Friday, September 15, 2017

Live at the Presidio in California



The Presidio Heritage Program is recruiting full-time interns to live and work in the Presidio of San Francisco for 1 year. We operate out of the Presidio Officers’ Club museum where we have award-winning exhibitions, weekly free lectures and music events, and educational programs for students and families. We are recruiting for an Education Intern who will teach cultural and environmental education programs to students throughout the Bay Area. Because this position is full-time and includes housing, it is perfect for recent graduates or students graduating in winter as the next start date is mid-January. If you have any alumni lists or students that you think might be a good fit for this position, we would appreciate you forwarding this email or passing along the links to the position description. Thank you so much for your time and have a wonderful day!



Here is the link to our internships: http://www.presidio.gov/volunteer/internships

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Internship with L'Oreal in Clark, NJ

Job opportunity with L'Oreal in Clark, NJ.  This is an internship, and can be used to fulfill your Experience-Based Education requirement:

Co-Op – US R & I Safety, Health and Environment
http://career.loreal.com/careers/JobDetail?jobId=41444

Monday, September 11, 2017

Jobs with IMPACT

I hope the school year is starting well. My name is Shorouk Elmahdy, and I’m the new Recruitment Director for Impact.

Impact is a team of organizers working on behalf of groups like Environment America and PIRG. Right now, we’re hiring Campaign Organizers to win concrete results for renewable energy, public health, consumer protection and our democracy. We are hiring staff to start in August 2018, as well as filling a few immediate openings.
Our early application deadline is September 15.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Job at Linden-Roselle Sewerage Authority



The Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority


LABORATORY TECHNICIAN


GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Performs chemical, physical and microbiological analyses on samples of industrial wastewater, plant influent, partially treated wastewater, sludge, effluent, stream water samples and other samples as required, according to Standard Methods. Operates and maintains instruments and equipment required for analytical work. Prepares chemical and microbiological media and test solutions used in the laboratory. Tabulates and performs statistical results of laboratory and field data. Performs and maintains records of QA/QC procedures. Performs custodial duties in laboratory including the washing of laboratory glassware. Performs related and other duties as assigned.


SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the direct supervision of the Laboratory Supervisor or his/her authorized representative.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

May supervise laboratory personnel of lesser qualifications if assigned to do so by the Laboratory Supervisor.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES

·        Performs chemical, physical and microbiological analyses as instructed by Laboratory Supervisor

·        Operates and maintains instruments and equipment for laboratory analyses.

·        Prepares chemical and microbiological media, stains, reagents and test solutions used in laboratory and field analyses.

·        Maintains records of laboratory and field analyses.

·        Tabulates and performs statistical results of laboratory and field data.

·        Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies required for laboratory analyses.

·        Performs custodial duties in laboratory.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

·        An Associates Degree in Biological, Chemical or Environmental Science and three (3) years experience as a Laboratory Assistant/ Technician or,

·        A  Bachelors Degree in Biological, Chemical or Environmental Science and one (1) year experience as a Laboratory Assistant/Technican.

·        Experience in laboratory analysis of water, wastewater and wastewater sludges is preferred.

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

·        Working knowledge of the laboratory practices, test techniques, equipment and terminology in the field wastewater analysis.

·        Ability to successfully carry out detailed oral and written instructions.

·        Ability to maintain concise laboratory records and prepare reports.

·        Be familiar with basic concepts of statistics.

·        Knowledge of Standard QA/QC Laboratory Procedures.

·        An interest in performing a wide variety of chemical analyses and general laboratory procedures.

·        Must be reliable, thorough, and dependable with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

·        Must be thoroughly safety conscious when performing duties.

·        Must receive directions well and be willing to learn.

·        Must be self- motivated.





Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Internship with NJ Conservation Foundation



2017 Internship Description

Position Title:  Land Conservation Intern

Company Description:
New Jersey Conservation Foundation is a nonprofit organization that preserves open space and farmland throughout New Jersey.  We do this by applying land acquisition skills to convince landowners to preserve properties, managing 27,000 acres of land, promoting advocacy and policy issues with state agencies  and the state legislature, engaging the public and other conservation organizations in educational activities, and efficiently managing a large conservation nonprofit. 

Job Description:  The intern will take part in a variety of projects, including but not limited to: 
·         assist with the development of a county open space plan
·         organize a statewide conference that will take place on March 2, 2018
·         outreach activities concerning the NJ Conservation Blueprint, a statewide, online mapping tool showing land conservation priorities statewide. 
·         organize educational workshops and roundtables of the Land Trust Network

The intern will have opportunities to engage in all the activities of the organization, including field work with the stewardship team, research for the policy team, and event assistance with the development department.    A general knowledge of environmental systems is helpful, but not required.  Interest in marketing, communications, social engagement, planning, environmental education, event planning is also useful. 

Commitment:  Position could be full-time (35 hours/week) or part-time (at least 20 hours/week).  Schedule is flexible and developed with the intern’s supervisor.  Opportunities to work “virtually” may be possible.   Position begins on September 5 and ends December 31.    

Number of openings: 1

Stipend:  $2,000 for 16 weeks (20 hours/week) or 10 weeks (30 hours/week)

Desired Majors:  Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, biology, ecology, public administration, environmental policy, recreation & parks, communications, marketing, planning, others.

Company Name:  New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Company Address:  170 Longview Road, Far Hills, NJ 07931
Company Website:  www.njconservation.org
Contact Name and Title:  Laura Szwak, Director, Education & Outreach
Laura@njconservation.org;  908-2997-0720