Water resource conservation is a constantly changing job market. In this section one can find careers from a variety of employers in the private and public sector. Check back often to keep informed of new postings.
Water Quality-Related Job Postings
Robinson Nature Center hiring temporary environmental educator
The James & Anne Robinson Nature Center, under the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, is hiring a temporary contingent Environmental Educator. The position will be 38 hours/week (Wed - Sun) and will last 6 months. Interested candidates should send completed applications to Katie Peet, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship with Gunpowder Valley Conservancy
Date: April 20, 2013
Job Announcement: Project Intern
Project Title: Clear Creeks: Our Water, Our Heritage, Our Pride Project
Nonprofit Organization: Gunpowder Valley Conservancy
Project Location: Middle River and Tidal Gunpowder Watershed communities
Length of position: 20 months (May 1, 2013 through Dec. 31, 2014)
Status: Part time
Total Hours: 208 (Average of 2.5 hours per week)
Benefit: Reimbursement for project travel miles
A two year education, behavior change campaign involving the communities in the Middle River and Tidal Gunpowder (MRTG) Watersheds. Educational focus will be on the negative impacts of stormwater runoff on local streams and the Chesapeake Bay. Project goal is to motivate homeowners to change behaviors by implementing stormwater reduction measures or best management practices (BMPs) in partnership with the Baltimore County Master Gardner Bay-Wise Program. Project will focus on three Bay-Wise practices: replacing lawns with native plants through bayscape gardens and edible landscapes, and capturing stormwater runoff by installing rain barrels and rain gardens. Clear Creeks Project includes two watershed restoration actions, planting 4 acres of riparian tree buffer or open space forest, and 10 stream adoptions and clean ups on 10 ¼ mile stream reaches within the MRTG Watersheds.
Intern will report directly to and assist Clear Creeks Project Manager and Assistant Manager in the education and motivation of community residents to make long lasting behavior changes, by implementing BMPs using Bay-Wise Program practices mentioned above. Intern will directly assist staff during tree planting events, rain barrel installations, stream clean ups, and garden installations, and will help supervise volunteers. Intern will also assist in other project or administrative tasks as needed.
- Assist in the engagement and education of citizens in the Middle River and Tidal Gunpowder watersheds on the negative impacts of storm water run off on local waterways and the Chesapeake Bay (via email and phone communication, workshops, community educational events, community association meetings, etc.)
- Assist at community wide education events
- Assist in coordination of BMP installations on private property (such as rain barrels, rain gardens, bayscape gardens, edible landscapes, and Bay Wise actions)
- Assist at BMP workshops
- Assist in motivating and recruiting resident volunteers to adopt and clean local streams through the Stream Watch program, and to plant native trees in riparian areas
- Assist with administrative duties (project communication, educational literature, spreadsheets, etc.)
- Attend steering committee, staff, and event planning meetings
- Minimum of AA degree, and working towards BS in environmental sciences or biology with 6 months of experience in environmental education, watershed science, natural history, ecology, or volunteer or youth supervision.
- Minimum of AA in social sciences, and working towards BS in social sciences accepted with 1 year of combined or singular experience in environmental education, watershed science, natural history, ecology, or volunteer or youth supervision.
- Some experience in the installation of BMPs (rain gardens and MD native plants, rain barrels, tree plantings, and stream clean ups).
- Some working knowledge of storm water runs off issues, point and non-point source water pollution, and stream hazards.
- Working toward degree in environmental sciences or biology with 3 months of environmental education experience focusing on issues facing the Gunpowder Watershed and the Chesapeake Bay, or 3 months of experience in watershed sciences, natural history or ecology, or 3 months of experience in volunteer or youth supervision.
- Will accept working toward degree in social sciences with minimum of 6 months of environmental education experience, volunteer or youth supervision, or experience in watershed sciences, natural history or ecology.
- Strong verbal and written skills in order to communicate project goals effectively and convincingly to diverse audiences through direct community outreach.
- Ability to work independently.
- Ability to work efficiently from home and on project implementation in the field.
- Valid drivers license with good driving record and own transportation.
- Saturdays required, some week day and evening availability required.
Please submit resume and cover letter to Peggy Perry, Clear Creeks Project Manager for Gunpowder Valley Conservancy at email@example.com by April 30, 2013.
