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Walmart Bentonville, AR, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
What you'll do Manages customer requests and needs while providing superior customer service. Responds 24/7 to day to day business request, emergencies, and incoming calls to achieve productivity objectives during and after normal business hours; including weekends. Manages vendor and broker relationships while driving accountability based on key business KPI’s. Develops initiatives and process improvement based on data driven analysis and insight for key business functions to drive business goals, objectives, savings and efficiencies. During Emergency Operation Center (EOC) events, maintains presence prior, during, and post event, aids Operations needs and request; including but not limited to: providing daily updates, upkeeping event tracker, managing EOC supplier relationship, working cross-functionally with key stakeholders. Manages current pilots and special project initiatives to ensure business needs are being supported. Reviews and approves payment for multiple invoices pertaining to Solid Waste for all formats. Records and reports company Sustainability figures for all formats in terms of Solid Waste. Assists in managing the Solid Waste budget lines. Provides supervision and development opportunities for direct report. Promotes and supports company policies, procedures, mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s degree in Business Administration, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, or related field and 2 years experience in environmental services, consulting, engineering, operations, sustainability, or related area OR 4 years experience in environmental services, consulting, engineering, operations, sustainability, or related area. Preferred Qualifications Experience working in the Emergency Operations Center or similar environment. 1 years’ experience managing departmental or project budgets and financials. 2 years’ experience negotiating and managing vendor contracts and relationships Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
CBRE Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
JOB SUMMARY   Conducts on-site Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and/or Phase II subsurface investigations to identify recognized environmental conditions and other conditions of environmental concern for the project and related off-site properties in accordance with ASTM and client specific standards on complex assets and as an Environmental Professional that holds professional distinctions or Complete NEPA & Section 106 related research, submissions and outreach related to historic preservation, endangered species, wetlands, floodplains, etc.   Characteristics of responsible projects: Complexity: High Risk: High Type of Assets: High-rise office building, industrial, complex telecom installations such as new towers in Historic Districts, floodplains, wetlands, etc. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Position is for Environmental Health Safety with the Facility Assessment providing specialized facility assessment services related to Environmental Health and Safety.   Completes complex Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) and/or Phase II subsurface investigations to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) and other conditions of environmental concerns as outlined in the scope of work or Complete complex NEPA & Section 106 related research, submissions and outreach related to historic preservation, endangered species, wetlands, floodplains, etc.   Reviews previous assessment reports, historical and regulatory records for the property and for the surrounding area and reports data in accordance with ASTM criteria and client's scope of work. Conducts interviews with property owners, occupants, key site personnel and local government officials to obtain information concerning the environmental conditions related to the property and adjacent properties. Performs screenings for the presence of asbestos, lead-based paint, radon, lead in drinking water and subsurface contamination. Screenings may include collection of samples. Writes reports which convey the environmental assessment and provide exhibits and photos which illustrate or clarify information presented in the body of the report. Coordinates municipal and private utility clearance, prior to Phase II activities, obtains site access and coordinates with drillers and laboratories. Completes online and field research related to historic preservation, endangered species, wetlands, floodplains, etc.   Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES   No formal supervisory responsibilities in this position. Provides informal assistance such as technical guidance, and/or training to coworkers. May coordinate and assign tasks to co-workers within a work unit and/or project.   Provides formal technical guidance in area of expertise. QUALIFICATIONS   To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE   Bachelor's of Science degree in environmental science, geology, engineering, or a related field and 5 years of environmental related experience or Professional Engineer or Professional Geologist with 3 years relevant experience or 10 years of environmental related experienced and professional registration as listed below. For NEPA, Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) or above in archeology, historic architecture, architecture history, biology, wetlands science, GIS or related degree. Experience in providing specification for environmental consulting related to asbestos and hazardous waste is required. Knowledgeable of federal, state and local environmental requirements. CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES   Professional Engineer, Professional Geologist, CIH, CEM or 3 or more of the following state certifications ACM, LEAD, Mold, Radon (Note this is intended to be the actual state license to conduct sampling or consulting and not simply the AHERA or NRSB certification.) Or for NEPA, meet the Secretary of Interior's Guidelines for Historic Preservation or Professional Certification in Wetland Science, State Archaeology Certification/License. COMMUNICATION SKILLS   Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Strong organizational and analytical skills. Ability to provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to customers.  Ability to effectively present information. Ability to effectively present technical information to non-technical clients. FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE   Requires knowledge of financial terms and principles.  Ability to calculate intermediate figures such as percentages, discounts, and/or commissions.  Conducts basic financial analysis. REASONING ABILITY   Ability to understand and carry out general instructions in standard situations.  Ability to solve problems in standard situations.  Requires intermediate analytical and quantitative skills. OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES   Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite Products (Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook, etc.) Excellent time management and organizational skills. The position requires simultaneously managing electronic deliverables for several ongoing assignments. Ability to travel up to 25% of the time.   SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY   Decisions made with thorough understanding of procedures and company policies to achieve set results and deadlines. Responsible for managing multiple project deadlines at one time. Errors in judgment may cause short-term impact to co-workers and supervisor. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
CBRE Charlotte, NC, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
JOB SUMMARY   Provides quality control of reports written by others, manages staff, coordinates technical staff activities and manages client accounts to achieve the company's strategic business objectives. Key project delivery focus areas include scope, budget, schedule, quality and risk management.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Reviews reports written by others to ensure it meets company and client protocols and accurately describes the asset and environmental risk related to the asset. Interacts regularly with client(s) to ensure that goals and objectives are established and achieved. Develops and implements action plans to correct variances. Anticipates and responds to the client's needs and concerns.   Manages and leads project management staff in the market and ensures thorough staff understanding and implementation of operations, policies, and procedures.   Provides technical direction and guidance to staff assigned to projects. Manage large portfolios of projects. Oversees the preparation of accurate, timely, and complete reports to the client and company.   May act as subject manager expert in area of expertise.   Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES   Provides formal supervision to individual employees within single functional or operational area. Approves subordinate's recommendations for staff recruitment, selection, promotion, advancement, corrective action and termination. Effectively recommends same for direct reports to next level management for review and approval. Plans and monitors appropriate staffing levels and utilization of labor, including overtime. Prepares and delivers performance appraisal for staff. Mentors and coaches team members to further develop competencies. Leads by example and models behaviors that are consistent with the company's values. Typically manages managers; work group under management typically less than 15 QUALIFICATIONS   To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE   Bachelor's of Science degree in environmental science, geology, engineering or or related field, with an advanced degree considered a plus.   