Project Manager, Communications
ECOS is accepting applications for a Project Manager to prepare, create, and deliver communications pieces and to handle specific communications projects for ECOS and a project of which ECOS is a part called E-Enterprise for the Environment. This Project Manager works with state environmental directors and their staff, other ECOS staff, tribes, and representatives of federal agencies to advance the communications messages and products associated with ECOS and E-Enterprise for the Environment. Applications are due by 5 pm on June 16. For a detailed description and more information on how to apply, see here.
Intern – currently accepting resumes for Fall 2017 (unpaid)
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In the States
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is hiring an Air Pollution Control Engineer/Senior Compliance Assessment Engineer for their Air Resource Division. This position assists in supervising the functions of the Compliance Bureau, including: performing compliance inspections of stationary sources; responding to complaints and alleged violations of air pollution regulations; preparing reports of inspection activities; reviewing inspection reports drafted by section staff; supervising the training of new staff; and providing recommendations for planning and inspection targeting. More information on the position, qualifications, and how to apply is available here.
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is currently seeking a Director for their Energy and Climate Division. This individual will be responsible for developing and implementing the Energy and Climate Division’s programmatic and budgetary policies, priorities and functional plans. Applications for this position are due by June 21. More information on this position and how to apply is available here.
North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality
The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality is reopening and expanding its nationwide search for a Director for the Division of Marine Fisheries. The position is responsible for managing North Carolina’s marine and estuarine resources. The Director manages 320 full-time, seasonal and temporary employees and a $36 million annual budget. Among its responsibilities, the Division of Marine Fisheries regulates fish and shellfish harvests, sets catch limits for fishermen, monitors fish harvests, and inspects seafood processing and distribution facilities. The position will remain open until June 23 at 5 p.m. Interested applicants should access this position announcement.