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Highstead Redding, CT, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Internship- Paid
The Conservation Interns act as research assistants in Highstead’s Conservation Program for a twelve-week period from September 23, 2019 to December 13, 2019.  Highstead's Conservation Program is engaged in building the capacity of partners to achieve large landscape conservation strategies in New England, eastern New York, and beyond. Highstead works with more than eighty organizations in the Northeast to advance the pace and practice of large landscape conservation and fosters collaboration across political and geographical boundaries and among different fields and sectors. Highstead collaborates with Harvard University’s Harvard Forest and other regional partners to advance the Wildlands & Woodlands Initiative (W&WI).  Interns will work with Highstead’s Senior Conservationists to implement research, outreach, and policy projects that advance priority conservation initiatives, including the Conservation Finance Network , New England Forest Policy Group , the Regional Conservation Partnership (RCP) Network , and the Hudson to Housatonic Regional Conservation Partnership . Interns will prepare and present a 15-minute presentation of their work at the end of their internship.  2019 Conservation Program Initiatives  Interns will advance conservation in the region by bringing their energy and enthusiasm, writing, research, and mapping skills to our regional conservation, conservation finance, science, communications, and policy initiatives. We have several priorities this fall across these subject areas and interns will be matched to specific projects according to their interests, strengths and skills, and our highest needs.  Interns typically work on one or more specific projects by:  Providing technical and administrative support to working groups of conservation professionals and volunteers; Assisting in the development of a communications strategy and products that may include writing and editing content for websites, blog posts, social media platforms, policy briefs, and e-newsletters; Supporting the organization, development, and administration of workshops and events for conservation practitioners; Cataloging public and private conservation funding trends by identifying new sources of information on philanthropic private and public grants and updating existing records; and/or Creating maps and analyzing data using geographic information systems.  Qualifications  We seek recent graduates of bachelor’s or Master’s-level programs with a demonstrated interest and enthusiasm for the development and implementation of real-world strategies in the following areas: landscape ecology, conservation finance, regional conservation partnerships, large landscape conservation, and forest policy. Candidates must have strong writing, research, and organizational skills. They must be comfortable working in a group setting and taking individual initiative, as they will have considerable responsibility for advancing one or more projects, often with little supervision. Experience with geographic information systems (GIS) is a plus for some projects. Candidates must have access to a car for travel within, and in some cases outside of, Connecticut.  Compensation  Intern compensation includes the following:  Stipend of $6,500 for the 12-week session Free furnished housing  How To Apply  Please send the following materials to Jody Cologgi at jcologgi@highstead.net by July 15, 2019. Reference “Conservation Intern Application” as the email subject. Candidates will be notified by Aug. 9, 2018.  Cover letter describing your relevant conservation background and interests (including coursework, employment, or experience), your expectations for a successful experience, and your educational and career objectives. (300 words maximum) Resume Contact information for three references Short writing sample  Please submit one PDF document containing all application materials.
TerraCorps Massachusetts, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
TerraCorps   is an innovative national service program that prepares and mobilizes emerging leaders to help communities conserve and secure land for the health and well-being of people and nature. We do this by supporting AmeriCorps members who serve with nonprofit organizations across the state to tackle issues around land access, urban agriculture, and conservation. This year we are looking for 48 members to join the TerraCorps team! As a member you can serve with one of our nonprofit partners, in one of five coordinator positions: Community Engagement Coordinator, Youth Education Coordinator, Land Stewardship Coordinator, Regional Collaboration Coordinator, and Urban Agriculture Coordinator. Community Engagement Coordinators (CEC)   build the long-term capacity of their Service Sites by developing culturally inclusive systems, programming, partnerships, and events. By collaborating with community groups, CECs demonstrate how the sustainable use and conservation of land can help address community needs related to education, public health, economic development, neighborhood revitalization, homelessness, poverty, hunger, and cultural decline. By helping a broader cross-section of people experience the benefits of land, CECs build connections between the environment and people that increase public support for land access, revitalization, and conservation initiatives.  Members serve in full-time (38 hour/week), 11-month positions from August 26th, 2019- July 24th, 2020. These 1,700-hour AmeriCorps positions receive a living allowance and are eligible for an education award, and additional AmeriCorps benefits. Application specifics, position descriptions, and additional information about how to apply can be found at  www.terracorps.org/become-a-member/
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Chicago, IL, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
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Stantec Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
Grounded in safety, quality, and ethics, our experts lead their fields and guide our work with rigor, a creative spirit, and vision for growth. We draw from more than 20 technical specialties around the globe and are committed to fostering an inclusive community of diverse talents, backgrounds, and expertise. We’re a place to apply your passion and collaborate with top environmental talents on work that’s critical to our clients and the communities they support. Join a team that has the environment down to a science. Your Opportunity To support current projects and future opportunities, we are seeking an Environmental Monitor to join our Environmental Services practice in Honolulu, Hawaii. Our team is dedicated to helping our clients manage their environmental issues relating to transportation and infrastructure. We support our clients through the strategic planning, environmental assessment, permitting, construction, and operational phases of their projects. This full-time salary position requires an individual with knowledge of construction best management practices, experience with Hawaii environmental resource or impact assessment, understanding of erosion and sediment control practices, as well as a willingness to work with contractors to ensure compliance with environmental permitting requirements. Your Key Responsibilities Coordinate environmental permitting for local construction projects Frequent visits to active construction sites to inspect and monitor activities with respect to environmental requirements Complete monitoring and inspection reports to document environmental compliance Development and review of environmental management plans Implement and monitor erosion and sediment control measures to ensure protection of water quality Liaise with contractors to provide recommendations for implementation of environmental management plans Monitor contractor management of contaminated and hazardous materials Your Capabilities and Credentials Excellent interpersonal abilities, effective verbal and written communication Experience working with contractors on active construction sites an asset Proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel Preference given to candidates with environmental (OSHA HAZWOPER), storm water (e.g. City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii Department of Transportation, CISEC), and construction (OSHA) certifications Must have a good driving record and valid Driver's License. OSHA HAZWOPER 40 certification preferred or ability to obtain prior to employment. Prior to employment, this position will require the successful passing of a pre-employment physical and drug screen. Education and Experience Requires a Degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, or other related field. Minimum 2 years of experience in storm water inspection, construction permitting, and/or environmental assessment. Position will primarily require field work which may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather. This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice. Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Arapaho County CO Littleton, Colorado, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Description ****This posting has been re-opened and if you have already applied,  you will not be able to apply to this posting again.