Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) https://www.usajobs.gov/job/641588600?fbclid=IwAR0WhcZzVmVOZMXX0JBda5h4k9frnVyfv-Ktx3VdHjhBcZQPu-9ttMnXuZo
Open & closing dates 03/10/2022 to 03/17/2022
The internship program is for high school, college, trade school or other qualifying educational institutions. This program offers paid opportunities to work in federal agencies and explore federal careers while completing their education.
Manager III (Design and Construction), Grade M3
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Montgomery County, MD Please see the vacancy announcement below to fill a Manager III position in the Watershed Restoration Division. To apply, please visit the MCG Careers Job Site and follow the instructions provided. The vacancy number is IRC53764. CLOSING DATE: APRIL 11, 2022
Mount Auburn Cemetery Mount Auburn Cemetery seeks a strategic, ambitious, innovative, and dynamic leader to be their Vice President of Horticulture & Landscape (VPH). Reporting to the President, the VPH will provide strategic and operational leadership and be the primary advocate and champion for Mount Auburn as a beautiful, serene, environmentally sustainable place of horticultural excellence that is relevant and accessible to the broadest possible audience and become an outstanding resource to professionals in the fields of horticulture, conservation, and beyond. The VPH will play a key role in developing and implementing strategies that advance the cemetery’s efforts to be a high-performance team that is fueled by a skilled, engaged, diverse workforce with a vibrant and inclusive culture.
ANS - Summer Environmental Educator
Audubon Naturalist Society Interested in a challenging, rewarding, and flexible job outdoors this summer? Do you enjoy working with children of all ages exploring wild places, doing “hands on” environmental education, and having great outdoor camp adventures? Then this could be the job for you!
The Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) seeks highly motivated and creative individuals for the 2022 Camp Audubon season. This summer, Camp Audubon will offer day programs for children ages 5-17, with a focus on ages 5-10. Camp is based at our 40-acre nature sanctuary in Chevy Chase, MD. ANS provides a dynamic work environment with friendly, creative, and knowledgeable staff. Take a look at our camp catalog at https://anshome.org/summer-camps/ to see what we are all about.
Summer Environmental Education Internship
Audubon Naturalist Society Interested in a challenging, rewarding, and flexible job outdoors this summer? Do you enjoy working with children of all ages exploring wild places, doing “hands on” environmental education, and having great outdoor camp adventures? Then this could be the job for you! About Our Camp The Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) seeks highly motivated and creative individuals for the 2022 Camp Audubon season. This summer, Camp Audubon will offer day programs for children ages 5-17. Camp is based at our 40-acre nature sanctuary in Chevy Chase, MD. ANS provides a dynamic work environment with friendly, creative, and knowledgeable staff. Take a look at our camp catalog at https://anshome.org/summer-camps/ to see what we are all about.
ANS - Part-time Bus Driver Wanted
Audubon Naturalist Society Job Description : Audubon Naturalist Society seeks a Bus Driver for school field trips. Our driver will provide safe and reliable transportation for students of all ages, providing a link between kids and environmental education opportunities. CDL license & experience with passengers required
Food Distribution Volunteer
CHEER Food Distribution Volunteer NEEDED for CHEER (Community Health and Empowerment through Education and Research ) Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us! We currently participate in weekly food assembly for distribution on Wednesdays at Clifton Park Baptist Church 8818 Piney Branch Rd, Silver Spring, MD. If you would like to volunteer, we will contact you shortly after you fill out the following form. If you have any questions, please contact Naidia Douglas-Sogunro, CHEER's Volunteer Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHEER seeks facilitator for retreat in April and May
CHEER CHEER is seeking a facilitator to assist in planning and conducting CHEER’s Board and Staff Retreat intended to be held Saturday April 23 and Saturday May 14. The Facilitator will work with the CHEER retreat planning team to plan and implement the retreat. Click on the link for details and application information. Application deadline is March 21
Membership and Program Coordinator
The National Wildlife Federation The Membership and Program Coordinator will be responsible for the day to day support of our more than 270 Coalition members across the watershed. This position will serve the important role of ensuring our membership is connected and engaged with the Coalition on a regular basis.
This role will also oversee the operations of and coordination between the Coalition and the Chesapeake Accountability Project (CAP). Created in 2019, CAP is a collaboration between five different organizations, focused on ensuring strong laws and regulations are passed and enforced in service to a healthy Chesapeake Bay watershed. This position will coordinate the operations of both the Coalition and CAP and ensure collaboration between the two entities.
