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January

The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program awards five women postdoctoral scientists annually with grants of $60,000 each for their contributions in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields and commitment to serving as role models for younger generations. The program is the U.S. component of the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Fellowships program.

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The late Mr. Loyd Kelly (1918-2013), Owner and President of Kelly Tractor Co. and President of Kelly Foundation, Inc., established an endowed scholarship fund through the Kelly Foundation at FIU for students in tropical botany in 2002. Mr. Kelly had a life-long fascination with tropical plants and wished to encourage their study. The scholarships are defined broadly to support diverse studies, research or interest in tropical plants, including in subtropical south Florida.

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This position serves in the regional marine fisheries research section and is responsible for leading the management of research projects on Chionoecetes crabs in the Bering Sea to provide information for management. This position plans and manages research projects, manages budgets, supervises staff, and analyzes and reports findings. This position will be expected to travel, participate on marine surveys in the Bering Sea, and have a valid driver's license.

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We're looking for the next generation of amazing ocean artists! Here is your opportunity to participate as a featured artist our 6th Annual ArtSea Festival on Sat. March 4th @ 11am-4pm at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. Open to talented artists of all ages. Deadline to apply - Feb 1st, 2017. For more information about the application, email our artist curator, Kim Rizio - info@thebigblueandyou.org

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A summer 2017 internship opportunity is available from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Greenbelt, MD: Data Management for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The successful candidate will be able to potentially interact with, In addition to GSFC, several other groups with ongoing UAS-related activities, which would provide a real-world context for the internship project.

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The External Affairs Manager will serve as RAE’s lead liaison to key federal agencies, U.S. Congress, and multiple national coalitions to advance coastal habitat restoration, conservation policy, and RAE funding initiatives. This position requires a highly dynamic individual who is passionate about the natural environment, thrives on creativity and collaboration, and pays close attention to detail and timeliness in a fast-paced work environment.

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The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) is now accepting applications for its 2017 projects. Join this unique program and work at some of the country’s most spectacular parks, side-by-side with historians, interpreters, biologists, and other staff.

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The FIU NIGMS RISE Program provides graduate and undergraduate students compensation for a yearlong work obligation in a laboratory conducting biomedical research.

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The goal of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Michigan's School of Natural Resources and Environment is to diversify the conservation workforce by finding and developing the next generation of land, water, and wildlife professionals among traditionally underrepresented groups.

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This position will focus primarily on changing ocean conditions and associated impacts to species of interest, specifically as they relate to tribal ocean fishery resources.A Bachelor of Science in Oceanography or other related biological science with course work in modeling and three years pertinent work experience is required.

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The Partnership Education Program (PEP), a project supported by six science institutions in Woods Hole, Mass., is seeking applicants for a 10-week summer program that combines undergraduate course work with research in marine and environmental science.

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is looking for a Supervisory Budget Analyst for its Woods Hole, Massachusetts location.

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February

This is a highly responsible position directing the countywide mosquito control functions within the Department of Solid Waste Management.The position is responsible for providing strategic, operational and administrative leadership.

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The institution of a marine ecology/geneticist colleague from the Philippines may be able to host a Fulbright Scholar from the US in the near future. This may be of particular interest to someone who recently or is about to finish a PhD degree.

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The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (Foundation) – a private, non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening and promoting U.S. national marine sanctuaries -- is seeking a Communication and Outreach Specialist, who will work with the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (NMS) of the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS) in Key West, Florida.

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The program is designed to support research, education/outreach, and/or conservation projects related to the Florida Coral Reef ecosystem.The primary focus of the 2017 POR grant program will be on Coral Reef Restoration projects.

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Blue Ventures is currently recruiting an experienced conservationist to undertake an evaluation of opportunities for mangrove conservation in the Asia-Pacific region.The study will entail a rigorous desk and field-based scoping analysis of existing marine management initiatives being supported by community based organisations, NGOs and institutions in priority Asian-Pacific countries (eg. Myanmar, Philippines and Papua New Guinea).

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Applications for the City of Miami Beach Summer 2017 paid internships are officially live! The City of Miami Beach internship experience will be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that provides the opportunity to apply knowledge gained in the classroom and will be transferable to other employment settings.The program offers PAID internships for undergraduate and graduate students to intern at the City of Miami Beach.

