Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Position Announcement
Sustainability Coordinator - Randolph College

Randolph College is hiring a Sustainability Coordinator/Assistant to the Director of Buildings & Grounds. This is an entry-level position, and pays an entry-level salary, but with good benefits! It is a great job for a recent graduate who has a strong skills set.

Submit your application ASAP. Be sure to emphasize any experience with campus sustainability initiatives, STARS, Climate Commitments, GHG Inventories, campus gardens, etc.

Job ad is at this link:
http://www.randolphcollege.edu/humanresources/updates/sustainability-coordinator-and-assistant-to-the-director-of-buildings-and-grounds/

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Job Opening - Environmental Planner
ICF, Washington, DC

ICF is an environmental consulting firm that is currently seeking an Environmental Planner to work in their DC office.  To learn more about the position and to apply, visit:

https://www.icf.com/careers/jobs/1800001779#.Wvm33zKTjhI.linkedin

Questions about the position?  Contact ENSP alum Linnea Hofstrom (ENSP class of 2014) at lrhofstrom@gmail.com.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Job Openings for Recent Graduates
VERTEX - Columbia, MD

VERTEX is a global, private consulting agency with departments that specialize in environmental work. Their Columbia, MD office is looking to hire individuals with environmental backgrounds with a bachelor's degree or higher.

To view job openings, visit: http://vertexeng.com/
Applicants can submit their resumes to Rebecca Dunwoody (ENSP Class of 2017) at rdunwoody@vertexeng.com.

Once an applicant’s resume has been reviewed, either she or someone else from her office will reach out to the applicant regarding an interview.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Environmental Communication and Outreach Specialist
Earth Resources Technology/NOAA

Government contracting firm Earth Resources Technology has a position open for an Environmental Communication and Outreach Specialist at NOAA Fisheries Office of Habitat Conservation. Candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in a related field, and 3+ years communications experience in the science/environmental field.

Details about the position can be found in the link below:Environmental Communication and Outreach Specialist @ NOAA Fisheries/OHC

Monday, February 26, 2018

Now recruiting
World Wildlife Fund

World Wildlife Fund is currently recruiting for three positions for an upcoming U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded project in the Amazon. Please see the links below for further information.

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project: Under the supervision of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project Chief of Party, the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will be a member of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Team, responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of a Monitoring and evaluation plan for the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources.

Communications Officer, The Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project: Under the supervision of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project Chief of Party, the Communications Officer will be a member of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project Team, responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of a communications strategy for the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project. This includes sharing the Project’s successes and lessons, and projecting a positive and constructive image of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project and its partners locally and globally. In addition, the Communications Officer will be responsible for communicating The Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project’s stand on local and global issues of environmental concern in an appropriate way; and coordinating quality control of all Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project’s outreach materials including media content.

Gender Specialist, Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project: Under the supervision of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project Chief of Party, the Gender Specialist will be a member of the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project Team, responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of a gender strategy for the Amazonian Indigenous Rights and Resources Project.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Restoration Ecologist Coordinator
Missouri Botanical Garden

The Litzsinger Road Ecology Center (LREC), a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden, is hiring a full-time ​​restoration ecologist. The 34-acre site is an environmental learning facility, consisting of an urban creek, hardwood bottomland woodland, and prairie habitats. Primary duties will be to work with a small team of staff members, interns, and volunteers to conduct research and monitoring on site and implement ecological restoration projects.

For the full job description and to apply, please go to
https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/MBG/Posting/View/62

The posting will close on February 14.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Program Officer
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners ​ is now hiring a Program Officer. This position would work in NARUC's grant-funded office providing training and technical assistance to state public utility commissions. It also focuses on cybersecurity for the electricity grid and other critical infrastructure and broader electricity policy issues. This organization helps states integrate clean energy resources, improve the resilience of the grid, and learn about R&D around new technologies like carbon capture and energy storage.

