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Soil Conservation Specialist

      • Department/Organization: 500001 - VP Financial Affairs * * *

Job Summary: The Soil Conservationist will be responsible for providing support for wetlands conservation and mitigation programs, as well as other related land management projects. * * *

Additional Department Summary: The Wetland/Stream Ecologist will be responsible for providing support for wetlands conservation and mitigation programs, as well as other related land management projects. The duties will include:

Assisting in establishing baseline documentation as needed for conservation easements supporting the wetlands mitigation program. Assisting with the review and preparation of mitigation banking instruments and associated plans related to wetlands conservation and compensatory mitigation, including: design, construction, monitoring, and managing a mitigation bank. Monitoring the use of the land in a conservation easement supporting a wetlands conservation or mitigation project on a regular basis, including personal visits to the property to ensure that easement restrictions are being upheld.

Monitoring wetlands mitigation projects during construction to ensure projects are implemented and performed according to desired specifications. Coordinating with representatives of local, state and federal agencies, and other related organizations as needed. Communicating with and acting as a liaison with reviewing and permitting agencies as required.

Providing information and background data regarding the easement to new or prospective property owners as needed. Establishing a review and approval process for the land activities stipulated in the conservation easement and any supporting mitigation documents. Maintaining property/easement-related records associated with property involved in wetlands mitigation/conservation efforts.

Conducting on-site and off-site routine wetland delineations using Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) 1987 manual guidelines and applicable regional supplements. Performing field work including soil and groundwater sampling, tree surveys, wetland delineations & assessments, seagrass surveys, protected species surveys and other miscellaneous environmental services. Assisting with the assessment and subsequent implementation of conservation management plans.

Conducting annual wetland mitigation monitoring as needed or required. Office work including data management, preparing figures and preparing environmental permit applications. * * *

Required Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Soil Science, Wildlife Science, Ecology, Geology or a related field and two (2) years of experience with compensatory wetland, stream, and/or conservation banking through consulting or regulatory agency. * * *

Additional Required Department Minimum Qualifications: Valid U.S. driver's license required. Must be at least 21 years of age and have an acceptable motor vehicle report as determined by the insurance carrier. Final candidate must submit to and successfully pass a post offer drug test. * * *

Skills and Knowledge: Working knowledge of CAD, Arcmap, GPS, shapefiles, spreadsheet and database software. Working knowledge of engineering project documents and systems (CAD, plans, specifications). Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences.

Effective interpersonal skills.

Effective time management skills.

Effective problem solving skills.

Effective critical thinking skills. Knowledge of and ability to identify Southeastern flora and fauna, knowledge of as well as familiarity with listed species (both aquatic and terrestrial) that occur in Alabama is a strong plus. * * *

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Soil Science, Wildlife Science, Ecology, Geology or a related field and four (4) years of experience with compensatory wetland, stream, and/or conservation banking through consulting or regulatory agency. * * *

Background Investigation Statement: Prior to hiring the final candidate(s) must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation. A prior conviction reported as a result of the background investigation DOES NOT automatically disqualify a candidate from consideration for this position. A candidate with a prior conviction will receive an individualized review of the prior conviction before a hiring decision is made. * * *

Equal Employment Opportunity: The University of Alabama is an Equal Employment/Equal Educational Opportunity Institution. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information , disability or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against because of their protected status.

Applicants to and employees of this institution are protected under Federal law from discrimination on several bases. Follow the link below to find out more. "EEO is the Law" Poster Job no: 503149 Appointment type: Regular Full-time (Benefits eligible) Categories: Engineering/Computer Science","Other","Construction administration","Research/Scientific","Facilities/ Grounds Department: 510201 - Land Management/Minerals Pay Grade/Pay Range: Based On Qualifications.

Advertised: 03 May 2017 Applications close: 01 Jun 2017



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In-17063 Conservation Strategy And Evaluation Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Conservation Strategy and Evaluation Intern. Conservation decision-makers need credible information on which to base their decisions at local, national, and international scales.

The synthesis of existing management information and program and conservation data, collected by WWF and its partners, offers the potential to provide actionable insights to conservation decision-makers. Consequently, WWF and its partners are combining global datasets with internal data on performance and conservation outcomes to help inform key decisions. We are looking for a motivated intern to assist in the collection, management and statistical analysis of critical performance, monitoring, and global datasets. Internship responsibilities will include: + Collecting and collating conservation strategy and M&E information

  • Assessing information to meet quality criteria + Identifying appropriate internal and external datasets for analysis + Data management, including updating database metadata and database maintenance + Statistical analysis of quantitative social and ecological data, including descriptive statistics, and developing appropriate statistical models This internship is an excellent opportunity to interact with scientists and practitioners at WWF and around the world; gain exposure to a wide range of conservation science and policy issues; and inform adaptive management of WWF’s conservation portfolio. The successful applicant will have a degree in natural or social science with a demonstrated interest in biodiversity conservation and conservation strategy and evaluation (Master’s degree strongly preferred). This position requires strong analytical and critical thinking skills; data management and statistical analysis skills; and demonstrated experience with conservation strategy design and monitoring and evaluation handling large scientific datasets.