Minimum of 10 years of related progressive environmental experience.   Prior experience in a supervisory position with direct report responsibilities preferred. Knowledgeable of federal, state and local environmental requirements. Basic knowledge of Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac agency environmental consulting requirements a plus   Property/Facility Condition Assessment (PCA/FCA) experience a plus CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES   Designation of Environmental Professional (EP) under ASTM-1527-13 required. NEPA experience and appropriate education a plus, to meet the Secretary of Interior's Guidelines for Historic Preservation or Professional Certification in Wetland Science Professional/Licensed Geologist or Engineer (PG or PE) registration a plus COMMUNICATION SKILLS   Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the most complex business documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive issues. Ability to write reports, manuals, speeches and articles using distinctive style. Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on complex topics to employees, clients, top management and/or public groups. Ability to motivate and negotiate effectively with key employees, top management, and client groups to take desired action.   Ability to effectively present technical information to non-technical clients. FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE   Requires in-depth knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to calculate complex figures. Ability to forecast and prepare budgets. Conducts financial/business analysis including the preparation of reports.   REASONING ABILITY   Ability to solve advanced problems and deal with a variety of options in complex situations. Requires expert level analytical and quantitative skills with proven experience in developing strategic solutions. Draws upon the analysis of others and makes recommendations that have a direct impact on the company. OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES   Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the complex business documents. Ability to respond effectively to the sensitive issues.   Excellent time management and organizational skills. The position requires simultaneously managing electronic deliverables for several ongoing assignments. Ability to motivate and negotiate effectively with key employees, top management, and client groups to take desired action. Ability to solve advanced problems and deal with a variety of options in complex situations.   SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY   Decisions made with in-depth understanding and interpretation of procedures, company policies and business practices to achieve general results. Responsible for setting department deadlines. Errors in judgment may cause long-term impact to co-workers, supervisor, department and/or line of business. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Puget Sound Partnership Tacoma, WA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
WHO WE ARE The Puget Sound Partnership (PSP) leads the region's collective effort to restore, protect, and sustain Puget Sound. We align the work of our partners around a shared vision and science-driven, prioritized strategies. We ensure smart investments that help to allocate resources efficiently and effectively. By striving to remove financial, regulatory, and resource barriers for our partners, we serve as a catalyst for success in restoring health to Puget Sound.   More information on the Partnership is available at our website:  www.psp.wa.gov.   PSP is a great place to work and has implemented several " Employer of Choice " initiatives, including: We are  committed to diversity and inclusion.   PSP fosters an inclusive environment that encourages all employees to bring their authentic selves to work each day. We strive to hire, develop, and retain a competent and diverse workforce that is reflective of the public and partners we serve. We actively engage in climate change by offering free Intercity transit  commuting options  from Seattle and Olympia. In addition, the Partnership offers a generous Reduced Transportation Commute financial incentive and agency-paid ORCA cards to all employees. We foster a  healthy work/life balance  by offering flexible/alternative work schedules, and mobile and telework options (depending upon job duties). We are making exciting steps towards  modernizing our workplace  by providing motivating and inspiring workspaces at three locations that promote creative thought, innovation, and collaboration among co-workers. We support an  Infant at Work Program  that is based on the long-term health values of breastfeeding newborns and infant-parent bonding. Eligible employees who are new mothers, fathers, or legal guardians can bring their infant (6 weeks to 6 months) when returning to work (depending upon job duties). We also offer: A main office located in the   Center for Urban Waters , a LEED Platinum-certified building, on the beautiful Thea Foss Waterway of Commencement Bay in Tacoma, WA. We are within 10 minutes of downtown restaurants, shopping, museums and Farmer's Market. This building offers a lactation and first aid room, fitness room and full kitchen for employees. A drop-in work location in downtown Olympia at Capitol Court with access to the Farmer's Market, Capitol Lake and the Capitol Campus. This location is located on an Intercity Transit bus line, including the DASH (free) shuttle. A drop-in work location in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle with access to restaurants, shopping, bus service and a train station. Duties Some of what you will enjoy doing will include: Local Action Agenda Implementation: Support local participation and engagement in Action Agenda development and implementation Work with the Local Integrating Organizations (LIOs) in the assigned Action Areas. These LIOs are composed of representatives of local governments, tribes, salmon recovery lead entities, private sector entities, watershed planning units, watershed councils, shellfish protection areas, regional fishery enhancement groups, marine resource committees, nearshore groups, non-governmental organizations, conservation districts, and community groups Maintain contact, as needed, with the LIO leads and key partners in assigned geographies to identify needs and opportunities in line with the Action Agenda Support development of LIO prioritization processes and decision-making As needed, support reporting requirements for LIO sub-agreements managed by the Partnership's Ecosystem Recovery Team, including quarterly reports to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on LIO development and progress Regional Initiatives and General Engagement: Work as part of the Ecosystem Recovery team The roles and responsibilities for the regional topics for this position will be "social approaches" and climate change "Social approaches" is a term the Partnership assigns to the many ways to change human understanding, attitudes, and behaviors. Social approaches can be projects or programs for Puget Sound recovery that include: behavior change approaches, social marketing techniques, formal and informal education, technical assistance, incentives, and public outreach, among others Climate change tasks will include: integrating consideration of climate change in the Puget Sound Action Agenda priority setting, developing guidance and resources to assist in integrating climate change considerations into Implementation Strategies, and providing leadership, coordination and support for the Puget Sound Climate Advisory Team Inform watersheds and local communities about the Puget Sound Partnership and Action Agenda requirements for management and reporting and support watersheds and local communities to deliver established requirements Manage contracts and sub-agreements, including tracking progress, approving invoices, and negotiating new scopes of work Help connect watershed groups and local communities to technical resources to support Action Agenda implementation Support initiating and completing priority actions to implement the Action Agenda at the local and regional scale Qualifications Success in this position requires that one be a team player, defined as possessing initiative and a driving passion for the work, bringing humility to their job and interactions with others, and having excellent people skills.   