Fish & Wildlife Biologist (GS-7/9) (Multiple Locations) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Responsibilities These are developmental positions designed to prepare employees for the full performance level work (GS-11). The primary purpose of these positions is to provide biological support on a variety of issues relating to restoration and conservation of fish and wildlife and their habitats. Responsibilities may include: Conducting a wide variety of complex biological and ecological surveys, investigations or inspections involving complex land and water resource development actions Assessing restoration and project impacts for the involved area Assisting or developing fish and/or wildlife recovery or management plans to insure conservation and enhancement of fish and/or wildlife and their habitat for a geographic area
Wildlife Biologist (GS-14) (Multiple Locations) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Responsibilities Serves as principal liaison between the Service and the assigned Flyway Council and other agencies and organizations within the assigned Flyway for cooperative migratory bird management activities by coordinating Federal and State actions to achieve mutual objectives. Provides policy advice to the Service Directorate through the Chief, DMBM, regarding migratory bird management issues within the assigned Flyway. Communicates Service policies, objectives, and plans to the assigned Flyway Council and its member States, Territories, and Provinces. Provides technical guidance and support to the Service and assigned Flyway Council for migratory bird management in the assigned Flyway, including: (1) population objectives..
Biological Science Technician (GS-5/6) (Maricao, PR) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Assists Wildlife Biologists and Senior Technician in the routine maintenance of the captive Puerto Rican Parrot flock, participates in the preparation of food for captive birds and daily cleaning of bird cages, collects information on behavior, breeding activity and safety and flock health problems. Observes birds on a daily basis and assists implement management actions. Assists in the captive population studies related to the management of the Puerto Rican Parrot flock including accurate record keeping and management of computerized database. Carries out wildlife studies by following research methods and established procedures for accomplishing and reporting the work and captures, applies visual and radio tags, and gathers
Environmental Contaminants Biologist (GS-12/13) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Serving as the North Atlantic-Appalachian Regional Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR) Coordinator, being the authority and principle source for technical, financial, and administrative guidance in developing and implementing Regional NRDAR activities related to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Oil Pollution Act (OPA), ensuring regionwide and nationwide consistency in Regional conduct of damage assessments and resource restoration. Coordinating with designated Regional Field Spill Response Coordinators regarding participation on planning teams; identifying the need for and developing best management practices; spill response trainings; responding to spill events
Environmental Scientist - Ocean Protection Council
The California Ocean Protection Council (OPC) is hiring two Environmental Scientists to help advance priorities in the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan to Protect California’s Coast and Ocean. One position will help lead efforts related to coastal wetlands, watersheds, coastal and marine water quality, and equity. The other position will support California’s MPA management efforts related to outreach and education, research and monitoring, compliance and enforcement, and policy and permitting.
State Policy and Advocacy Manager - League of Conservation Voters
We are looking for a State Policy and Advocacy Manager who will play a key role strengthening collaboration across the Conservation Voter Movement, identifying and broadly sharing lessons learned and helping develop, implement and design advocacy campaigns that result in local policy victories. The ideal candidate will have experience working collaboratively with state-based coalitions and organizations, know what it takes to translate policy details into compelling issue campaign demands and have familiarity with digital and communications tools to amplify our collective impact.
2020 Fellowship - Wild Gift
This summer, Wild Gift will select a group of environmental entrepreneurs for a fellowship rooted in wilderness-based programs that develop leadership and business skills while building a lifelong support network. Fellows receive a guided 3-week wilderness trek in the Idaho backcountry (TBD due to COVID-19), a mid-Fellowship retreat self-organized by the Fellows with support from Wild Gift, and a 1-week wilderness retreat and celebration at Fellowship close (in September 2021). Fellows also receive travel stipends and access to entrepreneurship mentor(s). Applicants must be U.S. or Canadian citizens between the ages of 21 and 35 with a social or environmental venture that will lead to a better world. Apply at https://wildgift.org/apply
Solar Teacher - Frankford High School, School District of Philadelphia
Frankford High School is hiring a teacher for the first Solar Energy Career and Technical Education (CTE) program ever offered in Pennsylvania. The training will be offered as a three-year program to prepare 10th-12th grade students for jobs in solar, electrical, and energy efficiency. The Philadelphia Energy Authority is leading the development of the “Bright Solar Futures” program, preparing the solar training lab and curriculum for the program launch. Applicants must have at least 2-5 years of experience in solar energy, building energy efficiency, construction, clean energy, sustainability, STEM education, or a related field. The selected candidate may be eligible for an emergency teaching certificate.
Life Scientist/Physical Scientist/Environmental Engineer - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
At the entry level of this position, you will: - Participate in environmental protection projects and activities related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, superfund or brownfields, or environmental data; - Provide technical assistance or advice on data analysis, analytical methods, sampling techniques, etc. related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, Superfund or Brownfields, or environmental data; - Perform limited or routine aspects of environmental protection work related to air, water, land or habitat protection, permitting, enforcement and compliance, or environmental data;
International Program Specialist - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Responsibilities This position serves as policy advisor and program officer. It is responsible for developing and implementing cooperative activities with other Federal agencies, organizations, individuals and foreign governments to combat wildlife trafficking. The incumbent serves as staff specialist, liaison officer, and consultant for Combating Wildlife Trafficking (CWT) and works on the many complex ecological, economic, and political problems involved in formulating and guiding CWT projects. Prepares and recommends policy and program guidelines relating to the Service's international activities. Develops wildlife conservation concepts with which the United States can assist foreign nations through education and training