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On-call Biologist
GEI Consultants, Inc.
Junior to mid-level biologist to assist with the following: (1) conduct plant/wildlife surveys, biological literature searches, and mapping of biological resources; (2) conduct habitat mapping and assessments; (3) conduct environmental awareness training and construction compliance monitoring; (4) maintain notes and prepare technical reports; and (5) have fun working with other team members!
Link: geiconsultantsinc.ourcareerpages.com
Student Intern - Part-time - Hawaii Birds
San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research
PRIMARY PURPOSE
The San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research is seeking a Student Intern to join our efforts to save endangered birds from extinction in Hawai‘i. This Student Intern opportunity will provide an exciting and unique learning experience for students currently enrolled in an accredited college program. The Student Intern will work alongside and learn from staff members and collaborators on Hawai‘i Island in a professional work environment. These teams conduct conservation breeding, reintroductions, and associated activities for endangered Hawaiian birds.

This is an exciting opportunity for students who are passionate about caring for and stewarding the land. This position will be based at a remote field site and/or the Keauhou Bird Conservation Center, both near or in Volcano, on Hawaii Island. Qualifications include: current enrollment in an accredited college program, excitement to learn skills and gain experiences to help save Hawaiian birds from extinction, and at least 18 years of age with a valid/current driver license and in good standing with the DMV. Selected candidate must be able to identify diverse colored identification tags on birds.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Performs a wide variety of duties
• Continues post-secondary education pursuits
• May have completed post-secondary education while obtaining applicable job experience
• Performs special assignments as required
• Obtains professional development
• Serves as a resource to assigned department
• Maintains a variety of contacts in order to respond to inquiries and requests
• Adheres to all SDZG and department policies and practices
• Practices the GRRREAT Customer Service Standards

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES
• Performs a wide variety of duties, depending upon the assigned department's needs
• Applies educational knowledge to department relevance’s
• Suggest new ideas related to the projects assigned



Link: https://usr57.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/sdzg/Posting/View/1230
Environmental Scientist
Department of Water Resources
https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=187448
Link: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=187448
Environmental Scientist
Department of Water Resources
https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=188296
Link: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=188296
Wildlife Biologist
Nomad Ecology
On-Call or Part-time position
Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1ly4px1zjuitsm3/AACgHQYlGN-hUOoue7D6C9dca?dl=0
Wildlife Biologist
Swaim Biological, Inc
Part time, on-call, flexible
Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist
CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife
See link below or search at CalCareers.ca.gov
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=190245
Research Associate
Swaim Biological, Inc
Seeking Quntitave Ecologist. PhD with publications history, preferably with herpetological expertise.
Seasonal Biological Technician
McCormick Biological, Inc.
McCormick Biological, Inc. (MBI) is a biological consulting firm based out of Bakersfield, CA, that specializes in the biological resources of the San Joaquin Valley and surrounding areas. We are seeking applicants for several temporary positions available on or ‪after April 15, 2020‬ and ending on or ‪before September 30, 2020‬. Applicants do not need to be available for the entire period; however, availability for the majority of the period will increase an applicant’s competitiveness for a position. Graduates or students majoring in biology, environmental science, or related fields who have completed at least their sophomore year are encouraged to apply. Start and end dates can be flexible, depending on availability.
 
General Job Description:
Under the direct supervision of experienced staff, seasonal employees will work on teams to conduct transect surveys following agency-approved methods for the detection of state- and federal-listed species including, but not limited to, blunt-nosed leopard lizard (Gambelia sila). In-house and field training will be provided. Duties may also include general maintenance/preparation of field equipment and other administrative tasks as assigned.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1705190003
Biologist
Ascent Environmental
Does this describe you?
You are the type of person who enjoys using your biological training and analytical skills to solve challenging environmental problems. You are highly motivated to work as part of a project team to guide a project through the regulatory compliance process, meet client objectives, and protect sensitive biological resources. You believe strongly in the value of preparing well thought-out, concise, and clearly written reports so that land use planners, environmental regulators, and other decision-makers have technically accurate, objective, and reliable information to support their decisions.

We are looking for someone who enjoys preparing reports and using supporting evidence to concisely describe biological conditions and clearly articulate the analytical thinking and path to a technical conclusion. Excellent writing skills are important. We are seeking a candidate with a BS or MS in Biology, Ecology, or a related field and a minimum of 2-3 years of relevant experience. Required skills include extensive knowledge of California habitats and wildlife species and excellent writing abilities. The candidate will be working on interesting and complex projects located throughout California, especially in the Sierra Nevada and foothills, and central valley.