    We seek demonstrated experience with program and project management frameworks (e.g., Open Standards for Conservation and/or other adaptive management models) and statistical analysis (e.g., general linear models, t-tests, ANOVA) in R. Familiarity with global datasets relevant to global agreements such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the Convention on Biological Diversity is highly desirable. Exposure or skills in systems thinking and/or design thinking is an asset.

    Good written and oral communication skills are essential. The successful applicant will be able to work independently, as well as part of an international, interdisciplinary team. Please submit CV and Cover Letter by March 15, 2017 Start date and duration:

    Approximately 5 months, starting May 2017 Location: Washington, D.C. Compensation: Paid How to apply: Please submit a resume & cover letter through our Careers page. https://careers-wwfus.icims.com/jobs/search , IN-17063 * Please note that WWF does not provide VISA sponsorship to interns External Company URL: www.wwfus.org

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Conservation Intern

Veterans, Reservist or Guardsmen with an MOS or additional duties that fall in the fields of (No codes available) or other related fields pertaining to the minimum experience requirements may meet the minimum qualifications for this position and are highly encouraged to apply. Please call Human Resources at (512) 463-6564 with questions or for additional information.

Additional Military Crosswalk information can be accessed at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_InformationTechnology.pdf GENERAL SUMMARY The Conservation Intern conducts supervised conservation treatment of library and archival materials in the Texas State Library and Archives Commission s Summerlee Conservation Lab. Under close supervision of the Conservator, the intern will perform treatment activities including evaluating collections materials for treatment, recording treatment documentation, executing treatment, and constructing protective housings. The Conservation Intern also completes a preservation survey project focusing on scrapbooks or journals within manuscripts collections.

This survey assists in prioritizing future preservation and conservation activities. Other tasks may include environmental monitoring and exhibit preparation. ESSENTIAL TASKS Evaluate collections materials for treatment Record treatment documentation in in-house database system Perform conservation treatment according to the Code of Ethics of the American Institute for Conservation Construct protective housings within treatment parameters Conduct preservation survey project Present survey findings in written report and staff presentation OTHER TASKS Assist in item evaluation meetings Assist with exhibit preparation as needed Assist with environmental monitoring as needed MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Current student in or recent (within one year) graduate of a Master s Degree-level conservation training program Three months work or volunteer experience in book or paper conservation Ability to compose concise, grammatically correct written communication/reports Ability to exercise critical thinking and practical decision making within library and archives collections workflow.

Must be able to commit to 280 hours of work over eight to 10 consecutive weeks between May and September 2017 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education/coursework in book or paper conservation techniques; library coursework Experience in library and/or archives operations Professional goals in library and/or archives conservation Experience working independently, including conservation lab project planning and time management Experience conducting a preservation survey with collections sampling techniques and presenting survey findings in a written report OTHER REQUIREMENTS Master s-level college transcripts, letter of interest, resume, portfolio of conservation work (online samples accepted), and contact information for two professional references must be submitted at the time of application Criminal history check required upon contingent offer Ability to lift 40 pounds of work-related materials and manipulate large volumes and boxes Work in a non-smoking environment SUPERVISION This position does not have supervisory duties VETERANS: Use your military skills to qualify for this position or other jobs! Go to www.texasskillstowork.com to translate your military work experience and training courses into civilian job terms, qualifications and skill sets.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicants must submit a completed State of Texas Application for Employment, Texas State Library and Archives Commission Supplemental Data Sheet, and required documentation found under Other Requirements using ONE of the following methods: Submit in person or mail completed State of Texas Application to Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Human Resources Management Department, 1201 Brazos Street, Austin, TX 78711 or fax completed State of Te



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Conservation Program Specialist

Job Description: About SUEZ We are at the dawn of the resource revolution. In a world facing high demographic growth, runaway urbanization and the shortage of natural resources, securing, optimizing and renewing resources is essential to our future. SUEZ (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) supplies drinking water to 92 million people, delivers wastewater treatment services to 65 million, collects waste produced by 34 million, recovers 16.3 million tons of waste each year and produces 5,853 GWh of local and renewable energy. With 82,500 employees, SUEZ, which is present on all five continents, is a key player in the sustainable management of resources. SUEZ generated total revenues of €15.1 billion in 2015. SUEZ Water New York (SWNY) is seeking a high energy and dynamic individual to manage the roll out and implementation of their new conservation program. The program will be a coordinated effort with Orange and Rockland Utilities (ORU), the local power utility, who have already implemented an energy conservation program. Key elements of the program are as follows: * Coordinate with 3rd party vendor and ORU to manage rebate program. Rebates will be for typical residential appliances/devices (e.g., toilets, washers, showerheads). * Coordinate with 3rd party vendor and ORU to implement water audits to commercial, industrial and multifamily customers. Rebates to be offered depending on result of audit. Candidate will participate in some water audits.

