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Goodyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc. Engineering Intern
Placer County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Civil Engineer Associate
Northwest Florida Water Management District Hydrologist II, III or IV (DOQ)
LT Leon Associates, Inc. Water Resources Engineer
Freese and Nichols, Inc. Stormwater Engineer/PM
Continental Properties Company, Inc. Land Planner
Anne Arundel County, MD Planning Technician II (Represented)
Sierra Club Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Sierra Club Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Sierra Club Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Chesapeake Bay Foundation Executive Director (FY16-03-VAED)
Greenbelt Project Associate
American Rivers Development Associate, Administration and Research
City of Portland, OR Water Resources Program Manager
University of California Sustainable Water Markets Fellowship Program Manager (Academic Coordinator II)
Cascade County Public Works Department Planner
City of Fort Worth, TX Professional Engineer - Floodplain Management - Job ID # 2012
Castaic Lake Water Agency Principal Water Resources Planner
KPFF Consulting Engineers Civil Engineer
Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc. Water Resources Engineer
Mass Audubon Land Protection Land Protection Specialist
Haley & Aldrich Senior Project Manager
Clayton Vounty Water Authority Sr. Conservation Specialist
University of Minnesota Watershed Initiative Coordinator
Downeast Coastal Conservancy (DCC) Land Steward
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Research Hydrologist (Research Associate)
The Nature Conservancy Western Colorado Water Project Manager
The Nature Conservancy GIS Specialist, Global Water
The Nature Conservancy Natural Infrastructure Fellow
rare Senior Director, Climate Change
State of Washington Shoreline Planner (Environmental Planner 3)
Hart Crowser, Inc. Junior-Level Natural Resources Field Technician
JARI Community Development and Redevelopment
Cranberrry Township, PA Land Development Specialist
Cascade County Public Works Department Planner
Acclivity Associates Risk MAP RPML
City of Healdsburg, CA Principal Civil Engineer
Sarasota County, FL Watershed Coordinator/Engineer, Public Utilities (Job Code: 2094)


Position Title: Engineering Intern
Employer: Goodyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc.
Address: 2660 Eastchase Lane, Suite 200
Montgomery, AL 36117
Contact Person: Jof Mehaffey
Phone Number: (251) 460-4006
Job Location: Montgomery, Alabama
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
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Pay Range:
Benefits: Vacation, Sick, Health Insurance, Holidays
Job Description:
GMC Environmental is seeking an engineering intern with 0-3 years of relevant experience for a full-time position based out of Montgomery, AL. Responsibilities will include hydraulic and hydrologic analysis and modeling, floodplain management, stream design and construction and other environmental related tasks. The ideal candidate should be someone who is driven to learn new concepts and is self-motivated.

Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications

Engineering Degree from an accredited university

0-3 years experience

EI Certification or the ability to pass the FE within 6 months

Experience with AutoCAD

Course work in Hydraulic Processes

Hydrologic/Hydraulic Modeling

Experience a plus

Excellent Communication Skills


Comments:
How To Apply: Send resume to jof.mehaffey@gmcnetwork.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/30/2015

Position Title: Civil Engineer Associate
Employer: Placer County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
Address:
Contact Person: Phyllis Barnard
Phone Number:
Job Location: Auburn, South Placer, Tahoe
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: This recruitment will be used to fill both open and promotional vacancies in various County departments as they arise, subject to specific position requirements.

There are current vacancies in the following departments:

Community Development Resource Agency - The Community Development Resource Agency is currently recruiting for a permanent, fulltime position within the Engineering and Surveying Division. Applicants hired into this position may receive any of the following work assignments:

Land Development Project Environmental Review and Conditioning
Civil Improvement Plan and Technical Engineering Studies Review
Construction Inspection Office Engineer
Supervision of Assistant and Junior Level Engineers and Engineering Technicians
Facility Services - The Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA), a separate government entity, is staffed by Facility Services staff and is currently recruiting for a permanent, fulltime position for solid waste recycling and disposal engineering at its advanced solid waste management facility in Roseville. The established list may be used to fill positions within Facility Services and the WPWMA as they become available.

Public Works - The Department of Public Works is currently recruiting for a permanent, fulltime position with the Flood Control & Water Conservation District. The Flood Control District collaborates with Placer County and its cities to protect lives and property from the effects of flooding. The established list will also be used to fill positions within Public Works as they become available.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: www.jobsatplacercounty.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/11/2015

Position Title: Hydrologist II, III or IV (DOQ)
Employer: Northwest Florida Water Management District
Address: 81 Water Management Drive
Havana, FL 32333
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: 850-539-5999
Job Location: Tallahassee area
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $44,000 - $63,600
Benefits: Health, Life, Retirement (FRS), Annual Leave, Sick Leave
Job Description: This is a professional position, involving advanced work in hydrology, hydraulics, and related water resources evaluations and assessments, with the primary emphasis being surface water hydrology. Involves development, planning, designing, and implementation of water resource projects.
Performs water resources engineering tasks in the fields of stormwater management, water supply, flood plain management, estuarine hydrodynamics, and water resources restoration; Conducts river basin analysis including flooding, low flows, water budgets, rainfall/runoff and calibration of hydrologic watershed models; Manages development and application of hydrologic, hydraulic, and hydrodynamic models of surface water bodies of the District; Manages design, planning and implementation of water resources construction projects. Performs complex analysis of problems related to floodplain management, stormwater management, estuarine hydraulics and lake hydraulics; Participates as a team member in water resources assessment and development; Understanding of floodplain management, planning and mapping; Assists in the management of the Districts FEMA Map Modernization and Risk MAP programs, including flood map and flood risk data updates for all areas within the District; Plans and conducts field studies, including field data collection, topographic and conveyance surveys, data management, and related monitoring activities; Provides the public superior customer service; and Performs other duties assigned.
Qualifications: Hydrologist II: Master's degree in hydrology, civil engineering, environmental science, water resources engineering, or closely related field and one year of relevant experience in these fields; or a bachelors degree in one of these fields and two years of relevant experience. Experience with surface water hydraulic and hydrologic models and working knowledge of surface water hydrology. Ability to clearly communicate and prepare written technical information.
Hydrologist III: Master's degree in hydrology, civil engineering, environmental science, water resources engineering, or closely related field and three years of relevant experience in these fields; or a bachelors degree in one of these fields and five years of relevant experience. Experience with surface water hydraulic and hydrologic models and working knowledge of surface water hydrology. Ability to clearly communicate and prepare written technical information.
Hydrologist IV: Master's degree in hydrology, civil engineering, environmental science, water resources engineering, or closely related field and six years of relevant experience in these fields; or a bachelors degree in one of these fields and ten years of relevant experience. A minimum of three years of experience with surface water hydraulic and hydrologic models and working knowledge of surface water hydrology. Ability to clearly communicate and prepare written technical information.
Comments:
How To Apply: Submit a District application and resume
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/24/2015

Position Title: Water Resources Engineer
Employer: LT Leon Associates, Inc.
Address: 500 East Locust Street, Suite 400
Des Moines, IA 50309
Contact Person: Luis Leon
Phone Number: 515-422-7016
Job Location: Des Moines, IA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: LT Leon Associates is a civil engineering firm located in Des Moines, Iowa. We are focused on civil engineering, water resources, and land conservation. We are currently seeking to hire a Water Resources Engineer. A qualified applicant will have experience and technical expertise with water resources and civil engineering projects.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Hydrologic and hydraulic studies, modeling and analysis, floodplain mapping
Stormwater management plans, watershed management plans
Design of storm sewer and drainage systems
Stream restoration; flood mitigation; dam mitigation
Environmental restoration including wetlands
Sanitary sewer conveyance, SSES, Inflow and Infiltration
Drinking water supply and distribution systems
Qualifications: Requirements
PE or the ability to obtain license within 18 months
Effectively communicate with staff, clients, and regulatory agencies
Strong presentation, verbal, and written communication skills
Relevant Computer Skills MicroStation/GEOPAK, AutoCAD Civil3D, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, SWMM, GIS
Experience preparing engineering plans, specifications, and cost estimates
Experience with construction administration and oversight is preferred
Knowledge of local, state, and federal permitting processes and requirements
Active participation in professional organizations
Ability to develop new clients and maintain existing clients
Occasional travel
Comments: A competitive salary and benefit package is offered. Compensation is based on the applicants experience and qualifications. LT Leon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: Please submit resume and letter of interest to eleon@ltleon.com. All inquiries are confidential.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/24/2015

Position Title: Stormwater Engineer/PM
Employer: Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Amy Caster
Phone Number: 817-735-7210
Job Location: Fort Worth, TX
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
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Job Description: Freese and Nichols is currently searching for an experienced engineer to serve as a project manager for stormwater-related projects in our Fort Worth Office. The candidate must have a strong background in the modeling and design of stormwater projects and be proficient in a diverse range of modeling and design software packages. Experience with advanced modeling software including Infoworks, XP-SWMM, and HEC-RAS Unsteady is a plus. The project manager will be responsible for leading the analysis, design, and preparation of technical reports, plans, specifications, and estimates for diverse projects including open channels stabilization and improvements, storm drain systems, and detention. Candidate will work independently as well as plan and supervise work of teams of professionals and technicians. The position includes client interaction and a commitment to client service. The role also encompasses business development activities, including proposal preparation and some marketing activities. Qualified candidates will have strong writing and teamwork skills, as well as project and team management experience. Qualified candidates will have at least a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, 7+ years related experience, and a Texas professional engineer registration (or the ability to become licensed in Texas within 12 months).

Equal Opportunity Employer
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Comments:
How To Apply: www.freese.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/23/2015

Position Title: Land Planner
Employer: Continental Properties Company, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Menomonee Falls, WI
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: This position works closely with the Dealmakers, Development Directors and Development Associates to facilitate a wide variety of activities associated with land planning, due diligence and entitlements. The position will have the opportunity to grow within the development department. What you will do: Responsible for analyzing and developing the most efficient and cost efficient conceptual site designs for residential and commercial real estate development opportunities Review municipal codes, wetland/floodplain maps, external customer requirements, and integrate into site plans Integrate internal multifamily site design preferences and retailer requirements into deal specific site plans through efficient planning and land divisions to reduce overall project and land costs Advise team and executives on potential cost and constructability implications of design and creatively solve site planning challenges Participate in obtaining and reviewing due diligence materials, review of ALTA Surveys and legal descriptions, and creation of entitlement schedules Prepare presentation quality materials for investor books, web page and municipal submittals
Qualifications: Skills Required: The successful candidate will possess: Bachelor Degree in Design, Architecture, Civil Engineering or equivalent experience required Knowledge of land/site planning process Working knowledge of municipal codes Basic understanding of civil engineering, architectural and general real estate Proficient in AutoCAD and Photoshop software Strong communication skills Ability to manage competing demands of internal and external forces while maintaining a quality and timely work product Education Requirements:
Comments: Continental Properties Company, Inc. is a proven, dynamic and diverse national real estate development company. Over our 35 year history, we have grown from a small real estate company to a major presence in the development industry. Continental is committed to providing the best benefits in the business and fostering a collegial environment where autonomy and teamwork intersect to create the opportunity for you to do what you do best every day. Do you have talent, ambition and drive? Are you ready to work with some of the most talented professionals in the real estate development industry? If so, please submit your resume and cover letter today at www.cproperites.com/careers. Continental Properties Company, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply: http://www.resume-library.com/job/view/4756330/Land-Planner?pj=yes
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Planning Technician II (Represented)
Employer: Anne Arundel County, MD
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Anne Arundel County, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range: $34,861.00 - $53,498.00 Annually
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Job Description: This posting will be used to fill a Full Time Represented Planning Technician II position located in the Development Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning. The Development Division is responsible for the review and approval of all commercial and residential subdivisions, grading permits, Board of Education projects, Capital Projects and major projects that support economic development.

This position will involve the intake and review of applications along with the processing of legal documents, record plats and associated fees for processing at the Court House on a weekly basis.This position involves interacting with the development community and citizens on a daily basis. Excellent customer service experience and the ability to communicate effectively is essential.

