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Forest Health Project Coordinator, Ohio

Employer: Cleveland Metroparks/USDA FS
Location: Parma, Ohio
Application Deadline: July 23, 2018
Full job description and application instructions

Cleveland Metroparks (in partnership with USDA Forest Service Forest Health Protection) is looking for a motivated individual to serve as a Forest Health Project Coordinator in a grant funded position (#18313). 
The Coordinator is currently a term position for two years with compensation of $50,000 annually. The successful candidate will be working with an emerging disease of American Beech, currently known as “Beech Leaf Disease”.

Mill Foreman at Bad Goat Forest Products, MT

Bad Goat Forest Products  - Mill Foreman

Multi-year Consulting Opportunity - Sebago Clean Waters

Employer: Sebago Clean Waters
Location: Portland, Maine
Full job description
Applications accepted now, open until filled.

Sebago Clean Waters is an innovative new initiative that seeks to accelerate the pace of forest conservation and water protection in the Sebago Lake region of Maine. With a new investment by the Healthy Watersheds Consortium Grant Program, Sebago Clean Waters seeks an accomplished, entrepreneurial conservation professional to advance the initiative, working with a strong, established partnership and a clear vision.

Fall Forest Stewards Youth Corps

Summary
The Forest Stewards Guild is hiring for two crews based out of the Mountainair and Espanola U.S. Forest Service Ranger Districts. Each crew will have 7 Crew Members and 1 Crew Leader. The program runs for 12 weeks from August 20th until November 9th. Crews will complete natural resoruce management projects and participate in prescribed fire operations when conditions and weather permit.

Crew Member Qualifications

Managing Director, Audubon Vermont

Employer: National Audubon Society, Audubon Vermont
Location: Huntington, VT
Application deadline: Open until filled
Full position description and application instructions

Audubon seeks a Managing Director to lead Audubon Vermont and build on its rich history to expand the organization’s contributions to conservation in Vermont and throughout the Atlantic Flyway. This person will lead the organization to its next level of conservation and financial success working with a group of professionals in the state, an active and supportive state advisory board, and conservation, policy, network and development colleagues along the entire flyway. This is a high profile, pivotal opportunity for a dynamic conservation professional.

Restoration Project Manager, Save the Redwoods League

Employer: Save the Redwoods League
Location: Eureka/Arcata, CA area
Application deadline: July 13, 2018
Full job description and application instructions

The Restoration Project Manager must be an experienced compliance and permitting professional eager to help revitalize forests impacted by centuries of logging, which left behind eroding roads, impaired streams, and spindly, young trees. You will manage and coordinate all aspects of the compliance, permitting, and implementation of large-scale and highly complex redwood forest ecosystem restoration and park support projects for the Redwoods Rising initiative.

Director of Research, Appalachian Mountain Club

Employer: Appalachian Mountain Club
Location: AMC’s Pinkham Notch Visitor Center in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire
Open until filled. Start date is late summer.
Full job description and application link

The Director plays a critical role in developing and guiding AMC's research program as well as bringing scientific information and analyses to the development and promotion of AMC policies on a wide range of environmental issues relevant to AMC's mission. This position is an exceptional career opportunity for the right person.

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