Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR) is a 501c3 watershed protection organization. FOR is seeking a part time, seasonal (20-25 hours/week) Environmental Educator to support our robust environmental education program. This will include classroom and outdoor education, including on-water programs and physical restoration work, as necessary. This position is located in our Fredericksburg, VA office. Possibility to become Full-time.
FULL-TIME/PERMANENT - ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 2 OR 3
WDFW Capital and Asset Management Program (CAMP)
Do you have the gravitas and expertise to develop solutions to environmental problems? Are you looking for a challenge and wishing to take action to improve infrastructure, remediate hazards to the environment, and improve public access using your engineering skills? If so, then apply to become an Environmental Engineer!
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon Drinking Water Services in Portland, OR, is recruiting for an Environmental Engineer to serve public water systems as an expert technical and regulatory resource on drinking water quality and water treatment, distribution, and operation issues. DWS carries out the mission of the Public Health Division by reducing the incidence and risk of waterborne disease and exposure of the public to hazardous substances.
As part of the fifth anniversary of the launch of eePRO, NAAEE is featuring environmental education professionals who have used the platform to connect, collaborate, and learn. Our first story features Maureen Ferry, creator and founder of HouseStories, which seeks to engage youth with the built environment and provide tools to help them design a better future.
Be a part of the Natural Start Alliance's annual conference, the nation's largest professional event for teaching, administration, research, and advocacy in nature-based early learning. Submit your proposal by February 5.
Retreats and Outdoor Education Staff facilitate team building activities, supervise ropes and challenge courses, lead outdoor education activities, support with basic maintenance and cleaning, and create an inclusive environment for guests... all in the beautiful Idaho wilderness.
During summers at the Discovery Center, located in the heart of Wisconsin’s Northwoods within 1300-lake
Vilas County, Lake Technicians will assist with aquatic vegetation surveys, aquatic invasive species (AIS) monitoring and
removal, and Clean Boats, Clean Waters (CBCW surveys).
The Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) is looking to fill two Environmental Planner 3 positions.
We are looking for candidates with strong team and project management skills, demonstrated success in technical writing and communication, and a desire to work collaboratively to develop policies and guidance that improve the process for cleaning up contaminated sites.
Please note: One position is permanent and the other is a project position.
As part of a strategic initiative in the areas of automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence in the context of Civil Infrastructure Security and Sustainable Engineering, Northeastern University seeks faculty candidates for tenured or tenure-track appointments at the assistant, associate, or full professor level in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering across the broad area of Smart Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems.
Reporting to the Science Action Club (SAC) Manager, the Education Marketing Coordinator is responsible for producing graphic and written content for promotional materials that help SAC tell our story and engage new audiences. The position will produce flyers and reports, coordinate email and social media campaigns, and make occasional updates to SAC’s webpages and learning management system. Come join a team of talented professionals dedicated to transforming science education and environmental.
The goal of this service term is to empower AmeriCorps members to build the capacity of Severson Dells Nature Center to grow science literacy in northern Illinois. Service members develop and implement projects that are key to maintaining quality programming at Severson Dells and teach visiting school groups. Service members may also work with an additional community partner organization at which to complete an additional project that furthers science literacy within the community.
The Upham Woods School Year Teaching Naturalists are responsible for teaching the classes, leading the programmatic activities, interacting with center clientele, corresponding with schools before and after a group visit, assisting with programmatic equipment which includes the science center animals. Additionally the teaching naturalists may be called upon to lead offsite educational presentations. Contract: August 27th-November 22nd Pay Rate: 350/week
Name and location of host site: City of Red Lodge - Red Lodge, MT
Title: Sustainability Educator
Reports to: Energy Corps Program Director
Term of service: October 1, 2019 - August 28, 2020
Anticipated service schedule: 1700 hours over the course of service term. Roughly 40 hours per week. Occasional evening/weekend hours may be necessary.