This is specialized technical work in the development, maintenance, and revision of basic planning and zoning and related information.

NATURE AND VARIETY OF WORK

Work involves responsibility either for recording and controlling the orderly processing of subdivision proposals and certain allied waiver requests, or for developing and extending an orderly system of street names and building numbering throughout the County. Work involves frequent contact with subdividers and property owners in explaining program objectives and requirements and in advising them of changes proposed or required. Work follows established policies and procedures, to the development of which these employees are expected to contribute. Work is evaluated through observation and review of recommendations and reports or other work products.

In controlling subdivision submittals: accepts, reviews for adherence to standards, distributes, and maintains computerized control of progress in multi-agency evaluations of subdivision proposals; logs in submittals, fees, correspondence, and findings of reviewing agencies; accepts and similarly processes waiver requests related to subdivisions and flood plan controls; responds to status inquiries from within the County government and from owners, developers, and their representatives.

In street name and building numbering assignment control: develops and maintains basic records and maps of street names and building numbers; identifies patterns of street names and premise addresses requiring changes in order to diminish confusion and improve orderliness in these respects; develops plans for changes; meets with subdividers and property owners regarding these matters and seeks concurrence in needed changes; keeps interested public and private agencies informed of changes; develops procedures for effecting needed and agreed changes.

Performs related work as required.
Qualifications: * Thorough knowledge of the geography of the County and of applicable laws and regulations governing the area of the assignment.
* Thorough knowledge of the general objectives and methods of planning and land use regulations.
* Thorough knowledge of established policies and procedures in the area of assignment.
* Skill in interpreting plans, drawings, and diagrams.
* Ability to establish and maintain a complex system of records and reports.
* Ability to read and interpret maps and subdivision plats.
* Ability to write and speak effectively.
* Ability to maintain effective work relationships with the public, property owners, subdividers, and their representatives.

Minimum Qualifications:
* Graduation from high school;
* two (2) or more years of experience in planning, subdivision control, and zoning enforcement work; and
* a valid non-commercial Class C motor vehicle operator's license.

NOTE: Preference will be given to applicants with background in intake and/or review of permits, modifications, subdivisions, variances and Special Exception applications.


NOTE: The experience listed below may be substituted for the two (2) or more years of experience in planning, subdivision control, and zoning enforcement work.


Two (2) years experience in permit processing (intake, application or plan review for compliance with Zoning and Development Regulations) or two (2) years experience in a position involving any of the following: daily interaction with the public or public agency, office support functions, property management, processing/handling of funds, preparation/review of reports, and handling of confidential information.
Comments:

How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/annearundel/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1198828
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/10/2015

Position Title: Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Employer: Sierra Club
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Wilmington or Morehead City, NC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator organizes and implements one or more major conservation programs, campaigns or initiatives such as offshore energy exploration, wetlands, air /water quality, etc.

Scope: Under direction of the Chapter Director or the assigned volunteer leader, implements the Chapters approved conservation programmatic objectives. The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator works to design and implement campaign strategies for the North Carolina coast. Creates educational and promotional materials and content for a range of different audiences. Works with Sierra Club chapters on regional campaigns on offshore energy exploration and other issues. Represents the Sierra Club to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations on the coast. Travels extensively on the coast.

Job Activities:
* Develops, coordinates and implements campaign strategies for conservation programs and projects in accordance with the chapter policy as they impact the coast
* Develops educational and campaign materials and training as needed to coalition partners and volunteer leaders on issues relating to coastal policy and the environment. This may include writing and/or editing action alerts, fact sheets, toolkits, letters to policy makers, newsletter articles, blogs, webinars and other outreach and media documents as needed.
* Supports, motivates and encourages grassroots conservation campaign activities by providing guidance and information to activists in Club structure, volunteer development and organization.
* Seeks outs and develops contacts in organizations, media, and legislative bodies to further program objectives.
* Works closely with the Chapters organizing team to plan, coordinate and implement grassroots and grasstops organizing strategies.
* Mobilizes grassroots activists to take online action on issues related to conservation issues affecting the coast.
* Makes presentations to community, political, and governmental bodies regarding chapter conservation efforts. Works with Chapter Communications staff to produce press releases and other communications to keep the Club membership and the general public informed.
* Represents the Chapter to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations.
* Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Qualifications: * BA/BS degree in Environmental Studies, Political Science or a closely related field.
* Knowledge of coastal environmental issues and challenges
* 1-2 years of experience in the environmental field that includes research and organizing campaigns, press relations and public speaking.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills.
* Proficient internet and social media skills
* Demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers.
Comments: The Sierra Club offers competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience plus excellent benefits that include medical, dental, and vision coverage, and a retirement savings 401(k) plan. This is a category 6 exempt position.

Sierra Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Explore, enjoy and protect the planet.
How To Apply: https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SIERRACLUB&cws=1&rid=592
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Employer: Sierra Club
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Wilmington or Morehead City, NC
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator organizes and implements one or more major conservation programs, campaigns or initiatives such as offshore energy exploration, wetlands, air /water quality, etc.

Scope: Under direction of the Chapter Director or the assigned volunteer leader, implements the Chapters approved conservation programmatic objectives. The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator works to design and implement campaign strategies for the North Carolina coast. Creates educational and promotional materials and content for a range of different audiences. Works with Sierra Club chapters on regional campaigns on offshore energy exploration and other issues. Represents the Sierra Club to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations on the coast. Travels extensively on the coast.

Job Activities:
* Develops, coordinates and implements campaign strategies for conservation programs and projects in accordance with the chapter policy as they impact the coast
* Develops educational and campaign materials and training as needed to coalition partners and volunteer leaders on issues relating to coastal policy and the environment. This may include writing and/or editing action alerts, fact sheets, toolkits, letters to policy makers, newsletter articles, blogs, webinars and other outreach and media documents as needed.
* Supports, motivates and encourages grassroots conservation campaign activities by providing guidance and information to activists in Club structure, volunteer development and organization.
* Seeks outs and develops contacts in organizations, media, and legislative bodies to further program objectives.
* Works closely with the Chapters organizing team to plan, coordinate and implement grassroots and grasstops organizing strategies.
* Mobilizes grassroots activists to take online action on issues related to conservation issues affecting the coast.
* Makes presentations to community, political, and governmental bodies regarding chapter conservation efforts. Works with Chapter Communications staff to produce press releases and other communications to keep the Club membership and the general public informed.
* Represents the Chapter to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations.
* Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Qualifications: * BA/BS degree in Environmental Studies, Political Science or a closely related field.
* Knowledge of coastal environmental issues and challenges
* 1-2 years of experience in the environmental field that includes research and organizing campaigns, press relations and public speaking.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills.
* Proficient internet and social media skills
* Demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers.
Comments: The Sierra Club offers competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience plus excellent benefits that include medical, dental, and vision coverage, and a retirement savings 401(k) plan. This is a category 6 exempt position.

Sierra Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Explore, enjoy and protect the planet.
How To Apply: https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SIERRACLUB&cws=1&rid=592
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator, North Carolina Chapter
Employer: Sierra Club
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Wilmington or Morehead City, NC
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator organizes and implements one or more major conservation programs, campaigns or initiatives such as offshore energy exploration, wetlands, air /water quality, etc.

Scope: Under direction of the Chapter Director or the assigned volunteer leader, implements the Chapters approved conservation programmatic objectives. The Coastal Conservation Program Coordinator works to design and implement campaign strategies for the North Carolina coast. Creates educational and promotional materials and content for a range of different audiences. Works with Sierra Club chapters on regional campaigns on offshore energy exploration and other issues. Represents the Sierra Club to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations on the coast. Travels extensively on the coast.

Job Activities:
* Develops, coordinates and implements campaign strategies for conservation programs and projects in accordance with the chapter policy as they impact the coast
* Develops educational and campaign materials and training as needed to coalition partners and volunteer leaders on issues relating to coastal policy and the environment. This may include writing and/or editing action alerts, fact sheets, toolkits, letters to policy makers, newsletter articles, blogs, webinars and other outreach and media documents as needed.
* Supports, motivates and encourages grassroots conservation campaign activities by providing guidance and information to activists in Club structure, volunteer development and organization.
* Seeks outs and develops contacts in organizations, media, and legislative bodies to further program objectives.
* Works closely with the Chapters organizing team to plan, coordinate and implement grassroots and grasstops organizing strategies.
* Mobilizes grassroots activists to take online action on issues related to conservation issues affecting the coast.
* Makes presentations to community, political, and governmental bodies regarding chapter conservation efforts. Works with Chapter Communications staff to produce press releases and other communications to keep the Club membership and the general public informed.
* Represents the Chapter to partner organizations, the media, policy makers, and other organizations.
* Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Qualifications: * BA/BS degree in Environmental Studies, Political Science or a closely related field.
* Knowledge of coastal environmental issues and challenges
* 1-2 years of experience in the environmental field that includes research and organizing campaigns, press relations and public speaking.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills.
* Proficient internet and social media skills
* Demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers.
Comments: The Sierra Club offers competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience plus excellent benefits that include medical, dental, and vision coverage, and a retirement savings 401(k) plan. This is a category 6 exempt position.

Sierra Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Explore, enjoy and protect the planet.
How To Apply: https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SIERRACLUB&cws=1&rid=592
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Executive Director (FY16-03-VAED)
Employer: Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: Cbf_employment@cbf.org
Job Location: Richmond, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Virginia Office Executive Director serves as the primary environmental advocate for CBF in Virginia. Key responsibilities include: policy development and advocacy, contact for legislature, business community, conservation organizations, etc. Manages staff in Richmond and Norfolk offices and oversees all policy and advocacy efforts in the state; works cooperatively with development and communications efforts.

Essential functions include:

1. Provide leadership and direction for VA office.

a. Set goals and objectives, determine office priorities, make policy decisions, and direct strategic planning.

b. Represent state office on CBFs organization-wide committees.

c. Coordinate activities of state office with other state offices and CBF headquarters.

d. Develop and oversee state office budget and grant funds.



2 Lead CBFs environmental policy and advocacy agenda in the state.

a. Lobby and negotiate with high-ranking government officials, legislators, and business and community leaders.

b. Represent CBF on VA boards and commissions.

c. Represent CBF to the media and general public.

d. Write testimony, speeches, and editorials; oversees drafting of regulatory or legislative language.

e. Initiate/negotiate partnerships with other organizations.

f. Participate in CBF campaigns

g. Assist with fundraising and donor visits.



3 Supervise multi-disciplinary professional, technical, and clerical staff at state office and field offices.

a. Assign and delegate work responsibilities.

b. Establish intra-office supervisory relationships and team coordination.

c. Review, evaluate, and edit work of staff.

d. Evaluate performance of staff, including recommendations for raises/promotions.

e. Recruit, interview, and hire staff.
Qualifications: At least seven to ten years of experience in management, budgeting, leadership, public policy, fundraising, public speaking, advocacy skills. Must be familiar with CBF, Virginia environmental laws and regulations. Familiarity with Virginia General Assembly and state and local government preferred. Graduate-level degree in environmental policy, science, or law.
Comments: To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary history and requirements no later than August 14, 2015 to:

Human Resources/FY16-03-VAED

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Cbf_employment@cbf.org

CBF offers a comprehensive benefits package to include: 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, health, vision, dental, life insurance, and a tax deferred annuity plan. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary history and requirements no later than August 14, 2015 to: Human Resources/FY16-03-VAED Chesapeake Bay Foundation Cbf_employment@cbf.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/14/2015

Position Title: Project Associate
Employer: Greenbelt
Address:
Contact Person: Christopher LaPointe
Phone Number:
Job Location: Essex, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range: Competitive. Salary will be based on qualifications and will include benefits.
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Job Description: Greenbelt seeks a full time (40 hrs/week) land conservation project associate to support our land conservation program. The individual will:

Work closely with Greenbelts Director and Assistant Director of Land Conservation, and Conservation Planner and GIS Manager on project research tasks, landowner cultivation and follow up, coordinating acquisition due diligence (including title exams, surveys, environmental reports, and appraisals), drafting and submitting state conservation land tax credit applications and the like, grant-writing, and CR baseline documentation reports;

Take primary responsibility for the execution of Greenbelts Community Preservation Act-required Conservation Restrictions by working with our municipal partners on drafting, negotiation, approval and recording of those documents;

Represent Greenbelt at evening and weekend events, meetings and other forums;

The Project Associate will also have extensive interaction with Greenbelts Land Stewardship staff and GIS Manager, as well as development and administrative staff.
Qualifications: Required Qualifications:

BA/BS or higher in a relevant field (law, conservation, environmental studies, planning or natural resources, or realtor training);

3-4 years experience in land conservation or related field (volunteer experience considered), real estate/planning/legal experience a plus;

Strong technological skills (MS Office, GIS required, File Maker Pro desirable);

Ability to work as part of a team as well as independently to accomplish required tasks and achieve objectives;

Strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people;

Excellent organizational, project management and written and verbal communication skills.



Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge or experience related to documents pertaining to real estate transactions, such as deeds, title reports, purchase contracts, appraisals, surveys, etc.

Willingness to represent Greenbelt at events; interact with a wide variety of people; and promote the mission and work of the organization.

Possess and maintain a valid MA drivers license and willingness to use a personal vehicle for work-related travel (with mileage reimbursement).

Knowledge or experience related to conservation land management and stewardship, such as: drafting land management plans; producing baseline documentation;

Ability to read and understand maps, use a compass, and orient oneself and be comfortable traveling on foot in forested conditions and on large rural properties.
Comments: Additional Information: This position is to be located at Greenbelts headquarters at the Cox Reservation in Essex, MA. Greenbelt is an equal opportunity employer.

How To Apply: Please submit resume and cover letter electronically (pdf format preferred) to Christopher LaPointe at chris@ecga.org by August 7, 2015.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/7/2015

Position Title: Development Associate, Administration and Research
Employer: American Rivers
Address: 1101 14th St. NW, Suite 1400
Washington, DC, 20005
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Washington, DC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: As a member of the Advancement team, the Development Associate is responsible for both 1) prospect research i.e., overall coordination and production of information and moves management on individual prospects and donors for cultivation and solicitation purposes; and 2) high level administrative and substantive duties to support the fundraising activities for the Advancement staff.

This position will work closely with membership, foundation and corporate giving, major giving, and planned giving staff, and reports to the Senior Vice President, Advancement.

Major Responsibilities
* Prospect Research (60%)
* Administrative (30%)
* Other (10%)
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
* Bachelor's degree, plus a minimum of three to five years in nonprofit fundraising. Ideally, work related experience will have been gained in conservation/environmental organization with emphasis on fundraising in an advancement or development office.
* Superior written and verbal communication skills.
* Excellent analytical skills and the ability to locate and interpret financial and biographical information from a variety of sources.
* Must be able to write concise research documents with attention to accuracy and detail.
* Proven ability to manage multiple projects effectively and efficiently, prioritize competing tasks and meet deadlines.
* High energy level, flexible, self-motivated, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
* Ability to work effectively with a range of personalities and working styles, and with people at all levels of the organization -- in different offices and time zones -- including staff, board, foundation officers, and donors in person and remotely.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
* Personal commitment to the American Rivers mission.
Comments: Salary is commensurate with experience. Full-time and full-time equivalent employee benefits include health, dental and life insurance, a retirement plan, and generous leave time.

Applications will be considered immediately. Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter (including salary history) to: American Rivers, Attn: Development Associate Position, 1101 14th Street, NW, Suite 1400, Washington, DC 20005; or jobs@americanrivers.org with "Development Associate Position" in the subject line. No phone calls please.

American Rivers is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply: http://www.idealist.org/view/job/ZXFwMskZSDw4/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Water Resources Program Manager
Employer: City of Portland, OR
Address: Portland Building
1120 SW 5th Ave.
Portland, OR
Contact Person: Allan Messer, Sr. HR Analyst
Phone Number: allan.messer@portlandoregon.gov, 503-823-6821
Job Location: Portland, OR
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $6,066.00 - $8,115.00 Monthly
Benefits:
Job Description: The Bureau of Environmental Services MS4/TMDL Program Manager position is located in the Stormwater Section of the Environmental Compliance Division, Pollution Prevention Services Group. Under the general direction of the section manager this position leads the citywide National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Storm Sewer System (MS4) Discharge permit and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) compliance programs. This position performs advanced and complex regulatory analysis and project and program management.

This position leads, plans, and coordinates citywide program implementation and ensures MS4 permit and TMDL requirements are met. Responsibilities include:
* Evaluating and interpreting NDPES MS4 permit conditions, TMDL requirements, and applicability of new regulations that may affect citywide resources needed for compliance.
* Managing the development of MS4 permit and TMDL required reports and documents.
* Developing recommendations for the section manager regarding what information, data, and level of detail to include in permit and regulatory required submittals to state and federal agencies (Department of Environmental Quality and Environmental Protection Agency).
* Analyzing, planning, developing, integrating, and negotiating technical policies, strategies, code and administrative rules for citywide compliance, and providing recommendations to the section manager.

This position will work regularly with and assist the section manager by participating in MS4 permit negotiations; responding to inquiries from state and federal regulators; responding to compliance audits and information requests; identifying and managing regulatory required tasks; and serves as lead worker directing staff throughout BES and other bureaus to carry out specific deliverables and meet associated timeframes for completion.

The position requires substantial judgment on addressing complex issues and ability to maintain effective working relationships with a broad range of stakeholders. The MS4/TMDL Program Manager is expected to carry out the positions responsibilities with initiative and independence while exercising sound professional judgment.

This is a non-represented position that may at times require working extended hours to meet permit requirements and timeframes.
Qualifications: The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:
1. Knowledge of state and federal laws, advanced principles, theories, and methods of water resources management and environmental protection and how they relate to NDPES MS4 permits and TMDL implementation.
2. Ability to lead, plan, coordinate, and implement complex citywide regulatory programs with initiative, independence and creativity while exercising sound professional judgment.
3. Ability to assess complex issues, synthesize information from multiple sources, analyze issues and problems, evaluate alternatives, and recommend policies, strategies, or effective course of action with attention to detail and thoroughness.
4. Ability to evaluate and identify permit and regulatory conditions and manage the development of complex technical reports, studies, and documents within regulatory timeframes.
5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to present technical data, regulatory information, and program policies clearly, logically, and persuasively to a variety of internal and external audiences.
Comments: An evaluation of each applicants training and experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the examination results to let us know if you disagree with your results. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection.

Application Instructions
Applicants must submit a cover letter and professional resume online, specifically focused on your qualifications for this position as identified in the To Qualify section of this announcement in accordance with the following Application Instructions:

Your rsum and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification.

Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the To Qualify section of this announcement.
Your rsum should support the details described in the cover letter.
If you are requesting Veterans Preference, as identified below, please describe in your cover letter any transferrable skills obtained during your military service and how they relate to each of the required minimum qualifications under the To Qualify section above.
Your rsum and cover letter should be no more than a total of four (4) pages combined.

All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than 4:30 pm, on the closing date of this recruitment. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted.

If you are requesting Veterans Preference, attach a copy of your DD214 / DD215 and / or Veterans Administration Letter stating your disability to your profile, as well as checking the box identifying yourself as a Veteran. You must request Veterans Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for.

Veterans Preference documentation must be submitted no later than 4:30 PM on the closing date of this recruitment.

Non-citizen applicants must be authorized to work in the United States at time of application.

It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. If you wish to identify yourself as an individual with a disability under the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and will be requesting accommodation, the requests must be made to the Analyst(s) named below No Later Than the Closing Date of This Announcement.

How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/portlandor/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1179811&hit_count=yes&headerFooter=1&promo=0&transfer=0&WDDXJobSearchParams=%3CwddxPacket%20version%3D%271.0%27%3E%3Cheader/%3E%3Cdata%3E%3Cstruct%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27CATEGORYID
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/22/2015

Position Title: Sustainable Water Markets Fellowship Program Manager (Academic Coordinator II)
Employer: University of California
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Santa Barbara, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Water markets are gaining traction as a valuable tool for maintaining stream flows and promoting efficient water use in agricultural and urban settings. The Sustainable Water Markets (SWM) Fellowship program supports graduate students at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management who study both market mechanisms that can enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of water exchange and help keep water in rivers, as well as the science that informs the structure and operation of water markets. The Bren School seeks an individual to serve as the SWM Fellowship Program Manager.

The SWM Fellowship Program Manager:
Administers the SWM Fellowship program;
Develops and distributes outreach materials and updates web content to raise the profile of the SWM program;
Actively engages in communication with prospective SWM Fellows, manages the fellowship applications, and coordinates the selection process, and recruits new SWM Fellows;
Advises current SWM Fellows on courses, projects, fellowship opportunities, and related matters;
Works with the Bren School faculty and administration to plan specialized SWM curriculum;
Plans and manages SWM program events and field trips;
Coordinates with Career Development staff to assist fellows with finding summer internships and job opportunities following graduation;
Assists with cultivation of partnerships and collaboration with the environmental water markets community, water policy makers, and restoration groups;
Writes program reports and funding proposals
Manages and tracks SWM program budget

The SWM Fellowship Program Manager reports to the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications
Bachelors degree
Friendly and approachable demeanor with high energy
Excellent organization skills and oral and written communication skills.
Efficient and detail oriented
Ability to manage a diverse portfolio of responsibilities simultaneously
Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
Experience building and maintaining professional relationships
Committed to excellent customer service
Ability to effectively and efficiently use software for word processing, data management and analysis, and visual presentation
Ability to plan and host events
Experience with budgeting and tracking expenses
Experience with data collection, analysis, synthesis and interpretation; ability to generate professional reports

Preferred Qualifications
Masters or PhD degree in one of the following or a related field: environmental science & management, water resources management, water policy/economics
1-3 years of experience in project management in water resources management or a related field and/or in recruiting and working with or advising students and/or outreach and marketing
Experience with web and/or graphic design and social media
Experience with university curriculum development and administration
Experience with grant writing.
Comments: alary and Benefits: 100% time appointment for one year from start date, with strong possibility for additional year(s) of employment contingent upon performance. Academic Coordinator II position, with salary step commensurate with qualifications; full benefits package included.

Your application materials should include a CV, a list of up to three references with name and phone number and a cover letter. Primary consideration will be given to applications received by August 5, 2015.

The Department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual.

Documents
1. Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V. or Resume
2. Cover Letter
3. Misc / Additional (Optional)
4. References - 3 references required (contact information only)

How to apply
1. Create an ApplicantID
2. Provide required information and documents
3. If any, provide required reference information
How To Apply: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF00497
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/5/2015

Position Title: Planner
Employer: Cascade County Public Works Department
Address: 121 4th St N, Suite H,I
Great Falls, MT 59401
Contact Person: Monica Reed (Human Resources)
Phone Number: 406-454-6739
Job Location: Great Falls, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm
Pay Range: $45K - $47K
Benefits: Contact HR at 406-454-6739
Job Description: The Planner performs routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in planning programs for the county related to the development and implementation of land use, flood plain, zoning, subdivision, and related plans and policies; people skills are a must as the planner spends a lot of time with customers, other agencies and departments to include the City County Health Department, Clerk and Recorders Office, Cascade County Commissioners, Planning Board members and the Zoning Board of Adjustment; performs complex and professional work in land use development and planning; providing and implementing zoning, subdivision laws, floodplain enforcement, as well as all permit processes involving division activities; process all firework applications, foster and manage CTEP projects; works closely with the Zoning Board of Transportation, Planning Board, and the County Commissioners; good communication skills essential; the nature of the work performed requires employees to establish and maintain close cooperative working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, Public Works Director, Finance Director, Human Resources Director, Health Department, supervisors, department employees and the general public; performs other related duties as assigned. Supervision is exercised over the work of all employees in Planning Division.
Qualifications: The essential job duties and responsibilities, knowledge, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience. At a minimum all applicants must have a Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Physical Science, Political Science, Geography or related field and two (2) years experience in planning, zoning, sub-divisions, or flood plain permitting and procedures or a combination of education, experience and training equal to six (6) years experience in planning, zoning, sub-divisions, or flood plain permitting and procedures. Applicant must possess a valid Montana Driver's License issued by the State of Montana or be able to obtain one within 30 days from date of hire.
Comments: Plan, organize, assign and review the work to meet departmental goals and community needs; maintain effective communication with all levels of management and the public; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; prepare documents, reports and statistics; communicate well with others both orally and in writing; identify analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records and occasional work outside normal hours as assigned.

