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Fisheries Biologist
GEI Consultants
The Fisheries Biologist will be responsible for planning, leading, and executing, technical-based aquatic sciences programs and projects; interfacing and maintaining strong relationships with GEI staff, clients, and teaming partners; and managing and/or providing input to environmental project and proposal teams.

We are seeking a respected professional with experience on small-, medium-, and large-scale projects to help seek, obtain, develop, and execute projects in fisheries, aquatic sciences, and natural resources involving aquatic systems. The candidate will lead technical and sometimes complex projects focused primarily throughout California but occasionally in other states.

Minimum Qualifications:

•Candidates must have expertise and training in relevant disciplines (fisheries, aquatic ecology), as well as interest/training in one or more related disciplines (water quality, hydrology, stream restoration, watershed planning, population modeling, statistics, natural resources management, permitting, conservation biology, grant writing, FERC and Endangered Species Act analyses).

•Candidates should be detail-oriented, excellent communicators (both verbal and written), and have the capability to understand and communicate complex technical, regulatory, and management issues related to aquatic ecology.
Experience with northern and central California aquatic environments is preferred (e.g., Sierra Nevada, Central Valley, Delta, North/Central Coast).

•5-10 years of prior relevant consulting experience is required; 10+ years is preferred.

•Bachelors Degree in fisheries biology, aquatic ecology, or related natural resources field is required; Masters Degree or PhD is preferred.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/gei-consultants/job/oVPhpfwa
Senior FERC Regulatory Specialist
GEI Consultants
Our West Region is currently seeking an experienced seller-doer Environmental Scientist or Planner with working knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations, particularly related to hydropower, including the Federal Power Act, National Environmental Policy Act, California Environmental Quality Act, Endangered Species Act, and National Historic Preservation Act.

We are growing a program and a team of practitioners in the area of hydropower licensing, relicensing and license compliance through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

Minimum Qualifications:

•Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, with preference to an M.S. degree.

•10 to 15 years of direct environmental consulting experience in the U.S. marketplace.

•Strong understanding of regulatory compliance and permitting programs at the federal, state, and local levels.

•Demonstrated success in the development and management of clients.

•Senior Leader recognized for technical excellence and the development of client-focused, creative and practical solutions.

•Seller-Doer with established network of clients and contacts, entrepreneurial spirit, and a successful track record in business development.

•Excellent technical report writing and communication skills.

•Willingness and ability to travel to GEI branch offices, and project/client sites as required.
Valid U.S. driver’s license
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/gei-consultants/job/otGZqfwi
Natural Resources Economist - Regulations
CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife
Incumbent is retiring ***
Do you have a passion to help manage and preserve California’s marine, fisheries, and other wildlife resources while mindful of differential equity to access and enjoy those resources? This position participates in teams that develop and review high priority regulations to conserve and manage fish and wildlife resources, including for game harvest, aquaculture, and natural resource protection.

I’d be happy to talk to you about the position at the meeting - find me at the Wed afternoon career fair!
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=414656
Senior CEQA/NEPA Planner
GEI Consultants
GEI has an outstanding senior-level environmental opportunity in California to help lead and support our growing CEQA/NEPA practice. The position could be located in Sacramento (GEI’s Rancho Cordova office) or the San Francisco Bay Area (GEI’s Oakland office). The position involves winning and executing work on projects throughout the Western Region but especially in Northern California. The position has tremendous short- and long-term growth opportunities for your career within GEI.

You will work collaboratively with clients and GEI’s other leaders and experts in the environmental, engineering, and water resources fields, on projects involving flood control planning and infrastructure, water infrastructure, water supply development, water conservation, groundwater recharge, water transfers, dams and canals, pipelines, hydroelectric development, natural resources management, ecosystem restoration, energy transmission and distribution, and renewable energy development.

As part of our multidisciplinary project teams, you will have an important role winning, leading, and managing projects; interfacing with existing and new clients to ensure their environmental compliance needs are met; overseeing environmental analyses in CEQA, NEPA, and other technical documents; and working as part of our team to solve an array of water and environmental issues critical to California’s environmental, water, and energy landscape.

