Current Employment Opportunities
|Position / Organization||Assistant Professor in Human-Environment Interactions|
|Job Description||Florida Atlantic University Department of Geosciences|
|Qualifications||A PhD in Geography, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, or a related field at time of appointment. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong potential for generating a sustained extramural funding base for research. Applicants should have research and teaching expertise with a specific focus on one or more of the following: sustainability science, hazards and vulnerabilities; global environmental change; and human interactions in coastal environments. The successful candidate will have the experience and expertise to contribute to the university's visibility in environmental social science.|
Teaching and advising at both the undergraduate and graduate (PhD & MS) levels will be expected
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At the link reference the HEI Assistant Professorposition (01003326). The application should include 1) A cover letter summarizing interest and qualifications 2) Separate, detailed statements of research and teaching profiles 3) A curriculum vitae 4) A list of three professional reference 5) Scanned full academic transcripts. Questions regarding this position may be addressed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Colin Polsky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Review of applications begins on September, 25, 2016 and will continue until position is filled.
|Position/Organization||Nebraska Game and Parks Commission - Conservation Officer - Law Enforcement Division|
Enforce game, fishing, boating and park laws and regulations and other criminal and traffic laws as required to fulfill the responsibilities of a state peace officer. Patrol assigned territory and investigate complaints and information received pertaining to possible violations, wildlife depredations, fish kills, stream pollution, etc. by utilizing assigned patrol vegicles, boats and other patrol techniques. Prosecute boating under the influence cases, investigate boat accidents and promote boating safety / education. Prepare other state cases for prosecution and assist with the prosecution process as required. Assist in preparing federal cases for prosecution as required in cooperation with the U.S. fish and Wildlife Service. Perform game, fish and boating census, compile boating accident statistics, game and fish stocking/rescue operations, game/fish banding and tagging, depredation control operations, maintain landowner contacts. Complete wildlife management and park duties as assigned. Prepare and present hunter education, aquatic education, wildlife management and conservation enforcement programs, including presentations on radio and television. Complete and submit related reports and maintain necessary records.
Will be required to work on Saturday and Sundays, many holidays, and hours other than 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Requires work under adverse weather conditions and some travel with overnight lodging.
Must currently hold or obtain Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification for continued employment; agency will sponsor required training of uncertified candidates. OTHER: Applicants must be 21 years of age before completion of the training program; be willing to relocate within the State of Nebraska; citizen of the United States; minimum high school diploma or GED; hold a valid driver's license; able to read, write and understand the English language at the eleventh grade level; possess good character as determined by a thorough background investigation; no felony convictions or convictions or any crime punishable by imprisonment in a penitentiary for a term of one year or more.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Must possess good character and be knowledgeable of fish, wildlife and parkland resources; communicate effectively with the general public, agency personnel and other law enforcement agencies orally and in writing; operate motor vehicles, snowmobiles, ATV's and watercraft; maneuver on foot over heavy terrain; operate firearms; prepare reports and maintain records; basic computer knowledge and skills; learn Game and Parks Commission regulations, state statutes and criminal code.
|Location||Areas Statewide Nebraska|
|Pay Range||$21.63 an hour|
|Work Schedule||Any hours including outside of standard business hours - including occasional weekends and holidays|
Apply on-line at statejobs.nebraska.com
Job # is: 033060CO
Application deadline is November 7, 2016
|Position/Organization||USAJOBS, Superfund Division, Program Support and Management Section/Student Trainee - Pathways Internship Program|
|Job Description||Student Trainee (Records and Information Management) Pathways Internship Program, NTE 1 year|
Unknown - Series/Grade is GS-0399-04-Part-time (24 hours per week)
Individuals accepted for enrollment or enrolled and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in a qualifying educational institution, on a full- or half-time basis (as defined by the institution in which the student is enrolled) including awardees of the Harry S. Truman Foundation Scholarship Program. Any U.S. Citizen may apply if you work in the commuting area of Lenexa, Kansas.
|Compensation & Benefits||$28,921.00 to $37,597.00 per year|
There is 1 vacancy for this position in Lenexa, Kansas. It has the promotion potential for a GS-04. The Announcement Number is CI-R7-OT-2016-0009.
For more information contact Gwen Huggins at 513-569-7755 or email her at email@example.com
This position is open from 8/22/16 to 8/26/16.