You can find the job posting with more details about the position here: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NAT1047NWF/JobBoard/1ca8346a-33cc-401d-90d9-d7f752fdfd7d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=08a7705b-8dab-46cf-9461-405d823ff379
Community Engagement Manager
Rock Creek Conservancy - JEDI AmeriCorps VISTA The JEDI AmeriCorps VISTA member will develop and implement programs to engage diverse communities in environmental stewardship of the Rock Creek watershed, focusing on the east side of Rock Creek (National) Park, with its historically less equitable park access. The VISTA will support a suite of programming options to engage diverse communities in the Rock Creek watershed, including service and restoration work, virtual historical programming, and community events to foster deeper connections to Rock Creek's parklands as a natural oasis in the Washington DC region. These opportunities will allow community members to deeply and authentically explore their connections to natural areas through stewardship, and could include hosting service events, leading nature hikes, tabling, or otherwise doing targeted community outreach and engagement. This work will enhance the Conservancy’s ability to reach marginalized communities, particularly those most vulnerable to climate change and environmental racism. The VISTA will support justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) efforts at the Conservancy, including program development and leadership, community outreach and engagement, and implementation of analysis and recommendations to create more equitable organizational and community impacts. In addition, the VISTA member will enhance a six-week summer youth development program, working to engage primarily high school students in direct hands-on restoration work in Rock Creek's parks. The VISTA will support program development, student recruitment, and field leadership to provide an engaging conservation work experience for participants. To apply, please submit an application through the AmeriCorps portal and send an email, with subject line "JEDI VISTA" and resume attached, to email@example.com to connect directly with the organization to be identified as a candidate
Community Engagement Coordinator
Rock Creek Conservancy Job Description: The Community Engagement Coordinator advances the Conservancy’s mission and strategic goals through implementation of people-powered restoration programs to promote watershed health. Primary activities are coordination of the Stream Team Leader and bacteria monitoring programs, as well as the annual Extreme Cleanup. The coordinator is the Conservancy’s technical expert on watershed health.
Rock Creek Conservancy Rock Creek Conservancy (RCC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to restore Rock Creek and its parklands as a natural oasis for all people to appreciate and protect. RCC is seeking full-time Technicians to work on the Downspout Disconnection Program and green Infrastructure maintenance. Technicians will inspect, document, and maintain green infrastructure facilities including rain gardens, bioswales, and conservation landscaping. In evenings and Saturday, technicians will canvass homes to educate residents about the Downspout DIsconnection program, document and audit homes for program eligibility, and disconnect downspouts and install rain barrels.
Vision Zero Manager
WABA Interested in being a part of a movement to end traffic fatalities and severe injuries in the D.C. Metro Region? WABA is hiring a Vision Zero Campaign Manager to help organize the growing movement of advocates, families and coalition partners who are leading efforts to implement solutions to make streets safer for all road users.
The Vision Zero Campaign Manager will be part of WABA’s supportive and collaborative Advocacy Team, and report directly to the Advocacy Director.
HOW TO APPLY
Send a compelling, relevant cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Vision Zero Manager” in the subject line. Resumes and cover letters should be labeled “First Name Last Name Resume/Cover Letter” (e.g. Renee Smith Resume). Applications that are not emailed directly to jobs(at)waba.org and/or do not include a cover letter will be considered incomplete. Incomplete applications will not be moved forward for consideration.
Applicants are encouraged to apply by March 17th, 2022 to ensure consideration. We expect the position to start in April 2022.
Coalition for Rainforest Nations - Take the lead in managing and delivering research projects, from scoping through to methodology and report writing, including managing, and developing partner relationships - Produce insightful research reports with sophisticated advice to support policy, technical training, and finance for our countries - Ensure research projects are transparent, accountable, and scientifically sound. - Manage partners and subcontractors as necessary to achieve project objectives, seeking best value at all time - Work toward organization’s mission and goals and participate actively and supportively in team decisions. - Liaison with external research partners including media, consulting firms, and the academy - Develop and maintain relationships with technical teams, universities, and other research groups - Conduct presentations, workshops, and data discussions to ensure project success. - Responsible for the accuracy, thoroughness, quality, and timeliness of projects. - Ensure hands-on QC throughout the entire project process, including financial management, so that projects/accounts are cost-effective. - Ability to design studies, write questionnaires and plan/ create insightful and actionable reports. - Develop, evaluate, recommend, and implement procedures for performance improvement - Understand the appropriate use of advanced analytics, various sampling approaches and weighting.
