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CONTENTS:
Employment opportunities
Ocean Co. Master Gardener/Horticulturist position
Summer Camp Teacher Position
NJF&W Environmental Education Employment - Part-time
PT Outdoor Program Instructors for Camp Bernie in Port Murray, NJ
Job Opening in Science and Math Teaching Fellowship Program
Tenafly Nature Center Announcement
Open positions at New Jersey Audubon Society
Outreach Position in Maryland
Part-time Seasonal Naturalist, Tulpehaking Nature Center
TEACHER-NATURALIST INTERN
Part-time Job Opportunity
Sea Grant funded focus group study needs participants
Question about sustainability education
Environmental Science Education & Career Resource
Environmental Job Portal: "Sustainable Careers"
Environmental Jobs in NJ
Online resource guide for environmental science degree programs
STEM: Good Jobs Now and For the Future
Sustainability related degree programs
NJDEP Employment Opportunities
GreenBiz.com
NJ Next Stop...Your Career: Green Jobs
NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development: Occupation Explorer
NAAEE Partnering with FWS on Promoting EE Career Opportunities
Green Careers Resource Guide
Careers in Natural Resources
www.greatgreencareers.com
Interested in Being a Book Reviewer?
NAAEE Jobs Service Continues to Grow
Teacher to Ranger to Teacher Program
Student Opportunities Web Site
GreenJobsReady.com
Action Guide to Outdoor/Environmental Careers
Environmental Careers/Jobs
Environmental Careers, Green Jobs
EnvironmentalCareer.com
Environmental Job Listings
Environmental Career Opportunities
NAAEE EE Jobs Listings
Employment opportunities             (Posted: 1-29-15)

The YMCA of Burlington & Camden counties is looking for candidates to fill a few positions. If you know someone looking for part-time employment please be so kind and forward the following attachments and have the candidate email me, list you has a referral as well as the position of interest. Would you also make announcements to your social networks, community groups, church and friends. Please feel free to print and post on your announcement board.

We will hold interviews at the United Way building: 196 Newton Ave Camden NJ on Thursday January 29th, February 3rd & February 10th from 11am to 1230pm. We will also be accepting applications on February 2nd at Camden County College 200 N Broadway, Camden NJ, on the 2nd floor lounge area at 10am to 3pm. Please direct all potential candidates to email me at patriciag@ymca-bc.org to completes an application and schedule an interview.

Patricia Gacutan
Director of Public Health Programs
YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties
196 Newton Ave., Camden, NJ 08103
O: 856.231.9622 ext: 240
C: 609.346.0826
F: 856.963.2752
patriciag@ymca-bc.org | ymca-bc.org

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WEB (Watershed Education on Bicycles), Camden, NJ

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties is hiring part-time WEB Instructors for its growing afterschool cycling program. WEB (Watershed Education on Bicycles) is a groundbreaking inner-city program that gets youth active, and teaches youth how to safely ride an urban, suburban and trail environment, while also focusing on watershed and environmental education. The instructor will lead, and partner with other organizations to implement, watershed and environmental activities during the rides

Bicycles allow students to get out of the classroom and offers hands-on experiential learning opportunities in the community.

We are hiring for two different positions:
The WEB Program Instructor will facilitate our WEB Program with one to two Camden City afterschool programs. The instructor will lead a class of 6-15 students in grades 5-8, on program owned bicycles in the streets of Camden, NJ and surrounding communities. Each school will have the WEB program after school (approximately 3-5 pm), two-four days per week, from late March 2015 to late May, 2015. The program will most likely be continuing into the summer, therefore additional hours will likely be an option.

Responsibilities
" Implement the WEB Program at one-two sites. Teach participants
o Basic bicycle safety and maintenance;
o Watershed and environmental education;
" Monitor and evaluate students physical performance;
" Establish relationships with local partners to help support and implement environmental/watershed education for WEB Program participants;

The Watershed Education Instructor (without the bicycling)
In addition to our WEB program in Camden City, the YMCA will provide watershed education to six primetime afterschool sites, located along the Delaware River. They will be responsible for providing watershed curriculum without the cycling component.