Knowledge and understanding of: Zoning and subdivision laws; principles of land use planning and development; comprehensive plans including their formation, process of adoption, and implementation; planning programs and processes; basic statistics and mathematical calculations; English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation; current safety practices and inspection practices and inspection methods and practices; automated computer systems, basic computer use and data entry; basic knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS) and the use of geographical positioning systems (GPS) not required but useful.

Ability to: Plan and organize comprehensive programs within Planning Division; plan, organize, and prioritize the workload presented as a professional; perform a wide variety of work and some limited public relations tasks with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines; establish effective working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, other county departments, employees, Federal and State agencies, private agencies, and the general public; communicate well with others in both technical and non-technical terms, as well orally and in writing; prepare accurate and reliable reports containing findings, recommendations, and technical documentation; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; use logical and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral instructions; quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by rapidly changing information and/or technology; drive to meetings within the state of Montana usually to attend conferences a couple times a year; meet challenges with resourcefulness through original thinking and creativity; identify, analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records; employ and enforce safety practices and procedures; occasionally work outside normal hours as assigned.
How To Apply: Applications available at Cascade County Human Resources Department (406-454-6739) or MT Job Service. All application materials must be turned in to the Cascade County Human Resources Department and date stamped by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/21/2015

Position Title: Professional Engineer - Floodplain Management - Job ID # 2012
Employer: City of Fort Worth, TX
Address:
Contact Person: Clair Davis, P.E., CFM, Floodplain Administrator
Phone Number:
Job Location: Fort Worth City Hall, Downtown Fort Worth
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $62,129 - $80,766
Benefits: See Web Site For Full Details
Job Description: The Transportation & Public Works Stormwater Management Division is seeking to hire a Professional Engineer to assist with all aspects of the Floodplain Management Program in the City of Fort Worth's Stormwater Management Division. The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of hydraulic and hydrologic engineering principles and practices, as well as National Flood Insurance Program regulations. Must be proficient with industry-standard hydrologic and hydraulic modeling software packages. Proficiency with 2D hydrologic & hydraulic models is a plus. Primary duties include technical review of flood studies, CLOMR and LOMR reports prepared for capital improvement and private development projects. Also must work effectively with the general public, engineers, developers, and other City departments to assist with Floodplain Development Permits while meeting review timeline service standards. This position will also assist in the development and improvement of the City's Community Rating System ranking, and will assist with floodplain mapping, hazard identification, and outreach capabilities through FEMA's Cooperating Technical Partner program.
Qualifications: Bachelors Degree or higher from an accredited college or university with major course work in Civil Engineering or a related field PLUS four (4) years of increasingly responsible civil engineering experience, as a registered professional engineer. Water resources engineering and floodplain management experience required. Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills required. Strong interpersonal skills, supervisory/management skills and excellent communications skills required.

Must possess registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas; If licensed in another state, continued employment will be contingent upon obtaining registration as a Professional Engineer, within the State of Texas.
Comments: Posting Closes August 7, 2015

Position ID# 2012

Link to CFW HR Web Portal:
https://careers.fortworthtexas.gov/psc/hcmprd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=2012&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1
How To Apply: Must apply online at City of Fort Worth HR Web Portal
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/21/2015

Position Title: Principal Water Resources Planner
Employer: Castaic Lake Water Agency
Address: Castaic Lake Water Agency
27234 Bouquet Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Santa Clarita, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $9,877.00 - $12,006.00 Monthly
Benefits:
Job Description: * Principles, theories, procedures, practices, information sources, and trends in the field of water resources, environmental planning, and natural resource management and conservation.
* Data compilation and water demand forecasting.
* Water codes, regional water, water rights and supply issues.
* Environmental laws, and regulations related to
CEQA and NEPA.

Depending on assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Assist the Water Resources Manager with the
planning, organizing and supervision of the Water Resources Department.
* Provide day-to-day leadership and works with
others in ways that enhances a high-performance work environment and achieves the goals of the Water Resources Department.
* Act as Project Manager on assigned water re-
sources projects.
* Manage water resources and environmental
compliance studies.
* Protect and promote the Agencys interest in its imported water supplies and contracts.
* Participate in the development of the Urban
Water Management Plan.
* Participate in the Integrated Water Resources
Management Plan program.
* Monitor current and long-range water supply
demand and resources.
* Perform and lead technical evaluations pertaining to the planning and implementation of water banking projects, water transfers and water exchanges.
* Research grant opportunities; oversee preparation of grant proposals for new and existing capital projects; and administer, track, monitor and report on grants awarded to the Agency.
* Oversee the development of energy resource
management opportunities and projects.
* In coordination with the retail purveyors, respond to SB 610 Water Supply Assessments
and SB 221 Water Supply Verifications.
* Prepare requests for proposals and evaluate
proposed scopes of work, teams, schedules
and budgets submitted by qualified companies
to provide technical services in the planning,
environmental review, design and construction
of water banking and other water resources
projects.
Qualifications: KNOWLEDGE
* Principles, theories, procedures, practices, information sources, and trends in the field of water resources, environmental planning, and natural resource management and conservation.
* Data compilation and water demand forecasting.
* Water codes, regional water, water rights and supply issues.
* Environmental laws, and regulations related to
CEQA and NEPA
Comments:
How To Apply: http://clwa.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Recruitment-Brochure-Principal-Water-Resources-Planner-CLWA.pdf
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/16/2015

Position Title: Civil Engineer
Employer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Tacoma, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: KPFF's Special Projects Division, located in the Old Town neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington is part of a dynamic 60+ person group that provides project management, planning, civil & structural engineering, machinery design and project management. We provide these services on a wide range of project types through all stages of development.

Typical project types include:
* Railway Infrastructure
* Stormwater Management
* Ports
* Industrial Developments
* Fisheries Engineering
* Cruise Terminals
* Small Boat Harbors
* Marinas
Qualifications: * Minimum of 3 years of civil design experience
* Experience in design of civil infrastructure on waterfront and industrial sites and/or major transportation infrastructure desirable.
* PE License preferred
* BS in Civil Engineering
* Working knowledge of Western Washington Storm Water Design Criteria
* Ability to work in team environment
* Willingness to work on variety of projects
* AutoCAD and Civil 3D proficiency
* Ability to work dynamically with clients and project team members

Travel Required: up to 10%
Comments: KPFF Consulting Engineers is an engineering firm with over 800 employees nationwide, headquartered in Seattle, Washington. We offer:

* Benefits
* Competitive salaries
* Performance based bonuses
* Flexible working hours
* Great work environment

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter and resume through the attached link below

Resumes sent elsewhere will not be considered.

KPFF Consulting Engineers is committed to recruiting and employing qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, veteran or disability status or any factor prohibited by law.
How To Apply: http://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=KPFF_2&cws=63&rid=282
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/16/2015

Position Title: Water Resources Engineer
Employer: Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Bert Wycoff
Phone Number:
Job Location: Flexible work location
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Dependent upon experience
Benefits: Bridge & Stream Engineering offers excellent benefits that include paid vacation leave, flex-time, medical/dental insurance, paid overtime, and a bonus program. Our firm offers an ideal work environment with opportunities for employees to be rewarded for
Job Description: The job duties for this position would involve: 1) the hydrologic analysis of many diverse flood, climatic, and meteorological conditions across the central and western United States, 2) open channel hydraulic analysis using steady and unsteady modeling, 3) the hydraulic design of drainage structures, 4) preparation of design plans and drainage reports, and 5) coordination with regulatory agencies for permitting. This position would be full-time, would require some short-term traveling for outdoor field work.
Qualifications: Candidates should have a minimum of 3 years professional experience in hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and be proficient in the use of: a) HEC engineering software (specifically HEC-RAS, HEC-1, and HEC-HMS), b) various hydrologic methods, and c) Microsoft Office software. Experience with ArcGIS, GeoRAS, and MicroStation is preferred. The preferred candidate will have obtained their PE license and have a MS in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis in water resources.
Comments:
How To Apply: email resume to bwycoff@bridgeandstream.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/31/2015

Position Title: Land Protection Specialist
Employer: Mass Audubon Land Protection
Address:
Contact Person: Elaine Kile
Phone Number: ekile@massaudubon.org
Job Location: Lincoln, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Works under the supervision of the Director of Land Protection, and with other Mass Audubon Land Protection department staff, to identify, evaluate and implement land protection projects consistent with Mass Audubon land protection policy and procedures.

Responsibilities
Negotiate with private landowners, public agencies, businesses, and other organizations concerning land acquisitions, transfers and sales.

Provide technical assistance to private landowners and conservation partners regarding conservation options and techniques.

Assist with development of baseline information, monitoring and record keeping relative to Conservation Restrictions (CRs) held by Mass Audubon.

Provide advice and assistance to Mass Audubon staff, Board, volunteers and sanctuary committees on land protection issues.

Evaluate land protection proposals to ensure consistency with Mass Audubon policies and objectives.

Assist with duties relative to system for tracking existing Mass Audubon land holdings and conservation restrictions.

Promote the financial and legal advantages of land conservation with donors and sellers, promote gifts and bargain sales of land.

Ensure the timely and accurate completion of tasks required to acquire and dispose of land or interests in land, including the preparation of administrative, financial and legal documents.

Prepare written reports, proposals and plans as required.

Attend department meetings and serve on committees as requested by Director.

Provide training for Mass Audubon staff on land protection issues.

Fundraising:
Seek out and promote gifts and grants to support Mass Audubon land protection efforts.

Budget Development and Management:
Assist in the preparation and implementation of an operating budget for land protection, and make recommendations on capital budget allocations for land.

Community Relations:
Respond to public and media inquiries on land issues. Assist in the preparation of public relations material.

Property:
Help assess the maintenance and security aspects of proposed land and building acquisitions and present recommendations to Director. Conduct initial Environmental Site Assessments on properties.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree or equivalent in natural resource management, land use planning, business, biological sciences or related field.

Three years experience in land conservation/planning, real estate, or business in a related natural resource field.

Excellent writing and speaking skills.

Solid skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook).

Valid drivers license, and willingness to travel frequently and extensively throughout the state,

Ability to traverse a variety of terrain (hilly, wooded, rocky, marshy) on foot.

Must pass a background records check (CORI, SORI and driver's)
Comments: Please email your cover letter and resume to:

Elaine Kile
ekile@massaudubon.org
Job# 2616
How To Apply: http://www.massaudubon.org/jobs
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/13/2015

Position Title: Senior Project Manager
Employer: Haley & Aldrich
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Oakland, San Jose, or Walnut Creek CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Energy & Infrastructure group at Haley & Aldrich is growing and we are currently seeking a Senior Project Manager that will work in the utility sector on challenging remediation, environmental compliance, and contaminated site closure projects. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing group and company. This position can be located in one of our San Francisco Bay Area offices (Oakland, San Jose, or Walnut Creek).

Work collaboratively with a passionate team supporting a large utility client with multiple challenging projects.

Manage all aspects of site investigation and remedial projects to address client goals and objectives.

Manage and implement site investigation work plans to delineate the extent of contamination in soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and soil gas.