ANS - Audience Engagement Manager
Audubon Naturalist Society Job Description The Audubon Naturalist Society inspires people in the Washington, D.C. region to appreciate, understand and protect our environment. The Audience Engagement Manager helps advance that mission by helping to create a larger and more diverse community of people who desire to learn about, enjoy and advocate for the natural world. This creative, innovative, and strategic professional has experience connecting with current and future audiences. He/she/they engage with our audiences on a regular basis through a variety of communication vehicles including social media, traditional media, email, the web, surveys, and personal interactions, and is skilled in communications and public relations to help focus and refine our messaging. Community leadership and participation (both online and in person) are key to the Audience Engagement Manager’s success. The goal is to share the value of ANS’s mission and programs as well as to hear and understand the needs and desires of our varied audiences. An essential component is communicating the ANS brand to diverse communities by employing a variety of methods in positive and authentic ways. The Audience Engagement Manager reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications and productively collaborates with other ANS staff with the understanding of how his/her/their performance affects the work of other departments and team members. This position is onsite at our picturesque Woodend Nature Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, MD. Some duties are eligible for telework. This is a 40-hour per week, full-time exempt position with health care and other benefits. The salary range for this position is $50,000 - $60,000 based on experience and qualifications.
Naturalist Internship at Huntley Meadows Park
Huntley Meadows Park This internship is designed to give interested college students and recent graduates the opportunity to work with professional park staff at a 1500-acre wetland preserve operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority. It provides practical experience in a hands-on setting and gives participants the chance to develop skills needed for a career in environmental education, nature center operation and wildlife conservation. The internship runs May 31- August 19, 2022. This internship is awarded a $3000 scholarship from the Friends of Huntley Meadows Park. See website for more details.
: Senior Director of Land Conservation OR Director of Land Conservation
Potomac Conservancy The Senior Director or Director of Land Conservation is responsible for building effective working relationships with private landowners, non-profit partners, government agencies, and funders that will advance the Conservancy’s land protection goals.
Additionally, the Senior Director or Director will be responsible for putting together complex conservation transactions utilizing multiple real estate levers and will work with federal and state agencies to secure necessary funding land acquisition projects.
Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy The WSA Restoration Coordinator is a key organizational leader with responsibilities for managing restoration programs, staff and contractors, developing and deepening strategic partnerships with local government and restoration professionals, and mentoring community leaders to develop effective and well-maintained restoration projects. The Restoration Coordinator reports directly to the WSA Executive Director, works collaboratively with the WSA Staff and manages at least one full time position.
Deadline April 18th - apply online. Questions may be directed to Suzanne Etgen at 443-871-0700 or email@example.com
Community Engagement Coordinator
Rock Creek Conservancy The Community Engagement Coordinator advances the Conservancy’s mission and strategic goals through implementation of people-powered restoration programs to promote watershed health. Primary activities are coordination of the Stream Team Leader and bacteria monitoring programs, as well as the annual Extreme Cleanup. The coordinator is the Conservancy’s technical expert on watershed health.
Blue Water Baltimore -Develop and maintain familiarity with Blue Water Baltimore’s projects, focal areas, advocacy issues, and strategic plan in order to develop interesting, informative, and innovative ways to communicate our work and engage audiences -Work primarily with development director and board Communications & Marketing Committee to develop an annual strategic communications plan that capitalizes on internal and external activities and events and execute the plan with precision -Work with all staff to ensure consistent messaging and language in all communications, including solicitations, volunteer communications, reports, and electronic outreach -Collaborate in development and implementation of marketing and communications strategies across multiple platforms and formats -Be an active participant in the BWB Engagement Committee and outreach activities, including tabling, public speaking, and use of social media to raise visibility of our work and meaningful news -Provide staff support to board Marketing & Communications committee, including meeting preparation and follow-up, and actively engage committee members to further communications goals, including utilizing committee expertise to develop new content and collateral, test marketing ideas, and solve communications challenges -Write, edit and manage content for BWB social media channels, website, electronic newsletters, and other external collateral -Work with colleagues to develop press releases, written statements, opinion editorials and letters-to-the-editor to actively place Blue Water Baltimore’s messaging and policy positions in the media -Work with staff to keep web content, blog posts, electronic newsletters, social media content, and collateral up to date and relevant -Develop and execute innovative ways to explain BWB's work, share advocacy and event information, and engage audiences in calls to action -Monitor changes in social media tools and trends to ensure BWB remains current
Executive Assistant/ Office Manager
Blue Water Baltimore The Executive Support role for Blue Water Baltimore will be responsible for keeping the office running smoothly while providing executive support to the Executive Director. This person is responsible for developing intra-office communication protocols, streamlining administrative procedures, inventory control, office staff supervision, acting as a board liaison, point of contact for employees and visitors, office management and task delegation.
