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Water Quality Specialist 2
Swinomish Tribe
The Water Quality Specialist 2 provides technical and programmatic support for the Swinomish Department of Environmental Protection Water Quality Program, by leading the Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) program. The position will develop and implement a new PIC program that ensures proper data collection and management, data analysis and reporting, and administration and planning of ongoing projects related to water quality studies and pollution prevention actions. The incumbent is responsible for supporting attainment of Swinomish Water Quality standards by designing and coordinating pollutant source tracking efforts and implementing pollution mitigation actions. Position is responsible for supervising staff, coordinating program spending, assisting in grant writing for ongoing and new funding applications, preparing technical reports, presentations and reviewing documents, and providing input on Tribal environmental policies related to stormwater and wastewater management, as requested. The position is supervised by the Water Resources Manager, coordinates closely with the Water Resources Analyst, collaborates with other DEP Staff, and oversees PIC fieldwork of 2-4 technical environmental staff.
Link: https://swinomish-nsn.gov/media/139974/20230516_dep_wq_specialist2.pdf
Program Support Assistant, GS-0303-07
US Bureau of Reclamation
-Drafts a variety of documents to be used for administrative functions overseen by the Administrative Officer.
-Prepares and submits Preliminary Purchase Request (PPR) packages
-Drafts project funding request proposals for various funds.
-Serves as the primary technical resource in records management by providing guidance covering records throughout their lifecycle (creation, inventory, security, access, storage and final disposition).
-Serves as backup for DOI Access card activations, including verifying applicant identity and guiding them through the activation process of loading certificates, activating the card and signing for it and performing periodic updates.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/730273900
Environmental Scientist (2 positions)
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Interprets and applies technical standards, regulations and policies. Reviews and evaluates technical documents and reports including hazardous waste permit applications, closure plans, sampling and analysis plans, and standard operating procedures. Prepares comments that document tribal issues and briefing papers.
Reviews site characterization plans, remedial investigations, feasibility studies, mine and reclamation plans and other documents for compliance with terms and conditions of regulatory programs. Performs multi-media environmental inspections, documents data, provides regulatory oversight of remedial
design and construction activities
Link: https://www.sbtribes.com/employment
Environmental Information & Education Specialist
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
The Environmental Information and Education Specialist is a professional position with the Environmental Waste Management Program in the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Land Use Department. The Environmental Information and Education Specialist will need a background in either Environmental Science, General Science, or Environmental Engineering and a demonstrated ability and experience to communicate complex environmental and scientific issues to the lay public. Experience in public speaking and creating outreach materials required. Candidate should have 2 years’
experience working with the public and general knowledge of environmental science and associated regulations.
Candidate must be willing to perform work in an office setting and, in the field, as required.
Link: https://www.sbtribes.com/employment
Director of Natural Resources & Culture
Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
The Director of Natural Resources is responsible for the management of the Natural Resources Department, which includes the Environmental Division, the Cultural Division, and Tribal Infrastructure.


Link: https://ctclusi.atsondemand.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=512409.viewjobdetail&CID=512409&JID=838297
Peer counselor
Buckland IRA
Work with Kids in events n games
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Multiple
North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems
*executive director
*education team members
*IT Specialist
*PT Media Specialist
Link: www.natifs.org/jobs
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