Leadership is expected of everyone in the organization, and is defined as follows: We are committed to achieving our mission of accelerating and advancing the recovery of Puget Sound. To ensure our success, we are equally committed to running our agency in a high-performance manner that focuses on high-quality products and processes and a collaborative approach. We achieve high performance by: Valuing one another, our diversity, and our contribution to the agency and the mission. Embracing shared leadership, and empowering all staff, as critical thinkers, to make timely evidence-based decisions in a collaborative manner. Promoting learning--and implementing what we learn--by using the adaptive management cycle for both programs and internal operations. Optimizing our human and financial resources Required Education, Experience, Knowledge  and Familiarity: Bachelor's degree in natural resource management or related field   and   two (2) years of professional experience. Experience working on climate change issues in the context of natural resource planning. Experience with environmental education and outreach and other methods for public engagement and building awareness. Experience with/Knowledge of community based social marketing as a method for achieving behavioral change. Knowledge of ecosystem based management Knowledge of environmental justice. Knowledge of ecology and population biology of salmonids Knowledge of contract management, monitoring, and tracking progress Knowledge of adaptive management and natural resource planning Familiarity with federal, state, and regional funding programs and annual/biennial funding cycles Familiarity with Endangered Species Act recovery planning Familiarity with institutions governing and implementing key habitat, harvest, and hatchery management programs Familiarity with state legislative process  Required Competencies: Communicates Effectively   – Is effective in a variety of communication settings: one-on-one, small and large groups, or among diverse styles and position levels. Attentively listens to others. Articulates messages in a way that is broadly understandable. Adjusts communication content and style to meet the needs of diverse stakeholders Manages Complexity   – Asks the right questions to accurately analyze situations. Acquires data from multiple and diverse sources when solving problems. Evaluates pros and cons, risks and benefits of different solution options. Looks beyond the obvious and doesn't stop at the first answers Collaborates   – Models collaboration across the organization. Facilitates an open dialogue with a wide variety of contributors and stakeholders. Promotes high visibility of shared contributions to goals Plans & Aligns   – Focuses on highest priorities and sets aside less critical tasks. Breaks down objectives into appropriate initiatives and actions. Stages activities with relevant milestones and schedules. Anticipates and adjusts effective contingency plans Strategic Mindset – Anticipates future trends and implications accurately. Readily poses future scenarios. Articulates credible pictures and visions of possibilities that will create sustainable value Ensures Accountability   – Follows through on commitments and makes sure others do the same. Acts with a clear sense of ownership. Takes personal responsibility for decisions, actions, and challenges. Provides balanced feedback at the most critical times Preferred/Desired Experience, Knowledge, and Familiarity:  Experience in  Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation  or natural resource monitoring Experience in conflict resolution/mediation between parties over natural resource issues Experience working with local jurisdictions and tribes Knowledge of collective impact and the role of a backbone organization. Knowledge of the Puget Sound Action Agenda Knowledge of the Puget Sound Salmon Recovery Plan General understanding of climate science and key players in the Puget Sound region Familiarity with water pollution prevention Familiarity with shellfish ecology Preferred/Desired Competencies. Manages Ambiguity   – Deals comfortably with the uncertainty of change. Effectively handles risk. Can decide and act without the total picture. Is calm and productive, even when things are up in the air. Deals constructively with problems that do not have clear solutions or outcomes Manages Conflict   – Steps up to conflicts, seeing them as opportunities. Asks questions and listens closely to all issues presented by stakeholders. Facilitates breakthroughs by integrating diverse views and finding common ground or acceptable alternatives Resourcefulness   – Gets the most out of limited resources. Adapts quickly to changing resource requirements. Applies knowledge of internal structures, processes, and culture to resourcing efforts WHAT IT'S LIKE TO WORK AT PSP   With or without an accommodation, I am willing and able to: Work indoors, at a desk/workstation the majority of a work day, in an office environment. Work in a tobacco-free, drug-free, and alcohol-free environment. Work a 40 hour work week.  A flexible work schedule may be considered upon request and supervisory approval, after an initial review period. Occasionally work in excess of 40 hours per week and/or to adjust normally scheduled hours, which may include evening and weekends, to meet program needs and critical deadlines. Occasionally travel throughout the state and nationwide which may include overnight stays, as required, while performing the duties of this position. Work in a fast-paced/stressful environment with multiple priorities and competing deadlines. Maintain confidentiality regarding information accessed or discussed while performing the duties of the position. Interact and work with customers (some of whom may be frustrated or distressed) in a positive, friendly, and supportive manner that meets the needs and standards of the office and the agency. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Crane Environmental Services, LLC Evansville, IN, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Overview : Immediate opening for a Professional Engineer - Civil or Environmental Engineer to join our team. If you have experience managing projects and people, then this is for you! This Professional Engineer - Civil or Environmental Engineer will be expected to manage projects and create designs on various projects. A quick thinker and exceptional problem solver will excel on our team. Previous experience in watershed design, transportation design, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, and/or environmental tasks, permitting through the U.S. Corps of Engineers, and State Environmental Agencies. Some inspection work required. Crane Environmental Services, LLC works to develop lines of business compatible with team members’ strengths and experience.   Responsibilities will include : ​ Project management on an ever-changing variety of projects. Engineering design. Client development through effective communication. Facilitate scope meetings with clients to construct needs analysis. Ensure deliverables and quality standards are met in accordance with the contracted scope, schedule and budget. Provide client and regulatory agency communication throughout the project. Successful delivery of assigned projects on time.   Position Requirements and Qualifications : Bachelor of Science in Civil or Environmental Engineering with 5+ years of experience. Professional Engineers License in Indiana. Professional Engineers License in Kentucky a plus. SWQM or CPESC Certifications a plus. Ability to work well independently and manage younger engineers. Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization. Proficient in the use of AutoCAD. Good technical writing skills.   Benefits include but not limited to: paid holidays, accrued paid time off, medical insurance with access to free Deaconess At Work Clinic.   Salary: $65,000.00 to $100,000.00 /year ​ Crane Environmental Services, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Concord, NH, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Temporary
Position Announcement:  Conservation Center Floodplain Ranger The non-profit Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests seeks a candidate to fill a Conservation Center Floodplain Ranger position. The candidate performs stewardship and monitoring of recreational use on the 103 acre Merrimack River Outdoor Education and Conservation Area (MROECA) working to inform the public of the intended uses of the property. The successful candidate will have a background in Parks and Recreation, Law Enforcement, Environmental Education, Natural Resources, Geography, or other related field. This is a part-time temporary position based at the Conservation Center in Concord, NH.  The Conservation Center Floodplain Ranger will be required approximately 20 hours per week May through September and the candidate must be available days, evenings and weekends in variable weather conditions. The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is a statewide land conservation organization that was founded in 1901 to protect New Hampshire’s most important landscapes and promote wise use of its renewable natural resources.  Today, with 9,400 member households and over 40 employees, the Forest Society owns 172 reservations in 102 communities across the state, and has interests and monitoring responsibilities for 818 conservation easements.  With ongoing programs in advocacy, land protection and sustainable forest management, the Forest Society consistently ranks among the nation’s top land trusts and has been a leader in setting the standard for American land protection.    If you enjoy working both independently and in a cooperative team-approach in a challenging, at times fast-paced, but always rewarding, setting you may be the right person for this position. If you are interested in becoming a member of the dedicated Forest Society staff, please email a resume and cover letter by April 29, 2019 to: Rebecca Darman, Reservation Stewardship and Policy Program Coordinator,   rdarman@forestsociety.org   (or mail a hard copy resume and cover letter to The Society for the Protection of NH Forests c/o: Rebecca Darman • 54 Portsmouth Street • Concord, NH 03301-5400. The Forest Society is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.    No phone calls please. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Concord, NH, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Seasonal
