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National Park Service United States
Jan 23, 2018
Following are recent National Park Service vacancies.   Click the job title   to see details and to apply.  Park Ranger Isle Royale National Park, Michigan Starting at $33,394 (GS 5) 1039 • Full-Time Open 01/23/2018 to 01/29/2018 Park Ranger (Interpretation) Cumberland Gap, Middlesboro, Kentucky Starting at $15.73 (GS 5) 1039 Hours • Full-Time   Open 01/22/2018 to 01/26/2018 Park Ranger Staten Island, New York Starting at $38,245 (GS 5) 1 Year • Full-Time   Open 01/22/2018 to 01/26/2018 Park Rangers Bettles and Eagle, AK (2 vacancies) Starting at $18.70 (GS 5-7) 1039 hours • Full-Time   Open 01/22/2018 to 01/26/2018 Park Rangers 4 vacancies in the following locations: McCarthy, AK Seward, AK Slana, AK Yakutat, AK Open & closing dates: 01/19/2018 to  01/26/2018 $23.06 per hour. GS 5 Temporary - 1039 hours Park Rangers Lowell, MA-  2 vacancies Open & closing dates:  01/19/2018 to  01/25/2018 $17.68 to $17.68 per hour Temporary - 1039 Hours Click the job titles  to see details and to apply to each position.  Park Ranger Protection Locations: Medora, ND Watford City, ND Valentine, NE Custer, SD Hot Springs, SD Starting at $19.74 (GS 5) 1039 Hours • Full-Time Open 01/19/2018 to   01/26/2018    Park Guide Natchitoches, Louisiana Starting at $14.07 (GS 4) 1039 hours • Full-Time Open 01/16/2018 to   01/26/2018 Biological Science Technicians  (14) Gateway National Recreation Area, NY & NJ Starting at $18.33 (GS 5) 1039 Hours • Full-Time Open 01/16/2018 to   01/23/201 8 Park Rangers Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC: Buxton, NC  2 vacancies Nags Head, NC  2 vacancies Ocracoke, NC  1 vacancy Starting at $16 (GS 5) Seasonal • Full-Time Open 01/16/2018 to   02/02/2018 Click the job titles  to see details and to apply to each position. (Clicking Apply Now links to National Park Service employer page)   Remember to say you found this opportunity at
GHD Houston, TX, United States
Jan 23, 2018
GHD is one of the world’s leading professional services companies operating in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. Privately owned by our people, GHD provides engineering, environmental and construction services to private and public sector clients across five continents and the Pacific region. Focused on creating lasting community benefit, our connected global network of 8500 people delivers projects with high standards of safety, quality and ethics. Committed to sustainable development, GHD improves the physical, natural and social environments of the many communities in which we operate.  As a global firm, GHD continues to expand our market presence across North America.    As part of this effort, we are looking for several key individuals with backgrounds in environmental cultural and natural resources management and compliance; who are commercially astute, and comfortable dealing at all levels within a client organization. As an   Environmental Permitting Project Manager – Natural Resources   you will help lead projects and business development in Houston and South Texas.  If you have a background in site development relating to natural resource assessments, mitigation plans, wetlands delineation, and associated permitting, this could be a career enhancing move.  This is an opportunity to leverage your local knowledge and be involved in challenging projects that will offer an opportunity to provide technical solutions as a subject matter expert. We offer a professional and friendly culture based on our core values of Teamwork, Respect, Safety and Integrity. We also provide an active community program and professional development through the GHD Business School. The successful candidate will have knowledge in: Clean Water Act (CWA) Wetlands and waters delineations and reports Permit applications to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)  National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)  Endangered Species Act (ESA) Migratory Bird Treaty Act  Project sitting  Desktop surveys  Environmental Assessments (EA)  Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) filings The ideal candidate will have: Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, or related major Approximately 10+ years of experience   Communication skills to interact with clients, regulatory agencies, and staff Experience with federal agencies such as USACE Proficient with GPS devices Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Earth, GIS, and other software Comfortable with conducting field surveys Periodic travel out of town, including overnight stays, as needed Additional experience the ideal candidate may have include: Business development of new clients  Established professional network Manage multiple projects simultaneously Provide training and mentorship  Manage multiple team members Develop unique client and project strategies Assist with growth of group and recruiting additional staff Understand scope/schedule/budget on large projects Demonstrate proven leadership ability This is a lifetime opportunity for individuals who are driven, passionate and looking to be challenged in their leadership and career development.  To learn more about why GHD is the perfect place to bring your career, apply today and check out our website at . As a multicultural organization, we encourage individual achievement and recognize the strength of a diverse workforce. GHD is an equal opportunity employer. We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status or veteran status. Remember to say you found this opportunity at
