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                                           Associate/Full Professor – Natural Resource Management
The University of California, Merced is creating a dynamic new university campus and campus community in Merced, California, which opened in September 2005 as the tenth campus of the University of California and the first American research university built in the 21st century. In keeping with the mission of the University to provide teaching, research and public service of the highest quality, UC Merced will be providing new educational opportunities at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels through three academic schools: Engineering, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences/Humanities/Arts.

UC Merced invites applications for a ladder-rank faculty position at the Associate or Full Professor level in Natural Resource Management of Public Lands and Protected Areas. We seek a distinguished scholar who will provide leadership in establishing a program of international stature within the interdisciplinary area of adaptive management of complex coupled human (legal, administrative, economic, cultural) and natural (ecological, climatic, geologic, hydrologic) systems to sustain native species, ecosystems, and landscapes, and to preserve cultural heritage. We seek a leader in scholarship and practice that addresses lands and resource management broadly in the context of changing global earth systems and governance, including conservation, ecosystem services and climate adaptation.

Appropriate candidates will have distinguished research, educational, and leadership experience that emphasizes science, conservation, social science, and/or management. The ideal candidate will bridge science and management, and will lead efforts to develop interdisciplinary research and education programs at UC Merced associated with science, management, and sustainability of public lands and protected areas, such as national parks. The Sierra Nevada Research Institute and other campus units provide excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research collaboration as well as established collaborations with external stakeholders. The campus’ proximity to Yosemite National Park and several National Forests, and existing relationships with these entities, provides an excellent opportunity to build partnerships for research and practice in natural resource management in nearby parks and protected areas.

The primary appointment may be in Natural Science, Social Sciences, or Engineering, or may be a joint appointment between schools. The successful candidate is expected to participate actively in the development of innovative, interdisciplinary graduate and undergraduate programs in the future School of Management, and to contribute to the teaching and mentoring of a diverse student population.

Requirements: Ph.D. in a relevant field and exemplary research, publication, and teaching commensurate with a faculty appointment at the University of California at the appropriate level.

Salary: Negotiable based on the University of California salary scale.

Deadline: Evaluation of applications will begin April 15, 2015, and will remain open until filled.

Applications must be submitted via the website, <>, and must include1) a cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae 3) statement of research, 4) statement of teaching, and 5) names of five references with contact information, including mailing address, phone number, and email address.

The University of California, Merced is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty, staff, and students. The University is supportive of dual career couples.

For additional information about this position, contact Professor LeRoy Westerling at <>


Title Meteorologist (DMH)
Job Description Purpose of Position: Analyze and interpret meteorological data and prepare weather reports and forecasts for presentation on Denali Media television stations and websites.

Position’s Customer(s): Viewing audience; Chief Meteorologist, and News Director.

Essential Duties of Position:
• Responsible for developing weather forecasts and accompanying computer graphics, delivering on-air weathercasts, and live weather reports from the field.
• Uses surface and upper air stations, satellites and radar, studies maps, photographs and charts to predict long and short range weather conditions, operates computer graphic equipment to produce weather reports in televised broadcasts and website presentations.
• Communicates critical weather information, especially during severe weather, to producers and other critical staff members to ensure a consistent and accurate message to viewers.
• Follows Denali Media guidelines to maintain an interactive presence on social media platforms.
• Participates in story meetings.
• Reports on weather-related and community events for on-air broadcasts and web stream.
• Various shift work will be required and well as working on holidays.
• Adherence to clothing and appearance guidelines.
• Work in a cooperative fashion will all other newsroom personnel.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Thorough knowledge of all aspects of weather data interpretation and forecasting, including familiarity with computer hardware and software associated with such data retrieval and presentation.
• Working knowledge of TV weather graphics systems, newsroom software, general office computer software and basic non-linear editing systems
• Ability to analyze weather patterns into current and forecast information
• Ability to deliver weather information in a concise and understandable way
• Excellent on-air camera skills
• Ability to work with minimal supervision
• Must have attention to detail
• Knowledge of station guidelines and code of ethics
• Must be technically astute, highly organized and have a reputation for meeting deadlines.
• Strong verbal communication skills, particularly in the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization and outside clients

