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Eno River Association Land Conservation Specialist
EnviroSystems Management, Inc. NEPA Specialist/Technical Writer
SWCA Environmental Planner Project Manager
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) Energy & Environmental Permitting Lead
State of Montana Fisheries Mgmt. Bureau Cheif (Pos. #52113802)
City of Boulder, Colorado Stormwater Quality Engineer
USACE Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) - Civiilian employee
State of Idaho Hydrogeologist, Staff (#03312022313)
Indiana University Post-doctoral Researcher in Critical Zone Hydrology and Biogeochemistry
University of Utah Society, Water, and Climate- Hydrological Modeling- Tenured Faculty Position (Req #PRN00928F)
University of Utah Society, Water, and Climate- Snow Hydrology- Tenured Faculty Position (Req# PRN00929F)
Buzzards Bay Coalition Land Stewardship Director
Normandeau Associates, Inc. Nautral Resources Scientist
Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC) Education Manager
River Alliance of Wisconsin Communications Director
CDM Smith Senior Project Manager - FEMA Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance
CTEC SME Community Recovery Planning
Burns & McDonnell Assistant Environmental Scientist - Kansas City (Req. ID# 141455
Grand Junction, CO Project Manager
TRC Permitting Specialist
TRC Permitting Specialist
Conservation Fund Program Associate
Tidewater Environtmental Services Senior Project Engineer
Tidewater Environmental Services Environmental Scientist/Planner
Clemson University Water Resources Extension Agent - Assistant (Job ID: 13529)
USDA Forest Service Intermountain Region Hydrologist (GS-1315-12)
New Jersey Future Policy Manager Part-Time
Blue Mountain Land Trust Executive Director
Tighe & Bond, Inc. Environmental Scientist / Engineer (MLES-2014)
LA Department of Environmental Quality Environmental Scientist
Stone Environmental School Instructor/ Naturalist
Snohomish County, WA Public Works Supervisor IV - Floodplain Services
NOAA Asst. Administrator for Oceanic & Atmospheric Research (1301)
Conservation International Coordinator, Metrics and Marine Climate Change (530)
Defenders of Wildlife Water Policy Advisor, California Program
ERT Fish Passage Restoration Specialist (1067)
IEc Associate Environmental Scientist
CDM Smith GIS Specialist 4


Position Title: Land Conservation Specialist
Employer: Eno River Association
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Durham, NC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Benefits: Full-time position with competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Generous benefits package including retirement, health insurance, and vacation time. 403b retirement plan with matched contributions.
Job Description: The Eno River Association is a private, non-profit conservation organization founded in 1966. Our mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural, and historical resources of the Eno River basin. We pursue our mission through a variety of program areas including land conservation, advocacy, environmental education, and the Festival for the Eno. Our efforts to date have resulted in nearly 7,000 acres of protected lands. The Association is a conservation leader in Durham and Orange Counties, and is a member of both the North Carolina Land Trust Council and the Upper Neuse Clean Water Initiative. The Eno River Association was accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission in 2010.

Description
The Eno River Association is seeking an energetic, outgoing, organized, and highly motivated professional to lead land stewardship activities and assist with landowner outreach and conservation transactions in the Eno River basin. Responsibilities include managing a growing portfolio of conservation easement and Association-owned fee lands while also assisting with the management of conservation partner protected lands. The person in this position also works closely with the Executive Director and the Association's conservation partners to develop and implement strategies for land acquisition.
Qualifications: Qualifications
* A strong background and experience in natural resource management, volunteer coordination, and environmental restoration techniques.
* A dedicated team player with a sense of humor and a strong commitment to protecting the natural environment who also works well independently.
* Working knowledge of North Carolina native species and ecology, management of common invasive weeds, and common issues associated with land management.
* Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact and communicate with a variety of public and private interests, partners, and constituents.
* Proficiency in ArcGIS software and GPS. Strong computer proficiency and office skills.
* Experience working on conservation easement and land acquisition projects is a plus.
* Willingness to work in the field (often alone), as well as in the office environment.
* Willingness to work occasional nights and regular weekend volunteer workdays, as well as the 4th of July holiday weekend and New Year's Day holiday.
* A valid driver's license and willingness to use personal vehicle when necessary (with mileage reimbursement).
* Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in environmental science, natural resources management, forestry, or related field.
Comments: Apply by emailing a cover letter and resume to robin@enoriver.org. Please include "Land Conservation Specialist" in the subject line. Please mention how you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: The Eno River Association is an equal opportunity employer. Find more information at www.enoriver.org.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/15/2014

Position Title: NEPA Specialist/Technical Writer
Employer: EnviroSystems Management, Inc.
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Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: kpohs@esmaz.com
Job Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: EnviroSystems Management, Inc. is seeking a mid-level NEPA Specialist / Technical Writer to support various planning and environmental impact analysis projects throughout the Southwest and Four Corners regions. This is a full-time, benefit-eligible position offering the successful candidate medical, dental, and vision care; paid vacation and sick leave; paid holidays; group life and disability insurance; a matching 401(k) contribution; paid training; professional growth opportunities; and a challenging but flexible and friendly work environment.

EnviroSystems is a small, successful environmental consulting firm based in Flagstaff, Arizona. We have been providing services in natural and cultural resources management, environmental permitting, National Environmental Policy Act compliance, noxious weed management, Geographic Information Systems, and public relations in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado since 1999.

Flagstaff, with a population of 68,000, lies at 7000 feet among the ponderosa pine forests of north- central Arizona. Home to Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff enjoys a favorable four-season climate and proximity to Grand Canyon National Park, Sedona, the Painted Desert, and numerous other local attractions. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound and include hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, birding, hunting, and fishing.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Depending on the type of project and complexity, serve as a Project Manager, Technical Writer, and/or Resource Specialist on National Environmental Policy Act and other environmental projects Collect and analyze environmental data to evaluate the effects of management proposals on natural, cultural, and sociocultural resources Serve as a member or lead of an interdisciplinary team carrying out complete environmental studies, evaluations, and research concerning a variety of resources including cultural resources, biological resources, air, noise, water, vegetation, recreation, wildlife, soils, socioeconomics, and/or other topics Write introductory, alternatives, and impact analysis sections in Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements Support public involvement activities as part of the NEPA process and for other municipal, county, state, and federal projects Prepare professional documents, fully referenced, that are technically and grammatically correct
Qualifications: JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
A Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Planning, Biology, Ecology, Natural Resources Management, or other closely related field. A Master's Degree is preferred.
A minimum of 3 years of experience in a primary role in NEPA compliance and environmental planning in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and/or Nevada
Strong technical writing skills
Experience working on transmission line, renewable energy, pipeline, and/or mining projects
Experience working for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, or other federal agencies is preferred
Familiarity with the Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act a bonus
Ability to take initiative, resolve problems, and create improved procedures to ensure tasks are completed in the most effective and efficient manner
Ability to engage, coordinate, and guide the NEPA process working with the client and federal agency.
Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team of resource scientists
Comments: Please mention how you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to kpohs@esmaz.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/15/2014

Position Title: Environmental Planner Project Manager
Employer: SWCA
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking an Environmental Planner Project Manager with experience assisting Lead Agencies and managing the preparation of environmental documents for our San Luis Obispo office. This is a regular, full-time salaried position that is a career growth opportunity to join SWCA's expanding California practice. Pay rate will be based on individual qualifications and experience.

SWCA offers a team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries, and a competitive benefits package, including an employee stock ownership retirement plan (ESOP).


Job Responsibilities:
* Serve as project manager for CEQA documents prepared for a variety of projects;
* Manage multidisciplinary teams of SWCA staff and sub-consultants;
* Write various sections of CEQA documents and review/edit other sections prepared by technical specialists;
* Manage and coordinate complex CEQA documents;
* Conduct business development, including client outreach, preparing proposals, and conducting interviews and presentations;
* Ensure CEQA project quality, schedule, and budget objectives;
* Make client and public presentations of CEQA documents;
* Take initiative, resolve problems, and identify improved procedures to assure client needs are met effectively;
* Work closely with project managers, directors, and principals throughout the company to promote SWCA's business interests in adherences to its mission, vision, and values; and,
* Contribute to expanding SWCA's professional reputation in environmental consulting and research.
Qualifications: Job Qualifications:

Required:
* Bachelor's degree in environmental planning or a related field. Master's degree a plus.
* At least five (5) years of progressively responsible and applicable experience preparing CEQA documents.
* At least two (2) years business development experience in a support role.
* Working knowledge of CEQA and California land use regulations.
* Excellent written, logic, organizational, oral, analytical, and document management skills.
* Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
* Ability to travel as needed for projects throughout California.
* Willingness to learn, have fun, and grow into increased management responsibilities.

Preferred:
* Experience with alternative energy, transportation, infrastructure, transmission, and UC and state university projects.
* Working knowledge of NEPA, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and other federal regulations.
* Experience with coastal issues, and public involvement and presentation skills are also a plus.
Comments: SWCA offers a team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries, and a competitive benefits package, including an employee stock ownership retirement plan (ESOP). If you are seeking an opportunity to work in a culture of exceptionally skilled and diverse professionals who embrace sound science and creative solutions, then SWCA may be a great fit for you!

In support of our value of integrity, SWCA promotes a safe and drug free workplace. We participate in E-verify and pre-employment background screening services.

SWCA is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.
To be considered for this position, resumes must be received through our online application system to receive consideration. By clicking on new resume you can upload your cover letter and resume.

For more information and to apply online, visit: http://www.swca.com/

Please mention where you saw this opportunity.

If you need assistance or accommodations to apply, please contact us at recruiting@swca.com or 800-828-8517.
How To Apply: For more information and to apply online, visit: http://www.swca.com/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/15/2014

Position Title: Energy & Environmental Permitting Lead
Employer: Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB)
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Watertown, MA
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Job Description: VHB is seeking an Energy and Environmental Permitting Lead to join our Watertown, MA office. VHB's Energy and Environmental Planning group is hiring a mid-level professional to assist with the preparation of permitting applications for energy and land development projects, with particular emphasis on the siting of electric transmission lines and gas pipelines. Experience with developing permit applications and supporting documentation for the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities and Energy Facilities Siting Board, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) unit, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is required.

Permit applications will address topic areas including wetland impacts, rare species impacts, land use, noise impacts, overhead and underground utility construction methodologies, air quality/ greenhouse gas emissions, water quality and stormwater management. Familiarity with these issues and their application to energy and land development projects is required. Please submit application online: www.vhb.com

Responsibilities:
* Preparation of permit applications
* Primary authorship of environmental assessments
* Coordination with technical team members and subconsultants
* Conduct field work to investigate environmental conditions
* Manage data collection
* Coordinate the development and production of graphics
* Attendance and participation in stakeholder meetings and public hearings
* Technical analysis and report writing
* Coordination with clients and other project team members

Qualifications: Skills and abilities:
* Demonstrated experience obtaining approvals for energy and other land development projects
* Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
* Self-motivated
* Highly Organized
* Capable of coordinating and performing multiple tasks
* Experience with stakeholder facilitation, public presentations, and public hearings
* Ability to problem solve and think creatively

Qualifications:
* B.S./B.A. in environmental science, natural science, engineering, or a related field
* 3-5+ years of experience in environmental consulting, the utility industry or related field
* Writing samples and references will be required
Comments: VHB is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. VHB ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. VHB Participates in the E-verify employment authorization program. Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply: Please submit application online: www.vhb.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/15/2014

Position Title: Fisheries Mgmt. Bureau Cheif (Pos. #52113802)
Employer: State of Montana
Address: Fish, Wildlife and Parks
P.O. Box 200701
Helena, MT 59620-0701
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: fwpemp@mt.gov, 406-444-1223
Job Location: Helna, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $67,895
Benefits:
Job Description: he Fisheries Management Bureau Chief is responsible for assisting the Fisheries Division Administrator in overseeing the implementation and administration of fisheries division functions, policy development, planning efforts, and inclusion of human dimension factors in fisheries management for the state. The Fish Management Bureau Chief is responsible for coordinating overall fisheries management goals and objectives for FWP; development and implementation of statewide and regional fisheries management plans (sport fish and native species); development of statewide fishing regulations; restoration and enhancement of species of concern; monitoring and evaluation of fisheries populations; coordination and implementation of research to evaluate attainment of management objectives; supervision of the Native Fish Coordinator, Fisheries Research Coordinator, and Fisheries Conservation Geneticist, and development and oversight of budgets and work plans for all of the above. To meet these responsibilities, the Fish Management Bureau Chief plans and develops programs, hires staff, assigns work, evaluates work, and evaluates program success using outcomes and performance measures described in the Strategic Plan and leads implementation of the Statewide Fisheries Management Plan (SWFMP).
Qualifications: Extensive knowledge of theories, principles and practices of fisheries management.
Thorough knowledge of department organization, policy, operation and budget and fish and game laws.
Working knowledge of standard administrative procedures and practices, state budgeting rules and procedures and rules and Federal Aid regulations are required.
Knowledge of strategic and operations planning and development of comprehensive management systems is required.
Working knowledge of environmental review procedures and laws (MEPA/NEPA) is required.
Considerable knowledge of organization, policies and operation of USFS, BLM, NPS, SCS, and USFWS is required.
Thorough knowledge of general management concepts such as:
establishing goals and objectives, developing work plans, managing timetables, and coordination of operations;
program planning, implementation and evaluation;
personnel management practices, including supervision, position classification, selection process, work planning, training, delegation, and performance evaluation;
laws, rules and regulations under which agency and program operate;
budget and fiscal management practices; and
recognition and analysis of problems, and the ability to resolve complex issues and problems in a creative and professional manner.
Extensive skills at conflict resolution and meeting facilitation
Must have ability to communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing, to inform the public and resolve conflicts, and to establish/maintain working relationships with persons in the department, in other state and federal agencies, and in the private sector.