The successful candidate is an energetic professional who doesn't mind wearing multiple hats. Experienced in handling a wide range of administrative duties and executive support-related tasks with project management tools, technologically savvy, collaborative, process oriented and able to work independently with little or no supervision. Well organized, flexible, and enjoys the administrative challenges of supporting an office of diverse people.
Bat Conservation International The Development Coordinator will support funder and partner relationship management needs and activities. The position is based remotely. The position will report to the Interim Chief Development and Communications Officer and will support BCI staff who serve as the primary point of contact for donors and partners. They will also work with additional departments, including Operations and Networks and Partnerships to ensure positive supporter relationships.
Provide general coordination for private donor, government award, and partner documents such as applications, proposals, budgets, reports, correspondence, and pledge notices Liaise with the operational department to ensure due diligence and implementation of funding and partner agreements Provide support to the Development Team to administer planned gifts Oversee a robust calendar of grant submissions in alignment with our fundraising priorities and goals, including application and reporting deadlines for donor and government grants and partner memorandum of understandings Draft and submit select grant Letters of Intent (LOI)s and applications Compile and submit workplace giving campaign applications through EarthShare Work cross-departmentally with the operations, conservation, and science departments to effectively administer the spend out of award received and continually monitor the reporting process in relationship to this activity Support prospecting activities to identify new funding sources Participates as a member of the Development Team on broader organization fundraising goals including relationship building events and campaigns Assist the Development Team with the cultivation and stewardship of institutional stakeholders and partners Required Qualifications and Experience
Minimum of three years of (formal or informal) experience working in a non-profit, business development, sales, marketing, or customer service Excellent written communication skills in English
The Watershed Institute Full-time Position: Salary: $40,000-45,000 The Watershed Institute, a dynamic and multifaceted non-profit conservation organization, is seeking a full-time Community Water Advocate. This position will support the Watershed’s clean water policies and actions in 30 municipalities spanning from Trenton to North Brunswick. The Community Water Advocate has three main areas of focus:
Conducting outreach and education to community groups and leaders in both English and Spanish speaking communities on flooding, degraded water quality and other environmental issues related to water.
Building engagement and supporting community members who are interested in advocating for environmental issues at the local level.
Working with Environmental Commissions, Elected Officials, and municipal staff to develop and implement strong water-related environmental policy.
This is a 40-hour a week position, although due to the nature of this work, evening hours and occasional Saturdays are required.
Associate’s Degree or greater in political science, government, or an environmental field.
Fluency or near fluency in Spanish.
Knowledge of water quality and environmental issues.
Organizational and diplomatic skills, including the ability to communicate technical information effectively to a wide range of audiences.
Excellent writing, listening, and public speaking skills.
Computer skills including major software packages (MS Office, G Suite) and ability to learn additional skills as necessary.
Strong team player who is comfortable working both in a team and independently.
Ability to prioritize multiple simultaneous projects.
Licensed driver with own motor vehicle.
Willingness to learn complex material.
https://www.montgomeryparks.org/ Montgomery Parks is currently seeking a part-time Communications Assistant to execute marketing strategies that support the creative development of Montgomery Parks’ marketing team. The candidate will assist with graphic design, social media, copywriting, photography, and website maintenance.
Scholars for Conservation Leadership undergraduate leadership development and fellowship program
Land Trust Alliance The Scholars for Conservation Leadership Program is a career and leadership development program that aims to expand opportunities for students to pursue careers in natural resource management and conservation. The 2022 program will bring together 10 college students entering their final undergraduate year from universities across the country for a professional development experience in conjunction with Rally: The National Land Conservation Conference held September 15-17 in New Orleans. The students will participate in a one-day seminar and attend the conference where they will have the opportunity to participate in numerous educational trainings and workshops and connect with professionals from across the nation. Additionally, each scholar will be partnered with a mentor during the conference. The scholars will be recognized at the conference, and one of the scholars will also be awarded a year-long, paid fellowship with a land trust. Please complete and submit the online application by May 13. Selected students will have travel and registration costs covered and will be notified of acceptance by June 30.
