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Environmental Management Staffer Responsibilities-Chesapeake Research Consortium

Chesapeake Research Consortium Environmental Management Career Development Program Appointment in support of the Chesapeake Bay Program partnership’s Foster Chesapeake Stewardship Goal Implementation Team  Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay watershed requires committed, diverse, passionate individuals and the Chesapeake Research Consortium (CRC) seeks such an individual for a three-year appointment to provide support to the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) partnership’s Foster Chesapeake Stewardship Goal Implementation Team. 
Environmental Management Staffer Responsibilities The candidate selected for this position will be involved in a broad range of goal team activities associated with advancing the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement goals listed above. This will include: organization and support of a variety of meetings; coordinating communication with goal team and work group membership; tracking team action items; coordinating and/or working on specific projects; and carrying out resear…

Oyster Holdings Job Announcement: Oyster Hatchery Position

Job Announcement: Oyster Hatchery Position KCB Oyster Holdings is located in Lottsburg, Virginia and produces oyster larvae and seed from December through September. This is a seasonal, full-time job. This is a unique opportunity to commercially produce oysters and develop a research/breeding program to improve hatchery performance. Primary responsibilities: Brood stock management and maintenanceAlgae cultureSpawning and larvae cultureCultchless seed settingFiltration maintenanceBasic qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a science related fieldGood work ethic and self-motivatedAbility to work variable hours, including weekends in rotationAbility to work independently and multi-taskCommunicate effectively with other employeesAbility to perform record keeping and organize resultsPreferred qualifications: Prior hatchery knowledgeAbility to adaptively manageProblem solving/troubleshootingAbility to conduct research experimentsInterest in seawater chemistry and oyster breedingSalary negotiable a…

Full-Time International Food Policy Research Institute Internship

Full-Time International Food Policy Research Institute Internship
Position descriptionThe International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) seeks a Media Engagement Intern to provide crucial support in communicating innovative research on development issues.  IFPRI is a non-profit, apolitical research organization providing evidence-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty, hunger, and malnutrition, and improve welfare across the developing world. The successful candidate will help the media team spotlight and disseminate our best and most salient work through our social media channels, our blog, and our relationships with external news media outlets so that insightful research can inform meaningful policy changes towards realizing our vision of a world free from hunger and poverty.  To achieve these goals, the intern will: draft dynamic content for our website and blog based on our most relevant research and events; generate ideas and content for social media campaigns ac…

Part-Time SEA Teaching Position

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Clean Energy Analyst (Entry-Level)

Clean Energy Analyst (Entry-Level) Arlington VA
Green Powered Technology, LLC is an energy and engineering consulting firm based in Arlington, Virginia. We were established in 2010 with a vision of employing innovative solutions to sustainably manage the Earth’s resources and to meet society's needs. GPTech offers technical, financing, and private sector engagement expertise, furthering U.S. private sector expansion into emerging markets. We provide comprehensive client services from project inception to completion, by delivering solutions that improve operations and compliance, build institutional capacity, reduce risk, save money, enhance security and help our clients make more informed decisions about their energy and infrastructure investments. We work across three practices areas, energy, infrastructure and development, to support clients, such as, Customs Border Protection, U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), Millennium Challenge Corporation, and the U.S. Agency for Inte…

Assistant Director- UC Davis

The Environmental Policy & Management program at UC Davis is hiring!
Apply now We are now hiring an Assistant Director to support growth of the Environmental Policy and Management program at UC Davis.  Please share this open position and recruitment details within your network. This position combines program direction and teaching. Application details are included below.
Candidates should apply by June 24th to ensure consideration; we will continue to consider new applications after that date until the position is filled. 
Apply at:  https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/JPF02777
See https://epm.ucdavis.edu/for more information about the EPM program.
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Assistant Director -Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management (EPM) program at UC Davis 
Applications are invited for a full-time appointment as Assistant Director (AD) for the Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management (EPM) program at the Un…

National Wetland Condition Assessment Plant Data Research & Support National Wetland Condition Assessment Plant Data Research & Support

A postgraduate research opportunity is currently available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Water (OW). This appointment will be served with the Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds located in Washington, DC. The participant will be located in the Monitoring and Analysis Branch and support activities related to the National Aquatic Resource Survey (NARS) program, with a focus on the National Wetland Condition Assessment (NWCA; https://www.epa.gov/national-aquatic-resource-surveys/nwca). NWCA is a statistically based survey designed to characterize the ecological condition of wetlands across the conterminous United States every 5 years. It is a component of the NARS program and a key activity in EPA’s efforts to achieve national water-quality goals under the Clean Water Act. Throughout their appointment, the selected participant will research and learn about EPA’s efforts to monitor and assess wetland and other aquatic resources via large-scale, statist…