Education/Experience:

Master of Science degree in fisheries biology, zoology, or related field. Five years of experience in fisheries management as a fisheries biologist or equivalent position.

Other combinations of education and experience which could provide such knowledge, skills and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Comments: Identity of applicants who become finalists may be released to the public if the Department deems it necessary. Employees scheduled at least half-time for more than 6 months consecutively are also provided paid health, dental and life insurance. Other benefits include retirement, paid vacation, sick and holidays. This position may be covered by a VEBA (Voluntary Employee BeneficiaryAssociation).

This position typically requires a 40 hour work week, year-round, in the Helena FWP Headquarters office. However, some longer hours are required at times, and some overnight in-state and out-of-state travel is required, but typically not exceeding 1 week in length per event.

Work environment is always professional and frequently challenging with multiple concurrent tasks and deadlines, some assigned at short notice. Office atmosphere is positive and there is significant opportunity for individual expression of talents and creativity.

The FWP Headquarters office is located on the State Capitol Campus in Helena. Helena (pop. ~30,000) is a cultural and government center nestled just below the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains of west-central Montana. Within and adjacent to the temperate Helena Valley are numerous streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, mountain ranges and national forests. Outdoor recreational opportunities, such as fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, trail riding, river floating, power boating and sailing are abundant and diverse.

Undergraduate and graduate (if applicable) college transcripts must be submitted with original application.

Women and minorities are under-represented in this job category and are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply: https://svc.mt.gov/statejobsearch/listingdetails.aspx?id=13793
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/26/2014

Position Title: Stormwater Quality Engineer
Employer: City of Boulder, Colorado
Address:
Contact Person: Russ Sands
Phone Number: 303 413-7407
Job Location: Boulder, Colorado
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m
Pay Range: $62,500 - $95.250
Benefits: See City of Boulder web site
Job Description: Job Title: Stormwater Quality Engineer
Posting Start Date: 09/08/14 12:00 AM Mountain Time
Posting End Date: 10/01/14 5:00 PM Mountain Time
Hiring Range: $62,500- $73,430 (Annually) DOQ
Salary: $62,500.00 - $95,250.00 Annually
Position End Date:
Work Schedule: M-F, 8-5
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Wastewater Treatment Plant - 75th Street, Boulder, Colorado
Department: Public Works

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Overall Job Objective Benefits Supplemental Questions

JOB EXPECTATION:
The Department of Public Works is committed to providing excellent customer service and our employees are expected to:
Be effective communicators
Act with a high level of integrity
Be responsible and accountable for their words and actions
OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE
Manages technical and regulatory aspects of the City of Boulder (city) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit under the Water Quality and Environmental Services (WQES) Group. Develops, recommends and implements policies and strategies for compliance with the MS4 permit required Control Measures issued under state and federal regulation. Leads technical and regulatory activities internally, with stakeholder groups and regulatory agencies. Plans and directs projects and activities related to meeting MS4 permit regulatory requirements including public and private construction sites and city facilities. Develops reports which evaluate construction site impacts, residential impacts and support environmental studies and water quality monitoring related to MS4 permit reporting. Supports the enforcement of city code related to stormwater discharges and water quality protection as required under the MS4 permit. Supports the larger Stormwater Quality Program and coordinates with other WQES Programs as needed.

Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Manages Implementation of Stormwater Permit Regulatory Requirements for Construction Sites
Manages technical and regulatory stormwater permit requirements for the city's MS4 permit and coordinates with the regional Keep it Clean Partnership (KICP).
Takes a lead role in coordinating with the Colorado Water Quality Control Division on stormwater permit requirements, permit renewals and develop prioritized programs to comply with stormwater permit requirements.
Functions as WQES Group stormwater liaison with city Planning and Development Services, Engineering and other city departments working on stormwater related issues.
Develops, updates and implements Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for MS4 control measures; specifically related to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System's minimum control measures for construction, post-construction.
Responds to inquiries, issues of non-compliance, and participates in solving, recording and tracking on-site response efforts.
Coordinates and provides technical training for staff to maintain knowledge of current MS4 permit requirements and required certifications.
Supports the larger Stormwater Quality Program and other WQES Programs with special projects.
Attends and actively participates in WQES Group staff meetings and Water Resource Advisory Board and City Council meetings.
Updates city code, policies, design and construction standards and ordinances based on federal, state and local regulation changes, required best management practices, and monitoring techniques, and other developments pertaining to the MS4 permit.
Coordinates with and develops policy for residential and commercial construction projects.
Evaluates existing and proposed policies and programs for effectiveness and compliance with federal, state and local stormwater regulations.
Provides construction site assessments and permanent BMP consultation as needed/upon request.

2. Manages Stormwater Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations
Evaluates city municipal facility runoff control measures compliance.
Develops procedures for evaluating city facilities and pollutant sources.
Identifies spill prevention control measures and calculates containment system capacity as needed.
Coordinates with city staff to bring facilities into compliance as needed.
Reports on inspection results for each municipal facility and control measure.
Ensures implementation of appropriate stormwater control measures.
Responds to reports of noncompliance at city facilities.
Conducts or coordinates staff training and tracks training.

3. Provides Water Quality Analysis and Reporting Related to Stormwater Permit Requirements
Develops and submits regulatory compliance reporting as required under the MS4 permit
Develops reports to regulatory agencies, other agencies, KICP, the public and city workgroups and departments.
Represents the city on stormwater quality and environmental issues.
Promotes regional watershed management and multimedia approaches in the development and implementation of water quality programs within the Boulder Creek basin.
Evaluates water quality date, stormwater quality data and other environmental data collected, which may be used for enforcement.
Develops annual reporting requirements associated with the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for Boulder Creek and other regulatory requirements as needed.
Represents the city during state and local meetings related to the TMDL, 303d listing or related issues.
Coordinates with Industrial Pretreatment, Laboratory and Wastewater Treatment Plant as needed.

4. Assists in Directing Staff and Managing Budget
Coordinates with the Watershed Sustainability and Outreach Supervisor on identifying tasks for WQES staff to support and ensure compliance with applicable national, state and local regulations and requirements related to the city's stormwater permit.
Identifies opportunities to support and achieve program goals through the direction of staff.
Assists in determining staffing schedules and work assignments including field and office work.
Manages research, planning, monitoring and coordination of stormwater projects developed under Utilities and the WQES Group.
Manages city projects including master plans, annual work plans and city code and ordinance.
Develops annual budget as part of the WQES Group and Utilities budget.
Assists with tracking and managing Stormwater Quality Program budget.
Solicits external funding (grants, etc.) to support new projects.
Evaluates cost/use of external contractors to meet program needs.

5. Other
Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.

CITY VISION AND VALUES:
The City of Boulder is committed to service excellence for an inspired future and the following values:
Customer service - We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of our community and our co-workers by demonstrating consistent and professional service with a solution-oriented approach
Respect - We champion diversity and welcome individual perspectives, backgrounds and opinions. We are open-minded and treat all individuals with respect and dignity.
Integrity - We are stewards of the public's trust and are committed to service that is transparent and consistent with city regulations and policies. We are honorable, follow through on our commitments and accept responsibility.
Collaboration - We are committed to organizational success and celebrate our shared dedication to public service. We believe community collaboration and the sum of our individual contributions leads to great results.
Innovation - We promote a forward-thinking environment that supports creativity, calculated risks and continuous improvement. We embrace change and learn from others in order to deliver leading edge service.
The City of Boulder is a smoke free workplace
Qualifications:
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering, environmental or physical sciences, or a related field, including a minimum of four years experience in the area of stormwater management and stormwater MS4 permit experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Stormwater control trainings including or related to Erosion Control Supervisor Training, Stormwater Specialist Training, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System training or related stormwater best management practices training for construction sites or ability to obtain within six months. Strong knowledge of federal and state stormwater program requirements. Excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills. Strong interpersonal skills including ability to deal with people under difficult conditions, resolve conflicts, work under time pressure and experience in working across multiple workgroups or organizations. Experience using GIS, Access, Excel and/or similar database management programs. Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to assume responsibility. Knowledge of state and federal stormwater regulations. Knowledge and understanding of water quality monitoring and analysis methods used for regulatory compliance. Demonstrated ability to plan and coordinate work, analyze management problems and write reports and make public presentations. Valid driver's license. Have and maintain acceptable background information, including criminal conviction history and motor vehicle record.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the required minimum qualifications:
Registration as Professional Engineer or Master's degree in engineering, environmental or physical sciences, or a related field. Specific training or classes covering urban runoff, floodway hydraulics, GIS, detention pond analysis/sizing, water quality, water quality regulations, point source and non-point source pollution. Minimum of five years of experience in stormwater management, engineering or related stormwater MS4 permit experience. Stormwater control training such as Colorado Department of Transportation Erosion Control Supervisor Training, having a Stormwater Specialist Certificate or having other certificates related to Stormwater Best management Practices and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. Stormwater compliance inspection experience related to construction sites, reviewing Stormwater Management Plans, consulting on best management practices, or otherwise reviewing stormwater compliance. Experience with environmental regulation development, enforcement, writing regulatory reports and coordinating with regulatory agencies. Experience using GIS and managing or creating databases. Ability to provide testimony for Clean Water Act or related stormwater or ground water quality issues. Experience collecting water quality samples in the field. Prior supervisory experience. Experience supporting projects that engage city and regional cooperation. Experience with obtaining and reporting grant funding.
Supplemental Information:
WORKING CONDITIONS- Required Physical and Mental Effort, and Environmental Conditions:
Physical and Mental Effort: Requires standing, walking, lifting, kneeling, carrying, and occasionally carry sampling equipment. Occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds. Requires: hand/eye coordination to operate office and field equipment; vision for reading, recording and interpreting information, including the ability to distinguish colors; sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities that permits the employee to communicate effectively on the telephone and in person.
Work Environment: Works primarily in an office environment, but as necessary works outside to conduct fieldwork and data collection to assist stormwater and public education staff.
Machines and equipment used include, but are not limited to the following: Frequently uses standard office equipment including personal computers, telephones, calculators and copy/fax machines.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Note: The above description is illustrative only. It is not meant to be all-inclusive.


Qualifications: See job description
Comments:
How To Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/875472/stormwater-quality-engineer/agency/cityofboulder/apply
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/1/2014

Position Title: Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) - Civiilian employee
Employer: USACE
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Summersville, WV
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: GS-0401-05/09, $31,628.00 to $62,297.00 / Per Year
Benefits:
Job Description: Serves as a natural resource management staff specialist for Summersville Lake. Performs assignments involving all aspects of project operations, including natural resources, recreation, flood risk management and navigation. Participates in conservation, preservation, restoration and use of project natural and cultural resources, while working with other fish and wildlife specialists in the district and in coordination with state and federal wildlife management agencies.

As a natural resources specialist for Summersville Lake, you will:

* Provide long and short range planning, administration, coordination and interpretation of various activities with multiple internal and external customers in the areas of public and water safety;
* Conduct visitor assistance, public relations, park administration, recreation management, natural resources management, environmental stewardship, and cultural resources management;
* Assist in preparation of annual Operations and Maintenance budgets for assigned programs.

* Participate in conservation, preservation, restoration and use of project natural and cultural resources;

* Work with District's Regulatory Branch and environmental compliance staff to ensure wetland protection;

* Implement plans for special recreation projects and improvements, recreation fee program, including collection, remittance and safeguarding of fees;
* Inspect facilities, including playgrounds, sanitary facilities, trails, campground areas, boat ramps, picnic areas, sign and wayside exhibits;

* Develop contact specifications and assists in administration of contracts for mowing, trash removal, facility cleanup, gate attendants, vegetative management, law enforcement and any other contracts necessary for the operation and management of Summersville Lake;
* Enforce Title 36 CFR by educating the visiting public on project purposes, conditions, policies and regulation;
* Patrol project lands and waters to prevent unauthorized use, trespass, destruction of property, and to insure compliance with rules and regulations, and protection of project land, water, facilities, and other environmental and cultural resources;

* Issue citations and testify in court;

* Perform search and rescue and first aid to injured, including missing and lost persons, boating, fishing, and hunting accidents;
* Provide project information to local, state, and federal agencies and the visiting public through brochures, bulletin boards, news releases, telephone calls, public websites, and electronic communications/media, and other written and oral correspondence;

* Plan, promote, and execute special programs such as, environmental awareness events, outreach programs, and safety promotions;

* Monitor project area and basin during flood emergencies;

* Read instrumentation, such as, piezometers and staff gauges; AND
* Provide assistance to local communities, the district office, and other flood risk management projects during emergency situations.