**** Arapahoe County's Public Works and Development (PWD) Department is an American Public Works Association Accredited Agency, the first County in Colorado to obtain this status.  Within PWD, we are seeking an Environmental Manager to join our team in the Engineering Services Division.  We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a commitment to excellence and a desire to serve the needs of Arapahoe County through this important and visible position.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, meaningful work, and a flexible and supportive work environment.  Some of the benefits of working for PWD include: 15 days (120 hours) of paid vacation per year 12 paid holidays and 1 additional floating holiday per year 12 days (96 hours) of paid sick leave per year Flexible work schedules available Training and development opportunities to help you grow in your professional career Comprehensive health insurance and retirement plan – see benefits tab for more detail The Environmental Manager has overall responsibility for a broad range of services within the Public Works and Development Department and the County overall. This position develops, implements, and manages County-wide environmental programs. It also performs environmental assessments and monitoring, oversees compliance programs, follows and enforces environmental policies and procedures, and conducts training and presentations on environmental requirements for employees, the public, and other groups. Duties Responsible for the day-to-day operation and performance of environmental programs within Public Works and Development Department and Arapahoe County. Key responsibilities include: Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Permit Applies for and is responsible for ensuring compliance with the County's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. Assists in the preparation and writing of the County's MS4 Permit. Represents the County and serves as a liaison between the County and other agencies such as Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority, the Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners, the Colorado Stormwater Council, Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority, and others. Ensures that regulatory requirements applicable to the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit requirements are being met. Develops and maintains stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs) stormwater management plans (SWMPs) and facility runoff control plans (RCPs) for each of the County's locations. Advises County staff and assists in matters pertaining to the Clean Water Act and other environmental programs as needed. Organizes and participates in public outreach activities and presentations. Works with other departments as needed. Prepares required documentation and maintains a record keeping system for regulatory compliance programs. Prepares periodic reports as required by state and federal agencies. Conducts investigations into complaints, as well as, possible permit and discharge violations. Assesses compliance history of permitted facilities to determine appropriate enforcement options. Recommends enforcement actions and develops supporting documentation. Prepares and issues violation notices and corrective correspondence. Provides testimony in legal proceedings as needed. Maintains working knowledge of technologies developed by the industry and government regulators. Assist County staff interpret and apply Federal, State and local regulations, including but not limited to MS4 Permitting, NPDES, CERCLA, RCRA, SWDA, TSCA, CAA, CWW, and NEPA regulations. Assist Public Works and Development and Open Spaces staff in their use and compliance with pesticide applications and requirements of Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. Environmental Oversight and Compliance Oversees environmental compliance at County landfills and other sites and works directly with the County Attorney's Office regarding landfills. Inspects and assists with spills and other infractions of environmental regulations. Ensures that the County is in compliance with federal, state, and local environmental standards and regulations. Coordinates with different Divisions within Public Works and Department on various environmental issues as they affect land use applications, oil and gas permits, engineering services, capital improvements, and maintenance activities. Conducts comprehensive site evaluations at various locations and ongoing site monitoring to ensure compliance. Advises County staff about the proper management, storage, and disposal of chemicals and hazardous materials. Prepares periodic reports as required by state and federal agencies. Ensures progress, compliance and operations for environmental investigations and remediation efforts at County-owned properties by visiting sites, ensuring staff and contractors adhere to deadlines and budget allocations, approving invoices and payments within parameters of capital and operating budgets. Assists with organization and maintenance of the County environmental files, records, and reports with GIS. Conducts appropriate research regarding federal, state, and local environmental agency requirements that involve the development of new facilities and property in order to determine applicability and permitting requirements.  Administration Advises the PWD Director, County Attorney, and the Board of County Commissioners about decisions, legislative actions, and other environmental-related mandates that may affect the County and impact the County's budget. Stays updated on environmental trends and legislations. Develops necessary programs for County compliance. In conjunction with the Engineering Services Division Manager, develops budget and timelines for environmental operations and develops cost reduction initiatives while still maintaining quality. Advises and assists with indoor air quality issues. Coordinates with staff and consultants during design of capital construction projects to ensure incorporation of conditions from permit authorizations and environmental impact assessments. Develops and maintains environmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for County operations and activities by location. Develops and assists in implementation and/or monitors work measurements and performance measurement for programs the position is responsible for. Conducts training for employees and the community on a variety of topics to ensure compliance with environmental regulations. Works with other Arapahoe County public entities as needed. Provides technical assistance to staff regarding environmental regulations. Represents PWD and the County on a variety of boards and committees. Works in coordination with partnering agencies such as Tri County Health and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Requirements SKILLS, ABILITIES AND COMPETENCIES: Creative problem-solver who possess excellent people skills, with the capacity to grow existing environmental expertise, and the ability to communicate technical decisions and recommendations to a diverse audience. Able to provide environmental permit compliance interpretation and risk assessment Ability to manage an environmental program and/or projects. Ability to interpret and apply Federal, State and local regulations, including, but not limited to MS4 Permitting, NPDES, CERCLA, RCRA, SWDA, TSCA, CAA, CWW,FIFRA, and NEPA regulations. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with directors, managers, contractors, other employees, various agencies, the general public, and all other stakeholders and customers. Must be able to accurately identify environmental factors, internal and external, affecting the County's operations. Must have working knowledge of community resources and exhibit good follow-through with work assignments. Ability to manage and adapt to changing priorities and workloads and to work in a fast-paced environment. Knowledge of effective meeting and training techniques. BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES (these are required for all positions at ACG): Service First Excellent Quality Responsive Government Visionary Thinking Innovation Caring Leadership Effective Communication Fiscal Responsibility Integrity Respect for Others Safety Teamwork EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree in environmental science, environmental engineering, civil engineering, or a related field. Experience with MS4/NPDES Permit writing, interpretation, and enforcement. Minimum of five (5) years of experience managing and implementing an environmental program. Three (3) years of public outreach experience with experience in relating stormwater management efforts to public activities is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience to satisfy the requirements of the job may be considered Possession of a valid Colorado Class "R" driver's license or the ability to obtain same within two (2) weeks of appointment is required. This position requires successful completion of pre-employment background and motor vehicle checks.  WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is most frequently performed in a standard office environment with trips outside the office required on a regular basis to attend meetings, conduct training, conduct site investigations and monitoring, and perform other related duties.
