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Fish & Wildlife Biologist (GS-11) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Posted: April 29, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Denver (CO)

POSITIONS NATIONWIDE. Duties: 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 having a variety of habitat conditions.

Fish & Wildlife Biologist (GS7-9) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Posted: April 29, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Denver (CO)

POSITIONS NATIONWIDE Duties 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 having a variety of habitat conditions.

Project Director - The Pew Charitable Trusts

Posted: April 28, 2020
Posted by: Bobby Hayden
Location: Portland (OR)

The project director, conserving marine life in the U.S. (CMLUS) is responsible for delivering campaign outcomes focusing on nearshore and coastal habitat conservation as well as ecosystem-based fisheries management. They will do this by leading development and implementation of plans and activities to execute a five-year conserving marine life in the U.S. strategic plan. The ideal candidate has significant experience managing professional staff and designing and implementing successful environmental campaigns with a coastal habitat and fisheries management focus. This position supervises a team focused on Pacific coastal and ocean conservation.

Policy Analyst - PennFuture

Posted: April 28, 2020
Posted by: Abigail Jones
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Pittsburgh (PA)

PennFuture is seeking a dynamic Policy Analyst to develop and promote policy, advocacy, and educational content as part of a new rapid response initiative surrounding the petrochemical industry. An ideal candidate understands rapid response-style communications and can balance accuracy with timeliness on a consistent, daily basis. The incumbent will also be expected to conduct in-depth and substantive research into the petrochemical, fracked gas and plastics industries, and will be expected to write talking points, reports, fact sheets, and white papers that can be used in presentations, blogs, social media, and other public-facing communications. Deadline to apply is May 15.

NETWORK DIRECTOR - Power Shift Network

Posted: April 28, 2020
Posted by: Lori Braunstein
Location: Remote (Remote)

Our new Network Director will be stepping into a tight-knit team of six, and will take ownership of Network Engagement, including recruitment, collaboration, and leadership development with Network members. Our ideal candidate will be a self-starter, with a commitment to building youth power and movements for social justice. Ideally, they will have some familiarity with Network Theory, youth leadership development, and/or movement building.

Hold Our Leaders Accountable on Climate - The Public Interest Network

Posted: April 27, 2020
Location: Denver (CO)

Colorado's Climate Defender Organizers are responsible for recruiting, developing and mobilizing powerful teams of concerned Coloradans to become climate volunteers in critical communities and on college campuses across the state. As a Climate Defender Organizer, you will work with our existing network of members and activists, and expand volunteer teams in key political areas and on college campuses to ensure support from local decision-makers for climate action. Whether it's educational events, rallies, or bringing Coloradans to meet one-on-one with their elected officials, you and your volunteers will push decision-makers to lead on climate change.

Environmental Policy Associate - Frontier Group

Posted: April 27, 2020
Location: Boston (MA)

Frontier Group hires college graduates into two-year associate positions. Associates split their time between policy analysis work with Frontier Group and a program of intensive training and hands-on experience in public interest advocacy and organizing conducted in partnership with the Public Interest Network. Associates in their first year spend about half their time working on policy analysis and writing with Frontier Group, increasing to about 75 percent in their second year. Upon successful completion of the two-year program, the associate will be eligible for a policy analyst position within Frontier Group, or may choose to be considered for a leadership role with one of our partner organizations.

Environmental Policy Associate - Frontier Group

Posted: April 27, 2020
Location: Boston (MA)

Frontier Group hires college graduates into two-year associate positions. Associates split their time between policy analysis work with Frontier Group and a program of intensive training and hands-on experience in public interest advocacy and organizing conducted in partnership with the Public Interest Network. Associates in their first year spend about half their time working on policy analysis and writing with Frontier Group, increasing to about 75 percent in their second year. Upon successful completion of the two-year program, the associate will be eligible for a policy analyst position within Frontier Group, or may choose to be considered for a leadership role with one of our partner organizations.

Biologist (GS-9) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Posted: April 27, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Lakewood (CO)

Compiles resources, such as plans, lists, and reports needed to identify and prioritize refuge priority natural resources that occur on individual refuges. Identifies and catalogs information needed to prepare conservation summaries for priority resources of concern from available sources, such as GAP analysis; geographic information system(s) analysis; and published literature. Prepares preliminary draft summaries of the ecology, viability, threats, and contributing factors for each priority resource of concern. Assists in the identification of priority refuge plant and animal species, species groups, and communities such as those identified in refuge purpose(s). Provides technical assistance to planning teams in prioritizing resources

Biologist (GS-12) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Posted: April 27, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Lakewood (CO)

Collaborates with and provides technical assistance to planning teams including refuge field station and natural resources program staff, in the identification and prioritization of refuge Resources Concern (ROC), development of wildlife and habitat management objectives, and development and documentation of inventory and monitoring plans. Identifies priority refuge plant and animal species, species groups, and communities such as those identified in refuge purpose(s). Drafts summaries of the existing elements of biological integrity, diversity, and environmental health and the processes that contribute to their maintenance on the refuge and surrounding landscape. Leads refuge planning teams to develop and document outcome-oriented objec

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