Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 37,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 130 countries worldwide.

With environmental sustainability as a guiding principle, our disciplined Corps team is working diligently to strengthen our Nation’s security by building and maintaining America’s infrastructure and providing military facilities where our servicemembers train, work and live. We are also researching and developing technology for our war fighters while protecting America’s interests abroad by using our engineering expertise to promote stability and improve quality of life.

Army Corps of Engineers Abiquiu, NM, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: This is a permanent seasonal recruitment may be used to fill Park Ranger positions in Abiquiu. Please note these are full time seasonal work schedules that may be asked to work 6 months out of a year and be placed on non-pay status while not working. Who May Apply: US Citizens Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serve as a Park Ranger completing the routing day to day duties required to operate and maintain the recreational facility to which assigned. Answer visitor's questions requiring a knowledge of a variety of facts, events, rules, regulations, and the park's natural characteristics. Enforce rules, policies and guidelines Research, develop and present limited interpretive program including: campfire programs; guided tours of the lake project and/or dam; talks and slide shows; and presentation to local schools and community organizations. Participate in a variety of resources management projects designed to maintain and enhance the resources and to provide a quality natural environmental experience for the public. Assist higher grade park rangers with administrative duties Closes 05/11/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
Apr 18, 2018
Full time
2 vacancies in the following locations: Palm Beach Gardens, FL Panama City, FL You may qualify for reimbursement of relocation expenses in accordance with agency policy. Moving expenses may be authorized. Summary About the Position:   Panama City   is located on the Gulf of Mexico with a total population of approximately 160,000 people. The area is known for its sugary white sandy beaches. The Corps' Office is located in a 4-story office building on a major commercial corridor (i.e.,23rd Street). Free parking is readily available immediately adjacent to the office building. Retail shopping and numerous dining choices are located within a short walk, or drive, from the office. A great place to live and work. Information about the Jacksonville District is located at http://www.saj.usace.army. The   Palm Beach Gardens   office is located north of West Palm Beach, Florida. This position offers flexi-time work schedule with credit hour option, workspace cubicles in a close-knit, corporate business setting with free parking. The Palm Beach Gardens area is subtropical offering warm weather in the winter and has easy access to Atlantic Coast beaches, world class fishing, diving/snorkeling, surfing, golfing, shopping, and many other activities. This position is a TERM position. It is a time limited position and may be extended up to a maximum of six years. This position may be converted to a permanent, career or career-conditional appointment without further competition as long as all requirements are met. To be eligible for conversion, employee must complete at least 2 years of current continuous service under a term appointment in the competitive service AND employee must have a current performance rating under such term appointment of at least fully successful or equivalent. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Responsible for reviewing and evaluating applications for Department of the Army permits pursuant to Section 10, Rivers and Harbors Act, Section 404, Clean Water Act, and Section 103, Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act. Determines regulatory jurisdiction, ensures project compliance with Endangered Species Act, National Historic Preservation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and other regulations, policies, and guidance. Prepare public notices, biological assessments, and other documents and correspondence related to permit decisions. Negotiate with applicants to ensure sufficient avoidance and minimization of impacts and adequacy of mitigation proposals. Contributes to watershed initiatives such as agency representative at a variety of meetings. Travel Required Occasional travel - This position has a Temporary Duty (TDY) or business travel requirement of 10% or less of the time. Closes 05/02/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early
Army Corps of Engineers Sanger, CA, USA
Apr 18, 2018
Few vacancies in the following locations: Lemoncove, CA Raymond, CA Sanger, CA Summary About the Position: The parks hosted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District are a string of lovely jewels set in the sunny valleys of California -- from Black Butte in the north to Success Lake in the south. They offer stunning visual contrast -- golden hills to deep blue waters; sites rich in California history; and natural wonders in every season. Camping, fishing, boating, hiking, bird-watching and a thousand other special family memories await you. We proudly invite you to come and discover (or rediscover) your USACE Sacramento District Parks. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serves as a Park Ranger working independently and on occasion assisting higher graded ranger staff with the day-to-day duties required to operate and maintain the recreational facility to which the employee is assigned. Duties include: Patrolling all recreational areas; assisting visitors, answering questions, issuing warning citations to visitors, providing assistance with interpretive programs (i.e. guided tours, instructional briefings, etc.), developing and/or modifying existing interpretive programs, inputting and retrieving data from agency databases, monitoring the work performed by volunteers and contractors, and assisting with park management programs (i.e. planting of trees and ground cover, maintenance of park signs, and the cleaning of debris and liter). Closes 04/24/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early
Army Corps of Engineers Miami, FL, USA
Apr 18, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: The Miami Regulatory Office is located in the Kendall area of Miami with easy access to major interstate highways, flexi-time work schedule with credit hour option, and free parking. The office is located close to several major universities and colleges. The Greater Miami area is sub-tropical offering warm weather in the winter and has easy access to beaches, world class fishing, diving, shopping, nightlife and many other activities. Everglades National Park and the Florida Keys are only an hour's drive away. For more information visit the following web sites: http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/ or http://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/cities/miami.html. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Evaluates applications for Department of the Army permits pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act, Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, and Section 103 of the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act. Determines regulatory jurisdiction, ensures project compliance with Endangered Species Act, National Historic Preservation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and other applicable environmental laws, regulations, policies, and guidance. Prepares public notices, biological assessments, and other documents and correspondence related to permit decisions. Coordinates with applicants to ensure sufficient avoidance and minimization of impacts and adequacy of mitigation proposals. Contributes to watershed initiatives such as development of regional general permits and serves as agency representative at a variety of meetings. Establishes and maintains effective and personal dialog with applicants, consultants, and state and federal agencies. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early
Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk, VA, USA
