Meet the Community Coaches

Lynne Sebille-White

Lynne Sebille-White

Senior Director, Career Coaching & Campus Partnerships
(Career Coach)
Alicia Joens

Alicia Joens

Senior Specialist, New Student Partnerships
(Career Coach)
  • Do you consider yourself problem-focused, thoughtful, or eco-friendly?
  • Are you interested in learning about human/environment interactions or conservation efforts that support sustainable living?
  • Does it sound like fun to conduct field work outside?
  • Could you see yourself analyzing environmental data through geologic mapping, helping to prevent environmental hazard disasters, or advocating for “going green"?

 Careers in this community focus on studying the physical aspects of the earth and applying knowledge to educate and inform on how to protect the environment and human/animal  health.

Conservation/Natural Resources/Climate Change/Sustainability

  • Conservation (can pair with Coordinator, Technician, Intern, Steward, Officer, Crew, Corps., Education/Educator, Communications/PR)
  • Environment/Environmental (can pair with Steward, Educator, Guide, Research, Justice, Interpreter/Interpretation, Outreach, Scientist, Intern, Social Media, Communications,
  • Outdoor (can pair with Educator/Education, Youth, Visitor)
  • Field (can pair with Work, Crew, Member)
  • Land (can pair with Protection, Program, Manager, Coordinator)
  • Plants/Invasive Plant/Invasive Species/Vegetation
  • Seed Collection/Collector
  • Habitat (can pair with restoration, technician)
  • Wildlife/Animal ( can pair with Conservation, Protection, Rehabilitation, Biology)
  • Zoo
  • Desert
  • Marine
  • Mountain
  • Water/Watershed/River/Stream/Lake/Marsh/Ocean
  • Soil (can pair with Conservation/Conservationist, Science)
  • Trails (can pair with Planner, Assistant, Crew, Preservation, Assessment, Technician)
  • Wildfire/Fire (can pair with Science, Prevention)
  • Forest/Wilderness (can pair with Ranger, Intern, Program, Associate)
  • Park or Historical Park (can pair with Ranger, Intern, Interpreter, Guide, National, State)
  • Natural Resources (can pair with Department, Technician, Education)
  • Fisheries/Fish
  • Ecology/Biology/Entomology (can pair with Intern, Technician, Research)
  • Climate (can pair with Action, Solutions, Analyst, Communications)
  • Museum Curator/Exhibit Intern (within national/state parks/aquariums, etc.)
  • Seasonal (relevant for park/preserve and similar summer work)
  • Science Communications (pair with Intern, Assistant, Associate)
  • Sustainability (pair with Advocate, Intern, Project/Program Manage, Coordinator)
  • Recycling
  • Restoration

Energy

  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Geothermal
  • Biomass
  • Ethanol
  • Air (can pair with Pollution, Emissions, Quality)
  • Energy (can pair with Audit, Coordinator, Efficiency, Renewable, Research)

Environmental Planning/Policy/Advocacy/Organizing

  • Policy (can pair with Wildlife, Climate, Environmental, Research, Agriculture)
  • Environmental Compliance (can pair with Specialist, Coordinator, Scientist, Analyst, Field Technician)
  • Government Relations (within orgs. that must comply with environment regulations)
  • Regulatory Specialist
  • Climate Action/Policy
  • Organizing (Can pair with Community, Environmental)
  • Public Interest Research
  • Planner (can pair with Urban, Transportation, Assistant, Associate, Technician)
  • Sustainability or Corporate Sustainability (can pair with Advocate, Intern, Project/Program, Coordinator, Lead)
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Environmental Protection (can pair with Agency, Specialist, Public Affairs, Program)
  • Legal Assistant/Paralegal (within relevant law firms or government agencies)

Environmental Health & Safety

Food/Agriculture

  • Farm (can pair with Organic, Intern, Market, Coordinator)
  • Farmers Market (can pair with Manager, Coordinator, I)ntern
  • Horticulture/Community Garden
  • Food (can pair with Corps, Inspector, Scientist, Pantry, Access, Supply)
  • Agriculture/Natural Resources (can pair with Extension, Educator, Agent, Intern)
  • Quality Assurance/Food Inspector
  • Agronomy/Agronomist
  • USDA, FDA or Dept. of Agriculture for State of ____

Geography/Geoscience/GIS

  • GIS(can pair with Intern, Mapper, Analyst, Technician, Integrator, Coordinator, Specialist)
  • Geology/Geological/Geologist (can pair with Entry-Level, Assistant)
  • Geological Survey (U.S. or by state)
  • Cartographer/Cartography/Geographer
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Mine/Mining
  • Mud Logger/Logging
  • Hydrology/Hydrologic Technician
  • Meteorologist/ Meteorological Technician

 

 

 

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Environmental Science Career Information & Options

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Campus Sustainability Resources (UI Office of Sustainability)

Career Information for Undergraduates (Ecological Society of America)

Environmental Justice Guide (UI Office of Sustainability)

Sustainability within Business

Environmental Law & Policy

Geoscience

 

 

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Explore: Learn what people in the industry do, talk about, and take action on.

Prepare: Learn job titles, companies, and organizational/thought leaders.

Experience: Check out the resources; including specialized job boards, and LinkedIn groups to find mentors and job shadowing/informational interviewing opportunities. 

Achieve: Polish your professional image by taking an active part in your industry’s association. Reach your goals through networking and the professional development opportunities your association provides.