Ascent offers a supportive, fun, and intellectually challenging workplace environment with excellent benefits. We invest in our employees’ careers and welfare and strive to provide high-quality outcomes for our clients. We offer flexible hours, collegial teamwork, participation on important and challenging projects, opportunities to contribute to and join in service events for our local communities, and regular performance recognition.
Link: http://ascentenvironmental.com/contact-us/careers/biologist1/
Senior Biologist
Ascent Environmental
Does this describe you?
You have greatly enjoyed field biology work, and yet, also relish collaboration with other natural resources professionals and agency staff to solve challenging resource problems. Recently, you’ve been wanting to apply your senior-level skills to lead more projects, mentor other biologists, and provide key input in those problem-solving collaborations. You are team-oriented and highly motivated to guide a project through the regulatory compliance process, meet client objectives, and protect sensitive biological resources. Analytical thinking and writing quality are core skills. You believe strongly in the value of well-conceived, concise, and clearly written analysis, so that planners, regulators, and public agency officials have technically accurate, objective, and reliable information to support their decisions.

We are looking for a senior biologist to be a key member of Ascent’s Natural Resources practice; the location would be in our growing San Diego office. Excellent writing skills are important. Candidates should have a BS or MS in Biology, Ecology, or a related field and a minimum of 5-8+ years of relevant experience. Required are extensive knowledge of California habitats and wildlife species and strong interpersonal skills. The candidate will be working on interesting and complex projects throughout California.

Ascent offers a supportive, fun, and intellectually challenging workplace environment with excellent benefits. We invest in our employees’ careers and welfare and strive to provide high-quality outcomes for our clients. We offer flexible hours, collegial teamwork, participation on important and challenging projects, opportunities to contribute to and join in service events for our local communities, and regular performance recognition.
Link: http://ascentenvironmental.com/contact-us/careers/senior-biologist/
Biological Monitor
Environmental Science Associates
Join our growing team of employee-owners through this entry level opportunity for biological monitoring and reporting on one of the largest construction projects in CA. Position is full time, seasonal with opportunities for permanent placement following 6 months. Stop by our booth for details.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=18728&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Field Biologist
Bargas Environmental Consulting
Bargas Environmental Consulting, LLC (Bargas) is seeking high-quality candidates to fill As-Needed Field Biologist positions within 100 miles from the Los Angeles, Riverside, Bakersfield areas. Bargas offers competitive hourly pay, opportunities for advancement, and a positive, supportive work environment. Bargas provides environmental solutions for a developing world and strives to provide the highest quality analysis and project management in support of sustainable planning and energy solutions. Our Biological Resources Program is growing – come join us!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/field-biologist-596931c11f490d3c
Field Biologist
Bargas Environmental Consulting
Bargas Environmental Consulting, LLC (Bargas) is seeking high-quality candidates to fill As-Needed Field Biologist positions within 100 miles from the Los Angeles, Riverside, Bakersfield areas. Bargas offers competitive hourly pay, opportunities for advancement, and a positive, supportive work environment. Bargas provides environmental solutions for a developing world and strives to provide the highest quality analysis and project management in support of sustainable planning and energy solutions. Our Biological Resources Program is growing – come join us!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/field-biologist-4a0d6ed5089b9825
Field Biologist
Bargas Environmental Consulting
Bargas Environmental Consulting, LLC (Bargas) is seeking high-quality candidates to fill As-Needed Field Biologist positions within 100 miles from the Los Angeles, Riverside, Bakersfield areas. Bargas offers competitive hourly pay, opportunities for advancement, and a positive, supportive work environment. Bargas provides environmental solutions for a developing world and strives to provide the highest quality analysis and project management in support of sustainable planning and energy solutions. Our Biological Resources Program is growing – come join us!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/field-biologist-821b1b1a972e51a9
Field Biologist
Bargas Environmental Consulting
Bargas Environmental Consulting, LLC (Bargas) is seeking high-quality candidates to fill As-Needed Field Biologist positions to support projects based near the cities of Merced, Fresno, and Visalia. Bargas offers competitive hourly pay, opportunities for advancement, and a positive, supportive work environment. Bargas provides environmental solutions for a developing world and strives to provide the highest quality analysis and project management in support of sustainable planning and energy solutions. Our Biological Resources Program is growing – come join us!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=Bargas-Environmental-Consulting&t=Field+Biologist&jk=99e0886033778b26&q=bargas&vjs=3
Field Biologist
Bargas Environmental Consulting
Bargas Environmental Consulting, LLC (Bargas) is seeking high-quality candidates to fill As-Needed Field Biologist positions to support projects based near the cities of Merced, Fresno, and Visalia. Bargas offers competitive hourly pay, opportunities for advancement, and a positive, supportive work environment. Bargas provides environmental solutions for a developing world and strives to provide the highest quality analysis and project management in support of sustainable planning and energy solutions. Our Biological Resources Program is growing – come join us!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=Bargas-Environmental-Consulting&t=Field+Biologist&jk=4ab08008dfe91e4a&q=Bargas&vjs=3
Botanist/Biologist
ECORP Consulting. Inc.
ECORP Consulting, Inc. is looking for a mid-level botanist/biologist to join the Natural Resources Department in our Rocklin office. We are seeking someone with excellent plant identification skills and taxonomic knowledge in a wide range of habitats, with particular experience in the Central Valley’s vernal pool grassland community.

