Bat Conservation International (BCI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to ending bat extinctions worldwide, seeks four part-time Restoration Field Technician to join BCI’s Conservation Department. The Restoration Field Technician will work as part of the Restoration Team in the Habitat Protection & Restoration Program (HP&R). The ideal candidates should be located near the Phoenix, Tucson, or Flagstaff vicinities in Arizona.
The Senior Conservation Data Scientist (Scientist) leads technology development and data science as part of the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife, where we pioneer creative, pragmatic conservation solutions at the intersection of science, technology, and policy. This unique combination of approaches is essential in an age of increasing threats to wildlife and static or dwindling resources for conservation.
The Senior Conservation Scientist plays a lead role in providing support, building capacity, and advancing research on conservation science issues. As a senior team member of the Center for Conservation Innovation (CCI), the Senior Conservation Scientist leads a team which enhances the work of the organization to improve imperiled species and habitat conservation by integrating quality science into Defenders’ programs and by ensuring that Defenders’ science is informed by emerging policy.
Are you passionate about protecting the environment, fighting for clean water and restoring healthy and abundant aquatic ecosystems, moving to 100% renewable energy, getting more people connected to their rivers, and ensuring environmental justice?
As the residential programs coordinator at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center (CEWC), this person is responsible for organizing and implementing residential programs for students, campers and adults. This includes summer camps, overnight programs, Fish and Learn programs, and Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) programs. Incumbent is also responsible for developing curricula, improving current programs, and assisting with animal care and other programs and activities at CEWC.
We are seeking 4-5 motivated and reliable Invasive Species Strike Team Technicians to join us in controlling invasive species throughout the Catskills this season, to work 37.5 hours/week for 14-18 weeks,
The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to teach and lead a crew of high school youth on environmental restoration work and assist with outreach, education, and community events in the summer of 2022. This program has three goals that the Crew Leader will be responsible for: 1) Implementation of the Still River Watershed Plan; 2) Environmental education and career development for the youth in the program; and 3) Public outreac
Friends of Nevada Wilderness is hiring a full-time Springs Technician for a six-month term (with potential for an additional 18-month term) to collect vital data from springs sources throughout Clark County with some work in both Nye and Lincoln counties. This is a full-time, hourly position that includes spring surveying, leading volunteers and americorps, coordinating data entry and QC, and more.
This position will support the Santa Fe National Forest’s special uses program by performing database entry and clean-up, digitizing and organizing files, completing inspections of permit holders, drafting permit documents and related correspondences, conducting audits, and communicating with permit holders.
Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve (OWC NERR) is now accepting applications for various part-time, intermittent NRT positions in Huron along Ohio’s Lake Erie shore. The OWC NERR is part of a state-federal partnership of 30 protected sites in the U.S. that promote stewardship of our nation’s estuaries through integrated research and education programs (https://coast.noaa.gov/nerrs/).
Under the supervision and direction of the NYC Parks’ Wildlife Unit, the Wildlife Area Coordinator will work at the Rockaway Beach Endangered Species Nesting Area (RBESNA) to assist with the deployment of seasonal staff and interns, gather data, perform data entry, report writing and other administrative tasks. Additional responsibilities include monitoring and protecting endangered species, community outreach and the installation and maintenance of symbolic fencing to protect nesting areas.
Wildlife Monitors will work at the Rockaway Beach Endangered Species Nesting Area to monitor and protect endangered species and conduct community outreach. Wildlife Monitors are responsible for the installation and maintenance of symbolic fencing in addition to their monitoring and protecting duties.
Position:Lab Technician- Water Quality Monitoring
Part-time/seasonal position (.5 FTE)
Date Range: May- October (24 weeks), 20-25 hrs/week, WED-FRI.
Office location: Greenfield Massachusetts, no remote option.
Health Benefit Eligible: No
Retirement Benefit Eligible: Yes
Supervisor: Water Quality Monitoring Coordinator Supervisory: Not Eligible
Position classification: Seasonal / Laboratory Technician
Pay range: $16 - $18 per hour
Assist Land Information Department to protect water quality, manage invasive species, improve habitats, document best management practices for agricultural and forest lands, provide environmental education programs, and maintain department equipment.
Experience the outdoors in exciting new ways while learning new job skills and building lasting friendships and connections. ACE is looking for members to serve in our Crew program, with opportunities to serve in bases across the country. Members of our Crew Program serve on crews with other members from a diverse set of backgrounds while learning valuable job skills working on projects to maintain and restore our public lands. Opportunities available nationwide.
The Upper Willamette Soil and Water Conservation District (UWSWCD) is seeking an interdisciplinary, skilled, dynamic individual to join its Natural Resource Program. This full-time position supports the district’s Forestry Resiliency/Fire Preparedness Program by providing natural resource technical assistance and technical education to private landowners and land managers within the Upper Willamette Soil and Water Conservation District.
The San Francisco Zoological Society is recruiting a Wellness and Conservation Research Associate to join an experienced staff committed to best practices and the highest quality of care for our animals. The Research Associate will support the VP of Wellness & Animal Behavior and the Wellness Research Manager or their designees with their research and in continuing the San Francisco Zoo’s innovative “Wellness Initiative.”
As a volunteer, your primary role will be to patrol the beaches at night with other assistants in order to deter hunters and ensure the turtle can nest safely. During patrols, you will also assist with important fieldwork activities, including tagging and measuring turtles, and relocation and excavation of nests.
The Research and Monitoring Specialist’s primary purpose is to assist Managers, the Director and the Board of Supervisors in the development and implementation of monitoring programs that assess the effectiveness of conservation practices implemented by the District. Serving as an integral member of a team of conservation professionals working both in the field and office.