Minimum Qualifications:

•BA, BS, MA, MS, or Ph.D. in Environmental Studies, Environmental or Biological Sciences, Urban Planning, Geography, or other natural or physical sciences from an accredited college or university.

•At least 15 years of relevant experience with increasing responsibilities for winning, managing, and executing environmental projects in California.

•Experience strategically planning, leading, managing, and preparing CEQA/NEPA documents.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/gei-consultants/job/oPXnrfwk
Environmental Scientist - Regulatory Science
CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife
This is a NEW position to my unit that I’m recruiting for!
Are you eager to help manage and preserve California’s marine, fisheries, and other wildlife resources while working to increase access and equity in their enjoyment by all Californians? This position is responsible for leading teams in developing and reviewing high priority regulations to conserve and manage fish and wildlife resources, including for harvest and resource protection. The incumbent works in close coordination with CDFW and Fish and Game Commission staff on complex and controversial biological and regulatory issues, including preparing and reviewing supporting rulemaking documents under both CDFW and Commission authorities to meet management, enforcement, and public needs.

I’d be happy to talk to you about the position at the meeting - find me at the Wed afternoon career fair!
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=415424
Environmental Planner/Project Coordinator
GEI Consultants
GEI has an outstanding opportunity for a mid-level (3-8 years of experience) California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental planning professional to join a dynamic and growing team of professionals in our Rancho Cordova or Oakland, CA or Portland, OR office.

The position involves executing work on projects located throughout California and the West in the water, environmental, energy, climate change, habitat conservation and restoration, and other sectors. The position has tremendous short- and long-term growth opportunities for your career within GEI. As part of our multidisciplinary project teams, you will have an important role in executing projects; interfacing with existing and new clients to ensure their environmental compliance needs are met; conducting and coordinating environmental analyses for CEQA, NEPA, and other environmental regulations; and working as part of our team for collaborative problem-solving.

Minimum Qualifications:

•At least 3 years of relevant experience with writing environmental documents and conducting environmental analysis and experience successfully preparing CEQA and NEPA documents.

•BA, BS, MA, MS, or Ph.D. in Environmental Studies, Environmental or Biological Sciences, Urban Planning, Geography, or other natural or physical sciences degree from an accredited college or university.

•Desire to learn and grow into a project management role.

•Outstanding problem-solving, organization, coordination, writing, people, and verbal communication skills; solid work ethic; and ability to work independently and collaborate effectively with others as part of multidisciplinary teams.

•Excellent quality of work and technical experience a must.

•Successful track record of adherence to project budgets and schedules.

•Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/gei-consultants/job/oH6ipfwe
On-call Biologist
GEI Consultants
GEI Consultants is seeking multiple biological field technicians in our Southern California offices to implement project work in the environmental consulting, and biological surveys, monitoring, and reporting.

This position requires an introductory level of skill and experience. Projects will involve field labor, technical work, and/or monitoring of construction crews.

Minimum Qualifications:

•Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences (Ecology, Environmental Science, Botany, Biology, Fisheries, Forestry) - or equivalent experience.

•Standard First Aid, CPR are preferred.

•Must hold a valid Driver’s License.

Desired Qualifications:

•2-3 years of experience in conducting biological surveys, impact analyses, wetland delineations, environmental permitting and/or similar activities for Southern California special-status plant and/or wildlife species, is preferred.

•Strong writing skills, including experience writing biological technical studies.

•Working knowledge of relevant environmental statutes and regulations (e.g., CEQA, NEPA, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Fish and Game Code) and associated permits.

•GPS/ArcPad experience is a plus
Positive, flexible, team-oriented approach, with the willingness and desire to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team.

•Excellent organization and communication skills and experience working independently and as part of a team.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/gei-consultants/job/oaAjrfwe
Preserve Manager
Center for Natural Lands Management
The Preserve Manager will be responsible for managing the Gaviota Tarplant Ranch Preserve, a 2,731-acre preserve located south of Lompoc, CA, that includes annual and perennial grassland, coastal oak
woodland, coastal scrub, riparian, and wetlands. The species that commands the stewardship focus on this preserve is the State and Federally Endangered Gaviota tarplant.