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Judith Parker, a former member of the Board of Advisors of the College of Artsand Sciences and an eminent landscape architect with an international practice,established an endowment to support international travel by students conducting studies in ecology/environmental biology and management.The scholarships are available for both undergraduate and graduate majors in Biology and Earth & Environment.

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The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for an EPA Software Developer with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Athens, GA. The selected candidate shall work with a WEB mentor as part of a multi-disciplinary research team and provide technical support for development of WEB’s watershed modeling components. The work shall include development, testing, deployment, and documenting of desktop and web software.

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The USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies is currently accepting applications for the 2016 Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program in Coastal Ocean Processes. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2017!

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This is advanced professional and supervisory work with technical and administrative responsibility in analyzing, understanding, planning, and preparing for the effects of climate change and sea level rise in Miami-Dade County.

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The Adaptation Resilience Program Manager will serve as a primary point person, coordinator, and manager for climate change adaptation and resilience efforts in Miami-Dade County. This includes working across all departments, as well as coordinating with contracted expertise and a multitude of external stakeholders, including but not limited to, municipalities, businesses, residents, community organizations, and other local, regional, state and federal organizations and agencies.

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The incumbent in this position will be responsible for providing effective education and communication about government and community sustainability / resilience initiatives and projects. The incumbent should be scientifically knowledgeable about a wide range of sustainability and resilience policies and highly technical issues and have demonstrated experience and success in crafting effective outreach, marketing, and education campaigns and initiatives.

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The Everglades Foundation is accepting applications for the John Marshall Everglades Internship. During this 8-week (May 18th – July 14th) undergraduate internship program, qualified students will learn about the Everglades ecosystem, history, water management issues, and policies related to Everglades restoration. Interns will go on site visits to: major restoration sites, water management structures, and effected natural areas.

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We have an immediate opening for a Field Research Coordinator, to conduct and manage a research project on environmental stressors and tree regeneration in maritime forests on Jekyll Island, GA. The position is available immediately, and will be open until filled.

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March

Castellow Hammock Park is hiring Summer Naturalist Staff! Staff duties include: Interacting with park guests, opening/ closing the nature center and park, teaching environmental education programs, canoe/kayak tours, and more! See flyer for details.

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The Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL), the founding laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), seeks a professional to continue and expand its development program. CBL conducts cutting edge environmental research that leads to new discoveries and informs environmental policy, trains graduate students to be the next generation of environmental leaders, and undertakes outreach to the community.

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The National Special Fishery Conservation Areas(SFCA) is hiring people interested in a consultancy position to help improve management effectiveness in Jamaica.

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WGBH and the Rita Allen Foundation have partnered to create a new fellowship, the Rita Allen Fellowship for Science Communication. This is a unique, one-year chance for an innovative professional to study the field of science media, experiment with media formats, and work to expand science literacy among the public.

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The Fort Worth Zoo is offering a Conservation Expedition to Anegada, British Virgin Islands to help the critically endangered Anegada iguana (Cyclura pinguis). This trip is geared toward undergraduate students, helping them get real field experience.

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Florida House of Representatives 2017-18 Legislative Intern Program

This program offers a unique opportunity for college graduates and graduate students to gain first-hand knowledge of the legislative process and to participate in the work of the legislative branch of state government. For more info, please contact: Shari Whittier Program Analyst Florida House of Representatives Office of Professional Development 327 The Capitol Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300 Phone: 850-717-5450 shari.whittier@myfloridahouse.gov

The Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL), the founding laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), seeks a professional to continue and expand its development program. CBL conducts cutting edge environmental research that leads to new discoveries and informs environmental policy, trains graduate students to be the next generation of environmental leaders, and undertakes outreach to the community.

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American Geophysical Union (AGU) Centennial Program Coordinator

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Centennial Program Coordinator will be responsible for management, coordination, and communication related to AGU’s centennial programs.The incumbent will serve as a liaison with members, society partners, and internal departments and will help develop activities, and respond to ideas and opportunities related to the occasion. Applications are submitted here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/AME1056/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=271

Graduate Student Assistantship Villanova U

A graduate student assistantship is available in the laboratory of Dr. Lisa Rodrigues at Villanova University. Email a cover letter, CV, copies of transcripts, GRE scores, and the names and contact information of three references able to speak about your academic experiences to Dr. Lisa Rodrigues (lisa.rodrigues@villanova.edu<mailto:lisa.rodrigues@villanova.edu>). Please provide all documents in a single file as an email attachment.