  • Implement outreach/education programs via company website, mailings and public speaking events and general presentations. Work with public relations staff to prepare press releases, newsletters, flyers and other information related to the conservation program.

  • Work with SUEZ Website development team to ensure that conservation messaging and programs are properly implemented

  • Coordinate conservation messaging with education institutions via the Program WET (Water Education for Teachers) * Assist with training of Customer Service staff to become knowledgeable of program in order to respond to customer inquiries

  • Review conservation survey data to inform the progress of the program

  • Prepare periodic summaries of the program progress for the Public Service Commission including rebate programs and estimates of water savings across the water utility.

  • Work with planning department to analyze water consumption patterns and recommend changes to the conservation program in order to meet the 5-year target of attaining at least 1 mgd of savings to water consumption. Strong analytical skills required * / /* * / /* * /Dimensions:/* Direct report: Bill Madden, Director of External Affairs * /Education/Equivalent//:/ Minimum requirements to perform the job include: Candidates should possess a bachelor's degree in the field of Conservation, Sustainability OR communications, public relations or journalism. * / / * / /* * / /* * /Nature & Scope-Principal Areas of Responsibilities:/* * Develop and implement the conservation program

  • Develop conservation-related content for all SUEZ NY communications channels including Facebook, Twitter, e-newsletters and print advertising and company website.

  • Schedule presentations to community groups to include senior citizens and rotaries.

  • Plan and deliver conservation education materials

  • Work closely with SUEZ customer service to address customer issues related to rebates and incentives.

  • Plan radio shows, TV shows and podcasts that promote conservation

  • Track progress of program and revise/update the program to meet the water usage reduction objective, as necessary.

  • Manage 3rd party vendors for rebate programs and audits.

  • Essential Functions:* / / While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl. The vision requirements include: ability to adjust focus and close vision. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must hold a valid driver’s license. * * * This position description is intended for the purpose of evaluation and salary positioning and is not a contract setting forth the full scope of employment. The employer retains the right to deviate from the description at its discretion, without notice.

  • Required Skills * /Work Experience Needed/*/:/ * 3-5 years of experience in working on water/energy conservation programs.

  • Experience with making public presentations

  • Experience in managing and adhering to project budgets and schedules.

  • Demonstrated experience in managing consultants/vendors

  • Demonstrated leadership skills to manage multidisciplinary projects & initiatives and work with various departments

  • Demonstrated ability to manage and evaluate data

  • Ability to manage internal personnel and consultants on complex projects with aggressive time frames

  • Experience in report writing Required Experience * /Special Skills/Abilities Needed//:/ * / / * Excellent analytical, organizational, computer and interpersonal skills.

  • Computer skills (MS Office, Excel, Word) * Strong knowledge of conservation programs in the U.S., familiarity with literature on conservation.

  • Strong communication, technical and presentation skills. Incumbent may need to make presentations after work hours

  • Excellent project management skills and demonstrated ability to adhere to budgets

  • Strong analytical and problem solving capability

  • Strong interpersonal skills – ability to work with internal/external clients and customer/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes

  • Good organizational skills – ability to prioritize and focus on areas of significant impact; often managing multiple priorities simultaneously.

  • Strong project management skills – ability to lead and work successfully in a team environment

  • Provide guidance and support, and assure that all deliverables are submitted timely, accurately, and in accordance with all company policies and practices. * / /* Job Location West Nyack, New York, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular

  • Conservation Program Specialist * * 1432-110 * * West Nyack, New York, United States

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Instructor Pool - Water Conservation - Fall 2017

AA/EEO Statement


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/EEO Statement Lane Community College is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity / Veteran / Disabled Employer embracing diversity. We encourage a safe and hospitable environment for women, minority, veteran and disabled candidates.

  • Lane actively recruits Veterans and those with Disabilities for all positions. For accommodations and questions call 541-463-5111. * Veterans, please fax, e-mail, mail or deliver your documentation to Human Resources at Lane Community College. chowdhuryl@lanecc.edu, 541-463-5111 # Position Information: ## Applicant Notification Lane is recruiting for a Water Conservation Technician Program Part-time Faculty. This position will be responsible for teaching core program courses in Commercial and Industrial water conservation and Mechanical Systems Water conservation.