Fundraising and Development Manager
EcoAction Arlington EcoAction Arlington is seeking a part-time fundraising and development manager to work 20 hours per week on a contractual basis from April to July 2022 with the possibility of extension. The majority of tasks can be done on a flexible basis virtually.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to Elenor Hodges (at the email listed here) at EcoAction Arlington.
See link for more details!
Senior Legislative Manager – Moms Clean Air Force
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) The Moms Clean Air Force Senior Legislative Manager reports to the Public Health Policy Director and is responsible for strategic development, day-to-day management, and implementation of political strategies that support Moms Clean Air Force's mission and program efforts. A key member of the Moms Clean Air Force team, the Senior Legislative Manager develops and executes an effective and comprehensive government relations and thought leadership strategy on behalf of Moms Clean Air Force. This is a public facing position. Applicant will be expected to represent Moms Clean Air Force on the Hill, attending hearings, visiting lawmakers, meeting with Hill staff, and connecting with partners and allies. The Senior Legislative Manager's responsibilities may include managing consultants, identifying internal and external synergies and conflicts, coordinating with both external partners and internal EDF Government Affairs team, and assisting the Public Health Policy Director in advocacy and relationship development with influential decision makers.
Read more details at the URL listed.
Huntley Meadows Park Part-time position, up to 900 hours per year, $13/hr., no benefits
Primarily responsible for camp support including working with and supervising children, design/lead camp activities, check in/check out procedures, and first aid when needed. Responsible for leading nature programs and historic house tours as needed. Responsible for COVID state and local health department cleaning/disinfecting guidelines. Responsible for opening, closing and securing the Norma Hoffman Visitor Center and Historic Huntley and related outbuildings. Responsible for RecDynamics functions, processing sales, front desk duties, manager on duty, trail monitoring duties, dealing with park and citizen incidents and emergencies. Full details available on website.
Multiple Openings / Varios puestos
Maryland Environmental Service In English & En Español
Multiple openings are available, and many do not require a college degree. The employer is also seeking Spanish speakers, be sure to advertise this if applying! If you would like a recommendation please contact me, I can help. Please share! Hay varios puestos disponibles y muchos no requieren un bachelor's. Mi empleador esta buscando español hablantes, asegúrese de anunciarlo si quieres aplicar! Si necesitas un recomendación, habla conmigo puedo ayudarte. Porfavor compartirlos!
Chief of Staff
Amazon Biodiversity Center Founded in 2018, the mission of the Amazon Biodiversity Center (ABC) is to advance the conservation and sustainable use of the Amazon and its biodiversity. The Center was founded by Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy, known as "the Godfather of Biodiversity." The Chief of Staff will engage with the organization’s Brazilian sister NGO, allies, collaborators and a growing level of engagement by stakeholders from around the world. This position sets and provides an organizational and ommunication framework for partners, members, staff and the leadership team to implement the ABC Board of Directors vision and achieve short term and long term goals. Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Building Manager - Energy and Climate
Arlington County The Arlington County Office of Sustainability and Environmental Management (OSEM), which operates as the County’s core agency for climate mitigation, adaptation programs, and community-facing energy programs is seeking a Program Manager to lead its Building Design for Energy and Climate Program. More detail in the job description link below!
Chesapeake Bay Program Communications Intern
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) is a regional nonprofit organization whose vision is clean streams and rivers flowing through resilient landscapes, cared for by the people who live, work and play in the Chesapeake Bay watershed; and whose mission is to bring together communities, companies and conservationists to improve our lands and waters. The Alliance was founded in 1971 and has offices in Annapolis, MD, Lancaster, PA, Washington, D.C. and Richmond, VA.
The Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) is a diverse regional partnership established in 1983. Federal, state and local government agencies, academic institutions and nonprofits work together to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay and the thousands of streams, creeks and rivers in the watershed through collaborative policy making, scientific assessment and public communication. The Communications Office is managed by the Alliance under grant funding provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Job Description: The Alliance seeks a Communications Intern for its CBP Communications Office in Annapolis, Maryland. The CBP Communications Office supports the partnership’s efforts to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay by providing information to the public, working with the media, branding and promoting CBP products and activities, and facilitating communications among CBP’s many partners. The communications intern will have the opportunity to work with CBP partners to create content, develop communications products and help expand knowledge and awareness around the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
This is a summer 2022 position. Deadline to apply is Sunday, April 10, 2020.
This is a hybrid position based at the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office in Annapolis, Maryland. The candidate will be expected to work at least two days in the office and three days remotely. This is a full-time internship for 15 weeks (negotiable) in summer 2022 (May – August).
Senior Land Use Field Representative
The Piedmont Environmental Council PEC is seeking to hire a field representative to work on land use issues in Albemarle County and Greene County, Virginia. Land use issues include the locality’s comprehensive plan and ordinances, development proposals, transportation planning and specific projects, local policies and regulations related to rural land preservation and conservation, economic development, natural and historic resource protection, and others as needed.
Field representatives are responsible for gathering, analyzing, and distributing information on local development projects, advocating for sensible solutions and working with local residents and local government in all activities associated with a community’s land use policies and regulations. Field representative qualifications include energy, dedication, and the ability to inspire and work well with the community at-large. Specific skills include familiarity with land use planning, rural area protection, urban area development and facilitation of public input into the local government planning process.
Salary range is $60,000-$75,000 depending on qualifications and experience.
Public Services Intern
Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in the environment. Click on the following link to see an example of a DEP internship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS0ZIdLY8rM&feature=youtu.be
DEP is seeking a Public Services Intern to support the Stream Monitoring Section. The Stream Monitoring Intern will gain hands-on experience and exposure to biological monitoring protocols while part of the team assessing stream health in Montgomery County for approximately 24 hours per week for the summer and fall semesters. The intern will spend considerable time outside working with staff collecting biological, physiochemical, geomorphic and habitat data in various locations throughout the county. The experience gained in data analysis, GIS and database systems will be applied to available data to produce and assist in the characterization of the Montgomery County Special Protection Area watersheds. Upon successful completion, individuals will understand the concepts, principles and procedures used by the County to assess stream health. Knowledge of procedures will be demonstrated by field audits or tests while feedback to the intern will be provided during bi-weekly meetings. This position requires possession of a valid driver's license and the ability to drive a County vehicle to transport biological, geomorphic, water quality, and stream hydrology monitoring equipment and conduct monitoring site visits at various locations in Montgomery County.
The work entails field work in streams around Montgomery county. The work is primarily performed out-of-doors, along stream banks and in streams and ponds, and may involve deep or swiftly moving water. It also requires light physical effort such as walking over rough, uneven, slippery, or rocky surfaces; bending, crouching, stooping, stretching or reaching; and occasional lifting of objects. THE POSITIONS ARE TEMPORARY AND PART-TIME AND DO NOT INCLUDE BENEFITS.
American Bird Conservancy Help American Bird Conservancy to reach more people! We want a larger number and greater diversity of people to care for birds and for the wild and urban places where birds live.
We are looking for a creative, collaborative, and data-driven Communications and Marketing Associate to support our digital efforts, help expand brand awareness, and increase support for American Bird Conservancy, a leader in nature conservation across the Western Hemisphere. This new team member will play an instrumental role in supporting a number of ABC’s rapidly expanding digital programs and channels including advocacy, engagement, fundraising, and marketing via digital advertising, email, social media, text messaging, and our website.
American Bird Conservancy If you are an accomplished writer and editor with a keen interest in and knowledge of birds, we want to hear from you! American Bird Conservancy — a fast-growing nonprofit founded in 1994 to conserve wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas — is seeking qualified individuals for this full-time position. The Senior Writer/Editor will lead a comprehensive redesign process for our flagship Bird Conservation magazine as well as serving as managing editor for the publication. The position will also contribute to our Annual Report and website (abcbirds.org) and will help to ensure the quality and consistency of news pieces and other print and digital communications.
The successful applicant will be able to articulate complex principles relating to bird conservation in clear, inspiring prose and to conceptualize infographics and other visual representations of data. They will be able to juggle multiple priorities while maintaining high editorial standards and apply equally high levels of skill to both writing and editing tasks within a deadline-driven work environment.
