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Senior Environmental Scientist (Specialist) - Sacramento, California. California Dept. of Water Resources. Application Filing Deadline: 01/18/19. The Delta Ecosystem Enhancement Section is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong written and verbal communication skills, who enjoys working in a team environment, and who would like to join a dedicated and enthusiastic team of biologists and environmental engineers to develop mitigation and enhancement sites in association with ongoing Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta levee improvement work. The incumbent will be a lead scientist for coordinating, advising, and implementing complex multi-benefit habitat projects related to Delta levee projects, in addition to the development of program-related mitigation and enhancement sites. The incumbent will develop approaches to successful habitat development and long-term management, both off-site and within levee profiles. The incumbent will also be responsible for reviewing grant proposals and providing CEQA environmental reviews of levee projects. Desired qualifications: We are seeking candidates with strong backgrounds in ecosystem restoration, project and contract management, CEQA review, and long-term management and monitoring of habitat sites. This position requires the incumbent to be self-motivated and creative; work cooperatively with others; maintain regular, consistent, and predictable attendance; and exercise good judgment. The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively in written and verbal form with supervisors, project leads, and other DWR staff, as well as with the public and non-governmental organizations. For more information or to apply visit (job code: JC-138351).


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Land Resource Manager - Glendale, California. Vulcan Materials Company. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 01/15/19). The Land Resource Manager will work as part of the Vulcan Materials, Western Division Property team. The position reports to the Divisional Vice President for Properties and Land Development. The Land Resource Manager will manage habitat restoration projects inclusive of reducing the habitat impacts for aggregate mining projects and securing the necessary mitigations, managing habitat restoration of mining reclamation sites, manage existing conservation and mitigation banks, and work with the properties team to establish new mitigation banks throughout California. The habitat restoration efforts will include re-establishing wetlands in jurisdictional waterways, restoration of sensitive habitat which is home to endangered species, and ensuring compliance with state and federal resource agency regulations. The Land Resource Manager must possess strong project management skills allowing them to coordinate with internal technical departments and external resource professionals to implement complex habitat restoration projects. The workload is diverse. Projects will be located in Southern, Central and Northern California so there is some flexibility on office location and moderate travel is required. Desired qualifications: Strong commitment to land conservation. · BS/BA degree in Biology or Environmental Studies, or an equivalent combination of training and work experience · 3-5 years’ experience in environmental project management · Excellent written and verbal skills · Ability to anticipate needs, provide project support, take initiative and be resourceful · Demonstrate innovative thinking and adaptability · Technologically savvy, especially a high level of proficiency with MS Office Suite. · Enjoy working as a team member as well as independently · Ability to occasionally work long hours and meet deadlines · Ability and desire to work with a diverse group of people including state, federal, tribal and non-government resource professionals Desired Skills · Experience in conservation real estate as well as habitat restoration, enhancement, and maintenance · Familiarly with state and federal resource agency regulations, especially the California Department of Fish and Wildlife · Familiarly with CEQA, NEPA, special status species and mitigation/mitigation banking · Understanding of watersheds and their importance in species migration. For more information about this position, contact To apply, visit