Grand Rapids MI Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
Nature of Work The purpose of this job is to provide professional level administrative support services to a department head or other administrative position. Manages assigned projects. Work as staff liaison to the various departmental divisions and programs and outside agencies; may act as staff liaison with the media. In some instances, this position will have supervisory responsibility. The Energy, Climate and Performance Management position will report to the Sustainability and Performance Management Officer in the Executive Office and support a variety of job duties. In general, this position will spend 60% of the time on energy and climate work and 40% on performance management. This position will be assigned projects within the scope of the categories listed below and may be assigned additional relevant tasks as needed. Energy and carbon performance tracking & analysis  Identify & implement carbon reduction strategies  Assess and oversee solar energy opportunities  Manage energy intern & oversee energy team  Support the creation and implementation of carbon reduction programs & policies for the community  Research & benchmark energy and carbon innovations and best practices  Provide support for performance management and administration of the City's recently adopted  strategic plan . The complete job description for Administrative Analyst I with the required knowledge, skills, abilities, and work environment/conditions can be viewed   here . Minimum Training and Experience Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Public Administration, Government or a related field At least two (2) to four (4) years of progressively responsible related work experience Any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities Other Necessary Qualifications A master's degree in energy, sustainability or a related field is preferred Experience with energy or carbon projects (energy efficiency, climate mitigation, renewable energy, energy justice, carbon inventories, climate science, etc.) Knowledge of data tracking and analysis Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel (equations, graph generation, pivot tables, etc.) Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as presentation creation skills Ability to conduct thorough research that is professionally formatted Other Information TENTATIVE HIRING TIMELINE Phone Interviews: Week of July 8th Finalist Interviews: Week of July 15th Desired Start Date: August 12th   THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE NOTE:   All communication regarding this position will be done via email. It is your responsibility to ensure that your email address is up-to-date on your account profile. If you are submitting an application that was used for job openings in the past,   please make sure your information is current before submitting   for this or other opportunities. **SHOULD AN APPLICANT NEED ANY DISABILITY RELATED ACCOMMODATION OR OTHER CONSIDERATION IN THE APPLICATION OR SELECTION PROCESS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT UPON APPLICATION SUBMITTAL.** Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Florida, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION The Sub Regional EHS Manager will be responsible for providing EHS support to Delivery Stations within their region to execute company safety policies and ensure compliance to all applicable local and regional regulations. By leveraging lean principles and kaizens, you will lead continuous improvement initiatives to reduce conditional and ergonomic risk in our processes to ensure a safe and healthful working environment for our Associates. A successful Sub Regional EHS Manager will demonstrate the ability to build trust and confidence with the Operations Team and inspire change through providing comprehensive risk assessments and safety data analysis. The Sub Regional EHS Manager must be an effective communicator and send clear, concise and consistent messages, both verbally and in writing. You will instruct and train Operations Leaders in Amazon safety policies and assist the operations site teams in incorporating our safety standards at their site. You will work to identify best practices and incorporate these standard methodologies into our standards to continuously improve the safety landscape. The Sub Regional EHS Manager will possess excellent safety program knowledge as well as environmental and ergonomic knowledge and be able demonstrate this expertise when working with Operations. Sub Regional EHS Manager Responsibilities : · Possess a thorough understanding of local/regional regulations and company policy. · Provide guidance and oversight to ensure compliance to all applicable Amazon EHS Policies. · Measure sites’ performance against published requirements in EHS policies. For all deficiencies, identify a plan for the site to implement and fix all identified deficiencies. · Deliver on-time and quality projects to Operations. · Analyze EHS metrics and review incident weekly and monthly incident trends to discover trends to rationalize the allocation of appropriate resources to areas where the safety risk is highest. · Perform frequent site safety audits to identify all non-compliance equipment and/or processes at the site. Implement solutions to eliminate exposure to these risks and prevent injury at other FCs. · Audit record-keeping practices and Gensuite entries to be aligned with global safety standards and local regulations. · Audit the workplace organization and Associate behaviors to ensure that training, auditing and scoring methods are accurate and consistent. · Spend time at the delivery stations and seek input from teams, Associates and leaders on safety program improvement opportunities. Ensure open communication on status of progress and resolution against these suggestions. · Ensure site leadership and Associates are trained and knowledgeable of their responsibilities under each policy. Audit the quality, delivery (including qualifications of the trainer), and effectiveness of all required safety training. Amazon offers competitive packages including comprehensive health care, 401(k), stock based awards, growth potential, and a challenging and exciting work environment. This position requires 50-70% travel. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · 3+ years of growing responsibilities in ehs, safety and/or environmental programs in manufacturing, production, or service operations. · Experience implementing lean principles and process improvement in an operational environment. · Bachelor’s degree in safety, environmental, ergonomics or a related field required · Must be flexible regarding shifts. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Distribution Center or Manufacturing Safety experience with mix of exempt and non-exempt employees at a site of at least 250 people preferred. · Master’s degree preferred · Experience in a fast paced, changing/growing organization · Certified Safety Professional preferred · Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort collaborating with site leaders. · Ability to develop and implement department goals and strategies. · Strong analytical skills with demonstrated problem solving ability. · Ability to adapt well to fast-paced environments with changing circumstances, direction, and strategy · Proficient in Microsoft Office and the use of pivot tables and the development of charts and graphics. · Ability to manage multiple sites/remotely. Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Singapore, Singapore