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.

Qualifications: In order to qualify, you must meet the education and/or experience requirements described below. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application. Additional information about transcripts is in this document.

Experience required:

Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

In order to qualify for the GS-05 you must possess one of the following:
* Education: Successful completion of a full four-year course of study from an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree in biological sciences, agriculture, natural resource management, chemistry, or related disciplines appropriate to the position. 24 Semester hours are considered as equivalent to a major field of study.

* General experience: To qualify applicants must possess a combination of education and experience. General experience is defined as: sufficient knowledge to demonstrate the skills and abilities required to perform working in the occupation, and is comparable to that normally acquired through the successful completion of a full 4-year course of study with a major in the appropriate field including courses that involved analysis, writing, critical thinking, and research.

In order to qualify for the GS-07 you must possess:

* Education: Successful completion of at least one year of graduate-level education in biological sciences, agriculture, natural resource management, chemistry, or related disciplines appropriate to this position, or have a bachelor's degree with superior academic achievement (SAA). SAA is determined by (1) You must have been in the top third of your graduating class in college, university, or major subdivision (e.g. College of Liberal Arts) in the degree program that qualifies you for this position. (2) You must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher out of a 4.0 as recorded on your official transcripts. Or (3) You must be a member of a national scholastic honors society listed by the Association of College Honor Societies.

* Specialized experience: To qualify applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade/level (GS-05). Specialized experience is defined as: experience in recreation and park administration, inspecting land and water areas, and providing visitors program information.

In order to qualify for the GS-09 you must possess:

* Education: Successful completion of at least two years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a master's degree or equivalent graduate degree in biological sciences, agriculture, natural resources management, chemistry, or related disciplines appropriate to this position.

* Specialized experience: To qualify applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade/level (GS-07). Specialized experience is defined as: administering environmental activities using biological practices and techniques; working on a natural resources program for a lake project; reviewing and interpreting laws, policies, and regulations associated with natural resources management, and experience in planning interpretative programs for a historical site.

The Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) occupation has specific educational requirements that apply to all positions. In addition to the experience requirements described above, you must ALSO possess one of the following:
A bachelor's degree in biological sciences, agriculture, natural resource management, chemistry, or related disciplines appropriate to the position. 24 semester hours are considered as equivalent to a major field of study.
A combination of education and experience: courses equivalent to a major, (24 semester hours) as shown above, plus appropriate experience or additional education. The quality of the combination of education and experience must be sufficient to demonstrate that the applicant possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform work in the occupation, and is comparable to that normally acquired through the successful completion of a full 4-year course of study with a major in the appropriate field. In addition to courses in the major and related fields, a typical college degree would have included courses that involved analysis, writing, critical thinking, research, etc. These courses would have provided an applicant with skills and abilities sufficient to perform progressively more responsible work in the occupation. Therefore, creditable experience should have demonstrated similarly appropriate skills or abilities needed to perform the work of the occupation.
Conversion from a 0025 Park Ranger position into a 0401 Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) position within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Only degrees from an accredited college or university recognized by the Department of Education are acceptable to meet positive education requirements or to substitute education for experience. For additional information, please go to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and U.S. Department of Education Website's at- http://www.opm.gov/qualifications and http://www.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/index.html

Foreign education must be evaluated for U.S. equivalency in order to be considered for this position. Please include this information in your resume.

A copy of your transcripts from an accredited college or university must be submitted at the time of application. If selected, official transcripts will be required.
Comments: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected. See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities.

How To Apply: https://usace.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/380083600
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/22/2014

Position Title: Hydrogeologist, Staff (#03312022313)
Employer: State of Idaho
Address: Department of Water Resources
322 E. Front St., P.O. Box 83720
Boise, Idaho 83720
Contact Person: HRInfo@idwr.idaho.gov
Phone Number: If you have questions, please contact us at: (208) 287-4834
Job Location: Boise, ID
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $18.92 - $24.00 -Plus Competitive Benefits!
Benefits:
Job Description: The Department of Water Resources is offering an exciting opportunity for an individual who wants to have an impact on Idaho Water issues. The position opening is located in the Planning and Technical Services Bureau, Hydrology Section and entails planning and performing studies of surface and ground water resources in support of salmon recovery efforts in the Upper Salmon River Basin. The Hydrogeologist, Technical is the full working level of this position. The Hydrogeologist, Staff classification is being used for recruitment and training purposes. Through various types of on-the-job training, employees will learn to carry out the duties of the Hydrogeologist, Technical. Upon completion of training and meeting the minimum requirements, including Professional Geologist licensure in Idaho, the employee will complete the underfill to the Technical level.

Responsibilities:
* Apply knowledge of hydrogeologic principles and practices
* Plan, coordinate and perform hydrogeologic studies to include field work and hydrogeologic data analysis
* Develop water budgets and conceptual models of hydraulically connected river and aquifer systems
* Prepare written technical reports to document studies and analyses
* Make oral presentations to agency personnel and public
* Participate on technical committees involved in developing solutions to hydrogeologic problems
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:

Good knowledge of principles, theories, and practices of surface and groundwater hydrology.

Experience collecting and analyzing hydrologic data.

Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge and/or experience preparing aquifer water budgets and developing conceptual and/or computer models of aquifer systems.

Knowledge and/or experience applying Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Experience providing technical assistance to an interdisciplinary team working on resource management issues.

Examination:

Education and Experience. Enter your responses to the questions in the space provided in the examination. You must have the minimum level of experience or education described for each question to qualify for this position. Scoring will be based on the information you provide. A minimum rating of 49 is needed to pass this examination. Notification of your test results will be available online when the review process is complete. Applicants who do not Apply Online will receive written notification.

To preview the examination for this position, click on Preview Exam below. You will not be able to apply from this screen - please follow the directions under "How to Apply".
Comments: Apply online and complete the Application Checklist and Exam for this position. If you are unable to use the Apply Online process, you must respond to the exam questions on this announcement and complete a State of Idaho Application. For a paper application, click on Forms at the top of the screen.
How To Apply: https://labor.idaho.gov/DHR/ATS/StateJobs/jobannouncement.aspx?announcement_no=03312022313
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/22/2014

Position Title: Post-doctoral Researcher in Critical Zone Hydrology and Biogeochemistry
Employer: Indiana University
Address:
Contact Person: Adam Ward
Phone Number: adamward@indiana.edu
Job Location: Bloomington, IN
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: 12-month position, renewable for a second 12-month period pending a performance review
Pay Range: Salary includes standard benefits at Indiana University
Benefits:
Job Description: The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University seeks to appoint a post-doctoral researcher on the Bloomington campus. The primary responsibilities of this position are to conduct research focused on the impacts of human land management decisions and constructed infrastructure on hydrological and biogeochemical processes in intensively managed landscapes. This position will work in the Intensively Managed Landscapes Critical Zone Observatory, and encouraged to identify and peruse cross-CZO research opportunities. Key areas of research are (1) stream transport and fate, and hyporheic exchange, in agricultural stream networks, and (2) quantifying the hydrological and biogeochemical impacts of agricultural drainage in midwestern U.S. catchments. The candidate is expected to establish a productive collaboration with researchers on the IML-CZO, including field and modeling efforts at IML-CZO sites in Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota. The candidate is expected to lead in the preparation of peer-reviewed scientific literature summarizing findings.

SPEA-Bloomington is a world leader in public affairs and is the largest school of public administration and public policy in the United States. In the 2012 "Best Graduate Schools" by U.S. News & World Report, SPEA-Bloomington ranks second and is the nation's highest-ranked professional graduate program in public affairs at a public institution. Four of its specialty programs are ranked in the top-three listings, including public management, public finance, nonprofit management, and environmental policy. SPEA's doctoral programs in public affairs and public policy are ranked by the National Academy of Science as the best in the country.
Qualifications: Experience with field experimentation, field monitoring, and numerical modeling is desirable. Excellent organizational, writing, and speaking skills are required for this position. The minimum required degree is a Ph.D. with research on hydrology and biogeochemistry (e.g., Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Ecology, Environmental Science, Geoscience). A record of high-visibility publication and presentation is desired.
Comments: To apply, please submit a cover letter that explains how this position fits your experience and goals, curriculum vita, and at least three references electronically to https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Inquiries regarding the position should be sent to: Dr. Adam Ward, adamward@indiana.edu, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, 430 MSB-II, Bloomington, IN 47405.

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status.
How To Apply: http://www.czen.org/content/post-doctoral-researcher-critical-zone-hydrology-and-biogeochemistry
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/8/2014

Position Title: Society, Water, and Climate- Hydrological Modeling- Tenured Faculty Position (Req #PRN00928F)
Employer: University of Utah
Address:
Contact Person: Andrea Brunelle
Phone Number: owling (david.bowling@utah.edu) and Andrea Brunelle (andrea.brunelle@geog.utah.edu
Job Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The University of Utah is creating a new, interdisciplinary faculty cluster focusing on Society, Water, and Climate (SWC). This transformative cluster will connect research on hydrology, air quality, climate change, societal response, and policy, seeking to meld multiple scientific perspectives to lead society towards sustainable water solutions in a changing world. This interdisciplinary cluster will enhance the University of Utah's core commitment to sustainability, and complement ongoing, related research across departments and colleges on campus. Possible home departments for the hires are Political Science, Anthropology, Geography, Economics, Geology and Geophysics, Atmospheric Sciences, Biology, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. A full description of the positions and participating departments can be found here http://www.utah.edu/faculty/swc/.

As part of our cluster initiative, we are seeking applicants for three tenure-track or tenured faculty positions at the advanced Assistant or Associate rank to begin in July 2015. Exceptional candidates of other rank may also be considered. An additional two hires are planned for 2016 to complete the cluster. Candidates should have an excellent and sustained record of research, a demonstrated ability to generate extramural funding, and extensive experience in working with diverse researchers from across the disciplinary spectrum. Positions are not tied to a specific department.

Hydrological Modeling with a focus on large-scale hydrological forecasting, coupled Earth-systems modeling, or hydroinformatics and data assimilation.

The University of Utah is committed to providing resources to support and grow the SWC cluster. Applications will be reviewed by an interdisciplinary committee. Successful candidates will show strength in their discipline but also demonstrate potential for genuine collaboration in the SWC cluster and with other interdisciplinary centers at the University of Utah.

One of the new cluster hires will serve as the Director of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program. The director will serve a three-year term, with expected service of two terms, and then return as regular faculty to their home department. Applicants should submit their materials to the relevant cluster hire position(s) (e.g. Social Scientist, Ecohydrologist) and should select the option indicating their interest in the Director position.

The University of Utah is a comprehensive and diverse Research I public institution located in the Wasatch Front urban corridor with easy access to research and recreational opportunities in the Rocky Mountains, Great Basin, and the Colorado Plateau. Salt Lake City is a dynamic, high-tech and bike-friendly metropolitan area with high-quality cultural and entertainment amenities, an extensive public transit system, and a sunny, dry four-season climate and "the Greatest Snow on Earth".

Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2014, position open until filled. Using the online application system applicants should provide a cover letter that details the position(s) that they are interested in, if they would like to be considered for the Director of Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and their preferred home department(s). In addition applicants should provide a CV, and statements of research and teaching interests that address their experience and interest in interdisciplinary collaboration. Applicants should provide the names, institutions, and email addresses of exactly three references who will only be contacted if the applicant advances past the first round of review. The search committee also requests that candidates upload their three most relevant publications. Applicants interested in being considered for the Director of Environmental and Sustainability Studies should also include a statement that addresses the applicant's administrative experience in working across multiple disciplines including an overview of why this position fits their interests and their vision for the program.
Qualifications:
Comments: The University of Utah, an AA/EO employer, encourages applications from women and minorities, and provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants and employees.The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong or demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.

The University is a participating employer with Utah Retirement Systems ("URS"). To be eligible for retirement contributions, you must be hired into a benefit-eligible position. Certain new hires are automatically assigned to the URS retirement plan and other employees with prior URS service, may elect to enroll in URS within 30 days of hire. Regardless of whether they are hired into a benefit-eligible position or not, Individuals who previously retired and are receiving monthly retirement benefits from URS must notify the Benefits Department upon hire. Please contact Utah Retirement Systems at (801) 366-7770 or (800) 695-4877 or the University's Benefits Department at (801) 581-7447 for information.

