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Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
RANGELAND MONITORING TECHNICIAN, Nevada (04/25/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 06:16 PM
RANGELAND MONITORING TECHNICIAN: A Temporary, full-time position. Pay: $14 - $17/hour, DOE. Dates: May (or upon availability) – November 2010, potential for extension pending funding and perform.
Location: Great Basin Institute, Battle Mountain, Nevada.
Qual: Applicants should have a combination of educational and field experience related to the position of interest; an understanding of basic principles related to the fields of botany and/or soil science; knowledge of Great Basin ecology, preferable; ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units, required; ability to use a compass and read a topographical map; experience working with ArcGIS, desirable; possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license; ability to operate a 4WD vehicle on- and off-road; ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience; and successful applicant must be physically fit to work outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the rigors of the Great Basin in the summer, fall and/or early winter.
Duties: Battle Mountain, NV – located approximately 220 miles east of Reno and 300 west of Salt Lake City, UT – is a boom-and-bust mining town situated on the northern edge of the District’s land along Interstate 80. The Battle Mountain District Office is responsible for managing approximately 10.5 million acres; the Mount Lewis Field Office is responsible for approximately half of the total acreage. The District’s lands are typical of basin-and-range topography and Great Basin Desert habitat. The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Mount Lewis Field Office, is recruiting an experienced rangeland botanists and/or ecologists to conduct upland monitoring across public lands. The Rangeland Monitoring Technician will work cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary rangeland monitoring team. The overall objective is to complete utilization, use pattern mapping, ecological site inventory, vegetative cover, density, and production data for upcoming rangeland health evaluations. Monitoring data will also be utilized to determine the effectiveness of emergency stabilization and rehabilitation (ESR) seedings after a wildfire. Additionally, these data will be used to maintain, restore, and/or improve upland resource values to achieve a healthy and productive ecological condition. General duties include providing written documentation of data, conclusions, and recommendations to maintain and/or improve watershed and vegetative conditions; coordination with the public, interest groups, state and county agencies, and other federal land management offices to share information and knowledge necessary to effectively maintain and/or improve public land watersheds. Plant Identification - plant and plant community identification, including expertise on upland range plant taxonomy and ecology common throughout the Great Basin. Responsible for the identification of individual plants, describing existing and potential plant communities using soil survey information, interpreting vegetation, and successional sequences. Soil Identification - Has exposure to identification of soils, use of soil surveys, determine soils grouped into the site, identify landscape and soil factors, and determine existing or potential erosional factors. This information would be utilized to aid in determining site potential and evaluation of current conditions. Upland Monitoring Studies – Utilizing plant and soil identification skills, the monitoring technician will be responsible for conducting upland monitoring studies under established BLM protocol. Monitoring will consist of double-weight sampling, ecological site inventory, utilization, use pattern mapping, cover, and density techniques. Duties may also consist of conducting livestock compliance checks, which provide information on livestock placement and movement as it relates to annual authorized use. This information will be utilized to draw conclusions upon the effectiveness of grazing management on the public lands.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: Bridget Walden, Great Basin Institute HR Coordinator, Email: bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org Website: www.thegreatbasininstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/25/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
WILD HORSE & BURRO MONITORING TECHNICIAN, Nevada (04/25/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 06:10 PM
WILD HORSE & BURRO MONITORING TECHNICIAN: A Temporary, full-time position. Pay: $14 - $17/hour, DOE. Dates: May (upon availability) – November 2010, potential for extension pending funding and perform.
Location: Great Basin Institute, Battle Mountain, Nevada.
Qual: Applicants should have a combination of educational and field experience related to the position of interest (degree in Rangeland Management/Sciences, Wildlife, Ecology, Botany or other similar degree), including an understanding of basic principles related to the fields of botany, soil science, and/or livestock science; knowledge of Great Basin ecology, preferable; knowledge and ability to use various monitoring techniques to determine range vegetation and animal condition (e.g. utilization, nested frequency, rangeland health indicators, water availability/condition, wild horse body condition; knowledge and ability to identify rangeland vegetation and the functional aspects of rangeland ecology, riparian condition; and livestock and equine health); ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units, required; ability to use a compass and read a topographical map; experience working with ArcGIS, desirable (includes ability to analyze and display data using ArcMap); possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license and ability to operate a 4WD vehicle on- and off-road; ability to work independently and within a team environment; ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience; applicant should have good organizational skills, and successful applicant must be physically fit to work outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the rigors of the Great Basin in the summer, fall and/or early winter.