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION Overview: The Regional Environmental Engineer (REE) will be responsible for environmental compliance at Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers in Singapore. The REE will develop standards and policies to support regulatory compliance and provide environmental compliance guidance for regional operations and construction teams. The individual will complete environmental performance analysis, establish and monitor metrics, and guide the teams in implementation of Amazon environmental standards. The REE will work with internal and external partners that include government entities, contractors, consultants, design, construction, operations and other key stakeholders. This position is based in Singapore and will require regular domestic travel and occasional international travel. English speaking and writing proficiency is required. The Regional Environmental Engineer must have excellent communication skills, strong environmental regulatory knowledge, particularly with respect to Singapore regulations and standards, demonstrated success in program management, and experience leading teams in complex and technical projects. Responsibilities : · Manage and oversee compliance with local and federal environmental regulations and Amazon policy. · Develop regional strategic programs by integrating with engineering, construction, and operations. · Drive an environmentally responsible culture within the organization. · Function as a leader regarding regulatory agency interactions, permit evaluation and processing, and new process and technology introduction · Ensure work performed by contractors, consultants, and employees is completed in accordance with Amazon standards. · Develop environmental metrics to measure, monitor and forecast performance · Conduct thorough and accurate environmental audits for continuous improvement. · Prioritize and manage multiple technically complex assignments concurrently. · Represent Amazon at appropriate levels with governmental agencies and throughout the company. · Build collaborative relationships with various stakeholders to ensure risks are identified early and managed appropriately. · Submit time critical reports to various governmental agencies · Complete thorough and accurate environmental incident investigations and associated regulatory reports and develop appropriate corrective actions BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · A completed Bachelor’s Degree in chemistry, chemical or environmental engineering or related field of study. · Minimum of 7 years of experience serving as an environmental technical resource, environmental manager, program specialist, or program manager · Experience with contractual, regulatory, and liability assessments, air permit evaluations and applications, planning approvals, water discharge requirements, and waste management · Broad knowledge of global environmental regulations and programs · Experience leading change in multiple site environments and the ability to influence those that are not direct reports or within your organization · Experience successfully implementing environmental systems · Excellent organizational and project management skills · Strong interpersonal skills: excellent communication skills, strong relationship builder, solid influencing and negotiation skills, and the ability to coach at multiple levels · Proficient with MS Excel, Word, and Windows Operating Systems PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort interfacing with senior leaders inside and outside the company · Experience in a fast-paced, changing/growing organization · Strong analytical skills with demonstrated problem-solving ability Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
ExxonMobil Mumbai, MH, India
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
Job Role Summary MAIN FUNCTIONS (During Project Phase) The ER advisor owns all of the project regulatory compliance planning and has the primary responsibility to identify regulatory requirements, develop compliance plans, and document these in the Regulatory Compliance Plan.  The ER advisor communicates requirements to the affected project team members and stakeholders, and works with regulatory authorities to obtain applicable licenses and permits. MAIN FUNCTIONS (After Project Phase) Provides ER support to operating assets (e.g. refinery, chemical or lubricant plant facilities) and or project. The ER "Advisor" role is structured to help build a professional foundation and promote rapid skill development while contributing to business results. ER advisors will focus on building core expertise in environmental compliance and regulatory standards while interfacing and building relationships with internal customers (e.g. operations or marketing), internal partners (e.g. engineering or project disciplines) and external partners (contractors and regulatory agencies) in alignment with business need. JOB REQUIREMENTS Candidates should be self-motivated and focused on achieving business results through a multi-disciplinary team. Demonstrated teamwork, communication and leadership skills are essential. Candidate should be flexible with regard to domestic and international travel.  SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering preferably in Petroleum, Chemical or Environmental. Other degrees will be considered commensurate with work experience. Candidates should have experience regarding the environmental and/or health field(s) preferably related to a construction or oil and gas industry project Candidates with experience in Refinery / Petrochemical / Power / Fertilisers plant operations preferred Knowledge of India specific regulations essential Excellent English speaking and writing skills required. Familiarity with Marathi is desirable Candidates should have good interpersonal and communication skills Minimum 10 years of relevant professional experience is required. Experience and capability to engage at senior levels of government and industry. Job Role Responsibilities TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (During Project Phase) Serves as lead staff contact with federal, state, and local regulators that have regulatory jurisdiction over the various components of the project Develop the Preliminary Regulatory Compliance Plan outlining permits required, details of the information required to support the regulatory compliance and permitting process, schedules/timeline for developing permit applications, and regulatory review and approval Clearly identify key issues, constraints, and vulnerabilities early, and develop mitigation plans to prevent negative cost/schedule impacts Establish regulatory authority interface strategies that consider negotiations, issues arising from multiple agency jurisdictions, local, regional, and national level requirements Establish interface/communications process with regulatory groups and conduct early discussions with regulators to ensure alignment in understanding and expectations, identify any concerns, and prepare the path to a smooth permit application/approval process Stay informed and engaged during the permit review and approval process, and expedite as needed to ensure that permitting does not constrain the project progress or negatively impact the schedule Ensure that environmental and regulatory requirements/standards are properly integrated into project design and implementation plans Maintain alignment and manage interfaces within the Integrated Project Team (IPT) regarding overall work plans and obligations; organize/participate in weekly and monthly meetings to ensure common understanding of