People Skills:
• Strong verbal communication skills, particularly in the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization and the public.
• Must be able to reconcile divergent demands of multiple parties under tight timelines.
• Proven ability to collaborate within and outside assigned department and create an effective working environment for high traffic and/or potential stressful workloads.
• Excellent active listening skills with the ability to work effectively with technical and non-technical staff required.
• Self directed and takes the initiative on issues affecting the organization.
• Facilitate a positive team experience for team members.
• Neat, clean, professional appearance when in the field.

Years of Experience required to meet minimum qualifications: Two or more years experience as a meteorologist required.

Level of Education required to meet minimum qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. BA/BS in Meteorology, Climatology, or Atmospheric Science preferred. A combination of relevant education and experience to perform the duties may contribute to years of experience on a year for year basis.

Certifications Required: Must be a Certified meteorologist (AMS/NWA)

Reporting Relationships:
Position reports to: Chief Meteorologist and Executive News Director
Number of Direct Reports: 0

Physical Requirements:
Office & Field Position: Physical effort may include stooping, kneeling, touching, feeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions. Ability to lift and carry up to 20 lbs.

Hearing, vision, depth perception, and hand-to-eye coordination sufficient to perform job duties. Visual and auditory acuity necessary to operate equipment. Ability to tolerate temperature and weather extremes. Strength, stamina and coordination sufficient to perform job duties.

Working Conditions: Works inside a climate controlled environment throughout the year but might be assigned to field duties on occasion. Must be willing to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.

Driving Requirements: Must possess and maintain a driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a satisfactory driving record.

EEO: GCI is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or another characteristic protected by law.

Disclaimer: The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, and responsibilities required of employees assigned to this job.

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Telecommute Available? No
Salary DOE
City Anchorage
State/Province Alaska
Employment Status Full-Time


LOCATION: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Denver Office (6060 Broadway)
POSITION: Natural Areas Field Technician II
PAY RATE: $15.50/hr
HIRE DATE: On or before May 1, 2015 (Applications due March 27, 2015)
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hiring a short-term, temporary position under the Colorado Natural Areas Program. This position is 40 hours per week for a maximum of 9 months. This position will be focused on assisting the Natural Areas Coordinator with statewide monitoring of the most rare and unique natural features in Colorado, which will include the preparation, implementation and necessary wrap-up of field visits to state Natural Areas. This position will also focus on implementing the State of Colorado Rare Plant Conservation Program. There is an opportunity to gain invaluable experience working independently with the Colorado conservation community, various landowners, rare species and GIS through this position. Work will be based in the Denver office but will include (over 50% of time) day trips and multi-day field trips for gathering data.
Applicant must have a background in botany, ecology or another related biological science and have experience with biological field surveys, as well as with ArcGIS 9 or 10. A large portion of this work will involve working independently in remote locations around Colorado, so applicant must be a self-starter and able to work in sometimes harsh conditions. Experience with MS Office products is required, as is some prior experience with GPS products (preferably Trimble). Experience with grant proposals and fund-raising is a plus. Applicant should have good organizational, written and oral communication skills; they should be physically fit and willing to hike and camp and have own camping equipment (tent and sleeping bag). Applicant must have (or obtain) a valid Colorado Driver’s license. For more information on the program, see: Please send cover letter, resume and reference list by March 27, 2015.

Specific Duties may include:
– Visit Colorado Natural Areas to assess conditions, identify rare or noxious plant species, GPS important features, survey for and monitor rare elements (including wildlife, plant communities, fossils, and geologic features), and forge relationships with landowners and volunteers.
– Coordinate rare plant conservation projects by working with contractors, land managers, agency partners, and volunteers.

– Prepare all necessary documents, equipment and maps for field trips.
– Produce necessary reports, maps and other documents to summarize findings from field trips.
– Assist with Program administrative tasks such as modifying program databases; coordinating program council and volunteer meetings; and organizing and filing electronic and paper files.
– Other duties as assigned.