Habitat Restoration Technician - San Diego, California. Black Sage Environmental, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Needed ASAP (posted 01/14/19). Black Sage Environmental, Inc., is a growing local San Diego company passionate about Natural Resource Management and restoring our disturbed natural areas back to the natural pristine habitat it once was. We provide exceptional knowledge and produce exceptional results. Black Sage Environmental, INC. is a CA licensed pest control business (39895) and C-27 Contractor (992854) specializing in invasive weed removal, pesticide application, habitat restoration, erosion control, trail maintenance and construction. B.S.E. INC. is a State Certified Small Micro Business. This is would be a great Part-time job for those who have a few full week days off to devote to work or take evening courses. The amount of work hours can vary weekly. Must be able to work a full 8 hour day during work week at least 1-3 days a week starting as early as 5:00AM. Compensation: $14-16 per hour. Minimum Qualifications: Reliable transportation, Hard worker willing to sweat, Accepts guidance from Supervisor, Flexibility, Ability to work as part of a team, Physically fit to perform hard labor for full work day. Desired Qualifications: Knowledge of safe herbicide application techniques, Qualified Applicator Certificate (QAC), Knowledge of CA Native and Invasive Plants, Knowledge of the safe usage of power tools. Job Description: This position requires a hard working individual who is self motivated and able to listen to instructions. Work will occur outside in all weather conditions in natural areas including open spaces and canyons. This is a temporary part-time position that could lead to a permanent part-time position as work becomes available. The amount of work hours can vary weekly. Must be able to work a full 8 hour day during work week at least 1-3 days a week starting as early as 5:00AM or 6:00AM. Meeting location is in Spring Valley. Job Duties: Use backpack, hand held, truck or ATV sprayers to safely apply herbicides. Clean and maintain herbicide application equipment. Track daily herbicide usage and submit report to supervisor. Perform vegetation management by hand pulling or safely operating hand tools, weed whackers, and chain saws to cut various invasive weeds including branches and small trees. Transport cut debris to dumpster or utilize chipper to reduce biomass. Trash and debris pickup. Install temporary fencing and signs. Install and water native plants and broadcast seed. Perform trail maintenance and conduct erosion control. Perform Natural Resource monitoring. Other tasks as needed. Knowledge in these areas is preferred, but we are willing to train the right hard-working individual. If interested in this employment opportunity please send resume to with job title as email title. For more information about Black Sage Environmental, INC. please visit

Forestry Technician - Mid/Northern California. Great Basin Institute with US Forest Service. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 01/14/19). The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the US Forest Service (USFS) Pacific Southwest Region, is recruiting Forestry Technicians to work cooperatively with USFS and GBI staff to perform vegetation management and restoration projects within forest/woodland areas. Duties will include performing standardized timber cruising, and assisting in stand exam data collection. Data are gathered using standard instruments, direct measurements, observations, and on-site inspections. Forestry Technicians will also select and mark individual trees for harvest using well defined marking guidelines and silvicultural prescriptions. Training will be provided on tree-species identification, GPS data collection, tree marking, and other project-specific tasks. Desired qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in Forestry, Botany or other related natural science field, with coursework and experience that demonstrate understanding of the principles of forestry. How to apply: To earn more and apply please visit:

Watershed Restoration Project Manager. Patagonia, Arizona. Borderlands Restoration Network. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 01/07/19). Borderlands Restoration Network is both an independent public charity and a collaborative of multiple organizations that are working to build a regional regenerative economy in which diverse, fulfilling livelihoods support the restoration of thriving natural ecosystems and build prosperous, vibrant, healthy communities in the US – Mexico borderlands. This position serves as the project lead for the Watershed Restoration Program and will report to the Executive Director. The salary is negotiable and will be based on experience. This position is based in Patagonia, AZ. Employee must be relocate close enough to be physically in Patagonia during the work week, this includes the possibility of commuting from Tucson. Work will require travel throughout SE Arizona and Northern Mexico. The Project Manager will be responsible for project development, implementation and reporting including: planning and leading landowner outreach and meetings to develop community support for new projects; identifying and seeking funding for restoration projects; completing grant applications; developing project materials such as maps, site photos, work and site plans; creating cost estimates and project budgets; securing project permits and clearances, supervising other staff, contractors, interns and volunteers, executing project plans in a timely and cost-efficient manner; and developing contracts; working with administration on grant invoicing; tracking grant and project budgets; writing progress and final reports. In addition this position will: develop maps, site photos and site plans for Network partners projects, proposals, communications; represent BRN and partners at local and regional meetings and conferences; participate in regular staff meetings and planning groups; support BRN’s educational programs by participating in curriculum development and serving as instructor/teacher for components relating to this position’s skillset; assist with communicating and developing outreach materials; deliver presentations to diverse audiences; aintain strong working relationships with government officials, community leaders and other decision-makers to ensure ongoing support; develop and execute a plan for evaluating all components within the scope of this position. Desired qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Ecological Restoration or closely related field. Three years experience in a closely related field, at least two of which included responsibility for program or project management and/or staff supervision. Master’s degree may be substituted for two years’ experience. Experience designing and implementing restoration projects. Strong written and oral communications skills. Proficiency with GIS and other mapping software. Ability to work collaboratively and independently. Experience supervising staff and volunteers. Grant writing experience. Knowledge of AZ habitats and ecosystems. Knowledge of watershed/erosion-control restoration techniques. A current passport or the ability to obtain one. Ability to work out doors in varied weather.Spanish language skills a plus. For more information, please visit or contact Kurt Vaughn; to apply, email a cover letter and resume to