Job Opening at CVI
Spring is finally here in Canaan Valley. It's that time of year where our snow finally fades and signs of new growth are everywhere. This spring, CVI is growing too! If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining our team, please see our newly posted opening at http://www.canaanvi.org/CVI/employment.html.
Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) is currently seeking applicants for the position of Stream Restoration Specialist to plan, design, and implement grant-funded and fee-based restoration projects. We are looking for an ecologically-minded professional with experience in natural stream and wetland design to lead and support projects as part of a small, fast-paced, and dynamic team. Project goals may include mitigation, habitat enhancement, stream bank stabilization, sediment load reduction, and water quality improvement. This work often involves close cooperation with project partners, agencies, and landowners; field work in remote locations; and budget constraints and deadlines. The position may be based in Davis, WV or another suitable location with regular travel to Davis, and will require significant travel throughout the Mid-Atlantic Highlands region.
Parks & People Foundation Part-time Lead and Assistant Environmental Educator Position Openings
Parks & People Foundation is seeking experienced and enthusiastic Lead and Assistant Environmental Educators for their after-school, grades K-8 Environmental Education (EE) programs for Baltimore city youth. Parks and People EE after-school programs are designed to improve academic skills in math, science and literacy while also providing meaningful experiences in nature and exposure to green careers. Parks & People EE programs are place-based and immerse students the discovery of urban watersheds and ecosystems through hands-on interactive lessons and activities, field investigations, art projects and service learning. Students learn about environmental literacy topics related to water quality, soils, ecology, biodiversity, air quality, natural resources, urban food gardening, health and nutrition. To learn more about Parks & People EE, please visit: http://www.parksandpeople.org/learn/after-school-programs2/
For the full job description please visit the employment page on our website: http://www.parksandpeople.org/about/employment/
To apply, please send resume and 2 references to Desiree Shelley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Land Protection Manager
About Potomac Conservancy: Potomac Conservancy safeguards the lands and waters of the Potomac River and its tributaries and connects people to this national treasure.
As the Voice of the Nation's River, the Conservancy's primary focus is to restore water quality by advocating sound policy and promoting thoughtful land management. The Conservancy protects and restores Potomac landscapes by enhancing a network of rivers, forests, and natural areas. Because healthy lands and rivers reflect the quality of life in our communities, the Conservancy promotes enjoyment of the river in ways that foster a conservation ethic. Potomac Conservancy's central office is located in Silver Spring, Maryland, and we have a field office in Winchester, Virginia.
This position is located in our Winchester office. The Land Protection Manager will report to the Director of Land Protection, in the Winchester office.
Essential Functions: The Land Protection Manager works closely with the Land Protection Director and the Senior Director of Land Conservation to advance the Conservancy's land protection goals, which include negotiating, drafting and closing conservation easements in target watersheds as well as stewarding the Conservancy's growing portfolio of more than 70 existing easements and fee-owned lands. The Land Protection Manager is responsible for building effective working relationships with private landowners, government agencies, and non-profit partners that will advance the Conservancy's land protection goals and its mission to improve water quality in the Potomac River watershed.
Land Protection (40%):
- Identify potential projects within priority conservation areas. Initiate outreach and sustain regular communication with individual landowners and strategic partners.
- Negotiate with landowners for the donation and/or purchase of conservation easements. Discuss the benefits and limitations of conservation easements and the basic financial implications and tax benefits available to landowners in VA and WV. Craft easement language and terms that balance the mission of the Conservancy and the needs of the landowner. Work with agencies and other partners as appropriate.
- Draft conservation easements, conduct due diligence, advise landowners on their responsibilities, and oversee projects as they move through the review process with the Conservancy's attorneys, Conservation Committee, and Board of Directors, as well as partner agencies and funders.
- Develop baseline documentation on easement properties, including photo and GPS documentation and GIS mapping of land management zones and other areas of interest.
- Maintain easement project files to document activities, intentions, and actions.
Easement Stewardship (40%)
- Coordinate with landowners and work with Lands staff and partners to annually monitor the Conservancy's growing portfolio of 70+ conservation easements and fee lands.
- Maintain organized records of stewardship visits and landowner communications.
- Address landowner inquiries related to proposed land use activities on conserved lands. Interpret easement language, make judgments on whether activities are in compliance with easement terms, and correspond with landowners. Solicit the assistance of the Conservancy's attorneys, as needed. Draft easement amendments, when justified, to improve conservation values.