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is hiring an Associate Communications Officer to cover their ocean portfolio. At the Foundation, strategic communication efforts focus on intentionally using our grantmaking, voice, and profile to increase program impact.

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DIG seeks a highly motivated and responsible professional to lead the organization and promote a positive and rewarding work environment for all staff. The Executive Director is responsible for the effective implementation and expansion of all educational programs and projects.

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The Tropical Conservation and Innovation Program at FIU is seeking 10 outstanding undergraduate FIU students to participate in multiple research and hands-on training internship opportunities offered at FIU and partnering organizations during Summer 2017.

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National Geographic is seeking a Assistant Program Officer for its Early Career Grants program for Research and Conservation grants in the disciplines of Biology, Ecology and Conservation.

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The University of South Carolina (Columbia, South Carolina, USA) and the Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences is seeking a postdoctoral fellow, funded by the Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program, to join our interdisciplinary team of researchers to explore the responses of forage fish populations in eastern boundary upwelling ecosystems to physical and biogeochemical variability associated with future climate change.(requisition #010998)

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Provide toxicological support on issues dealing with the potential human health impacts of toxic substances in water. A significant portion of this position's time will be spent conducting literature searches, deriving risk-based criteria, and assessing the hazards of discharges to groundwater and surface water and communicating the results to staff and potentially the regulated community and the public.

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This position offers an opportunity to work with a results-oriented NGO and make a big conservation difference for freshwater resources in Oregon.The Director of Freshwater Programs is responsible for leading The Nature Conservancy’s efforts to conserve and restore freshwater biodiversity in the state of Oregon. S/he will determine conservation priorities, develop program strategies, determine budgetary requirements, and implement freshwater conservation projects.

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Maryland Sea Grant is pleased to announce an opening in our extension program for a coastal community and climate specialist. We are looking for a dynamic individual interested in working across science, government, and communities to provide problem-solving assistance to planners and communities.

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The successful candidate will provide technical support to senior staff by conducting data analyses related to the effects of anthropogenic activities on fish populations, including population-level impact assessments using standard fisheries science methodologies, conducting statistical analyses of aquatic environmental data, preparing scientific reports, and developing environmental impact evaluations related to environmental permitting and regulatory requirements.

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UREx SRN is interested in students who have their sights set on graduate school and careers in related scientific research and outcomes. The REU opportunity will provide selected students hands-on experience in data research, analysis, stakeholder engagement and active collaboration with the UREx SRN team.

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Communications Specialist will plan, develop and implement communication strategies to promote and support the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary’s mission and work, including creating messaging and materials to inform, educate, and inspire key audiences which include businesses, press, potential funders, partners, government leaders, non-governmental organizations, and the public.

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When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher, you’ll do important work. And you’ll have the opportunity for continual growth and learning in a culture that empowers your development. With revenues of $17 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.

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HR33FOLD is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic creative writer who has the ability to write in a wide variety of styles and tones. This individual will work closely with the strategic, creative, and PR teams. Excellent copywriting skills and a strong understanding of branding is crucial.

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Conducts environmental impact reviews of transportation improvement projects. Independently performs environmental work including conducting and documenting field reviews, and analyzing information from Geographical Information Systems (GIS) based systems.

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April

The USACE is looking for recent graduates who might be interested in working as a geologist or hydrogeologist with the Corps. As a hydrogeologist, you would be working on groundwater projects related to the Everglades Restoration.

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The Smithsonian Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) seeks a talented, motivated, and collaborative person to help implement and expand a network-wide data/information system to support its scientific mission of conducting coordinated, global research on marine biodiversity and ecosystems.

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Scientific consulting company (Roffer’s Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service, Inc. – ROFFS™, West Melbourne, Florida) is looking for a self-motivated, investigative, reliable, positive, and energetic person that will flourish in a challenging deadline and production oriented environment. Candidate should be a self-starter and team player.