  • Beyond the required education and experience instructors must have a passion for what they teach, and have teaching styles that support student success. Instructors are responsible for following Division and College procedures in support of teaching and learning.

  • As a vibrant educational institution, Lane is continuing to attract and retain a diverse student population. We are seeking qualified staff and educators to meet this need.

    Preferred candidates will be able to demonstrate active dedication to enhancing diversity and the role-modeling of cultural competency. Bilingual skills in Asian and Spanish languages are strongly desired.

  • Transcripts are required to be considered.

  • Complete your application! It will be used to determine your salary placement, blank fields may void your application from being considered. How to monitor your application. 1.

    Enter the e-mail address recruitment@lanecc.edu into your safe sending list. Be sure to check your junk or spam mail accounts. 2. Visit your Employment Opportunities account.

    The main page will show your status in the search. Applicants must complete the Lane online application in full. See applicant instructions for how to apply. Positions close at 9:00 pm.

Salary


/Compensation Statement Part-time faculty positions will be paid based on relevant experience and education following Lane’s part-time faculty salary schedule.

  • Starting salary range: Step 1 – Step 10 All employees are compensated by electronic deposit.

Working Schedule Based on Student


, program and college needs. Term by Term employment. # Required QUALIFICATIONS ## Required Education REQUIRED EDUCATION:

EDUCATION: Certificate/Associate in physical science, engineering, social science, public policy or related water management field. AND/OR Bachelor degree in physical science, engineering, social science, public policy or related water management field. AND/OR Masters degree in physical science, engineering, social science, public policy or related water management field.


Required Experience REQUIRED EXPERIENCE A minimum of three


(3) years of water conservation program / policy experience with progressive responsibilities # Preferred QUALIFICATIONS ## Preferred Education PREFERRED EDUCATION Doctorate in physical science, engineering, social science, public policy or related water management field


Preferred Experience PREFERRED EXPERIENCE Five


(5) years progressive responsibility in the water conservation field.


Bilingual


/Multicultural Statement Bilingual proficiency in Spanish/Asian languages and multicultural experience is preferred. A demonstrated commitment to diversity is expected.


Equivalency Statement No equivalencies offered


Position Purpose Instruct students in alignment with the core mission


, vision and values.


Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Promote and facilitate awareness in developing multicultural and diversity


-based curricula. Integrate diverse aspects of culture into Water Conservation Education Work individually with students during office hours and in other settings to help them with course content questions relating to Water Conservation program options and choices.

Must demonstrate an active concern for meeting the needs of students, staff, and the public. Work with division members, and other Water Conservation and Watershed Science Technician faculty and tutors to help improve student placement, retention, curriculum, instruction and the learning environment. Support student learning through activities that include: * exhibit compliance with College policies and procedures, accountability for leave time, time sheet completion, release time, text book ordering and related functions * sustain currency in discipline and innovation in teaching * maintain and post teaching schedule, regular meetings and office hours * maintain physical campus presence for instruction and daily needs of students, departments, college and community, as specified in the College Operations Policies and Procedures: http://www.lanecc.edu/cops/index.htm * maintain requirements for student records, attendance, grades, and/or other documentation; ensure a safe, quality classroom or lab, including equipment, supplies, and inventory Curriculum Delivery * provide high quality classroom instruction * create course content, develop and revise course content and multicultural materials * establish learning outcomes consistent with core ability outcomes, assess outcomes using appropriate assessment tools, and use assessment results to inform improvements at a program and course level * incorporate college values into curriculum and promote a respectful learning environment including facilitating awareness of multicultural and diversity issues in curricula * teach and develop all class syllabi and course materials, in a form that can be directly delivered to, and used by, students * confer with students on course materials

  • Deliver computing curriculum to students in traditional and online formats.

  • Review student submitted assessments and assignments Demonstrate Lane’s core value of diversity by modeling and ensuring diversity and cultural competency (respect, inclusiveness, reflecting, valuing and welcoming of cultural differences) in all position responsibilities regardless of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, social class, marital status, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, nationality, age, language, origin or employment status. Must demonstrate an active concern for meeting the needs of students, staff, and the public. Other duties as assigned.

Supervision Statement Reports to the Institute for Sustainable Practices Division Dean


; work may be led by a faculty lead or coordinator.


Physical Demands


/Working Environment Work Safely, May stand or sit for 7 hours or more; work on a computer for an entire work day


Knowledge Skills and Abilities KNOWLEDGE


, SKILLS & ABILITIES Ability to: Advise, motivate, encourage, explain options, and guide students in the learning process; plan, implement, and evaluate professional-technical courses; maintain a classroom atmosphere conducive to student learning; establish and maintain effective working relations with faculty, students, and staff; communicate effectively; demonstrate organizational abilities; understanding of time management; well rounded leadership skills; strong communication abilities; and, computer skills, including word processing; analyze and problems solve; write clearly and present information in concise summary reports; prioritize and set long and short-term goals; understand the role of the community college and the diversity of the community college student body.