Plus, professional associations often offer discounted memberships to students!

Environment/Conservation/Sustainability

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Occupational Health and Safety Specialist at QLI

Friday, November 25, 2022
Employer: QLI Expires: 12/12/2022 Maslow was right. The visionary psychologist understood that beyond having air to breathe, water to drink, food to eat, and a place to shelter, having our health and safety needs met is essential to life.This belief is the bedrock of QLI’s clinical model, and it represents the daily commitment we make to each and every one of our team members.If they aren’t healthy and safe, nothing else matters. This essential foundation paves the way for them to thrive and achieve. Without it, they will fail, as will our mission.  We are looking for an innovative, empathetic, rational, dependable, and organized person to champion our health and safety efforts at QLI. The Occupational Health and Safety Specialist will work with a collaborative team to…   1. Document data, maintain medical records, and complete reporting consistent with OSHA and other regulatory   requirements.   2. Participate in QLI’s safety committee and report on injury trends within the company.   3. Illness + Infection Prevention     a. Collect new hire immunization records and assess for any current vaccine needs.     b. Assist with the administrations of immunizations and TB tests for team members.     c. Identify and manage personal protective equipment needs and processes.      d. Provide large and small-group instruction on proper hand hygiene and other infection control measures.     e. Serve on the QLI COVID-19 Response team and conduct COVID-19 viral testing as needed (training provided).   4. Injury Prevention + Response     a. Prevention       i. Conduct pre-employment fitness screenings for new hires.       ii. Oversee new hire drug screens and work with supervisors to facilitate additional drug testing needs when required.       iii. Provide large and small group instruction on safe work practices including back safety and proper body mechanics.       iv. Partner with team members on the job to assess and recommend safe work practices and office ergonomics.       v. Collaborate with QLI clinical teams to improve the safety of resident transfer and other care routines.     b. Response       i. Respond to team member incidents and injuries in a timely and empathetic manner.       ii. Make knowledgeable injury assessments and provide treatment guidance in collaboration with our occupational health partner, including coordinating fit-for-duty assessments.       iii. Conduct effective case management of worker’s compensation claims.       iv. Facilitate safe and timely return to work after injury including working with supervisors on implementing plans for light duty when necessary.       v. Conduct injury investigations and recommend prevention strategies in collaboration with the safety committee and other company leaders.   5. Teach adult CPR/AED classes (instructor training provided).Skills / Knowledge / Abilities:    1. Possess knowledge of applicable healthcare regulations (OSHA, CDC, CMS, FMLA, HIPAA, etc.) to serve as a reliable and knowledgeable resource for the prevention of injuries and illnesses in the workplace.    2. Exhibit strong communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with teams at all levels of the organization and relate to individuals of varying backgrounds.   3. Maintain confidentiality and be seen as a trustworthy, approachable team member.   4. Initiate tasks independently and display innovativeness and problem solving.    5. Demonstrate a high degree of organization and attention to detail.Education / Certifications:    1. Experience in physical rehabilitation or occupational health or any medical setting (required)   2. CPR and First Aid certified (training provided)   3. Nebraska CNA and/or Medication Aide Certification (preferred)   4. Additional training in occupational health and safety (preferred)Schedule:    · Full-time   · On call for employee illness and injury issues on a rotating schedule. Location:  This position is on-site.Vaccination Requirements:    · All team members are required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination. If needed, we will provide vaccination at QLI, free of charge.   · Annual flu vaccine is required. If needed, we will provide vaccination at QLI, free of charge.Excellent Benefits and Advantages:   · One of the best health & dental insurance plans in Omaha   · HSA or FSA and dependent care   · Vacation/Sick/Holiday pay   · 401(k) with generous employer contribution   · Free on-site wellness center   · Merit-based pay   · Tuition reimbursement   · Casual dress (no scrubs or uniforms)Website to Apply: https://teamqli.com/careersQLI is an EOE.  A drug screen and criminal background check are required.  Must not have any condition or limitation that could pose a direct threat to self or others unless such threat can be eliminated by a reasonable accommodation. Must be able to pass a fitness assessment designated for this job title and perform all physical activities related to the position. Regular attendance in your assigned role is an essential job function.  

