The following are current job postings for invasive species management professionals from organizations and agencies outside of NAISMA. NAISMA updates this list monthly.
As a Natural Resource Specialist you will apply your knowledge of integrated pest management, including approaches to prevent, control, and eradicate pest and high priority invasive species.
The Natural Resources Specialist stationed in either Sacramento, CA; Fremont, CA; Chula Vista, CA; or Las Vegas, NV, will serve as the Invasive Species Coordinator for national wildlife refuges in California, Nevada, and the Klamath Basin in Oregon. The incumbent will work closely with refuge staff and a variety of partners to promote a strategic and adaptive approach to invasive species management on national wildlife refuge lands and waters.
The Natural Resources Specialist stationed in Portland, OR will serve as the Invasive Species Coordinator and Integrated Pest Management Coordinator for the Columbia-Pacific Northwest and Pacific Islands Regions which includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, and U.S. Minor Outlying Islands. The incumbent will work closely with regional and refuge staff and a variety of partners to promote a strategic and adaptive approach to invasive species management on national wildlife refuge lands and waters.
The Natural Resource Specialist stationed at Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Tulelake, CA will serve as the Integrated Pest Management Specialist and Farming Program Manager for the Complex. The incumbent will oversee the Complex IPM program, coordinate farming on Refuge lands with local producers, and serve the Regional Pesticide Use Proposal Coordinator. The Klamath Basin is situated between the Cascade Range and Great Basin sage steppe, offering abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation and an affordable cost of living.
The Natural Resources Specialist stationed in one of the following locations – Great Falls, MT; Lewistown, MT; Pingree, ND; or Coleharbor, ND, will serve as the Invasive Species Coordinator for the Interior Regions 5 & 7 which includes Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. The incumbent will work closely with refuge staff and a variety of partners to promote a strategic and adaptive approach to invasive species management on national wildlife refuge lands and waters.
Applications close on 09/22/2020
Definition: ($74,000 per year + benefit package) The Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC), a 501(c) (3) non-profit conservation organization located in Ely, Nevada, is looking for a new Executive Director to replace its long-term Executive Director who is retiring at the end of 2020. ENLC’s mission and primary concern is the restoration of the dynamic, diverse, resilient landscapes of the Great Basin through education, research, advocacy, partnerships, and the implementation of on-the-ground projects. Under the general direction of the Board of Trustees, to provide professional, ethical and trusted leadership in the administration and execution of the policies and objectives of the Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC); and to effectively and efficiently manage and direct ENLC operations.
Typical Duties: The Executive Director performs a wide variety of confidential and complex administrative, analytical and financial work in the management and operation of the ENLC. He/she manages and directs administrative and day to day operations, has the authority to hire and terminate employees, and acts as a continuing liaison with Federal, state, and local agencies and organizations which are in a position to further ENLC objectives. The Executive Director has the authority to enter into contracts for scientific, technical, financial and other services consistent with the approved operating budget and Board directives.
Open until filled; for more information and to apply please go to https://www.envlc.org/employment/executive-director/
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