Coquille Watershed Association needs a Restoration Program Coordinator position (see attached for further details). Melaney Dunne, Executive Director Coquille Watershed Association 390 N. Central Blvd. Coquille, OR, 97423 Phone: 541-396-2541
The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts is seeking a full-time Program Manager to join our Portland team. The Program Manager is a new position and will oversee major projects, support our pro-bono legal program, drive fundraising and communications, and provide business operations management. The ideal candidate will be motivated by a diverse portfolio of work and will be a details-driven team player. Deadline to apply is COB Please share this position listing with your friends and colleagues! KELLEY BEAMER (she/her), Executive Director Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts 511 SE Morrison St. Portland, OR 97214 cell: 503.348.9612 office: 503.719.4732 web: https://oregonlandtrusts.org/
Two fully-funded positions are available at Washington State University (R1 institution) in Vancouver, WA, in Urban Ecohydrology or related topics of Global Environmental Change, Urban Environmental Biophysics/Ecophysiology, Urban Environmental Modeling, Remote Sensing Data Analytics, or Socio-environmental Sustainability and Equity.
Specific research foci will be developed collaboratively between each hired researcher and the supervisor Dr. Kevan Moffett. Possible research themes include, but are not limited to: urban water-heat relations, urban surface water-groundwater-watershed dynamics, urban forest ecohydrology, vulnerability and adaptation to extreme hydroclimate events across diverse social norms and climate zones, remote sensing data-mining, or the basic natural science needed to support urban community health and environmental justice.
For postdoc: Please apply as soon as possible by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org: (1) a letter describing your interests and experiences relevant to the position (maximum 3 pages single-spaced), (2) current CV, (3) contact information for three professional references. Priority application deadline extended to December 2, 2019 for immediate review, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
For graduate study: Please send an email of inquiry/interest as soon as possible to email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> and please attach a CV/resume that includes GPA and GRE scores, if possible. Complete applications are due by January 10, 2020 for priority review toward potential admission, but late applications will be accepted through winter and spring until the position is filled.
Additional details at: https://labs.wsu.edu/ecohydrology/opportunities/ These are NOT temporary positions. Please only inquire if serious about multi-year intense academic research study and possessed of strong quantitative science research background.
Deschutes County will be transitioning away from contracting services out to a Project Wildfire Program Manager to a permanent full time County employee position over the coming months. The intention is to add long term capacity to Project Wildfire and all of the work we collectively accomplish. We have come a long way over the years and I hope that this evolutionary next step accelerates us on our journey of wildfire preparedness in Deschutes County. The position will be titled “Fire Adapted Communities Coordinator” and will be tasked with providing staff support to the annual work plan developed by the Project Wildfire Steering Committee including among other things updating and implementation of our seven Community Wildfire Protection Plans, development and support of our Firewise USA® sites, and coordination of the annual FireFree events.