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Under the direction of the Cooperative Research and Extension (CRE) Associate Director/Dean, at the College of the Marshall Islands (CMI), the Aquaculture Researcher supports the operations of the CRE Program at CMI Arrak Campus, Majuro, Marshall Islands. The incumbent plans, organizes and conducts Aquaculture Research, workshops, meetings and outreach / extension related demonstrations in the villages and schools throughout islands/atolls in the Marshall Islands.

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Summer undergraduate research opportunity in Alaska

We are hiring an undergraduate student for summer 2017 to assist with research on carbon and nitrogen cycling in streams and catchments in the boreal forest near Fairbanks, Alaska. Interested students should contact Dr. Tamara Harms (tkharms@alaska.edu) and include: 1) cover letter summarizing research interests and experience, 2) list of relevant coursework, and 3) CV by April 18, 2017. For further information on the research, see: www.harmslab.org & www.iab.uaf.edu/people/jay_jones/

The International Center for Tropical Botany is seeking faculty facilitators from FIU interested in facilitating a session for The Kampong Science Teachers Enrichment Program to help improve high school classroom pedagogy in the areas of biology, environmental science, geography or similar disciplines.

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Under direct supervision of the director for the Center for Academic Success (CfAS) the science coach performs a myriad of duties related to the administration, curriculum, and instruction at the Modesto Maidique and Biscayne Bay Campus learning centers. This position requires the individual to work in a team environment within the constructs of the CfAS as well as with various academic units and academic support departments across the FIU community.

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Internship in coral and coralline algal physiology, Australia

We are offering an internship studying the effects of climate change on coral and coralline algal physiology in Prof Malcolm McCulloch's lab at the University of Western Australia in Perth. The internship would be offered for a minimum of 2 months, though candidates will be preferred who can stay for several months.For more info and expressions of interest, please send an email with your CV and contact details of two referees to: christopher.cornwall@uwa.edu.au

Each year, JPL's Center for Climate Sciences (CCS), along with co-sponsors, the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) at Caltech and NASA’s Earth Science Division, brings together the next generation of climate scientists to engage with premier climate scientists from NASA, universities and other agencies.

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Marine Biologist II, Saipan, CNMI

The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management is seeking to hire a full-time *Marine Biologist II* to work in the Long-Term Marine Monitoring Program (LTMMP). Please email, as a* single PDF document*, a cover letter, CV or resume, names and contact information for three professional references, and a copy of terminal degree OR unofficial transcripts to David Benavente (davidbenavente@becq.gov.mp), CC Fran Castro (francastro@becq.gov.mp).

Under the general direction of the director, and in coordination with staff members, manages and coordinates the diverse communication functions for Connecticut Sea Grant. This is an annually renewable, grant funded position.

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The Nature Conservancy is seeking a qualified consultant or team of consultants to submit proposals for work to be done to help strengthen and provide alternative livelihoods for members of communities associated with Fish Sanctuaries on the Southwest coast of Jamaica, under the Caribbean Marine Biodiversity Program (CMBP) in Jamaica, through the development of community based tourism and craft making.

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Bird and Snake Monitors in Everglades

CSA South, Inc. is seeking qualified individuals to provide biological monitoring of endangered species and species of concern (primarily birds and Indigo snakes) for C-111 Everglades Restoration Project (Corps of Engineers), north of Homestead Florida. Part-time to full time work. $200 per day (10 to 11 hours per day). Bird experience required. Applicants should send resume/qualifications to pat@csasouth.com or contact Pat Baca at 954-816-7609.

The Cuba Manager directs all aspects of protection, science, stewardship and community relations for the Cuba Projects of the Caribbean Division. S/he also serves as the principle contact to government agencies, other conservation organizations, foundations and the academic community.

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Research Monitoring Intern (ReMI) will work on a number of resource monitoring projects related to the management of natural resources in Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. Work will concentrate on soil sampling, bird monitoring, vegetation sampling, sampling of exotic vegetation, and mapping of vegetation communities.

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Blue Vision Summit Coordinator

Essential skills are: self starter, professional manner, positive, can-do attitude, attention to detail, strong written and verbal skills, excellent telephone skills, proficiency with Mac computers and Microsoft Office. If you are interested in this position please send a cover letter and resume to Victoria Bell at victoria@bluefront.org

This is a full-time position that offers health and dental benefits, retirement plan with matching employer contributions after one year, paid vacation and sick leave, and 10 paid holidays per year. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references, to shawkins@archbold-station.org. Reviewing of applicants will begin April 10 and continue until position is filled.