Responsibilities
" Implement the WEB Program at one-two sites. Teach participants
o Watershed and environmental education;
o Establish relationships with local partners to help support and implement environmental/watershed education for WEB Program participants;

Qualifications
" High school diploma or equivalent required, some college preferred;
" Must own a dependable, sturdy bicycle and helmet and be willing to travel to Camden City NJ; (WEB instructor only)
" Have a basic knowledge of bicycle mechanics; (WEB instructor only)
" Have a complete knowledge of the automobile and bicycle rules of the road; (WEB instructor only)
" Have a strong knowledge of Camden, it's neighborhoods and surrounding communities, especially bike paths, bike lanes and parks; (WEB instructor only)
" Be able to ride a bicycle at 8-12 MPH for two or more hours; (WEB instructor only)
" Experience or interest with environmental sustainability/watershed education (BOTH positions)
" Strong classroom management, conflict resolution and oral communication skills; (BOTH positions)
" Ability to complete tasks independently (BOTH positions)

**Upon hiring, the person will be required to take a training session on a Saturday, which will be provided by the YMCA. This session follows the League of American Bicyclists TS 101 course and may be used as the prerequisite to becoming a League Certified Instructor.

Compensation
" $10-$12/hour depending upon experience
" Free membership to YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties ($684 value)
" Retirement Plan and vacation allowance available for eligible employees (priceless!)
We offer an exciting and innovative work environment with a organizational culture committed to serving all members of our community. If you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please email your resume with to Liz Bishop, Program Director at elizabethb@ymca-bc.org and reference "WEB Program Instructor" in the title.

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Park Counselor (Camden, NJ)

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties is seeking a qualified individual for a part time position that will be responsible for aiding in the smooth operation of the Park program in Camden City.

Responsibilities
" Included but are not limited to the following: Program implementation in accordance with YMCA Standards; leading a group of 10-20 participating children (ages 4-16) in activities ensuring physical and emotional safety, parent relations and communication; positive relations with community and families.

Qualifications
" Must have basic knowledge of child development and positive discipline techniques as well as ability to facilitate child-centered activities including but not limited to: active games, basic nutrition education, social learning, character education, and physical education.
" Must be highly organized and posses excellent communication and interpersonal skills to maintain a trusting relationship with children, parents, community partners and Y staff.
" Must be available Mon-Fri, 3:30-6:30 pm (March-June; September-October) Mon-Fri 1-6 (July -August)
" Must be a minimum of 18 years of age and have an interest in an outdoor environment implementing physical activities.
" High school diploma or GED
" Must have at least 1-2 years experience working with children.

Compensation
" $9.00-$10.00 per hour
" Free membership to YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties ($684 value)
" Retirement Plan and vacation allowance available for eligible employees (priceless!)

We offer an exciting and innovative work environment with a organizational culture committed to serving all members of our community. If you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please email your resume with "Park Counselor", Job Code: LB" in the subject line. You may also complete an employment application and check "Sports/Recreation" and "Camden Office" and Job Code: LB" in the "Other" box.
For consideration, drop off your resume or fill out an application at United Way Office at 196 Newton Avenue, Camden or email ymcajobs@ymca-bc.org. Include the words "Park Counselor, LB" in the subject line.

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WEB (Watershed Education on Bicycles Coordinator (Camden, NJ)

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties is seeking a qualified individual for a part time position that will be responsible for aiding in the smooth operation of the WEB (Watershed Education on Bicycles) program in Camden City and at afterschool sites in Burlington and Camden County.

WEB (Watershed Education on Bicycles) is a groundbreaking inner-city program that gets youth active, and teaches youth how to safely ride an urban, suburban and trail environment, while also focusing on watershed and environmental education. The instructor will lead, and partner with other organizations to implement, watershed and environmental activities during the rides