We are looking for local applicants due to the short timeline on the position. For consideration, please email these materials in order to be considered:
1) Cover letter (state availability date to start)
2) Resume
3) Reference contact list – 3 minimum, previous supervisor(s), academic reference, etc.

Send email with these 3 attachments to
– Must be at least 21 years of age.
– Must have a valid Colorado drivers’ license or reliable transportation.
– Must be able to work outdoors and on weekends, holidays, and varied shifts.
– Must be able to camp and hike in variable conditions.
– May need to undergo criminal background investigation.
– Possess strong interpersonal communication skills (written and oral).
– Ability to work with little supervision.
– Miscellaneous: must be available for 40 hours per week. Employment is for a maximum of 40 hours a week for 6-9 months.

Grantmaker Association Internship

POSITION TITLE: Grantmaker Association Internship

Location: The Consultative Group on Biological Diversity, Presidio, San Francisco, CA

Organizational Overview:
Founded in 1987 and located in San Francisco’s Presidio, the Consultative Group on Biological Diversity (CGBD) is a professional association of grantmakers with a shared vision
for a sustainable, just and healthy future for all life on Earth, advanced by a vibrant and effective philanthropic sector. The CGBD supports member-driven programs and special
initiatives that focus on climate change and energy, marine ecosystems, land and freshwater conservation, conservation science, the Gulf of California, and international biodiversity
issues. With an annual budget of $1.5M and a staff of 8, the CGBD hosts convenings, briefings, and other educational offerings such as webinars throughout the year.

The Overview and Responsibilities

The CGBD/GOC Intern provides support to the Executive Director of CGBD for broad CGBD administrative purposes and for Annual Meeting support, as well as to support the Gulf of
California (Northwest Mexico) program.

Key Responsibilities

•Set up webinars with online software and manage technical aspects of conference call and webinars; coordinate with staff and/or partners to moderate discussion.
•Schedule calls or meetings using scheduling tools like Doodle.
•Research, assemble and send out regular news summaries specific to the Gulf of California program via email, including Spanish-language materials.
•Use email broadcast client (MailChimp) to circulate important and timely information.
•Other duties as assigned.

•Excellent oral and written communications skills.
•Fluency in spoken and written Spanish is essential.
•Familiarity with internet research methods and major online news outlets.
•Ability to quickly learn and adapt to software such as Survey Monkey.

Other ideal qualities but Not Required
•Interest in environmental, climate change and energy issues.
•Interest in Mexico and conservation issues in a developing country context.
•Familiarity or experience with philanthropy.
•Familiarity or experience with coastal and marine conservation issues.

TIME REQUIRED: 15-18 hours per week beginning mid to late April 2015 for a period of approximately three months.  Candidate must already live in the San Francisco Bay area and
be able to travel to the office in the Presidio.  At least one instance of out of state travel will be required in mid-June 2015.

Compensation: $20/hour

TO APPLY: Email a resume, along with a cover letter to describing your qualifications, why you think you are a great fit for this position and what interests you about
the mission of CGBD.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 31, 2015 (earlier applications preferred)

No phone inquiries please.

The Consultative Group on Biological Diversity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does
not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, race or disability. CGBD’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is based upon our belief that the best organizations are composed of individuals who bring a variety of skills, perspectives,
backgrounds, and resources to address complex and strategic challenges.

There are two research assistantships available through Wilfrid Laurier University’s Forest Ecology
Lab ( and the Taiga Plains Research Network ( as part of an
ongoing partnership with the Government of the Northwest Territories
( We are looking for two motivated, energetic individuals to
contribute to ongoing research projects in sub-arctic forest and tundra research sites in the Northwest Territories.

Research assistantship details:
– Duration: Three months (late May – late August)
– Locations: Trail Valley Creek, NWT (north of Inuvik) and Yellowknife, NWT
– Salary/travel: In addition to a modest research assistant stipend, travel between Waterloo, Ontario or a comparably priced departure point and the field site(s) will be provided and food and accommodation while in the field will be provided.
– Tasks: contribute to graduate student field research projects at the two sites.

