The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that runs campaigns for America’s leading environmental and social change organizations like Environment America and US PIRG. We launched the Fund in 1982 to help find ways to engage people on the most pressing problems of our day and turn that support into solutions. By having face-to-face, one-on-one conversations, we give millions of people the opportunity for their voices to be heard through petitions, emails, and small donations. This summer we will be working with Environment Washington to protect the Southern Resident Orca.Read more
American Conservation Experience, a nationwide Non-Profit Conservation Corps based in Flagstaff, AZ and Salt Lake City, Utah in partnership with the USFWS Puget Sound & Olympic Peninsula Complex in Lacey Washington is seeking TWO Fisheries Field Interns to dedicate 6 months to the monitoring of fisheries resources.Read more
This recruitment is for six (6), 1-month, non-permanent full-time Scientific Technician 2 positions in the Fish Program, Fish Management, Puget Sound Sampling Unit.Read more
We are currently recruiting for two positions (3-month and 6-month). Both positions will be a part of a three-man crew conducting juvenile salmon population estimates with a backpack electrofisher at numerous locations across the western Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.Read more
First Year Programs has multiple opportunities available for this summer and some that can extend through the academic year. All applications are currently open!Read more
Our recruitment for the Project Coordinator position on the Ecosystem Recovery Team is now live! This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to help us advance our social approaches and climate change work and support one of the LIOs and AA development and implementation.Read more
The Seattle Aquarium is looking for a part-time youth engagement mentor to join the volunteer engagement team. This position works to implement the Youth Ocean Advocates volunteer program for high-school-age youth in a manner that is both beneficial to the youth participating in the program and to the Aquarium’s mission.Read more
Part-time Student Assistant (2 positions), UW College of the Environment Academic Affairs (Seattle, WA)
Primary duties of the Student Career Services & Academic Affairs assistant include managing the College of the Environment Career Opportunities Page, coordinating the Undergraduate Student Ambassador Program and related recruitment activities and events, and assisting in the management, planning, and execution of events.Read more
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TECHNICIANS (AQUATICS):
The National Park Service is seeking several full time, temporary aquatic technicians for the 2019 summer field season in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI). Vacancies are GS-04 ($14.30/hr), GS-05 ($16.00/hr), GS-06 ($17.84/hr), and GS-07 ($19.82/hr) level positions.
The GS-04 & GS-05 positions will be stationed at Kings Canyon National Park with a projected start date of June 10, 2019.
We are seeking a Fisheries Research Biologist to serve as a member of the Conservation Engineering project within the RACE (Resource Assessment and Conservation Engineering) Division of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC) for nine months.Read more