Biologist/Botanist - WestLand Resources Inc.
Required qualifications: • A Bachelor's degree in a Biological Field-Oriented Program • Demonstrated technical writing capabilities • Demonstrated plant identification skills with Southwest flora • Ability to work in a fast-paced and creative environment • Field experience in the southwest strongly preferred • Advanced degree in a Biological Field Oriented Program preferred Key Functions: • Conduct Field Survey and Investigations • Team/field crew management and training • Development of Biological Permitting/Compliance Documents • Maintain current knowledge of relevant field and regulations • Task Management • Departmental Support • Additional relat
Wildlife Biologist (Migratory Birds) GS9-11 - Dept Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Subject: Position Open: Wildlife Biologist GS-486-9 11, Migratory Birds The following position is open in USAJobs: Wildlife Biologist (Migratory Birds) GS-486-9/11 Permanent, Full-Time Regional Office, Albuquerque, NM Open: 4/12/18 Close 4/23/18 R2-18-10187942-CS-DE R2-18-10187941-CS-MP
Project Coordinator - Audubon Pennsylvania
Audubon Pennsylvania has been working in Philadelphia for more than 10 years, engaging Philadelphians in on-the-ground habitat work, environmental education in schools, and community planning projects. The Project Coordinator will lead and/or assist with delivering conservation, education and outreach programs around the city, stemming from the needs of local teachers and leaders. S/he will work closely with Philadelphia staff to strengthen and expand Audubon's programs and deepen the organization's work within targeted communities. This is a permanent full-time opportunity. The Coordinator will work from the Discovery Center in East Fairmount Park and be directed and supervised by the Program Manager, Community Stewardship.
2018-19 Fellowship - Wild Gift
Each summer, Wild Gift selects a group of "better world entrepreneurs" for a 12-month fellowship that includes mentoring, fundraising support, and wilderness-based programs that teach leadership and business skills while building a lifelong support network. Fellows receive a guided three week wilderness trek in the Idaho backcountry (Sept. 2018) as well as a one week whitewater river rafting trip on the Salmon River in Idaho (Sept. 2019). Fellows also receive mentoring and support for their social venture that will lead to a better world. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, or Canadian citizens between the ages of 21 and 35. Apply at https://wildgift.org/apply
Fellowship Program - Environment America
Imagine yourself organizing a town hall meeting on solar power. Or building a community coalition to keep local waters clean. Imagine building the organizational power—the funds, the membership, the activist base and more— that it takes to keep all of this critical work going for the long haul. That’s what you’ll do with Environment America. We work to mobilize support it takes to build more solar and wind power, reduce global warming pollution, keep our beaches, rivers and streams clean, protect our wildlife and wild places, and hold polluters accountable when they violate our environmental laws. Rising to these challenges is our mission and our cause. If you see it as your mission too, this is the place for you.
Environmental Sustainability Leader - Tarkett
Job Number: 03200 At Tarkett, we believe in creating value for our customers in a sustainable way. We want our products and activities to contribute positively to the environment and people’s quality of life. If this sounds like an amazing opportunity to you, we invite you to REDESIGN THE FUTURE OF SOCIETY WITH US! Tarkett is seeking an experienced and strategic Sustainability Leader to join our successful and growing Sustainability and Environmental team. The Sustainability Leader will provide technical support directing selected 3rd party certifications of products and environmental systems.
Introductory Biology Lab Coordinator - Canisius College
This is a full-time staff position that includes an excellent benefits package, to include access to a higher education tuition exchange program for eligible dependents. A Bachelor of Science degree in the Biological Sciences or in a closely related discipline is required, Master degree preferred. This individual will be an active part of our Biology team that collaboratively reorganizes, reinvents and integrates laboratory material into the curriculum. The position reports to the Department Chair of the Biology Department. Review of applications begins April 20, 2018.
Development Director - Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors (ECO)
The Development Director leads the effort to raise funds for the organization, thereby furthering the mission of Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors (ECO) to connect kids to nature. The Development Director creates and implements an annual Development Plan and cultivates and maintains relationships with individual, corporate, and foundation donors. Communications with donors are carried out in cooperation with the Communications Specialist. The Development Director supervises one part-time (15hr/wk) Development Associate. The Development Director, with support from the Development Associate, understands, utilizes, and maintains the donor database. ECO is very interested in interviewing diverse candidates for this position.
Program Director, Northeast Policy - Energy Foundation
Energy Foundation seeks an energy policy expert and passionate advocate to develop and fund multi-year regional and state policy strategies for the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic region, particularly in the priority states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, that will achieve ambitious and regionally aligned policy goals in the power, buildings, transportation, and climate sectors. A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 10 years of energy policy experience are required; power sector expertise is preferred. Knowledge of state-level energy policy is required as well. Successful candidates will have expertise in one or more of the following areas: utility regulation, power markets, renewable energy, energy efficiency, buildings, or transportation.
Development and Communications Manager - Public Lab
This position is responsible for maintaining and administering the daily activities of Public Lab fundraising and external communications. This position manages current Public Lab grants, writes material for fundraising asks and development communication, and creates workflows for external facing communication outlets including Public Lab's monthly newsletter, blog, social media accounts and print publication. This position works closely with the Executive Director, playing an important role in supporting Public Lab's capacity by coordinating development and communication efforts, researching funding opportunities, and growing and maintaining the individual donor base. (Note: Highly qualified remote candidates will be considered.)