Jr Specialist Citrus IPM Research (22-70) at University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Employer: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources - Academic Human Resources Expires: 12/12/2022 The Junior Specialist for Citrus Integrated Pest Management will support Area Citrus IPM Advisor working on arthropod pest management issues in California citrus by providing greenhouse, laboratory, and field support in research and outreach projects related to insects and mites. Work duties include establishing and maintaining research field plots, establishing and maintaining greenhouse research, assisting staff research associates in establishing and maintaining insects and mite colonies, data gathering in the field and greenhouse, collecting field samples, applying pesticides and other agrochemicals, data gathering, summary, and analysis. The Junior Specialist must have skills to be able to identify citrus pests should be familiar with the citrus production area of the San Joaquin Valley, understand citrus production systems, and should be able to communicate effectively with clientele and other academics via phone, email, and in person. The Junior Specialist should be able to work independently, work with staff research associate, supervise lab assistants, students, interns, or other employees, and maintain clear and organized records of all field work and samples collected. The clientele served by this position is the California citrus industry, specifically citrus growers and Pest Control Advisors. Major Duties and Responsibilities:Assist communicating with agrochemical companies and plan insecticide trials.  Monitor citrus blocks at Lindcove/grower fields, establish research plots, and apply treatments.  Write/update standard operating procedures for research experiments. Jr. Specialist Lindcove REC  Collect arthropod samples from field trials and timely process them in the laboratory.  Assist in greenhouse rearing of plants, insect, and mite colonies.  Oversee Brevipalpus californicus and Brevipalpus lewisi colony maintenance, communicate with collaborators to plan research trials.  Communicate relevant information on citrus IPM to clientele during field interactions.Reporting Relationship: The Jr. Specialist is administratively responsible to the Area IPM Citrus CE Advisor at Lindcove Research and Extension Center. Required Qualifications Education: A Bachelor’s degree or other advanced degrees in disciplines such as entomology, plant science or a closely related field is required by the appointment date. Field research experience preferred. Skills Required: To be successful, Jr. Specialists require skills in the following: Professional Competence and Activity  The Junior Specialist will participate in outreach activities, helping academics organize and conduct clientele meetings and field days, prepare extension publications, contribute to blogs, newsletters and other forms of outreach. Communication  Demonstrated excellence in written, oral, interpersonal and public speaking communication skills.  Skills to communicate and extend technical information to diverse audiences are required. Collaboration, Teamwork and Flexibility  Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively as a team member with others.  Able to adapt as circumstances warranted. Promote diversity, equity and inclusion. Lifelong Learning Demonstrated commitment to ongoing self-improvement.Desired Qualifications:  Familiarity with citrus production systems and citrus-integrated pest management. Ability to work on multiple projects at a given time shifting priorities to fit in time-sensitive projects.About UC ANR The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) consists of a network of scientists and educators working in partnership across the California. We are committed to developing and supporting healthy food systems, healthy environments, healthy communities, and healthy Californians. UC ANR administers UC Cooperative Extension UCCE), which is responsible for program development and delivery in the counties throughout the state of California.  About UC ANR The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) consists of a network of scientists and educators working in partnership across the California. We are committed to developing and supporting healthy food systems, healthy environments, healthy communities, and healthy Californians. UC ANR administers UC Cooperative Extension UCCE), which is responsible for program development and delivery in the counties throughout the state of California.  The University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce and will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. We encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.Salary & Benefits: SALARY: The salary will be in the Jr. Specialist Rank, For information regarding the Jr. Specialist series salary scales, please refer to: https://www.ucop.edu/academic-personnel-programs/_files/2022-23/july2022-salary-scales/t24-b.pdf This is a represented position. The Jr. Specialist position is a one-year definite term appointment at 100%. The performance in the position will be evaluated prior to the appointment end date. At that time, the position may be extended based on performance, continued need for the appointment and availability of funding. BENEFITS: The University of California offers comprehensive benefits including health insurance, retirement plans, two days per month paid vacation, one day per month paid sick leave, and paid holidays. For more information, refer to the UC Benefits website at: https://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/index.htmlHow to Apply If interested in this position, please visit: https://recruit.ucanr.edu/ and choose “applicants” (refer to position #22-70) Closing Date: To assure full consideration, application packets must be received by December 12, 2022; open until filled.Questions? Please contact Tatiana Avoce at tavoce@ucanr.edu

Scientific Aid (JC-341501) at California State Water Resources Control Board

Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Employer: California State Water Resources Control Board - North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board Expires: 12/14/2022 In order to be considered for this position, you must apply at CalCareers.ca.gov. First, create a CalCareers account as you must prior to applying. Once your account is created you can search 341501 to locate the job posting and apply. Note: This position will no longer be available on CalCareers after the job closes on 12/13/2022. No additional applications will be accepted after the job closing date.Positions at the Water Boards may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, applying electronically is highly encouraged.Please note: this position is paid on an hourly basis and limited to 1500 hours per calendar year. The salary range for Scientific Aid is $15.68 - $18.60 per hour.The Adaptive Management Unit of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board is looking for a Scientific Aid who is interested in helping us fulfil our vision: Healthy Watersheds, Effective Regulation, Strong Partnerships. If you love data, working in teams, and getting outdoors, this position is for you! Assist with water quality data collection, analysis, and reporting for the Elk River, Scott River, and Shasta River Stewardship Programs; help collect and evaluate data for flow objective related Basin Planning Projects; and participate in tracking and responding to Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms. Our office offers free parking and is located at 5550 Skylane Blvd., Suite A in Santa Rosa, CA, in the heart of beautiful Sonoma County close to the SMART Train and local eateries.  Additional information:Candidates must possess essential personal qualifications including integrity, initiative, dependability, good judgment, the ability to work cooperatively with others, and the ability to perform the assigned duties of the class.If the position requires driving, you must possess a current and valid driver’s license. Please Do Not include full Social Security Number, method of eligibility, and LEAP information in your application package.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.To learn more about this position and how to apply, please visit CalCareers.