Questions regarding the position can be directed to the search co-chairs, Drs. Dave Bowling (david.bowling@utah.edu) and Andrea Brunelle (andrea.brunelle@geog.utah.edu).
How To Apply: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/35154
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/8/2014

Position Title: Society, Water, and Climate- Snow Hydrology- Tenured Faculty Position (Req# PRN00929F)
Employer: University of Utah
Address:
Contact Person: Andrea Brunelle
Phone Number: andrea.brunelle@geog.utah.edu
Job Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
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Pay Range:
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Job Description:

The University of Utah is creating a new, interdisciplinary faculty cluster focusing on Society, Water, and Climate (SWC). This transformative cluster will connect research on hydrology, air quality, climate change, societal response, and policy, seeking to meld multiple scientific perspectives to lead society towards sustainable water solutions in a changing world. This interdisciplinary cluster will enhance the University of Utah's core commitment to sustainability, and complement ongoing, related research across departments and colleges on campus. Possible home departments for the hires are Political Science, Anthropology, Geography, Economics, Geology and Geophysics, Atmospheric Sciences, Biology, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. A full description of the positions and participating departments can be found here http://www.utah.edu/faculty/swc/.

As part of our cluster initiative, we are seeking applicants for three tenure-track or tenured faculty positions at the advanced Assistant or Associate rank to begin in July 2015. Exceptional candidates of other rank may also be considered. An additional two hires are planned for 2016 to complete the cluster. Candidates should have an excellent and sustained record of research, a demonstrated ability to generate extramural funding, and extensive experience in working with diverse researchers from across the disciplinary spectrum. Positions are not tied to a specific department.

Snow Hydrology with a focus on snowpack extent and snow water equivalent, and/or measuring changes in snow across spatial and temporal scales.

The University of Utah is committed to providing resources to support and grow the SWC cluster. Applications will be reviewed by an interdisciplinary committee. Successful candidates will show strength in their discipline but also demonstrate potential for genuine collaboration in the SWC cluster and with other interdisciplinary centers at the University of Utah.

One of the new cluster hires will serve as the Director of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program. The director will serve a three-year term, with expected service of two terms, and then return as regular faculty to their home department. Applicants should submit their materials to the relevant cluster hire position(s) (e.g. Social Scientist, Ecohydrologist) and should select the option indicating their interest in the Director position.

The University of Utah is a comprehensive and diverse Research I public institution located in the Wasatch Front urban corridor with easy access to research and recreational opportunities in the Rocky Mountains, Great Basin, and the Colorado Plateau. Salt Lake City is a dynamic, high-tech and bike-friendly metropolitan area with high-quality cultural and entertainment amenities, an extensive public transit system, and a sunny, dry four-season climate and "the Greatest Snow on Earth".
Qualifications: Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2014, position open until filled. Using the online application system applicants should provide a cover letter that details the position(s) that they are interested in, if they would like to be considered for the Director of Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and their preferred home department(s). In addition applicants should provide a CV, and statements of research and teaching interests that address their experience and interest in interdisciplinary collaboration. Applicants should provide the names, institutions, and email addresses of exactly three references who will only be contacted if the applicant advances past the first round of review. The search committee also requests that candidates upload their three most relevant publications. Applicants interested in being considered for the Director of Environmental and Sustainability Studies should also include a statement that addresses the applicant's administrative experience in working across multiple disciplines including an overview of why this position fits their interests and their vision for the program.
Comments:

Questions regarding the position can be directed to the search co-chairs, Drs. Dave Bowling (david.bowling@utah.edu) and Andrea Brunelle (andrea.brunelle@geog.utah.edu).

The University of Utah, an AA/EO employer, encourages applications from women and minorities, and provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants and employees.The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong or demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.
How To Apply: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/35155
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/8/2014

Position Title: Land Stewardship Director
Employer: Buzzards Bay Coalition
Address: 114 Front Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
Contact Person: Brendan Annett, Vice-President, Watershed Protection
Phone Number: annett@savebuzzardsbay.org
Job Location: New Bedford, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Buzzards Bay Coalition seeks an accomplished conservation professional to serve as Land Stewardship Director for this energetic, performance-driven and rapidly growing regional organization. The full-time position reports to the Vice President of Watershed Protection, joins a talented and diversified team of professional staff, and is responsible for the management and care of conservation lands protected by the organization.

Increasing the rate of land protection and the total amount of permanently protected land within the Buzzards Bay watershed is a key programmatic objective of our organization's work. This inherently comes with the obligation to appropriately manage lands that are protected, a responsibility that we take very seriously and which is ultimately the reason for the creation of this new position within our organization.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate for this position will be both motivated to and capable of developing and managing our land stewardship program to a standard of excellence that will 1) safeguard the natural resources in our care; 2) offer the public superb opportunities for safe outdoor discovery, recreation and learning; 3) highlight the benefits of protecting the Bay's watershed lands; 4) inspire our communities to continue to support land conservation and environmental protection; and, 5) serve as a model for effective conservation land management in our region.

Comments: Download the full position description: http://www.savebuzzardsbay.org/document.doc?id=815

The position is available immediately. Please send a resume and cover letter by email, in confidence, to:
Brendan Annett - Vice-President, Watershed Protection
Buzzards Bay Coalition
114 Front Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
email: annett@savebuzzardsbay.org

Interested parties are encouraged to apply via email. Please mention how you learned of this opening.

The Buzzards Bay Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates in this search.
www.savebuzzardsbay.org
How To Apply: www.savebuzzardsbay.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/8/2014

Position Title: Nautral Resources Scientist
Employer: Normandeau Associates, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: HR@normandeau.com
Job Location: Vancouver or Seattle, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: ormandeau Associates, Inc., one of the nation's largest science-based consulting firms, is seeking a Natural Resources Scientist to support our Pacific Northwest operations. The position will be located in either our Vancouver and/or Seattle, Washington office. Candidates should have demonstrated experience in one or more of the following areas: wetland delineations/assessments; evaluating project impacts to natural resources; preparing NEPA/SEPA and Endangered Species Act (ESA) compliance documents and Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404/401 permit applications; and/or preparing WSDOT or ODOT biological assessments. Good writing skills are essential. Strong working knowledge of Northwest flora/fauna and experience with wide range of species and habitats, and conducting TES surveys preferred, and experience using GIS/CADD or other graphics programs an advantage.

Responsibilities include: working under the direction of senior staff to inventory, delineate, and assess wetlands; provide field and office support for wildlife and fisheries habitat and impact analysis. Experience with federal, state, and local regulations and guidelines is highly desirable. Other duties (depending on experience), may include: participation in technical meetings and presentations with clients, regulatory agencies and stakeholders, assisting clients with agency negotiations, and contributing to proposal preparation and other business development efforts.
Qualifications: Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor's Degree in biology, natural resources, landscape architecture, environmental science or related field with a minimum of 3 years of experience in a consulting or public agency environment. Candidates must be able to work in the United States without company sponsorship.
Comments: As an employee-owned company, Normandeau offers a competitive salary and benefits. Please submit a cover letter, resume, three references and salary history to: HR@normandeau.com Subject Line: 2014NRPNW. Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send your resume and cover letter to: HR@normandeau.com. Please mention how you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, three references and salary history to: HR@normandeau.com Subject Line: 2014NRPNW
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/30/2014

Position Title: Education Manager
Employer: Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC)
Address:
Contact Person: Kim Hall
Phone Number: cec@livingriver.org
Job Location: Nauvoo, AL
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC) is seeking an Education Manager with a strong background in environmental education and nonprofit management to aid in the creation of a residential environmental education center and field science school located south of Birmingham, Alabama.

Based out of the Living River Site, the Education Manager will work directly with the CEC Director to design CEC programs, develop program curriculum, and actively recruit participants and potential donors. Once the CEC is established, the Education Manager will focus on overseeing all educational aspects of the program, including curriculum and staff development.

The CEC is currently under construction on the Living River Site. The Site is a breathtaking tree-covered point nestled in a deep bend in the Cahaba River, preserving a mix of hardwoods and older trees that were once typical of Alabama's river bottoms but elsewhere have been logged and replaced with faster-growing pines. The site is 440 acres in size, and because of its unique location, fronts over four miles of the river. The Cahaba is Alabama's longest free-flowing river and one of the most biodiverse rivers in the United States.
Qualifications: The position of Education Manager requires maturity, initiative, enthusiasm, a sense of humor, flexibility, and team spirit, as well as a respect and affinity for children and the environment. An ideal candidate will have at least 2-3 years experience in the field of residential environmental education, at least 1-2 years in nonprofit management, and a solid background in natural history, preferably in the Southeast.

The Education Manager will live on-site at Living River and must be available some nights and weekends. The position will be supervised by the Director of the Cahaba Environmental Center. Benefits for the position include housing, utilities, health insurance, retirement, a competitive salary, and a fulfilling and exciting career.
Comments: A detailed job description is available upon request. Applicants should send their resume, cover letter, and at least 3 references to Kim Hall at cec@livingriver.org. Applications will be accepted until October 6th, 2014.
How To Apply: http://www.livingriver.org/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/6/2014

Position Title: Communications Director
Employer: River Alliance of Wisconsin
Address: Communications Search
River Alliance of Wisconsin
306 E. Wilson St., Suite 2W
Madison, WI 53703
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: No calls, please
Job Location: Madison, WI
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The River Alliance of Wisconsin has made protecting and restoring rivers essential to the health of the state's economy and ecology. We seek a talented individual committed to water conservation who's capable of raising the River Alliance's profile and communicating the impact of our work though all forms of media, and to its members, reporters and the general public. The position involves producing content for and managing digital communications (e-newsletter, social media, web page, blog), managing relations with various print, broadcast and other media, and developing content about River Alliance activities for an organization that makes communications a priority.

Essential Professional and Personal Qualifications:
Excellent writing ability, reflected in a portfolio of published (print and on-line) materials.
Experience in managing effective and dynamic web pages, including Content Management Systems (Joomla experience a plus), and creating content for and distributing e-newsletters.
Experience with reporting, dealing with reporters from traditional media, and tracking media (traditional and digital) for story opportunities.
Willingness to occasionally get wet and muddy and laugh out loud.
Qualifications: Desirable Qualifications:
Experience with shooting and editing video content and developing a video communications strategy.
Strong interest in and commitment to water conservation and environmental protection, or other aspects of public policy reform.
Graphic design experience.

Degree and background in communications, journalism, or marketing is required. Some experience in environmental science, land and water resources or political communications is desired.

This position is 60% - 80% time, depending on the skills and capacity of the candidate. It is based in Madison, WI. Salary commensurate with experience. Position includes a comprehensive benefits package, an energetic work environment, and the chance to associate with board members, staff and river advocates who are passionate about and committed to healthy rivers.
Comments: Please submit letter of interest, resume and a short writing sample to via email to info@wisconsinrivers.org. Applications may also be mailed to: Communications Search, River Alliance of Wisconsin, 306 E. Wilson St., Suite 2W, Madison, WI 53703. No calls, please. Please mention how you learned of this opening. Application deadline is September 28, 2014. The River Alliance of Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply: www.wisconsinrivers.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/28/2014

Position Title: Senior Project Manager - FEMA Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance
Employer: CDM Smith
Address:
Contact Person: Sami Enein
Phone Number:
Job Location: Fairfax, VA preferred
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: **Location is flexible**
CDM Smith is seeking a Project Manager to primarily support FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program with ancillary support to FEMA's Public Assistance Program and other related contracts with the U.S. government. The successful candidate will support the Program Manager by managing multiple projects and task orders and by providing technical direction and support to project teams. Projects include providing technical assistance to FEMA grant programs, engineering services, policy development support and environmental compliance activities with both HQ and the Regions. Projects are located throughout the U.S. and its territories.
Qualifications: A successful CDM Smith candidate will have:
Bachelor's degree and atleast 10 years of professional experience.
At least 2 years of FEMA related project management experience.
Previous FEMA Hazard Mitigation experience with experience using FEMA's Benefit Cost Analysis Tool.

