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NEIWPCC offers competitive compensation including excellent benefits for eligible employees; we are committed to the professional development of our employees which allows employees to increase their skills, abilities, and work experiences and enables promotion from within.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@neiwpcc.org. Your application will be reviewed by our human resources department to determine if your qualifications possess the right match for the position; your application is only complete when you have submitted a cover letter and resume; without both, your application may not be considered.

Shortly after submission, you will receive confirmation of receipt of your application in the form of a card or email. You will be contacted directly if we would like to schedule an interview. Due to the high volume of resumes received for our positions, NEIWPCC is unable to respond to individual status update requests. We respectfully request no calls about a position or the status of your application. We thank you for your understanding and interest in employment at NEIWPCC.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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This page was last updated on December 4, 2018.



ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYST
Lake Champlain Basin Program
Grand Isle, VT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) is seeking candidates for Environmental Analyst to work closely with the Program Director, Education and Outreach Team, Technical Team, and the Cultural Heritage Coordinator to assist with mission-driven projects to improve water quality, habitat, environmental engagement, and cultural interpretation of the Lake Champlain Basin. This entry level position will represent LCBP at outreach events, including some weekend and night events. Assist staff on grant management, website and social media account updates, and boat launch steward program. Deliver, install, and maintain the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) Wayside Exhibit Inventory. Assist with implementing the Healthy Soils campaign.

The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences or related field, with coursework or passionate interest in Lake Champlain or watershed issues relevant to the LCBP mission.  Strong computer skills, writing and editing skills required.  Ability to work with the public. Demonstrated photography skills preferred.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by January 7, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-LCBP-001 in the email subject line.

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PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Narragansett Bay Estuary Program (NBEP)
Providence, Rhode Island

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking dynamic and creative candidates for Program Director of the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program (NBEP). NBEP is one of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 28 national estuary programs established pursuant to Section 320 of the federal Clean Water Act. S/he will work to protect and preserve Narragansett Bay and its bi-state watershed through partnerships that conserve and restore natural resources, promote the use of sound science to support Narragansett Bay management, enhance water quality, and promote community involvement and stewardship.

The Program Director of the NBEP ensures the efficient and fiscally-responsible operation of NBEP’s Providence office, including supervision of 2 or more NBEP staff members. S/he will provide overall program leadership, coordination, administration, and planning in cooperation with the EPA Project Officer, NBEP Steering Committee, NBEP Executive Committee, NBEP Science Advisory Committee, associated NBEP subcommittees, and NEIWPCC’s Lowell staff. The NBEP Program Director will be the lead for developing and implementing initiatives and partnerships that support the on-going renewal and implementation of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP)—the dynamic guiding document for the NBEP—including serving as a facilitator for addressing key environmental issues and for leading initiatives related to water quality/stormwater mitigation, habitat protection and restoration, local capacity building, and the widely interwoven impact of climate change.

The Program Director will promote a holistic approach to the protection of the Narragansett Bay watershed, recognizing its environmental, economic, and social/cultural significance and bringing together various constituencies to work together effectively towards a shared vision and mission; ensure NBEP’s program structure and activities reflect the bi-state nature of the watershed and help all portions of the watershed to employ partners that seek cooperative solutions through political and environmental leaders who recognize the natural world as overlaid by society’s defining borders.

The ideal candidate is expected to have a minimum of a master’s degree in environmental science or policy, public administration, or in a field related to natural resources. Knowledge of and experience in aquatic or marine science or policy, or coastal zone management, as well as non-point source pollution, marine monitoring, habitat assessment, and stormwater management preferred. Candidates must have a substantial track record of leading institutional growth and a team, managing technical projects, and facilitating discussions with a broad range of stakeholders.

To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by November 13, 2018 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-NBEP-001 in the email subject line. No phone calls please. Interviews are anticipated to be held in Providence on November 19 and/or November 20. Preferred start date is January 2, 2019.

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New York State Source Water Protection – New York State Department of Health

The primary goal of the next generation of source water protection in New York State is to develop, update, and implement source water protection measures for public drinking water systems throughout the State. Source water protection strategies are most effective when implemented at the local community level. As such, New York State is committed to updating its Source Water Assessment and Protection Plans (SWAPPs), as funded in the 2017 NYS budget, and has utilized this funding for NEIWPCC to provide New York State Department of Conservation and the New York State Department of Health with critical staff to work with NYS professionals, public water suppliers, and local entities to develop an updated public drinking water source water protection program.

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Department of Health are seeking candidates for the following positions:

PROGRAM MANAGER
New York State Department of Health – Source Water Protection Program
Albany, New York

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Bureau of Water Supply Protection (BWSP) are seeking diplomatic and highly organized candidates for a Program Manager to conduct, or oversee the conduct of, investigations on matters such as source water assessment and protection, water storage, treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment and discharge, point-source and non-point source pollution, permitting, or other compliance and regulatory issues. The incumbent will supervise central office and regional staff charged with developing source water protection plans, updating Source Water Assessment Plans (SWAPs), collecting environmental samples for analysis, and summarizing, evaluating, and presenting environmental information and data; will develop guidance and training for local municipalities, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and local health departments (LHDs) on source water protection strategies and implementation; and will provide support for BWSP and related programs by developing and implementing procedures to ensure compliance.

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, geology, hydrogeology, hydrology, environmental health, natural science, toxicology, or public health and must have knowledge and understanding of state and federal environmental regulations. Knowledge of Safe Drinking Water Act and SWAP programs, as well as groundwater and surface water hydrology required. Previous supervisory experience required. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and have demonstrated effective leadership and business management skills.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by January 11, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-NYS-SW-DOH-001 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Environmental Analyst – Lake Monitoring and Assessment
Albany, NY

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) are seeking an organized and detail-oriented candidate to work as an Environmental Analyst. This position will involve sampling and office activities associated with the three major Division of Water lake monitoring programs run by the Lake Monitoring and Assessment Section (LMAS), encompassed in the Bureau of Water Assessment and Management (BWAM) – the Lake Classification and Inventory (LCI) survey, the New York Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program (CSLAP), and the New York Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) program. The incumbent will prepare for the start of the lake sampling field season and complete sampling for the LCI, CSLAP and HABs programs, conduct database work in support of these sampling activities, assist LMAS and BWAM staff through data analysis, GIS mapping, and database outputs, in conducting outreach and reporting for the LCI, CSLAP and HABs programs.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, environmental sciences, geography, computer science, or related field. Previous water quality sampling and database experience is preferred, specifically experience collecting and working with lake water quality data, analysis, and reporting. Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and relational databases preferred. Previous experience operating and trailing small boats and experience with the statistical computing software (R) or other comparable statistical tools helpful.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by November 16, 2018 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-NYS-SW-DEC-002 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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