requirements, deliverables, and status of the work Steward ongoing permitting activities and compliance issues to IPT management Identify any US Export Controls issues and sensitivities, and develop plans to address them Identify/develop budgets associated with permitting and other compliance activities, and ensure they are included in the project estimates Highlight permitting issues/recommendations to IPT Management on a real-time basis for resolution Steward the Regulatory Compliance Plan Interface with the IPT to ensure regulatory requirements affecting commissioning and start-up are well understood by Manufacturing, and reflected in commissioning/start-up planning TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (After Project Phase)   Understand applicable regulations impacting customer (e.g. Operations, Marketing or Projects) and work to implement cost-effective solutions that ensure compliance. Support environmental business planning, permitting and (if applicable), environmental impact assessment processes. Understand how OIMS is used to drive environmental protection and regulatory compliance and support the corresponding work processes. Become familiar with operating asset, marketing unit or project within job scope; company environmental policy and standards. Understand company positions on environmental and regulatory issues both locally and broadly and support advocacy with governmental and non-governmental institutions. Support compliance assurance systems (e.g. prepare regulatory reviews or outlooks, analysis of new regulations, support regulatory or OIMS assessments). Recommend SSHE improvements to plant operations to ensure overall SSHE compliance Help provide training on regulatory and environmental requirements (e.g. refresher training to unit operators). Expected Level of Proficiency Review the level of proficiency needed in this Job Role for both Functional Skills and Behavioral Skills. Proficiency Levels Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
ExxonMobil Beaumont, TX, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
Job Summary The Environmental Waste Advisor will work within the Environmental Department, SSH&E Division in Beaumont, Texas.  The Environmental Department supports the Beaumont Refinery, Chemical Plant and the Polyethylene Plant.  The Environmental Waste Advisor supports the sites with analysis of waste regulations, RCRA applicability determinations and waste permit consultation.  The Waste Advisor may review physical and operational changes to ensure compliance and to support ongoing waste minimization efforts.  Responsible for driving SSHE Functional Excellence by communicating values, displaying behaviors, and reinforcing standards consistent with OIMS and LPS.  The position will keep up-to-date with regulations and support ExxonMobil Advocacy staff to help drive reasonable rulemaking and interpretations. Primary Job Functions Provide compliance support to the manufacturing sites including analysis of waste regulations, RCRA applicability determinations and waste permit consultation. Review physical and operational changes using systematic methods or Best Practices to ensure compliance with waste regulations, including RCRA permit requirements. Support development of Environmental Business Plans to drive continued improvement in environmental performance to address significant environmental aspects and in conjunction with other business drivers (OIMS 6.5). Develop Compliance Plans to ensure compliance with new or revised regulations and permits.  Develop improved systems to drive both compliance and efficiencies (OIMS 6.6). Support ExxonMobil Advocacy staff on regulatory issues to help drive reasonable rulemaking and regulatory interpretations. Manage agency enforcement actions as necessary using available SSH&E and Law resources to minimize exposure to ExxonMobil and to maintain the company's positive image by employees, environmental agencies and the public. Performs periodic field walks, informal audits, and field verifications to validate current performance of assigned units. Participate in internal and external SSH&E assessments Job Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental or Science or equivalent work experience • Proven ability to take initiative, manage / prioritize deadlines and achieve results • Strong analytical and communication skills Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities • Experience working with environmental air issues • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team setting • Demonstrated leadership skills ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Seattle, WA, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION Are you interested in creating an impact in sustainability at a scale that few will ever experience? We're looking for an experienced, self-driven, analytical, and creative Data Scientist to drive state-of-the-art solutions for WW Packaging team. With over a billion unique products at Amazon, any advancement in sustainable packaging happens at a big data scale! If you are excited by the prospect of analyzing and modeling terabytes of data to solve real world problems, owning end-to-end business problems and directly impact the profitability of the company, then this role is for you. This position requires work experience in statistical analysis and machine learning, the ability to think big and dive deep, and embody a unique mix of thought leadership and technical acumen. This candidate will possess excellent communication, negotiation and influencing skills to drive consensus across multiple stakeholders. In addition, this opportunity requires excellent troubleshooting, problem-solving, and the ability to succeed in a fast-paced, technical environment. The ability to work independently and deal with an ambiguous environment is a must. Ownership of work is extremely important, and candidates should have a proven record of driving projects and strategic initiatives to their completion. The ideal candidate is motivated, agile, with strong time management and project management skills, and is technical and analytical. The candidate will also have a passion for helping us to identify and promote sustainability issues and opportunities at Amazon. Major responsibilities · Use statistical and machine learning techniques to create scalable solutions for business problems · Analyze and extract relevant information from large amounts of Amazon’s historical business data to help automate and optimize key processes · Design, development and evaluation of highly innovative models for predictive learning · Work closely with software engineering teams to drive real-time model implementations and new feature creations · Work closely with operations staff to optimize various business operations, · Establish scalable, efficient, automated processes for large scale data analyses, model development, model validation and model implementation · Research and implement novel machine learning and statistical/quality control approaches BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · PhD in highly quantitative field (CS/ML, Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Physics, etc) · 2+ years of industrial or research experience in predictive modeling, data science, and machine learning · Exceptional interpersonal and technical communication skills, both written and verbal · Strong structured thinking and problem solving ability · Solid understand of fundamental statistics · Experience in using Python, R, SAS, Matlab, Spark, or other statistical/machine learning software · Passion for sustainability PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · PhD in highly quantitative field (CS/ML, Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Physics, etc) · 5+ years of industrial or research experience in predictive modeling, data science, and machine learning · Experience with SQL or NoSQL databases. · Experience with AWS features (S3, Redshift) is a plus. · Experience in mentoring team members, and guiding them on machine learning and data modeling application Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation/Age. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon London, UK