Duties: The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Mount Lewis Field Office, is recruiting one rangeland ecologist, wildlife biologist or botanist to conduct upland monitoring across the public lands. The Monitoring Technician will work cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary rangeland monitoring team. The overall objective is to collect and compile monitoring data within Wild Horse and Burro Herd Management Areas including but not limited to utilization, nested frequency, rangeland health indicators, water availability/condition, and wild horse or burro body condition. The Monitoring Technician may also be required to work as part of other monitoring teams collecting riparian or wildlife data or vegetation data for fire rehabilitation monitoring. General duties include planning for and completing monitoring within Wild Horse and Burro Herd Management Areas working either alone or in cooperation with the Mount Lewis Field Office Wild Horse and Burro Specialist or other staff member, including other Monitoring Technicians. Monitoring will require adherence to Bureau of Land Management Technical References, use of digital cameras, and detailed documentation of field observations. The incumbent will be responsible for compilation of data, labeling digital photos and analyzing and display of data using GIS (ArcMap). Wild Horse and Burro Monitoring – The Monitoring Technician will be responsible for documenting wild horse and burro body condition on the range under established BLM Protocol (Henneke Condition Scoring). The monitoring will also involve the documentation of animal presence and movement patterns, and habitat quality and quantity including rangeland health indicators and water availability/condition. The Technician may assist with collecting data for wild horse and burro NEPA documentation and assisting with gathers. Plant Identification - plant and plant community identification, including the ability to use vegetation identification keys to properly identify upland range plants common throughout the Great Basin. Responsible for the identification of individual plants, describing existing and potential plant communities using soil survey and ecological site description information. Soil Identification - Has exposure to identification of soils, and is able to use of soil surveys in order to determine soils grouped into the site, identify landscape and soil factors, and determine existing or potential erosional factors. This information would be utilized to aid in determining site potential and evaluation of current conditions. Upland Monitoring Studies – Utilizing plant and soil identification skills, the Monitoring Technician will be responsible for conducting upland monitoring studies under established BLM protocol. Monitoring could include but is not limited to Nested Frequency, Utilization, Use Pattern Mapping, Double-Weight Sampling (production), Ecological Site Inventory, Cover, and Density techniques.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: Bridget Walden, Great Basin Institute HR Coordinator, Email: bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org Website: www.thegreatbasininstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/25/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
WILDLIFE BIOLOGY MONITORING TECHNICIAN, Nevada (04/25/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 05:59 PM
WILDLIFE BIOLOGY MONITORING TECHNICIAN: A Temporary, full-time position. Pay: $14 - $17/hour, DOE. Dates: May (or upon availability) – November 2010, potential for extension pending funding and perform.
Location: Great Basin Institute, Bureau of Land Management, Battle Mountain, Nevada.
Qual: A combination of education related to the position of interest (degree in Rangeland Management/Sciences, Wildlife, Ecology, Botany or other similar degree). Some field experience is desirable. An understanding of basic principles related to the fields of wildlife, range management, botany, soil science, and/or livestock science. Knowledge of Great Basin ecology, preferable. Knowledge and ability to use various monitoring techniques to determine the presence of various wildlife species, range vegetation and animal condition (e.g. utilization, nested frequency, rangeland health indicators, water availability/condition, habitat condition). Knowledge and ability to identify rangeland vegetation and the functional aspects of wildlife ecology, riparian condition, and livestock and equine health. Ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units, required. Ability to use a compass and read a topographical map. Experience working with ArcGIS, desirable (including the ability to analyze and display data using ArcMap). Good organizational skills. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience. Ability to work independently and within a team environment. Ability to camp for multiple days, potentially alone. Successful applicant must be physically fit to work outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the rigors of the Great Basin in the summer, fall and/or early winter. Successful applicant will possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license and ability to operate a 4WD vehicle on- and off-road.
