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Job: Assistant Watershed Resources Specialist, CA
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

The Contra Costa Water District seeks an Assistant Watershed Resources Specialist The Assistant Watershed Resources Specialist assists with the overall protection, operation, and maintenance of the Los Vaqueros Watershed and District owned Conservation Lands. Collectively these lands total approximately 25,000 acres in Contra Costa, Alameda, and San Joaquin Counties. This position reports to the Los Vaqueros Watershed Office in Brentwood, California and provides field and technical support to Watershed Resources Specialists and the Watershed Superintendent. Primary duties of this position include supporting the stewardship and protection of valuable natural and cultural resources, assisting with the implementation of compensatory habitat mitigation programs, ensuring compliance with various regulatory commitments and District directives, implementing the watershed’s recreation program and maintaining support infrastructure. The position also monitors contractors, patrols remote areas and enforces District ordinances, reports fire and medical emergencies, supports emergency responders, and assists professionals with watershed access. For more information, click here. Final date to apply is April 7, 2014.

 
Job: Visiting Faculty Position in Biology - Ecology, Univ. of Richmond
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

The Department of Biology at the University of Richmond seeks to fill a full-time visiting faculty position (non-tenure track) for the 2014-15 academic year, beginning August 2014 and ending May 2015.  They are looking for a broadly trained biologist with expertise in ecology. All applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to high quality undergraduate education and an interest in teaching at a primarily undergraduate institution (PUI). Teaching expectations for this position include an introductory Ecology course with lab for biology and environmental studies majors and other ecology electives in the candidate’s area of expertise. Research space and equipment will be made available based on synergy with existing faculty research programs. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in hand by August 20, 2014. For more information, click here. Job No. 006181e.

 
Job: Assistant/Associate Professor in Agricultural Systems Science at Colorado State
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

The Department of Soil and Crop Sciences (SCS) at Colorado State University is recruiting for a tenure-track assistant/associate professor in the field of agricultural systems science. They seek a biophysically-oriented scientist who utilizes a systems perspective to study sustainable agricultural production emphasizing plant- and soil-based processes (water, nutrients, carbon, etc.). Candidates are sought that can link agricultural/cropping systems research with water quality/quantity and other sustainability issues in a water-limited region. SCS is a diverse department with strong Soil and Crop science contingents that directs itself towards multi-disciplinary approaches to environmental issues. The successful candidate will fit with SCS’s mission and will contribute to programs of the College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) by conducting research and teaching that is responsive to rapidly changing social, political, and environmental contexts and oriented toward finding solutions to critical environmental problems positioned within the food/water/energy nexus. For more information, click here.

 
Job: Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist In Restoration Ecology, CA
Monday, 17 March 2014 00:00

Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension (CE). An 11-month, career-track extension position with 100% CE responsibilities located in the Department of Plant Sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the UC Davis campus. This specialist will provide statewide research and extension leadership in restoration and conservation in working landscapes, ranging from natural to managed ecosystems (e.g., grasslands, woodlands, as well as associated freshwater wetlands). The position should address conservation and restoration of Californian plant communities that enhance production, wildlife habitat, fertile soil, erosion control, pollination, air and water quality, or pest management. This CE specialist will bring statewide leadership, visibility, and cohesion to the research and extension efforts of an interdisciplinary team of CE academics and Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) faculty as well as private and public stakeholders. This position will support relevant UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources strategic initiatives and program teams (http://ucanr.edu/About_ANR/). This CE specialist is expected to develop a nationally-recognized research and extension program, secure extramural funding, and publish research results in appropriate refereed journals and extension publications. The appointee will have the opportunity to support departmental teaching and direct graduate research. For more information, click here. Closing date is April 30, 2014.

 
Job: Assistant Professor of Science Communication, Univ. of Idaho
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

An Assistant Research Professor of Science Communication is sought for the Department of Conservation Social Sciences, McCall Field Campus/McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS), College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho. The position includes 60% teaching and advising, 25% scholarship, 10% outreach, and 5% service within the MOSS Graduate Residency program.  Commensurate with an academic year (9-month) non tenure-track appointment, the successful candidate will be responsible for teaching innovative graduate courses in the MOSS graduate program, including social science research methods and proposal development; advising graduate students, developing an externally funded research program to expand the research infrastructure and capacity at MOSS, and working across disciplines with faculty from other universities, colleges, and departments participating in the MOSS program. For more information, click here. Open for recruitment: March 12-April 24, 2014. Job No. 10000039574.

 
Job: Watershed Protection Coordinator, NC
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

The Mills River Partnership (MRP) seeks a  Watershed Protection Coordinator located in Mills River, North Carolina to support the MRP board in carrying out water quality protection projects. This is a request for proposals for services to be contracted. The Mills River Partnership is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization whose mission is to monitor, preserve, protect, and enhance the quality of the Mills River watershed, a drinking water supply watershed for Henderson and Buncombe counties. To accomplish this, the MRP analyses and identifies water quality problems, works with property owners through voluntary, soil, water and land conservation practices, and educates property owners and the public on watershed stewardship.

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Job: Staff Scientist, VA
Monday, 17 March 2014 00:00

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks a Staff Scientist to be based at their Virginia State Office located in Richmond.  This is a 3-year term, Blueprint funded position. The VA Staff Scientist helps guides the development of Virginia office positions on environmental legislation, regulations, funding, and compliance with existing regulatory programs with a focus on issues related to water quality and point and nonpoint source pollution. Reviews local/state/federal regulations/actions/policies, grant or cost share programs, and proposed projects for potential impacts upon surface and ground waters. Prepares briefing papers and reports that aid in the development of CBF positions on relevant issues; testifies and advocates CBF positions. Interacts with media and concerned citizens at the direction of the Virginia Senior Scientist. Represents CBF on various committees and at various state/regional/national technical conferences. For more information, click here. To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary history and requirements no later than April 1, 2014 to Human Resources/FY14-28-VS, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
Job: Natural Resources Manager, NJ
Monday, 17 March 2014 00:00

Friends of Princeton Open Space located in Princeton, New Jersey seeks a part-time (21-hour work week) Natural Resources Manager to oversee land stewardship in the Mountain Lakes Open Space Area.  This position reports to the Friends of Princeton Open Space Board of Trustees and the Chair of the Natural Resources Committee. Start Date: Immediate. Responsibilities include designing and implementing habitat restoration and enhancement projects, controlling invasive plant species, leading volunteer workdays, conducting plant inventories, and creating community outreach and education programs. Click here for a complete position description.

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