You can access the full description here:
https://www.naruc.org/about-naruc/naruc-employment-opportunities/program-officer-naruc-research-lab/

​ENSP alum Kiera Zitelman (class of 2003) currently works there and is happy to answer any questions you may have about the position! You may contact her at​ ​ kzitelman@naruc.org.
Now Hiring
EarthJustice, Washington DC

EarthJustice is now hiring a Public Lands Advocate in their DC office.
 
This position provides legislative and administrative strategy development and implementation on issue priorities for Earthjustice including: the National Forest System; the National Park System; and Bureau of Land Management lands. 
To read more and to apply, visit:  https://earthjustice.org/about/jobs/36407/public-lands-advocate

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Now hiring Federal Wildlife Officers
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has just announced hires for Federal Wildlife Officers. There are openings for veterans, current Federal employees, and recent graduates/students.

Below are the active links to Land Management LE Officer, GL-1801-5/7/9, vacancies:
Now Hiring: Puget Sound Policy Manager
Washington Environmental Council


Position Summary
The Puget Sound Policy Manager is part of Washington Environmental Council’s Puget Sound Program and is responsible for implementing the state, federal, and local policy agenda to protect and recover Puget Sound and the Salish Sea. The vibrant and enthusiastic Puget Sound Program team works toward clean water and healthy habitat that support iconic species like salmon and orcas and the communities that rely on Puget Sound economically and culturally. Our work builds grassroots and legislative support for a healthy Puget Sound, connects communities across the Sound on recovery efforts, advocates for better policy and enforcement, and demands increased financial investments where needed. The Puget Sound Policy Manager will develop, refine, and implement creative solutions to advance Puget Sound recovery, from incentive-based approaches to regulatory processes that protect clean water and healthy habitat. The full-time position is based in Seattle, WA, and reports to the Puget Sound Program Director.

To learn more and to apply, visit:
https://wecprotects.org/jobs/puget-sound-policy-manager/

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Summer 2018 part-time job opportunity
 
Title: Human Dimensions Research Technician – Beach Recreation & Shorebirds
 
Location: Three sites along the Atlantic Flyway, one of which will be Long Island, NY
 
Salary: $380/week
 
Duration: Mid-May through mid-September
 
Responsibilities: Assist graduate student in administering human dimensions surveys to beachgoers in an effort to better understand human activities that may disturb shorebirds. Work includes: collecting on-site human observational data, conducting social science surveys with beachgoers, interacting with the public, data entry, database maintenance.
 
Qualifications: Seeking a candidate interested in integrating social science with natural resource management, human dimensions of conservation, and wildlife biology. The candidate must be pursuing or have completed an undergraduate degree in Environmental Conservation, Environmental Science/Studies, Wildlife Biology, Social Sciences, or a related field. The applicant must be able to adapt to a flexible work schedule, which will involve working early mornings and weekends. Preferred applicants should have the ability to work in coastal field settings and/or inclement weather (including heat, humidity, and direct sun). Must be comfortable approaching and speaking with people, as this will encompass the majority of the technician’s work. Must have good interpersonal skills and experience interacting with the public. Preferred qualifications include experience using Microsoft Office and Excel and college course-work in human dimensions, environmental interpretation, or the social sciences. Technician will be required to pass background check and driving record check.

Contact: Please email applications to Carolyn Comber at
ccomber1@vt.edu by January 31st. Please include a cover letter explaining your interests and qualifications, resume, and three references (including email addresses and phone numbers).

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Park Naturalist II position
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission


Description
Candidate will provide interpretive and educational programs in natural history to various groups such as schools, scouts, general public and summer youth campers. Conducts research in various subject matters and upon approval of senior staff, will present the material in programs and camps. Respond to visitor, telephone, and staff inquiries concerning natural history and conservation matters. Greets visitors, provides interpretive program information, promotes positive public relations for the nature center programs and encourages public appreciation for the natural environment. Will provide care, enrichment, training, and maintain health of live amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates, and birds of prey.

To read more and to apply, visit: 
https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/1605091-0/park-naturalist-ii-grade-22-13379