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Signing up above to the River Management Job Posting service will allow your position to be distributed to thousands of schools, recruiters, and job matching services beyond the scope of out membership. The service provides an efficient means broadening your audience for interns or specialists, perhaps to seek new professional circles (e.g., law, civil engineering, recreational therapy, etc.) to fill your river-related position.
The US Forest Service Intermountain Region will soon advertise a GS-1315-12 Hydrologist position located in Boise, Idaho.Closes 9-22-2014.
New Hampshire Rivers Council seeks a Program Administrator (part time) - Closes September 12.
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission - Manager, Fisheries Science (Government equivalent - GS 14).
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission - Applications Developer – closes September 25.
Gila Watershed Partnership of Arizona – postings will be open until positions are filled:
Funding for Agencies and Non-profit Organization Internships: Environmental Stewards (ES) once again offers land and water management agencies and non-profit organizations opportunities to accomplish specific projects and provides individual placements for young people “Stewards” interested in gaining experience in natural and cultural resource management. Stewards are placed with state and federal agencies or non-profits in 10-week to year-long positions throughout the United States for assignment like the following:
For more information, here's a summary of the 2013 Environmental Stewards Summer Program and a new “How to Partner With Us” about the Environmental Stewards program
Internships, Seasonal and Part-Time
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Entry-level QDNR Internship position to work half time as a field technician in QDNR while working toward obtaining a college degree. This is a technical and developmental position created to train and develop a young, goal-oriented Quinault member into a professional resource biologist, forester, or natural resource professional. Closes July 24, 2014
Seasonal Marine Educator - City Parks Foundation, New York, NY
2-month position, 24-32 hours per week, 4 days per week (including some weekend days during the summer) http://www.idealist.org/view/job/965bhBm9WnH4 (posted 6-10-14)
The Center for Adventure & Experiential Learning (CAEL) at Garrett College (western Maryland) is currently seeking qualified interns for the spring, summer and fall of 2014. We are looking for enthusiastic team members to be part of this developing and multifaceted college and community based program. See attached:
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