Water Resources Engineer / Design Scientist- Wildlands Engineering

Location: NC, VA or SC
Wildlands Engineering is continuously on the lookout for dynamic individuals to join our growing company. We are looking for a water resources engineer or scientist with a background in stream and wetland design, stormwater management, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, construction document production, and construction management. This position works with project managers to assist with complex ecosystem restoration designs; conduct field assessment and design of streams, wetlands, and watersheds; develop hydrologic and hydraulic models; and assess and design new and retrofit stormwater best management practices (BMPs).
The ideal candidate will demonstrate 2 to 15 years’ progressive experience working with the ecologic and hydrologic processes important to ecosystem restoration in the Southeastern United States. A graduate degree in a related field is preferred. Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D/Land Desktop, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, preparation of technical…

Wildlife Management Specialist - Howard County Recreation and Parks

POSITION SUMMARY:
This position would be a Contingent Worker in the Natural Resources Conservation section of the Natural and Historic Resources Division (NHRD).  The individual would be responsible for assisting the Deer Program Manager in operating the Managed Hunt and Sharpshooting programs, assisting with deer research projects, and monitoring the Four-Post Feeder tick pesticide applicator devices. The individual would also be responsible for assisting in other wildlife management related work, including Canada goose management.

DUTIES:
Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

Managed Hunt Program duties include
Prior to the managed hunt season duties include assisting with tree stand installation, trail maintenance, obtaining GPS coordinates of stand sites, and office work related to planning managed hunts.
During the managed hunt season duties will include, checking hunters in at managed hunts in various parks, recording arrival, stand site assignment, checking equipment,…

Nursery Employee - Chesapeake Natives

Nursery Seasonal Employee: Watering  Job Summary Chesapeake Natives plant nursery seeks a well-organized individual that can recognize and appropriately water species depending on their need. The successful candidate must be able to do physical work, prioritize task areas, and adjust to the watering needs of the nursery environment. The ideal candidate will be passionate about growing local ecotype native plants, have excellent people and management skills, and ideally, will have greenhouse or nursery experience in the production of native plants. We have a great nursery team and we would love to hear from qualified candidates who would like to work in the unique historic environment of Rosaryville State Park. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide daily watering 5 days a week, 5 hours per day, preferably mornings, one weekend day required.Watering will be required in all areas of the nursery, with the exception of the rain-gardenAble to work directly with senior management, andPer…

Vital Habitats Environmental Management - Chesapeake Research Consortium

Environmental Management Staffer ResponsibilitiesThe candidates selected for this position will be involved in goal team activities will be responsible for organization and support of meetings, member coordination and communication, tracking team action items, and research and synthesis activities, including reporting on performance indicators. The Staffers are key points of contact for delivering information from the Chesapeake Bay Program to partners across the watershed and are expected to manage the dynamics of each sub-team to help facilitate group consensus and collect pertinent information from group members in a timely fashion. The candidates will also support the goal team’s involvement in the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Strategy Review System process to track progress toward achieving Chesapeake Bay restoration goals and outcomes, including coordinating partnership reviews and consolidating feedback. The selected candidates will work as Chesapeake Research Consortium employees …

Bat Biologist - Apogee Environmental

Title: Bat Biologist (Crew leader) Region: Midwest and Eastern U.S. Start Date: immediately End Date: August 2019 with potential for fall work Workload: 7 days/week Pay Rate: Commensurate with experience/education
Description: Apogee, Inc. has openings for federally permitted bat biologists for various presence/absence surveys throughout the Midwest and Eastern U.S.  Primary responsibilities of this position are to lead a two-person crew to conduct summer mist-net and/or acoustic surveys threatened and endangered bat species.  Daily duties will include, but are not limited to: selection of net placement, deployment and operation of mist-nets, identification of eastern U.S. bat species, application of radio-transmitters and bands, maintaining and decontaminating equipment, radio-telemetry, emergence counts, and collection/submittal of precise and thorough data. Field work will entail hiking to and from mist-net survey sites with up to 50+ lbs. of equipment in varying terrain and possibly incl…

ENST Production Shop - Student Worker

ENST's production shop is hiring more student workers over summer. You would be working with your hands (i.e., painting, moving, cleaning, assembling, and potentially learning machinery) and working on campus 20-40 hours per week this summer. ENST pays $10.50 per hour. This position has the potential to continue through the fall semester.


To apply send yourcover letter, resume, and unofficial transcripts to Shannon Pederson, shannonp@umd.edu, by May 24th

Physical Science Technician -NOAA

As a Physical Science Technician, you will perform the following duties:  
Carry out, monitor, coordinate and/or control all aspects of shallow water hydrographic survey field operations to support routine nautical chart updates and rapid response to navigational emergencies.Responsible for installation, integration, calibration and operation of hydrographic survey equipment and ensure small boat vessels meet operational safety standards; and acquisition, processing and analysis of survey data.Acquire and analyze survey data; and identify and correct data quality issues, equipment malfunctions, operational survey deficiencies recommending improvements to standard operating procedures.Develop technical documents, including hydrographic survey reports and standard operating procedures and create geospatial information products to present and disseminate survey information; and conduct training in safety, vessel operations, and survey procedures.
EDUCATION: Successful completion of a full …