Preferred Qualifications:
Previous FEMA Public Assistant experience.
P.E. (Professional Engineer) certification.
Comments:
How To Apply: Qualified candidates can apply by clicking on this link: https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=25038&siteid=5220&AReq=14190BR&Codes=assocofstatefloodplainmanagers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 12/5/2014

Position Title: SME Community Recovery Planning
Employer: CTEC
Address: shye@ctec-corp.com
Contact Person: Shimon Hye
Phone Number: 7035798436
Job Location: Emmitsburg, MD
Job Duration: Temporary
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Job Description: SME Qualifications
E512498Y Community Recovery Planning Course Development


1. Demonstration of academic inter-disciplinary course development team.
2. At least one principal course development team member shall provide evidence of holding a doctoral degree from an accredited college or university.
3. Demonstrated experience teaching hazard, disaster or emergency management related courses at the upper division or graduate college level at an accredited university within the past 5 years. Provide course titles, dates and copies of most relevant course syllabi.
4. Demonstrated knowledge of, and background in, the subject matter of "comprehensive emergency management."
5. Demonstrated background, credentials and expertise in the subject matter of crisis and risk communication preferably demonstrated by the provision of a copy of a college course syllabus for an emergency management course taught by the bidder, or by one of the proposed course development team members, that relates to crisis and risk communication.
6. Demonstrated familiarity with emergency management-related social science literature.
7. Demonstrated familiarity with crisis and risk literature.
8. Demonstrated familiarity with emergency management-related governmental material, particularly that of a doctrinal nature.
9. Resume or curriculum vitae should be submitted for all Development Team members and clearly demonstrate the qualifications above.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: Phone and email
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 12/2/2014

Position Title: Assistant Environmental Scientist - Kansas City (Req. ID# 141455
Employer: Burns & McDonnell
Address:
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Job Location: Kansas City, MO
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Job Description: Burns & McDonnell's Environmental Studies & Permitting practice is seeking an entry-level Environmental Scientist for our Kansas City, Missouri office location. This position will involve conducting transmission line routing studies, preparing NEPA-related documents, FAA notification preparation, and researching and preparing technical reports and permitting documents. Work includes a mix of field assessments, report/permit preparation and travel. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: The successful candidate must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and able to collaborate in a team setting and have strong analytical and problem solving skills. Excellent technical writing, math, and verbal communication skills are required along with willingness to travel overnight as needed. Bachelor's degree in environmental science, biology or other natural sciences from accredited program required and master's degree in similar discipline is preferred. Familiarity and prior experience (1 to 2 years) working in the ArcGIS software environment is also preferred. Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office suite.
Comments:
How To Apply: https://burnsmcdonn.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Project Manager
Employer: Grand Junction, CO
Address: HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
2385 F 1/2 Rd
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Fax: 970.243.3280
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
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Job Description: Seeking a Project Manager with a minimum of 3 years of experience in environmental consulting to lead and coordinate all required federal, state and local environmental regulatory compliance and permitting activities primarily for clients in the oil and gas industry.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
* Develop and complete sometimes complex technical reports, applications, cost proposals, project budgets, and schedules.
* Provide technical expertise to clients, staff scientists and project leads.
* Manage performance of work by staff and subcontractors for contract compliance.
* Interpret and apply local, state and federal regulatory statutes regarding principles and practices of all environmental permitting and compliance activities.
* Draft and manage environmental assessments and similar documentation.
* Provide oversight and training of staff environmental scientists on specific projects.
* Provide regular, prompt and professional communication to clients and staff;
* Prepare regulatory reports and correspondence.
* Conduct and represent HCSI at meetings with clients and/or regulatory agencies.
* Input, manage, and utilize inspection and other data and communications using database and Geographic Information System (GIS).
* Maintain project/client files and records.
* Market and cross-sell additional services to clients as needs are identified.
* Adhere to and support HCSI policies and programs; state and federal laws.
* Promote a positive and considerate work environment where quality of work and client service is paramount.
Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
* Knowledge and ability to implement and interpret applicable federal, state and local oil and gas regulations.
* A solid understanding of the principles and practices of all applicable local, state, and federal government regulations.
* Demonstrated leadership ability and management experience.
* Excellent interpersonal skills.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) with excellent writing skills.
* Detail oriented with strong organizational skills.
* Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deliverables.
* Sound documentation, recordkeeping, and problem solving skills.
* Strong initiative and the ability to work independently in a team oriented environment.
* Strong map reading skills.
* Ability to travel to remote sites in extreme weather utilizing a company vehicle.

Education and Experience:
* B.S. in Environmental Science or related discipline with 3+ years' experience as environmental consultant in a progressively responsible role.

Comments:
How To Apply: http://environmentaljobs.com/jobs_details.php?sec=5&aid=75385
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Permitting Specialist
Employer: TRC
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Clifton Park, NY
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: We are seeking permitting specialists with task management skills for our Clifton Park, NY office. The successful applicant will be involved in a wide variety of projects including electric transmission, natural gas pipeline, and wind generation projects. Applicants must have experience permitting projects at the federal, state, and local levels and be able to effectively coordinate field work, interact in the field with clients and other contractors, and manage budgets and schedules. Experience with New York State Article VII and Part 102, SEQRA Permitting and FERC Pipeline Certificates is preferred.
Qualifications: Required Skills: Excellent technical writing and communication skills are mandatory along with the ability to maintain a positive attitude working under aggressive schedules.

Required Experience: Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree in environmental science, biology, ecology, botany, forestry, or related field, and 5 to 7 years of post-degree experience. Environmental compliance monitoring experience for utility construction projects and CPESC certification, or the ability to obtain certification, is preferred.
Comments: TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation package including a 401(k) plan with company match. For more information please visit our website at www.trcsolutions.com.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
How To Apply: http://www.trcsolutions.com/Careers/JobOpportunities/Pages/default.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Permitting Specialist
Employer: TRC
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Liverpool, NY
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: We are seeking permitting specialists with task management skills for our Liverpool, NY office. The successful applicant will be involved in a wide variety of projects including electric transmission, natural gas pipeline, and wind generation projects. Applicants must have experience permitting projects at the federal, state, and local levels and be able to effectively coordinate field work, interact in the field with clients and other contractors, and manage budgets and schedules. Experience with New York State Article VII and Part 102, SEQRA Permitting and FERC Pipeline Certificates is preferred.
Qualifications: Required Skills: Excellent technical writing and communication skills are mandatory along with the ability to maintain a positive attitude working under aggressive schedules.

Required Experience: Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree in environmental science, biology, ecology, botany, forestry, or related field, and 5 to 7 years of post-degree experience. Environmental compliance monitoring experience for utility construction projects and CPESC certification, or the ability to obtain certification, is preferred.
Comments: TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation package including a 401(k) plan with company match. For more information please visit our website at www.trcsolutions.com.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
How To Apply: http://www.trcsolutions.com/Careers/JobOpportunities/Pages/default.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Program Associate
Employer: Conservation Fund
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Harrisburg, PA
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Job Description: The Conservation Fund is seeking a Program Associate at our Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Field Office. The successful candidate will work with the staff to provide administrative, GIS, and real estate program support for our ongoing conservation work. This includes functioning as the office administrator and the GIS professional, providing the support needed to complete large-scale conservation projects in Pennsylvania. A focus on achieving tangible and lasting conservation results while maintaining our core set of organizational values is critical to this position. Must represent The Conservation Fund in a professional manner to internal and external audiences. This position reports to the Pennsylvania Real Estate Representative and works closely with staff and leadership in the Arlington, VA headquarters and other states/offices.

* Provide administrative support for the day-to-day operations of the Pennsylvania Field Office
* Build and maintain GIS database for ongoing projects
* Produce accurate, effective maps of real estate projects in Pennsylvania and other states as needed.
* Manage vendors, ensure all invoices are paid in a timely manner and provide project-level accounting.
* Real estate transaction support including GIS mapping, deed research, and document preparation.
* Assist with proposal writing and other fundraising priorities
* Coordinate and manage grants for state, federal, municipal, and private funding
* Manage mail, delivery needs, and office supplies
* Maintain Pennsylvania Office computers, printers, and file system.
* Assist with fieldwork as needed
* Represent the Fund in a professional manner at site visits, meetings, or conferences.
* Make travel arrangements and support trip preparation for Pennsylvania Office staff
Qualifications: The qualified candidate will have:
* Excellent written, oral and inter-personal communication skills.
* Experience with ArcView GIS required.
* Ability to work with minimal supervision
* 1-2 years relevant experience in real estate, conservation, or office management.
* Candidates must have a strong commitment to conservation and a familiarity with real estate transactions is a plus.
* Bachelor's degree in a conservation-related field, such as ecology, biology, landscape architecture, or planning is preferred.

In addition, the ability to effectively communicate with individuals by phone, email and in person in an open office environment with a high level of activity and moderate noise level is needed. Must be willing to endure periods of stress while meeting critical project deadlines. Sometimes there is a need for moderate exertion and/or physical strain.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.conservationfund.org/who-we-are/employment-opportunities/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Senior Project Engineer
Employer: Tidewater Environtmental Services
Address: 38 Romney Street
Suite 202
Charleston, SC 29403
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: ross@tidewaterenvironmental.com
Job Location: Charleston, SC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Position Description: Tidewater Environmental Services Inc. is accepting the resumes of dynamic individuals with a strong background in water resources who are interested in the position of Senior Project Engineer in our Charleston, SC office. The primary responsibilities of the selected candidate will include: overseeing all engineering design and data collection activities and generation of construction documents and plan sets for stream and wetland restoration projects, managing a growing engineering department, hydraulic and hydrologic analysis, erosion prevention and sediment control design & permitting, and overseeing the development of permit figures in AutoCAD and ArcGIS to support US Army Corps of Engineers applications. The candidate will be responsible for managing his or her time independently in order to meet project tasks and goals. Occasional travel should be expected within the southeast to support field activities.
Qualifications: Requirements: The preferred candidate should be a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in South Carolina and Georgia with ten years of experience, have experience with AutoCAD Civil3D, and will be required to communicate and interact with a multi-disciplined team. The applicant must also possess good written and oral communications skills and have the ability to manage staff, generate proposals, and manage a vigorous schedule.

Preferences:
* Experience with natural channel design and stream restoration projects
* Experience with projects involving USACE, state, county, and/or municipal coordination
* Floodplain analysis and FEMA permitting experience
* North Carolina Professional Engineering registration
* Experience with the North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program
* Experience with state DOT procedures and products generated in Bentley MicroStation
* Experience with and working knowledge of ArcGIS products
* Experience designing and permitting stormwater (NPDES) Best Management Practices
* Experience with programming languages (e.g., Matlab, etc.)
Comments: Please send your resume to ross@tidewaterenvironmental.com

Please tell us how you heard about this posting.
How To Apply: http://www.tidewaterenvironmental.com/?page_id=188
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Environmental Scientist/Planner
Employer: Tidewater Environmental Services
Address: 38 Romney St., Ste. 202
Charleston, SC 29403
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: ross@tidewaterenvironmental.com
Job Location: Charleston or Columbia, SC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Tidewater Environmental Services Inc. has an immediate opening for an Environmental Scientist to support environmental permitting, compliance and natural resource restoration services. A majority of the workload will include stream and wetland restoration assessments and monitoring; wetland delineation and permitting; the creation of maps and figures using ArcGIS; developing environmental documents to support public projects; water quality monitoring; and threatened and endangered species surveys. The position will require communicating and working with a multi-disciplined team, to include: biologists, environmental planners, and engineers. The candidate will be responsible for managing their time in an efficient manner in order to meet project tasks and goals. Some overnight travel within the southeast is to be expected on a regular basis to support project activities.
Qualifications: Experience: Applicants are required to have 5 or more years of experience relevant to the position description. Proficiency with client and regulatory agency coordination and impressive technical writing skills are required (be prepared to provide writing samples).

Education: A Bachelors of Science degree from an accredited college/university in environmental science or a related field is required. A graduate degree may be beneficial.

Requirements:
* Technical writing skills for natural resources restoration and environmental permitting.
* The ability to conduct wetland delineations and stream assessments.
* Familiarity with state (specifically SC and GA) and federal environmental regulations.
* Valid Driver's License

Preferences:
* Familiarity with soil mapping and evaluations.
* Experience with AutoCAD or ArcGIS.
* Demonstrated ability to independently manage time and problem-solve.
* Experience with Macrobenthic surveys and/or the Charleston District Mitigation SOP


Comments: Please send your resume to ross@tidewaterenvironmental.com

Please tell us where you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: http://www.tidewaterenvironmental.com/?page_id=188
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2014

Position Title: Water Resources Extension Agent - Assistant (Job ID: 13529)
Employer: Clemson University
Address: Clemson University
113 Barre Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-0120
Contact Person: Mr. M.J. Simmons
Phone Number: msmmns@clemson.edu
Job Location: Sumter, SC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: This position will provide pollution prevention, natural resource conservation and watershed management outreach programming primarily in Sumter County, South Carolina, serving the Clemson Extension Service and its stormwater outreach and participation program, Carolina Clear

CAROLINA CLEAR PROGRAMMING
Assist in coordinating the planning, development, organization, marketing, implementation and evaluation of Carolina Clear programming in this region and in the Midlands of South Carolina. Audiences for program outreach will range from youth to technical staff and professionals. Carolina Clear was established by Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service (CES) to inform and educate communities about water quality, water quantity and the cumulative effects of stormwater. Carolina Clear addresses the special significance of South Carolina's water resources, and the role they play in the state's economy, environmental health, and overall quality of life (www.clemson.edu/carolinaclear). E/40%

4-H PROGRAMMING
Develop, coordinate and implement 4-H programming for educators, volunteers, and youth. Programs should be offered through a variety of delivery methods in emphasis areas that include agriculture (producer to consumer), STEM, environmental stewardship, natural resources, and personal development E/20%

COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Work in collaboration with fellow Clemson faculty and extension personnel to extend research-based knowledge in water and natural resource protection to a variety of constituencies including local governments; local and state agencies; businesses; community organizations; non-governmental agencies; general public and youth. Special emphasis on youth and school demonstration projects that meet SC curriculum standards E/15%

SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS
Conduct seminars and workshops, produce educational materials and news articles, identify unique ways to reach various audiences, participate in maintaining communication among community and educational partners, and participate in the development of targeted mass media campaigns related to natural resource topics E/15%

CAROLINA CLEAR ACTIVITIES
Work in concert with Carolina Clear communities to carry out planned activities in accordance with Carolina Clear goals and objectives that capitalize on local training resources. E/5%

WATER RESOURCE PROGRAMMING
Participate in Clemson University water resource programming and other environmental quality-related agency and interagency efforts E/5%
Qualifications: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
* Bachelor's degree in environmental science, environmental studies, natural resource management, agricultural education or a related field at a minimum.

