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Assistant Environmental Analyst (Habitat Restoration Assistant)
Hudson River Estuary Program
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the Hudson River Estuary Program are seeking a Habitat Restoration Assistant to work at the Norrie Point Environmental Center. Will conduct a GIS inventory of candidate shoreline habitat enhancement sites in the Hudson River estuary at selected locations from the City of Troy, NY to the Tappan Zee Bridge. Will develop web-based restoration program information and communicate with private and municipal property owners about restoration projects. Assist in writing permit applications for proposed restoration sites. Work performed in both office and field settings.
The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, aquatic biology, ecological restoration, or related field. Six months of hands-on experience preferred with conducting ecological field surveys including collection of data on plant or animal species, water quality or other environmental data from either classroom or professional setting. Knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS) and collection of field GIS data is desirable. Excellent communication and organizational skills required. This is a 12-month full-time position.
Send cover letter, and resume by October 9, 2015 as indicated at top of page. Please reference position #16-HREP-001 in the email subject line.
Assistant Environmental Analyst (Stream Restoration & Conservation Assistant)
Hudson River Estuary Program
New Paltz, NY
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the Hudson River Estuary Program are seeking a Stream Restoration & Conservation Assistant to work in NYS DEC’s Region 3 Office in New Paltz. Using the North Atlantic Aquatic Connectivity Collaborative protocols, will assess road crossings, including culverts and bridges. Will work with partners to assess aquatic barriers, prioritize known barriers for replacement and mitigation work, and share information on known priority barriers. Will organize large datasets of aquatic barriers and analyze them for patterns of ownership, locations, aquatic connectivity, and ecological benefit. Work performed in both office and field settings.
The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, chemistry or engineering, or a related field. Six months of hands-on experience preferred with assessing road crossings and dams for aquatic passage and capacity from either classroom or professional setting. Knowledge of North Atlantic Aquatic Connectivity Collaborative protocols is desirable. Excellent communication and organizational skills required. This is a 12-month full-time position.
Send cover letter, and resume by October 9, 2015 as indicated at top of page. Please reference position #16-HREP-002 in the email subject line.
Information Officer - Human Resources Generalist
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking candidates for an Information Officer - Human Resources Generalist. The Human Resources Generalist, under the guidance and supervision of the Human Resources Director, will provide support for a broad range of HR functions. Tasks and responsibilities include:
The successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree and 1-3 years of professional experience. Some prior experience with Human Resources preferred. Attention to detail, facility with numbers, database skills, organizational skills, and good interpersonal skills are all important for success in this position. Good judgment, discretion, and the ability to safeguard confidential information are required. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in many different aspects of Human Resources.
Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by October 9, 2015. In the email subject line, please reference position #15-Lowell-005.
Environmental Analyst (Science Coordinator)
Long Island Sound Study
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the Long Island Sound Study (LISS) are seeking an Environmental Analyst (Science Coordinator) to play a leading and integrating role among the many scientists and organizations at work in the Long Island Sound (LIS) watershed.
The LISS is part of the National Estuary Program established by the 1987 amendments to the Clean Water Act, is sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the states of Connecticut and New York, and involves other participants through a cooperative Management Conference. Will assist in the development and management of technical projects and programs of the LISS. Will coordinate and facilitate the LISS’s Science and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC.) Will help facilitate the needed synthesis and interpretation of data and make data available to support management decisions and to characterize environmental condition trends linked to ecological indicators.
The successful candidate must hold an advanced degree in environmental sciences, environmental engineering, biology, oceanography, marine sciences, or a related field along with related professional experience. Knowledge of estuarine/marine sciences related to water quality. Knowledge of estuarine, marine, coastal zone, or watershed management and related policies, planning principles, and implementation techniques. Experience in water quality monitoring, modeling, and assessment; experience in nutrient management, stormwater, and non-point source pollution issues.
Send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample by September 25, 2015 as indicated at top of page. Please reference position #16-LISS-001 in the email subject line.