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Project Manager
San Francisco Estuary Institute
SFEI’s Clean Water and Resilient Landscapes Programs are looking to add 1-2 experienced and motivated Project Managers to help focus and facilitate the success of our science teams as we tackle multi-million dollar science projects with regional and national implications. The position requires strong collaboration and task management skills and a scientific background (university degree and/or work experience). Work will include facilitating a diverse, intellectually stimulating, and impactful set of tasks, including management of complex multi-task projects with local, national, and international partners, budget management, contract management, project and financial reporting, and coordinating and organizing a diverse team of scientists. A background or training in science (e.g., bachelor’s level) is needed to help track project tasks, strategize during budgeting and timeline development, and draft contract scopes. The ideal candidate possesses strong communication and organizational skills, proactive planning skills, ability to multitask, ability to track and see tasks through to completion, and ability to communicate with different staff and partners/funders on progress and potential issues. This is a great opportunity for someone who has strong project management skills and wants to work with diverse and innovative technical teams to accomplish project goals aimed toward making positive environmental change.
Link: https://app.trinethire.com/companies/37269-san-francisco-estuary-institute/jobs/89080-project-manager
Watershed Scientist / Riparian Ecologist
San Francisco Estuary Institute
The position consists of working on applied science projects in the San Francisco Bay-Delta region and beyond focused on helping develop multi-benefit watershed management approaches that support long-term resilience to land use change and climate change. This position will work closely with multiple project partners and stakeholders to arrive at management solutions that support both people and wildlife.

Bay Area location preferred, but will consider remote location.


Primary position responsibilities will include:

Investigating historical, contemporary, and future watershed physical and ecological processes and functions.

Advancing landscape-scale conservation, restoration, and adaptation planning using a quantitative approach.

Collaborating to synthesize information from interdisciplinary teams, including community-based organizations, technical advisors, and agency partners.

Managing and leading complex projects that include an array of SFEI scientists, planners, and technologists.
Link: https://app.trinethire.com/companies/37269-san-francisco-estuary-institute/jobs/88778-watershed-scientist-riparian-ecologist
Regulatory Permitting Specialist
WRA, Inc
Hope Kingma is a Director and Project Delivery Team Leader, based out of our Emeryville office, who is seeking a mid-level project manager to help her lead and develop a team of biologists and regulatory permitting specialists as we work together to support our clients with their environmental permitting and compliance needs. Hope’s team currently works on restoration and mitigation projects, open space and trail projects, and residential and commercial development projects around the greater Bay Area and Central Valley. Our clients include park districts, landscape architects, planning departments, mining companies, land use attorneys, land developers, and private property owners.

In this role you will have 3 major areas of impact:
(1) Client support
(2) Professional development
(3) Mentorship and Supervision

This role will need to be within commuting distance to one of our 3 Northern California offices (San Rafael, Petaluma, and Emeryville), as periodic site visits will be necessary.
Your responsibilities will include:

Manage small to large projects and proposal efforts;
Manage and supervising two or more biologists;
Managing and overseeing the work of sub-consultants;
Supporting your team leader with staff development and team activities.
Link: https://jobs.lever.co/wra-ca/82e56890-3424-49f9-ba2d-8cf59648462c
Environmental Planner
WRA, Inc.
WRA’s environmental planning team prepares environmental documents that enable planning and development projects, vital public infrastructure, habitat restoration, climate resiliency, and public access projects to proceed. We are looking for an experienced Environmental Planner to prepare CEQA and NEPA documents for a diverse mix of clients and project types. The Environmental Planner in this role will work closely with, and under the direction of a Senior Environmental Planner and/or a supervisor and other environmental planning staff. As an integral part of our team, the Environmental Planner in this role will participate in diversifying our client base and actively seeking new opportunities to build our planning practice
Link: https://jobs.lever.co/wra-ca/da6b70c9-2ecd-429a-a2d5-591f5a372669
Water Resources Intern
Contra Costa Water District
Do you want to make a difference in your community while also gaining career experience? Do you want to expand your network and build your resume while learning about water industry? If so, an internship with Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) may be the best choice for you! Come apply for this incredible opportunity to gain relevant work experience in the public sector while positively impacting local community. See the details at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ccwater/jobs/4410407/intern?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ccwater/jobs/4410407/intern?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Coastal Engineer/Scientist
AECOM
AECOM is looking for junior to mid-level coastal engineers or scientists to support our coastal resilence and climate adaptation practice on the west coast. Experience with coastal and estuarine modeling and analysis, climate change vulnerability and adaptation, shoreline change analysis, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Matlab, or Python is preferred.
Coastal Engineer (Entry to Mid-Level)
USACE
USACE San Francisco District is looking to hire entry to mid-level coastal engineers to support our broad range of Civil Works projects, including Ecosystem Restoration, Flood Risk Management, Navigation and more. Our District is a proving ground for Engineering with Nature (EWN) and is at the forefront of implementing nature-based solutions within the Corps. Come talk to our team at our booth!
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/770767700
Natural History Interpretive Sign Content
Brower Dellums Institute for Sustainable Policy Studies and Action
Help provide natural history content for the San Leandro (Lisjan) Creek Trail online app Virtual Tour. Stipends available
Link: https://www.browerdellumsinstitute.org/virtual-tour
Principal Waterfront Planner
BCDC
As part of the Long-Range Planning Team, the Principal Waterfront Planner will serve as the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC)’s lead for planning activities related to the San Francisco Waterfront. The Principal Waterfront Planner will serve as the point person for collaboration with the Port of San Francisco and other relevant agencies and stakeholders connected to the San Francisco Waterfront. The Principal Waterfront Planner will design and lead complex planning projects as well as assisting in regulatory activities related to waterfront development and bay resources, sea level rise and climate change, and public access. Potential projects could include amending BCDC’s San Francisco Waterfront Special Area Plan, participating and developing a planning process examining the Public Trust and rising sea level, and coordinating BCDC’s engagement with adaptation and resilience planning along the San Francisco waterfront.
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=412375
Senior Civil / Coastal Engineer
Anchor QEA
Anchor QEA is seeking a full-time, senior-level civil / coastal engineer with 12 to 15+ years of experience with a strong background leading the technical design and construction of dredging and coastal restoration projects. Come by our table to discuss more!
Link: https://anchorqea.bamboohr.com/careers/501
Project Manager
San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority
See complete description at sfcjpa.org
3-5+ years of experience in environmental, engineering, or related field to work on multibenefit flood risk reduction projects in a team environment.
Full time position with benefits.
Link: sfcjpa.org
Senior Coastal Engineer
ESA
Help plan, design and/or manage a wide of array of challenging and exciting projects including Living Shorelines design, ecosystem restoration, climate change resilience, fisheries habitat enhancement, engineering with nature, and coastal flood & erosion management.

As a senior leader, contribute to annual and long-term strategic planning for our coastal engineering and coastal resilience practice. In addition, cultivate best practices in civil engineering; facilitate knowledge sharing and technical training; mentor and manage more junior staff; and develop and oversee implementation of engineering QA/QC protocols specific for coastal engineering and wave analysis.

Help manage workflow and make staffing and recruitment recommendations. Collaborate with other engineers, hydrologists, fluvial geomorphologists, landscape architects, ecologists, biologists, and other specialists in advancing coastal engineering and habitat restoration approaches and other project solutions from concept to implementation.

Thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment and be able to manage multiple responsibilities and deadlines, while working on a team or independently.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=171606&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Senior River Engineer
ESA

You will serve as the engineer in charge of restoration construction documents, including engineering plans, specifications, and cost estimates. As a senior engineer in the Northern California Environmental Hydrology & Design group, you will cultivate best practices in civil engineering; facilitate knowledge sharing and technical training; mentor and manage engineering staff at various career stages; and develop and oversee implementation of engineering QA/QC protocols.

You will have the immediate opportunity to lead engineering design development and senior review for several exciting large-scale multi-objective restoration projects. You will collaborate with other engineers, hydrologists, fluvial geomorphologists, landscape architects, ecologists, biologists, and other specialists in advancing restoration approaches and other project solutions from concept to implementation.

You will thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment and be able to manage multiple responsibilities and deadlines while working on a team or independently.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=171232&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Biologist - On Call (Entry)
ESA
ESA is seeking variable part-time (on-call) field biologists in the San Francisco Bay Area, vicinity of Sacramento, Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, Central Valley, or within 2-3 hours and willing to travel. The need for part-time on-call services is expected to be greatest in late summer through fall 2024 with periodic work throughout other parts of the year.

Perform biological compliance monitoring and reporting at active construction sites to ensure conformance with mitigation/permit requirements.

Conduct special-status species surveys and nesting bird surveys

Identify and relocate sensitive species, when needed

Effective verbal and written communicate with senior ESA staff, construction crews, project personnel, and project management staff

Maintain written daily written monitoring and inspection logs, including utilizing electronic data collection tools, such as Fulcrum and Trello

Enter data into an on-line GIS mapping application, such as ArcMap, Collector, Survey 123