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The Marine Conservation Manager works under the supervision of the South Florida Program Manager and in close consultation with the statewide Marine Program Manager to provide technical and scientific support and leadership as a subject matter resource expert for The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC’s) marine and coastal conservation initiatives and projects.

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The TGP, believes that students of all socioeconomic & financial backgrounds should have access to invaluable educational and professional development opportunities.In an effort to ensure that their programs are available to all passionate students around the world, they have launched a scholarship platform aimed at providing financial assistance to underserved and underrepresented students.

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Marine Biologist II, Saipan, CNMI

The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management is seeking to hire a full-time *Marine Biologist II* to work in the Long-Term Marine Monitoring Program (LTMMP). To apply,please email, as a* single PDF document*, a cover letter, CV or resume, names and contact information for three professional references, and a copy of terminal degree OR unofficial transcripts to David Benavente (davidbenavente@becq.gov.mp), CC Fran Castro (francastro@becq.gov.mp).

May

The position offers the opportunity to help create a sustainability program for #100 ranked public high school in the country and serve as a model plan for the nation’s 5th largest school district.This unpaid position will require an 8-10/hour a week commitment with bi-weekly consultations with the Chair of the MAST PTA Sustainability Committee, Michele Drucker. Additionally, some weeks will require school visits, attendance at student club meetings and stakeholder meetings.

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Adventure Sports Miami hosts a yearly water summer camp for Fisher Island Day School. This water camp has been designed to teach children of ages 4-12 how to swim, paddle, sail and engage in environmental education. Applicants must be available from June 12th – July 28th. We are searching for responsible applicants with knowledge and experience in water activities and a strong willingness to work with children.

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Greening Youth Foundation (GYF, www.gyfoundation.org) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization whose mission is to nurture environmental stewardship among diverse youth and young adults, while exposing them to conservation careers. Participating students gain real world, on-the-job experience as they explore federal careers in the U.S. National Park Service.

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The SEAL (Sustainability, Environmental Achievement & Leadership) Awards launched in 2017 and is an awards-driven environmental advocacy organization. Our core beliefs maintain that environmental progress requires leadership, leadership deserves recognition, and recognition is a form of accountability. Seal Awards are granted to graduate students (master's and PhD students) and postdocs working on advancing environmental policy or the public's understanding of an environmental issue.

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COMPASS is holding 90-minute virtual message box workshops at three separate times in the next month. This is a way to get a quick introduction to some message refinement and science communication tools and to connect with other scientists interested in effective communication and engagement. Space is limited.

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Sustainable Grenadines Inc (SusGren) is a bi-national NGO that is empowering the people of the Grenadines to develop a prosperous and sustainable blue economy. Toward this goal, the SusGren Junior Ranger Program aims to train and inspire the next generation of environmental professionals in the Grenadines. SusGren is currently seeking a consultant to develop a curriculum for the Sustainable Grenadines Inc. Junior Ranger Program. Please review the attached terms of reference for more details.

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The Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory (DBML) is a facility of the University of the West Indies (under the direction of the Centre for Marine Sciences) dedicated to supporting research and the teaching of biology, chemistry, ecology, geology, hydrology and geography.

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June

Brevard County Parks & Recreation Department is seeking a naturalist to plan and present educational nature programs to schools, community groups, summer camps, park patrons and the public at County parks, nature sanctuaries, meeting rooms, classrooms, and school grounds.

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Under general supervision, the Instructor II is responsible for implementing specific programs as assigned. Employee prepares standard routine reports and records. Job involves decision making which require sound interpretation and mature judgment. Employee provides continuous service to the public frequently involving sensitive matters that demand the utmost tact, courtesy and resourcefulness.

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Archbold Biological Station is seeking a field research assistant to ssist with field work at the Avon Park Air Force Range in south central Florida. The position is part of Archbold Biological Station’s Avian Ecology Program under the direction of Dr. Reed Bowman.

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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking a tuna sampling coordinator to assist and support the Finfish Field Operations Team Project Leader by coordinating Oregon's albacore tuna sampling, collecting and analyzing biological data, drafting reports, and maintaining communication links between the agency finfish program, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), and resource users.

