc.), monitor the public use/access of the preserves and ensure conservation values are not being impaired, and assist with monitoring and reporting of Wildlands’ conservation easement portfolio. View full job description. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com