IL Precision Ag & Conservation Specialist at Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Expires: 12/01/2022 Precision Ag & Conservation SpecialistLocation: Central Illinois (Location Negotiable within Project Area)Application Deadline: November 30, 2022Anticipated Start Date: December 2022Overview: Pheasants Forever in partnership with Ducks Unlimited seeks a highly motivated team-oriented individual looking to join a dynamic Team, with a passion for wildlife, conservation, agriculture, and technology that has an interest in working with farmers to find conservation solutions. The employee will be a key member of the Precision Ag & Conservation Solutions Team within Pheasants Forever. This position offers a unique opportunity to modernize conservation delivery by work directly with farmers, private landowners, consultants, retail ag and partners to analyze operations based on economic performance and look at alternative practices that increase conservation adoption, habitat and in-field profitability. The employee will process and analyze relevant on-farm data to provide profitability scenarios and Return on Investment (ROI) planning to farmers using a host of software platforms. Employee will also develop and present economic scenarios for conservation, habitat, working lands and other best management practices on acres that will result in increased profitability. The employee will be based out of a home office with regular travel within the project area and on-farm visits. Some overnight travel is required for trainings and Team meetings. The Central Precision Ag Position will provide assistances to landowners and partners in the following Illinois counties: Stark, Marshall, Putnam, LaSalle, Kendall, Grundy, Livingston, McLean, Woodford, Tazewell, Peoria, Ford, Iroquois, Champaign, Vermillion, DeWitt Piatt, Coles and Douglas. Job Duties: Lead in the identification and engagement of interested farmers. Collaborate with farmers to provide economic analyses of best management practices that increase producer profitability and create habitat.Make sound and ethical recommendations in order to maximize profitability for producers while providing water, soil and wildlife benefits.Develop and maintain relationships with agricultural partners consistent with their needs/wants.Facilitate a high-level of communication between the farmer (including trusted advisors) and partners.Focus on understanding producer needs and provide feedback on ways to improve performance.Serves as the liaison between farmers requesting alternative options and appropriate IL biologist, USDA, FWS or other partner personnel.Complete customer tracking, data entry and project reports in an accurate and timely manner.Organize and host workshops, field days and conduct other outreach efforts.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Strong customer relations and interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively, and exceptional attention to detail.Ability to make initial contacts, cold calls and develop new relationships.Self-motivated and able to work independently without direct supervision.Knowledge or the ability to understand modern farm equipment, technology and practices.Commitment to maintain standards and address issues in a timely, professional manner.Knowledge of conservation program offerings, including USDA Farm Bill Programs, as well as state and local programs, is preferred.Must have experience with ArcGIS with the ability to import and export data, create and edit shapefiles, and create professional looking maps.Valid driver’s license required; use of personal vehicle required (mileage reimbursement provided).Education and Experience Guideline: Applicants for this position should possess a Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management, Precision Agriculture, Agronomy, Ag Systems Technology, Ag Business, or related field. Candidates with an Associate degree and 5 or more years of relevant experience will be considered. Experience working on a farm operation and a knowledge of Conservation Programs is strongly preferred. A passion for the outdoors, conservation and working directly with farmers, private landowners and other professionals is highly beneficial. Starting Salary: Compensation commensurate with experience + Health Benefits and Retirement Package (5% match).  Contact: Katie Kauzlarich-Stockman, Illinois State Coordinator, 309-264-1678 or kkauzlarich@pheasantsforever.org To Apply: Visit our website at: www.pheasantsforever.org/jobs   ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Please combine your cover letter, resume and 3 references into 1 Word document or PDF file before uploading to the “Resume” section of your application on the Recruitment website. Pheasants Forever, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other category that may be protected by law

UT Range & Wildlife Conservationist - Tremonton at Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Expires: 12/14/2022 Working Lands For Wildlife Range and Wildlife ConservationistLocation: Tremonton, Utah Application Deadline: December 13, 2022 Anticipated Start Date: January 2023Overview: This position is part of a collaborative effort among the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Pheasants Forever to further the delivery of the NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife Program and assist with Farm Bill Program implementation that benefit wildlife and wildlife habitats. This position provides range /wildlife technical assistance for NRCS and associated Farm Bill conservation programs to agriculture producers and landowners.  This position also works with all the partners to build relationships with natural resource agencies and leverage funding sources through partners, such as the Utah Watershed Restoration Initiative that support and compliment Farm Bill conservation programs and the Working Lands for Wildlife Program. This position will be an employee of Pheasants Forever Inc. with daily instruction and leadership provided by the NRCS District Conservationist. Duties: Provide technical assistance (wildlife biology and range conservation focus) and guidance to landowners, government agencies, non-government organizations (NGO’s) and others. Training will be provided by NRCS, IWJV, Pheasants Forever and other local and state agencies.Coordinate integration and application of biological sciences within the conservation programs in cooperation with the local NRCS District Conservationist and others and consistent with the Field Office Technical Guide.Complete conservation plans and maps, contracts, applications and other required documentation for Farm Bill conservation programs (i.e. EQIP, ACEP, CRP and WRP) requiring biological and rangeland science expertise in cooperation with the partners.Communicate program requirements, complete site visits to determine eligibility, and develop contracts/plans for applicants enrolling in USDA conservation programs or other state and local conservation programs for the protection, restoration and enhancement of sage grouse habitat.Coordinate and participate in field work activities for sage grouse habitat project implementation and work with agricultural producers. Build relationships and ensure communication occurs with agency and non-profit organization partners to deliver and enhance conservation programs that mutually benefit landowner operations and wildlife habitats.Perform other related duties as assigned; including marketing and public outreach regarding Working Lands for Wildlife.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with landowners and partner agencies. Ability to work independently with little supervision and with diverse clientele.Knowledge of range science and wildlife ecology including the ability to develop prescribed grazing plans that include wildlife habitat management objectives.Able to obtain USDA Security Clearance and NRCS Conservation Planning certification. Excellent verbal/written communication and organizational skills.Valid driver’s license.A general qualification guideline for this position is a Bachelor of Science Degree in Rangeland Science or Wildlife Biology/Management from an accredited university with an emphasis on developing prescribed grazing systems and course work and/or experience on integrating wildlife management principles into the management systems.Knowledge of computer skills is required and applicant should be familiar with Word and Excel.Ability to use ArcMap and Toolkit would be beneficial.Physical ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time over rough terrain; lift and move material weighing up to 50 pounds; work in all types of weather conditions. Training and Experience Guideline: Any combination of training and/or experience that will enable the applicant to possess the required knowledge, skills and abilities. A general qualification guideline for this position is a Bachelor of Science Degree in Wildlife Management or closely related natural resources field and/or related field experience. Salary: $42,000 + Health Benefits and Retirement Package To Apply: Visit our Recruitment website at www.pheasantsforever.org/jobs ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Please combine your cover letter, resume and 3 references into a single Word document or PDF file before uploading to the “Resume” section of your application on the Recruitment website.  Additional questions may be directed to: Al Eiden, West Region Director, at aeiden@pheasantsforever.org  Pheasants Forever, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other category that may be protected by law.

