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Job: Interdisciplinary Civil/ Environmental Engineer, NOAA, LA
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Office of Habitat Conservation (OHC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana seeks an Interdisciplinary Civil/ Environmental Engineer. The incumbent serves as the Coastal Engineer for the Southeast Region of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Restoration Center reporting directly to the regional supervisor to provide coastal engineering expertise for the development, review, selection and implementation of coastal and marine habitat restoration projects under several different programs. Provides engineering leadership/technical assistance and project management oversight expertise to support NOAA's restoration activities funded through NOAA's Community-based Restoration Program (CRP), Damage Assessment, Remediation, and Restoration Program (DARRP), Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act (CWPPRA), and other Congressional appropriations. For more information, click here. Job No. NMFS-HC-2014-0022. Apply by August 4, 2014.

 
Job: Executive Director, Chesapeake Research Consortium, MD
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

The Chesapeake Research Consortium (CRC), a regional 501(c)(3) housed at Annapolis, Maryland, is seeking an experienced environmental scientist to serve as its next Executive Director. Candidates should have familiarity with the Chesapeake Bay including its waters (hydrology/circulation, biogeochemistry, living resources), shorelines and land use (wetlands, forests, agricultural runoff, waste water treatment plants), and atmosphere (deposition, climate). In addition, candidates should have broad knowledge of the science network in the mid-Atlantic region and established relationships with federal, state, and regional NGOs. For more information, click here. Open until filled.

 
Job: Volunteer Maryland Coordinator, MAEOE
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

The Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) encourages, engages, and empowers the community to understand, responsibly use and promote the natural world. The Volunteer Maryland Coordinator (VMC) will recruit and manage volunteers in the Green School Leaders program, growing awareness of environmental needs in the school community and supporting schools that are interested in becoming certified Maryland Green Schools. In addition, the VMC will work with staff to ensure a sustainable volunteer program that continues to support the Green Leaders. The VMC will also help recruit and coordinate volunteers for MAEOE’s annual conference. This is an 11 month, full-time (40 hours/week) position as a member of the Volunteer Maryland (VM) AmeriCorps program serving at MAEOE. Volunteer Maryland Coordinators (VMCs) are responsible for developing and implementing a volunteer program as agreed to in the VM site partnership negotiations that occurred in spring, 2014. The VMC service year will begin on September 24, 2014 and conclude on August 11, 2015; Volunteer Maryland Coordinators are expected to complete 1,700 hours of service during the term. For more information, click here.

 
Job: Faculty Position: Coastal Ecologist/Biologist, FL
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

The Department of Biology at the University of Central Florida (UCF) invites applications for an open rank, tenure earning or tenured position in Coastal Ecology. They seek a broadly-trained, collaborative coastal ecologist/biologist, who focuses on nearshore (wetland, estuarine, or marine) systems. Potential research areas include, but are not restricted to: biogeochemistry, climate change, community ecology, conservation biology, ecosystem ecology, ecotoxicology, environmental physiology, habitat modeling, microbial ecology, phycology and/or sea-level rise. Researchers who use innovative combinations of field, experimental and theoretical approaches are encouraged to apply. We strongly prefer candidates who can build within-department and interdisciplinary collaborations (e.g., with civil and environmental engineers, mathematical modelers, oceanographers). 

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Job: Ecologist, USGS, LA
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

U.S. Geological Survey, National Wetlands Research Center seeks an Ecologist located in Lafayette, Louisiana for a term-full-time positon. Duties will be to conduct field/laboratory research of soil and plant material; oversee data collection activities in the field, greenhouse, and growth chambers; coordinate student interns, volunteers, seasonal technicians in data collection activities/archiving; operate, maintain, provide instruction in the use of government equipment, including, but not limited to vehicles, boats, ATVs, data loggers, survey equipment, etc.; assist in the preparation of Standard Operating Procedures and helps test/establish quality control/quaility assurance protocols;  and operate a government motor vehicle as an incidental driver. For more information, click here. Job No. ATL-2014-0798. Apply by August 1, 2014.

 
Job: Greening Coordinator, MD
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

The Dundalk Renaissance Corporation (DRC) is currently seeking a full time Greening Coordinator to help implement environmental restoration projects and a water quality monitoring program in the Bear Creek-Old Road Bay Watershed. DRC’s objective is to implement projects consistent with the Baltimore County Small Watershed Action Plan for Bear Creek-Old Road Bay. For more information, click here.

 
PhD opportunity- Paleoclimate and Paleoecology of the Arctic
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

PhD position available investigating the role of terrestrial feedback mechanism in amplifying arctic surface temperatures during the Middle Pliocene (ArcAMP). The Arctic is currently warming at an alarming rate; however, the various feedback mechanisms and how they co-operate to amplify Arctic temperatures still remain uncertain.  Important clues for solving some of these fundamental climate questions regarding Arctic amplification may be uncovered during the Pliocene (2.6 to 5.3 MYA).  Although atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the Pliocene were comparable to modern concentrations of ~ 400 ppm, Arctic temperatures were 10 to 20°C warmer than today.  This project will focus on the interaction among terrestrial feedback mechanisms and their role in amplifying Arctic surface temperatures.  In particular, we are interested in the net radiative impacts of vegetation albedo, atmospheric water vapor, and black carbon emitted from fire on the Arctic climate system.  This will be accomplished by conducting high-resolution reconstructions of past temperatures, atmospheric CO2, and fire for several high Arctic sites.  This is an NSF funded collaborative project between the Global Climate and Ecology Lab at the University of Montana and the paleoclimate working group at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

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Job: Project Manager/Restoration Ecologist , CA
Monday, 28 July 2014 00:00

H. T> Harvey & Associates Ecological Restoration Division is seeking a Restoration Ecologist Project Manager in their Los Gatos. California. The position will involve work on ecological restoration design and monitoring projects in a wide variety of geographic locations and habitats (riparian, wetland, grassland, semi-arid, etc.). A minimum of 3-5 years of relevant consulting experience that demonstrates project management ability is mandatory. A graduate degree in restoration or plant ecology is strongly preferred and relevant work experience will be considered. Expertise in some or most of the following key areas is strongly desired: project management, business development, habitat restoration design; plant ecology; soil science; wetland/riparian hydrology; environmental regulatory processes; statistical design and analysis; and plant taxonomy. Demonstrable technical writing ability and good communication skills are essential. For more information, click here.

 
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