Position Announcement:  Merrimack River Floodplain Education Program Coordinator The non-profit Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests seeks an experienced, enthusiastic, and motivated individual for the position of Merrimack River Floodplain Education Program Coordinator. The successful candidate will have excellent oral communications skills including experience interacting with the public.  This is a part-time seasonal position based in Concord, NH.  The Merrimack River Floodplain Education Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for the comprehensive design, development and delivery of outdoor education programs and partnerships at the Forest Society’s 103-acre Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area located on the Merrimack River in Concord, NH. The position requires evening and weekend work. The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is a statewide land conservation organization that was founded in 1901 to protect New Hampshire’s most important landscapes and promote wise use of its renewable natural resources.  Today, with 9,400 member households and over 40 employees, the Forest Society owns 172 reservations in 102 communities across the state, and has interests and monitoring responsibilities for 818 conservation easements.  With ongoing programs in advocacy, land protection and sustainable forest management, the Forest Society consistently ranks among the nation’s top land trusts and has been a leader in setting the standard for American land protection.    If you enjoy working both independently and in a cooperative team-approach in a challenging, at times fast-paced, but always rewarding, setting you may be the right person for this position. If you’re interested in becoming a member of the dedicated Forest Society staff email a resume and cover letter by May 3rd, 2019 to Dave Anderson, Senior Director of Education,   danderson@forestsociety.org   (or mail a hard copy resume and cover letter to The Society for the Protection of NH Forests c/o: Dave Anderson • 54 Portsmouth Street • Concord, NH 03301-5400.The Forest Society is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.    No phone calls please. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
General Mills Minneapolis, MN, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
FOUNDATION OVERVIEW For more than 65 years, the General Mills  Foundation  has played a vital role in strengthening communities worldwide through targeted philanthropy that benefits people and planet. The Foundation strategically stewards charitable giving on behalf of General Mills through investments in Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and local giving in our Hometown Communities. The Foundation works under the oversight of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees and in partnership with General Mills employees and other key stakeholders to advance the environmental and social impact goals of General Mills.  POSITION OVERVIEW The Program Analyst role is rooted in General Mills’ commitment to strategic, responsible and accountable philanthropy for lasting and differential impact. The Analyst will undertake philanthropic program monitoring, evaluation, research, reporting and analytics related to the global philanthropy of General Mills. The position reports to the senior program officer for food security and sustainable agriculture of the General Mills Foundation, located at our world headquarters in Minneapolis, MN. Rigorous due diligence and evaluation of General Mills’ philanthropic program investments and initiatives as well as proactive immersion in the growing evidence around targeted social and environmental issue areas play a critical role to inform General Mills’ decision-making and to effectively steward Foundation and Company resources. The Analyst will assist the Foundation and engage its Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) partners in the expanded implementation of systematic methods and responsible practices for monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) aligned with an outcomes-oriented approach to programs and impact. The Analyst will develop learning plans and impact evaluation designs for each key program area based on the environmental or social issue within General Mills Foundation’s strategic focus areas as well as the Foundation’s priorities for targeted outcomes, lasting impact, and learning. Issue understanding and impact evaluation is incorporated into each aspect of the Foundation’s programming – from strategy development to implementation to final impact reporting — in order to continuously maximize philanthropic performance and enable General Mills to know and articulate “the difference we’re making.” This commitment to well-informed and accountable impact is reflected in research and evaluation priorities to be supported by the Analyst role as follows: Progress and performance evaluation  Impact evaluation  Knowledge development and strategy formulation  Process and feedback evaluation activities  RESPONSIBILITIES Recommend and refine outcome targets and program criteria in partnership with Foundation program officers via the use of program logic models and other reasoning frameworks Develop and refine qualitative and quantitative methods and systems for analyzing program impact and effectiveness for the purposes of learning and accountability by the Foundation. Work collaboratively with staff and NGO partners to oversee and manage issue research, analytical and MEL (monitoring, evaluation and learning) functions within the Foundation. Support the design, planning and development of convenings of key program partners and issue stakeholders to maximize learning and improvement, strengthen strategies and implementations against targeted outcomes Develop and implement mechanisms to ensure program/partner activities are monitored and evaluated for continuous learning and improvement as well as for GMF grantmaking refinement Support the development of impact reporting materials and information for delivery and/or presentation to the Foundation Board of Trustees and other executive audiences Refine impact strategy by planning research and analysis of effective interventions to increase food security and advance sustainable agriculture  Research, identify and analyze leading NGOs working in Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture to ensure the Foundation is partnered with strategic, impactful organizations. Monitor issues and trends in the Foundation’s focus areas, and research relevant topics as determined in consultation with the Foundation’s program officers Support the design, planning and development of convenings of key program partners and issue stakeholders to maximize learning and improvement, strengthen strategies and implementations against targeted outcomes Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Coastal Resources, Inc. Annapolis, MD
Apr 19, 2019
Coastal Resources, Inc. is currently looking for a   Stream Restoration Specialist   to work on various environmental and transportation projects. Work will primarily focus on providing geomorphic assessments of stream channels, and natural channel designs for stream restoration projects in the Mid-Atlantic region. The successful candidate will be capable of working effectively in both the office and field. We are looking for an enthusiastic, dependable, self-starting team player who is organized and able to work effectively under tight deadlines with minimal supervision. Required Qualifications: 8+ years of field-based stream experience, including geomorphic assessments B.S. or B.A. degree required with a major in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, or a similar field Experience with processing and analyzing geomorphic data, and writing reports Must have the ability to interface with all levels of personnel and management Must have the ability to thrive in a team environment Must be willing to perform a wide range of tasks Excellent oral and written communication skills required Must be authorized to work in the U.S. Preferred Qualifications: M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, or a similar field Experience with stream and wetland mitigation site identification Experience with preparing reports, plans, specifications and estimates for stream restoration projects Experience with coordinating with clients, including federal, state and local agencies Rosgen or other stream restoration training Familiar with watershed assessment protocols such as Maryland DNR Stream Corridor Assessments or the Center for Watershed Protection protocols Familiar with Chesapeake Bay TMDL requirements Familiar with Maryland Erosion & Sediment Control regulations Experience with leading field teams and managing projects Competitive salary and benefits package. EEO.    No phone calls please.   Current eligibility to work in the US is required.  Email cover letter, resume and references to sallyw@cri.biz.