Responsibilities
" Coordinate and manage the planning, implementation and supervision of daily activities for small and large groups of students.
" Create and supervise a daily schedule for sites that includes all necessary daily curriculums and activities
" Establish and maintain relationships with community stakeholders
" Responsible for disciplining children in a positive, constructive, and appropriate manner in accordance with the Behavior Management Guidelines
" Compile, track and report attendance rosters as needed.
" Responsible for data collection for all grant reporting
" Ensure maintenance of complete and accurate attendance, health, accident/incident reports. Return completed records to the YMCA Program Director in a timely manner.
" Maintain a positive relationship with all children, fellow staff and families by greeting all program participants and their parent/guardian as well as establishing a positive work environment for staff.
" Lead staff meetings and assist with job performance reviews
" Coordinate all program daily operations.
" Obey YMCA Code of Conduct.
" Lead the planning and coordination of activities and events for parks.
" Model the Core Values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
" Ensure staff compliance to a professional image at all times including personal appearance (uniform, grooming, etc.).
" Perform proper supervision of staff and children.
" Follow up and correct any reported unsafe and unsatisfactory conditions, any unusual comments or complaints by children, parents, or staff to the Program Director.
" Create and communicate proper emergency procedures specific to the sites.
" Responsible for knowing all information included in the Staff Handbook and knowing the proper procedures listed and following these procedures.
" All other duties to be assigned.

Qualifications
" Must be available Mon-Fri, 2:30-6:30 pm (March-June; September-October) Mon-Fri 12-6 (July -August), or as needed
" Must be a minimum of 18 years of age and have an interest in an outdoor environment implementing physical activities.
" Must have basic knowledge of child development and positive discipline techniques as well as ability to facilitate child-centered activities including but not limited to: active games, basic nutrition education, social learning, character education, and physical education.
" Must be highly organized and posses excellent computer, communication and interpersonal skills to maintain a trusting relationship with children, parents, community partners and Y staff.
" College degree preferred.
" Must have at least 1-2 years experience working with children.

Compensation
" $13.00-$16.00 per hour
" Free membership to YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties ($684 value)
" Retirement Plan and vacation allowance available for eligible employees (priceless!)

We offer an exciting and innovative work environment with a organizational culture committed to serving all members of our community. If you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please email your resume with "WEB Coordinator", Job Code: LB" in the subject line. You may also complete an employment application and check "Sports/Recreation" and "Camden Office" and Job Code: LB" in the "Other" box. Mail your application to:

YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties
United Way Building
196 Newton Ave.
Camden, NJ 08103

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Soccer for Success Afterschool Coach - Camden, NJ

The YMCA of Burlington & Camden Counties is seeking part-time Soccer Coaches to instruct our U.S. Soccer grant funded Soccer for Success program in elementary and middle schools in the City of Camden. Coaches will follow the Soccer for Success curriculum to engage children in physical activity while providing education about nutrition and healthy living initiatives at designated school sites. The program is designed for participants to engage in 90 minutes of physical activity, 3 days a week, that will include practicing and game activities centered on the sport of soccer. The spring session is designated for March through June 2015. Training for the program will begin in late February.

Responsibilities
" Coaches will be responsible to setup/breakdown equipment, instruct activities and supervise games for elementary and middle school students
" Monitor and maintain a safe environment and mentor children about sportsmanship and goal setting
" Foster a non-competitive atmosphere with an emphasis on being active and healthy
" Responsible for recording data on participants to include: attendance, BMI, physical endurance test, and lifestyle surveys
" Maintain a structured environment for participants and incorporate the curriculum into all sessions on a consistent basis
" maintain relationships with the schools staff, students, parents and community members
" Coach and perform basic soccer skills for participants
" Attend weekly training on program curriculum

Qualifications
" Must be available at least 3 days a week- 2:30pm thru 6:30pm
" Must be dependable, outgoing, creative and flexible
" At least eighteen (18) years old, high school graduate and/or college student or enrolled in an institution of higher learning
" Experience or interest working with school aged children preferred

Compensation
" $9-$10 per hour depending upon experience
" Free membership to YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties ($684 value)
" Retirement Plan and vacation allowance available for eligible employees (priceless!)
We offer an exciting and innovative work environment with an organizational culture committed to serving all members of our community. If you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please email your resume with "After School Coach", Job Code: LB" in the subject line. You may also complete an employment application and check "Sports/Recreation" and "Camden Office" and Job Code: LB" in the "Other" box.

Ocean Co. Master Gardener/Horticulturist position             (Posted: 1-29-15)

HORTICULTURIST POSITION

EXAMPLES OF WORK
Provide technical assistance to citizens of Ocean County on relevant horticulture inquiries, whether by phone or direct contact. Diagnose and identify insects (including ticks) and plant disorders on submitted samples. Write educational articles on home horticulture for the media and handouts. Provide recommendations for soil test reports.