Army Corps of Engineers Concord, MA, United States
Jan 23, 2018
Full time
Summary Looking for a great place to work? The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of the best! In 2016, USACE ranked number two of government large-agency subcomponents! As rated by their employees, USACE supervisors strongly support employee development and opportunities to demonstrate leadership skills, while also maintaining an optimal work/life balance. The Corps offers a team-inspiring and collaborative work environment; providing challenging and rewarding careers across a variety of disciplines. Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. About the Position:   The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) New England District is responsible for managing the Corps' civil work and military program responsibilities in a 66,000-square-mile region encompassing the six New England states east of the Lake Champlain drainage basin. The region has 6,100 miles of coastline, 171 harbors with Corps improvements, 13 deep draft commercial waterways, 13 major river basins, and thousands of miles of rivers and streams. The District employs about 500 professional civilian employees, several military officers serving in key management positions. Seventy-five percent of the staff stationed at Concord, Mass. headquarters while the others serve at Corps project and area offices throughout the region. Who May Apply: US Citizens 2 vacancies in the following locations: 1 vacancy - Augusta, ME: $41,365-$79,586 1 vacancy - Concord, MA: $45,707-$87,940 Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent serves as a technical specialist and project manager within the Regulatory Division, with a foundation based on the biological, ecological, physical and social sciences. Responsible for the evaluation of permit applications, coordination of their review with state and federal agencies and the issuance of permits. The incumbent also assists in the management of the Regulatory program through development, administration and implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements. You will perform the following duties: Conduct pre-application consultation, evaluation of permit applications and monitoring of permit compliance. Conduct jurisdictional determinations and check/confirm wetland delineations. Conduct mitigation site planning, monitoring and assessment. Facilitate the management of the enforcement workload by conducting investigation to develop and determine the resolution of enforcement actions. Write and comment on Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements Assist in management of district Regulatory program. Advise lower-graded personnel on procedural and technical aspects of the regulatory program. The Maine Project Office is located in Augusta, Maine. Augusta is the capital city of Maine. Beside the Kennebec River, Old Fort Western is an 18th-century wooden fort, with a recreated general store. And, the Headquarters of the USACE New England District is located in Concord, Mass. Concord is approximately 18 miles northwest of Boston. Concord feels like a suburb with much historical flair. Nearby is a National Park where the American Revolutionary battle of Concord-Lexington took place in 1775. Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position 10% of the time. Closes 02/01/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at
Army Installation Management Command Fort Belvoir, VA, United States
Jan 23, 2018
Full time
Summary Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. About the Position: The incumbent gathers information and data necessary to demonstrate compliance with air permits and regulations, calculating potential and actual air emissions, performing compliance inspections of facilities, assisting in maintaining emission source inventories, and preparing reports and submittals for regulators. Knowledge of the Clean Air Act, New Source Performance Standards, General Conformity, Reasonably Available Control Technologies, Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance programs, and Ozone Depleting Substance regulation is required. The position is located in Fort Belvoir, VA. Fort Belvoir is approximately 15 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., five miles from Alexandria, VA and next door to the community of Mount Vernon, VA. It is within easy driving distance of Washington, D.C., national historical sites and parks. You can find historical sites, shopping, schools, and churches in the area. For more information about the area, visit the website Who May Apply: US Citizens Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Maintain knowledge of the Clean Air Act; research new and proposed regulations; provide input to command briefings on impacts of existing and upcoming Clean Air Act regulations; evaluate impacts and develop recommendations to mitigate impacts. Identify needs and develop Environmental Program Requirements Reports (EPRs) for new air quality projects; update EPRs annually; provide government estimates for project costs, cost savings, and cost avoidance; maintain and submit required state reports in compliance with regulatory timelines; maintain and update the Installation Environmental Management Tracking System software. Communicate and interface with internal and external stakeholders. Assist staff with other compliance programs outside the Air Compliance Program. Serve as Contracting Officer's Representative . Closes 01/29/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at