Applicant Instructions APPLICANT INSTRUCTIONS The resume may not replace any one section of the application


. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

  • Complete all employment fields! Your application will be used to determine your salary placement. Details requested.

Required Documents


1.Complete online application.

  • List three (3) references including names, addresses, email addresses and daytime phone numbers. 2. Resume – OPTIONAL 3.

    Cover letter – that explains interest in and experience in teaching Water Conservation. (1 page, single spaced maximum) 4. Veterans, please fax, e-mail, mail or deliver your DD214/Letter of Disability to Human Resources at Lane, chowdhuryl@lanecc.edu , 541-463-5111 5. Transcripts are required

  • Attach under “OPTIONAL” or * Fax, mail, e-mail, or deliver Questions? * For assistance with the online application call 541-463-5586 * For position questions contact Roger Ebbage, ebbager@lanecc.edu additional documents and letters of reference are not accepted ## Transcript Instructions TRANSCRIPT INSTRUCTIONS: Transcripts are required to be considered for this position.

    Electronic attachment is strongly preferred or fax, deliver or mail per instructions below. Lane Community College Attn: Roger Ebbage Energy Management and Water Program Bldg 16, 2nd floor 4000 E 30th Ave Eugene OR 97405 541. 463.3977 phone ebbager@lanecc.edu (Official transcripts sent by e-mail from universities and colleges will only be accepted with the official university cover letter attached, and when sent from a university mailbox.) Posting Number: 170035 Job Title: Instructor Pool

  • Water Conservation

  • Fall 2017 Department /Division: Energy Management Program Location: Downtown Campus Classification: Faculty Position Type: Contracted Part-Time Faculty Anticipated Start Date: On or about September 1, 2012 Salary/Wage: Hourly Working Schedule: Based on Student, program and college needs. Term by Term employment. FLSA: Exempt Position Status: Temporary Full/Part: Part-Time Annual Schedule: Other Quicklink for Posting: http://jobs.lanecc.edu/postings/8300 Posting Date: 04/24/2017 Closing Date: 06/26/2017 Applicant Pool: Pool Open Until Filled: No Union Association: LCC Education Association (Faculty)

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Classified Conservation Corpsmember (Temporary), Greater Valley Conservation Corps, County Operated Schools And Programs (One Or More Positions Available)

Classified Conservation Corpsmember (Temporary), Greater Valley Conservation Corps, County Operated Schools and Programs (One or more positions available)

Employer:

San Joaquin County Office of Education

Date Posted:

4/1/2017

Contact:

Laura Chavarria

209-468-9125

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Not Specified

Length of Work Year:

TBD

Employment Type:

Part Time

Application Deadline:

7/31/2017 11:45 PM Pacific

Salary:

Short Term Employee Hourly Salary Schedule: $10.50-$11.50 per hour

Date Posted:

4/1/2017 Application Deadline:

7/31/2017 11:45 PM Pacific Employment Type:

Part Time Length of Work Year:

TBD Salary:

Short Term Employee Hourly Salary Schedule: $10.50-$11.50 per hour Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Not Specified Contact: Laura Chavarria Email: lchavarria@sjcoe.net Phone: 209-468-9125

HRA:

HRA#

Location:

To Be Determined

Department:

County Operated Schools and Programs

Previous Posting Open 6/1/2015 Closed 7/31/15:

Previous Posting 7/31/15 CLosed 2/12/16

HRA:

HRA#

Location:

To Be Determined

Department:

County Operated Schools and Programs

Previous Posting Open 6/1/2015 Closed 7/31/15:

Previous Posting 7/31/15 CLosed 2/12/16

Job Description / Essential Elements:

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Requirements for Applying

Eligibility requirements:•Between the ages of 18 and 25•Can pass random drug testing•Have a High School Diploma, GED or are enrolled in a school program or are willing to be enrolled to pursue these academic goals.(*Please view the job description link above for more info)

You may not apply to this application if you have not been notified by a Human Resources representative. If you are notified, you must apply online and attach the following documents to complete your application: one formal letter of interest, one resume and one professional letters of recommendation (preferably dated within the past year). Please be sure to include all of these documents along with your completed and submitted application by the deadline date. If you need assistance with this process, please call (209) 468-9125.