Manages the Rutgers Master Gardener volunteers, a program with 130 volunteers. Handles the coordination and training of the Master Gardener Program, including the yearly Master Gardener Training Class and, Graduation/Awards Program.

Reviews handouts and updates as needed. Reviews ticks of medical importance and updates volunteers and handouts. Assist in ongoing research and demonstration projects through Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County if applicable.

Assist with budget information, annual report and Master Gardener annual report.

Update information for the RCE of OC Agriculture web page.

EDUCATION REQUIRED - Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture, Forestry, Botany, Agriculture, Biological Sciences, or Agronomy

ANNUAL SALARY $30,000 - EARN VACATION, SICK, PERSONAL TIME
SCHEDULE: Monday - Thursday 9AM-3:30PM, Friday - 9AM-2:30PM
NO HEALTH BENEFITS PACKAGE AVAILABLE

For further information, Contact: Mary Ann (732)349-3424 or email: mdreikorn@co.ocean.nj.us

Summer Camp Teacher Position             (Posted: 1-29-15)

SUMMER CAMP TEACHER/NATURALIST (Full-time, Seasonal)

- June 24 - August 21, 2015 - Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 4:30 PM

- Based at various sites in the Morris County Park Commission:
o Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center in Chatham
o Pyramid Mt. Natural Historic Area in Montville
o Elizabeth Kay Environmental Center in Chester

- Duties include:
o Lead week-long sessions of "Adventures in Nature" Day Camp for grades K - 5. This includes all aspects of programming including set up, supervision, clean up, inventory, evaluation, and follow up.
o Work effectively with parents of campers, projecting a knowledgeable, confident, and positive image.
o Provide fun, educational, and safe experiences for up to 16 children at a time with assistance from 2 part-time staff.
o Supervise teen volunteers.
o Assist with enhancing current curriculum and developing new lessons on various natural history themes.

- Requirements:
o Degree in Natural Sciences, Education, or related field preferred. At least one year experience in presenting educational programs to children required.
o Knowledge of and passion for the natural world.
o Enthusiastic, outgoing, patient, and flexible when working with children and adults.
o Ability to work both independently and on a team with minimal supervision.
o Willingness to work outdoors in variable weather conditions and to lead hikes on variable terrain, including rocky and hilly trails.
o Comfortable handling or learning to handle reptiles and invertebrates (training provided).
o Certification in First Aid and CPR or ability to obtain certification prior to start date
o Valid Driver's license and personal transportation.
o 3 professional references.

- Starting salary: $13.75/hr.
- Appllication deadline: March 15, 2015
- EOE/ M-F

For further information or to send resume:
Jenny Gaus-Myers
Superintendent of Environmental Education
Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center
247 Southern Boulevard
Chatham, NJ 07928
973-635-6629 (phone)
973-656-2475 (fax)
jgaus@morrisparks.net

NJF&W Environmental Education Employment - Part-time             (Posted: 1-22-15)

Click HERE.

PT Outdoor Program Instructors for Camp Bernie in Port Murray, NJ             (Posted: 1-14-15)

Program Instructors
Part Time

YMCA Camp Bernie in Port Murray, NJ is seeking energetic and engaging individuals for Program Instructor positions starting in Spring, 2015. The ideal candidates must love the outdoors; enjoy working with children and adults; and have a strong appreciation for, and understanding of, our natural environment. Under the supervision of the Outdoor Education and Groups Coordinator, you will provide quality customer service to all guests; represent the YMCA's Core Values of Honesty, Caring, Responsibility, and Respect; and provide high-quality programming to all participants.

Responsibilities:
* Develop lesson plans based on provided curriculum and training to teach and lead outdoor activities.
* Use positive techniques and re-direction to guide participants through all activities while creating a fun and engaging learning environment.
* Maintain program areas and communicate supply needs to appropriate supervisors.
* Work non-traditional hours in the outdoors to meet the needs of guests.

Qualifications:
* Must be at least 18 years old.
* Bachelor's degree, or in-progress education, highly preferred. Experience in the field will be considered in lieu of degree.
* Prior work, volunteer, or educational experience in environmental studies, education, camping or recreation a plus.
* Visual and auditory abilities required to observe participants at activities, apply appropriate policies/procedures, enforce safety regulations, and respond quickly to critical incidents and emergencies.
* Must be able to stand, walk, hike, and climb for extended periods of time and lift up to 25 lbs.
* Certification in CPR, First Aid, Archery, and/or Lifeguarding is strongly preferred.

