Forester, US Bureau of Land Management, Kremmling, CO. $52,642 to $82,798/yr. Work involves managing forest landscapes, forest and woodland sale planning, forest product sales and administration, reforestation, and forest stand improvements. The incumbent plans and implements technical projects and performs leadership duties in support of forestry-oriented, multiple-use land management programs, including coordination of appropriate staff to accomplish the work. Closes Tuesday 10/25/2016
Fish and Wildlife Technician I-II, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Corpus Christi, TX. Closes 10/31/2016. collect, record, and process biological data on the state's freshwater fisheries. Interacts and works closely with the general public to gather fisheries-related data, provide information and/or conduct outreach. Responsible for maintaining equipment and facilities. Operates boats, motors and other fisheries sampling equipment. Fabricates special equipment needed for fisheries projects.
Park Rangers (Protection), National Park Service, Arco, ID (Craters of the Moon National Monument) and 6 Washington locations (Mt. Rainer NP and North Cascades NP). GS-0025-05/07 ($19.10 to $23.24/hr.). Full Time - Temporary NTE 1039 hours. Perform a variety of resource and visitor protection duties including: enforcement of federal laws, regulations and policies; investigation of motor vehicle accidents; patrol of both frontcountry and backcountry sites; emergency response (utilizing Incident Command System);provide emergency medical services; search and rescue; facilitate visitor stewardship and orientation; wilderness management; boundary enforcement; protection of natural and cultural resources (wildlife, plants, archeological sites, historic buildings) and wildland/structural fire suppression. Closes 10/14/2016
Environmental Protection Specialist (Environmental Compliance Specialist), US Bureau of Prisons, Butner, NC. $61,106 to $79,437/yr. This position is located at a Bureau of Prisons (BOP) federal correctional facility and is under the supervision of the Environmental & Safety Compliance Administrator. The incumbent serves as the Environmental Compliance Specialist, and is responsible for the local implementation of national goals, targets, and objectives relating to environmental issues. The incumbent oversees the environmental program and may assist in planning, directing, and coordinating the implementation of local environmental policy. The employee’s primary duties have a significant effect on the execution of management policies or programs locally. Closes 10/25/2016
Organizing Representative, Beyond Coal Campaign, Sierra Club, Charlotte, NC.
Campaign Representative, Beyond Coal Campaign, Sierra Club, Omaha or Lincoln, NE.
Organizing Representative, Beyond Coal Campaign, Sierra Club, St. Petersburg, Florida. Organizing Representatives are responsible for recruiting, engaging, and motivating large numbers of new people to take repeated action which will further Sierra Club’s targeted campaign or program goals. Identifies and develops volunteers to take on the role of team leaders and build grassroots power and networks. Identifies and builds alliances with other organizations which can influence decision-makers.
Associate Organizing Representative, Sierra Club, Seattle, WA. he Associate Organizing Representative is responsible for recruiting, engaging, and motivating large numbers of new people to take repeated action which will further Sierra Club’s targeted campaign or program goals. Identifies and develops volunteers to take on the role of team leaders and build grassroots power and networks. Identifies and builds alliances with other organizations which can influence decision-makers.
Wildlife Biologist 2, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Delaware County, OH. $20.89 Hourly. Acts as project leader/principal investigator for wild turkey and forest gamebird research and survey projects: oversees and guides the activities of lower-level staff (e.g., wildlife technicians, college interns) assigned to forest gamebird research projects. Closing 10/15/2016 11:59 PM Eastern
Environmental Specialist 2, Ohio EPA. Hocking County, OH. F/T. $22.87/hr. Closes 10/14/2016 5:00 PM Eastern. engineering review and evaluation of detail plans, general/facility plans and permit-to-install applications to ensure that the design of sanitary sewers, pump stations, force mains, and wastewater treatment facilities meet state and federal guidelines; preparation of draft NPDES wastewater discharge permits for industrial and domestic wastewater sources; conducting inspections of domestic, industrial, and pretreatment wastewater treatment facilities to ensure compliance with permits and enforcement actions; developing enforcement actions and providing support in litigation; responding to citizen inquiries and complaints; providing technical and compliance assistance.
College Intern (Environmental Law), Ohio EPA, Franklin County, OH. Part-time, temporary. $11.00 - $11.50 hourly. Closes 10/31. Assists in the preparation of enforcement cases, general counsel assignments, drafting rules adopted by Ohio EPA and other tasks of the Office of Legal Services. Conducts legal research, drafts memoranda and other documentation, participates in meetings and discussions with Agency staff, attends proceedings before Environmental Review Appeals Commission and Ohio EPA Hearing Examiner, attends hearings before the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review and participates in site visits. Assists the legal staff in responding to inquires from the public and governmental officials. Performs related duties as required, such as maintaining confidential records. Must be current be in ABA accredited law school.
Fish & Wildlife Aid, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, Fresno, CA. $12.11-$14.26/hr. Assist Wildlife Management staff with Mourning Dove Banding Project. Assist with capture and handling of various wildlife species. Identify plants and animals to species and record data accurately in the field.