OR Coordinating Wildlife Biologist - 3 Locations at Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Expires: 12/14/2022 Coordinating Wildlife Biologist Habitat Conservation SpecialistLocations: 3 positions total with locations in Dallas, Eugene, and Salem, Oregon Application Deadline: December 13, 2022 Anticipated Start Date: January 2023 Overview:This is a full-time position working in partnership with USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Pheasants Forever (PF) to further delivery of NRCS conservation easement programs in Oregon. The positions will provide technical assistance to NRCS for implementing the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program-Wetland Reserve Easement (ACEP-WRE) and other wildlife habitat conservation efforts. The primary objective will be providing administrative support and wildlife and ecological input to the Basin Easement Specialists to aid in the restoration and maintenance of local conservation easements. This position will be supervised by Pheasants Forever with daily guidance will be provided by the local NRCS Basin Easement Specialist. Duties will include a mix of field inventories and computer work. Partial telework is available. Duties: Assist NRCS Basin Easement Specialists with easement administration and management including but not limited to:Assist with annual monitoring of conservation easements including review of aerial photography, assessment of hydrology and vegetative cover, verification of legal ownership and completion of annual monitoring worksheetConduct onsite inspections and provide photo documentation to support certification of implemented practicesConduct photo-point monitoringComplete GPS inventory of infrastructure (e.g., boundary markers, water control structures, culverts, fences, hunting blinds)Create maps in Conservation Desktop (CD) and ArcGIS Pro. Input customer data into CD. Aid in the development of conservation plans, Wetland Restoration Plan of Operations (WRPO) and Compatible Use Authorizations (CUA), including supporting documentation such as practice specifications, maps, and National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) documentationDevelop project summaries, fact sheets for landowners, annual practice reminder letters, and other relevant reportsMeet with landowners, contractors, and/or agency partners to provide technical assistance in the planning, design, and implementation of conservation practicesPerform other related duties as assigned, including USDA program education and outreach activities. Working Conditions: This position requires the ability to walk on uneven and steep terrain for long periods of time, in all kinds of weather throughout the year. This position may also require the use of an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV), the operation of 4WD vehicles and may require towing trailers in rough terrain.This position requires extensive use of GPS units, cameras, tablets and computers and associated applications in an office setting as well as in field setting.Interactions with the public, local residents, and other partners is frequent and requires a well-developed sense of diplomacy. Qualifications:Minimum qualifications are a Bachelor’s Degree and preferably of Science (B.S.) degree in conservation, biology, agriculture, or closely related field with three years of work experience in your field.  Expected Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Ability to communicate effectively with private landowners, government agency personnel and conservation partner organizations. • Ability to work independently and as a collaborative team member. • Ability to work cooperatively with diverse clientele.• Ability to obtain USDA Security Clearance and a federal eAuthentication account to securely access USDA business tools and client files. • Excellent verbal/written communication and organizational skills. • Valid driver’s license. • Knowledge of wetland and upland wildlife habitat management, and awareness of conservation planning, ecological restoration, and invasive plant species management.• Computer skills are required, and applicant should be familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel. GIS skills are a plus.• Ability to use NRCS Conservation Desktop, GIS applications, and GPS systems would be beneficial. Training will be provided by NRCS.• Physical ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time over rough terrain; lift and move material weighing up to 50 pounds; work in all types of weather conditions.  Salary: Up to $55,000 Commensurate with Experience + Benefits To Apply: Visit our website at www.pheasantsforever.org/jobs ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Please combine your cover letter, resume and 3 references into a single Word document or PDF file before uploading to the “Resume” section of your application on the Recruitment website.  Additional questions may be directed to: Al Eiden, West Region Director, at aeiden@pheasantsforever.org  Pheasants Forever, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other category that may be protected by law.