If you can represent the YMCA's Core Values and would LOVE working outdoors teaching nature, hiking, climbing/ropes activities, boating, archery, survival, team building and crafts to kids, we'd like to talk to you!

Compensation:
Working up to 29 hours per week, salary is commensurate with education and experience. Shared housing is provided and meals are provided when groups are on-site. Positions are from mid-March through mid-June, with opportunities to continue employment through the summer season.

Camp Bernie is a branch of the Ridgewood YMCA and an equal opportunity employer. Please email your resume to: dbarbieri@ridgewoodymca.org.

Job Opening in Science and Math Teaching Fellowship Program             (Posted: 1-5-15)

Program Officer, Teacher Development
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
Click HERE and HERE for full info.

Tenafly Nature Center Announcement             (Posted: 1-5-15)

Employment Opportunities:

Environmental Educator S (Seasonal)
Tenafly Nature Center seeks 2-3 seasonal Environmental Educators who will be responsible for all aspects of our summer camp program and other summer education department needs. Seasonal educators are responsible for implementing and helping to develop a dynamic, high quality environmental education summer camp curriculum on and off-site, for 10 -12 weeks between the end of June and Labor Day (Monday -Friday; 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) for a variety of age levels. Programs include on-site camp days and off-site field trips. Curriculum is hands-on and geared toward helping children and adults to develop awareness, appreciation and stewardship for the natural world.

Public Relations Internship
The Tenafly Nature Center is seeking college student interns who are in their junior or senior year and studying Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or related fields. Interns will be responsible for interacting with all TNC staff, trustees, members, volunteers and the general public. He or she will support an active office and extensive education curriculum by researching and drafting press releases, talking points, newsletter profiles, Facebook status updates and other PR-related copy; proofing and editing copy; and performing other PR-related assignments. Interns will work closely with the Communications Assistant while learning valuable skills needed in the public relations workforce. Excellent writing and public speaking skills are a plus.

View the full position descriptions here: http://tenaflynaturecenter.org/Employment-Opportunities

Open positions at New Jersey Audubon Society             (Posted: 12-26-14)

Click HERE.

Outreach Position in Maryland             (Posted: 12-26-14)

The Potomac Conservancy has an exciting new job opportunity open in Maryland. Please feel free to apply yourself or share it with somebody who might be interested.

The job title is Advocacy & Outreach Manager, and the role is to engage grassroots audiences to drive local change and conservation impacts. The Advocacy & Outreach Manager will design and implement recreation activities and community conservation programs that connect volunteers to their local waterways and inspire stewardship values.

To get the rest of the details, click HERE.

Part-time Seasonal Naturalist, Tulpehaking Nature Center             (Posted: 11-24-14)

To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Kelly Rypkema, Nature Center Manager, Mercer County Park Commission, 197 Blackwell Road, Pennington, NJ 08534 or via email to krypkema@mercercounty.org.
Deadline for applications December 10, 2014.

General Statement of Work:
The Mercer County Park Commission seeks a Seasonal Naturalist to help lead programs at its new Tulpehaking Nature Center. The nature center is the main educational base for the Abbott Marshlands, a naturally and historically important area south of Trenton containing 3000 acres of forest and tidal freshwater wetlands, 19 miles of hiking and kayaking trails, and one of the most significant American Indian archaeological sites in the Middle Atlantic region.
The main duty of the Seasonal Naturalist is to develop and teach engaging environmental education programs to children and families, specifically school field trips, preschool programs, after school programs, scout badge programs and nature camps. This position will also assist the County Naturalist and Nature Center Manager as needed, including but limited to: supervising interns, staffing information tables at fairs/festivals, monitoring supplies and equipment, coordinating community and volunteer events and trail monitoring. Some nights and weekend hours required.
Qualified Seasonal Naturalists must have a bachelor's degree in biological sciences, education or related field and previous teaching experience. Seasonal Naturalists must also possess effective communications skills, have knowledge of local flora and fauna, and supervising skills.
Wage: $11.00/hour, maximum of 25 hours per week.