- Appropriately address easement violations, coordinating with partners as necessary and maintaining open lines of communication with landowners.
- Assist the Land Protection Director and Senior Director of Land Conservation with:
- Developing an annual work plan and budget for the Lands program;
- Preparing materials for quarterly meetings with members of the Conservancy board
- Assist the Development team with relevant grant management and scoping
- Develop funding proposals and budgets for land protection projects and personnel costs. Manage awarded grants, including tracking project deliverables and budget expenditures.
- Work with local media to promote the land protection program and write persuasive articles on land protection projects and successes for the Conservancy's newsletters and other publications.
- Participate in local and regional networks of land conservationists to advance land protection goals.
- Participate in quarterly Conservation Committee meetings, occasional Conservancy outreach events, and Board cultivation events relevant to the Lands program.
- Assist with administrative and office responsibilities as needed.
- Assist other staff as needed.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Friendly and diplomatic personality with the ability to quickly establish rapport and develop trust-based relationships with people from diverse backgrounds and world views.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability and personality to work collaboratively, accept responsibility, share credit and motivate partners and landowners.
- Ability to understand the needs and perspectives of landowners and work to find mutually satisfying solutions.
- Strong understanding of the power of language to advance or hinder progress. Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with landowners, the public, media, professional colleagues and governmental entities. Experience with grant writing preferred.
- Problem-solver who works to find creative yet practical solutions to conservation challenges.
- Knowledge of the practices, principles and techniques of land conservation.
- Demonstrated expertise in MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Basic experience with Microsoft Access database management.
- Proven organizational skills and strong attention to and interest in detail. Ability to meet deadlines and juggle multiple and diverse tasks.
- Ability to work well independently and without close supervision.
- Physical requirements: ability to walk up to two miles over rough terrain and navigate in remote areas.
- Ability to travel in your own vehicle and work occasional evenings and weekends.
Preferred Skills and Abilities:
- Familiarity with standard field sampling techniques and data management, including digital photography and GPS data collection and management.
- Knowledge of the federal, state and local laws, codes, and procedures that affect real estate transactions and private land conservation.
- Proficient in relevant GIS skills (Arc 10 preferred) needed to map land protection projects, assess their conservation values and identify new projects and priorities at the landscape scale.
- Familiarity with the culture and landscapes of the service area (panhandle of WV and northern Shenandoah Valley, VA) a plus.
- Experience with and knowledge of natural systems, including the ability to identify native and non-native plant and animal species.
Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of three years' experience with land trusts, real estate, law, or related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working with private landowners, completing real estate transactions, and negotiating and drafting conservation easements strongly preferred.
Salary is negotiable DOE. Potomac Conservancy provides competitive health benefits, retirement match, and vacation leave.
Email a cover letter, resume (including a list of three references) and salary requirements to Aimee Weldon (email@example.com) with 'Land Protection Manager' in the subject line. Applications are only accepted electronically. The position will remain open until filled. Potomac Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.
Washington DC Community Conservation Crew Leaders
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America's #1 conservation service organization seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire high school students for the Washington DC Summer Crew Programs.
Lead, mentor and coach crews of 6-10 students, ages 15-19, while completing various conservation service projects designed to build an ethic of community and environmental stewardship. Projects include a range of activities such as trail and park maintenance, habitat restoration, revitalization of abandoned urban properties or to urban agriculture and run for 6 weeks at a time. In addition, leaders will facilitate pre- and post- program planning which includes crew training, environmental education and reporting. The 2013 Washington DC Program locations include: Rock Creek Park, Fort Dupont Park, Fort Washington Park, among others...
Program Dates: July 1st - August 9th, 2013
- Must be a minimum of 21 years of age
- Must have ability to legally work in the US
- Must be able to attend mandatory Crew Leader training: June 6th - June 14th, 2013 (Other dates available for qualified Leaders
- DC Specific one day Training on June 21st.
- Current First Aid certification & CPR required by the start of the orientation training
- Experience working with youth or young adults (ages 14-18)
- Experience as a teacher or leader in educational environment
- Experience with conservation work skills or related skills, preferred; i.e. trail maintenance, trail construction, chainsaw, carpentry, landscaping, and gardening
- Ability to perform manual, physical labor for up to 8 hours per day, exposed to the elements. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move 40 pounds or more.