Requirements for Applying

Eligibility requirements:•Between the ages of 18 and 25•Can pass random drug testing•Have a High School Diploma, GED or are enrolled in a school program or are willing to be enrolled to pursue these academic goals.(*Please view the job description link above for more info)

You may not apply to this application if you have not been notified by a Human Resources representative. If you are notified, you must apply online and attach the following documents to complete your application: one formal letter of interest, one resume and one professional letters of recommendation (preferably dated within the past year). Please be sure to include all of these documents along with your completed and submitted application by the deadline date. If you need assistance with this process, please call (209) 468-9125.

Please be sure to check your email periodically for updates on your application.Nondiscrimination in Employment & Sexual Harassment: The Superintendent prohibits discrimination and/or harassment of San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) employees and job applicants on the basis of actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex or sexual orientation at any SJCOE site and/or activity.The Superintendent prohibits sexual harassment of San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) employees and job applicants, as well as retaliatory behavior or action against employees or other persons who complain, testify, or otherwise participate in the complaint process established pursuant to this policy and administrative regulation.Contact the Title IX Coordinator/Coordinator for Nondiscrimination in Employment listed below for information on Nondiscrimination in Employment/Harassment (including Sexual harassment).Name:

Deanna MorenoE-mail: dmoreno@sjcoe.netSchool District: San Joaquin County Office of EducationTelephone: 209-468-9243

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Conservation And Education Americorps Coordinator

This position is based in Durham, NC with the Eno River Association. The Eno River Association is a 501c3 non-profit conservation organization whose mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural and historic resources of the Eno River basin.

Before you apply, please “read the instructions carefully”: http://www.ctnc.org/connect/americorps-application-portal-2/ Include all relevant materials in your application. Applications that do not include all of the relevant items will not be considered. Start date is October 1st 2017 and will end on July 31st 2018.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with the last day to apply being June 15th 2017. Please note that this is for an AmeriCorps position for 10-months with a pre-determined living allowance and other benefits that include health care benefit and the Segal Education Award. All information can be found on the link provided above. The position is subject to federal renewal of the Corporation of National and Community Service and the AmeriCorps program.

At this time the Conservation Trust for North Carolina,the host program for CTNC AmeriCorps, is hopeful funding will be renewed for the AmeriCorps program. However, please be advised positions and benefits are contingent on that funding and opportunities may change until a final Fiscal Year 2018 budget is approved by Congress and the President.
Purpose of the position The Conservation and Education AmeriCorps Coordinator will be responsible for developing a Site Steward program for the Eno River Association’s conservation properties, planning and managing community workdays, organizing landowner outreach meetings, and supporting hands-on, feet-wet environmental education programs for underserved youth. Position responsibilities and duties The AmeriCorps member will: + Organize two or more stewardship workdays per month.

Duties will include promoting workdays through social media and other outreach methods, recruiting volunteers, and orienting volunteers to each project site and task. They must keep a vehicle clean and gassed up, and maintain an existing inventory of tools, assembling all equipment and supplies needed for each workday.

  • Communicate with volunteers and other friends of the Association in a friendly, responsive, and professional manner.

  • Plan and deploy a new Site Stewards program.

    As part of the program, the member will need to recruit and train a corps of ‘super volunteers’ to manage key conservation lands.

  • Develop an outreach plan for reaching and engaging underserved and visually impaired communities in local stewardship and educational programs.

  • Support our STEM-based environmental education programs, which get kids hands-on and feet-wet in the Eno and prepare them for success in science back in the classroom.

  • Plan and implement two workshops for landowners that encourage them to participate in Eno’s conservation programs.

  • Seek an Environmental Education Certification as well as seek certification in wilderness first aid, chainsaw safety, hazardous materials, or other value added skill. Qualifications (knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the job) + Requires basic knowledge of natural resource management, volunteer coordination, and environmental restoration techniques + Basic knowledge of the local environment + An interest in environmental education for people of all ages + Strong leadership skills + Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact and communicate with a variety of public and private interests, partners, and constituents + Excellent written and verbal communication skills + The ability to work independently and in a team setting + Requires a willingness to work in an outdoor environment and in an office setting + Valid Driver's License + Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively, creatively and effectively with people of all ethnic, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds + Demonstrated computer abilities in Microsoft Office suite, especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint; webpage and social media background (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) preferred + Must be at least 18 years of age, be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States; Must have a legal driver’s license and consent to a criminal history check Essential Functions/physical demands + Ability to lift at least 30lbs; Navigate uneven terrain in an outdoor environment; withstand unfavorable weather conditions; work in an office setting at a computer Preferred schedule Monday through Friday 9AM to 5PM and some weekends (at least one weekend day per month for stewardship workdays as well as occasional special events)

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Officer, International Boreal Conservation Campaign (Advocacy/Political Campaign Strategies)

The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life.

We are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew. Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results.

Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments – at the local, state, national and international levels – serving the public interests. With offices in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Brussels and London and staff in other regions of the United States as well as Australia, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect.

The Environmental Portfolio at the Pew Charitable Trusts For the past twenty-five years, Pew has been a major force in educating the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences, and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our environment work is focused on reducing the scope and severity of three major global environmental problems: + The use of fossil fuels and other energy sources that damage the environment and increase the concentration of greenhouse gases in the planet’s atmosphere; + The erosion of large terrestrial wilderness ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity; and, + The destruction of the world’s marine environment. Pew has worked in the United States and Canada since 1990 to protect vast stretches of unspoiled wilderness and more recently expanded our land conservation efforts to Australia and Chile.

Pew has also become one of, if not the, largest group of marine policy professionals in the world, working to reduce the scope and severity of various activities that are having a detrimental impact on the health of the world’s oceans. Each year many tons of fish and other marine life are removed from the world’s oceans due to harmful fishing practices and to the lack of appropriate regulatory controls that allow overfishing and habitat destruction to continue. Pew began its oceans program in the United States, focusing on ending overfishing and protecting fragile marine habitat.

Since 2005, Pew’s ocean conservation program has expanded around the world and has played a significant role in reforming marine fisheries management in the European Union and on the high seas. Pew’s work is grounded in the best available science and our goal is to reverse the decline of ocean life and the habitat on which it depends. Our work uses a systematic, rigorous approach through the application of the latest science-based conservation standards to establish catch limits and to put in place other measures to protect or restore populations of marine life ranging from sharks and tunas to penguins and whales.

Our current efforts in the Western Hemisphere are focused on implementing ecosystem-based fisheries management practices in U.S. waters, protecting marine wildlife and habitat in the Arctic Ocean, achieving clean energy and climate adaption policies at the federal level, and designating new wilderness protected areas, parks and wildlife refuges on land. Campaign Overview Over the past two decades, Pew has played a prominent role in working with state and regional partners, local communities and public officials to preserve wild and biologically diverse public lands in the United States, Canada and Australia. The International Boreal Conservation Campaign (IBCC) is a Trusts Operated Project working in Canada and internationally to centrally manage and support the Trusts’ boreal conservation efforts with its partners, including Ducks Unlimited, Inc. and Ducks Unlimited Canada, the Boreal Songbird Initiative, the Indigenous Leadership Initiative, environmental organizations and progressive corporations.

Position Overview The officer will initiate, plan, implement and evaluate strategies for and coordination of regional IBCC campaigns in British Columbia and other jurisdictions in western Canada. IBCC campaigns in British Columbia are ramping up new, multi-year efforts and other western Canadian jurisdictions may launch in the coming months. The officer will also closely coordinate the efforts of Pew’s IBCC with its Alaska boreal project. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support.

  • Work closely with the Director, Regional Campaign teams and strategic partners to develop and aggressively pursue winning advocacy campaigns in British Columbia and other jurisdictions in western Canada: + Provide campaigning expertise to help regional campaign teams plan, develop, implement, and evaluate their strategies, including strategic plans for communications, media outreach, constituency outreach and organizing tactics.

  • Assess and analyze political landscape in key jurisdictions; + Integrate and ensure effective, coordinated, collaborative partnerships among the campaign’s strategic components and partners (e.g. science, communications, indigenous leaders, conservation groups); + Continually assess the effectiveness of campaign strategies and work with campaign leaders and partners to refine and improve it; + Identify, engage, and effectively mobilize new strategic allies and partners;

  • Work with communications team to develop communications strategies that deploy traditional and non-traditional media to support campaign goals;

  • Assist in drafting, editing and preparating of campaign materials (e.g. letters to public officials, news releases, reports) as needed.

  • Oversee and assist with special projects as determined in conjunction with the campaign Director. We are seeking an experienced campaign or advocacy professional who has a proven track record of success in advancing policy campaigns.

  • A bachelor's degree required and progressively responsible experience in issue advocacy and/or political campaigns, advanced degree preferred; + Eight years of applicable experience. Experience developing and implementing sophisticated campaign plans and strategies that shape public policy strongly preferred; + Excellent networking skills; + Proven record of securing policy wins;

  • Ability to lead and work within a diverse team to accomplish project goals;

  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach;

  • A high level of cultural sensitivity and awareness; + Proficiency with Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Preferred: Familiarity with conservation issues; Knowledge of or experience working in Canada.

    Travel: This position will be based in Seattle, Washington and will travel internationally to Canada several times per year and to our headquarters office in Washington, DC several times per year. Compensation and Benefits As this is a full-time position, we offer a competitive salary and complete benefit program, including: comprehensive, affordable health care through medical, dental and vision coverage; financial security with life and disability insurance; opportunities to save using health savings and flexible spending. The Pew Charitable Trusts is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.