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION About us: At Amazon, we are committed to and invested in sustainability because it’s a win all around – it’s good for business, the planet, our customers, and our communities. The Worldwide Sustainability team capitalises on Amazon’s scale, speed, and ability to invent and simplify to create a better and more resilient company. We manage our social and environmental impacts globally, and we drive solutions that enable our customers and our business to become more sustainable. The Sustainability programme drives customer trust and business continuity by ensuring respect for the rights of workers throughout Amazon’s supply chain and operations. We uphold company standards and expectations and seek to constantly improve the tools and processes that we use in doing so. To support our work on food sustainability, we are looking for an experienced Program Manager to join our Sustainability team. The role will sit at the intersection of Amazon’s food businesses and Sustainability. The Program Manager will support our work to implement goals around sustainable sourcing. The Sustainability Program Manager will be expected to handle both day-to-day matters (constantly thinking about how to invent and simplify to improve), but will also be expected to strategise on longer term, program-wide initiatives. This role will be based at Amazon’s corporate offices in London. Internal job description The ideal candidate is: • Enthusiastic and passionate about sustainable sourcing and food · Experienced at implementing responsible sourcing programs, with good technical subject matter knowledge on food sustainability, (e.g., seafood sustainability, animal welfare, commodities). · Technical knowledge on other topics such as packaging, waste, and social responsibility is also a bonus. · Knowledgeable about external groups and partners on food sustainability · A customer-obsessed problem solver who keeps the customer at the heart of decision making on sustainability topics · Someone with a keen ability to influence and form strong partnerships with business teams · Equally proficient in Word writing documents as in Excel performing in-depth analysis · Comfortable presenting executive level reports and analysis • Interested in sustainability beyond traditional CSR programs • A self-starter who over-indexes on ownership and accountability • Energised by opportunities to work on a global team Key Responsibilities: • Act as the Sustainability team lead for implementing goals related to food sustainability, with a focus on sourcing, working closely with the EU food business teams · Develop policies and standards and work with business stakeholders to implement · Create operational metrics, track and manage delivery timelines, and communicate program status to internal stakeholders · Be a point of contact between Amazon and external groups and partners • Combine local EU needs with an eye on Amazon’s global sustainability program • Identify/research innovation opportunities and write proposals/white papers BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Basic Qualifications: We want to hire the world’s brightest minds, and offer them an environment in which they can relentlessly improve the experience for our customers. · Bachelor’s degree (Master’s or other advanced degree preferred). · Experience and proficiency in project/programme management. · Strong attention to detail · Ability to work successfully in a fast-moving environment, to meet tight deadlines and prioritise workload even when faced with conflicting priorities. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · 5 years of experience in food and/or sustainability (experience in both is preferred). Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Seattle, WA, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION Amazon's Customer Packaging Experience team is looking for an experienced and motivated Business Analyst with outstanding leadership skills, and proven ability to develop, enhance, automate, and manage business and financial models using strong quantitative skills. The successful candidate will have strong data mining and modeling skills and is comfortable facilitating ideation and working from concept through to execution. The position will drive operational excellence by balancing a range of critical business, cost and CX factors related to packaging, including labor, transportation costs, material intensity, and product damages. This role will also build tools and support structures needed to analyze data, dive deep into root causes of operational issues or challenges, drive process improvements, build KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) and metrics, un-earth opportunities and present findings and recommendations to business partners and management. A qualified candidate must have demonstrated ability to manage medium to large-scale models and tools that are statistically grounded but also explainable operationally. In addition, an ideal candidate possesses strong written and verbal communication skills, strong focus on internal customers and professional demeanor and high intellectual curiosity with ability to learn new concepts/frameworks, algorithms and technology rapidly as changes arise. Additional responsibilities may include: · Manipulating/mining data from databases ( SQL Server, Redshift, Oracle DW) · Collaborating with BI/Data Engineer teams and drive the collection of new data and the refinement of existing data sources to continually improve data quality · Creating automated metrics, reports and dashboards using complex databases, data warehouses and web application technologies · Providing analytical network support to improve quality and standard work results · Root cause research to identify process breakdowns within departments and providing data through use of various skill sets to find solutions to breakdown · Fostering culture of continuous improvement through mentoring, feedback, and metrics BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · 3+ years of strong quantitative and qualitative experience in operations, supply chain, logistics, packaging engineering or related field. · Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Math, Statistics, Finance, Computer Science, · Proficiency with TABLEAU, Microsoft Excel to include making charts, data manipulation, pivot tables, creating macros, and visual basic knowledge · Able to write SQL scripts for analysis and reporting (Redshift, SQL, MySQL) · Experience with statistical analysis, regression modeling and forecasting, time series analysis, data mining, financial analysis, and demand modeling · Excellent written and verbal communication skills. The role requires effective communication with colleagues from computer science, operations research and business backgrounds. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Master’s degree or higher in Engineering, Math, Finance, Statistics, Computer Science, or other technical field from an accredited university · Familiarity with the processes used in Amazon fulfillment network and supply chain operations · Experience processing, filtering, and presenting large quantities (100K to Millions of rows) of data · Experience in Statistical Software such as R, SAS, SPSS, MINITAB · Experience using one or more VBA, Python, MATLAB, Java, C++ programming languages · Experience with Amazon Quality operations and/or Standard Work Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Seattle, WA, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