Manage and develop remedial alternative analysis assessments and remedial action work plans.

Manage the implementation of pilot tests, design-phase documents, permitting, and remedial construction.

Prepare proposals, project report/deliverables, and regulatory compliance submissions.

Maintain authorized contracts, prepare Project Management Plans (PMPs), and manage contract changes in accordance with Quality Management Standards (QMS).

Execute projects to meet technical, quality, budgetary and scheduling requirements.

Build and maintain trusted client relationships.

Coordinate staff/resource assignments.

Coordinate with regulators, client representatives, and external stakeholders.
Qualifications: B.S. in civil or environmental engineering, geology/hydrogeology, environmental science, or similar discipline. M.S. or MBA preferred.

10+ years of professional services consulting experience. 5-10 years of experience in a Project Management role, responsible for regulatory compliance and remediation activities, preferred.

CA Professional registration or certification (PE, PG, CHG, etc.) strongly preferred.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be proficient at writing, review, and editing technical reports to meet scope and quality objectives and client expectations.

Strong computer literacy skills including proficiency in industry standard software.

Strong organization skills and exceptional attention to detail is expected.

Advanced knowledge of the CA regulatory climate & guidelines, and proven negotiation skills with state and local regulators.

Experience with earthwork and site/civil aspects of remedial projects a plus.

Positive attitude, strong work ethic, flexibility and willingness to see projects through to completion is a must.
Comments: About Haley & Aldrich Haley & Aldrich is a 600-person national engineering and environmental consulting firm with creative, technically strong staff who work collaboratively to deliver exceptional value to our clients. We look for professionals with a passion for solving even the most complex client problems. This problem solving ability and opportunity to be a change agent is a vital part of our culture, no matter what level or role a staff member holds.

How To Apply: https://re22.ultipro.com/BRE1001/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*28040CB37DEE9A73
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/13/2015

Position Title: Sr. Conservation Specialist
Employer: Clayton Vounty Water Authority
Address: 1600 Battle Creek Rd.
Morrow, GA 30260
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: humanresources@ccwa.us
Job Location: Morrow, GA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Oversees, plans, participates and coordinates the overall operation of the Newman Wetlands Center as a public environmental education facility. Designs and performs Environmental Education programs for school grades K-12 and adult groups. Prepares and presents programs and interacts with daily visitors. Interacts knowledgeably with the public about nature, education, rules, etc. Develops and maintains strong working relationships with local relevant agencies and organizations. Designs and supervises development of new exhibits, resource materials and brochures. Plans and coordinates special events at the facility. Maintains databases for visitors, activities, research and scheduling. Maintains records of income and expenditures, purchasing and inventories of sales merchandise and supplies, equipment, etc. Oversees and/or performs safety inspections and measures on the site. Alerts visitors of current hazards and takes measures to isolate problem areas or remove dangerous species. Responsible for light maintenance work of the buildings, gardens and trail.

Clayton County Water Authority is an independent company providing water and wastewater services to Clayton County, Georgia. We provide an excellent working atmosphere, training, resources and support.
Qualifications: Requirements include a bachelors degree in the natural sciences or environmental/conservation education and experience in environmental education. Preferred training in environmental education areas include Project W.E.T., WOW! Wonders of Wetlands, Project WILD, Adopt-A-Stream and Master Gardeners. Must have good communication skills both oral and written, strong computer skills and strong organizational skills.
Comments: Send resume to Clayton County Water Authority, 1600 Battle Creek Rd., Morrow, GA 30260 or fax to 770-960-5243, or e-mail to humanresources@ccwa.us Attn: Human Resources.

E.O.E.
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Application Deadline: 8/13/2015

Position Title: Watershed Initiative Coordinator
Employer: University of Minnesota
Address:
Contact Person: Richard Warner, GLBW Director
Phone Number: rhwarner@umn.edu
Job Location: St. Paul, MN
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: This position is a 100% time, annual renewa ble academic administrative professional appointment. The position is funded for 12 m onths with continuation dependent on funding, performance and results.
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Watershed Initiative Coordinator will support the Green Lands Blue Waters (GLBW) Watershed Initiative (WIN) and other GLBW projects. WIN is a collaboration among watershed- based programs and supporting organizations in the Upper Midwest that work to increase the rate and area of Continuous Living Cover (CLC) farming in specific watersheds to achieve environmental, economic, and social objectives. The Coordinator will provide administrative and technical support and leadership necessary for WIN participants to achieve collective impacts. S/he will coordinate work on WIN sha ed metrics; assist with developing the Kernza (Intermediate Wheatgrass) value chain from farm gate to local food networks; and help to organize and host conferences and meetings. The Coordinator will write content for Web pages and other outreach materials and assist with writ ing grants. Travel in th e Midwest and nationally will be required. More information about GLBW can be found at www.greenlandsbluewaters.org.

Essential functions:
1. Provide administrative and technical support to the GLBW Watershed Initiative. The Coordinator will work closely with the WI N leadership and participants to help implement the WIN work plan. S/he will organize and provide administrative support to WIN monthly video conferences, in-person meetings, and WIN sessions at GLBW conferences; document WIN metrics, aggregate supporting data, and provide analysis of WIN collective progress and results; support implementation of a shared WIN narrative by writing case studies and web content; and assist WIN participants to increase funding for collective work.
2. Strengthen linkages between WIN participants and Midwest groups that are working on CLC cropping systems (perennial forage, biomass, and grains; agroforestry; and winter annual cover crops) to increase diversification of CLC practices and related research in watershed-based programs.
3. Participate in the Midwest Kernza Working Group that includes plant breeders, agronomists, farmers, grain processors, distributors, food scientists, and end users. Write Extension documents and case studies that document Kernza production methods, processing, and business development in local food networks.\
4. Participate on a team that will analyze how government funding is used to support continuous living cover farming. S/he will prepare an analysis and report on agency funding for CLC farming in specific watersheds.
5. Other duties: Write proposals for GLBW funding and assist with writing reports to donors. Write content for the GLBW web site and other outreach materials. Prepare and make presentations at meetings and conferences. Maintain GLBW digital and manual files.
Qualifications: Preferred Requirements:
* Masters degree in agronomy, biology, ecology,
natural resource management or related
field.
* Five years of job experience supporting farming, natural resources management, rural
land use planning, watershed management, local
food systems, or related programs.
* Consideration will be given to a combination of equivalent coursework and experience.
* Knowledge and familiarity with sustainable agriculture and food systems and their
related ecology, practices, and policies in the U.S. Midwest.
* Excellent written and oral communications.
* Excellent interpersonal and consensus-building skills.
* Must be willing to work with interdisciplinary teams.
* Must be able and willing to travel in the Midwest and nationally.
Comments:
Applicants should apply on line through the University of Minnesota Human Resources website. Include a resume, cover letter and brief statement of experience and names, addresses and phone numbers and e-mail addresses of three references.
How To Apply: http://greenlandsbluewaters.net/GLBW_Watershed_Initiative_Coordinator_Job_Description_July_2_2015.pdf
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Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Land Steward
Employer: Downeast Coastal Conservancy (DCC)
Address: PO Box 760,
Machias ME 04654
Contact Person: info@DowneastCoastalConservancy.org
Phone Number: 207-255-4500
Job Location: Machias. ME
Job Duration: PartTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Downeast Coastal Conservancy (DCC) has been conserving land in coastal Washington County since 1987. Our office is in Machias, and our conserved lands are in towns from Steuben to Calais. DCC strives to maintain a very positive, friendly work environment that fosters creativity and encourages staff to pursue their interests in support of our work. The office is typically staffed from 8am to 4pm, Monday through Friday, but may be closed when field work, meetings or scheduling difficulties call us away from the office.

Any employee of a small non-profit must recognize their role in member and donor relations. The Land Steward will spend significant time working with volunteers, members, and donors, so an ability to cheerfully engage and foster a relationship with these important people contributes to the success of DCC's fundraising efforts.

The Land Steward reports directly to the Executive Director, and is the primary stewardship employee of DCC. The Land Steward assumes responsibility for the Stewardship Program, including management of existing conservation easements and preserves under the direction of the Executive Director. The Land Steward also takes a leading role in recruiting, organizing, and supervising DCC's active volunteer corps, which may include volunteers working in roles other than stewardship (for example, volunteers working in the office or tasked to a specific project).

The Land Steward works between 20 and 40 hours per week during calendar year 215, depending on the seasonal workload and other considerations. It is expected that the Land Steward will work from teh Machias office when not in the field, but there is flexibility for working from home occasionally. After 2015, the Land Steward and Executive Director will plan a work schedule that does not exceed an average of 32 hours per week for the calendar year, barring any unexpected budgetary considerations.

All staff represent DCC, both in the offce and in the field. Clean, neat attire and personal hygiene are important to project a professional and approachable image to our members, donors, and the public. In a similar way, all written and oral communications as a representative of DCC should be professional.

The Land Steward is a "non-exempt" part-time permanent employee of the Downeast Coastal Conservancy (DCC), whose work is governed by DCC's Policy 7, "Personnel." The Land Steward does not accrue paid medical or vacation leave, or receive paid holidays. Except under extraordinary circumstances, the Land Steward may not work over 40 hours per week and qualify for over-time pay. As responsibilities and proficiencies increase, there is potential for this position to grow into a full-time permanent position that is eligible for benefits.

Basic responsibilities of the Land Steward include:

Conservation Easements (50%)
* Monitor each easement annually, or ensure that a volunteer completes the monitoring
* Respond to landowner inquiries in cooperation with ED
* Document and pursue violations in cooperation with ED
* Foster healthy landowner relations
* Organize and supervise volunteer easment monitors
* File monitoring reports

Preserves (35%)
* Perform or coordinate trail and visitor area stewardship
* Recruit, organize, and supervise volunteer preserve monitors and stewardship volunteers
* Ensure annual monitoring reports are filed for each preserve
* Work with contractors on stewardship projects, mowing, plowing, etc.
* Contact public to answer questions and represent DCC

Adminstration (15%)
* File timesheets regularly
* Track mileage and expenses accurately
* Answer phones when needed
* Greet visitors to the office
* Participate in intern management and supervision as needed
* Coordinate volunteer management, time tracking, training, etc.
* Other duties as assigned
Qualifications: Required
* Knowledge and ability to operate a chainsaw and hand tools safely--certification is a plus
* Ability to hike over rough terrain carrying up to 40 pounds of gear and equipment
* Knowledge and ability to navigate off-trail using a map and compass
* Proficiency with basic Office software including Word and Excel. Ability to use PowerPoint, Publisher and Access are a plus
* Ability to communicate clearly, professionally and correctly, both in writing and orally
* Education or experience in trail maintenance
* Valid vehicle driver's license and personal vehicle with proof of insurance
* Interest and ability to recruit, organize and supervise volunteers for diverse roles within DCC
* Ability to work effectively with town and state officials to accomplish DCC's goals
* Ability to work or attend meetings outside normal business hours (nights and weekends) occasionally
* Ability to manage work time efficiently with minimal supervision

Desired
* Knowledge of and ability to do basic carpentry and construction (i.e., boardwalk or kiosk repairs)
* Familiarity with ArcGIS, Google Earth and GPS
* Experience writing and administering grants
* Science and/or educational background
* Knowledge of local geography and other conserved lands
* Valid First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certification
Comments: Send a resume and cover letter to: info@DowneastCoastalConservancy.org or Downeast Coastal Conservancy, PO Box 760, Machias ME 04654. For more information, call 207-255-4500.
How To Apply: http://environmentaljobs.com/jobs_details.php?sec=1&aid=76709
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Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Research Hydrologist (Research Associate)
Employer: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Address: USDA/ARS, Grazinglands Research Laboratory
7207 W. Cheyenne Street
El Reno, OK 73036
Contact Person: Dr. Daniel Moriasi
Phone Number: (405) 262-5291, daniel.moriasi@ars.usda.gov
Job Location: El Reno, OK
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $58,562.00 to $76,131.00 / Per Year
Benefits:
Job Description: The position is with the Grazinglands Research Laboratory, Great Plains Agroclimate and Natural Resources Research at the USDA-ARS, Plains Area in El Reno, Oklahoma. The laboratorys mission is to develop and deliver improved technologies, management strategies, and strategic and tactical planning tools which help evaluate and manage economic and environmental risks, opportunities, and tradeoffs, for integrated crop, forage, and livestock systems under variable climate, energy, and market conditions. ARS Postdoctoral Research Associates are hired to supplement a lead scientists research on agricultural problems of high national priority affecting American agriculture.