Biological Science Technician at Agricultural Research Service

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Agricultural Research Service Expires: 12/05/2022 SummaryThis position is located with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Plains Area (PA), Plant Stress and Germplasm Development Research in Lubbock, TX. The incumbent will provide research support to the Research Geneticist of the unit.DutiesCollects, prepares, and evaluates sorghum samples and supporting records; maintains records and locates and compiles data and other information from various sources.Participates in the planning, execution, monitoring, and closing of multi-disciplinary sorghum research projects.Research sorghum planting and harvesting using large mechanical farm equipment.Searches for and synthesizes literature pertinent to research for new procedures or techniques in the laboratory, field, greenhouse, adaptation, and mitigation.Tabulates, statistically analyzes, and summarizes data using personal computers and software packages.QualificationsGS-05The qualification requirements for this position at the GS-05 grade level includes one-year of specialized experience at the GS-04 grade level, or its non-Federal equivalent, that includes; experience collecting, maintaining, and measuring biological samples related to plants; and recording, and compiling the results of the data.OREducation: Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study leading to a bachelor's degree with major study or at least 24 semester hours in any combination of courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture, or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses have been directly related to the position to be filled. Related degrees may include Plant Breeding, Plant Physiology, Agronomy, National Resource Management, Plant and Soil Science, Range and Wildfire Management, or Horticulture.ORA qualifying combination of graduate education and experience as described above.GS-06The qualification requirements for this position at the GS-06 grade level includes one-year specialized experience at the GS-05 grade level, or its non-Federal equivalent, that includes experience collecting, maintaining, and measuring biological samples related to plants, recording, compiling, and interpreting research results and dataOREducation: One full year of progressively higher-level graduate education leading to a master's or equivalent graduate degree, if directly related. Related degrees may include Plant Breeding, Agronomy, Natural Resources Management, Plant and Soil Science, Range and Wildfire Management, or Horticulture.ORA combination of graduate level education and specialized experience directly related to the position as described above.

Environmental Scientist (JC - 340788) at California State Water Resources Control Board

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: California State Water Resources Control Board - Division of Water Quality Expires: 12/13/2022 To be considered for this position, you must apply at CalCareers.ca.gov. To apply you must first, create a CalCareers account. Once your account is created you can search 340788 to locate the job posting and apply. Note: This position will no longer be available on CalCareers after the job closes on 12/12/2022. No applications will be accepted after the job closing date.Positions at the Water Boards may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, applying electronically is highly encouraged.The State Water Resources Control Board has an opening for an Environmental Scientist to join a dynamic team environment in the Strategic Stormwater Planning Unit. We are seeking a talented scientist with strong critical thinking skills to assist the team in leading the evolution of stormwater management in California. The individual will work with a multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and geologists to develop and implement stormwater-related projects aligned with the Water Board's Strategy to Optimize Resource Management of Stormwater and the Governor’s Water Supply Strategy. The individual may also act in a lead capacity to develop and implement scientifically-sound water quality control plans and policies.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Additional information:Candidates must possess essential personal qualifications including integrity, initiative, dependability, good judgment, the ability to work cooperatively with others, and the ability to perform the assigned duties of the class.If the position requires driving, you must possess a current and valid driver’s license. Please Do Not include full Social Security Number, method of eligibility, and LEAP information in your application package.To learn more about this position and how to apply, please visit CalCareers.

