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Job: Research Technician in Coastal Wetland Biogeochemistry, LA
Monday, 09 June 2014 00:00

The Roberts Lab of Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON)is seeking a research technician to participate in a series of field studies and laboratory experiments examining the effects of the Macondo Oil Spill on coastal marsh ecosystems. The technician will join a large, multi-institution team of researchers in the Coastal Waters Consortium (cwc.lumcon.edu), a BP GoMRI-funded project studying the impacts of the oil spill and future spills on salt marshes and coastal environments. The position is associated with a collaborative subproject on wetland biogeochemistry and microbial ecology between Drs. Brian Roberts (LUMCON), Anne Giblin (Marine Biological Laboratory), and Anne Bernhard (Connecticut College). The objectives of the project are to improve our understanding of temporal and spatial patterns in marsh biogeochemical process rates, associated microbial communities, and factors regulating rates and to evaluate the impact of oil exposure on marsh biogeochemical processes and associated microbial communities. The research technician will support the field and laboratory analytical activities designed to accomplish these objectives. The position will be based at LUMCON and will require extensive field and laboratory work. This is a unique opportunity to collaborate with top scientists from around the United States in a large, interdisciplinary research project of great importance to the US Gulf Coast and other ecosystems impacted by oil-related activities.

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Job: Associate, Clean Water Supply, PA
Monday, 09 June 2014 00:00

American Rivers seeks a Conservation Associate for the Clean Water Supply Program in Pennsylvania. The Associate will promote policies and practices to local, state and regional governments to use green infrastructure and increase natural hydrologic function in the management of water resources, particularly stormwater runoff. Specifically, the Associate will support projects in Pennsylvania that demonstrate green infrastructure or serve to increase green infrastructure implementation locally. These projects may include outreach and education, providing technical assistance through workshops, sharing innovations and lessons learned through webinars, developing and disseminating tools such as planning resources on water quality benefits, financing strategies and/or the regulatory framework for water resource management that benefits from green infrastructure practices. The Associate will work closely with American Rivers’ staff, especially the Clean Water Supply Program, and will be guided in the development of these projects by the Director of Clean Water Supply in Pennsylvania. This full-time position is fully funded for one year but may be extended if the existing funding is renewed or new funding is secured. For more information, click here. Applications will be considered immediately.

 
Graduate Research Assistant Position, MS State Univ.
Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00

The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi seeks a Graduate Research Assistant. Project Title: Movement ecology of American beavers on DOD land in northern Alabama. The graduate research assistant will develop and conduct a research project to understand 1) the effects of food resource distributions on the movement patterns of American beavers at wetland scales using telemetry; and 2) the effects of habitat structure and suitability on population genetic structure differentiation and gene flow of the beavers at landscape scales using microsatellite analysis and spatial analysis.  The student will collect field data, conduct DNA and microsatellite analysis in labs, write manuscripts for publications, and present findings in professional society meetings.  The student will closely work with Wildlife Research Biologists from the USDA APHIS National Wildlife Research Center. 

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Job: Wetland Scientist - Mitigation Monitoring, NJ
Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00

Amy S. Greene Environmental Consultants seeks a Wetland Scientist to perform wetland mitigation project construction and post construction monitoring, wetland delineation, wetland permitting, and vegetation and wildlife surveys. BS Biology or related field. Knowledge of plant identification, wetland delineation methodology, soils, and wetland hydrology. Construction monitoring experience preferred. 1-3 years professional experience. Work will require some travel primarily in the MidAtlantic Region with most projects located in New Jersey. Amy S. Greene Environmental Consultants, Inc., established in 1986, is a highly respected firm in the field of wetlands delineation, permitting, restoration design and construction. Send letter of interest, resume, salary requirements and references to Amy Greene, President, Amy S. Greene Environmental Consultants, Inc., 4 Walter Foran Blvd, Flemington, NJ 08822,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Job: Water Resources Engineer/Scientist, VT
Monday, 09 June 2014 00:00

Stone Environmental, Inc. is seeking a project engineer or scientist with a strong background in applied water science to join their Water Resources Management Group in Montpelier, Vermont. The successful applicant will provide technical support for a variety of stormwater management projects involving the modeling, design, permitting and implementation of strategic and/or innovative systems, conduct hydrologic/hydraulic analysis and surface water quality evaluations, and support soil and groundwater investigations. This position will report to the leader of the Water Resources Management Group. For more information, click here or go directly here

 
Job: Wetland Scientist, OH, WV, PA
Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00

Dawood Engineering, Inc. a rapidly growing consulting engineering firm is seeking a Wetland Scientist for our Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania office locations. The candidates should have a minimum of 1 to 7 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry and hold a Bachelors degree in Biology, Environmental Science or other relevant field. Seeking entry level and extensive experience performing wetland identification, delineation, mitigation along with a working knowledge of and experience with federal and state regulations and permitting requirements is required. The qualified candidate must demonstrate a strong background and experience in wetland science, soil science, and botany. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, flexibility in work assignments, and the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams are necessary. This position requires travel and overnight stays; typically 50 to 75% of the time will be spent in the field. For more information, click here.

 
Postdoctoral Position at FIU, Miami: Benthic Algal Community Ecology
Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00

Florida International University (FIU), Miami, Florida (Gaiser Lab & Southeast Environmental Research Center) seeks a talented and enthusiastic postdoctoral researcher to work with a team of researchers studying the mechanisms of community change in the Everglades. This expansive ecosystem encompasses a matrix of communities arrayed along environmental gradients driven by water flow and quality that respond to climate variability and water management decisions. Landscape-scale hydrologic restoration on a backdrop of climate change provides a novel experimental medium for understanding the mechanisms and trajectories of community change. Many Everglades habitats are functionally engineered by substantial mat-forming benthic microbial communities, so determining factors driving the structural organization of benthic mats is necessary to understand larger-scale ecosystem patterns and transformations. This research is enabled by the intersection of large-scale surveys, including 10+ years of carefully designed system-wide assessments, and long-term observational and experimental research of the Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) program at FIU.

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Job: Environmental Specialist (NEPA/Policy/Training), PA
Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00

McCormick Taylor’s Harrisburg office is seeking a qualified Environmental Specialist to support transportation clients with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) processes, policy development and training. The successful candidate should have knowledge and experience working with NEPA documents for transportation projects, preferably in PA. For more information, click here.

 
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