 

The biologist will perform the following job tasks:

 

Conduct/lead field surveys for rare, threatened, and endangered plants and invasive weeds

Conduct/lead vegetation surveys and habitat assessments

Conduct/lead monitoring surveys of open space preserves and restoration areas

Organize and schedule needed surveys for the field season

Prepare reports summarizing field survey results

Prepare studies to support environmental permit applications and CEQA/NEPA biological sections

Make determinations about the potential of rare plant species to occur in a given area

Prepare cost estimates for plant survey work

Assist with permit applications, other document preparation, and other field efforts as appropriate

Support and train junior level staff

 

The ideal candidate for this position will have the following skills and experience:

 

Bachelor’s Degree in ecology, botany or related field required. Master’s or PhD a plus.

Minimum of 3 years related work or research experience. Consulting experience a plus.

Excellent plant ID skills including keying plants with the Jepson Manual and communities with the Manual of California Vegetation.
Link: http://ecorpconsulting.com/careers/index.html
Mid-level Biologist/Project Manager
ECORP Consulting Inc.
ECORP Consulting, Inc. is searching for 2 qualified individuals to assist Senior Project Managers with complex, multi-disciplinary projects by managing individual project tasks and providing direction to support staff; completing permit application packets and regulatory documents; attending client meetings; interacting with agency staff; and conducting field surveys as needed. Consulting experience required.

 

Selection Criteria:

 

Bachelor’s Degree in natural science field, Master’s or PhD a plus.

Minimum of 3 years related work experience and project and task management.

Demonstrated abilities to work with regulatory processes and staff. Must have an understanding of the CWA Section 404, 401, 1602, Section 7 and 10 process.

Experience with wetland delineations and/or other local flora and fauna field surveys.

Knowledge of California biological habitats species and general conservation biology/ecology.

USFWS/CDFW permits and MOUs a plus.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Assist with project management (requires ability to multitask and work under tight deadlines)

Prepare permit applications and regulatory documents.

Review peer exhibits and documents.

Prepare project scopes/proposals.

Prepare project schedules.

Attend project/client/agency meetings.

Mentor entry-level and junior staff.
Link: http://ecorpconsulting.com/careers/index.html
Environmental/Land Use Planner (CEQA/NEPA – Land Use Planning)
ECORP Consulting Inc.
ECORP Consulting, Inc. is seeking highly motivated, dynamic, client-centered professionals to fill a need for both senior- and associate-level environmental and/or land use planners in our new Chico office. We are looking for team members with a strong working knowledge of: CEQA/NEPA compliance regulations, environmental permitting, resource management; and, land use planning and land development practices and regulations.

Ideal candidates will have knowledge of and a background and interest in the areas of land development, public agency land use planning, environmental resource management, development permitting and environmental analysis with a focus on CEQA and NEPA projects. Team members should have a willingness and desire to learn and work in a fast-paced and professional environment. Candidates should have the ability to multitask and the judgment to prioritize projects and tasks while meeting deadlines and expectations. Strong writing and communication skills are also required as candidates will work directly with clients, elected and appointed officials, agency staff and members of the public.