Bard College White Plains, New York, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Professor-Instructor-Post Grad
Bard College’s low-residency MBA in Sustainability has openings for a visiting Lecturer to teach the following course in Fall 2019: Business Strategy for Sustainability Bard’s MBA program is one of a select group of programs globally that fully integrates sustainability into a business curriculum. Courses address core MBA material through a sustainability lens. Bard students master the business case for sustainability and learn how to align profit with social and environmental goals. Faculty members teach during intensive weekend residencies once each month (five weekends each semester) and online evening sessions each week between the residencies. The low-residency format allows flexibility in residential location: faculty can reside anywhere within a few hours drive to White Plains, New York. The Business Strategy course is offered in a partnership between Bard College and the nation’s largest public utility and should include case examples of strategy relevant to the power industry. The program curriculum is focused on innovation, stakeholder-centered design, and leadership through disruptive change.    MBA faculty members are expected to have earned a Ph.D., J.D., M.B.A., M.P.A. or equivalent degree. Successful candidates will have an established record of excellence in teaching. Relevant experience in both Corporate Strategy and Sustainability is required. For more information about Bard’s MBA program, visit the website  http://www.bard.edu/mba   To apply, submit a cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three references through Interfolio.com at:  http://apply.interfolio.com/62392 .  Applications will be reviewed as received.  Priority review will be given to applications received prior to May 1st.   Bard College is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Business for Social Responsibility New York, NY, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Position Overview The Manager, Infrastructure and Climate Change, will be a key team member driving forward BSR’s infrastructure and climate change work, which includes advisory services work with companies, thought leadership and research, collaborative initiatives, and overall practice management. On infrastructure, BSR works broadly with a variety of companies in the energy, extractives, industrials, utilities, transportation, and logistics industries. The Manager will be expected to work across all infrastructure industries to lead on business development activities, project execution, and membership services, primarily in the U.S. but also globally when needed. More specific focuses of the position will depend on the successful candidate’s particular infrastructure expertise.  On climate change, BSR works with our member companies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to unavoidable climate impacts, advancing the goals of the Paris Agreement. The Manager will work closely with BSR’s global climate team to build, align, and execute our portfolio of work. More specific focuses of the position will depend on the successful candidate’s particular climate expertise.  This position is full-time, based in either San Francisco (preferred) or New York, and reports to both the Managing Director, Infrastructure and Finance, and the Director, Climate Change. BSR will not consider candidates who will not be based in one of these two cities and would like to work remotely.  Responsibilities Member Services : The Manager will work with BSR members on an individual and collective basis to ensure the membership value proposition is met. This requires close cooperation with other BSR departments, areas of expertise, and regions around the world. Typical member services activities include quarterly and annual member meetings, short-answer research, and on-demand advisory support. Project Implementation : The Manager will play a key role in BSR’s delivery of consulting services, collaborative initiatives, and applied research on infrastructure and climate change. The successful candidate will design and manage infrastructure and climate projects for individual companies, and manage complex grant-funded projects with multiple workstreams. In addition, the Manager will align and operationalize synergies between infrastructure and climate streams of work. Thought Leadership and External Representation : The Manager will keep up with the latest developments on private sector sustainable infrastructure and climate action, identify leading topics, and contribute to   BSR’s published thought leadership   in the area. He or she will represent the infrastructure and climate practice to external audiences, including at   BSR Conference . Business Development : The Manager will pursue business development opportunities in collaboration with BSR’s industry and area of expertise directors. He or she will also contribute to the recruitment of member companies to BSR and to our climate-related collaborative initiatives. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in business, law, public affairs, or other relevant discipline required. Master’s preferred. 7-10 years of relevant professional experience from a top-tier consulting firm, NGO working with business, or within the private sector, e.g. a CSR/sustainability department, corporate affairs, or business development. Significant infrastructure experience (at least 3 years) required.  Demonstrated expertise in the infrastructure industries and the range of material issues to corporations in these industries. It is likely that the successful candidate will not be an expert in all infrastructure industries (defined by BSR as energy, extractives, industrials, utilities, transportation, and logistics industries), but would be expected to have deep expertise in at least one, and preferably more than one. Significant climate experience (at least 3 years) required.  Demonstrated expertise on how the private sector addresses climate change, as well as on the landscape of other climate stakeholders. Specialist climate expertise on corporate procurement of renewable energy, transportation fuels, and/or climate risk assessment and management, is a plus.  Outstanding project management skills required, including the demonstrated ability to manage long-term consulting projects, to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines, and to deliver for clients and funders. Leadership and management skills, including the ability to mentor other team members. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, and excellent presentation and facilitation skills. Willingness to undertake business travel (up to 20% of time). Language skills: Fluent in English, with an additional language from a region in which BSR is based a plus. Capacity to work and thrive in a growing, fast-paced entrepreneurial organization with a collaborative environment. Collaborative mindset and the intellectual agility to work with companies across various industries, and with colleagues who are expert on other sustainability issues. High ethical standards and commitment to BSR core values of Leadership, Respect and Integrity. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation. Diversity  As part of our dedication to diversity, BSR is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals seeking employment at BSR are considered without regard to race, ethnicity, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical or mental disability, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, citizenship status, or any other legally protected category. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GEI Consultants, Inc. Oakland, CA, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Intermittent - On Call
Essential Responsibilities & Duties Conduct studies to assess potential impacts of climate change and sea level rise on vulnerable infrastructure in a variety of coastal, natural and urban environments. Lead adaptation planning and development of strategies to enhance resilience by actively engaging with agencies and communities in planning forums and public meetings. Work with local and regional agencies to integrate adaptation strategies into existing planning processes including general plans, local coastal plans, capital infrastructure plans and environmental plans. Prepare a variety of technical documents including client reports, agency plans, funding proposals and peer-reviewed publications.   Manage projects located throughout the West Coast, including technical leadership and oversight, risk management, safety and mentoring. Travel to client/prospect/teaming partner/remote offices/headquarters required, including overnight travel. Minimum Qualifications M.S. or Ph.D. in engineering, earth sciences, or similar environmental science field Knowledge and expertise in climate, coastal and environmental issues in the western states. Expertise in preparation of long-range plans and associated environmental documents and permitting. 10+ years of professional resiliency planning experience. Advanced oral and written communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively within project team. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GEI Consultants, Inc. Allendale, MI, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Seasonal