Duties: The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Mount Lewis Field Office, is recruiting a wildlife biologist to conduct habitat and wildlife monitoring across the public lands. The position will work cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary rangeland monitoring team under the direction of BLM wildlife biologists or other staff specialists. The primary objective of this position is to collect and compile monitoring data regarding wildlife habitat condition. The Technician may also be required to work as part of other monitoring teams collecting riparian or range data or vegetation data for fire rehabilitation monitoring. General duties include planning for and completing habitat monitoring within allotments or landscape-scale areas, working either alone or in cooperation with the Mount Lewis Field Office wildlife, range, riparian, or wild horse and burro specialists or other staff members, including other Monitoring Technicians. Monitoring will require adherence to BLM Technical References. The incumbent will also be responsible for compilation of data, labeling digital photos, and analyzing and displaying of data using GIS (ArcMap). Additional: Wildlife Monitoring – Document wildlife, riparian, and rangeland habitat condition, quality, and quantity on BLM lands using established BLM Protocols. Document animal presence and movement patterns. Plant Identification – Identify plant and tree species and plant communities, including using vegetation identification keys to properly identify upland range plants common throughout the Great Basin. Describe existing and potential plant communities using soil survey and ecological site description information. Soil Identification – Identify soils and use soil surveys to determine site potential. Identify landscape and soil factors contributing to existing or potential erosional conditions. Upland Monitoring Studies – Collect upland habitat data using various methods, including nested frequency, utilization, use pattern mapping, double-weight sampling (production), ecological site inventory, cover, and density techniques.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: Bridget Walden, Great Basin Institute HR Coordinator, Email: bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org Website: www.thegreatbasininstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/25/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR & DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT, Minnesota (05/03/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Saturday, April 10, 2010, 08:17 AM
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR & DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT: A Permanent, full-time position. Pay: $27,000-$32,000 annually plus benefits. Dates: Start mid-July.
Location: North House Folk School, Grand Marais, Minnesota.
Qual: Background in educational programming and nonprofits; demonstrated enthusiasm for traditional northern crafts; strong organizational abilities; experience with and enthusiasm for working with people of all ages; willingness to assist with varied projects; flexibility; creativity; confidence/significant experience utilizing computers; excellent oral and written communication skills; and a commitment to teamwork. Experience managing multi-leveled web sites, using InDesign/FrontPage/PhotoShop software and managing development programs & projects.
Duties: North House Folk School is a dynamic, young, educational nonprofit committed to teaching traditional northern crafts while fostering lifelong learning. The school’s curriculum emphasizes hands-on learning and includes courses ranging from timber framing to northern ecology, birch bark weaving to artisan bread baking. The North House campus is located in northeastern Minnesota on the shore of Lake Superior and includes two historic timbered workshops (formerly warehouses), two recently-built rustic timbered classroom buildings, a small house, and a 50’ gaff-rigged schooner. During a typical year, over 120 regional artisans and crafts-people are featured as instructors leading 350+ courses. In 2009, students arrived on campus from 36 states and three foreign countries. The staff team plays a central role in making North House’s mission a reality. While immersed in the fast-paced daily affairs of an educational nonprofit, every staff member has the opportunity to work with instructors, welcome and assist students, observe courses, enjoy the excitement of special events, attend to a wide range of duties, and much more. Support and participate in the mission/vision of the North House Folk School: “enriching lives and building community by teaching traditional northern crafts in a student-centered learning environment that inspires the hands, the heart and the mind.” The ideals of teamwork, dedication, responsibility, efficiency and creativity are central to the success of the organization. Specifics: Develop and distribute print communications to project North House’s mission and vision. Manage and utilize web-based resources to project the mission and facilitate involvement. Increase participation in courses, programs and events through effective outreach. Cooperatively manage ongoing development projects including the annual campaign. Increase North House’s visibility through regional and local press coverage. Coordinate trade show participation and off-campus visibility projects. Cooperate with other staff facilitating day-to-day operations of North House. The North House campus is an active and fast-paced setting. The position requires an ability to lift and carry 50 pounds, utilize hand and power tools, climb ladders, move around easily on the deck of a moving sailboat, and stand upright for a number of hours every day.