FORESTER at Aitkin County, Minnesota

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Aitkin County, Minnesota Expires: 11/28/2022 Job SummaryTo manage county tax-forfeited lands using multiple-use practices to enhance wildlife, recreational, and forestry interests.Supervision Received Employees working in this job class work under general supervision and usually receive some instruction with respect to details of most assignments, but are free to develop their own work sequences within established procedures, methods, and policies. They are often physically removed from their supervisor and are only subject to periodic supervisory checks.  Supervision ExercisedServes as a work leader for Forestry Technicians and seasonal equipment operators. Elements of direct control over these positions include assigning tasks, monitoring progress and work flow, checking the product for timeliness and correctness or soundness, and providing input into supervisor’s actions.Essential Functions This position description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other essential and nonessential functions as assigned or apparent to meet the ongoing needs of the department and organization. Regular attendance and punctuality are essential requirements of this position.1. Prescribes forest management projects using the latest silviculture practices. Silviculture is the science of controlling the establishment, growth, composition, health and quality of forests to meet diverse needs and values. Uses statistical equations (i.e., mensuration and biometrics) to cruise, inventory, evaluate timber. Makes independent land management decisions to meet County long term (100yr) and short term (5yr) management objectives. Makes a variety of independent high level land management decisions.2. Monitors timber permits and timber stand improvement projects to ensure all contractual obligations are being met by the logger and/or company.3. Monitors ACLD lands to determine planting, release, insect and disease problems, harvesting needs and then develops management prescriptions to address those needs.  4. Supervises timber contracts and permit holder to ensure contract specifications, financial oversight and for logging operations for compliance with state required best management practices and third party audit principles. 5. Supervises contractors constructing roads, timber stand improvement, timber thinnings, site preparation, herbicide application, tree planting. 6. Evaluates ACLD land management for Ecological Classification System based on an interpretation of soils and vegetation.7. Identification and eradication of invasive species that occur on county lands.8. Develops and maintains the county forest road system. If necessary, sets-up and supervises projects such as graveling, herbicide applications, timber stand improvements, and construction of roads.9. Locates boundaries between County and private lands using modern survey methods and equipment. Communicates with private landowners.10. Evaluates tax forfeited property regarding retention or disposal, estimates timber values, and makes recommendations for and supervises improvements. Prepares county lands for real estate sales.  Provides due diligence for public safety and cleanup of lots. Investigates and coordinates with County Sheriff and Attorney’s office for trespass and real estate property issues.11. Initiates wildlife projects and research on ACLD lands to meet management goals. Acquires input from wildlife professionals such as DNR U of M and sportsman groups..12. Helps develop and maintain ACLD recreational facilities (trails, campgrounds, water accesses, etc.) by working with various clubs and ACLD staff.13. Works with and safely around trailers, logging equipment, large construction equipment (i.e,, Backhoes, skidsteers, fork lifts, road graders, dumptrucks).  14. Makes public presentations to various groups. Trains next generation foresters by teaching classes for the University of Minnesota, Itasca Community College and others.15. Attend conferences and continuing education courses as needed.• Performs other related duties as assigned or apparent.Minimum QualificationsAssociate’s degree or higher in Natural Resources, Forestry, or a related field, plus three or more years related forestry experience and/or training.  Certified Timber Scaler issued by State of MN DNR preferred at time of hire, but not required. Pesticide Applicator license issued by the State of MN Department of Agriculture preferred at time of hire, but not required. Valid Minnesota driver’s license required. Employment reference checks, a criminal background check, and pre-employment physical will be performed as part of the pre-employment process.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities RequiredKnowledge of:  1. County and departmental policies, procedures, and practices. 2. Silviculture practices in Minnesota.3. State and local laws, rules, and regulations relevant to the work performed in this position.4. Habitat needs of wildlife and plants.5. Knowledge and understanding of soils, forest pests, and herbicides.6. Different plant and tree species.7. Basic land surveying.8. General office work such as filing and recording information. Skill in:1. Written and oral communication skills sufficient to communicate the policies and procedures of the department to, contractors, other agencies, customers and the public.2. Operating light machinery and various forestry tools.3. Accurately interpreting aerial photos.4. Proficient GPS and compass orienteering.5. Preparing and making presentations to groups.6. Reading, writing, and speaking English proficiently.7. Effectively organizing and prioritizing workload.Ability to:1. Present a positive attitude in the workplace, promote a spirit of teamwork and cooperation, and be able to treat co-workers, supervisors, and subordinates with respect, honesty, and consideration. 2. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, other county employees, loggers, contractors, individuals, special interest groups, government agencies and the general public. 3. Read and understand legal descriptions and several different types of maps.4. Work in all types of weather and conditions5. Physically traverse in treacherous conditions.6. Communicate with the public and different contractors using good judgment, integrity, and tact.7. Demonstrate independent and innovative thinking.8. Demonstrate a high degree of self-motivation and the ability to work independently 9. Endure hazardous insect, animals, and plants.10. Maintain accurate daily logs.11. Motivate and direct seasonal staff as they work. 12. Safely operate chainsaws, brush axes, ATVs, snowmobiles and pickup trucks.Language Skills High Skills – Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.Mathematical SkillsAbility to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.Reasoning Skills High Skills – Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.Computer SkillsTo perform this job successfully, an individual should be proficient at using the following software.   County Financial System (IFS), County Payroll Software, E-time, Webfusion, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, Arc GIS, and other job-related software.  Ability to TravelDaily travel required, approximately 100 miles per day on highways and forest roads.CompetenciesTo perform the job successfully, an individual should consistently demonstrate the following competencies (definitions attached or available upon request):Ethics, attendance/punctuality, safety and security, dependability, analytical, problem solving, project management, technical skills, customer service, interpersonal skills, oral communication, written communication, teamwork, leadership, quality management, cost consciousness, diversity, organizational support, judgment, motivation, planning/organizing, professionalism, quality, quantity, adaptability, initiative, strategic thinking, visionary leadership, and innovation.Work EnvironmentThe noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.Works outside and is exposed to very hot summer and cold winter temperatures, depending on the weather. Sometimes subjected to sounds and noise levels that are loud or distracting. Walks on passes through uneven terrain and is susceptible to various insect borne diseases and possibly dangerous animals. Is exposed to hazardous physical conditions daily while working around equipment and mechanical parts and is periodically exposed to hazardous chemicals such as pesticides. Equipment and ToolsPersonal protective equipment, computer, copier, fax, telephone, printer, power tools, hand tools, surveying equipment, 10-key calculators, measuring and metering devices, laser levels, construction calculators, specific forest related tools such as prisms, clinometer, Biltmore sticks, statistical charts specific to forestry (i.e. stocking tables), handheld GPS units, motor graders, bobcats, and county-owned vehicles.Physical Activities/RequirementsClimbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, carrying, use of fingers, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions. Must have the ability to lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee performs medium work, exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Position requires walking long distances in sometimes difficult terrain.Working safely is a condition of employment. Aitkin County is a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace.DisclaimerThe above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by employees assigned to this job classification. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. Aitkin County reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs as necessary. This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee.Reasonable Accommodation NoticeThe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.9/14/2022________________________________________Our Vision: We strive to be a county of safe, vibrant communities that place value on good stewardship of local resources.Our Mission: Aitkin County’s mission is to provide outstanding service in a fiscally responsible manner through innovation and collaboration with respect for all.Our Core Values: Collaboration, Innovation, Integrity, People-Focused, Professionalism 