PREFERRED IN ADDITION TO THE MINIMUM:
* Master's degree in one of the mentioned fields preferred

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
* The successful candidate will have knowledge of best management practices related to water resource protection.
* Experience implementing one or more best management practices is preferred.
* Individual should have experience coordinating groups and relating information to various audiences.
* Ability to work constructively and professionally with teachers, youth, public agencies, the private sector, government and the general public.
* Interest in program marketing and communication preferred. Experience in extension programming is also preferred.
* Working knowledge of relevant federal and state environmental policy.
* Ability to lead and work amongst a team.
* Excellent oral and written communication skills, including computer fluency (word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications).
Comments: A letter of application, resume, Extension Application (found at: http://www.clemson.edu/extension/apply/extension_application.pdf) and three letters of reference. In addition, external candidates must submit a copy of transcripts of all college courses to:

Mr. M.J. Simmons
Clemson University
113 Barre Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-0120
msmmns@clemson.edu

Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, please submit materials by: September 26, 2014
How To Apply: https://cubshr9e.clemson.edu/psc/hpprd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/26/2014

Position Title: Hydrologist (GS-1315-12)
Employer: USDA Forest Service Intermountain Region
Address:
Contact Person: Diane Freeman, acting Deputy Director of Natural Resources
Phone Number: 801-625-5368, dfreeman@fs.fed.us
Job Location: Boise, ID
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: This position serves as a Hydrol ogist attached to a Regional Office with responsibility for conducting and interpreting hydrologic surveys and analyses and providing technical guidance within the framework of multiple - use management of forest and range lands. The incumbent provides hydrology expertise, and technical guidance to ensure compliance with Federal and State laws with primary focus on instream water quantity issues.

Incumbent provides technical leadership, advice, and assistance to Regional and National Forest personnel regarding determination of effects of on - Forest water uses on stream flow quantity. Independently designs, prepares contracts, and implements field studies to provide data and analyses needed for compliance with Endangered Species Act (ESA) and other laws and regulations pertaining to instream flows for resource maintenance and protection. Much of the work is in response to litigation settlements regarding the effects of authorization of water uses on National Forest System land on ESA listed fish species. Work is focused, to the extent possible, on meeting technical standards that are sufficient for legal challenges.

Incumbent coordinates with Forest personnel, private land owners, and Federal and State agencies on complex instream flow issues. Assists with development of strategies to provide instream flows needed to meet regulatory requirements. Reviews and prepares technical reports to support NEPA, ESA consultation, and other activities.

Incumbent provides advice and assistance on other instream flow issues to Forest and Regional Office personnel, both within and outside the Incumbent's Region, including specific instream flow improvement project design and Federal reserved water right instream flow quantification.

With other Regional Office staff, works to ensure that instream flow needs are well integrated into Forest land management plans or revisions. Reviews project plans and environmental documents involving complex or controversial issues to assess compliance with a wide range of applicable laws, regulations, and policy (e.g., NEPA, ESA) and makes recommendations for needed refinements. Reviews appeals and lawsuits pertaining to instream flow issues. Advises and assists on interpretation of general policy to cover unusual or complex problems or refers such questions to higher authority with specific recommendations. Incumbent assists units by disseminating functional and technical information and by promotion of new methods.
Qualifications:
Comments: The vacancy announcement for this position will soon be posted on the U.S. Government's official website for employment opportunities,
www.usajobs.gov.

Interested applicants will be notified when the vacancy's announcements are advertised
How To Apply: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/1dfd38ef5bb392b86d2a59fd1/files/R4InstreamHydrologistOutreach.pdf
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/22/2014

Position Title: Policy Manager Part-Time
Employer: New Jersey Future
Address: 137 W. Hanover Street, Trenton, NJ 08618
Contact Person: Marianne Jann
Phone Number: 609-393-0008 ext. 101
Job Location: Trenton, NJ
Job Duration: PartTime
Hours Per Week:
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Pay Range: Salary range is commensurate with experience.
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Job Description: Policy Manager Part-Time
Statewide Trenton-based nonprofit smart growth organization is seeking a half-time motivated, policy-oriented individual who can work independently, take on expanding responsibilities, conduct qualitative and quantitative research, shape and articulate policy positions, and work with various stakeholders to develop consensus and advance land-use agendas. The policy manager will be actively engaged in shaping state policy, and to a lesser degree, federal policy, by conducting research, developing policy positions and meeting with stakeholders and decision-makers. The position's primary initial focus will be on ensuring equitable and resilient land-use decisions in the face of storms and sea level rise. Successful applicant must have a passion for planning, environmental sustainability, transportation, housing, and redevelopment issues and be skilled in and energized by communicating with others. Practitioners with experience in land-use policy, planning, law and related fields as well as recent graduates of masters' programs are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
The policy manager will be actively engaged in shaping state policy, and to a lesser degree, federal policy, by conducting research, developing policy positions and meeting with stakeholders and decision-makers. An initial project on which the manager will work is researching the status of state and federal policies to reduce risks from sea level rise and storms, recommending the best opportunities for policy change, and helping advance advocacy and communications. The position is half-time, reporting to the senior director of state policy and working closely with the rest of the staff. The manager's responsibilities include, but are not be limited to:

Researching best practices and new land-use policy concepts relevant to New Jersey;
Analyzing legislative and regulatory proposals and existing policies related to land use decision-making in New Jersey;
Representing the organization and testifying at public meetings and on committees;
Creating recommendations for policy, regulatory and legislative change;
Researching and writing print and online policy briefs, statements, articles and blog entries;
Educating stakeholders, decision-makers and potential collaborators about policy initiatives; and
Convening and attending meetings with decision-makers.
Qualifications: Requirements
The successful candidate should have experience and/or familiarity with land-use planning and sustainable environments. Experience with climate adaptation and other of New Jersey Future's key policy areas, such as transportation and housing, is a plus. Strong candidates will offer:

Solid organizational skills, including ability to organize meetings and work independently;
Robust communications and people skills;
Excellent research and writing ability;
Teamwork and a positive attitude-someone who works well with others; and
Educational background in planning, public policy, law, or comparable discipline (preferred).
Comments:
How To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, references, and writing samples to Marianne Jann at njfuture@njfuture.org.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 11/26/2014

Position Title: Executive Director
Employer: Blue Mountain Land Trust
Address: P.O. Box 1473
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: bmlt@bmlt.org
Job Location: Walla Walla , WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $50,000 to $60,000
Benefits:
Job Description: The Executive Director will have leadership responsibilities for the overall operations of the land trust. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in leading a similarly - sized organization or a major program of a larger organization, with a proven track record in nonprofit management, staff supervision, fund raising, communicating to multiple audiences, and partnering with other organizations. We are loo king for a skilled professional who is an engaged, active self-starter, a collaborative bridge builder able to deal with all types of people, and a motivating leader who can develop and mentor other staff members. The Executive Director answers directly to the President of the Board of Directors and is responsible to the Board . We encourage people of all ethnicities, race, gender, age and sexual orientation to apply.

1. Outreach and External Relations : 20% of time. Represent the land trust professionally in the community. As key spokesperson for BMLT, promote public understanding of and support for its work. Coordinate land trust activities 2 with other organizations, both private and public. Conduct and oversee public outreach activities throughout the BMLT service area.

2. Fundraising and Development : 30% of time. Raise funds for the organization through foundation grant - writing, donor cultivation, individual solicitations, and corporate donations. Work directly with the board and other staff to ensure an effective fundraising program is implemented.

3. Program Planning and Land Protection : 20% of time. Develop and implement BMLT's projects and programs, including planning, policy development, and operational procedures. Work with the Project Review Committee on all aspects of land conservation. Review projects related to acquisitions, site visits, monitoring, and land management, ensuring that projects are consistent with the BMLT mission and strategic goals. Maintain effective relationships with other organizations and agencies involved in land protection.

4. Administration and Internal Relations : 10% of time. Administer all internal affairs of the organization . Provide board support, including committee support for standing and ad hoc committees of the Board. Assure that BMLT complies with Land Trust Standards and Practices and maintains accreditation.

5. Finance : 10 % of time. With Board Treasurer, manage internal controls and budget process es . With Board, prepare and administer annual budget. Prepare reports for the Finance Committee and Board. Work with Finance Committee on management of all BMLT accounts.

6. Staff Management : 10% of time Hire and supervise all staff members working on behalf of the land trust, including consultants and contractors working on management or programs. Ensure effective implementation of all activities delegated to staff members and volunteers.
Qualifications: Academic or work experience pertaining to nonprofit management or public administration
Management s kills including budgeting, goal - setting, human resource management, and overall organization
Experience with grant writing, fundraising and development
Ability to work with and motivate people
Excellent verbal and writing skills
Computer experience appropriate to business practices
Ability to work without direct supervision
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Academic or work experience pertaining to resource management
Familiarity with land use and land conservation issues and needs in the northwestern U.S.
Comments: Please send a letter of application that summarizes
your experience and qualifications for the BMLT Executive Director position. Also include a resume,
salary requirements, three professional
references, and information on the timing of availability. Send all materials to:
Blue Mountain Land Trust
Executive Director Search Committee
bmlt@bmlt.org
How To Apply: http://bmlt.org/employment/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/25/2014

Position Title: Environmental Scientist / Engineer (MLES-2014)
Employer: Tighe & Bond, Inc.
Address: 53 Southampton Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: Careers@TigheBond.com
Job Location: Middletown, CT
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: We are seeking an energetic, highly qualified Environmental Professional to join our expanding team in Middletown, CT. The Environmental Professional hired for this outstanding opportunity will focus on providing environmental consulting for site investigations, remedial design and implementation, and project management. Additional responsibilities include: proposal development, business development, data analysis, remedial design, specification writing, permitting, and report preparation.
Qualifications: Applicants should possess a BS in Environmental Engineering, Geology or Environmental Science and 5-8 years of professional experience. Strong ability to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally is also an absolute requirement. Preferred candidates must demonstrate a proven track record of being able to work both independently on specific assignments and as part of a large team on multidisciplinary projects. Strong ability to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally is also an absolute requirement.
Comments: Apply online: http://www.tighebond.com/Search_Jobs.php Please mention how you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: http://www.tighebond.com/Search_Jobs.php
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/25/2014

Position Title: Environmental Scientist
Employer: LA Department of Environmental Quality
Address: P.O. Box 4303
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
Contact Person: Jennifer Hardee
Phone Number: 225-219-3851
Job Location: Baton Rouge, Lafayette or Shreveport LA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $2,489.00 - $4,957.00 monthly
Benefits:
Job Description: To regulate environmental effects of industrial, commercial, governmental and construction activities through performance of permitting, certification, investigation, inspection, enforcement, emergency response, data collection and assessment, quality assurance, facility classification, laboratory analysis, and/or environmental assessment tasks.
Qualifications: A baccalaureate degree with a major in one of the following scientific fields: animal science, biological sciences, chemistry, geosciences, atmospheric sciences, soil sciences, physical geography, physics, health sciences, toxicology, environmental sciences, wildlife and fisheries sciences, engineering, nuclear science, agronomy, forestry, health physics, medical physics, or statistics and quantitative methods.

SUBSTITUTIONS:
A master's degree or Ph.D. in any of the qualifying fields will substitute for the baccalaureate degree.

NOTE:
Any college hours or degree must be from a school accredited by one of the following regional accrediting bodies: the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; the New England Association of Schools and Colleges; the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities; the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

NOTE:
The transcript must state that the applicant's major is in one of the specified fields. Baccalaureate degrees with majors in a field not listed above which included a heavy concentration in science courses will not be considered qualifying.