- Valid driver's license and MVR that meets SCA standards required
- Ability to meet SCA's criminal background check standards
- Must have personal housing arrangements in program city
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SCA is an EOE dedicated to workforce diversity. For more information about SCA, visit us at www.theSCA.org
College Internship Opportunity
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) has an excellent internship opportunity available for an undergraduate or graduate student. A job description can be viewed online here: http://www.mwcog.org/resources/opportunities/detail.asp?JOB_ID=335
This position will provide an intern with an opportunity to work directly with:
- Water and wastewater utility staff from around the Metropolitan Washington region;
- Local government and utility officials working on stormwater management, watershed management, water supply and drought, sustainability issues, etc.;
- A variety of federal, state, local, and private sector organizations working on critical infrastructure protection issues (e.g., cyber security, backup power, supply chain resiliency, etc.).
We offer extremely flexible working arrangements, including the option of teleworking. This is a really good opportunity for a student who is independent and self-motivated, but also enjoys working in a team atmosphere.
Please share this announcement broadly with anyone you think might be interested. If you have any questions about the position, please don’t hesitate to email or call:
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
777 North Capitol Street, N.E., Suite 300
Washington, DC 20002-4239
Direct: (202) 962-3219
Main: (202) 962-3200
Two Openings with the Oyster Recovery Partnership
The Oyster Recovery Partnership, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Annapolis, MD. announces two job openings:
Assistant Director, Field Operations-Cambridge, MD
Oyster Recovery Partnership is seeking candidates for a full time management position working in the field office in Cambridge MD.
This position is ideal for someone who enjoys working outdoors in a fast-paced but fun environment.
For more information: http://www.chesapeakenetwork.org/library.htm?mode=view&did=96588&lid=5&wf=10110&z=9iavaray84 and http://www.oysterrecovery.org/jobs-at-orp/
If interested, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com.
Financial Specialist, Annapolis, MD
Oyster Recovery Partnership is seeking candidates for a full time position working in the Annapolis, MD office.
This position is ideal for someone who enjoys a fast-paced but fun environment.
For more information: http://www.chesapeakenetwork.org/library.htm?mode=view&did=96587&lid=5&wf=10110&z=9iavaray84 and http://www.oysterrecovery.org/jobs-at-orp/
If interested, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com.
Position Announcement: Environmental Education School Programs Assistant
Parks & People Foundation, a Baltimore City non-profit, is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Environmental Education School Programs Assistant (EESPA) to work with their environmental education field trip, service-learning, schoolyard greening and academic day enrichment programs. Parks & People Foundation’s Environmental Education programs engage youth through hands-on learning that focuses on nearby nature, urban ecosystems and watersheds. The EESPA efforts will support MAEOE MD Green School initiatives and assist schools in becoming certified MD Green Schools. To learn more about Parks & People’s Environmental Education programs, please visit: http://www.parksandpeople.org/learn/
To apply, please see the job description and send a cover letter, resume and 2 references to Desiree Shelley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Government Program Coordinator
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, a regional non-profit organization based in Annapolis, MD with offices in Virginia and Pennsylvania, seeks a qualified and creative person to coordinate the activities of the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Local Government Advisory Committee and to create partnerships and initiatives that will help to enhance the engagement of local governments in the Bay restoration effort. For more information, see the job announcement.
Rock Creek Conservancy is a nonprofit organization working in Washington, DC, and Montgomery County, Maryland, to protect the lands and water of Rock Creek and revitalize Rock Creek Park for people to treasure and enjoy.
The Conservancy seeks a Program Manager to work in its Bethesda office to develop, coordinate, and implement its projects and programs. For more information, visit http://www.rockcreekconservancy.org/index.php/who-we-are/jobs-internships/282--manager;catid=263.
Position Openings at the James and Anne Robinson Nature Center
We are seeking candidates for two position openings at the James & Anne Robinson Nature Center in Columbia, Maryland. The Robinson Nature Center is part of the Howard County Recreation and Parks Department. Our operating hours are Wednesday - Sunday (closed Mondays and Tuesdays). The position titles are Facility Leader I and Environmental Educator. Both are permanent, year-round positions.