The Gaviota Tarplant Ranch Preserve will have two Preserve Managers— one focused on grazing and rangeland management and one focused on biological monitoring. (The latter position has been filled.)
Both Preserve Managers will focus on the stewardship of Gaviota tarplant populations and habitat conditions and contribute to applied research and adaptive management in support of this species. The
areas of emphasis for the Rangeland Management focused Preserve Manager specifically include:

- Implement a grazing management plan to support Gaviota tarplant habitat.
- Manage grazing as a vegetation management tool to implement the goals of the management
plan.
- Conduct effective communications and relationships with grazing operators and monitor grazing
effects (e.g., RDM surveys).
- Determine and implement, as appropriate, other vegetation management tools such as pesticide
application, mowing, mechanical removal or prescribed burns.
- Collaborate with the biological monitoring focused Preserve Manager to promote the protection, conservation, and expansion of Gaviota tarplant on the Preserve.
Link: https://www.cnlm.org/wp-content/uploads/Gaviota-Tarplant-Ranch-Preserve-Manager-Rangeland.pdf
Preserve Manager
Center for Natural Lands Management
The Preserve Manager – Coachella Valley (Preserve Manager) will be responsible for managing a portfolio of preserves with the anchor preserve being the Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve which is owned by Center for Natural Lands Management (CNLM). This 880-acre Preserve was established primarily for the protection and conservation of the Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard and desert pupfish. Preserve habitats include desert scrub, desert palm oases, desert wetlands, and desert sand dunes. This Preserve also offers public opportunities for walking on trails and natural resource education via informative signs, docent-led tours, and interactions with staff and volunteers onsite. Amenities to support staff, volunteers, and the visiting public include restrooms, trails, educational kiosks, and some buildings for staff/volunteer use. Preserve Manager responsibilities at this Preserve will be largely driven by seasonal variation in natural resources (monitoring, weed control), and in public visitation (November through March being peak visitor season).

For more information, follow link to the full job posting.

Link: https://www.cnlm.org/wp-content/uploads/Coachella-Valley-PM-PD-02-01-2024-v2.pdf
Modoc Unit Biologist (Environmental Scientist) DEADLINE EXTENDED 2/22
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Application deadline is Wednesday (2/7/2024), act now!

Opportunity for a dedicated biologist to conduct wildlife work in a remote, beautiful part of northern California! This position is located on the Modoc Plateau, east of the Cascade Range, which provides habitat for populations of pronghorn antelope, Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, greater sage grouse, mountain lion, and black bear. The incumbent will assist with the investigation and monitoring of game wildlife species and their habitats. This often requires the development of unique sampling designs and methods to meet monitoring objectives, and statistical techniques spatial analysis (e.g., ArcGIS) to analyze and present data collected. The incumbent will prepare reports and/or plans regarding resource assessment activities, monitoring results and/or plans, and habitat assessments. They will lead and/or participate in wildlife captures and handling and field investigations, hunting regulation proposals, and local human-wildlife conflict incidents. Lastly, the Modoc Unit Bio is responsible for the collection of ecological information and coordination with headquarters, veterinary, and other regional and statewide colleagues, as well as federal agencies including Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service.

More detail on the application process and the Duty Statement is available at the job posting on CalCareers (see link in posting).
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=413638
Nutria technician
CDFW
Under the supervision of the Nutria Eradication Operations Supervisor, the incumbent will fill a critical role in the Department’s Nutria Eradication Program. Nutria are highly invasive and extremely detrimental to the environment, but primarily nocturnal and relatively elusive in low densities. As part of a crew, the incumbent will conduct surveys to detect, locate, and trap nutria, with the ultimate goal of eradicating nutria from the State of California.
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=413432
On-call Biologist
GEI Consultants
GEI Consultants is seeking multiple biological field technicians in our Sacramento office to implement project work in the environmental consulting, and biological surveys, monitoring, and reporting. This position requires an introductory level of skill and experience. Projects will involve field labor, technical work, and/or monitoring of construction crews.

Minimum Qualifications:

•One (1) to five (5) years of experience in conducting construction compliance monitoring, biological surveys, impact analyses, wetland delineations, environmental permitting and/or similar activities.