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Maryland Department of Natural Resources is seeking a natural resources biologist to participate in the planning and implementation of freshwater stream ecological assessments and will serve as a member of a field crew responsible for the collection of data on fishes, benthic macroinvertebrates, herpetofauna, crayfishes, freshwater mussels, physical habitat, water quality, and land use in non-tidal streams and rivers as part of the Maryland Biological Stream Survey.

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The Department of Environmental Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico is seeking a Research Manager to assist scientists conducting research in the Luquillo Forest Dynamics Plot (LFDP) in Puerto Rico. The LFDP is a 16 ha gridded forest plot where all saplings, shrubs, and trees are identified, mapped, and measured every five years to address questions of forest diversity and management.

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July

he Blowing Rocks Preserve Maintenance Specialist maintains facilities, tools, and equipment, mechanical systems and vehicles, landscaping around buildings, and Preserve areas frequented by the visiting public

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Based at the UMass Gloucester Marine Station in close proximity to North Shore communities and State, Federal and non-governmental collaborators

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The LMCP provides technical and financial assistance to state, regional, and local partners to protect, preserve and utilize coastal resources. The program also helps coordinate state agency action on coastal management issues

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The Field Steward assists with the implementation of a comprehensive program to protect natural communities and species, and to complete land management activities on conservation lands in central and southeastern Minnesota

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MyFWC is seeking a fisheries and wildlife biological scientist to be responsible for day to day operations on the Holey Land and Rotenberger Wildlife Management Areas located in Palm Beach County for the Wildlife and Habitat Management section within the Division of Habitat and Species Conservation

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The Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program is an initiative of Clean Cities, a government-industry partnership sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Program

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August

National Council for Science and the Environment- Membership Manager

Membership Manager will lead recruitment and expansion efforts for NCSE’s existing membership categories, including four-year and two-year institutions of higher education, and lead the development of new membership categories beyond our current membership base for launch in 2018. Email Jessica Soule (jsoule@ncseglobal.org)for inquiries

National Council for Science and the Environment- Events & Meetings Coordinator

Events & Meetings Coordinator will lead the coordination, execution, and follow-up of NCSE’s annual events, including the National Conference and Global Forum, Academic- Federal Dialogue, Energy Education Summit, EnvironMentors National Fair, and biannual member meetings, as well as other stand alone meetings as needed. For inquiries, email Jessica Soule (jsoule@ncseglobal.org)

The Community Planning and Capacity Building Recovery Support Function (CPCB RSF) supports and builds the recovery capacities and community planning resources of local, State and Tribal governments after a disaster. If you are interested in helping communities after a disaster

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Office of Response and Restoration based in St. Petersburg

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: This position is primarily to support Mote’s coral restoration, monitoring and assessment programs including the in-situ coral nursery, the land based nursery and the outplanting to offshore nursery and restoration sites.

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NSF/Wellcome Trust grant funded position, lasting for 3 years. You'll help us research youth learning in museum-led citizen science efforts outside and online!

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Two program officer positions available at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation - one in the Andes/Amazon Initiative and one in the Oceans and Seafood Markets Initiative - see below link for more information.

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The Coastal Director will develop and implement strategies related to climate resilience and adaptation, restoration of habitat and coastal processes and other emerging issues that affect people and nature. Applications due 08/28/2017

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The Resilient Coasts Program Director provides strategic leadership and support for the Conservancy’s work in coastal landscapes to improve ecological and community resilience along Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay and seaside coastlines. The Director is a strong team leader and skilled project manager who facilitates all aspects of implementation of the MD/DC Chapter’s coastal resilience strategy, which works across conservation, science, government relations, and community engagement.

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The Environmental Specialist is a full-time Other Personal Services (OPS) position in the Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves (BBAP) office of the Florida Coastal Office (FCO) in the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

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The Everglades Systems Assessment Section of the South Florida Water Management District in West Palm Beach, FL seeks an ecologist to join a multi-disciplinary team assessing the effectiveness of restoration activities on Everglades ecosystem recovery. The position will play a major role in field and data analyses for several large-scale projects.

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The St. Johns River Water Management District has eight paid internships for Fall 2017.

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the San Francisco Bay Area Network are currently seeking applicants for a science communication internship

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