GEI Consultants is seeking multiple seasonal ecological restoration field technicians in our Michigan offices to implement project work in the ecological consulting and restoration management fields.  This position requires an introductory level of skill and experience.  Projects will involve field labor, technical work, and/or supervision of field crews. Essential Responsibilities & Duties Supervise field crew of 2-6 team members Assist with the construction and implementation of ecological restoration projects including but not limited to—native tree and shrub planting, seeding, erosion control measures, etc. Assist with installation of stream bank stabilization projects including bioengineering techniques, coir logs, soil lifts, brush bundles, erosion control blanket, etc. Herbicide application to invasive species, knowledge of invasive plant species, and treatment methods Native plant identification and knowledge of native plant communities Drive and operation of trucks with trailers, ATVs/UTVs tractors w/ attachments, skid steers, chainsaws, brushcutters, and small engines/pumps Technicians may be required to spend up to 1-4 nights per week out of town working at remote locations. A typical work day consists of an 8-12 hour day with a 30-minute lunch, two ten-minute breaks, and includes irregular hours (30-55 hours per week) and irregular starting and quitting times, in accordance with the requirements of the assigned job. Minimum Qualifications   Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences (Ecology, Environmental Science, Botany, Biology, Fisheries, Forestry) - or equivalent experience Standard First Aid, CPR, Red Card, Pesticide Applicator's License are preferred. Must hold a valid Driver's License. May also be required to complete commercial driving requirements at the 10,000-26,000 lb. classification. Technicians will be required to obtain Commercial Pesticide Applicator's License if state or local regulations require this for herbicide application. Desired Qualifications 2-3 years of ecological restoration related work experience and experience with herbicide application a plus GPS/ArcPad experience is a plus Positive, flexible, team-oriented approach, with the willingness and desire to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team Ability to work well independently and with a diverse, multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced, team oriented work environment Standard First Aid, CPR, Red Card, and Pesticide Applicator's License are not required but preferred Competitive pay $14 to $20 per hour Please note that selected candidates will be required to pass drug, background and reference screenings Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cargill, Inc. Fort Morgan, CO, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Internship- Paid
Description   Early Careers at Cargill: From day one, you will be an integral part of the team. You will have the opportunity to build specific skills, knowledge and attitudes that will enable you to transition to various roles within Cargill. We pride ourselves on having one of the most diverse career trajectories in the industry. As an associate, you will collaborate and build relationships with colleagues and clients who represent diverse work, culture and resolution styles. At Cargill we look for people who want to grow, support, think and produce. You've got big plans. We can help you pursue them. Environmental, Health and Safety Management Associate Position: The environmental, health and safety management associate role is a developmental position that will allow the person to assume some safety process responsibility and will prepare them for a permanent position at one of our many locations. Key activities include but are not limited to: developing and implementing elements of our overall safety and/or environmental management systems that satisfy both internal and external requirements. You will learn how to evaluate trends, conduct root cause analysis, be a member of and lead safety/EHS-related teams, develop/implement basic safety/ergonomics/EHS programs, monitor/assist departmental safety meetings, assist supervisors in managing their safety programs, direct compliance activities and participate in corporate responsibility activities. You will interact with all levels of employees from production workers to top location and business leadership.  As an associate, you will be exposed to a number of disciplines that will give you the necessary tools to personally make a contribution to effectively champion and/or lead a safety/EHS area at one of our locations. Potential Business Areas:   Cargill Protein, Cargill Salt Environment: This role involves physical activity in agricultural, food and feed processing environments, which generally requires a moderate amount of exertion on a fairly regular basis–involving bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, reaching, working on irregular surfaces, occasional lifting of objects weighing more than 50 pounds and frequent lifting of 10-25 pounds. The work may also involve other exertions, conditions or exposures (e.g. heat, cold, dust). Associate Program Benefits: Cargill offers relocation benefits to associates who qualify (based on mileage). Associates are eligible for comprehensive health care plans and incentives.  Tuition reimbursement benefits are offered to associates who wish to continue their education in their career field.  Associates are offered competitive retirement plans and registration assistance.  As employees, associates receive access to Cargill volunteer and community outreach opportunities and paid time off to participate in volunteer activities.  Job Locations: Various locations – must be open to relocation Plant setting Qualifications  Required Qualifications: Pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited program in engineering, ergonomics/human factors, occupational safety, environmental sciences, or a safety-related degree, graduating during a designated period Willingness to work 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts Right to work in the U.S. that is not based solely on possession of a student visa or a visa sponsored by a third-party employer Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures Must be willing and able to relocate  Ability to contribute, both as part of a team and individually  Strong communication skills – written and oral Must be able to complete essential functions of this job as outlined in the job description with reasonable accommodations Preferred Qualifications: Overall 3.0 GPA preferred Bilingual (Spanish/English) Demonstrated ability to solve problems and make decisions independently Ability to motivate a team Demonstrated leadership skills   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.   Job   Safety/Environmental Health Primary Location   US-CO-Fort Morgan Other Locations US-MI-Lake Odessa, US-MI-Saint Clair, US-AR-Springdale, US-TX-Waco, United States, US-CA-Fresno, US-GA-Newnan, US-NE-Nebraska City, US-MO-Marshall, US-VA-Dayton, US-NY-Watkins Glen, US-TX-Friona Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Rare Belém - Pará, Brazil
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Position Overview The Program Team Leader will be responsible for the exciting expansion of Fish Forever in accordance with Rare’s overall vision, mission and values and ensure alignment with our global strategic objectives. S/he will be an inspirational leader to facilitate team building and staff development.   Reporting to the Vice President, Brazil, the Program Team Leader will oversee key elements of the Fish Forever Program implementation in Brazil. In close collaboration with the global and other country Fish Forever teams, s/he will develop and implement programmatic initiatives.   The Program Team Leader will exercise independent judgment regarding the following areas of significance:   Program Leadership and Implementation Develop, implement and lead the management plan for Brazil’s Fish Forever Program implementation and expansion, which includes the operations plan, technical support plan, and training plan Overall project management and operations oversight to ensure the timely completion of project-related initiatives and the availability of resources to facilitate a smooth and efficient implementation; Effective alignment of Brazil’s Fish Forever Program with global Fish Forever program in other countries; Oversee the development and submission of annual program work plans and report on program progress against deliverables; Ensure strong integration between implementation and quality improvement, M&E, program learning and scale up strategies and activities; Facilitate the creation of knowledge management tools to capture all lessons learned, document and integrate them into the refinement of the Fish Forever program; Adapt the implementation approach for the Fish Forever program based on lessons learned to achieve its long term, medium term and short term goals; Disseminate best practices and lessons learned among all stakeholders, including the program team, local partners and donors; Develop and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders, partners and donors; Partner