Living Classrooms Foundation *Bachelor's degree not required, and they are looking for Spanish speakers! If you would like a recommendation please contact me at email@example.com . No requieren un Bachelor's y estan buscando hispanohablantes! Si quieres una recomendación porfavor habla conmigo firstname.lastname@example.org
The Living Classrooms Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides hands-on education and job training with a special emphasis on groups from diverse backgrounds. Utilizing maritime and outdoor settings, the Foundation provides experience-based education programs emphasizing the applied learning of math, science, language arts, history, economics, and ecology. The Living Classrooms Foundation has the goal of offering hands-on experience-based education programs that are of the highest quality and excellence. The Foundation’s history and future focuses on hands-on education programs that motivate students through “learning by doing”.
Maryland Conservation Corp
Maryland Park Service Managed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Maryland Conservation Corps (MCC) provides opportunities for personal and professional growth through conservation and service. MCC crews are placed in State Parks throughout Maryland, serving each region and covering a wide variety of environmental service. The needs of a respective area determines the type and scope of projects crews perform. In addition, MCC provides its members exceptional, exciting training and certifications in areas such as: Emergency Medical Responder, Wildland Firefighting, Chainsaw Safety and Environmental Education & Interpretation. Some crews also have access to low cost state park housing. The recruitment period runs from mid-March until all positions are filled.
OPS Fish & Wildlife Technician - 77902465
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Assists with chemical and mechanical control of desirable and non-desirable vegetation for the Fred C. Babcock/Cecil M. Webb Wildlife Management Area and the Yucca Pens Unit. Operates ATVs, UTVs and 4x4 trucks with trailers. Assists biologists with wildlife management activities for game and non-game species to include surveys, check station management, and accurate technical biological data collection. Prepares and submits accurate daily, weekly, and bi-weekly reports for herbicide application, timesheets, and accomplishments. Interacts professionally with the public and partners providing accurate information concerning wildlife, area conditions, rules, and regulations.
OPS Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Scientist II position number 77902219
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Assist with implementing wildlife management and infrastructure programs on DuPuis Wildlife and Environmental Area (WEA). Operates equipment including ATVs, 4X4 trucks, swamp buggies, tractors, mowers and power tools. Primary duties involve land management activities including chemical and mechanical vegetation control as well as maintanance of wildlife and hunting infastructure. Other duties involve assisting the area biologist with check station management, wildlife surveys, and red-cockaded woodpecker monitoring, including using ladders to climb trees. Will also assist with prescribed burning and other land management activities in conjunction with the area partner agency. May assist with activities on other wildlife management areas as needed. Interacts professionally with the public and partner agencies providing accurate information concerning wildlife, area conditions, rules, and regulations.
Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail Coordinator
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission This is an advanced professional position managing and coordinating all activities associated with administering the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail (GFBWT) within Habitat and Species Conservation’s Wildlife Viewing Program. The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail is a network of 513 premier wildlife viewing sites across the state. This is a career service position with an annual salary of $44,507.32
Aquatic Habitat Restoration and Conservation Section project manager
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission his position is within the Aquatic Habitat Restoration/Enhancement Subsection (AHRE) of the Aquatic Habitat Restoration and Conservation Section. This position will serve as a project manager within the Central Florida AHRE multidisciplinary team for wetland and aquatic resource management and aquatic habitat restoration/enhancement of public waterbodies and wetlands of central Florida, including the Kissimmee, Alligator, Butler and Clermont Chain of Lakes.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission This Career Service position serves as a member of the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute’s (FWRI) Restoration Ecology Program that conducts biological research related to coral reef ecosystem restoration. The position requires extensive field work that involves SCUBA diving, trailering and operating research vessels, collecting scientific data as dictated by the experimental design of the Program’s various research and monitoring projects, and database management
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission This is the position of OPS Education Specialist in the Public Access Services Office (PASO) of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The incumbent is expected to work as an effective member of the Chinsegut Conservation Center team delivering conservation education programs to audiences of all ages and helping to maintain the center.
MARINE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT - PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST II -
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Serves as the primary media and public information specialist for the Division of Marine Fisheries Management. Responsible for and coordinates media activities relating to State and Federal marine fisheries management issues in close coordination with the FWC’s Office of Community Relations and the Office of the Executive Director. Prepares, edits and coordinates press releases. Attends all commission meetings and prepares press releases and/or other information on other outreach platforms relating to actions of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission dealing with marine fisheries regulations. Provides written and verbal information in response to media calls or information requests.
Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Scientist III
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission The FWC is seeking a highly motivated biologist to lead Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area (WMA), Wildlife and Habitat Management Section staff in accomplishing a variety of habitat management goals. Primary responsibilities include identifying, planning, and implementing effective projects consistent with the management plan for the WMA, including the application of prescribed fire; developing and implementing annual budgets and work plans; ensuring equipment and infrastructure is properly maintained; providing oversight and participating in hydrologic and vegetative restoration projects; preparing for and conducting wildlife surveys; supporting and conducting public hunts; developing and promoting hunting and non-hunting recreational use; and maintaining land management and wildlife survey databases using ArcGIS. Occasionally, the biologist will work as a team with other WMAs within the District or Northwest Region to accomplish activities including prescribed burning. The successful candidate will supervise one full-time OPS Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Scientist II and one full-time Fish/Wildlife Technician. The successful candidate will also occasionally attend regional and divisional meetings as well as various trainings.
Summer Camp Staff
Arlington County Nature and History Camp Counselors are needed to provide camp programs for children and teens ages 6- 14. Several positions are available, and hours vary.
Staff must commit from June 20 - August 12 (core camp dates). Additional weeks from August 15 – August 27 may also be available. Training and planning begin in mid to late May through June, which includes a combination of independent and self-paced online courses with virtual and in-person trainings during weekday evenings and a few Saturdays. All camp staff will be trained to follow current guidelines (County-specific protocols) related to Covid-19 safety and health standards.
Staff will be asked to plan and lead a variety of nature experiences for campers ages 6-10 or 11-14, depending on the camp. Daily camp activities include animal show and tell, outdoor games, crafts, storytelling and physical activities like hiking, fishing, etc. Applicants must enjoy working outdoors with children and animals, be flexible in changing situations, and have a lot of energy.
SUMMER RECREATION ASSISTANT (SRA) II - $16.00/Hour Responsible for assisting in the planning, leading, and conducting of recreation activities for a camp, behavior management of participants, and assisting in the evaluations of the activities and the participants. Minimum requirements: High school/GED, plus six (6) months' experience in administering recreational programs.
Environmental Protection Agency These positions are in the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Existing Chemical Risk Management Division, Multiple Branches.
Arlington County Did you know Arlington County is highly diverse, with over 100 languages spoken in the county? Do you want to work within Arlington’s diverse communities? Are you passionate about the environment, conservation, and teaching?
The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is seeking a Park Naturalist to manage and deliver programs, festivals, and volunteer events throughout the county for diverse audiences to promote environmental conservation and stewardship. This employee is part of the Gulf Branch Nature Center team within the Parks and Natural Resources (PNR) Division and works independently under the Unit Manager.
Grants and Agreement Programs
USDA Functions in a lead role for NIFA and serves the political decision-making process by providing comprehensive, quantitative, and balanced information and analysis to all sides of policy issues affecting the Agency's programs.
Assesses proposed and newly enacted legislation, regulations, and policies related to capacity funds, grants, cooperative agreements, and special projects.
US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Federal Jobs Unired State Deparment of Agrculture.
Chesapeake Conservancy The Chesapeake Conservancy in partnership with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office, and Baltimore County, is hiring Bilingual (Spanish) Interpretive Outreach Assistants to develop and deliver culturally inclusive programming at Maryland State and County Parks. Bilingual Interpretive Outreach Assistants will lead programs in English and Spanish, connect with visitors, and inspire stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Let me know if you would like a recommendation or any help with the application! I previously worked here and it is an excellent program.
Stormwater Partners Network Community Engagement Contractor
Rock Creek Conservancy Stormwater Partners Network (SWPN) seeks a contractor to engage new organizations in the network and facilitate the network’s planning for its future with new members. This contract will be held by Rock Creek Conservancy and managed by the SWPN cochairs. SPWN is a network of organizations and individuals that share a common vision: Montgomery County’s waterways are clean, pollution-free, and resilient to the climate crisis, providing healthy, equitable, safe, and thriving green spaces for communities, families, and wildlife. The proposed work will build capacity for the network by bringing a broader cross section of voices to the network’s membership and constituency, in turn shaping an agenda for County stormwater and flood resilience mitigation. Community Engagement Goal: Expand membership in SWPN to organizations that represent the communities identified as priority areas in the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection equity assessment map.