    Pew considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, military/veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. ID: 2016-4922 External Company URL: www.pewtrusts.org

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Conservation District Administrator

ADMINISTRATOR TASKS: Keeps financial records for the Conservation District posted and updated in conjunction with the Treasurer of the Board of Supervisors.

Maintains financial records with Quickbooks. Makes financial and tax deposits bi-monthly. Prepares financial statements and makes them available for board meetings, showing receipts, disbursements, and balances of all District accounts.

Maintains District files according to the established policy and procedure. Prepares in advance for the monthly board meetings, an agenda, a meeting date notice, and a copy of the minutes from the last month's meeting. Assembles financial data, all correspondence, memoranda, and other materials for the meetings.

Keeps minutes for the monthly meetings so as to include a record of all action taken, policies adopted, and all other pertinent information discussed. Types up all minutes and files everything discussed at each board meeting. Receives and maintains a monthly record of mileage for themselves and the Supervisors.

Receives and takes care of all incoming and outgoing mail, as well as answering the telephone. Prepares and maintains program records, files, and other material as requested. Advises the Conservation District Board of Supervisors as new challenges and opportunities arise, and carries out their recommendations.

Identifies sources to secure operating funds fort he Conservation District, which includes grant writing for various projects. Works with other natural resource agencies by coordinating requests for assistance with activities through the Conservation District. Keeps abreast of all federal, state, and local laws that affect conservation work with the District and the state.

Responsible for the proper maintenance and use of all District office equipment, as well as rental equipment. Compiles background information to aid in the decision making and policy setting of the Conservation District board. Responsible for tree orders, 310 Stream Permitting, Water Reservations, Water Rights, Salinity Seep Control, etc.

Administers educational programs: Stewardship Week, Poster Contest, Educational Workshops, DCC College Scholarships, conservation Cooperator of the Year, Dawson County Fair Display, Outdoor Classroom, etc. Initiates and directs public information through individual contacts, tours, newspapers, radio, television, newsletters, community outreach, etc.

Takes action to insure that all deadlines are met. Participates in the District Administrator Appraisal process each year. TASKS AND DUTIES FOR THE NRCS (Includes but not limited to): The District Administrator will act as a receptionist for both the Conservation District and the NRCS.

Will maintain any NRCS files according to the established policies and procedures. Responsible for any correspondence of various NRCS forms and reports. Helps to maintain office supplies in sufficient quantities for office staff.

Initiates and directs public information through individual contacts, tours, newspapers, radio, television, newsletters, community outreach, etc. Coordinates Conservation District involvement and assistance in a variety of programs, meetings and activities with the District Conservationist of the NRCS. This is a part time permanent position without benefits.

Office hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pay depends on experience. Open until filled.



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Conservator

The Princeton University Art Museum, one of the nation's preeminent cultural institutions in an academic setting, seeks applications for the position of Conservator. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work within the setting of an art museum that is intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, overseeing the care and preservation of a highly-regarded, globe-spanning collection representing 5,000 years of world history.

Under the supervision of the Chief Registrar and Manager of Collections Services, the Conservator oversees the Museum's conservation laboratory and has responsibility for the physical care of the Museum's extensive collections. The Conservator supervises, schedules, and/or performs conservation and preservation of the Museum's collections, including examination, documentation, analysis, research, preventative maintenance, and treatment. The Conservator also manages all contract conservators, student interns, and volunteers who participate in conservation activities, and coordinates with the Director, curators, registrars, and other staff members to establish procedures and priorities for safe handling, storage, exhibition, and loan of the collections.

Moreover, the Conservator collaborates with Museum educators to inform the campus and community about conservation and preservation initiatives. The position requires the ability to develop and oversee faculty and student collaborations and innovative art-science partnerships, and may require the ability to plan and oversee a substantial expansion of the Museum's conservation activities and facilities at a future date. Working with the Director, the Associate Director for Institutional Advancement, and others, the Conservator assists in the stewardship of donors, prepares grant documents, and advances funding strategies.

The Museum is a fast paced, team-based environment, producing multiple projects that range in scale and complexity and are subject to demanding timetables. An ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously and to communicate effectively and regularly with many members of staff, including the Museum Director, is essential to the position. Required qualifications include an advanced degree in art conservation.

A concentration in painting conservation is preferred, although a background in the conservation of three-dimensional objects may be considered. A minimum of five to ten years of conservation laboratory work beyond the internship level, including administrative or supervisory experience, is essential. Candidates with additional experience will be prioritized.

To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, please visit http://artmuseum.princeton.edu. To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, a CV, and contact information for three references to "Jobs at Princeton" https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/682. Appointment to this position is subject to the University's background check policy.



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