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Hazard Mitigation Project Officer
Maryland Department of Emergency Management
This position is primarily responsible for planning and coordinating State and local mitigation projects in accordance with applicable guidelines, policies, and regulations.

Responsibilities include:

● Coordinating with Maryland local jurisdictions to solicit, review, submit, and monitor hazard mitigation projects throughout the entire grant process to include pre-award, implementation, closeout, and post-award.

● Providing technical assistance and subject matter expertise to develop, maintain, implement, and update local and State hazard mitigation plans.
Environmental Justice Tree Coordinator
City of Dubuque
Forthcoming - limited term (5 year) position to manage tree planting effort and the Teen Resiliency Corps. Email if interested and once posted, I will forward. Salary (estimate) $60k + benefits
Link: None
NEPA Manager
Environmental Research Group
Environmental Research Group, LLC (ERG) is seeking a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) specialist to work with our team in a project management/leadership role. This position is based in the Sacramento, CA area, and is full-time, salary paid with full benefits. Founded in 2000, ERG is an 8(a) certified, service-disabled veteran-owned (SDVO), economically disadvantaged woman-owned (EDWO) small business (SB). We are a value-driven, employee first company. Trust, expertise, and compassion drive our success, while gratitude, joy, and flexibility drive the team.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a high level of professional maturity, leadership, and the ability to work well with others, and willingness to make mistakes and grow.

Minimum Qualifications

Proven experience in EA and EIS development

Understanding of implemented regulations of NEPA for federal clients

Working knowledge of Department of Defense (DoD) environmental programs

Demonstrable attention to detail

Strong writing skills

Ability to manage multiple project components at one time

Ability to work under pressure and meet hard deadlines

Experience with estimating the level of effort for project tasks

Proficient in MSWord/Excel/Adobe Acrobat Pro/SharePoint

Ability to manage time efficiently, be responsive and work independently

Excellent interpersonal communication skills

Must be able to pass DoD security clearances and background checks

US citizenship required

Salary commensurate with experience. Bonuses are offered for exceptional performance. Benefits package includes health insurance, paid holiday, and vacation, and a 401(k) plan with employer contribution regardless of employee contribution. Please send a CV and three references.
Sr Scientist, Project Manager
Environmental Research Group
BS in Environmental Science, or related field. At least 10 years of environmental experience/CERCLA experience, knowledge of the Clean Up program, Project Management Plan, Cleanup Program Technical Support, Program Document Review Support, Briefings, Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Support, Correspondence Support, Confirmation Notices and After Action Reports, Cleanup Program Binder and Summary Report, and Comment Response Package.

Picatinny Arsenal (PICA) is a joint service armament research and development center. It provides virtually all of the lethal mechanisms used in Army weapon systems and those of the other military services. PICA is a Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Center of Excellence for Guns and Ammunition providing life cycle research, development, and acquisition support to each of our nation's military services. This includes production, field engineering support, and demilitarization of munitions, weapons, fire control and assigned items. PICA is home to a number of tenant organizations including the Joint Program Executive Office for Armaments and Ammunition (JPEO A&A), US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command-Armaments Center (DEVCOM-AC), Development and Engineering Center, Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command, IMCOM, and a number of smaller organizations most of which are involved in the materiel acquisition field. Currently, design, development and engineering support are the principal functions performed at Picatinny. Production is limited to fabricating and manufacturing small quantity prototypes for testing and procurement. As a part of the development and testing process, the installation stores various types of ammunition and explosives in specially designed bunkers. The storage of ammunition and explosives creates safety and security risks that limit access and restrict use of certain parts of the land base.
Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison
NAFWS/ Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center
The Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison (Asst. TCRL) for the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC) serves as support on Alaska Tribal climate adaptation science needs under the guidance and direction of the Senior Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison (Sr. TCRL) of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS).
The Asst. TCRL is responsible for working with the Sr. TCRL to provide technical assistance and to work with tribal communities across Alaska to improve their capacity to prepare for and respond to climate-related environmental impacts. Duties include but are not limited to outreach and extension programming on tribal climate impacts, concerns and adaptation strategies; support efforts to enhance information exchange; assist communities to identify and prioritize resilience and adaptation projects; and work with another Asst. TCRL and a seasonal Alaska Native Student Intern.
A remote position is possible.
Senior Energy Analyst
City of Ann Arbor
The City of Ann Arbor’s Office of Sustainability and Innovations (OSI) is hiring a Senior Energy Analyst. This person will be responsible for the City’s annual greenhouse gas inventory, supporting our work on community-wide renewables, progressing our A2ZERO metrics accounting, and leading our emerging work on commercial building decarbonization in the City. You will join a dynamic, passionate, and supportive team working to achieve a just and equitable transition to community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030. The successful candidate will have both analytical as well as project/program creation and implementation skills, a deep commitment to equity, and will supervise one or more staff.
Senior Program Manager for Community Building
The Greenlining Institute
In the role of Senior Program Manager for Community Building, you will act as a pivotal progress-driven technical project manager and negotiator, empowering community-based organizations in historically redlined areas to develop community capital projects, concept design to construction. Your expertise will guide selected organizations through the complexities of design development, site control/acquisitions, and capital stacking through offering direct assistance, funding, external technical consultants, and seminars. This role requires a blend of skills in technical assistance, community empowerment, budgeting, capital stacking, site acquisition, design development, evaluation and partnerships with community-based organizations collaborating with institutions in public/private scenarios.
BRIC DTA -Grants Management Specialist-Mitigation
We have FIVE positions open to work with FEMAs BRIC DTA program out of the Philadelphia office. Please message me with questions about these unique positions and program. Have grants experience? Want to work directly with communities on climate resilience and hazard mitigation? Apply!
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