Wetland Jobs Board

In addition to the job postings below, ASWM has compiled a list of links to water resources and/or wetland-related job postings.  Click here.  To submit a wetland-related job announcement to the ASWM site, send the job title, a brief description, a link to the full description, closing date, relevant contact info and website to sharon@aswm.org

Job: Regional Biologist, LA

Ducks Unlimited, Inc. in South Mississippi Flyway - Lafayette, Louisiana is seeking a motivated individual with a passion for wetlands and waterfowl to join their team and be responsible for the development, administration and delivery of varied wetland habitat conservation programs in the Gulf Coast. The successful applicant will work with many of DU’s conservation partners to review and recommend conservation projects, secure and administer project funding, ensure timely implementation of projects, provide technical assistance on wetland and waterfowl management issues, work with DU volunteers and fundraising staff and disseminate information on wetland and waterfowl conservation programs to state and federal agencies, DU members and supporters and other conservation partners. For more information, click here.

Geographic Ecology Cluster Hire - 3 positions, open rank, Univ. of Oklahoma

The Department of Biology at the University of Oklahoma invites applications for three tenured/tenure-track faculty positions at any rank, beginning in fall 2015. They are searching for creative, collaborative thinkers who use integrative approaches to address fundamental ecological questions at regional to global scales. Their ultimate goal is to enhance their expertise in geographical and aquatic ecology toward predicting ecological and evolutionary responses to global change. The search is open to theoretical, lab, and field biologists working on any taxa. In this cluster hire, they seek:


Job: Assistant Professor - Ecosystem Ecologist

The College of Science, Health, and Engineering invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Biology in area of Ecosystem Ecology to begin mid-September 2015. The successful applicant will be expected to (1) teach courses in ecology and area of expertise, contribute to introductory courses for majors and non-majors, and possibly to the Environmental Science Program; (2) develop and sustain an active research program that complements the strengths of our faculty. (3) obtain external funding to support scholarly activities; (4) supervise master's theses and undergraduate research; (5) advise and mentor undergraduate students in Biology and Environmental Science; (6) professionally engage with the local community; (7) engage in effective teaching and assessment of learning outcomes; and (8) candidates are encouraged to express their interest and/or experience in online learning. For more information, click here. Closing date November 15, 2014. Job No. 2008834.  

Job: Executive Director, SER, Washington, DC

The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) seeks a full-time Executive Director in Washington, DC. Primary responsibilities for the Executive Director position include: fundraising, representing the Society with global partners and the public, managing day-to-day operations and supervising a three-person staff, and overseeing the Society’s conference programs, publications, membership services, and global partnerships. For more information, click here. Apply by November 14, 2014.



Job: Brown Teacher-Scholar Fellow in Ecology, Stetson Univ., Deland, FL

Stetson University invites applications for a full-time Brown Teacher-Scholar Fellow position in the Department of Biology to start in the Spring 2015 semester. They invite applications from biologists interested in collaborating with current Stetson faculty and mentoring undergraduate research projects in Aquatic Biology or Herpetology. The Brown Teacher-Scholar Fellows participate in faculty development programs, collaborate with current faculty, and mentor undergraduate research. This position is funded by the Brown Faculty Fellow Program for one year with an option for a second year appointment after satisfactory performance. For more information, click here. Open until filled.


Job: Climate Adaptation Manager, MD

The National Wildlife Federation seeks a full time Climate Adaptation Manager located in Annapolis, Maryland.  The Climate Adaptation Manager will be responsible for managing National Wildlife Federation's coastal climate change adaptation work in the Mid-Atlantic Region focused on preparing for and addressing the impacts of climate change on wildlife and their habitats along the East coast. This position will work to promote the application of climate-smart conservation practices in wildlife and habitat conservation and restoration, and the use of nature-based approaches for protecting human communities from the impacts of climate change. He/She will be part of a national team at NWF focused on addressing and mitigating the impacts of climate change on wildlife, natural systems, ecosystem services, and human coastal communities and will work on projects of regional and national significance. For more information, click here.

Job: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Texas Water Resources Institute

The Texas Water Resources Institute seeks a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate focusing on watershed assessment and planning. Assists principal investigators with watershed and water quality assessments that identify and quantify sources of water quality pollutants and works to develop watershed based plan(s) to restore water quality. The intent of this project is to develop a complete understanding of pollutant loading and its connections to instream water quality and use that information to guide plan development. Actively engaging watershed stakeholders during the investigation and planning process through facilitating meetings and discussions on watershed sources, function, health and water quality will be critical to the successful completion of this program.   For more information, click here.

Job: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Biology with Specialization in Ecology, Univ. of Dayton, OH

The Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Biology, specializing in Ecology, to join the faculty beginning August 16, 2015. All areas of specialization in ecology will be considered, with preference given to candidates with a strong field component to their research. They particularly seek candidates with experience advising and teaching students from diverse backgrounds, and who will contribute to our collaborative culture. For more information, click here. Posting No. F00112P. Closing date: December 1, 2014.