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Job: Temporary Ashtabula River Team Specialist, OH
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

The Nature Conservancy together with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Watercraft - Scenic Rivers Program and the Ashtabula County Soil and Water Conservation District will implement a project funded through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to prevent, reduce, and eliminate non-native invasive plants in the Ashtabula River watershed through an integrated approach focused on the Ashtabula River main stem, the east and west branches of the river and priority tributaries and wetlands. Strategies will include early detection and rapid response; targeting threats at their source; and aid to on-going partner management projects within the watershed. The Ashtabula River Strike Team Specialist is a full time, short-term position (approximately 2 months from starting date) that, along with other team members, will implement all aspects of the project’s field work and strategies under the supervision of the Ashtabula River Project Manager. The Ashtabula River Strike Team Specialist does not supervise other staff or volunteers, but will work cooperatively with other team members and project partners. For more information, click here. Applications due by July 23, 2014. Job ID: 42304. 

 
Job: Environmental Scientist, II, TX
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

HNTB seeks an Environmental Scientist II located in their Houston, Texas office. This position would work under the direction of a Department Manager. Responsibilities will be to prepare NEPA documents, permits, and various technical reports with respect to natural and biological resources (wetland impacts, threatened/endangered species, etc.). Prepares written reports, maps and statements of geologic, hydrologic, biologic and/or other scientific findings as it relates to the planning, design, and construction of projects. Collects and analyzes project related data which may include research, interviews with government agencies and clients, map reviews, field investigations, land use assessments, etc. Prepares graphics and exhibits. Performs field inspections to verify that construction projects are maintaining environmental compliance. Participates in design and planning stages of project to interpret contract plans and specifications as well as discuss potential problems relating to site conditions, permitting and quality control. Reviews and evaluates technical reports and plans and provides approval of scientific aspects of proposed projects such as construction of highways, and various other infrastructure projects. Provides technical advice and assistance to project engineers on specific geologic, hydrologic, biologic or other scientific aspects and their impact on the specific project phase. Reviews and evaluates the potential impact of Federal, state and local environmental legislation. Develops and maintain liaisons and effective working relations with clients, agencies, and the public. Keeps current with trends, literature and new developments in ecology and environmental science. Prepares and participates in public information meetings and hearings. For more information, click here. Job ID 0714-10593.

 
Job: Ecological Field Lead, OH
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. seeks an Ecological Field Lead located in Columbus, Ohio. In this position you’ll manage project teams to navigate today’s complex environmental regulatory landscape, helping our commercial, institutional, and energy clients to achieve and maintain surface water compliance. You’ll lead junior ecologists in the field and assist with reporting for delineations, permitting, mitigation and design of wetlands, streams and other waters. You’ll be involved in the whole project - from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, bidding, and construction. For more information, click here. Tracking Code: 60-648.

 
Job: Project Scientist/Entry Level Wetland Scientist, NE
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

Alfred Benesch & Company seeks a Project Scientist/Entry Level Wetland Scientist located in Omaha, Nebraska. Candidate will have 0 to 3 years’ (i.e., entry level) experience in natural resource or environmental consulting or a related field and preferably with a biology, planning, or natural resources background or training. Bachelor of Arts /Bachelor of Science degree in a relevant discipline (Biology, Ecology, Natural Resources etc.) is the minimum education requirement. For more information, click here. Job Code: 212. 

 
Graduate Student Intern Opportunity with NOAA in the Great Lakes
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

NOAA in the Great Lakes is offering a unique student intern opportunity. This project will be a paid temporary ($12/hour for 305 hours, with the possibility for extension), non-civil service position located in MN/WI (Chanhassen, MN OR Superior, WI). The student will work to increase the effectiveness of NOAA in the community by strategically aligning partnerships and NOAA resources to meet the needs of the St. Louis River Estuary (SLRE) and surrounding communities. Activities include assistance to NOAA staffs in development and drafting of a Habitat Blueprint (click here) implementation plan, maintenance of partner and stakeholder lists, outreach to external partners in the SLRE community to determine goals and needs to which NOAA can contribute, working with NOAA staff across the region to determine areas of mission and work that can be brought to bear in the SLRE, and tracking/evaluating SLRE Habitat Blueprint project progress.  Successful candidates will assist the SLRE co-leads with planning meetings/weekly calls with internal NOAA offices, partners and stakeholders to ensure participation and tracking timelines and milestones. As such, this work will involve daily engagement with the NOAA federal employees, weekly engagement with the NOAA Habitat Blueprint Focus Area Implementation Team, regular communications with the local Duluth, MN, and Superior, WI, communities, occasional interaction with SLR Area of Concern partners, and development and maintenance of website and other marketing content for outreach purposes. 

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Job: Senior Stormwater/Water Quality Project Manager, OR
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

Herrera seeks a Senior Stormwater/Water Quality Project Managers for their Portland, Oregon office. The qualified individual will have 10 or more years of professional experience in stormwater management planning and design, and related water quality analyses, and possess proven relationships (as project manager or pursuit lead) with clients in the Portland area and throughout Oregon and southwest Washington. This position requires local experience at the project manager/technical lead level as well as surface water modeling and LID experience. For more information, click here.

 
Job: Senior Environmental Scientist - Wetlands, MA
Monday, 21 July 2014 00:00

Tighe & Bond seeks a Senior Environmental Scientist - Wetlands with 10 or more years of experience to join their Wetlands and Ecological Services Group in Pocasset, Massachusetts. The position involves a mix of field work, report preparation, permit application preparation, business development and client contact. This is an excellent opportunity for professional growth. Responsibilities for this position may include, but are not limited to: wetland delineation, functional analysis, freshwater and coastal wetland permitting at the local, state and federal level, report writing, wetland restoration and mitigation design, construction observation, environmental compliance monitoring and proposal writing/business development. The position includes considerable contact and interaction with clients, potential clients, owners and regulators. Some multi-day travel may be required for field work. For more information, click here. Reference No. DRCCO-0714.

 
Job: Watershed Educator-Ashokan Watershed, NY
Monday, 14 July 2014 00:00

The Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program (AWSMP) works to improve water quality, mitigate flood hazards, and enhance aquatic habitat in the Ashokan Reservoir watershed, part of the NYC water supply system. The program uses engineering and natural channel design methods to restore stream stability and habitat quality. A Resource Educator is sought to develop an education program that engages the general watershed public and volunteers in learning about river processes and management. The Educator will be tasked with developing and delivering a volunteer education program and several citizen-science projects. The position requires a self-motivated individual with excellent communication skills, the ability to collaborate, and experience delivering scientifically accurate educational programming. For more information, click here. Application deadline is August 8, 2014. Job Number 24685.

 
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