The incumbent will build, calibrate, validate, and develop hydrologic and water quality models; use global sensitivity, and uncertainty techniques to evaluate these models by determining the most sensitive parameters and their reasonable range of values; establish confidence intervals and uncertainty ranges for hydrology and water quality model outputs. The incumbent will drive to off-site research locations and travel to other locations as needed to work with collaborators.

Major Duties
* Works as a member of a Team conducting research spanning multiple disciplines that requires unconventional approaches to qualify impacts of conservation practices on water quality from field to watershed scales (e.g. >250 mi2)
* Conducts research in a series of interrelated projects linked across plot, field, and watershed scales that address impacts of agricultural practices on the environment.
* Incumbents personal research assignment is to build, evaluate, and refine the Agricultural Policy/Environmental eXtender (APEX) model and the sequentially linked remote sensing-based energy balance ER algorithms (EB_ET) Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) groundwater model to conservation and agricultural management practices on water resources.
* Conducts field and watershed scale modeling and programming.
* Uses the digital elevation model, SSURGO soils, land use and land management, and geologic datasets to build the EB_ET-SWAT-MODFLOW project.
* Calibrates and validates the sequentially linked modeling system using weather, streamflow and water table elevations data from existing pumping wells.
* Evaluates, manages and maintains software, hardware, and other computer accessory requirements to support research objectives.
* Participate in hydrological studies in the field.
Qualifications: This position requires a Ph.D in Hydrology, Agricultural Engineering or a closely related field of study that has equipped the applicant with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Applicants must meet basic Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standard's requirements of the scientific discipline necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.

This position has a positive education requirement. You must submit a copy of your academic transcripts OR a list of college courses with credit hours, dates completed, and grades received to verify education when applying for this position. If this information is not provided, your education may not be appropriately evaluated and you may lose consideration for this position. If you are selected for this position, you will have to provide an official copy of your transcripts prior to entering on duty. Application materials will not be returned.

TRAVEL REQUIRED
* Occasional Travel
* Travel of 1 week per month to the field with some overnight stay

RELOCATION AUTHORIZED: Yes, Relocation expenses may be authorized

KEY REQUIREMENTS
* A Ph.D. is required
* Appropriations Law and Immigration Law requirements must be met
* Pre-employment fingerprint check with successful adjudication is required

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND FINGERPRINT CHECK: Selection and retention in this position is contingent on a successfully adjudicated FBI National Criminal History Check (fingerprint check) and a background investigation.
Comments: If sending your application as an attachment to an email, do not send zipped files. They will be removed in accordance with standard electronic security procedures.

If application packages do not contain all of the requested information, you may lose consideration for the job. To help you ensure your application fully outlines your qualifications and eligibility for this position, please submit the following documentation as appropriate. Some of the items listed may not apply to you. NOTE: Applications received in postage paid government envelopes will not be considered.

APPLICATION PACKAGE CHECKLIST

__ Resume, Curriculum Vitae, or other document outlining your qualifications

The following information is required of all applicants:
__ Announcement number, title, and grade(s) of the position

__ Full name, mailing address (including zip code) and day and evening phone numbers (with area code)

__ Indicate country of citizenship __Copy of DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (Only if claiming veterans preference. Visit the following web site for additional information: http://www.opm.gov/employ/veterans/html/vetguide.asp)

__SF-15 (Application for 10-point Veterans Preference) plus the supporting documentation required by this form (if claiming 10-point veteran's preference). Visit http://www.opm.gov/forms/html/sf.asp to obtain the form.



As an Applicant for a Postdoctoral Research Associate Position, you must also submit the following:

__ A one-page abstract of Ph.D. dissertation

__ A resume of any honors or awards received; memberships in professional or honor societies; invitations to make presentations at scientific/technical meetings; scientific society office and committee assignments; presentations (other than invitations); and publications.

__ A list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of persons familiar with your stature, contributions, and recognition.

If this is your first time applying for a federal job, or if you wish to view more detailed information about various aspects of applying for federal jobs, go to http://www.usajobs.gov/ResourceCenter.

How To Apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/396681200
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Application Deadline: 3/3/2016

Position Title: Western Colorado Water Project Manager
Employer: The Nature Conservancy
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Southwestern Colorado
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Western Colorado Water Project Manager coordinates and implements projects with agricultural partners, federal, state and local governments as wells as other conservation organizations to help optimize the use of water in western and southwestern Colorado. In addition, s/he provides leadership for the benefit of the Conservancys Colorado Chapter and Colorado River Program by developing, managing and advancing water conservation programs on the western slope in Colorado. S/he engages in and fosters policies and project work that support water transactions to benefit environmental values while also supporting agriculture and other traditional uses. S/he addresses critical threats to natural river systems and individual species by employing a full range of conservation strategies to secure public and private support for The Nature Conservancys conservation priorities.

The Western Colorado Water Project Manager effectively communicates southwest Colorados community interest and support for freshwater conservation and assist in the acquisition and coordination of public and private funds to meet program needs.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
As the State of Colorado completes its Colorado Water Plan there is renewed interest and support for implementing water projects that benefit agriculture, cities and towns, recreation and nature. The Western Colorado Project Director will need to be adept in working with a multitude of constituencies to develop and implement water projects that serve many purposes and advance the Conservancys overall goal of optimizing Colorados use of water for nature and people. S/he will be focused mainly on rivers in southwestern Colorado and will need to:
* Plan and implement work on infrastructure improvements and other water transaction projects.
* Cultivate partnerships with irrigators, producers, and other partners to implement water conservation projects.
* Network with diverse groups including land owners, conservation partners, government officials, donors, board members, and the general public to recruit support for the Conservancys conservation programs.
* Effectively communicate with staff and partners on conservation projects to assist workflow throughout the organization.
* Compile and synthesize municipal, agricultural and ecological data to inform project implementation and planning.
* Assist the Dolores River Restoration Partnership in meeting its goals.
* Develop and coordinate multiple projects with several variables, setting realistic deadlines and managing timeframes.
* Work within/managing a budget to complete projects, negotiating and contracting with vendors, assisting with budget development and meeting fundraising targets.
* Perform tasks with minimal supervision and possibly in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain and under physically demanding circumstances.
Qualifications: * BA/BS, law or business degree and 5 years experience in natural resource management or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Experience managing multiple projects and timelines.
* Experience in developing partnerships (e.g. partners, community, government).
* Experience using common software applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, web browsers, etc.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
* Graduate degree in natural resources management, water policy, science, law, or other related field.
* Experience working on Western water issues, agricultural-water issues, and water or land transactions.
* Experience negotiating complex agreements.
* Knowledge of current trends and strategies in river conservation, flow science and flow need quantification, water transactions and western water law.
* Knowledge of water policies and law affecting water transactions and administration in the Colorado River Basin.
* Knowledge of GIS, and experience with databases and data management
* Politically savvy and experienced in partnership development (partners, community, government).
* Knowledge of river ecosystems and water management practices.
* Ability to make sound decisions on legal, financial conservation and reporting issues.
* Excellent communication skills.

This position requires a valid driver's license and compliance with the Conservancy's Auto Safety Program. Employees may not drive Conservancy-owned/leased vehicles, rental cars, or personal vehicles on behalf of the Conservancy if considered "high risk drivers." Please see further details in the Auto Safety Program document available at www.nature.org/careers.

Employment in this position will be contingent upon completion of a Vehicle Use Agreement, which may include a review of the prospective employee's motor vehicle record.
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The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of men and women of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and culture. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.

The successful applicant must meet the requirements of The Nature Conservancys background screening process.
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Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: GIS Specialist, Global Water
Employer: The Nature Conservancy
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Arlington, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The GIS Specialist, Global Water conducts and coordinates freshwater (river & watershed) GIS analyses at multiple scales from project basins to regions to global, and contributes to spatial and relational database programs and provides technical expertise to Conservancy staff working on global water challenges and solutions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The GIS Specialist, Global Water conducts and coordinates the GIS and/or other spatial and relational database activities between internal and external sources, through file sharing and/or Internet-based Map Services. S/he develops innovative mapping techniques to help communicate and analyze complex ecological patterns and priorities for strategy implementation. S/he performs distributed spatial database analysis, administration and replication management activities in support of the Global Water Team.

This position is a one year position, pending further acquisition of funds.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
* Perform and coordinate spatial analyses as a component of freshwater assessments at multiple spatial scales
* Significant opportunity to act independently within broad program goals.
* May negotiate and contract with vendors.
* Must be willing and able to travel.
Qualifications: * MS degree in Geography, GIS, Computer Science or related field and 5-10 years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Experience in designing and maintaining spatial and relational databases to meet organizational needs.
* Experience in developing and managing multiple projects.
* Experience creating and maintaining internet-based spatial data viewers, interactive online analysis tools and spatial data distribution tools.
* Experience training individuals and groups (if required).
* Experience, education and/or training with regional and global hydrography databases and watershed analyses
* Experience conducting hydrographic analysis using flow directionality and accumulation analyses.
* Experience using Geographic Information Systems (e.g. Esri ArcGIS Desktop and extensions, ArcGIS Server, Geodatabases, etc.) and Remote Sensing Software (e.g. Leica Geosystems ERDAS Imagine, ENVI, Feature Analyst, etc.)
* Experience with relevant scripting and programming languages (e.g. KML and KMZ files, Python, R, Microsoft VBA, C++, Java, etc.).
* Experience creating standardized cartographic map design and spatial data visualization products for static and dynamic (Internet-based) map applications.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
* Demonstrated experience in the following areas: interpretation of remote sensing analysis, complex spatial analysis, data modeling and landscape scenario analysis.
* Demonstrated experience in spatial data management, including metadata and documentation.
* Working knowledge of current trends and practices in relevant discipline(s) and region(s).
* Well versed in geospatial sciences best practices, and an ability to adapt them to TNCs organizational needs and culture.
* Demonstrated experience interpreting and communicating results to conservation practitioners and managers.
* Demonstrated experience recommending conservation actions based on scientific analysis results.
* Demonstrated experience collaborating with other parties to obtain data sources.
* Communicating clearly via written, spoken and graphical means in English.
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The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of men and women of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and culture. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.

The successful applicant must meet the requirements of The Nature Conservancys background screening process.
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Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Natural Infrastructure Fellow
Employer: The Nature Conservancy
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: $32,000 salary
Job Location: Madison, WI
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: This position has a one-year employment duration.
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Natural Infrastructure Fellow will work closely with TNC staff and partners to research, assess, and communicate the ecosystem services and economic values provided by natural infrastructureparticularly wetlands, streams, and floodplainsand the conservation of these resources. This is a one-year fellowship open to highly motivated and talented recent graduates from an undergraduate or masters degree program in natural resources, conservation biology, or related subjects. The Fellow will perform specific duties to support the Wisconsin chapters strategies around natural infrastructure and will also receive a well-rounded learning experience to help prepare them for future conservation careers, including a broad array of activities ranging from prairie restoration to fundraising and marketing. The position will be located in TNCs Madison, Wisconsin office.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The Natural Infrastructure Fellow will work closely with Madison staff, Green Bay project staff, and TNC partners in agencies, NGOs, and academia to determine the potential role for natural infrastructure (especially wetlands, streams, and floodplains) in water quality-based regulatory and voluntary conservation programs throughout the state. Tasks may include: 1) assess the state of the science via a literature review and by interviewing key researchers; 2) assess regulatory program opportunities by interviewing states (agencies and chapters) that have already adopted natural infrastructure solutions; 3) help to coordinate a meeting of key agency, academic, and NGO partners in Wisconsin to identify research needs, programmatic gaps, and opportunities; and 4) produce a report that includes findings and recommendations. As needed and as time allows, the Fellow may also contribute toward other natural infrastructure projects, including maintaining ecologically-sustainable drinking water supplies from groundwater and watershed-based wetland functional assessments. Throughout this fellowship program, Fellows will participate in a broad array of learning experiences and opportunities including field work in TNC project areas and work with key NGO functional areas (e.g., fundraising, marketing).

RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
* Works closely with a TNC team focusing on natural infrastructure and ecosystem services provided by wetlands, streams, and floodplains
* Conducts literature reviews and interviews researchers and agency staff
* Coordinates a meeting of stakeholders (planning for and arranging logistics, helping to set scope and agenda, and communicating with attendees)
* Writes summaries of findings and recommendations
* May provide assistance on other TNC natural infrastructure projects
* Fieldwork that may include scientific research, restoration, and/or habitat management
* Participates in the work of a broad array of NGO programs at key junctures (stewardship, fundraising, marketing and communications, etc.)

The Fellowship program is designed to give recent graduates from an undergraduate or masters program the breadth of experience they need to qualify for a fulfilling conservation career. The objective is to provide exposure across multiple facets of conservation work. Fellows will participate in activities ranging from prairie restoration to fundraising and marketing. However, the Fellowship will also be individually designed to emphasize a specific project with expected outcomes and responsibilities.
Qualifications: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
* Bachelors Degree in science related field.
* Experience interpreting guidelines and evaluating information to adapt accordingly.
* Experience working independently and exercising independent judgment.
* Experience reviewing literature, compiling and analyzing information, and drawing conclusions.
* Experience communicating clearly in written and spoken English.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
* Masters degree in science related field and/or some conservation related work experience.
* Field experience.
* Knowledge of wetland or water related conservation & policy issues.
* Experience working in group settings with colleagues, stakeholders, and partners.
* Experience with GIS software and data to create maps.
* Time management skills.
Comments:
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The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of men and women of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and culture. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.

The successful applicant must meet the requirements of The Nature Conservancys background screening process.
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Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Senior Director, Climate Change
Employer: rare
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Arlington, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
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Job Description: In this newly created role the Senior Director, Climate Change will be responsible for the overall design and implementation of Rares climate change strategy, policies, levering key stakeholder relationships, and expanding financial resources to support the development and roll-out of global climate-related strategies. Working closely with country teams, programs and key stakeholders, s/he will build internal capacity and external awareness around climate change adaptation and ensure the effective execution of program deliverables. S/he will also be an integral part of Rares Global Development Department at the enterprise level. Project goals and objectives include:
* Build Rares organizational capacity (and that of its partners) to assess, measure, and demonstrate the climate adaptation and mitigation benefits of these programs;
* Leverage Rares existing project portfolio to build and communicate case studies and proof points for climate compatible development;
* Ensure the adaption and testing of a cost-effective, scalable delivery model for propagating proven elements of this work; and
* Influence key stakeholders to expand funding for climate compatible development.

The Senior Director, Climate Change will exercise independent judgment in building Rares capacity to roll-out climate smart global programs.
* Provide thought leadership for and working with forums that deal separately with adaptation and mitigation, and at which it will be important to promote a more integrated approach to community-led solutions for climate compatible development.
* Engage directly with senior government officials from bilateral and multilateral development partners in order to develop public funding opportunities that will front load the implementation of the Strategy.
* In close collaboration with the Sr. Director, Research and Monitoring work to develop measurement frameworks for tracking impact of climate compatible development that can be integrated within Rares current approach and conform to national/global standards for measurement, reporting and verification as appropriate.
* Oversee the design of test measurements for the use of Campaigning for Conservation (C4C) as a platform to roll out promising new approaches that help local communities respond effectively to climate change.
* Develop mechanisms to increase access for practitioners and proponents of climate compatible development to rigorous research and data on how Rares climate compatible development approach can work in local communities making that case for use among a wider audience.
* Build and lead Rares strategy to ascertain which elements of our programs (Fish Forever and Reciprocal Water Agreements) are most likely to deliver on climate compatible development goals.
* Oversee an effort to strengthen the capacity of in-country teams, in partnership with local development partners, to measure and communicate climate change benefits of Fish Forever and RWAs that will influence national development and adaptation plans and related decisions on climate financing.
* Develop and implement a strategy to identify and engage a variety of key constituencies to clearly and compellingly convey to them the strategy behind its programs, the ROI of the models, and what they could mean for advancing climate resilience around the world.
* Develop relationships with national climate change agencies in at least three countries and engage them in the development of implementation of the programs to support national development and adaptation plans for the community-led solutions to small scale fisheries and water resources.
* Build effective global partnerships with organizations engaged in the development and resourcing of climate compatible development that are key to the development and implementation of an effective global strategy.
Qualifications: Required Experience and Education
* A minimum of 10-12 years experience building and implementing climate change programs and/or strategies and demonstrated success with programs that have a specific focus on community-led development;
* Proven ability to network and develop partnerships across a range of stakeholders and mobilize public and/or multilateral funding;
* Results-oriented, with the ability to oversee the management of a complex enterprise level initiative and build a portfolio of donors/prospects;
* Strong understanding of global environment and development issues;
* Working knowledge of processes and negotiations under UNFCCC in particular those relating to climate finance and the Green Climate Fund;
* Outstanding interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, with the maturity, integrity, and cross-cultural experience to gain the trust and confidence of Rares donors, leadership, staff, colleagues, and partners;
* Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
* Willingness to participate in travel as needed to support government demand and fundraising goals international travel is required;
* Spanish, French, German, or Indonesian language skills is a plus; and
* Bachelors degree is required; Masters degree or PhD highly preferred.
Comments: Rare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.
How To Apply: https://careers-rare.icims.com/jobs/1051/senior-director%2c-climate-change/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=740&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Shoreline Planner (Environmental Planner 3)
Employer: State of Washington
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Yakima County - Union Gap, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: Please note: This is a project position that is funded until June 30, 2017.
Pay Range: $47,208.00 - $61,920.00 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description: The Shorelands and Environmental Assistance (SEA) program helps communities manage shorelands, floodplains, and wetlands. Our primary focus is on state and local responsibilities for administering Washington state and federally-delegated laws. Our mission is to work in partnership with communities to support healthy watersheds and promote statewide environmental interests.
Some of the key work activities of the Shoreline Planner include:
Shoreline Master Programs:
Using knowledge of long-range and natural resources planning principals, techniques, current trends, environmental laws, policies and programs concerning all phases of state resource development, serves as project manager for Shoreline Master Program activities including:
* Provides expertise and guidance in the development of shoreline master programs and amendments containing policies, regulations, procedures, processes and design standards.
* Manages negotiations with local governments to ensure local master program consistency with the Shoreline Management Act and the Shoreline Master Program guidelines using the skills and abilities to identify key relationships, maintain effective working relationships with governmental officials, address large groups and write effectively.
* Manages the state review and approval process, conducting public hearings as necessary and assuring compliance with applicable Washington Administrative Codes.
* Conducts research and prepares analyses, including legal implications on shoreline issues for incorporation into master program policy and regulations using the ability to interpret and apply agency policy, develop long-range work plans, think conceptually, and observe and interpret trends, analyze data and draw logical conclusions.
* Participates in Program-wide work on SMA policy interpretation and the preparation of SMA guidance for local governments using the ability to interpret and apply agency policy.

Technical Assistance:
Coordinates with program staff and local government personnel to provide appropriate help in SMA-related policy interpretations and training on the SMA and its administrative requirements.
* Provides oversight to planning specialist in the planning, development and coordination of the Shoreline Master Programs developed by local governments and consultants.
* Conducts research, prepares printed materials, and develops presentations as appropriate to meet local government training needs.
* Coordinates with local personnel to arrange and carry out training sessions for local government personnel.
* Responds to requests for technical assistance from local governments.

SMP Grants:
Serves as grant officer for SMP Grants.
* Participates in evaluating and awarding grants, negotiates grant agreements, provides technical assistance on issues related to the work program, monitors and ensures compliance with grant terms and financial conditions.

Please note: This is a project position that is funded until June 30, 2017.
Qualifications: Required Qualifications:
A Master's degree or above with major emphasis in land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning, landscape architecture, geography, land use or environmental law, public administration with an environmental emphasis, or closely related field.

OR
One year of experience as an Environmental Planner 2, provided a degree in one of the fields listed above has been obtained.

OR
A Bachelors Degree in a field listed above AND Two years of professional experience in land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning, and/or program development.
Examples of the Two years of professional experience can include:
1) Recommending policies, procedures, and standards of adequacy for planning by the agency, by other state agencies, by consultants, and by others performing planning activities over which the agency has supervisory responsibilities.
2) Coordinating the administration of contracted planning and other related contract professional services.
3) Conducting technical liaison with principal planning personnel in other state agencies and with directors of regional, local, and federal planning agencies.
4) Scheduling the work of professional staff in carrying out the resource planning and program responsibilities of the agency as a project leader.
5) Determining eligibility of consultants to perform work for the agency and recommends the selection of those found qualified for state planning services.
6) Coordinating the preparation of plans, reports, documents, administrative regulations, and other informational material designed to encourage and implement the planning objectives of the agency, and to provide information to technicians, planners, government officials, and the public.
7) Providing management and oversight of planning grants to local governments, other state agencies, and other organizations.
8) Assisting in the development of a recommended legislative program.
9) Consulting with federal, state, and local governmental officials on administrative policy in rendering technical and financial planning assistance.
10) Preparing resource management plans, and coordinates these functional components developed by state and federal agencies and by local governmental units.
11) Conducting meetings and field trips representing the agency in contacts with the public; local, state, and federal governments; civic and business groups; and other special interest groups.

Desired Qualifications:
Shoreline Management Act experience applying the shoreline management act in both a planning context (i.e. Shoreline Master Program development or modification) and a permitting context (i.e. the review and issuance of Shoreline Substantial Development Permits, Conditional Use Permits, or Variances). Knowledge of the relationship between the SMA and the Growth Management Act and Critical Areas Ordinances and their administrative rules.
Environmental Science a degree, substantial coursework, or professional experience in environmental science, water resource management or hydrology, wetland science, geology, biology, oceanography, or other natural sciences.
Government Experience experience working for a local, state, federal or tribal resource management agency in a planning, program management, policy, or regulatory capacity.
Comments: Please include the following documents as an attachment to your application:

A cover letter describing how your experience, skills and abilities meet the required qualifications of this position.
A resume outlining your professional experience.

Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position. Or, you may paste the text of your resume within the profile's resume text field.

Please read the supplemental questions carefully and answer completely. Incomplete responses, including "please see resume" may disqualify you from further consideration.

Department of Ecology employees, please make sure to answer the agency-wide questions regarding permanent status as classified employee within the Washington General Service or Washington Management Service. Do not forget to select Department of Ecology as a response to question 2, and type your personnel ID number for question 3. If you are not sure of your status or do not know your personnel ID number, please contact Human Resources at (360) 407-6186.

If you are reading this announcement in print format, please visit www.careers.wa.gov to access the online recruitment system. Click on "Look for Jobs" and select Dept. of Ecology under the "Department" search list. Click "Apply Search."
How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1182301
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Junior-Level Natural Resources Field Technician
Employer: Hart Crowser, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Vancouver, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Hart Crowser, Inc., is a multi-disciplinary earth, environmental and natural resources consulting firm headquartered in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Our staff of scientists and engineers provide a wide range of services, from strategic planning and initial studies through permitting, design, and construction oversight. We take pride in providing innovative and creative solutions to our clients in private industry and the public sector. We have an opportunity for an experienced field professional to join our Portland Natural Resources team.

This individual will provide technical team support on a seasonal basis collecting water quality data from a small research vessel on the lower Columbia River.