Appl: Request an information packet before applying. Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: North House Folk School, PO Box 759, Grand Marais, MN 55604. Ph: 218-387-9762, Email: info@northhouse.org Website: www.northhouse.org
Filing Date: 05/03/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
PROGRAM DIRECTOR & EVENTS MANAGER, Minnesota (05/03/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Saturday, April 10, 2010, 08:10 AM
PROGRAM DIRECTOR & EVENTS MANAGER: A Permanent, full-time position. Pay: Salaried: $27,000-$32,000 annually plus benefits. Start Date: Mid-July.
Location: North House Folk School, Grand Marais, Minnesota.
Qual: Background in educational programming and nonprofits; demonstrated enthusiasm for traditional northern crafts; strong organizational abilities; experience with and enthusiasm for working with people of all ages; willingness to assist with varied projects; flexibility; creativity; confidence/significant experience utilizing computers; excellent oral and written communication skills; and a commitment to teamwork. Experience scheduling programs, tracking/evaluating enrollment trends and collaborating with instructors.
Duties: North House Folk School is a dynamic, young, educational nonprofit committed to teaching traditional northern crafts while fostering lifelong learning. The school’s curriculum emphasizes hands-on learning and includes courses ranging from timber framing to northern ecology, birch bark weaving to artisan bread baking. The North House campus is located in northeastern Minnesota on the shore of Lake Superior and includes two historic timbered workshops (formerly warehouses), two recently-built rustic timbered classroom buildings, a small house, and a 50’ gaff-rigged schooner. During a typical year, over 120 regional artisans and crafts-people are featured as instructors leading 350+ courses. In 2009, students arrived on campus from 36 states and three foreign countries. The staff team plays a central role in making North House’s mission a reality. While immersed in the fast-paced daily affairs of an educational nonprofit, every staff member has the opportunity to work with instructors, welcome and assist students, observe courses, enjoy the excitement of special events, attend to a wide range of duties, and much more. Specifics: Support and participate in the mission/vision of the North House Folk School: “enriching lives and building community by teaching traditional northern crafts in a student-centered learning environment that inspires the hands, the heart and the mind.” The ideals of teamwork, dedication, responsibility, efficiency and creativity are central to the success of the organization. Manage the scheduling of year-round courses, programs and events. Cooperatively build working relationships with instructors. Develop and coordinate special events and thematic weekends. Build partnerships with schools, colleges and other groups. Insure the success of the daily sailing program by coordinating captains & scheduling. Enhance the relationship with the local community by coordinating an outreach plan. Cooperate with other staff facilitating day-to-day operations of North House. The North House campus is an active and fast-paced setting. The position requires an ability to lift and carry 50 pounds, utilize hand and power tools, climb ladders, move around easily on the deck of a moving sailboat, and stand upright for a number of hours every day.
Appl: Request an information packet before applying. Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: North House Folk School, PO Box 759, Grand Marais, MN 55604. Ph: 218-387-9762, Email: info@northhouse.org Website: www.northhouse.org
Filing Date: 05/03/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
VETERANS GREEN CORPS – SPRING MOUNTAINS TRAIL CREW, Nevada (04/25/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Tuesday, April 6, 2010, 06:15 PM
VETERANS GREEN CORPS – SPRING MOUNTAINS TRAIL CREW: Five (5) Temporary, full-time positions. Pay: $5,343 living stipend + $1,250 education award. Dates: May 17 – September 30, 2010.
Location: Great Basin Institute, Spring Mountains, Nevada.
Qual: Spend your summer working and camping outside at some of Southern Nevada’s premier natural areas. Serve alongside fellow military Veteran’s while making a lasting contribution to Nevada’s natural heritage. Gain valuable field experience while working on trail construction projects in the Spring Mountains National Recreation area. Affordable housing options are available.
Duties: To qualify, you must be over 18 years of age and a US citizen that has received a high school diploma or GED. This is an AmeriCorps position, and candidates will receive a living stipend of $5,343 for the summer. This is not an hourly wage or a salary and is paid to members bimonthly throughout the entire year. Upon completion of AmeriCorps service members shall receive an additional education award in the amount of $1,250 that can be used for paying off student loans, or paying tuition for a Title IV accredited college. Crew members serve in the field on both 4-day-on, 3-day off tours and 8-day-on, 6-day-off projects. Members will participate in orientation from May 17, 2010 to May 21, 2010, where they will receive training in trail building, leave-no-trace ethics, CPR/First Aid, and effective citizenship. Housing in United States Forest Service trailers will be available for an affordable cost ($175-200 per person per month). This will include access to laundry facilities and showers. Trailers are furnished with basic necessities including kitchens, beds, and restrooms/showers. Trailers are limited to 2 people per unit.