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   Serves as a Forester for the North Atlantic Division and for the Acquisition Management and Disposal Branch of the Norfolk District Real Estate Division, boundaries range from the Canadian border to the Virginia- North Carolina state line. Selection can be made at the GS-07, GS-09 or GS11. If selection is made at the GS-07 or GS-09 non-competitive promotion potential to GS-09 or GS-11. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Assists District Forester with the installation's Timber Disposal Program specifically Department of Public Works and Environment Divisions concerning installation activities. Assists District Forester with sales of forest products, promotes interest in sales, keeps the public informed of the timber disposal activities through appropriate solicitation media, and administration of agricultural leases. Makes field site inspections and administers cutting and logging operations to ensure that all terms of the contract are in compliance. Conducts research involving the development and testing of new techniques in forest management. Travel Required 50% or less - Business travel may be required up to 30% of the time. Closes 04/30/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Burbank, WA, USA
Apr 16, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: TERM APPOINTMENT and can be extended up to a maximum of six years and may be converted to permanent without further competition. This position is seasonal and is expected to work between 6 to 8 months out of the year (March through November). Ice Harbor Project is a multi-purpose hydropower project, with missions that include operation and maintenance of the facility for flood control, hydroelectric power generation with six main generating units, navigation locks, fish facility with two fish ladders, recreation and natural resources management. Pasco, WA is located in southeastern Washington. It is part of what is known as the Tri-Cities, consisting of Richland, Kennewick and Pasco. Pasco is in a high desert area with the outer area being mostly farming area producing wheat, corn, grapes, apples and other crops. There are many wineries in the area. Recreational opportunities including fishing, hunting, boating and camping are abundantly available to enthusiasts. In the winter, skiing is within an hour away. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Responsible for operation of juvenile fish transportation facilities and/or barges. Collect and maintain data associated with the juvenile fish transportation program. Provide detailed reports to Supervisor on facility or barge operations on a regular basis. Responsible for collecting fish, loading raceways and barge holds, and for determining fish numbers, loading densities, and overall fish behavior and condition. Make recommendations concerning facility and/or barge operations and equipment to improve overall operation. Responsible for ensuring fish facilities and/or barges are operated within fish passage criteria. Coordinate with and/or assist researchers working on fish facilities or barges. Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position. Closes 04/23/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Clewiston, FL, USA
Apr 16, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position works for the US Army, Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville, FL, with a duty station in either Clewiston, FL OR Okeechobee, FL. You may select the duty station in which you would like to be considered for. This is a developmental position being filled at the GS-07 grade level. This recruitment provides promotion opportunity to GS-09, and full performance GS-11 target grade level without further competition when selectee is eligible and recommended by management. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Conduct field surveys of invasive plants. Participate in the management of invasive species projects. Operate airboats and motorboats. Utilize Geographic Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) to monitor and track invasive species. Participate in the planning, construction or implementation of ecosystem restoration projects. Knowledge of invasive species management methods, (i.e., Biocontrol, Mechanical, Chemical) Coordinate and plan with other agencies (Invasive Species Management and Ecosystem Restoration projects). Analyze data using spreadsheets, databases and/or GIS. Participate in outreach activities associate with invasive species management and ecosystem restoration. Input data using spreadsheets and/or databases. Prepare reports and correspondence on technical issues and policy matters. Participate in public presentations to professional societies, civic and educational groups related to invasive species management and/or ecosystem restoration. Closes 04/23/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Gore, OK, USA
Apr 16, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: This is a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger), GS-0401-05/07/09 position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, Operations Division, located in Gore, Oklahoma. This position may be filled at the GS-05 with promotion potential to the GS-07 and GS-09 or at the GS-07 with promotion potential to the GS-09 or at the full performance GS-09. Promotion is at the discretion of management. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities You will serve as a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) for a lake project office. You will coordinate long and short-range planning and execution of all activities related to one or more of the following: Recreation and Park Administration Environmental Stewardship Fisheries and Wildlife Management Public Relations Soil and Water Conservation Historic property management and protection Visitor assistance, public safety and education Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position. Closes 04/23/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento, CA, USA
Apr 16, 2018
Summary About the Location:   Sacramento is California's best kept secret. It's a progressive city with great pride in its ethnic and cultural diversity, concern for environmental and social issues, and emphasis on quality in the provision of governmental services. Sacramentoans enjoy professional ballet, opera, theater, outstanding museums, one of the best small zoos in the country, and the NBA's Sacramento Kings. Home to the world's second largest urban forest (behind Paris), Sacramento sits just two hours between both San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. About the Position:   Serves as a Planner/Study Manager, planning and coordinating studies which are segments of larger studies or smaller, conventional studies affecting potential, proposed or authorized water resource planning civil work projects, e.g., navigation, flood protection, erosion control, storm protection, recreation, preservation and enhancement of wildlife resources, pollution abatement, and other water resources development. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Studies address the economic, social, environmental, ecological, engineering, cultural and aesthetic aspects and values of the proposed project. Travel Required 25% or less - Business Travel (TDY) is approximately 20% of the time. Closes 04/27/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Corps of Engineers Taylorsville, KY, USA
Mar 10, 2018
Temporary
Summary About the Position: This is a Temporary, Not-to-Exceed (NTE) 6 month Park Ranger position with a first cut-off date of 16 March 2018 . Applications received after the initial cut-off date will be considered as additional vacancies occur.  Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Advise visitors concerning safety, fire prevention, and proper and authorized use of recreational facilities. Develop and conduct interpretive talks and guided tour programs. Inspect facilities and check for compliance with rules and regulations. Collect cash receipts (user fees) and deposits in a designated depository. Prepare displays for postings on project bulletin boards. Conduct on-foot and motorized patrols of project land and water ways. Investigate stream pollution due to logging, mining and manufacturing processes, etc.