Restoration Manager - Ventura County. Santa Clara River Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 01/07/18). The initial primary duties of SCRC’s Restoration Specialist will be to assist with planning, supervision, implementation, monitoring, and reporting for several major invasive plant removal and native habitat restoration projects underway along the Santa Clara River. The target plant for these restoration efforts is the invasive Arundo donax, within the cottonwood-willow riparian woodland ecological context of the Santa Clara River. The ideal candidate will bring interest, knowledge, and field and research experience in plant ecology and hydrology, restoration of riparian habitats, and environmental monitoring, including biodiversity assessment. The position requires extensive communication with government agencies and landowners, working with regulatory permitting and environmental assessment processes, and close collaboration with technical field staff and scientific advisors and others from partner organizations. SCRC seeks a candidate who is self-motivated, detail-oriented and able to work independently and collaboratively in a dynamic organizational setting. The candidate will be career-minded and able to help build the future restoration program work of SCRC, including through grant writing and applications, strategic restoration planning and research, and promotion of SCRC’s work in professional settings. Desired qualifications: Minimum qualifications: B.A./B.S. in ecology/biology, natural resources, environmental science/management, or closely related field, and at least one year of experience managing restoration projects. Professional experience in organizational settings, strong oral and written communication abilities, and qualitative and quantitative analytic skills. Desired qualifications: Master’s degree in ecology/biology, natural resources, environmental science/management or closely related field; 3+ years environmental project management experience; knowledge of plant taxonomy in southern CA vegetation; biological monitoring and GIS experience; experience supervising others, including field assistants and volunteers; a Qualified Applicators License (QAL) for herbicide application; knowledge and experience with research design and technical report writing; familiarity and experience with California environmental regulatory programs and processes. How to apply: Send by email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three professional references to Review of applications will begin January 14, 2019.

Associate Ecologist - Sacramento with field opportunities across the state. California Native Plant Society. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 01/03/19). The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is currently seeking to fill one Ecologist/ Botanist position, classified as an Associate Vegetation Ecologist. The position includes at least 7 months of work, beginning in mid-February 2019, and may be extended dependent on funding. Duties include both coordinating field-based vegetation assessment efforts and performing fieldwork related to monitoring, classifying, and mapping vegetation. This position requires a highly organized, detail-oriented individual who will assist other CNPS Ecologists in leading and organizing field sampling missions, analyzing and integrating vegetation data in statewide efforts, supporting vegetation classification and mapping efforts, outreach and communication. Other tasks will include surveying vegetation, identifying/keying plants, performing data quality control, researching and writing vegetation descriptions, and other related tasks. Specific projects to help coordinate and participate in across California may include: vegetation sampling within areas from NE California (e.g., Lassen and Modoc County) to the Bay Area (Marin and San Mateo counties) to SE California (e.g., from Kern to Imperial counties); long-term monitoring data collection in post-fire areas (Tulare and Kern County); monitoring restoration areas in the Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo County), etc. This position will work with 1 to 2 crews of staff, and fieldwork will be performed under rigorous conditions; e.g. up to 10 hours per day during 4 to 8 day stints, with camping or staying at motels overnight. Other opportunities may include training staff or volunteers to perform data collection using CNPS vegetation sampling methodologies and related work (e.g., collecting herbarium specimens). Office work may include GIS data querying, analysis, and map displays; organizing databases and spreadsheets and data QA/QC; plant identification with keys and dissecting microscope; research and description of vegetation and environmental features; coordinating with coworkers and partners; and other tasks at a computer for up to 8 hours/day. Desired qualifications: Experience with supervising staff or volunteers, and coordinating efforts to survey, map, and classify California’s diverse vegetation. Experience with GIS, to provide map tools for field staff, and to provide outputs for display in reports. Strong organizational, verbal and written communication, analytical and computer skills. Ability to maintain and manage accurate records in digital and hard-copy formats. Skill at describing and representing vegetation in fine-scale classification and mapping. Experience with databases (e.g., Access) and/or spreadsheets to assist in quality control and managing digital data; Experience with classification analysis techniques a plus! Strong background in California plant identification and experience conducting vegetation sampling, such as the CNPS vegetation protocols. Ability to identify live and pressed plants, using the Jepson manual and other floras. Experience using GPS and other mobile digital units and field survey equipment (e.g., compass, rangefinder, and tape measure). Ability to conduct fieldwork in varied conditions, including inclement weather, rugged terrain and poison oak, and ability to drive 4X4 vehicle in variable terrain. Ability to use hard copy and digital maps, and perform regular field sampling missions. At a minimum, an undergraduate degree in biology, botany, or related field; while a master’s or higher degree is preferred. How to apply: Submit cover letter, resumé/CV and three professional references to — subject line of email should read “Associate Vegetation Ecologist.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled. Contact if you need further information.

