Seeking a motivated master's student for a 2-year funded Graduate Research Assistantship position focusing on political ecology of water resources at Portland State University starting in Fall 2019. The student will work on research projects related to social, political, and legal dimensions of water resource management and governance in the Western US. Tasks may include contributing to literature reviews, research design, qualitative and archival data collection and processing, data analysis, and contributing to writing of grant proposals and manuscripts for publication. The ideal candidate has an undergraduate degree in geography or a related field (environmental studies/science, anthropology, sociology, resource management), very strong writing skills, and a background/interest in qualitative research methods.
Seriously interested applicants should contact me at email@example.com with a CV, (unofficial) transcript, and a letter detailing research interests and experience. For more information on my research, see https://sites.google.com/pdx.edu/alidacantor. Applicants must meet requirements and be accepted into
Portland State University's Geography Master's degree program (see https://www.pdx.edu/geography/graduate-degrees; application deadline January 15, 2019), but should be in touch with me well in advance to discuss potential projects. Portland State University is a public university located in downtown Portland, Oregon, which provides fantastic outdoor recreation opportunities and urban amenities in one of the greenest cities in America. The PSU Department of Geography (https://www.pdx.edu/geography) includes faculty and students with a diverse range of interests, including political ecology, hydrology, water resources, GIS, sustainability, urban environments, and more.
Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring a year-round, benefited Program Manager for Youth Conservation Corps Summer Programming, based in Prineville! I wanted to push it out one more time before our due date (Sunday, November 25th). Please forward widely.
The Program Manager oversees two summer programs: the “Central Oregon Youth Conservation Corps” for 16-18 year old local teens (a non-residential program) and 3 to 6 one-week-long overnight camp sessions of “Camp LEAD” for youth across the state who experience disabilities. Primary responsibilities fall in four major areas: 1) Partnership Development and Leadership; 2) Program Management and Youth Development; 3) Staff Supervision, Training, and Support; and 4) Grant writing, data management, and reporting.
We’re looking for a dedicated and resourceful person with a passion for youth, the outdoors, and partnership-based collaboration. The year-round salaried position will manage partnership-based summer youth conservation corps programs that serve diverse youth—including Latino, Native American, and other minority youth, and youth who experience disabilities. Applicants who represent these groups are encouraged to apply.
Starting salary is $38,000-$40,000 and the year-round, permanent positions include great health insurance (paid 100% by the employer), 80 hours paid vacation leave, 40 hours paid sick leave, and 9 paid holidays annually. Plus, Heart of Oregon Corps is a fun, meaningful, and community-involved place to work! Our organizational values are Integrity, Learning, Responsibility, and Community. We train tomorrow’s workforce today.
VT is looking to recruit an M.S. student to work on a research project funded by the Chesapeake Bay Trust. The goal of this project is to improve our understanding of the conditions under which stream restoration practices “fail,” with the long term goal of improving the overall application, design, and review of stream restoration projects. Specifically, the student will conduct a detailed hydraulic analysis to provide insight into the benefit of using two-dimensional (2-D) hydraulic modeling in stream restoration design instead of the more commonly used one-dimensional (1-D) modeling.
The biological systems engineering department at Virginia Tech is recognized for conducting both applied and fundamental research that integrates biology and engineering to solve problems focused on the protection and sustainable use of natural resources. Students interested in applying should contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tess Thompson, PhD Associate Professor Turner Fellow of Engineering Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Studies Biological Systems Engineering 213 Seitz Hall, Virginia Tech