•Bachelors or higher degree in botany, wildlife, biological sciences, environmental sciences, or a related field.

•Excellent organization and communication skills and experience working independently and as part of a team.

•Experience conducting field surveys in the region and completing associated documentation.
Strong writing skills, including experience writing biological technical studies, preferred.

•Working knowledge of relevant environmental statutes and regulations (e.g., CEQA, NEPA, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Fish and Game Code) and associated permits.

•A clean DMV record and compliance with company safety protocols and procedures are required.

•Occasional overnight travel is required.

•Experience with conducting surveys and monitoring for special-status species (e.g., giant garter snake, nesting birds, California red-legged frog) is preferred.

Desired Qualifications:

•Standard First Aid, CPR, and Pesticide Applicator’s License are preferred.

•Ability to identify native and non-native plant and animal species.

•GPS/ArcGIS experience is a plus.

•Positive, flexible, team-oriented attitude, with the willingness and desire to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team.

•Ability to work well independently and with a diverse, multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced, team-oriented work environment.
Link: https://protect-us.mimecast.com/s/zxsgCR6KAgs0w6vjT9ZJDX
Mid-level field biologist
Kleinfelder
This is for an on-call, seasonal mid-level field biologist position. You would assist with compliance monitoring, special-status species surveys, and reporting for a variety of projects in Northern California.
Link: None
Environmental Planner
Kleinfelder
This is for a mid-level environmental planner position. You would assist with initial screenings on project submissions, CEQA/NEPA compliance, due diligence reviews, environmental assessments/initial studies, and reporting for a variety of projects in Northern California.
Link: None
Principal Biologist
Harris & Associates
Harris, a Top Rated Workplace, has an opening for a Principal Biologist to join our Biology Group.

The Principal Biologist will be responsible for:

Managing a team of biologists and providing team leadership
Successfully managing multiple projects, oftentimes with intensive field schedules and/or multiple tasks occurring at one time
Managing project with large-scale compliance projects requiring adherence to permit conditions
Independently developing work breakdown structure for control and integrity of work to be performed defined by the contracts and scopes of work
Being capable of providing guidance during difficult agency negotiations and consultations
Providing senior review of large, complex biological-based documents including Biological Resources Technical Reports, focused species surveys results reports, resource agency applications, and other technical documents
Providing expertise at and above a senior level to guide and train junior, mid-level, and senior staff
Leading the mentoring of junior, mid-level, and senior staff
Working with leadership to guide career development of biologists on staff
Working with leadership to prepare proposals and contributing to the growth of the Biology Team through business development
Participating in interviews for the Biology Team or with larger teams at Harris for various clients
Performing client and project management duties such as forecasting, tracking, accounting updates, invoicing, progress reports, and scheduling
Reviewing contracts for understanding of scope, fee, schedule, and deliverables, and all other contractual obligations
Monitoring and analyzing project costs, commitments, accruals, and changes, and takes corrective action where and when necessary

For all required qualifications and skills, and more information on benefits, please see the link for the job posting or contact Emily Mastrelli.
Link: https://harrisassociates.applytojob.com/apply/gEczQj3I8t/Principal-Biologist
Senior Biologist/Project Manager
Harris & Associates
Harris, a Top Rated Workplace, has an opening for a Senior Biologist to join our Environmental Planning and Compliance team in the Biology Group.

The Senior Biologist will be responsible for:

·Independently managing a team to prepare large, complex natural resources documents such as Biological Resources Technical Reports and other biological or aquatic resources documents. Operates as primary author or senior reviewer without guidance or assistance.
·Managing projects/tasks that include all aspects of biological analyses and can be creative in thinking to strategize best approaches for clients.
·Provides species expertise and can guide and train junior and mid-level staff.
·Operates as primary point of contact for clients and resource agencies on projects.
·Develops work breakdown structure for control and integrity of work to be performed as and defined by the contract.
·Managing projects with large-scale field efforts and intensive schedules including compliance projects requiring adherence to permit conditions.
·Performs project management duties such as forecasting, tracking, accounting updates, invoicing, progress reports, and scheduling.
·Reviews contracts for understanding of scope, fee, schedule, and deliverables, and all other contractual obligations.
·Monitors and analyzes project costs, commitments, accruals, and changes, and takes corrective action where necessary.
·Operates as primary point of contact for clients and resource agencies on projects.
·Manages the careers and mentorship of junior and mid-level staff

The successful candidate will have a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and proven record of working collaboratively in a team environment.