DESCRIPTION Amazon is looking for a big-thinking leader to provide strategic direction in the transportation sustainability systems and processes space. The new leader will work with the core business teams within Amazon Transportation Services (Linehaul, Air, Sort Centers, Product and Technology) to innovate and scale global sustainable logistics operations and processes. This leader will be responsible for providing thought leadership and strategic direction to drive new programs and processes that enable ATS to reduce the carbon footprint from its operations. This leader will work with other business leaders across WW Operations to identify, scope and scale initiatives that eliminate or reduce carbon. This leader will also work with our businesses to inform and incorporate carbon impact into long and mid-term business decision making. We are looking for an exceptionally motivated and talented Principal, Program Management, with a strong customer focus and analytical skills. You will help execute, and deliver on detailed plans, timelines and communicate to team leadership on status, risks, and process changes. You will need to thrive and deliver results in an ambiguous, and fast-paced business environment, operating across multiple teams and levels in the organization. The ideal candidate will have strong customer experience intuition, business and product sense combined with solid understanding of technical concepts. You must be able to thrive and succeed in an entrepreneurial environment, and not be hindered by ambiguity or competing priorities. High judgment, ability to influence, analytical talent, exceptional communications, and leadership are essential to success in this role. In a very real way, we are changing lives with the work we do. We are looking for a passionate, innovative leader to define, deliver and scale our operational solutions for Customers globally. The leader will take a strategic lens at new process and tools to optimize solution and improve process efficiency. The responsibilities for this leader include the following: · Manage team of in-person and remote associates across support, field operations, node configuration and transportation management · Use data and other closed loop mechanisms to create a scalable operations team that supports a fast-growing business · Own the globalization of operational processes for these businesses adjusting for local nuances · Gather and analyze information, formulate and test hypothesis and develop and communicate recommendations to senior leadership · Dive deep to understand complex interactions and second-order impacts of decisions and incentive structures · Act as the ‘business owner’, possessing a complete understanding of internal and external variables that impact our business · Coordinate cross-functional teams and communicate with internal and external parties, while meeting tight deadlines · Conduct financial analysis of business opportunities to meet and exceed goals. Everyone on the team needs to be entrepreneurial, wear many hats and be excited to join an ambitious team BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · Bachelor's degree in Business or Engineering · 7+ years’ experience in strategic supply chain, transportation, and/or sustainability · Track record of hiring and growing operational talent at all levels · Exceptional analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills · Excellent communication (verbal and written), interpersonal skills, and an ability to effectively communicate with both business and technical teams · Ability to manage multiple priorities and make things happen in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong bias for action · Passionate and knowledgeable about customer behavior PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Advanced graduate degree (e.g., MBA, MS, PhD, etc.) · Professional certification (PMP, Lean, Six Sigma, APICS-CLTD) · Comfortable with a varied set of software and editing tools. Ability to learn new tools quickly · Familiarity with databases and SQL · Expertise in a machine learning environment is a plus Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Hines, OR, USA
Jun 12, 2019
Full time
Summary The incumbent provides professional services in range management, and soil and water conservation activities while assisting in the planning of conservation practices on ranches and farms. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Develop resource management plans with ranch operators and other land and resource decision-makers. These duties involve working with the operators and ranchers in making range site and condition inventories, analyzing ranch resources, recommending varieties of crops and grasses, locating stock water developments, and irrigation water management. Follow-up with cooperators to implement the plans, determine successes or failure of established practices. This includes collecting cost/return data on range practices and range conservation plans. Provide assistance in the establishment of supplemental practices; monitors and documents changes in plant communities, rangeland, vegetative cover, and production and soil surface condition resulting from applied grazing management systems; and assist with the calculation of an adequate livestock feed and forage balance for the ranch. As directed, attends meetings of various rural, urban, and tribal groups to explain NRCS programs, program measures, and to develop competence and confidence in working with people. Participates in all appropriate administrative activities of the office, including preparation of news releases on range conservation topics of local interest. Amended Travel Required: Occasional travel up to 20% is required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Texas Campaign for the Environment Dallas, TX, USA
Jun 12, 2019
Full time
Texas Campaign for the Environment  is seeking a passionate new voice to develop lobbying strength on environmental issues here in North Texas! This position is based out of our Oak Lawn-area office. We are the largest and most successful environmental nonprofit in Texas, and the only one with a state-wide presence in all 181 legislative districts in Texas. We are seeking a driven activist  to organize local grassroots campaigns to protect the health, economy, environment, and livelihood of Texas communities. Key Responsibilities: *Further our political organizing and public education efforts through: Neighborhood canvassing Membership recruitment and fundraising Grassroots community outreach and coalition-building Identifying voters and volunteers Planning and participating in demonstrations and political actions Meeting with elected officials and other policymakers Qualifications: High-level relationship building skills with the ability to build consensus, engage a wide range of diverse stakeholders and allies, and navigate complex community and political dynamics. Ability to work independently, problem solve, and manage time and priorities. Good listening, speaking, and writing communication skills. Team-player. Genuine commitment to the environment, progressive politics, and the vision of a just and equitable society. Some related non-profit, political, or volunteer experience is preferred but not required. Bilingual skills a plus. Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-10PM. Compensation: Full time: $450/week +bonuses Benefits include: Comprehensive benefit package including health, dental and vision available for full time employees after 90 days 2 weeks paid vacation per year with holidays and sick days Potential for rapid advancement and management training Opportunities for travel throughout Texas and the U.S., including national and regional conferences Valuable campaign experience from the perspective of an NGO advocate *To apply: Complete our application  http://www.texasenvironment.org/careers We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer! It is the policy of TCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, TCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. #climatechange #community #organizer #organizing #political #politics #campaign #campaigning #entrylevel #environment #justice #planet #activist #activism  