Interested individuals should have the following general qualifications:
-Be enrolled in or have completed a science-based university or college program.
-Fluency in English
-Experience camping, preferably in more remote settings
-First aid and firearms training required at time of employment
-Valid driver’s license

Interested students should contact:

Dr. Jennifer Baltzer
Center for Cold Regions and Water Science Research and Biology Dept., Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Ave., Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5, Canada

The College of Human Ecology at Cornell University is seeking to hire a Program Manager for the Sloan Program in Health Administration. You will find the position description below. Please share this announcement with others in your respective networks.

Program Manager for the Sloan Program in Health Administration


The College:

The College of Human Ecology has over 100 years of academic excellence and community outreach woven into its history, fusing a respect for tradition with a spirit of innovation. The College’s mission is to advance and improve the human experience by integrating academics, research and outreach in the areas of nutrition and health, design and technology, human development, and public policy,learn more.  The Sloan Program in Health Administration has been at the forefront of health administration education and research for over 55 years, and prepares graduate students to apply management and organizational expertise to the advancement of health and well-being of people, families and communities around the world.  For more information on the Sloan Program, click here.


Rewards & Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation, with annual increases; health insurance, and the New York State retirement plan Generous paid leave provisions:  12 holidays (including Thanksgiving and a winter break December 25-January 1), 3 weeks of vacation leave, health and personal leave
  • College of Human Ecology Employee Rejuvenation (CHEER) to support the physical, social and psychological well-being of staff working in the college
  • Impressive educational benefits, including:  tuition-free Extramural Study and Employee Degree Program, Tuition Aid for external education, Cornell Children’s Tuition Assistance program
  • A rich array of services, programs and benefits to help employees advance in their career and enhance the quality of personal life, including:  employee wellness, workshops, childcare and adoption assistance, parental leave, flexible work options.  For more information, follow the link benefits at Cornell.

Position Summary:

Our ideal candidate will be a skilled relationship builder with strong business experience. Key responsibilities include:

  • Identifying and establishing relationships with employers and health care programs
  • Creation and oversight of marketing promotional materials
  • Advising and assisting students during the recruitment process
  • Coordination of the Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education accreditation process.
  • Developing and maintaining an up-to-date alumni database
  • Oversees the collection, maintenance and reporting of alumni records and statistics and reporting on program outcomes


Core Competencies:

  • BS in Business, Health Administration, Marketing Communications or related field.  MS/MBA/MHA preferred
  • Minimum 2 Years business experience, general business experience; health care field preferred
  • Strong project management skills and attention to detail
  • Facility with Microsoft Office Suite, Access and graphic design software


For a more detailed description and to create a profile online please follow the link CLICK HERE TO APPLY, and get connected to Cornell recruiters.  Due to the high volume of responses, only those applicants who best match our needs will be contacted for an interview.  To learn more about career opportunities and what makes us a great place to grow your career, please visit

Sara Xayarath Hernández

Director – Diversity Programs in Engineering

Cornell University

College of Engineering

146 Olin Hall

Ithaca, NY 14853


office:   607.255.0979

fax:        607.255.2834


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“To love what you do and feel that it matters – how could anything be more fun?” –Katherine Graham

The Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI) at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ is hiring seasonal technicians for summer 2015 to assist with field research on forest restoration and ecosystem health projects. The ERI is nationally recognized for mobilizing the unique assets of a university to help solve the problem of unnaturally severe wildfire and
degraded forest health throughout the American West. The ERI collaborates with land management agencies and communities by providing comprehensive focused studies, monitoring and evaluation research, and technical support.
The mission of ERI is to serve as an objective leader in research, scholarship, education, and collaborative efforts to plan and implement restoration treatments for frequent-fire forest and woodland landscapes of the West.

Seasonal research technicians will utilize a variety of methods to measure forest attributes such as tree height, diameter, and condition class; tree regeneration; shrub abundance; and surface fuels. Technicians must be familiar with use of diameter tapes, loggers’ tapes, hypsometers or clinometers, and field computers. Prior experience in standard forestry
measurements and field data collection is necessary. In addition, prior experience in plant community measurements and southwestern plant identification is preferred.