with Rare’s Global Markets Team to jointly design and implement Brazil-based pilot initiatives to help communities better link their fisheries to commercial markets. Staff and Financial Management Identify, develop & support new and current staff, provide coaching to improve individual and team performance and actively address group/team dynamics; Engage with staff to identify clear goals and objectives, group strengths and needs to achieve goals and ensure success; Encourage and facilitate a collaborative work environment that builds acceptance and commitment through engagement and open dialogue; Communicate and solicit input when managing and promoting change and sharing in efforts that involve staff embracing change; Maintain and encourage a positive outlook especially during challenging times; Manage program implementation budget; Communications and Fundraising Play active role in media relations in-country in coordination with Director, Brazil Strategy and Development; Partner with the Director, Brazil Strategy and Development to develop communications strategies and materials targeting key external audiences; Supply timely program updates for the country web site and social media Support the Director, Brazil Strategy and Development and the US-based development teams in fundraising, including negotiations with local partners to secure their contributions to projects and campaign funding; Work with local implementing partners to identify and pursue potential local funding for and/or through the implementing partner; Help to identify new opportunities for funding; Help write and review proposals in an effort to secure additional funding.   Experience & Education:   This position requires a well-rounded leader and general manager with exemplary people, process, communications and project management skills. S/he will have wide ranging management experience within an organization, including the oversight, development and growth of an ambitious program.   Fluency (written, reading and speaking) in both English and Portuguese is essential.    Other qualifications include: A minimum of 10 years’ program/project management experience designing and implementing complex strategies with 5+ years in a staff management and leadership positions (experience in an international organization is a plus); A background in community-based engagements preferably within the conservation, international development, marine science or fisheries sectors (experience in or knowledge of social marketing practices is a plus); Demonstrate interpersonal communication, engagement and articulation with senior Rare staff, partners and with his/her own team; Demonstrate ability to innovate and find creative solutions to adverse situations encountered; Proven experience in multi-stakeholder relationship management; Demonstrate success in managing complex projects, from concept to completion; The ability to operate as both an effective tactical and strategic thinker; Demonstrate capacity of perception and sensitivity to the diversity of intercultural environments; Experience in the use of the MS Office suite, databases, graphics and multimedia intelligent learning software; The willingness and ability to travel up to 40% to site locations within Brazil regularly and to the United States and other countries periodically; Enthusiasm for Rare’s mission and respect for its core values and culture   *Rare is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Greenpeace Washington, DC, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Washington, DC; San Francisco, CA; Oakland, CA ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY  Greenpeace believes that climate change is the most urgent problem facing our planet right now, and the window for meaningful action is closing fast. Corporations and governments lack ambition, and in many cases are actively obstructing climate solutions.  Greenpeace is hiring a  Climate Campaigner  to work with supporters across the country and with allies to pressure our political institutions and some of our leading companies to take action on climate before it’s too late. The Climate Campaigner will work with our experts in communications, research, and digital to craft campaigns and interventions that change the conversation on climate and spur action at the highest levels of government and corporations to secure a just, green and peaceful future for all.  The Climate Campaigner will use their creative communications, campaigning and digital organizing skills to inform and engage Greenpeace supporters on issues of climate, and working in coalition with allies in the environmental, labor, civil rights and other movement sectors to advance our shared campaign goals. This is a full time, exempt, benefits eligible position reporting to the Climate Director based in Washington, DC. RESPONSIBILITIES Identify campaign opportunities in the external world and develop and deliver campaign strategies and interventions that move GPUS closer to our agreed campaign objectives Creatively communicate climate issues, opportunities and interventions, esp through Greenpeace social media channels and via other platforms to reach, inspire and engage our supporters and allies Represent Greenpeace US among external partners and in the media, and working within coalition spaces to further campaign and organizational goals Work with GP grassroots, online and engagement staff to identify and act on strategic opportunities to mobilize GP’s network of supporters and activists Contribute and cultivate issue expertise on climate issues within teams Line manage individuals and coordinate teams as needed QUALIFICATIONS At least three (3) years of experience in developing and delivering campaigns. Campaign strategy skills, including experiencing of setting campaign objectives, develop a critical pathway/campaign strategy to achieve these, and selecting an effective series of interventions that strengthens our supporter base and meets the campaign objectives. Organizational skills, including experience with running fast paced, creative, engaging activist projects and campaigns project administration. Proven understanding of and ability with social media practices, principles and implementation. Clear understanding of the relationship between digital engagement and campaigning and advocacy and basic implementation skills, including experience with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools such as EveryAction, ActionKit, or a similar membership platform (Or if this experience is not deep, eagerness to build these skills) Strong presentation skills, written and oral; comfort speaking to the public, Greenpeace supporters, allies and the media Commitment to nonviolence as a means of effecting change. Proven track record of reaching and inspiring people online to take action both online & offline Experience working in coalitions, including cross-cultural, cross-movement sector coalitions Experience in all phases of developing and running a project, from conception to completion General knowledge of climate-related topics desired but not essential if eager to dive in and learn. If you want to save the world from climate change and believe in environmental justice, please submit an application on our careers page. Applications will be review on a rolling basis and will conclude once we have found the best candidate.  Greenpeace is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, class, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability, family/marital status, religion or other protected classes. We strongly encourage applications from marginalized communities. If you require assistance applying to this opportunity, please  contact us. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Greenpeace Oakland, CA, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Contractor - Independent Consultant
Oakland, Washington, DC Greenpeace   is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. For over fifty years, Greenpeace has fought to save the planet from the threat of global warming, destruction of ancient forests, deterioration of our oceans, and the threat of a nuclear disaster loom large. As an independent organization, Greenpeace does not accept funds from any corporations or government entities. Greenpeace is headquartered in the Netherlands, with offices all around the world in over fifty countries. Greenpeace USA (GPUS) is hiring two (2)  Action Team Warehouse Fellowships  to work with the Action team to operate and maintain equipment in our warehouses located in Landover, MD and Oakland, CA. The warehouses also serve as the base of operations for our activist training program and function as community centers for the larger environmental and social justice movement.  