Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 Great Lakes PFAS Summit
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General Environmental Analyst II
Consumers Energy The Environmental Analyst / Engineer will support regulatory compliance at new and existing Consumers Energy facilities. This role will provide expertise on environmental compliance, develop regulatory strategies, analyze permit conditions, independently manage data and analytics, manage, and monitor environmental projects, and provide technical assistance to business partners.
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) This position implements portions of programs that fulfill the statutory responsibilities of the department to protect human health and prevent unlawful pollution of the waters of the state within the boundaries of the Lansing and Jackson District Offices. The primary functions of this position include compliance oversight and technical assistance in implementing the Biosolids Program in all counties in the Lansing and Jackson Districts in accordance with state and federal regulations. Responsibilities and activities include: (a) provide compliance oversight for all biosolids generating treatment facilities as assigned; (b) provide technical assistance to the facilities to ensure compliance with all aspects of the appropriate program area; (c) initiate and follow up on enforcement activities as necessary to return assigned facilities to compliance; (d) serve as the representative for the Water Resources Division’s statewide Biosolids Committee, thereby contributing to establishing a uniform statewide approach to inspections and procedures; and (e) serve as the district resource for lagoon closure requirements and biosolids activities. Other duties of the position include providing compliance oversight for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits in assigned areas, responding to spill emergencies, and investigating complaints.
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Oversee Grand Rapids District activities in all counties related to compliance and enforcement for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. This position also covers all compliance and enforcement activities for both Small and Medium Animal Feeding Operations (AFO) in the district.
Lab Technician 8-E10 - Inorganic Unit
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Perform digestion of water, soil, air, and wipe samples. Assist with laboratory analyses of samples using manual techniques and automated instrumentation. Perform sample preparation and analysis following approved USEPA methods. Backup and/or assist other areas of the inorganic unit as necessary. Perform bacteriological analysis on Drinking Water samples as part of the laboratory’s weekend rotation. This position will require weekend/holiday overtime for bacteriological analysis and sample receiving.
Staff Geologist or Engineer
Geosyntec Consultants Entry-level / Early career: If you’re looking for a place to kick-start your career, where you can contribute to a dynamic employee-owned firm, tackle challenging project work, and collaborate with industry recognized professionals - Geosyntec is the place for you! As a Staff Geologist or Remediation Engineer in Ann Arbor, MI or Detroit, MI, working for our contaminated site assessment & remediation practice, you will have the opportunity to apply your academic knowledge to real-world situations while also learning the business skills needed for a successful consulting career.
Graduate students and post doctoral researcher
Michigan State University We are recruiting 3 grad students and one post doctoral researcher to study the impacts of PFAS on fish- bioaccumulation, impact on disease resistance and toxicity of mixtures
Student Interships in Natural Resources Fields
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has 53 internships available through the State of Wisconsin Student Diversity Internship Program (SWSDIP) for summer of 2022!
From Natural Resource educators to GIS specialists and parks and recreation specialists to hydrogeologists, these positions are within each of DNR’s six divisions and will be located in various DNR offices. SWSDIP internships are paid positions, which provide opportunities for career development for students who might not otherwise complete an internship due to financial barriers.