This is a full-time, 40-hour per week position expected to begin mid-May and carry through late August. Work periods consist of four to eight consecutive 10-hour days depending on location, followed by three to six days off. Seasonal research technicians will be working in the high elevation coniferous forests of Arizona and possibly other locations and ecosystems. Technicians may be required to work in remote backcountry settings under potentially adverse weather conditions. These may be rugged environments with elevations ranging from 5,000-9,500 feet. Research technicians must be able to carry field equipment up to 25 lbs., in addition to personal gear. Technicians must be prepared to work and camp for up to eight consecutive days. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and be able to frequently travel away from Flagstaff (up to 20 days per month) for fieldwork. Must be able to work with diverse groups of people.

$12-14.00/hr., depending on position and experience. Subject to funding.
Application Deadline
Open until filled. Will begin reviewing applications March 2, 2015.
How to Apply
Please email resume and cover letter to
Walker Chancellor, Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University, P.O. Box 15017, Flagstaff, AZ 86011; (928) 523-7284

2 Visiting Assistant Professor Positions, Environmental Humanities and Environmental Planning, Bucknell University Environmental Studies Program
The Environmental Studies Program at Bucknell University is accepting applications for two appointments as visiting assistant professor – one in environmental humanities and one in environmental planning and sustainable resource management – for the 2015-2016 academic year. Teaching experience is desirable for both positions.

For the environmental humanities position, a completed or nearly completed Ph.D. in environmental history, humanistic aspects of environmental studies, or a closely related field is required. Teaching responsibilities totaling 6 courses per year will include Introduction to Environmental Studies, Environmentalism and Its Discontents, Environmental Humanities, and some combination of the following courses: American Environmental History, Global Environmental History, or additional offerings in the candidate’s particular area of expertise. This position is for one year, nonrenewable.

For the environmental planning and sustainable resource management position, a completed or nearly completed Ph.D. in environmental studies or a closely related field with a focus in political ecology, environmental governance, or environmental planning is required. Teaching responsibilities totaling 6 courses per year will include Introduction to Environmental Studies, Environmental Planning, Sustainable Resource Management, and additional offerings in the candidate’s particular area of expertise. Courses with a focus on sustainability, urban planning/cities, or climate change governance would be especially welcome. This position is for one year with a possible second year renewal.

For both positions we seek a teacher-scholar whose experience and expertise will contribute to the Environmental Studies Program’s diversity-related educational goals, including a commitment to teaching courses that address diversity and an emphasis on inclusive pedagogy.

Bucknell is a private liberal arts institution with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. The Environmental Studies Program was started in 1979 and offers BA degrees in both Environmental Studies and Environmental Science. The curricula draw upon the breadth of offerings at Bucknell in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and engineering.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, C.V., a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness, and 3 letters of reference. Applicants should identify the position of interest in their cover letter. Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.

Applications are only accepted through Interfolio ByCommittee.
1. Go to You will be directed to Interfolio’s Apply page for Bucknell University.
2. Click APPLY NOW (below the Application Instruction section).
3. Follow directions to create a free Interfolio account (standard fee will not apply).

Permanent-seasonal (13/13) Forestry Technician positions will be filled at a variety of duty locations within the Rocky Mountain Research Station, Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) Program. These are career positions at the GS-462-6 level.  Summary information is listed below, please see <> for full details.
* The DEMO announcement is open to all U.S. citizens.  The DEMO announcement number is 15-RES-60294DP-AL  – it will be open March 2, 2015 thru March 9, Extended to March 16th 2015. <>

For those interested in any of these positions, please apply via USAJobs (<> prior to the closing date.  You may use a resume or any other written format you choose, but regardless of the format used your application must contain sufficient information to validate qualifications and the specialized experience required for this position.  The specialized experience can be found in the ‘Qualifications Required’ section of the vacancy announcement.  All supporting documentation (including transcripts if applicable) must be included and uploaded as part of the application process.

