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  • Conservation Program Manager

    National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (NGRREC) has regionally placed several grant funded Land Conservation Specialists (LCS and Specialist) and a Conservation Program Manager to target and implement relevant conservation programs aimed at reducing sediment and nutrient loading, and improving wildlife habitat in the Illinois and Kaskaskia River Basins in a coordinated effort. Under supervision of the Conservation Program Manager” the Land Conservation Specialists work with EPA, NRCS, USFWS, and IDNR to actively target Best Management Practices (BMPs) or conservation practices on private lands, using sound data; hiring and training of LCS and other related staff; and on special projects as they arise with NGRREC℠ partners. As time allows the Manager will serve as a backup to perform certain duties assigned to those in LCS roles if it would become necessary.

  • Director of Natural Resources

    The Forest Preserve District of Kane County ’s Natural Resources Department is accepting applications for one (1) Director of Natural Resources. Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and managing all functions and activities of the Natural Resources department, including land management, wildlife management, habitat restoration, and compliance with all federal, state and local laws.

  • Energy Program Coordinator

  • EAST REGION FISH RESEARCH PROGRAM MANAGER:

    Make a difference in Natural Resources! Located in La Grande, provide administrative and2technical leadership to ensure consistency regarding data collection and analyses of anadromous fish lifecyclemonitoring, population dynamics, and habitat evaluations. Manage professional staff and leadefforts in research, monitoring, and evaluation studies in Oregon's Columbia River tributaries aboveBonneville Dam.

  • Wildlife Biologist 3 – Davidson County

    Under general supervision, is responsible for professional wildlife or fish management work of considerable difficulty; and performs related work as required.

  • Hydrologic Science Technician

    The Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory of the Southern Research Station is recruiting a Hydrologic Science Technician-GS-1316-06. The position will be advertised as a term two-year appointment. The position will be at the GS-6 level (salary range $35,306 to $46,294/yr plus standard Federal benefits). The duty station will be located at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory in Otto, NC.  The Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory has been in continuous operation since 1934 and the research program spans the continuum of basic to applied science. Coweeta is a Long-Term Ecological Research Site and works cooperatively with several universities, National Forests, and local, state, and other federal agencies.

  • Natural Resources Lab Coordinator and Collections Curator

    Purdue University’s Department of Forestry and Natural Resources solicits applicants to fill a full-time, fiscal-year position as Natural Resources Lab Coordinator and Collections Curator. The incumbent will: coordinate and participate in activities related to field and laboratory instruction of undergraduate natural resources courses that involve identification of plants and wildlife; develop and maintain the departmental collections of vertebrate and herbarium/arboretum specimens upon which these courses rely; organize equipment, vehicles and schedules, hire Teaching Assistants, provide orientations, and coordinate daily operations on behalf of faculty and staff as Director of the department's natural resources practicum; offer, on an annual basis, an undergraduate course in natural resources.

  • Project Coordinator – Saginaw Bay Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (SB-CISMA) in Saginaw, MI

    The Saginaw Bay Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area is a relatively young organization located in the Great Lakes region. It is a partnership of multiple organizations who combine their efforts in order to efficiently and effectively prevent and eliminate invasive species within the Saginaw Bay watershed.

  • NATIVE FISH INVESTIGATIONS MANAGER

    Make a difference in Oregon’s Natural Resources. Located in Corvallis, lead a team of researchers to plan, direct, and coordinate a complex statewide research and monitoring project that provides new data on Oregon's native fish (excluding salmon and steelhead).

  • WEST REGION FISH RESEARCH PROGRAM MANAGER

    Make a difference in Natural Resources! Located in Corvallis, provide administrative and technical leadership affecting the freshwater production of salmonids and monitoring coastal salmonid restoration. Provide critical input on status and trends of sensitive and threatened species, effects of management actions to achieve conservation and recovery actions and other fish management activities.

  • EAST REGION FISH RESEARCH PROGRAM MANAGER

    Make a difference in Natural Resources! Located in La Grande, provide administrative and technical leadership to ensure consistency regarding data collection and analyses of anadromous fish life-cycle monitoring, population dynamics, and habitat evaluations. Manage professional staff and lead efforts in research, monitoring, and evaluation studies in Oregon's Columbia River tributaries above Bonneville Dam

  • Bat Ecologist

    EnviroScience, Inc. (ES) is recognized as a leader in environmental consulting, ecological restoration, marine services, and biomonitoring in freshwater systems throughout the USA and Canada.  ES seeks to add a full time bat ecologist to our growing natural resources division at the Stow Ohio office. 

  • Great Lakes Commission position available: Communications Manager

    The Great Lakes Commission is looking for an experienced professional to lead its communications program. The Commission leads the development and advancement of policy and programs to achieve the collective interests of the ten states and provinces in the Great Lakes basin. On behalf of its member states and provinces, the Commission promotes the orderly, integrated, and comprehensive development, use, and conservation of the world’s largest body of fresh surface water. This position is responsible for developing and delivering communications services to support individual projects and the Commission’s overarching regional mission and mandate. The Communications Manager will have a lead role in developing and ensuring effective delivery of key messages, marketing and branding efforts directed at diverse audiences

  • ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN

    Skelly and Loy is seeking an individual to serve as an Environmental Field Technician to work on a variety of projects involving multiple environmental subject areas. The individual shall have the desire to expand their capabilities and experience through on-the–job training, professional courses, and study programs. Overnight travel and some occasional evening/weekend work will be involved.

  • JUNIOR WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER

    Skelly and Loy is seeking a full-time junior water resources engineer to join our Hunt Valley, Maryland team. The ideal candidate is experienced and knowledgeable in is ecosystem restoration, low impact development (LID), environmental site design (ESD), storm water management, erosion and sediment control, permitting and plan review, and construction oversight and inspection for both public and private clients within the Mid-Atlantic region.

  • SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST

    Skelly and Loy is seeking a senior environmental scientist to join our Hunt Valley, Maryland team. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual with natural resources and environmental planning expertise in the Mid-Atlantic region (Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia).

  • Natural Resource Specialist 2 (Assistant District Wildlife Biologist)

    NATURAL RESOURCE SPECIALIST 2 (ASSISTANT DISTRICT WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST): A Permanent, Full-time Position. Job #ODFW15-0124.Pay: $3,450.00 - $5,028.00 Monthly, Dates:

    Location: Fish & Wildlife-West Region, Charleston, Oregon.

  • Assistant Professor (Practice) - Coastal Fisheries

    This is a full-time, 12-month, fixed-term, Assistant Professor of Practice position with Oregon Sea Grant (OSG) and Oregon State University Extension Service (OSUES) serving the Oregon Coastal Region with specific emphasis on the North Coast & lower Columbia River. The position will be based in Astoria, Oregon and will report to the OSU Regional Administrator in consultation with the OSG Outreach & Engagement Leader.

  • Extension Program Specialist - Forestry

    The ISU Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management is currently seeking qualified applicants for an Extension Forestry Specialist II.

  • Procurement Forester in Central WI

    Seeking a professional forester with a bachelors degree or higher in Forest Administration or Forest Management that will procure and set up timber for a master logger in central Wisconsin.