Additional qualifications include proficiency with standard PC-based computing programs to include MSOffice-suite applications; a willingness and ability to work a non-standard or fixed schedule to meet client needs and expectations; and, the desire to work as a team to create an office environment that is beneficial for both clients and colleagues.
Link: http://ecorpconsulting.com/careers/index.html
Seasonal field biologists; pollinator and botany research
NCASI
Please see printed details on physical job board at conference. From mid-April to October. Crew lead and 2 technicians. Successful applicants will have experience and/or desire to identify bees and hoverflies, net captures and other capture techniques, capacity and experience with detailed botanical keys. Fieldwork will be in remote areas, including steep stands with challenging under stories within all forested ages. Field members will be expected to camp for portions of the week at established sites and to work in all weather conditions. Monthly compensation will range between $2300 and 3200, commiserate with experience. Successful applicants will be able to work independently and within a team. Note I am unlikely to check this app during the conference and this isn't the full announcement. Please email me if you're interested and I can direct you further. After reviewing the job announcement, you will need to send a cover letter, resume, and references to an associate of mine. Thanks for your time and thoughtful application in advance.
Seasonal field biologists, small mammals and forest carnivore research
NCASI
Please see printed details on physical job board at conference. From May to October. Two technicians. Successful applicants will have experience small mammal trapping and seeing up remote cameras. Fieldwork will be in remote areas, including steep stands with challenging under stories within all forested ages. Field members may be expected to camp at established sites and to work in all weather conditions. Monthly compensation will range between $2300 and 2600, commiserate with experience. Successful applicants will be able to work independently and within a team. Note I am unlikely to check this app during the conference and this isn't the full announcement. Please email me if you're interested and I can direct you further. After reviewing the job announcement, you will need to send a cover letter, resume, and references to an associate of mine. Thanks for your application and time in advance.
Seasonal canopy research, red tree vole
NCASI
Please see printed details on physical job board at conference. From April to October. Three technicians needed. Must have prior climbing experience and be able to complete Forest Service tree climbing certification or equivalent within a week of hire. Successful applicants must be able to conduct ground based nest searches, carry heavy loads in extremely challenging terrain and safely climb during long days. Fieldwork will be in remote areas, including steep stands with challenging under stories within all forested ages. Field members will be expected to camp for portions of the week at established sites and to work in all weather conditions. Monthly compensation will range between $2300 and 2600, commiserate with experience. Successful applicants will be able to work independently and within a team. Note I am very unlikely to check this app during the conference and this isn't the full announcement. Please email me if you're interested and I can direct you further. After reviewing the job announcement, you will need to send a cover letter, resume, and references to an associate of mine. Thanks for your application and time in advance.
Various
WRA Inc
Lots of jobs available in the Bay Area and San Diego at WRA! For more info come chat with Katie Smith!
Link: https://wra-ca.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/JobSearch/viewAll
Biologist-Temporary
Valley Water (previously as Santa Clara Valley Water District-SCVWD)
Assist in performing work evaluating the impact of Water District projects and programs that present potential or actual adverse impacts on biological and other natural resources. This position will conduct routine biological preconstruction surveys independently, perform biological monitoring, assist in the management of biological information systems, and will assist with all aspects of biological field work including maintenance of field equipment, field work preparation, recording field data, and electronic data entry. The primary duty will be to conduct surveys for nesting birds and native amphibians. May also assist with electrofishing fisheries sampling. This position will also assist with field surveys for Burrowing Owl, California red-legged frog, and California tiger salamander. Duties include occasional night-time amphibian surveys. The biological field work will be conducted along streams and associated riparian areas in Santa Clara County, California. This is a 6 month temporary position not to exceed 960 hours. Housing is not provided.
Link: www.valleywater.org
Staff Scientist - Endangered Species
Center for Biological Diversity
Apply online https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2876064&B_ID=91&fid=12&Adid=&SearchScreenID=8077&sst=newtab2-white&ServerVar=centerforbiologicaldiversity.appone.com
Link: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2876064&B_ID=91&fid=12&Adid=&SearchScreenID=8077&sst=newtab2-white&ServerVar=centerforbiologicaldiversity.appone.com
Wildlife Biologist/Technician
Leopardo Wildlife Associates
Field surveys for northern spotted owls.
Link: leowild.net
Scientific Aid
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
This is an opportunity to gain working knowledge of the Department’s Landscape Conservation Planning Program and contribute to the conservation of California’s fish and wildlife resources.

Maintain, upload documents, and perform quality control and assurance checks in existing databases. Assist with interagency data collections efforts, interfacing with Regional staff for data needs and updated data into existing federal tracking systems.

Perform routine office tasks that include data entry, file organization, electronic file/document organization, scanning documents, uploading data into the Document Library, preparation of various recommendations and reports, preparation of correspondence, and other duties as assigned.

Draft emails meant to fulfill internal and external information request, attend meetings and conference calls, take notes, and summarize and report outcomes.

Performa quality control and assurance in a database to ensure program compliance, tracking, incoming annual biological and species/habitat/permit crediting ledgers and species/habitat monitoring reports. Research topics related to landscape conservation planning and draft and maintain content for program webpages.

Research and respond to requests for information from the public, from within the Department, and from other organizations.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.
Link: https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=191561
Spotted Owl Research Assistant
Colorado State University
Two assistants needed March 31 to Aug 28 for a long-term population ecology study of the Northern Spotted Owl in northwest CA. Assist primarily in monitoring, banding, and assessing reproduction of northern spotted owls and barred owls. Must be physically fit, able to hike in steep terrain, work as part of a crew and independently, work at night off trail, have excellent hearing, and able to identify birds by color band.

One position will act as a senior crew member for a 2 person crew; previous experience with spotted owl surveys required, experience with capturing and banding is ideal.

Applicants must have a BS (or in progress) in wildlife or related field.

More details available by Feb 10 in posting on Texas A&M wildlife job board.

Submit letter of interest, resume, and names and contact info of 3 references by email (as one file preferred) to arex@colostate.edu by February 17.
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