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[summer job]: Marine Science Educator, Seacamp (Big Pine Key, FL)

Seacamp Association, Inc
1300 Big Pine Avenue
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Company Description: Celebrating our 51th summer!!! A non-profit, residential, environmental educational organization offering marine science programs for 10-17 year olds in a summer camp setting and to visiting elementary, middle, secondary, college, and adult groups throughout the school year. 

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[job]: Americorps Conservation Scientist/Educator (US Fish & Wildlife Service; Seattle, WA)

The mission of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is “Working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.” The Washington Fish & Wildlife Office (USFWS) is recruiting three AmeriCorps service members to join our staff, partners and community members in order to expand our mission delivery. 

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[internship] Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program Scientific Internship Program (Gnaraloo, Australia)

adviser notes: unpaid internship from October 2016 to April 2017. Accommodation and food covered while there. Transportation there is not covered – chance of getting return travel costs covered upon completion of the internship (by application; depends on need).
Gnaraloo is a wilderness tourism business and working pastoral station on the Ningaloo Coast in North Western Australia, adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park and Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area. 

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[job]: Marine Resources Program Assistant, WA Conservation Corps (Snohomish County, WA)

Job title:
Snohomish County Marine Resources Program Assistant
This is a Washington Department of Ecology – Washington Conservation Corps Individual Placement position with Snohomish County Public Works – Surface Water Management’s (SWM) Marine Resources Program in Everett, WA.
To apply:
Please fill out the WCC online application AND send cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to (email preferred):
Kathleen Herrmann
Snohomish County Surface Water Management
3000 Rockefeller Ave
M/S 607
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: 425-388-6414
Email: kathleen.herrmann@snoco.org
Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

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[job]: Human Rights Project Manager, FishWise (Santa Cruz, CA)

FishWise is a sustainable seafood consultancy that promotes the health and recovery of ocean ecosystems through environmentally and socially responsible practices. FishWise uses market-based approaches to achieve responsible business practices and create change on the water. This science-based and business-friendly approach has allowed FishWise to build partnerships and strong working relationships with industry, government, and NGOs.
We are seeking a Project Manager to advance social responsibility and protect human and labor rights within seafood supply chains. 

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[job]: Permanent Fish Biologist I (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Vancouver, WA)

$2,873.00 – $3,740.00 Monthly $2,873.00 – $3,740.00 Monthly
Clark County – Vancouver, WA Clark County – Vancouver, WA
Job Type
Full Time – Permanent
Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Job Number
5/19/2016 5:00 PM Pacific
This position reports to the Region 5 Chinook VSP Monitoring Lead Biologist. This position provides assistance to the lead biologist responsible for implementing the project and will be responsible for specific pieces of the overall project. 

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[job]: Coastal Discovery Center Assistant Manager, OMSI (Newport, OR)

The Coastal Discovery Center Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the Coastal Discovery Center Manager in successfully running OMSI Outdoors programs, including but not limited to, Outdoor School, Summer Science Camp, Rental Groups, and Family Weekends. This position is also responsible for coordinating and implementing programs, developing curriculum, supervision of summer camp counselors, and providing administrative support. The position requires living on-site near Newport, Oregon at the Coastal Discovery Center. 

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[job]: Marine Animal Rescue Specialist, Marine Animal Rescue (California)

LOCATION: MAR’s authorized territory is Los Angeles County from Pacific Palisades to Long Beach and west to Catalina, California.
HOURS: 8 HOURS PER DAY 2 DAYS PER WEEK Be prepared to work long days from February to June.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and skills
JOB DESCRIPTION: Must be available five days a week, 8 hours per day for response, rescue and transportation of marine animals. 

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[job]: Facilities Maintenance Technician, The Marine Mammal Center (Sausalito, CA)

The Facilities Maintenance Technician is part of a team of 6 staff responsible for inspecting, operating and maintaining The Center’s buildings and physical facilities. Duties include light building maintenance, landscaping and assisting other technicians with project work. This position reports to the Life Support and Facilities Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Specialist.
Core Competencies: areas of proficiency, abilities, etc.

Basic plumbing skills
Basic fabrication skills
Light Mechanical systems work
Effective verbal, listening communications skills
Decision making and problem solving skills
Good time management and the ability to work unsupervised

Specific duties: actual job duties and responsibilities

Perform minor facility maintenance such as painting, landscaping & weeding
Perform daily inspections on building systems
Perform maintenance tasks on building equipment
Isolate, troubleshoot and coordinate the repair of faulty building systems
Provide support on fabrication projects
Provide support to outside contractors
Interface and communicate effectively with The Center’s rescue and animal care workforce (staff and volunteers)
Provide support for other departments

Qualifications: education, training, etc. 

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Marine Science Summer Camp Instructors (Kodiak Village, AK)

Marine Science Summer Camp Instructors in Alaska’s Kodiak Island
I am looking for adventurous Camp teachers for a Marine Science summer camp in a remote Native village on Kodiak Island, Alaska July 18-22 with a 2-day prep. workshop in Kodiak July 15,16.

you love teaching kids about the ocean
you have some experience leading kids in hands-on activities
you can adapt to changing situations quickly
you are ready to live rough and work hard for a week
you are curious and willing to learn about the Aleutiq life style
a bit of rain and cold does not bother you
you are ready to work and live as part of a team
you have some prior experience teaching ocean science

I am looking for four Camp teachers and will apply for a travel assistance grant in the order of $1000.- per person to cover travel from Anchorage to Kodiak and from there by small fixed-wing aircraft to Old Harbor as well as food expenses. 

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