For more information on the position, including required qualifications and skills, and benefits, please the link to apply or contact Emily Mastrelli.
Link: https://harrisassociates.applytojob.com/apply/EznprGblhR/Senior-BiologistProject-Manager
Senior Regulatory Specialist/Wetland Scientist
GEI Consultants
GEI has an outstanding mid-level environmental opportunity in Sacramento or Oakland to help support our growing environmental practice in California. The position involves working on projects throughout California but especially in the Central Valley and/or Bay Area. The position has tremendous short- and long-term growth opportunities for your career within GEI, including stock ownership. You will work collaboratively with clients and GEI’s other leaders and experts in the environmental and engineering fields, primarily on water, energy, and multi-benefit projects for private and public clients, especially water supply and flood districts. As part of our multidisciplinary project teams, you will have an important role supporting tasks and projects; preparing permit applications and providing regulatory strategy; and working as part of our dynamic team to solve an array of water and environmental issues critical to California’s environmental, water, and energy landscape.

Minimum Qualifications:

•BA, BS, or MS in environmental science, biology, natural resources, or similar.

•At least five (5) years of experience with state and federal environmental laws, specifically Section 401 and 404 of the Clean Water Act, Federal and State Endangered Species Act, and California Fish and Game Code.

•At least five (5) years of experience conducting aquatic resources delineations meeting U.S. Army Corps of Engineers standards, Sacramento Region and/or Northern California experience is desired.

•Familiarity with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and/or California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) environmental documents.

•Knowledge of environmental resources in California.

•Strong oral and written communication skills, including providing clear direction and effectively communicating in meetings.

•Valid California driver’s license.
Link: https://protect-us.mimecast.com/s/VoyPCERXklh0VW5vcw4uxm
Compliance Specialist
Environmental Science Associates
ESA is looking for an experienced environmental scientist, biologist or environmental compliance specialist with 0 - 3 years of environmental compliance, technical, professional writing experience, and leadership in the biological resources field. You can work well in a fast-paced remote environment with a large team.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=171610&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Environmental Compliance Project Manager
Environmental Science Associates
Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is looking for an Environmental Compliance Project Manager with 10+ years of environmental compliance experience. You will be working remotely, or in a hybrid fashion, in support of a project in the Central Valley/Fresno Area. You can work well in a large team in a fast-paced environment in a company where leadership, collaboration, delivery, and the desire to learn and grow are highly valued.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=171849&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Permitting Specialist
Environmental Science Associates
ESA is seeking a Permitting Specialist with a minimum of 5+ years of experience in preparing permit applications and environmental impact documents, such as habitat impact assessments and CEQA/NEPA impact evaluations for a range of projects involving wetlands, waters, and sensitive species and habitats in the 9-county San Francisco Bay Area. Our ideal candidate has 5+ years of experience, but we will also consider candidates who meet the qualifications with 2 - 7 years of experience.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=166938&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Conservation Intern (Blunt-nosed Leopard Lizard)
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Conservation Interns will assist with rewilding Federal- and California-endangered Blunt-nosed Leopard Lizards (Gambelia sila) to relict San Joaquin Desert habitat in the Panoche Hills in central California. In the process, interns will assist with phenotype measurement, fieldwork, and data entry during the animals’ active season (March-August). Interns will also read and discuss relevant scientific literature and participate in regular meetings. This position is for 30 weeks (approximately March 5 to October 1, 2024) averaging 20h/wk although some weeks will have more hours and some fewer hours.
Link: https://fresnochaffee.rec.pro.ukg.net/FRE1501FRDR/JobBoard/c6a5e36b-1411-4cf1-b540-ac9435a81633/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=4ec16702-e195-495a-90c0-aff20fd6cbcc
Restoration Ecologist
Endemic Environmental Services
Responsibilities

Manage Habitat Restoration Projects and direct field crew

Produce Appropriate Native Plant Palette for Habitat Restoration Plans

Conduct restoration activities (i.e. plant installation, seed installation, weed eradication, monitoring)

Produce reports that include habitat monitoring reports, habitat restoration plans

Maintain regular and punctual attendance at work and meetings.