Deliver worker environmental awareness training to on-site staff

Must have own transportation to project sites and a smart phone

Staff may need to complete a background check for access to high security areas, such as near railroad lines
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=180784&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Project Manager
San Francisco Estuary Institute
SFEI’s Clean Water and Resilient Landscapes Programs are looking to add 1-2 experienced and motivated Project Managers to help focus and facilitate the success of our science teams as we tackle multi-million dollar science projects with regional and national implications. The position requires strong collaboration and task management skills and a scientific background (university degree and/or work experience). Work will include facilitating a diverse, intellectually stimulating, and impactful set of tasks, including management of complex multi-task projects with local, national, and international partners, budget management, contract management, project and financial reporting, and coordinating and organizing a diverse team of scientists. A background or training in science (e.g., bachelor's level) is needed to help track project tasks, strategize during budgeting and timeline development, and draft contract scopes. The ideal candidate possesses strong communication and organizational skills, proactive planning skills, ability to multitask, ability to track and see tasks through to completion, and ability to communicate with different staff and partners/funders on progress and potential issues. This is a great opportunity for someone who has strong project management skills and wants to work with diverse and innovative technical teams to accomplish project goals aimed toward making positive environmental change.
Link: https://app.trinethire.com/companies/37269-san-francisco-estuary-institute/jobs/89080-project-manager
Senior Hydraulic Modeler (Full-Time)
FlowWest, LLC
FlowWest is seeking a Senior Hydraulic Modeler to join our team working on projects throughout California related to restoration, fisheries, ecologically sensitive flood control, and more. A qualified candidate must be proficient in HEC-RAS or equivalent 1D and 2D hydraulic modeling. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5-10 years of experience. The expected duties of this position include implementing or overseeing hydrologic and hydraulic studies, writing and reviewing reports, and mentoring and overseeing staff supporting conducting 1D and 2D hydraulic modeling and analysis.
Link: https://www.flowwest.com/blog/now-hiring-3-positions
Interpretive Trail Sign Design
Brower Dellums Institute For Sustainable Policy Studies and Action
Natural And Social History laser-cut steel trailside sign designs along San Leandro (Lisjan) Creek that represent online content.
Link: https://www.browerdellumsinstitute.org/specific-plan
Mitigation and Regulatory Compliance Specialist
Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
The Western Regional Office of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU) has an opening for a Mitigation and Regulatory Compliance Specialist to round out our mission driven and close-knit Environmental Compliance Team. The successful candidate will provide essential permitting and environmental compliance support to DU conservation teams across the western states and will be instrumental in standing up a new In-Lieu Fee (ILF) Program within the San Francisco Bay watershed. The position will be based out of the Western Regional Office in Rancho Cordova, CA, and preferentially staffed from DU’s Bay Area Field Station in Vallejo, CA.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/q-Ducks-Unlimited-jobs.html?vjk=8d1d8cd034182654
Restoration Operations Specialist
Save The Bay
The Restoration Operations Specialist is responsible for leading Save The Bay’s community-based restoration programs for youth and adult volunteers. This role includes working as an environmental educator to teach students the history and ecology of the Bay and to cultivate environmental stewards. The Restoration Operations Specialist also manages large volunteer groups on projects including invasive species removal, native plant propagation, outplanting, and shoreline cleanups. In addition, the Operations Specialist manages and maintains field and office equipment for all aspects of the Habitat Restoration Team’s (HRT) work. They ensure high standards of safety in the field by leading safety training for our team. They track spending and operations budget, maintain relationships with vendors and site partners, and complete other administrative record keeping. See the full job description on our website for more details.
Link: https://savesfbay.org/work-with-us/
Senior Administrator
West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project
The West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, one of the leading Environmental Justice organizations in the Bay Area, is searching for a seasoned Senior Administrator with a strong nonprofit finance background to oversee our core operations as an integral part of our next phase of growth and transition.

WOEIP has a twenty-year track record of using participatory research and collaborative problem-solving techniques to drive policy change, community development, and coalition-building in West Oakland and beyond. We’re seeking a Senior Administrator to step into a hands-on role overseeing WOEIP’s financial administration and managing the day-to-day functions of the organization, including office and IT infrastructure, organizational process, and human resources.

We are looking for someone with proven experience implementing structure, navigating organizational change, and collaborating with both executive leadership and staff. Reporting to our Co-director (Finance & Operations), the Senior Administrator is the glue that keeps our work functioning, productive, and successful.
Link: https://woeip.org/about-woeip/careers/senior-administrator/
Environmental Scientist/ Senior Environmental Scientist
Delta Stewardship Council
This position will play a critical role in furthering the mission of the Delta Stewardship Council’s Delta Science Program of providing the best possible unbiased scientific information to inform water and environmental decision-making in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta). Duties focus on multiple core functions of the Delta Science Program, including science funding, collaborative science, and peer review. The incumbent will play a critical role in developing metrics and tracking the outcomes of research funded by the Delta Science Program and communicating research outcomes to strengthen the connection between science and management. Working at the Delta Stewardship Council’s Delta Science Program as an Environmental Scientist or Senior Environmental Scientist, also offers the incumbent the opportunity to collaborate with scientists, engineers, community groups, tribes, and decision makers and facilitate critical independent scientific peer review panels for the Delta science community.
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=431987
Coordinator: Air Quality Organizer Rise South City
Rise South City
Rise South City Air Quality Program Coordinator (“Air Quality Organizer”) will engage in policy and community work within South San Francisco, San Bruno, and other North San Mateo County areas. Rise South City engages community members, non-profit partners, and air quality administrative.The Air Quality Organizer will also further develop public speaking and community organizing skills by preparing meeting materials for community members.
Graduate Climate Risk and Resilience Engineer
Arup
As a climate risk and resilience engineer, you will work in climate-related physical risk and adaptation and support our mission to help shape a better world and to simulate our clients’ resilient futures. Through your work, you will help to advance and implement cutting edge methods that keep Arup at the forefront of our industry.

