Jobs

Research Coordinator (posted 1/25/2023)

Based at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Research Coordinator will support the Smart and Connected Communities program, funded by NSF, to develop and implement a community engaged water quality monitoring and alert system. Applications open 1/10/23  - until filled.
Details at https://explorejobs.uml.edu/en-us/job/517223/research-coordinator-i


Physical Scientist (posted 1/17/2023)

U.S. Geological Survey Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center is hiring a postdoc position to quantify legacy nutrient pools in Great Lakes watersheds. This is a remote term USGS GS-12 physical scientist position. Thus, the selected individual can work from anywhere in the US.
The job is open today,
 Tuesday, January 17, 2023 through Thursday, January 26, 2023. The closing date may be sooner due to the applicant limit of 75.

 Job Announcement Number- USGS-RES-23-11787670-DHA-JW: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/699227800


Educator (posted 1/4/2023)

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County is hiring a Watershed Educator that will deliver technical education on stream processes, management, and restoration as well as floodplain function, management, and regulation. It’s a great place to work with good people, a good mission, and room to grow. Details at https://cornell.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CCECareerPage/details/Watershed-Educator---Shokan--NY_WDR-00034628. Application Deadline: January 24, 2023


Assistant Professor, Irrigation Engineer -Oklahoma State University (posted 11/1/22)

This position is an 11-month, tenure-track appointment with Research (75%) and Teaching (25%) responsibilities in irrigation systems and water management. Areas of emphasis may include precision irrigation, remote sensing, water balance of soil-crop systems, and integrated water management that help mitigate challenges in surface and groundwater availability, water quality, and use of wastewater. Other emphasis areas can include smart irrigation systems and systems analysis, simulation and modeling to promote water use, sensor development and application, and energy efficiency.
View the full job ads and apply online at: https://jobs.okstate.edu and search for req12670. Application screening will begin December 1st, 2022; and accepted until position is filled.


Assistant Professor, Water Management (posted 11/1/22)

This position is an 11-month, tenure-track appointment with Research (60%) and Extension (40%) responsibilities in rural and urban hydrology and water management. This position will work at the interface of rural and urban water systems, designing control measures for sustainable water management, including transport, treatment, and use. Areas of emphasis may include runoff, surface and groundwater flow, climate adaptation (e.g. flood mitigation, drought management) that supports agriculture and food operations as well as urban agriculture ventures and urban development initiatives.
View the full job ads and apply online at: https://jobs.okstate.edu and search for req12671. Application screening will begin December 1st, 2022; and accepted until position is filled.


Conservation Manager, Site Steward - Vermont River Conservancy (posted 10/28/22)

The Site Manager is responsible for on-the-ground management of lands owned by Vermont River Conservancy (VRC). They will plan and implement site improvements to keep trails, signage, parking lots, and other amenities in excellent condition, helping to ensure the site’s conservation integrity and foster positive visitor experiences. They’ll also oversee contractors as part of large scale restoration projects such as site remediation or dam removal. The Site Manager will engage and coordinate volunteers statewide to meet on-the-ground management needs, and will also coordinate closely with partner organizations and municipalities – especially those that manage swimming holes or river access sites – to develop shared communications and exchange best management practices. Full position Description.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume in .pdf format to Kassia Randzio: admin[at]vermontriverconservancy[dot]org with subject line: “Application for Site Manager.” The position is open until filled. Vermont River Conservancy will begin reviewing applicants on November 10th.


Conservation Manager, Southern Vermont - Vermont River Conservancy (posted 10/28/22)

In Southern Vermont, the Conservation Manager will be integral to securing future protections for lands along waterways. With a focus on the Brattleboro area and upstream communities, the Conservation Manager will engage communities large and small to shape riverside conservation efforts – from leading conversations to identify a suite of community-led projects in their watershed to gaining public support for individual conservation projects. They’ll meet with communities, landowners, partners, donors, and state agency staff to identify priority conservation projects, then employ a range of conservation tools to secure land protections – from headwaters and river corridors, to downtown riverfront parks, to swimming holes. A portion of work includes time in the field as well as the possibility of overseeing seasonal support staff and/or volunteers to achieve program goals.. Full position description.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume in .pdf format to Kassia Randzio: admin[at]vermontriverconservancy[dot]org with subject line: “Application for Site Manager.” The position is open until filled. Vermont River Conservancy will begin reviewing applicants on November 10th.


Post-doc Position: Evaluation of Nitrogen Management Outreach and Extension in California (posted 9/15/2022, open until filled)

The post-doctoral scholar will provide leadership for a large-scale extension, education, and outreach project on agricultural nitrogen management. The fellow will support evaluating an outreach program that aims to accelerate the adoption of sustainable nitrogen management practices and increase N-use efficiency. The research will involve qualitative interviews of farmers and other stakeholders, and quantitative analysis of farmers survey data from a variety of sources. The project is highly policy engaged with many different types of agricultural and environmental agencies and organizations. Annual salary ranges from $55,631 to $66,598 depending on experience.

Full position listing is here:
https://environmentalpolicy.ucdavis.edu/blog/post-doc-position-evaluation-nitrogen-management-outreach-and-extension-california