Travel for out-of-town projects as needed

Work Location: Field sites in multiple locations across southern California, Orange County, and possibly San Bernardino, Riverside County, and Los Angeles County, but could be a larger geographical area.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Endemic-Environmental-Services/jobs?jk=2360e87d5a801412&start=0
Least Bell’s Vireo Avian Biologist
Endemic Environmental Services
Responsibilities

Conduct nesting bird surveys

Conduct habitat assessments

Conduct special status plant and wildlife surveys

Construction compliance monitoring

Produce technical reports

Ensure client compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations

Maintain regular and punctual attendance at work and meetings.

Travel for out-of-town projects as needed

Work Location: Field sites in multiple locations across Inland Empire, Orange County, and Los Angeles county
Link: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Endemic-Environmental-Services/jobs?jk=199ff19d9dc00cfe&start=0
QSD - Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer
Endemic Environmental Services
Requirements and Responsibilities:

* QSD certificate(s) or equivalent (PE) Required.

* BA/BS preferred.

* Hybrid Work (some on site, some remote work from home)

* Achieve or exceed chargeable goals.

· Accurately follow procedures with attention to detail. Well organized. Ability to read and write grammatically correct technical documents.

· Perform/Monitor water quality and stormwater related sampling and inspections pertinent to the project specific requirements.

· Attend meetings with clients at the request of project managers to provide expertise and consultation related to compliance and environmental resources.

· Accurately and consistently report on project work.

· Identify appropriate resources in preparing technical documents (including primary and secondary sources; books; articles, public records; planning and environmental documents; personal communications; internet) identify and utilize appropriate outside experts when indicated; documenting coordination efforts in Contact Report Forms (CRFs); evaluate sources and check for accuracy. Be able to be self-reliant and self-sufficient.

· Internal – Work proactively with other teams and individuals at Endemic to provide timely and efficient work production.

· Maintain certifications and qualifications within specialty area and stay current on updates to available certifications and trainings.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Endemic-Environmental-Services/jobs?jk=4df368021495e90a&start=0
Seasonal Biologist (multiple positions available)
McCormick Biological, Inc.
We are seeking applicants for several temporary positions available on or after April 15, 2024, and ending on or before September 30, 2024. 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 long-term 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.

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.mccormickbiologicalinc.com/employment
NATURAL RESOURCES DIRECTOR - CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
SWCA Environmental Consultants
WCA Environmental Consultants is seeking a Natural Resources Director – Central California to lead a team of ecologists, botanists, wildlife experts, and wetland specialists, within Central California. This position requires excellent leadership skills and behaviors to successfully manage the execution of project work, cultivate our business development processes, deliver for our clients, and continue to build an exceptional team. The Natural Resources Director – Central California will report to the Northern and Central California Vice President. This is a regular, full-time, salaried position with compensation based on individual qualifications and experience. The position is based out of our San Luis Obispo office but is open to highly qualified candidates who prefer to work from a home office and are willing to travel to the San Luis Obispo offices on a regular basis to work directly with their staff and colleagues. The Natural Resources Director – Central California will supervise and coordinate staff in the San Luis Obispo office including local office, hybrid and remote staff.



The Central California subregion is a hub of excellence within our market that is renowned for the quality of our work, commitment to our clients, and unparalleled team of professionals. We continuously strive to be the premier environmental consultancy in our market by offering a work environment that promotes employee engagement and development. The successful candidate will coordinate closely with their peers across California, the West Region, and throughout the company. This position offers a great opportunity for team leadership and business and professional development in this expanding market.



Candidates must submit a brief letter of interest with their application that describes their qualifications and interest for this position. We are accepting applications in February and anticipate holding interviews in early March.
Link: https://careers.swca.com/jobs/13204?lang=en-us
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