Please find the job descriptions and application links below. The application should be mailed directly to the nature center (6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia, MD 21044, Attn: Stacey Yankee) or emailed: email@example.com.
MD Restoration Assistant
CBF has another great opportunity available for someone looking for part-time temporary work this spring.
CBF organizes several large-scale restoration projects for volunteers in targeted watersheds each spring and fall. The Restoration Assistant will be responsible for pre-event preparation and post-event organization and data collection, and working with adult and family volunteers at restoration events.
For more information please visit the jobs page at www.cbf.org, or contact Kristen Diggs (443-482-2007) directly for more information or to submit a resume.
StreamWatch is recruiting an Executive Director. StreamWatch, a non-profit organization located in Charlottesville VA, is dedicated to monitoring and reporting the health of the Rivanna River watershed’s streams.
A detailed job announcement is posted on our website: http://streamwatch.org/jobs.
Healthy Watersheds ORISE Internship Opportunity
EPA Water 2012-253
Project Location: EPA, Washington, D.C.
Type of Position: Full-time, renewable annually for up to 3 years Salary: Negotiable
This exciting opportunity will provide the participant with an opportunity to learn about EPA's new and growing Healthy Watersheds Initiative. The main focus of the Initiative is to identify and protect healthy watersheds, i.e., those with healthy aquatic ecosystems, before they become degraded or are lost. The Initiative uses a watershed systems based approach that considers the biotic and abiotic environment together with the key natural processes critical to maintaining aquatic ecosystem health. The participant will be involved in healthy watersheds assessments, help develop coordinated protection programs, and identify opportunities to integrate healthy watersheds protection into EPA programs. Numerous opportunities will be available to work with scientists and program managers from government and non-government organizations.
A detailed description of this position can be found at the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education's web site: http://orise.orau.gov/science-education/internships-scholarships-fellowships/description.aspx?JobId=12574. This job announcement can also be found at chesapeakenetwork.org in the Job Announcements folder of the Community Resources Section.
Versar’s Environmental Services Group, Columbia Maryland Office has an immediate opening available for an experienced watershed scientist to assist the company in meeting clients’ needs in this expanding business area. Position duties may include any of the following: fieldwork, field team leadership, field equipment management, task management, writing assignments, data compilation, and data quality control. Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science (or equivalent) is required.
The successful applicant will be familiar with and be able to meet clients’ needs in several of the following tasks:
- Storm runoff monitoring
- Stream geomorphic surveys
- Stream benthic surveys
- Stream fish surveys
- Illicit discharge detection and elimination
- Upland watershed assessments using Center for Watershed Protection methods
Experience & Skills Needed:
- Electronic flow monitoring
- Automated sampling using ISCO equipment
- Stream velocity measurements using flowmeter and wading rod
- Fluvial geomorphic assessment (Rosgen or equivalent training is preferred)
- Benthic sampling using methods comparable to Maryland Biological Stream Survey (MBSS)
- Fish sampling using backpack electroshocker
- Microsoft Office
- Work evenings and weekends as wet weather monitoring conditions warrant
- Flexibility to work with a variety of staff, projects, and task timelines
Additional information about Versar related to this opportunity may be found at our corporate web site (www.versar.com) and our Mid-Atlantic regional office site (esm.versar.com). Interested candidates should submit a resume through Versar’s corporate web site (www.versar.com) on the “Careers” page, referencing position number 2012-1465. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
9200 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD 21045-1934
Waterkeepers Chesapeake seeks an Executive Director to work with the collaborative group of 19 Waterkeepers to advance our vision of drinkable, swimmable and fishable waters throughout the Chesapeake and Coastal Bays Watershed.
Waterkeepers Chesapeake is incorporated in Maryland and aims to become a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the leadership of the Executive Director. It is the expectation that the Executive Director will be responsible for raising funds to support the organization as well as being actively involved in launching key initiatives.
See job announcement HERE.
Coordinator, Chesapeake Program
Working out of Washington, D.C., the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s (NFWF) Chesapeake Program Coordinator will have programmatic, communications, and administrative responsibilities for the Foundation’s grantmaking and technical assistance programs focused in the Chesapeake Bay, including but not limited to the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund). The Coordinator serves on a dynamic, small and efficient team that manages between $6 million and $12 million in public and private grant funding annually, leads technical assistance programs focused on the most pressing challenges to the Bay’s recovery, and advances NFWF’s recently adopted Chesapeake Bay Business Strategy.