Facebook Menlo Park, CA, USA
Jun 12, 2019
Full time
Facebook is hiring a Sustainability Program Manager to join the Infrastructure Sustainability team focused on the Responsible Supply Chain (RSC) program. This position will be focused on the life cycle of our materials and Facebook’s environmental supply chain program. We are looking for candidates with experience implementing and managing responsible supply chain activities and working with suppliers and stakeholders in technology supply chains. This position is full-time and located in our Menlo Park office. RESPONSIBILITIES Support building the strategy and execution of the supply chain circular economy, E-waste, and environmental programs Examine and manage supplier performance against RSC standards and contribute to supplier performance improvement Support the development and implementation of supplier capability building programs Maintain and develop positive, proactive relationships with key suppliers and stakeholders Engage with sourcing (procurement), legal, business units, and other cross-functional teams to align program objectives and manage key metrics Manage data analytics and provide insights of key trends and risks Contribute to internal and external reporting and communications Represent Facebook externally, as needed Contribute to the overall RSC program strategy, roadmap, and implementation This role requires travel (10%-20%) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS B.A. or B.S. in business management, environmental sciences or similar 4+ years of experience in the fields of corporate social responsibility, supply chain environmental management, social compliance, or hardware life cycle management Program management experience with demonstrated experience delivering programs on a regional level Proven experience delivering results through personal leadership and influencing others Proven experience to diplomatically resolve issues through understanding conflicting inputs, achieving alignment, and proposing go-forward solutions Communication experience PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience in supply chains and hardware life cycle management An advanced degree in sustainability related field, human rights, environment, health & safety, corporate responsibility or public policy Fluency in Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay, Nepalese, Thai, Vietnamese, Burmese and/or Indonesian Facebook is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at   accommodations-ext@fb.com . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Idaho, USA
Jun 12, 2019
Full time
Seasonal - This is a Career Seasonal appointment; it is expected you will work at least 6 months, but less than 9 months a year. When work or funds are not available, you will be placed in non-pay status. 2 vacancies in the following locations: Challis, ID Salmon, ID Summary Explore a new career with the BLM - where our people are our greatest natural resource. For additional information about the BLM, please visit   our website . One position is located in Salmon, Idaho and another is located in Challis, Idaho.  Information about the surrounding area may be found here:   Salmon  and  Challis . Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Assists Monitoring Coordinator with planning and directing fieldwork for the collection, analysis, and documentation of data related to the Field Office’s resource monitoring program and other field studies. Works directly with Monitoring Coordinator and Geographic Information Systems Specialists assembling and summarizing field data, ensuring that all monitoring activities are fully documented and reported. Organizes and oversees annual field work consistent with established monitoring protocols. Researches literature needed for preparing reports, environmental assessments and biological assessments. Assists the Monitoring Coordinator in refining the Field Office's resource monitoring program by summarizing data sets. Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel may be required to attend trainings, conferences, workshops, and/or field visits. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Invenergy Breckenridge, MI, USA
Jun 12, 2019
Full time
Invenergy drives innovation in energy. Powered by decades of entrepreneurial experience and unparalleled execution, we solve the energy challenges facing our customers and communities. We provide power generation and storage solutions at scale around the world to create a cleaner energy future. We develop. We build. We own. We operate. We are Invenergy. Job Description Invenergy believes inclusion drives innovation Diverse teams are better teams. The perspectives and experiences that people from different backgrounds bring to an organization drive better decisions and improve business results. Invenergy employees are inclusive and welcoming of all colleagues of all backgrounds, genders, races, sexual orientations, religions and abilities. About The Site The Gratiot Energy Center is a 110.4 MW wind power generation facility located in Breckenridge, MI utilizing GE 1.69-100 XLE turbine technology. Position Overview As a Wind Technician you will be responsible for operating and maintaining the Buckeye Energy Center. Responsibilities Perform routine mechanical and electrical maintenance on GE wind turbine and associated equipment Climb wind turbine towers daily, wearing all required safety equipment, to inspect, maintain, or repair equipment. Understand electrical and mechanical functions of all components of a wind turbine generator and associated equipment Troubleshoot mechanical and electrical faults; repair and/or replace components Maintain company tooling, facilities and equipment and a clean safe work environment Work a 40 hour work week and be subject to scheduled and unscheduled overtime. The work schedule will vary during the peak maintenance periods Required Skills One (1) year technical experience (mechanical, electrical, etc.) and/or technical education. Must be able to work outdoors in inclement weather, climb ladders without assistance, and work at heights greater than 80 meters (250 feet). Ability to move and manipulate up to 45 kg (100 pounds). As outlined in the job posting, there is a weight limitation of 265 lbs. per equipment specifications.  Therefore, you will be weighed before the climb test.  If your weight exceeds 265 lbs., you will not be able to complete the climb test. Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com