Forester - Senior at Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - DNR

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Employer: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - DNR - Forestry Expires: 12/12/2022 The DNR excels at protecting and managing natural resources while supporting the economy and the well-being of our citizenry. Click here to see what working for the State of Wisconsin is all about! State of Wisconsin benefits include excellent health insurance options, ample leave time, a business casual office atmosphere, and an exceptional employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and tools to help promote wellness. We offer a team-orientated atmosphere and a focus on work-life balance, flexible working schedules for most positions, and the ability to flex hours with supervisor approval. The DNR is committed to hiring the best candidate and is offering a $2000 sign-on bonus for new State employees. Click here for additional details. Now is the time to take advantage of this great opportunity! The DNR wants employees to excel in their job and will provide plenty of in-depth training to provide hands experience to bolster knowledge and skills obtained in education programs. If you have a passion for forest and land management and have good communication and interpersonal sensitivity skills, an abundant amount of motivation and enthusiasm these positions may be for you!Position SummaryThese positions direct and provides forest management assistance on private lands, state lands and county forests, to include advice and services to private landowners and property managers; advice and services on state-owned lands; advice and services as the single point of contact or liaison to the assigned County Forest; advice and services on County Forest lands; and advice, services and administration of the Good Neighbor Authority agreement with the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Within the assigned area, these positions may be responsible for fire management, which includes fire preparedness, fire suppression, and fire prevention on federal, state, county, and private lands within the assigned area. Implementing and developing the fire suppression, prevention, and forestry law enforcement in the assigned fire response unit and ensures the completion of all fire management activities. This position may include fire line responsibilities such as initial attack, suppression and serves as the Incident Commander, Operations Section Chief, or as a Division Group Supervisor/Task Force/Strike Team Leader during fire suppression operations. This position also provides expert training to Fire Department personnel and other partners. This position may be responsible for planning and conducting prescribed burning activities to achieve habitat and property management objectives. These positions are key to public safety and security and requires the incumbent to meet and maintain the physical fitness test standards required for all Department protective positions. The principal duties of the position require active fire suppression duties which require frequent exposure to a high degree of danger or peril and also require a high degree of physical conditioning. This position is available for fire suppression, pre-suppression and prevention duties year-round.For a detailed position description, click here.Salary InformationStarting pay is $26 - $28 per hour ($54,080 - $58,240 annually).Pay on appointment for current or former state employees is based on the State Compensation Plan.This position is in Pay Schedule/Range 15-03. A 12-month probation period may be required.Job DetailsEmployment will require the selected candidate to pass a background check. DNR does not sponsor work visas, thus, in compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify eligibility to work in the United States by completing the required I-9 form upon hire.All state employees must report their COVID vaccination status, whether vaccinated or not and provide supporting documentation if vaccinated. Newly hired employees will be required to submit this information within their first two weeks of employment. The State of Wisconsin continues to follow necessary health and safety protocols for COVID.  Please visit Division of Personnel Management Coronavirus - COVID-19 (wi.gov) for the most up-to-date information. Guidance may be subject to change.QualificationsPlease make sure to describe the following qualifications within your resume and/or letter of qualifications in order to be considered for this position:A minimally qualified candidate will have knowledge and experience with the following:Bachelor’s degree in Forestry from a four-year program accredited by the Society of American Foresters, or equivalent. (Please upload a copy of your transcripts when applying)Training related to fire management, prescribed fire or fire suppression, including structural or wildland fireThe ability to obtain a class A comerical drivers license. Additionally, candidates will have experience or academic experience performing at least two of the following forest land management activities:Implementing forest management plans by marking stands for harvest and setting up timber salesCreating timber sale bid packets and administering timber salesPreparing forest management plansImplementing a reforestation plan, including site preparationEvaluating forest land (including both water & soil resources) and modifying forestry practices to protect areas of special concern, such as wetlands, waterways, endangered species habitat, etc.Developing commercial harvest or non-commercial timber stand improvement prescriptions based on stand assessmentAddressing forest health issues, such as insect or disease outbreaks and invasive species infestationsA highly qualified applicant will have experience in one of the following, in addition to the above qualifications:Forest management field experience in the Great Lakes regionMaster’s degree in forestry or natural resourcesField experience managing or suppressing wildland fires or experience as an Incident Commander on a wildland fireExperience training others on fire management techniques and equipmentQualified/Certified as Firefighter Type 2 (FFT2) based on National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) standardsQualified/Certified as Firefighter Type 1 (FFT1) based on National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) standardsHow To ApplyPLEASE NOTE: The job application is set to time-out after 30 minutes of inactivity. To avoid losing any updates to your application, make sure to Save often.Click the “Apply for Job” button and follow the directions. You will be able to save your application as many times as needed and make edits up until the point you submit your application. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to make any updates to the application or any materials submitted.Your resume and letter of qualifications and transcripts are very important parts of your application and are used during our evaluation process to determine your qualifications as they relate to the job.  For instructions on developing your resume and letter of qualifications and what should be included in these materials, click here.For questions regarding the application process, please contact Randi Hormig in Human Resources at randi.hormig@wisconsin.gov. For technical troubleshooting related to the Wisc.Jobs site, reach out to the Wisc.Jobs Help Desk at 608-267-1012 or wiscjobs@wisconsin.gov.Current state employees, including those with Career Executive status, must apply through STAR ESS. Former permanent classified state employees must apply through Wisc.Jobs.The DNR is an equal opportunity employer that promotes and values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Deadline to ApplyAll applications must be received by 11:59 pm central on December 12th, 2022.

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