Appl: Go to website: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=35011 and click “Apply” then register.
Contact: Contact: Great Basin Institute, Elko, NV. Bridget Walden, Ph: 775-674-5496 Email: bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/25/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
TIMBER SALE PREP & TIMBER STAND IMPROVEMENT CREW MEMBER, California (04/16/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Tuesday, April 6, 2010, 06:09 PM
TIMBER SALE PREP & TIMBER STAND IMPROVEMENT CREW MEMBER: Five (5) Temporary, full-time positions. Pay: $10,600 - $12,190 living stipend + $2,362.50 education award. Dates: May 10 - November 24, 2010.
Location: Great Basin Institute, Meyers, California.
Qual: College degree or coursework in a natural resource program including dendrology, forest ecology, forest management or related field; Experience conducting forestry field work (e.g.: stand exams, timber cruising, boundary marking, etc.); Knowledge of general forestry measurement techniques (e.g.: DBH, species identification) and tools (e.g.: clinometers, compass, GPS units); Experience and ability to work around and/or operate power equipment, including chain saws, desirable; Prior experience cutting/felling trees, desirable; Knowledge of western forestry, including management principles, ecosystems and tree species; Ability to complete moderate physical project work; Clean, driving record and valid state-issued driver’s license. Applicant should be comfortable driving in heavy traffic, on narrow mountain roads on- and off-road; Ability to work productively as part of a team to accomplish mutual goals and communicate effectively; Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, work in all types of weather conditions, traverse uneven terrain, and otherwise maintain good physical condition; and Meet AmeriCorps eligibility requirements: U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status, and eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Education Award (limit of 2 in a lifetime, regardless of award amount).
Duties: The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU), is recruiting AmeriCorps members to serve as part of LTBMU’s Vegetation Management Program Timber Sale Prep Crew or Timber Stand Improvement Crew. Crew Members will perform regular and recurring procedural and technical tasks such as preparing maps and providing data for contract preparation, performing standardized timber cruising, and assisting in stand exam data collection work. Data are gathered from a variety of sources such as instrument readings (e.g.: Relaskop, diameter tape, compass, prism, clinometers, personal data recorders, and GPS data collecting devices), direct measurements (e.g.: limiting distances, tree diameter, tree height, species identification, timber stand typing, estimations of defect and quality, and determining ground fuel loading), field tests, observations, and on-site inspections during the field season. As well, crew members will select and mark individual trees for harvest using well defined marking guidelines and silvicultural prescriptions, inspection of fuels reduction and tree planting contracts, as well as well as identify stream zones. Training provided on tree species identification, GPS data collection, tree marking, and other project-specific tasks. Typical work schedule is Monday – Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: Great Basin Institute, Bridget Walden, Email: bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/16/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
CAMP COUNSELOR, Nevada (04/16/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Friday, April 2, 2010, 09:04 AM
CAMP COUNSELOR: Six (6) Temporary, full-time positions. Pay: $3,510 living stipend + $1,250 education award. Dates: June 7 – August 27, 2010.
Location: Great Basin Naturalists, Summer Program—Galena Creek Park, Reno, Nevada.
Qual: Outdoor school experience preferred; Strong communication and interpersonal skills; Background working with elementary aged children and/or in natural history; College degree preferred in education or the natural sciences, First aid & CPR certification preferred; Campfire skills (song leading, guitar, story telling) desirable; Enthusiasm! A first aid/CPR course will be offered June 5th & 6th on site, if you are not able to get these items completed before June 7th. Americorps Qualifications: To qualify, you must be at least 17 years of age and a US citizen that has received a high school diploma or GED (or be willing to achieve this before using education award).
Duties: Teach local ecology and activities to develop a sense of community and connection to the natural world at Galena Creek Regional Park. Lead activities to help campers to discover local animals, plants, birds, fish, rocks, and cultural history through hands-on games, hikes, guided activities, and special guests. Counselors will help campers to explore area parks, make friends, do “Learn & Serve” projects—like helping prevent wildfires—and still get time to watch the clouds go by! Each week will have a different theme, listed below. Campers ages 8-12 will be divided into groups of 12-15. Teach Monday – Friday for 10 weeks, plus upfront training.