Please include in your resume or work history the following information for paid and volunteer work experience especially that which is related to the job you are applying for:
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Up to 11 forestry technicians in support of the field inventory.  These positions will be advertised in the Forestry Technician (GS-462) series at the GS 6 level.  These are career permanent-seasonal (PSE) positions consisting of 13 pay periods of full time work, and 13 pay periods in nonpay status per year.  Appointees may be offered the opportunity to work longer depending on workload and funding.  The anticipated start date is May 2015.

The positions serve as members of the Interior West Forest Inventory and Analysis Program, headquartered in Ogden, Utah, which conducts forest resource inventories and forest health monitoring activities throughout the interior west states including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming.  For more information about the Program, please visit our internet site at <>

Each position will serve as part of a two person forest resource inventory crew.  The forestry technician crew members work under the direction of a local crew leader.  The work involves contacting land owners for access; locating study plots using aerial photo baseline and GPS techniques; conducting extensive resource and health inventories including tree measurements and foliage evaluations, understory vegetation composition and structure estimates, site characteristics and soils evaluations, etc; using various measurement instruments and electronic data recorders.

Fieldwork regularly includes extensive hiking and backpacking in remote and rugged areas, in all weather conditions, and carrying heavy daypacks (~45 lb.) or backpacks (60+ lb.).  Depending on location, a variety of other methods are used to access plots including ATV’s, horses, aircraft, and boats; please contact us for specifics of each location.

The area sampled by the RMRS Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program cover a diversity of ecological communities.  Terrain varies from dry ponderosa pine, oak woodland and juniper forests at lower elevations and the southern portion of the 8-state territory; to the high alpine forests of Colorado, Wyoming, and the Rocky Mountains; to the temperate rain forests of northern Idaho and northwestern Montana – and everything in between!  Each crew covers a large area, and all staff will experience a wide variety of country.
The field season typically runs from April through November.  In all locations, overnight travel away from the duty station is frequent, and may include periods of extended and continuous travel.  The ability to work productively as part of a team, meet the physical demands of this challenging outdoor work, and to quickly learn a complex set of field protocols are all very important in this position!


DNR Natural Resource Specialist 2
Aquatic Land Manager – Eastern Washington
Recruitment # 2015-03-7112-02083
Location: Spokane, Washington (negotiable)

SALARY RANGE: $3,213 – $4,214 per month plus comprehensive benefit package and retirement.
CLOSES:  March 22, 2015
Note: It is to your advantage to submit your materials sooner rather than later.
This Aquatic Land Manager is independently responsible for processing and managing use authorizations and projects on State-Owned Aquatic Land (SOAL) within the Aquatic Resources Division.  The work includes preparing and interpreting contracts and performing compliance activities.  The incumbent will work with a Habitat Stewardship Specialist and grantees to identify appropriate practices for activities on SOAL.  The work involves collaboration with local and government agencies on activities planned or currently located on SOAL. The position is also responsible for providing information regarding Department laws, policies and guidance pertaining to SOAL to grantees, the public and other government entities. This position manages state-owned aquatic lands in the thirteen eastern-most counties in Washington.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires the following key knowledge and skill in order to perform the essential job functions:
*Knowledge of aquatic or natural resource management
*Contract and lease preparation and administration
*Natural resources restoration
*Ability to manage several complex projects at once
*Computer skills
*Negotiation skills
*Good written and oral communication skills

This level of knowledge and skill is demonstrated by the ability to work within established procedures, methods and standards under minimal supervision. Performs a variety of complex work assignments with responsibility for ensuring that work product meets desired objectives.  Assignments may require analysis of data or findings. Has full authority to prioritize and handle all work within assigned area of responsibility.

This level of knowledge and skill is typically achieved after:
*A bachelor’s degree in natural resource management, forestry, business administration, natural science, environmental engineering or equivalent AND
*One (1) year of professional experience in a natural resource related field.


OR search on<> for Aquatic Land Manager.

Questions?  Please contact Carol Piening at (360)740-6808, or at, or e-mail us at