Responsibilities:
" Create and lead nature center programs for a variety of audiences, including: families, preschool, elementary-aged and middle school children.
" Serve as the first point of contact for visitors, monitoring the front desk as needed, answering questions and communicating with the public about upcoming programs.
" Provide care and maintenance of teaching animals.
" Assist in development of interpretive materials; including signage, pamphlets, and social media updates.
" Assist with occasional trail work/maintenance or native garden maintenance.
" Assist the Nature Center Manager on other tasks as needed.

Qualifications:
" Four year degree in natural resources, biology, education, history, archaeology or related field of study.
" An interest in nature and history, and a desire to share that with the public
" Previous experience teaching a variety of children, grades K - 12
" Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
" Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher
" Motivated, organized and creative
" Ability and willingness to learn new concepts, information and skills
" Open to working some weekends and evenings
" Be able to traverse rough terrain and be comfortable working outdoors in a variety of weather conditions

Mercer County is an EOE/AA/ADA Employer.

TEACHER-NATURALIST INTERN             (Posted: 11-13-14)

9 Month PAID Position

The Stony Brook - Millstone Watershed Association is seeking two enthusiastic, creative and motivated people to embark on a rewarding journey as a Teacher-Naturalist Intern in the Education Department. The internship provides training and experience in a wide array of environmental education activities. SBMWA maintains a 930-acre Nature Reserve in Hopewell Township, New Jersey which includes field and forest, a pond and a portion of the Stony Brook. The Education Interns will work in the new LEED-platinum Environmental Center, which includes exhibit halls, classrooms and a laboratory. Internship includes on-site housing in a private apartment on the Nature Reserve. Two paid positions are available.

Dates of Responsibility/Compensation: March 3 . December 12, 2015
41 weeks, 5 days per week, Tuesday through Saturday
9 AM-5 PM, some occasional Mondays and evenings
$12,000 stipend plus housing

Job Responsibilities:
. Assist Education Team in planning and implementation of an array of hands-on, outdoor environmental education programs including weekly preschool and afterschool classes, weekend programs for families and adults, school field trips, scout badge workshops and birthday parties
. Assist Summer Camp Team in planning and delivery of Watershed Nature Camp 2015
. Create ecology and environmental exhibits
. Assist with animal care for small collection
. Maintain a naturalist journal
. Create a final intern project
. Create a personal environmental education portfolio documenting internship activities and including, but not limited to, self-designed lesson plans, self-created nature displays, final intern project, testimonials from students and teachers
. Perform other duties as requested to maintain departmental and organizational continuity

Qualifications:
. Academic background (college course work and/or degree preferable) in ecology, education, environmental studies, or related field
. Previous experience working with children, preferably in an outdoor setting
. Strong interest and enthusiasm for the outdoors and sharing nature and the environment with others
. Good communication skills with children and adults
. Willingness to learn and participate in various aspects of departmental work
. Ability to work/teach outdoors in all weather conditions
. Current certification in Standard First Aid/CPR required
. Minimum age of 21
. Valid driverfs license highly desirable

Posting will remain active until both candidates are hired. Electronic submissions preferred. Qualified candidates should submit cover letter, resume and any letters of recommendation to the attention of:
Maryann Polefka, Education Manager
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association
31 Titus Mill Road
Pennington, NJ 08534
609-737-7592 Phone
609-737-3075 FAX
mpolefka@thewatershed.org

Part-time Job Opportunity             (Posted: 11-5-14)

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife Bureau of Freshwater Fisheries is hiring a part-time, seasonal employee to provide clerical support to professional staff at its office in Hunterdon County. The position is for 2-3 days per week.

For more information see the job announcement HERE.

Sea Grant funded focus group study needs participants             (Posted: 10-21-14)

Click HERE.

Question about sustainability education             (Posted: 11-5-14)

We just put the finishing touches on a new website focused on sustainability education and careers - SustainabilityDegrees.com. While there's certainly a growing interest in the field, there aren't many resources available for students exploring sustainability education. Here are a few sections of the site we're particularly proud of:

- An overview of careers in sustainability, including a salary calculator that factors in position and location (city & state) http://www.sustainabilitydegrees.com/careers/

- A comprehensive list of colleges that offer programs in sustainability-related fields (over 1,000 programs and growing!) http://www.sustainabilitydegrees.com/degrees/

- A college student action guide with over 10,000 words on building sustainability campaigns on campus, finding funding, and reaching goals http://www.sustainabilitydegrees.com/the-ultimate-how-to-guide-for-students/

Environmental Science Education & Career Resource             (Posted: 10-21-14)

Click HERE.