Appl: Register at the Americorps website by clicking here: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=35833 and the click “Apply”.
Contact: Great Basin Institute, Bridget Walden, at bwalden@thegreatbasininstitute.org Website: www.TheGreatBasinInstitute.org
Filing Date: 04/16/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
FIELD TECHNICIAN, Indiana (05/01/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Thursday, April 1, 2010, 06:27 AM
FIELD TECHNICIAN: Three-four (3-4) Temporary, full-time positions. Pay: $8.50-$10/hour plus housing. Dates: May 10 - August 20, 2010.
Location: Purdue University, Morgan-Monroe and Yellowwood State Forests near Martinsville and Bloomington, Indiana.
Qual: College coursework in natural resources focused on forestry, botany, and/or environmental science. Knowledge of dendrology or plant taxonomy is required. Classwork or experience with forest measuration and inventory is helpful. Position requires a valid driver’s license and the ability and willingness to work outdoors in remote locations, rough terrain, and potentially inclement weather conditions. Current undergraduate students and recent B.S. graduates encouraged to apply.
Duties: These positions are to help carry out research on effects of silvicultural treatments on ecology of managed forests as part of the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment (HEE; http://www.purdue.edu/fnr/HEE/index.htm) and other projects in southern Indiana. Primary duties for the entire period will include overstory and understory vegetation sampling and some timber stand improvement (TSI) activities. Additional activities may include assisting the HEE general field crew in conducting aural bird surveys, small-mammal trapping, and insect surveys. All positions require strong hardwood tree identification skills, one position will be devoted to sampling the understory plant community. Individuals with documented and demonstrated, strong understory plant identification skills will qualify for up to a $2/hour bonus.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter (include a statement or list of pertinent coursework and experience), and 3 references to
Contact: Purdue University, Harwood Silviculture Department of Forestry, 715 W. State Street, PFEN 221C, West LaFayette, IN 47907. Ph: 765-494-2155, Fax: 765-494-9461, Email: msaunder@purdue.edu
Filing Date: 05/01/10.
Bill Oakes,
 The Job Seeker
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR, Alabama (04/27/10)
by Bill @ The Job Seeker - Friday, March 26, 2010, 11:14 AM
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR: Five (5) Temporary, full-time positions. Pay: $250/week plus room, board and a sense of well-being. Dates: August – December 2010 and February – May 2011.
Location: McDowell Environmental Center, Nauvoo, Alabama.

Qual: Demonstrate a respect and affinity for children and a desire to help them learn and grow in an outdoor environment. Enthusiasm, maturity, initiative, sense of humor, flexibility and team spirit. Familiarity with the outdoors and environmental issues. College degree. Certifications in CPR and First Aid. All employees undergo a background check.
Duties: Hike it, Live it, Teach it at Camp McDowell! McDowell Environmental Center provides hands-on, outdoor environmental education classes to school groups, grades 4-8. The Center's mission is: To connect people to the environment, teach respect for the Earth and its beings and promote a commitment to lifelong learning. Share our 1,000+ acres of secluded forests, streams, waterfalls and canyons in northwest Alabama with groups of 12 students. Work with the students to foster in them a sense of community as well as an appreciation, understanding and responsibility for the environment. The students, mostly grades 4 - 8, come from a variety of backgrounds and visit out Center for 1, 3, or 5 day programs. Teach hands-on classes in and about the out-of-doors, i.e., forest ecology, pond & stream, earth science, insects, water quality, map & compass, wildlife, Native American history, canoeing, low and high ropes. Adapt the established lesson plans to match your teaching style and strengths. Assist with program development. Lead recreation and evening programs twice a week, i.e., fishing, field games, arts & crafts, campfire program, astronomy, night hike, live animals.
Appl: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to
Contact: Maggie Johnston, Director, McDowell Environmental Center, 105 Delong Road, Nauvoo, AL 35578. Ph: 205-387-1806, Fax: 205-221-3454, Email: maggie@campmcdowell.com Website: www.campmcdowell.com/cmec
Filing Date: 05/31/10.

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