At a base level, this position helps ensure that each warehouse is a clean, fully functional, safe, and engaging space. This role will: Provide regular cleaning, maintenance of expensive and complex equipment. Provide office support and work with volunteers, vendors, and contractors Provide logistical support for the Action Team. Minimum requirements  include: Having basic knowledge of or at least a strong interest in boating, trailering, climbing, USPS and out-of-the-ordinary shipping, Artistic and handy with at least a basic familiarity with tools and building. Must be able to work with, support, and help create a safe and constructive space for people of all different cultures, backgrounds, and preferences. Driver’s license and at least 21 years of age Additional qualifications    include, but are not limited to: Proven ability to work both independently and in close coordination with a team. Managing multiple and changing priorities effectively Strong interpersonal skills, professionalism, and integrity Basic digital skills If you want to save the world from climate change and believe in environmental justice, please submit an application on our  careers page . Applications will be review on a rolling basis and will conclude once we have found the best candidate. Greenpeace is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, class, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability, family/marital status, religion or other protected classes. We strongly encourage applications from marginalized communities. If you require assistance applying to this opportunity, please contact resumes@greenpeace.org. Only applicants eligible to work and live in the United States  without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Utah Rivers Council Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Job Description The Utah Rivers Council is looking for an energetic individual with strong communication and organizing skills to help lead the organization’s outreach to protect some of the West’s most important aquatic landscapes and help lead Utah onto a sustainable water path. The Utah Rivers Council is the statewide advocacy leader in water policy, water conservation and river protection. We are looking for a fun, independent person to join our hard working staff of advocates who enjoy our work and our amazing outdoor landscapes. The Grassroots Organizer works to ensure our campaigns are successful by engaging our grassroots network in our campaigns, developing outreach materials, building relationships with the community and managing volunteers. The Grassroots Organizer will help lead our recruiting efforts to increase public involvement in our campaigns by developing relationships with new constituencies through online recruitment tools, direct written and verbal solicitations and by attending public events. The ideal candidate has a personable communication style, a serious work ethic, excellent writing skills and an understanding of environmental advocacy. Two years of paid, professional work experience is required. We are looking for someone capable of working independently yet who functions well with a team of passionate people. Basic computer skills and an attention to detail is essential as is an understanding of environmental issues. Other skills desired includes a background in volunteer work, marketing and/or social media. Nonprofit experience is preferred but not required as is an understanding of water policy or natural resource policy or river ecology/management. Compensation, benefits and leave This is a full time, salaried position with compensation dependent upon experience. The URC strives to maintain a fun, informal work environment where progress and accomplishment are measured by real success and balance and time off are a regular part of work. We strongly suggest you visit our website to learn more about our work before applying. To apply send resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample to: Utah Rivers Council, 1055 East 2100 South, Suite 201, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106 or to zach@utahrivers.org   Please, no phone calls or emails. The position will remain open until filled. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Geological Survey Tulsa, OK, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Summary What General Information Do I Need To Know About This Position?  Salary: $33,394 (Step 01) to $43,414 (Step 10);   NOTE: First time hires to the Federal Government are typically hired at the Step 01. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Hydrologic Technician within the Oklahoma Water Science Center, some of your specific duties will include: Performing routine measurements of stage/discharge under a variety of field conditions applying established uniform methods. Performing installations, maintenance, servicing, and troubleshooting of sensing, recording and communications equipment and instrumentation. Constructing hydrologic monitoring stations. Assisting in establishing vertical and horizontal datums. Operating a motor vehicle on a regular and recurring basis. Physical Demands: The work requires some physical exertion such as: long periods of standing; walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activity; or recurring lifting of moderately heavy items weighing less than 23 kilograms (under 50 pounds) such as lifting and carrying stream gauging weights, data collection and monitoring devices, or sample trays. Work Environment: The work regularly involves moderate risks or discomforts associated with visiting field sites with limited access, under adverse weather or flooding conditions, or exposure to irritant or toxic chemicals. Work may require the use of special clothing or gear such as masks, coats, boots, goggles, respirators, or life jackets. Travel Required 25% or less - Overnight travel of up to 5 nights per month may be required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Federal Emergency Management Agency New York City, NY, USA
Apr 19, 2019
Full time
Open & closing dates:  04/19/2019   to   04/29/2019.  This job will close when we have received   200 applications   which may be sooner than the closing date.   Learn more Summary This position is being announced under FEMA's Cadre of On-call Response/Recovery Employee (CORE) Program.  This is a temporary appointment in the Excepted Service, not to exceed 2 years, with the option to extend based on workload and funding availability. Veterans Preference does not apply to the CORE selection process. View   common definitions   of terms found in this announcement. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities When disaster strikes, America looks to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Now FEMA looks to you. Join our team and use your talent to support Americans in their times of greatest need. FEMA prepares the nation for all hazards and manages Federal response and recovery efforts following any national incident. We foster innovation, reward performance and creativity, and provide challenges on a routine basis with a well-skilled, knowledgeable, high performance workforce. Please visit www.fema.gov for additional information. EMERGENCY ASSIGNMENT:   Every FEMA employee has regular and recurring emergency management responsibilities, though not every position requires routine deployment to disaster sites. All positions are subject to recall around the clock for emergency management operations, which may require irregular work hours, work at locations other than the official duty station, and may include duties other than those specified in the employee's official position description. Travel requirements in support of emergency operations may be extensive in nature (weeks to months), with little advance notice, and may require employees to relocate to emergency sites with physically austere and operationally challenging conditions. In this position, you will receive proposed federal actions in the applicable system (EMIS, Grants-Manager, other) and triages to determine NEPA level of review and follow-on actions.  The incumbent also reviews Agency or Applicant actions/projects for compliance with all applicable federal environmental and historic preservation laws and executive orders (EO) during the Response to and/or Recovery from disasters; and for Mitigation,  and other Non-disaster actions.  Typical assignments include:  Conducting analysis to document impacts to the natural and human environments; cultural and historic resources; and writing reports, documents, consultations, findings and determinations in reference to( NEPA) National Environment Policy Act documents and Records of Environmental Consideration (RECs) relative but not limited to NEPA, (NHPA) National Historic Preservation Act, ESA, (CZMA),Coastal Zone Management Act EO11998, EO11990. Communicating upwards (reporting) and laterally (coordinating) (and with approvals, externally) using all approved agency methods (verbal: in-person or remotely by phone/VTC; electronic: by email/instant messenger/text/share-point/Agency applications/other). Participating in training both informally thru a mentor and formally thru the FEMA FEKC online system and FQS school education system to complete the appropriate level of PTB. Completing all administrative actions as required in order to be prepared for daily work or for deployment to a disaster.  Promotion Potential:   Positions filled under Stafford Act regulations generally do not have documented promotion potential; however, dependent on an employee’s ability to perform higher level duties, the continuing need for an employee to perform work associated with a higher level position, and administrative recommendation and approval, promotions may be earned by CORE employees. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com