NOTE:
Some specific scientific fields that are not qualifying are agriculture, architecture, computer science, food science, horticulture, mathematics, and science education.
Comments: NO CIVIL SERVICE SCORE OR ELIGIBILITY IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION.

Only one application must be submitted for consideration as an Environmental Scientist in all offices within DEQ. Your application will be made available to hiring managers in the Office of Environmental Compliance, the Office of Environmental Services, the Office of the Secretary and the Office of Management and Finance.

The qualified applicant pool generated from this continuous announcement will be used to fill multiple vacancies across the agency. The job location is listed as Statewide because vacancies may be filled in any of the following locations: Headquarters - Baton Rouge, Acadiana Regional Office - Lafayette, Bayou Lafourche Regional Office - Lockport, Kisatchie Central Regional Office - Pineville, Northeast Regional Office - West Monroe, Northwest Regional Office - Shreveport, Southeast Regional Office - Harahan, or the Southwest Regional Office - Lake Charles. Work location preferences will be indicated on the application and applicants will only be considered for employment in those selected locations.

Applicants may apply 90 days prior to receipt of the required baccalaureate/masters degree.

Official transcripts will be required upon hire.

This position may be filled as a new hire or by the promotion/transfer of a permanent, classified State employee.
How To Apply: http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/DIVISIONS/HumanResources/JobAnnouncement.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/25/2014

Position Title: Instructor/ Naturalist
Employer: Stone Environmental School
Address: P.O. Box 36
Harrison, ME 04040
Contact Person: David Freese
Phone Number: 207-583-9960, sesne@megalink.net
Job Location: Mount Washington Valley, NH
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: Full time seasonal. Fall: Early September to November. Spring: Late March to early June.
Pay Range:
Benefits: Weekly stipend based on education and experience and room and board for the extent of season (including weekends). The occasional three-day weekend! And the opportunity to work outside most of the day and with a great staff.
Job Description: Stone Environmental School is a residential outdoor education center for middle school groups of students from districts all across New England. We have been providing environmental ed programs for school groups from across New England for 56 years. We have a very successful and professional reputation; all staff members grow significantly in their teaching skills and content knowledge areas and most refer to their time at Stone as one of the highlights of their teaching careers. We are located at the southern end of the Mount Washington Valley in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire, near North Conway; a truly beautiful place on this planet.

A staff of ten instructors teach/ lead field study lessons in forest and wetlands ecology, natural history, group dynamics and sensory awareness, etc. Staff will team teach some of the lessons. Typically, a group of 80-100 middle school students will arrive at our facility in the foothills of the White Mountains on Monday or Tuesday, move into the dormitories on site, eat meals in the dining hall, and in small groups of ten, attend field lessons each morning, afternoon and evening through to Friday afternoon. Visit our web site at http://www.stoneenvironmentalschool.org/

Fantastic on-site areas are available to explore with students. Over 1000 acres of beautiful upland forest and bountiful wetlands with active beaver lodges, loons, herons, and much more. Quality residential facilities for staff and students alike. Fall session, Sept 14 to Oct 31. 10 day training session, then weekly groups. Training/ Room & Board/ $350/wk.

Description: Stone Environmental School is seeking qualified instructors to plan and lead outdoor lessons in Ecology (forest and wetland), Team-Building (low ropes course, large and small group activities), and Night Activities (night hikes, campfires) to students primarily in grades 4-8. Instructors are required to participate in various duties throughout the week (performing skits, kitchen duties). There is a week of extensive staff training prior to every season.
Qualifications: Qualifications: Successful candidates will have excellent interpersonal skills and a great attitude! A Bachelor's Degree in environmental studies, education, science, or a related field, prior experience teaching children and/or leading outdoor environmental education programs preferred but not required. Certifications in First Aid and CPR are required by the starting date of our programming--there may be an opportunity to obtain these certifications during staff training week. Experience with song leading, story telling, and/or addressing large groups is a plus.
Comments: To Apply:
Send cover letter, resume, and three references to:
David Freese, Director
Stone Environmental School
P.O. Box 36
Harrison, ME 04040
sesne@megalink.net
FAX: (207) 583-9973.
For more information, call David Freese at (207) 583-9960
How To Apply: http://www.stoneenvironmentalschool.org/employment.html
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/25/2014

Position Title: Public Works Supervisor IV - Floodplain Services
Employer: Snohomish County, WA
Address: 3000 Rockefeller Ave M/S 503
Everett, Washington, 98201
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: (425) 388-3411
Job Location: Everett, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $7,217.35 - $8,770.12 Monthly
Benefits:
Job Description: The Snohomish County Department of Public Works, Surface Water Management (SWM) Division is seeking a highly motivated/qualified supervisor to fill a Public Works Supervisor IV position to supervise the Floodplain Services group. The River Capital/Floodplain Services program uses unique approaches within river reaches to work with natural river processes and coordinate with local stakeholders to improve salmon habitat, protect infrastructure and property, resolve river issues and manage floodplains. The program provides a proactive and practical approach to the analysis of river processes as well as to the design and construction of river projects. Another key element of the program involves close coordination with stakeholders, including local landowners, tribes, grant agencies, permit agencies, consultants, and other interest groups. This position also supervises providing Geographic Information System (GIS) support to the SWM division and to other County divisions and departments.
Qualifications: The successful candidates will have qualities in alignment with SWM's core values of providing and demonstrating high quality service, leadership, stewardship, accountability, respect, and integrity. The successful candidates will also be able to demonstrate significant experience in supervising floodplain management programs; developing, implementing and monitoring program budgets; overseeing grants and contracts; and supervising large groups of multi-disciplinary staff. The successful candidates will have good communication skills, will demonstrate the ability to work well with staff and stakeholders with a variety of backgrounds, and will be able to positively contribute to the overall management of the division as part of the SWM Management Team.
Comments: For further information on Snohomish County Surface Water Management's programs, please go to www.surfacewater.info.

The selection process will be:
* On-line only application and supplemental questions;
* Application screened for minimum qualifications;
* Supplemental questions graded;
* Top scores from supplemental exam will be invited to interview;
* Reference check if invited to an interview you will be asked to bring a list of your references including current and former supervisors and internal clients;
* Credential verification if invited to an interview you will be asked to provide copies of your diploma and/or certificates if you have listed on your application any education beyond high school;
* Criminal background check;
* Second interview may be conducted at management's discretion.
How To Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/938562/public-works-supervisor-iv-floodplain-services
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/20/2014

Position Title: Asst. Administrator for Oceanic & Atmospheric Research (1301)
Employer: NOAA
Address: NOAA WFMO/Executive Resources
1305 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Contact Person: Christine Nalli
Phone Number: 301-713-6301, christine.n.nalli@noaa.gov
Job Location: Silver Spring, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
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Pay Range: $120,479 - $181,500
Benefits:
Job Description: The Assistant Administrator (AA) for the Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research reports to the Deputy Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The position is responsible for consulting with the Under Secretary, Assistant Secretaries and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere and other senior NOAA leadership and staff, and the Assistant Administrators of other NOAA components to keep abreast of agency research needs and opportunities. The position promotes research programs and activities that will strengthen agency science and its value to the public. An integral member of the NOAA leadership team, the AA for OAR also serves on the NOAA Executive Committee (NEC), the highest level executive management body within NOAA, through which NOAA senior leadership provide advice and counsel on high level operation and management issues and NOAA-wide policy. In cooperation with the NOAA Research Council, the incumbent will review research and development activities across NOAA and advise the Office of the Under Secretary on the need for, and efficacy of, NOAA research and technology development efforts. The incumbent will also promote the transfer of research results and new technology to others outside of NOAA, as well as represent NOAA in Department interagency groups on technology transfer and research and technology applications. The incumbent assists the Under Secretary in determining the most effective utilization of the Agency's scientific resources. This includes participating in an oversight role for the Agency's research and development planning and budgeting, and reviews of Agency programs to evaluate their scientific merit, identify problems and pathways toward solutions, critical technical issues, and progress of programs to ensure the Agency's specific objectives are met. The incumbent maintains an overview of NOAA's scientific programs including collaborative efforts with other Line Offices, countries and international agencies. As Assistant Administrator for OAR, the incumbent is responsible for the direction and administration of all activities of OAR, resolving operational and technical management problems, maintaining surveillance over operations, and ensuring the timely and adequate implementation of established goals and programs. The Assistant Administrator is responsible for the discharge of the following essential organizational functions to strengthen the preeminence and value of NOAA science and services for the public good:
* Leads a coordinated research program that ensures OAR's compatibility and effectiveness in serving NOAA's programmatic needs over both the short and long term.
* Conducts and manages research to promote a better understanding of the atmospheric, coastal, oceanic, climatic, and geophysical processes that underlie the services and products of NOAA.
* Maintains oversight and portfolio planning and execution responsibilities along with the Assistant Administrator's of each corresponding Line Office, for the research and development programs being executed in the National Weather Service, National Ocean Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, and the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service to ensure that research and development programs across NOAA and of OAR are designed to meet the current and future requirements of these service components.
* Promotes the transfer of research results and new technology to other components of NOAA, and both to and from scientific organizations outside NOAA.
* Maintains cognizance of and engagement with research and development programs being conducted by other relevant federal and/or university entities and ensures that OAR research investments complement external efforts.
* Supports NOAA-wide planning, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting of NOAA's research and development enterprise, and provides guidance for optimizing the portfolio at near-term, mid-term, and long-term time frames.
* Ensures financial integrity through the OAR Chief Financial Officer with an integrated accounting and financial management system including financial reporting and internal controls.
Promotes scientific integrity and encourages scientists throughout the organization to communicate science to their peers as well as to the media and non-scientific audiences to further scientific literacy and sound decisions making.
Qualifications: Applications will be accepted from all groups of Qualified Indivduals who are U. S. Citizens

To meet the minimum qualifications for this position, you must possess all of the mandatory Executive Core Qualifications and Professional/Technical Qualifications listed above. These qualifications would typically be acquired through education, experience, and training which reflect progressive development and achievement in managing a comprehensive business program in a complex organization. An individual's total experience and education must demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of the position. Applicants must meet all of the qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement. Applicants are required to submit a narrative statement for each of the five mandatory Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and each of the mandatory Professional/Technical Qualifications (PTQs). Please give a complete and detailed answer for each mandatory qualification. Do not enter "Refer to Resume" to explain your answer. Applications directing the reader to search within the application or to "See Resume" are considered incomplete and WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Failure to submit a narrative statement or address any of the mandatory ECQs and/or PTQs is also considered incomplete and WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. For detailed guidance on ECQs, applicants are strongly encouraged to review the Office of Personnel Management's Guide to Executive Qualifications at http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp Applicants currently serving under a career Senior Executive Service (SES) appointment, eligible for reinstatement into SES, or have successfully completed a SES Candidate Development Program (CDP) approved by OPM are not required to address the ECQs but must address all mandatory PTQs.

Eductional Requirement:
Degree in physical science, engineering, or mathematics that included 24 semester hours in physical science and/or related engineering science such as mechanics, dynamics, properties of materials, and electronics, - OR- a combination of education and experience--education equivalent to one of the majors previously mentioned above that included at least 24 semester hours in physical science and/or related engineering science, plus appropriate experience or additional education.