Responsibilities

Undertake qualitative and quantitative physical risk assessments for multiple hazards including flood, sea level rise, wind, heat, and climate change, among others.

Undertake hazard analysis for multiple hazards, including climate change analysis and apply methods to incorporate climate change into hazard models.

Perform vulnerability analysis of assets considering different types of hazards and assets.

Support the development of risk reduction, climate adaptation, and resilience strategies for building and infrastructure projects and portfolios, corporations/institutions, and cities/communities.

Employ and develop automation scripts for risk models.

Support the development of project deliverables including reporting, enabling digital platforms, and communicating findings to stakeholders. 
Link: https://jobs.arup.com/jobs/graduate-climate-risk-resilience-engineer-available-2024-21803
Assistant Manager for Environmental Justice
BCDC
BCDC is seeking a passionate, self-directed and experienced leader and problem solver to join BCDC’s Environmental Justice unit. Under the supervision of the Sr. Manager for Climate Equity, the Assistant Manager for Environmental Justice (Assistant Manager) will:

- Lead initiatives on environmental justice policy, permitting, climate adaptation, and community and tribal engagement along the San Francisco Bay shoreline.

- Be a liaison and partner with vulnerable and disadvantaged communities and community-based organizations.

- Facilitate and coordinate BCDC’s Environmental Justice Advisors.

- Act as BCDC’s Tribal Liaison.

- Implement equity initiatives contained in BCDC’s Racial Equity Action Plan.

- Help make BCDC more accessible and understandable to vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, stakeholders, and the public.

- Host and organize education, trainings and workshops for staff, Commissioners and the public.

*Applications must be received June 14, 2024. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. No relocation expenses will be reimbursed.
Link: https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=434246
Water Resources Specialist
Stantec
Description

Many of the world’s top engineers and scientists come together in our Water business because they view a community’s interaction with water a bit differently, as a single holistic system, rather than unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. Working throughout the hydrologic cycle, we are delivering sustainable solutions to make sure water is where it should and available when needed. Our experts guide our work with scientific rigor, an innovative spirit, and a vision for growth. Every day, we help communities improve, reuse, and protect this precious resource for future generations. By 2025 we’re hiring 2,000 people (like you) to join our team. Grow with us, H2O+U.

Your Opportunity

Our Sacramento, California, office is seeking an experienced Water Resources Specialist to join our multi-disciplinary team of integrated water management professionals, each committed to delivering sound and strategic consulting services to a range of local, regional, state, and federal clients. The position is for California water works who enjoy engaging with clients and stakeholders to find viable solutions, collaborating across diverse teams, and helping to shape the future of water policy and management in California.

Your Key Responsibilities

Through teamwork and collaboration, you will support all aspects of consulting: winning, doing, and managing.

Win: Support marketing and business development efforts to grow Stantec’s water resources planning and management services.

Identify trends and leverage your knowledge of the water industry, market, and clients.
Link: https://stantec.jobs/sacramento-ca/water-resources-specialist/14ED6D0A0EE041A9AF88036A01562451/job/
Summer Program Manager
Rising Sun Center for Opportunity
The Summer Program Manager (SPM) position implements the Climate Careers program in a specific county, or set of counties, throughout the greater Bay Area or Stockton while also supporting the overall goals of the Climate Careers program. The SPM will work alongside a co-manager to implement and oversee the Green House Call goals, processes, deliverables. The SPM will supervise a set of youth participants and is jointly responsible for site office administration, youth management, client identification and scheduling, and oversight of service delivery to residential clients.

This position calls for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and who can balance multiple priorities. A successful candidate will equally enjoy administrative tasks, community engagement, and direct supervision and development of youth. The SPM reports directly to the Regional Manager and collaborates with the Outreach and Marketing Manager.
Link: http://www.risingsunopp.org
Ducks Unlimited Mitigation and Regulatory Compliance Specialist
Ducks Unlimited, Inc
The Western Regional Office of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. is seeking a candidate to stand up our new San Francisco Bay In Lieu Fee Program in collaboration with our team, and to provide permitting and environmental compliance support on restoration and enhancement projects.
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccld=19000101_000001&jobid=495045&lang=en_US&source=LI
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