Qualifications: We are seeking an individual with a B.S. degree in one of the natural resource sciences with 1 to 5 years of related field experience.

Responsibilities of this role will require:
* Prior experience with GPS and data management;
* Prior experience with powerboat operation, including inclement weather conditions;
* Washington or Oregon state boating license; U.S. Coast Guard OUPV captains license is a plus;
* Ability to work flexible and changing schedules, including overtime and weekends, and be willing to travel within the region;
* Ability to work independently and in a team;
* Strong commitment to safety and safe marine operations;
* Ability to lift 40 to 50 lbs and have a current drivers license with a good driving record;
* Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including field report writing;
* Eligibility to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
Comments: Hart Crowser has a strong commitment to provide an environment that fosters creative thinking and opportunities for professional development. As an employee-owned company, each individual contributes to the success of the firm. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their cover letter and resume.



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How To Apply: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=HART527&jobId=76852&lang=en_US&source=CC2
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/9/2015

Position Title: Community Development and Redevelopment
Employer: JARI
Address:
Contact Person: Linda Thomson
Phone Number: lthomson@jari.com
Job Location: Cambria & Somerset Counties, PA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: JARI is seeking applicants for the position of Community Development Director. Top priorities of the position are urban renewal and creating new opportunities for entrepreneurship in the downtown core. Applicants must have the ability to work with public and private contacts. Job duties include preparing and implementing project schedules, evaluating new projects for economic feasibility, providing support to JARI and the City of Johnstown, and coordinating the implementation of a community revitalization action plan.

JARI is an economic development agency serving Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pennsylvania.
Qualifications: Applicants should have an understanding of urban redevelopment principles and practices and real estate development.

Bachelor's degree in business, public administration, planning or related field required plus a minimum of 5 years of related experience.
Comments: Please provide resume and cover letter to Linda Thomson, lthomson@jari.com. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
How To Apply: www.jari.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/8/2015

Position Title: Land Development Specialist
Employer: Cranberrry Township, PA
Address: 2525 Rochester Road
Suite 400
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Contact Person: Ron Henshaw
Phone Number: ron.henshaw@cranberrytownship.org, 724-776-4806
Job Location: Cranberrry Township, PA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $43,000
Benefits:
Job Description: Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time Land Development Specialist in the Dept. of Community Development.

Responsibilities of this position include managing land development applications, planning studies, special projects, preparing subdivision, zoning, land development amendments and represent the Township at Community meetings as assigned.
Qualifications: A working knowledge of general construction activities and Municipalities Planning Code is helpful. Applicant must have strong organizational skills, strong customer service ability and, ability to multi-task and have excellent attention to detail.

A bachelor's degree in land use planning or a related discipline is required, experience related to municipal planning preferred.
Comments: Applications for all posted positions and general applications are accepted online.

All applications, whether for a particular open position, or for general positions not currently open, will remain active for twelve months.

Please have your resume and other information handy before beginning the application process. You will type directly into the online application. The application process requires approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Once you click "Submit" you will not be able to edit the application but, by using your log-in, you will be able to edit, or update your online profile.

After completing your application, you will be asked to respond to a brief survey.
How To Apply: http://www.cranberrytownship.org/employment
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/8/2015

Position Title: Planner
Employer: Cascade County Public Works Department
Address: 121 4th St N, Suite H,I
Great Falls, MT 59401
Contact Person: Monica Reed (Human Resources)
Phone Number: 406-454-6739
Job Location: Great Falls, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm
Pay Range: $40K - $42K
Benefits: Contact HR at 406-454-6739
Job Description: The Planner performs routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in planning programs for the county related to the development and implementation of land use, flood plain, zoning, subdivision, and related plans and policies; people skills are a must as the planner spends a lot of time with customers, other agencies and departments to include the City County Health Department, Clerk and Recorders Office, Cascade County Commissioners, Planning Board members and the Zoning Board of Adjustment; performs complex and professional work in land use development and planning; providing and implementing zoning, subdivision laws, floodplain enforcement, as well as all permit processes involving division activities; process all firework applications, foster and manage CTEP projects; works closely with the Zoning Board of Transportation, Planning Board, and the County Commissioners; good communication skills essential; the nature of the work performed requires employees to establish and maintain close cooperative working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, Public Works Director, Finance Director, Human Resources Director, Health Department, supervisors, department employees and the general public; performs other related duties as assigned. Supervision is exercised over the work of all employees in Planning Division.
Qualifications: The essential job duties and responsibilities, knowledge, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience. At a minimum all applicants must have a Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Physical Science, Political Science, Geography or related field and two (2) years experience in planning, zoning, sub-divisions, or flood plain permitting and procedures or a combination of education, experience and training equal to six (6) years experience in planning, zoning, sub-divisions, or flood plain permitting and procedures. Applicant must possess a valid Montana Driver's License issued by the State of Montana or be able to obtain one within 30 days from date of hire.
Comments: Plan, organize, assign and review the work to meet departmental goals and community needs; maintain effective communication with all levels of management and the public; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; prepare documents, reports and statistics; communicate well with others both orally and in writing; identify analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records and occasional work outside normal hours as assigned.

Knowledge and understanding of: Zoning and subdivision laws; principles of land use planning and development; comprehensive plans including their formation, process of adoption, and implementation; planning programs and processes; basic statistics and mathematical calculations; English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation; current safety practices and inspection practices and inspection methods and practices; automated computer systems, basic computer use and data entry; basic knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS) and the use of geographical positioning systems (GPS) not required but useful.

Ability to: Plan and organize comprehensive programs within Planning Division; plan, organize, and prioritize the workload presented as a professional; perform a wide variety of work and some limited public relations tasks with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines; establish effective working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, other county departments, employees, Federal and State agencies, private agencies, and the general public; communicate well with others in both technical and non-technical terms, as well orally and in writing; prepare accurate and reliable reports containing findings, recommendations, and technical documentation; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; use logical and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral instructions; quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by rapidly changing information and/or technology; drive to meetings within the state of Montana usually to attend conferences a couple times a year; meet challenges with resourcefulness through original thinking and creativity; identify, analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records; employ and enforce safety practices and procedures; occasionally work outside normal hours as assigned.
How To Apply: Applications available at Cascade County Human Resources Department (406-454-6739) or MT Job Service. All application materials must be turned in to the Cascade County Human Resources Department and date stamped by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/7/2015

Position Title: Risk MAP RPML
Employer: Acclivity Associates
Address:
Contact Person: Will Meyer
Phone Number:
Job Location: Philadelphia
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Acclivity is seeking an experienced program manager for work on FEMAs Risk MAP program. The position will support FEMA to carry out the activities and fulfill the Risk Analysis Division objectives in successfully delivering the Risk MAP Program. Responsibilities
include project management activities developing, coordinating, and reporting project details such as sequencing schedules, Earned Value Management reports, monthly project status reports, Special
Problems Reports, Project Planning & Purchasing Portal (P4)
reports, and Mapping Information Portal (MIP) reports; liaising
Regional needs with FEMA HQ and vice versa; and organizing,
leveraging and coordinating opportunities with other National Flood Insurance Program and Risk MAP beneficial partners and programs.


The support activities May vary according to FEMA Headquarter and Regional needs and priorities, but mainly consist of support for
delivery of the Risk MAP program, especially program management, and internal and external processes improvements. Some of the areas where this support will be focused, but not limited, are:

1. Offering hands-on assistance getting projects initiated correctly, including creating project plans and project governance structures.
2.Support regional staff in monitoring the EVM System and help to maintain and exceed all of the regional projects within the tolerance EVM parameters.
3. Support the development and implementation strategies to support delivery of program area goals and objectives.
4.In collaboration with FEMA and existing RPMLs, further define needs, seek appropriate resources and build internal capabilities.
5.When required provide additional project management support beyond standard operation procedures.
Qualifications: The position requires a 5-10 years experience with a combination of good program management skills and knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program and Risk MAP tools including Earned Value Management, the Project Planning & Purchasing Portal (P4), and the Mapping Information Portal (MIP). Consulting experience should include client-facing work or other direct client interaction.
Comments:
How To Apply: inquiry@AcclivityAssociates.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/10/2015

Position Title: Principal Civil Engineer
Employer: City of Healdsburg, CA
Address:
Contact Person: Valerie Phillips
Phone Number: (916) 784-9080
Job Location: Healdsburg, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: 35 Hours per week/Day shift
Pay Range: $9,171-$11,148 monthly DOQ
Benefits:
Job Description: The City of Healdsburg, population approximately 12,000, is located in the heart of Sonoma County wine country and nestled among three lush valleys. The City is seeking a Principal Civil Engineer who will work closely with the Water & Wastewater Operations Superintendent in a combined effort to operate the Citys water and wastewater facilities in a cost effective and responsible manner. The ideal candidate must exhibit excellent communication and customer service skills and demonstrate the ability to work well in a collaborative environment. A creative, team-oriented and collaborative problem-solver will serve well as the new Principal Engineer. The successful candidate will be able to manage a number of different projects and services simultaneously, recognizing the importance of shifting priorities as needed. An individual who can train, develop motivate and encourage staff will be valued.
Qualifications: The selected candidate should have CIP experience, possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California or the ability to obtain one within twelve (12) months along with a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field and 7 years responsible experience in water, sanitary sewer, and wastewater treatment utility planning, management, administration, coordination, and operation, including supervisory experience, to demonstrate possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above and with a minimum of two years in a supervisory or administrative capacity.
Comments: Interested candidates may apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com. Contact Valerie Phillips at (916) 784-9080 with questions.
How To Apply: www.bobmurrayassoc.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 8/15/2015

Position Title: Watershed Coordinator/Engineer, Public Utilities (Job Code: 2094)
Employer: Sarasota County, FL
Address: Sarasota Operations Center
1001 Sarasota Center Boulevard
Sarasota, FL 34240
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Sarasota, FL
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $42,411.20 - $60,611.20 May exceed depending upon experience
Benefits:
Job Description: This is professional engineering work with responsibilities and activities including coordinate the watershed model updates; planning activities; site and development reviews; provide support for stormwater maintenance activities in a watershed; coordination with multiple internal departments and coordination with external governmental agencies and clients.

Duties:

Watershed Modeling Activities:
* Incorporate recent development projects into the County's Record Watershed Model.
* Coordinate with GIS Staff to maintain the County's GIS database to be consistent with the Record Model.
* Maintain accurate floodplain delineation.
* Identification of Level of Service deficiencies with in the Watershed.
* Analyze areas of concern for cost effective solutions to LOS.
* Coordinate with GIS staff to update the infrastructure data base and LID tracking feature class.
* Provide support for stormwater maintenance projects.

Development Review:
* Review LDS S&D's and County CIP's for consistency with the LDR and Watershed model(s).
* Provide written comments to LDS (using LIMS) or to the County PM relative to any inconsistencies.
* Schedule and attend meetings with the EOR to discuss solutions to the S&D comments.
* Responsible to maintain plans, files, and models associated with development submittals and to determine the critical timing of incorporating approved plans into the County's Record Model.

Planning:
* Provide technical comments for stormwater review projects (for Conceptual, Preliminary, and Final Development plans as necessary), to ensure that development projects satisfy the LDR and do not cause adverse impacts and LOS deficiencies. This work includes providing technical comments for rezones, special exceptions, DRIs, and other reviews that must go through a public hearing process at the BOCC and/or Planning Commission.

Preparation of stormwater project design and construction; internal designs; permitting; cost estimating; hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; flood studies and floodplain mapping.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering or a related technical field. Must also have three (3) or more years of related engineering / project management experience. A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for one year of required experience. Must have or be able to obtain EI (Engineer Intern) Certification within 12 months. A valid Driver's License is required.

Job Based Competencies: Hydrology, hydraulics, and water quality. Knowledge of ICPR and ArcMap. AutoCAD is desirable.
Comments: Please mention where you learned about this opportunity.
How To Apply: https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ADVANCE&cws=3&rid=2094&source=Indeed.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 12/5/2015





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