Friday, November 20, 2015

NPS Guides, National Mall - Apply by 11/30

Here at the National Mall and Memorial Parks we are currently advertising for numerous GS-5 career seasonal front-line interpreters. We have authorization to hire at least 16 new permanent positions with this cert, so there's an unprecedented opportunity for folks to not only apply for them, but also be very competitive.

These positions will be duty stationed at the National Mall, working at some of our nation's most beloved and iconic memorials. We're looking for interpretive rock stars who want to help us break the mold of what it means to be a 21st Century interpreter. NAMA is all about innovation and collaboration. It's an incredibly busy (29 million visitors a year) but fascinating and dynamic work environment, with tremendous opportunities for professional development and promotion through the ranks.

Energy Analyst

Job description:  Analyst will be responsible for providing analytical and organizational support to the Rebate Programs Manager by coordinating, implementing, and executing National Energy Rebate Programs. 
  • Develop planning and implementation of new projects
  • Manage project resource allocation
  • Plan and schedule project timelines
  • Perform complex data analysis using and developing advanced Excel worksheets
  • Monitor and research new energy rebate programs
  • Provide monthly, quarterly, and annual reports to staff


  • Bachelor’s degree in Energy, Sustainability, Environmental, or related discipline
  • Expert in Excel
  • Data entry/analysis experience

To apply:  Qualified individuals can send resume to: Eric Abrams, 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Temporary Contract Position - apply by 11/27

From Jessica Zelt, ENSP-Wildlife, 2005:

The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is a non-profit organization with the mission to facilitate timely and responsible development of wind energy while protecting wildlife and wildlife habitat.

Project Description

AWWI’s is seeking a temporary contractor(s) to accumulate, review, and pull pertinent data from publicly available wind-wildlife reports. The data will be stored in the American Wind Wildlife Information Center (AWWIC), a secure database containing proprietary and public data on wildlife at wind energy facilities. Deliverables include:
·         a complete list of the reports reviewed and their sources (if necessary), and
·         the completed spreadsheets with wind-wildlife data from each report.

1.       have knowledge of and access to a computer with Microsoft Word and Excel to summarize data,
2.       be able to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing, and
3.       be able to work for extended periods on the computer. 
A background in biology, wind energy, or wind-wildlife reports and data is preferred, but not required.

Compensation and Additional Information: The contractor(s) will be paid $20 per hour. Contract is not to exceed 450 hours. The project and contract must be completed by January 31, 2016. If interested, please send a resume, statement of interest, and at least two references to AWWI at by November 27, 2015.