Specialized Experience:
You must have one year of specialized experience at a level close to the work of this job that has given you the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform. Typically we would find this experience in work within this field or a field that is closely related.
Comments: Job Announcement Number: OAR-ARL-2014-0029

Once your complete application is received we will conduct an evaluation of your qualifications and determine your ranking. The most highly qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interview. You will be notified by email of the receipt of your application. The typical SES selection process at NOAA averages 80-85 work days after the announcement closes.
How To Apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/378443100
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/26/2014

Position Title: Coordinator, Metrics and Marine Climate Change (530)
Employer: Conservation International
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Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Arlington, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Coordinator, Metrics and Marine Climate Change, will provide day-to-day support functions for the Metrics (50%) and Marine Climate Change (50%) initiatives. The Coordinator will: develop and maintain communications materials, including the projects websites, and other reports and communication documents on project activities and outcomes; provide research support; provide administrative and logistical support for preparing donor reports; and with organizing regular meetings of the project teams and workshops with external partners.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Administrative and logistical support ~ organize meetings and workshops; arrange travel; prepare presentations; maintain Metrics records and documents; assist other team members with logistical arrangements
* Coordinate the preparation including editing, formatting and compiling, of regular reports to donors and other partners; liaise with and assist the field teams on issues where appropriate.
* Develop and maintain communication/fundraising materials and tools, including factsheets, website content, blogs. Maintain and update the Blue Carbon Initiative website.
* Research support ~ provide weekly updates on relevant scientific literature; maintain the publications database; and undertake one-off research / literature review tasks
Qualifications: Required:
* Minimum of 2 years related work experience
* Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, MSWord and Power Point and Google Apps
* Attention to detail
* Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines and intense pressure to perform
* Proficiency in writing and editing reports and documents
* Strong interpersonal communication skills
* Experience working in cooperation with colleagues who represent a wide range of interests, cultures and needs

Preferred:
* Bachelor's Degree
* Demonstrated interest in conservation
* Experience working in developing countries
* Understanding of the scientific research process, experience with scientific literature search
* Basic website editing and desktop publishing, experience with WordPress
* Fluency in Spanish, French, Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesia or Tagalog
Comments:
How To Apply: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CONSERVATION&cws=1&rid=530
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2014

Position Title: Water Policy Advisor, California Program
Employer: Defenders of Wildlife
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: This professional-level position is responsible for developing and implementing Defenders water policy and conservation initiatives, focused primarily in California. Areas of emphasis include water policy, wetlands conservation, Endangered Species Act (ESA)-listed species and key species that occur primarily in California, including shorebirds, amphibians and freshwater fishes. Defenders' conservation priorities relating to water policy in California include: the protection and restoration of California's wetlands, rivers and streams, with an emphasis on aquatic habitats in the Sierra Nevada, Mojave Desert, Bay-Delta regions, and Central Valley wetlands and national wildlife refuges. This position will coordinate internally within other, field, policy and legal staff members in Defenders on important national water programs and policies and assist in implementation of national water policy goals. The advisor pursues conservation objectives through a variety of tools including policy reform, legislative and regulatory reform, litigation and other means. This leadership position requires knowledge and experience in a broad array of water and natural resource conservation issues, such as endangered species policy, water law and environmental and administrative law and procedures. Additional knowledge and experience is required in advocacy in the private, public and governmental sectors; administration; public outreach; media relations; and, fundraising, with strong ties to the larger conservation community. The position requires minimal supervision.

* Lead Defenders' efforts in California to fulfill our water conservation objectives and participate with others in Defenders to develop and reform California and national water policies and programs.
* Assist with the development and implementation of priority water policy objectives for strategic plans and annual work plans relevant to the California Program Office, contributing to the achievement of the goals and benchmarks in those plans. The focus will be on, but not be limited to, the following issues: the protection and restoration of California's wetlands, rivers and streams, with emphasis on the Bay-Delta and associated rivers and Central Valley wetlands and wildlife refuges; desert rivers, seeps and springs; groundwater protection; and coastal water quality.
* Provide effective conservation advocacy on California water quantity and quality issues at the state and federal level, with a focus on the state and federal fish and wildlife agencies, State Water Resources Control Board and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
* Work with other legal and policy staff working on water policy issues at the headquarters and field offices to ensure consistent and effective development and implementation of Defenders' water policy issues.
* Establish and maintain effective relationships and partnerships with conservation partners, state and federal agencies and decision makers and other stakeholders in California.
* Work with landowners, water districts, and state and federal agencies to advance the conservation of state and federal ESA-listed species including key species such as shorebirds, amphibians and freshwater fishes, and key water-based landscapes in the Sierra Nevada, Central Valley, and Mojave Desert regions.
* Influence and enhance federal, state, and local wildlife and water policies in administrative, legislative, judicial, and other forums, using a range of strategies including:
* Seeking policy and programmatic changes by relevant state and federal agencies
* Recommending litigation where appropriate and providing technical support
* Recommending and facilitating species restoration and reintroduction projects as appropriate
* Participating in direct and grassroots lobbying of the U.S. Congress and California State legislature and agencies
* Serve as spokesperson for Defenders; represent Defenders and Defenders' water conservation interests to the public, the media, and key decision-makers, and in working groups, committees, and processes.
* Inform the public and Defenders' members and supporters on key issues through mailings, e-mail alerts, social media, dissemination of educational materials, and Defenders magazine.
* Work with Defenders' national headquarters staff to provide information to members, foundations, and other donors, and help identify and develop potential sources of funding to support work activities and Defenders' priorities.
* Identify key information relating to water policy, strategy, and decision-making, and communicate it as appropriate and in a timely manner to the immediate supervisor and other relevant field and headquarters staff members including those in Government Relations and External Affairs.
* As needed, assist and advise the Director of the California Program in problem-solving with regard to regional and national programs.
* Perform all other related duties as assigned.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
* General office working conditions, the noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.
* Occasional weekend and evening work required.
* Travel is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
* While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use a computer and communicate with others while doing so.
Qualifications: * Education: Degree in law or advanced degree in natural resources with an emphasis on water policy and environmental law.
* Experience: At least 5 years of experience working with wildlife/habitat conservation issues, water policy, and knowledge of state and federal resource agencies, laws, and policies dealing with the water supply and quality, endangered species, and natural resources. In particular, this position requires an understanding of the California State Water Resource Control Board, Bureau of Reclamation and state and federal wildlife agencies.

Other:
* Ability to engage effectively with senior leaders in the conservation community, federal and state agencies and other organizations.
* Ability to negotiate with senior level staff across organizations to reach agreements on complex broad policy issues; demonstrated ability to work productively in a lead role in coalitions of environmental organizations
* Ability to lead diverse stakeholders in collaborative activities; to anticipate policy issues impacting wildlife and make recommendations to senior managers within Defenders and other organizations.
* Ability to elevate public awareness of issues and build a constituency for solutions.
* Excellent verbal communications skills with the ability to conduct presentations for large and diverse audiences
* Ability to work independently to initiate project ideas as well as to manage them through to completion; track record and professional judgment to work independently and with minimal supervision
* Ability to work constructively as a member of a team; excellent interpersonal skills and judgment with the ability to work productively with both colleagues and opponents
* Strong research and writing skills with attention to detail; excellent strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities
* Ability to respond constructively to unexpected change; to exercise appropriate judgment in complex situations
* Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends; some travel required
* Personal interest in and commitment to conservation
Comments: Interested applicants please reference Water Policy Advisor, California Program position in your subject line and submit a letter of interest, along with your resume and salary history to us via e-mail at: HR@defenders.org

It is the policy of Defenders of Wildlife to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions.

All employees are required to satisfactorily perform the essential duties and responsibilities of their positions. The essential duties and responsibilities listed above are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
How To Apply: http://www.defenders.org/jobs/water-policy-advisor-california-program
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2014

Position Title: Fish Passage Restoration Specialist (1067)
Employer: ERT
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Silver Spring, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Will review and assess existing federal or non-governmental regional fish passage prioritization efforts, tools, and resource gaps. Will support development of shared short- and long-term program goals for the hydropower, Restoration Center (RC), and Protected Resources (PR) staff. Will develop recommendations for coordination of efforts to maximize the impact on diadromous fish; coordinate the cross-program development of a national vision and fish passage strategy for priority-setting and increased alignment across RC and regional hydropower program fish passage efforts; and coordinate the development of national and regional graphics and maps of projects and watersheds where the regional hydropower program and RC programs have restored diadromous fish passage or where there may be future opportunities to restore fish passage. Will synthesize monitoring data collected across fish passage restoration projects and analyze diadromous fish return data prior to and after fish passage restoration efforts. Will construct messages and effective communication strategies that can be used to advance the programs.
Qualifications: 2+ years of specialized experience relating to environmental management, policy, science. Demonstrated understanding of diadromous fish, diadromous fish habitat, and fish passage restoration, including barrier removal. Must have knowledge of the principles of coastal and marine habitat conservation and fisheries management. Requires experience applying natural resource policies and regulations, preferably in coastal and marine environments, and in developing and implementing conservation and restoration strategies at the landscape or watershed scale, including basic knowledge in geographic information systems (GIS). Must have demonstrated ability to work independently and to manage multiple tasks, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Must be able to pass a background investigation to obtain a security badge to enter the applicable government facility.

Education
BS in Environmental Management, Policy, Science, related discipline, or equivalent. MS preferred.
Comments: Apply online.
How To Apply: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ERT&cws=1&rid=1067
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2014

Position Title: Associate Environmental Scientist
Employer: IEc
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Cambridge, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: We are seeking an environmental scientist with an graduate level degree in environmental sciences or a related field (e.g., ecology, biology, chemistry, toxicology, marine science). The successful candidate will support our dynamic natural resources practices through analysis of environmental data to assess the impacts of chemical and/or physical degradation to a wide range of ecological components. The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting applied analysis and planning/coordination in the context of environmental policy, environmental litigation, and natural resource damage assessments.

Responsibilities may include:
* Designing and implementing major quantitative analyses.
* Interpreting and communicating results (verbally and in writing).
* Identifying and working with outside experts.
* Recommending modifications to achieve project objectives.
* Critically reviewing reports and analyses produced by other parties.
* Providing logistical and administrative support internally and to the client, including organizing meetings and conference calls, producing call notes, and helping to maintain project communication.
Qualifications: We expect a candidate to have excellent analytical, organizational, and writing skills, and be able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced consulting environment. A high degree of initiative and creativity is also required. Because IEc is committed to growth from within, we seek candidates with a long-term interest in a consulting career.

Skills Requirements:
We expect a candidate to have excellent analytical, organizational, and writing skills, and be able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced consulting environment. A high degree of initiative and creativity is also required. Because IEc is committed to growth from within, we seek candidates with a long-term interest in a consulting career.

Skills Requirements:
* Ability to understand and interpret environmental data
* Strong analytical and math skills
* Experience with database and spreadsheet management
* Ability to clearly communicate complex technical information (oral and written)
* Ability to understand and interpret environmental data
* Strong analytical and math skills
* Experience with database and spreadsheet management
* Ability to clearly communicate complex technical information (oral and written)

Required Qualifications:
* MA, MS, MBA, MPP, Ph.D.or equivalent in relevant field (see above).
* Relevant work or internship experience.
Comments: To Apply
As the first step in applying to IEc, you will need to fill in the required fields (*) and then upload a Cover Letter, a Resume, a Writing Sample, a list of three references, a copy of your Undergraduate Transcript, and a copy of your Graduate Transcript in the boxes provided on the screen.

Please do not enter your personal information twice. If the recruitment committee is interested in pursuing your application, we will contact you directly to set up a screening interview.

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How To Apply: http://www.indecon.com/iecweb/jobapplication.aspx?jobid=176.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2014

Position Title: GIS Specialist 4
Employer: CDM Smith
Address:
Contact Person: Farrell Murphy
Phone Number:
Job Location: Cambridge, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
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Job Description: CDM Smith provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. As a full-service consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm, we deliver exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle.

Job Responsibilities
Candidate must have a minimum of 5 years' experience with FEMA floodplain mapping including the Map Modernization or RiskMAP program. Candidate should also be a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM). Experience in task management is required. Particular tasks including riverine delineation, coastal delineation, FIS development, DFIRM development, CHAMP, Hec-GeoRAS, ArcHydro, ArcGIS 3D and Spatial Analyst.

As a member of this team, you would contribute to CDM Smith's mission by: Playing a key role in, and possibly leading small (i.e. < $25,000) GIS needs assessments or other GIS consulting activities such as strategic plans, upgrade evaluations, etc. Leading group and individual discussions with clients to gather data Evaluating requirements and developing conceptual designs for systems and applications that will address requirements Supporting business process modeling efforts Assisting with hardware/software recommendations and specifications, and developing pricing for and/or ordering hardware and software Possibly assisting with the development of hardware and/or software testing algorithms, and performing testing Conceptualizing and designing moderately complex databases, including designs that incorporate spatial data Reviewing data sources for project activities of moderate complexity and recommending approaches for data conversion, migration/manipulation, quality control, quality assurance, etc. (for review by others) Developing conceptual designs for applications or performing coding for portions of applications, or for simple applications in their entirety Possibly duplicating and modifying existing applications for new clients, particularly browser-based applications Possibly developing application testing plans and testing applications Supporting end users for specific applications Training CDM Smith staff and clients, primarily in one-on-one situations Possibly managing small to medium (<$100K) projects Overseeing the work of one or two interns and/or junior GIS staff Possibly assisting with proposals and participating in interviews Taking a role on projects and client interaction that will contribute to follow-on work
Qualifications: Job Requirements
A successful CDM Smith candidate will have: B.S./B.A. or M.S./M.A. in computer science, geography, geology, engineering, planning, mathematics, government, or a related field Four years' experience applying GIS technology with B.S., or 3 years' with M.S. Familiarity with most or all of the following tools: Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, UML Tools, ArcInfo 9.x, ArcEditor 9.x, ArcView 9.x, ArcGIS Extensions, Model Builder, ArcPad, GPS Unit, Internet Explorer, VBA for ArcGIS, ArcIMS, Autodesk MapGuide, Avenue. Strict attention to detail where errors are not easily corrected. Excellent time management skills

We attract the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. We strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. We provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that our employees plan, design, build and operate-as diverse as the needs of our clients. CDM Smith is an equal opportunity employer.
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How To Apply: Qualified candidates should apply by clicking on the link below:https://jobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=25038&siteid=5220&AReq=12884BR&Codes=floodorg
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 12/12/2014





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