Environmental Job Portal: "Sustainable Careers"             (Posted: 11-27-13)

Click HERE.

Environmental Jobs in NJ             (Posted: 7-10-12)

Click HERE.

Career Planning Resources from the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment             (Posted: 7-2-12)

Click HERE.

Online resource guide for environmental science degree programs             (Posted: 6-1-12)

Click HERE.

STEM: Good Jobs Now and For the Future             (Posted: 12-20-11)

Click HERE.

Sustainability related degree programs             (Posted: 12-20-11)

Online tool to search for programs and degrees in sustainability sciences:
Click HERE.

NJDEP Employment Opportunities             (Posted: 9-6-11)

Click HERE.

GreenBiz.com             (Posted: 3-2-11)

GreenBiz.com has a green jobs and career center with full time professional, contract, and internship level positions in solar and renewable energy, cleantech, green building, sustainable businesses and socially responsible organizations, and more.
Click HERE.

NJ Next Stop...Your Career: Green Jobs             (Posted: 10-18-10)

Click HERE.

NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development: Occupation Explorer             (Posted: 10-18-10)

Click HERE.

NAAEE Partnering with FWS on Promoting EE Career Opportunities             (Posted: 9-23-10)

NAAEE is working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) on the Youth in the Great Outdoors (YGO) project to promote career opportunities by providing opportunities for mentoring and career workshops at the annual conference.

YGO is a FWS initiative to "engage, educate, and employ youth from all walks of life to care about our lands, waters, wildlife, culture, and heritage."

http://www.doi.gov/whatwedo/youth/

Green Careers Resource Guide             (Posted: 9-11-09)

Green Careers Resource Guide
By Jim Cassio

This e-book on green and environmental careers began life as one of my research bibliographies. By 2007 it had evolved into a handout for the International Career Development Conference, and now it continues to evolve as a living e-book publication with several updates per year.

The resource guide answers basic green career questions such as: What is a green job? What is sustainability? Where are the green jobs? What occupations can lead to green jobs? What are the best online resources for people who want a green job or career? Includes links to hundreds of industry and occupation-specific resources as well as descriptions of all major green niche employment websites.

198 Willow Creek Drive, Folsom, CA, 95630
www.cassio.com

Careers in Natural Resources             (Posted: 8-18-09)

Click HERE.

www.greatgreencareers.com             (Posted: 8-18-09)

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NAAEE Jobs Service Continues to Grow             (Posted: 6-16-08)

The NAAEE EE-Link Web site (eelink.net) offers thousands of resources in hundreds of categories for people seeking information about the environment, including a growing jobs service and weekly report! The EE Jobs Report is sent to over 1200 subscribers every Monday morning and lists the newest jobs added during that week. Subscribe by sending an email to jobs-report-subscribe@naaee.org
Learn more: http://eelink.net/cgi-bin/ee-link/newclick/7652095

Teacher to Ranger to Teacher Program             (Posted: 4-9-08)

National Parks Service program provides opportunities for teachers from schools with diverse student populations to have well-rounded work experiences in national parks. Selected teachers spend the summer working as park rangers and develop lesson plans based on their experience for use in the classroom.
http://eelink.net/cgi-bin/ee-link/newclick/5781220

GreenJobsReady.com             (Posted: 5-18-10)

GreenJobsReady.com is an online informative portal offering the latest news views and resources on breakthrough green jobs training programs in the Renewable Energy world.
www.GreenJobsReady.com
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Action Guide to Outdoor/Environmental Careers

www.princeton.edu/~oa/jobs/careeroe.html

Environmental Careers/Jobs

www.enviroeducation.com/careers-jobs/

Environmental Careers, Green Jobs

www.ecobusinesslinks.com/environmental_jobs.htm

EnvironmentalCareer.com

www.environmentalcareer.com/

Environmental Job Listings

www.ecoemploy.com/jobs/

Environmental Career Opportunities

www.ecojobs.com/index.php

NAAEE EE Jobs Listings

To view job postings, visit: http://eelink.net/eejobsdatabase.html