The Associate Vegetation Ecologist / Data Analyst is a full-time non-exempt position directly supervised by the Vegetation Field Data Specialist. The Ecologist is responsible for supporting the Bureau of Land Management’s Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) program to coordinate data collection on BLM lands throughout California.
The CNPS Rare Plant Program (RPP) develops current, accurate information on the distribution, ecology, and conservation status of California’s rare and endangered plants for its effective use in science-based plant conservation.
The Assistant Field Botanist is a full‐time non-exempt position that is supervised by the Field Data Specialist. The position includes at least 6 months of work, beginning in the end of July 2022, and may be extended beyond a year depending on funding. The Assistant Field Botanist will gain experience in surveying and mapping California’s diverse flora and vegetation assemblages, learning different techniques for collecting field data, and identifying plants to the species.
CNPS is seeking an innovative and strategic thinker, who is passionate about conservation, to serve as the organization’s Executive Director (ED) and as a leader in California’s conservation community. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) serves as the lead executive of the organization, responsible for operating CNPS in alignment with the organization’s strategic goals, vision, and values.
The Publications Editor is an experienced editorial professional, modern storyteller, and advocate for California's native plants that will concept, develop, and edit CNPS publications content. The editor will ensure CNPS's publication adheres to the highest editorial, stylistic, and journalistic standards while helping more people appreciate the value, beauty, and significance of native plants. The deadline to apply is June 10, 2022.