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The University of Wyoming is looking to fill a research associate position to look at “forest diversity and productivity.” A master’s degree is required for the position and applications must be received prior to May 1, 2009. The university would like to have someone begin working in this position by July 1, 2009. Source: Environmental Career Opportunities
The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) overlooks the LEED certification system and has a network of chapters across the United States. The council is hiring chapter coordinators; coordinators will be based out of the organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.
“The Chapter Coordinator is the primary liaison between USGBC national and the local chapter. This person works to improve and further develop USGBC’s Chapters Program through building strong relationships with chapter volunteer and staff leadership.” Source: USGBC
This entry-level position with ECI’s family of companies comes with a partial relocation reimbursement benefit. A two- or four-year degree is preferred but not required, and bilingual candidates are preferred.
“Our employees act as a liaison between the utility company, their clients, contractors and customers. Responsibilities for this position include: Inspection and assessment of customer requests for pruning or removals, securing clear rights-of-way for new line and pole construction, handling customer complaints related to scheduled pruning, or completed pruning…” Source: EnvironmentalCareer.com
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