The Coordinator reports to and assists the Chesapeake Program Director (Director) in the management of these grant and technical assistance programs and supports no less than three (3) federal partnerships, five (5) corporate partnerships and a variety of foundation relationships. As well, the Coordinator will support the development of new partnerships for the Chesapeake Bay. S/he will help coordinate the day-to-day management of the Foundation’s grant-making programs and partnerships as determined by the Director.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist the Director in the day-to-day management of the Foundation’s grant programs in the Chesapeake watershed, including:
- Supporting programmatic, planning and evaluation responsibilities of the Chesapeake Stewardship Fund, including its Green Infrastructure Local Government Assistance Program, its Targeted Rivers Initiative and the Anacostia River Revitalization Fund;
- Proactively identifying proposals that advance the goals of the Chesapeake Stewardship Fund and the Chesapeake Bay Business Strategy;
- Developing grant application materials;
- Coordinating grant review and award processes, including coordinating the grant review committees and working with NFWF’s Science team; and,
- Monitoring active grants/contracts in coordination with the project administration team.
Support the Director in the day-to-day management of the Foundation’s Chesapeake Bay technical assistance programs and technical transfer initiatives, including:
- Managing the technical assistance expert pool that aids local governments and watershed organizations with a variety of conservation and financing strategies;
- Supporting workshops and symposiums hosted by NFWF to promote technology transfer and information sharing among grantees and program partners.
Support the Director in communication responsibilities relative to NFWF’s work in the Chesapeake Bay region, including:
- Managing the web content on the Chesapeake page of the NFWF site (www.nfwf.org/chesapeake), ensuring information is up-to-date and informative and supportive of grantees needs and interests;
- Preparing a monthly e-newsletter to grantees and partners to inform them of NFWF grant opportunities, share best practices and promote NFWF Chesapeake Bay partners;
- Working with NFWF’s web master to advance project mapping on the web through partnerships, including with the Chesapeake Commons, and ensuring that NFWF’s online Conservation Library is populated with up-to-date information regarding Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund projects.
Assist the Director in managing Federal partnerships, including fulfilling reporting requirements associated with federal funding agreements, filing annual amendments, and monitoring expenditures.
Manage contracts with technical assistance providers, including developing scopes of work and budgets, executing contracts per Foundation policy, and monitoring provider performance.
SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Recommend new strategies and approaches to improve and make more efficient existing processes.
- Recommend and lead efforts to improve existing processes.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS)
- Minimum bachelor’s degree; biology, ecology, environmental science or policy major preferred.
- Minimum four years experience working with government agencies and/or nongovernmental organizations on issues related to natural resource management.
- Knowledge of watershed and estuarine management issues a must. Specific knowledge or experience related to conservation on agricultural lands and in urban environments is preferred.
- Knowledge of environmental and policy challenges facing the Chesapeake Bay.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Experience building consensus and managing conflict among diverse partners.
- Ability to work independently in a rapidly changing environment.
- Ability to work successfully in a small team environment.
- Computer proficiency, including databases, spreadsheets, word processing, and graphics. Experience with web content management and Geographic Information Systems is preferred.
Commensurate with experience.
To apply, please send an e-mail, with attachments in Word format, containing your cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, resume, three professional references and your salary requirements to Marla Carter, Human Resources Manager, at HR6@nfwf.org. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
- EPA Region III Volunteer Monitoring Workshop. Click HERE for the Save the Date announcement - June 7-8, 2013
- SAVE THE DATE! Maryland Water Monitoring Council 19th Annual Conference - "Conserving Maryland's High Quality Waters - from Monitoring to Action" - December 5, 2013 - Check back for details
- Maryland Water Monitoring Council 18th Annual Conference - December 6, 2012
- 2012 Marcellus Shale Workshop
For all the info, plus .pdfs of the presentations, click here!
- MWMC session at the annual conference of the Maryland Association of Counties in Ocean City. See the "Announcements" page.
2013 Board Meeting Schedule
Click on each date for an agenda as they are posted and links to presentations
- January 15, 2013
(10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis, MD
- April 16, 2013
(10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis, MD
- July 16, 2013
(10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
- October 15, 2013
(10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis, MD