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Organization: Bureau of Land Management
Location: Vernal, UT
Type of opportunity: Full Time
-Prepare, evaluate, and conduct analysis of botanical and plant responses as they relate to land and water resource projects.
-Complete botanical surveys and clearances to assist with the processing of permit applications
-Provide technical expertise and guidance on native plant materialsdevelopment work
-Plan, monitor and implement the threatened and endangered plant program.
Desired qualifications:
A. Successfully completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher in botany or basic plant science that included at least 24 semester hours in botany. (Submit Transcripts)
B. Possess an appropriate combination of education and experience that included course work equivalent to a major (i.e., 24 semester hours) in botany or basic plant science that included at least 24 semester hours in botany, as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education. (Submit Transcripts)
Start and end dates:  Excepted Service Permanent
Salary/pay: $39,179.00 to $62,297.00
Link to more information: Click here.
How to apply: Click here.
Application deadline: Friday, November 28, 2014

Environment America Clean Energy Digital Organizer

Organization: Environment America
Location: Washington D.C.
Type of opportunity: Full time
Duties: Developing and shaping the public narrative for our online work on clean energy campaigns; including social media, email and our websites. List growth and audience development. Fundraising. Develop and cultivate relationships with people and organizations who will share our content and collaborate with us on building our lists and our on-line power.
Desired qualifications:
-Excellent Writing Skills
-Commitment to a better world
-People Skills
-Time Management
Salary/pay: $24,000 for entry level and/or commensurate with experience. Environment America offers a competitive benefits package.
Link to more information: Click here.
How to apply: Click here.

Editor for Natural Areas Journal

Organization: The Natural Areas Association (NAA)
Location: The Editor works remotely from their current location.
Type of opportunity: Part Time
Desired qualifications: The ideal candidate will have:
-A Master’s degree or Ph.D. in applied natural resource management or environmental science. This is desired, but not mandatory.
-An academic, nonprofit or agency affiliation in the natural areas, natural resource or environmental field.
-Current experience conducting research in applied natural resource management or environmental science. This is desired, but not mandatory.
-Knowledge of natural areas management and conservation, resource management, conservation biology, restoration and current thinking and practice related to these fields.
-Familiarity with the Natural Areas Association and the Natural Areas Journal.
Start and end dates: Begins Jan. 1, 2015
Link to more information: Click here.
How to apply: Contact the NAA at

Community Organizer

Organization: Powder River Basin Resource Council

Location: Cheyenne Wyoming

Type of opportunity: Full Time


•Providing direction and support to Powder River members, landowners and citizens who contact the organization with questions or concerns related to our issue work.
•Researching relevant issues, collaborating with members and other citizens, organizing campaigns, and communicating with entities such as government institutions, non-governmental organizations, elected officials, and corporate and business groups.
•Representing Powder River to external public and private entities, including government departments, the press, and corporate institutions.
•Participating in fund raising activities and member recruitment.
•Reporting to the director and maintaining close communication with the Board, staff, members, and other organizations on the development of issues and campaigns.

Desired qualifications: College degree preferred. Strong background on public involvement and energy resource issues helpful.

Start Date: January 5, 2015  

Salary/pay: Salary starts at $30,000 with a generous benefits package including health and dental insurance, vision, paid vacation leave, paid holidays and paid long-term sabbatical leave.

Link to more information: Click here.

How to apply: Send a cover letter and resume to  or  Kevin Lind at Powder River Basin Resource Council, 934 North Main, Sheridan Wyoming 82801.

Application deadline: November 19, 2014

Senior Director of Projects and Partnerships

Organization: Wildlands Restoration Volunteers

Location: WRV has offices in Boulder and Fort Collins. The SDPP will work in/with both offices, but most likely be based in our Fort Collins office, unless the optimal candidate lives closer to Boulder.

Type of opportunity: Full time

Contact: Amy Gage []

Duties: Senior Director of Projects and Partnerships (SDPP) who will work closely with the Executive Director. Primary responsibilities are to oversee development of partnerships, projects and funding for projects across WRV’s entire geographical range, and to supervise employees in our Fort Collins office.

Desired qualifications: Natural resource background (botany, restoration ecology, or related fields. Extensive experience building partnerships; a plus, if you have an established network in Colorado. Extensive experience grant writing, donor development and non-profits. Experience planning and leading large scale restoration projects (preferably involving volunteers. Experience with volunteer recruitment, management & training. Excellent leadership and motivational skills; excellent public speaking and writing skills. Project management skills and experience working professionally with public land managers. Experience supervising staff. Minimum of five years of relevant experience and Bachelor’s or Master's Degree in a related discipline. Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook), databases, and comfortable with technology. Willingness to work evenings/weekends as needed; Valid driver’s license and auto for transportation.

Salary/pay: Annual salary will be $54,000 to $61,000, commensurate with experience.

Link to more information: See the full job announcement here.

How to apply: Email your Application Form, cover letter, and resume to

Application deadline: Applications will be reviewed immediately until the position is filled.

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