Restoration Field Operations Manager - San Francisco, California. Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 12/21/18). Restoration Field Operations Manager, Projects Department (Project-1). The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is the nonprofit support partner to six of the Bay Area’s open space management agencies. These parklands add immeasurably to the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Parks Conservancy works with the National Park Service, the Presidio Trust, California State Parks, Marin Municipal Water District, Marin County Parks, and the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to preserve and restore habitat, rehabilitate trails and trail corridors, improve facilities for park visitors, protect special status species, and build a community dedicated to conserving the parks for the future. Position Overview: The Parks Conservancy Restoration Technician team consists of 10+ staff working throughout the GGNRA to perform various vegetation management actions in support of Park habitat restoration and conservation projects. The Restoration Field Operations Manager is responsible for developing the vision for and leading the direction of the Parks Conservancy’s Restoration Technician team, as well as overall team coordination and operations management. The Restoration Field Operations Manager will work in-field with Restoration staff to provide guidance and to ensure outstanding program quality and safety at all levels. In addition, the Restoration Field Operations Manager will oversee all administrative aspects of the Restoration Technician team, including supervision, recruitment, training, scheduling and budget-tracking for Full-time, Part-time and On-call Restoration Technician staff. Duties and Responsibilities: Leadership and Administration: - Actively work to create and promote a healthy and productive team organization and culture. - Sustain positive staff morale; foster and maintain positive and inclusive team dynamics. - Conduct regular staff meetings, individual evaluations and provide ongoing, constructive feedback; facilitate annual employee reviews. - Effectively recruit, hire and on-board Restoration Technician staff as needed. - Plan, design, and schedule professional development and safety trainings for staff. - Ensure restoration field staff productivity and quality of work; lead by example. - Administer crew equipment needs; be responsible for tool/equipment maintenance and procurement. - Track budget and expenditures; create and maintain team budgets and address any budgetary issues as they arise. - Be responsible for Restoration Technician workspaces and vehicles; ensure good-housekeeping and safeguarding of facilities and automobiles. - Attend all Projects Department retreats, monthly staff meetings and team workshops; represent the needs and perspective of Restoration field staff to the wider Projects Department. Staff Supervision and Management: - Supervise a 5-person Full-time Restoration Technician crew and additional On-call/Part-time Restoration Technician staff; supervise seasonal support staff as needed. - Spend time in Restoration field with staff to stay current on implementation and work quality. - Coordinate Restoration field staff schedules and manage requests for staff time; manage staff work-day calendar including timesheet administration and time-off requests. - Facilitate clear and effective communication and outreach to site and project leads. - Reporting oversight; QA/QC of all Restoration Technician image/data collection and management. - Foster a culture of safety within the Restoration Technician team; develop and implement BMP’s for field staff; ensure adequate staff training and adherence to all Conservancy Safety SOP’s. - Ensure safe and effective herbicide storage, handling and application by all Restoration Technician staff; be responsible for Restoration field staff herbicide training, use reporting and confirm compliance with all applicable local, state, federal and Park rules and regulations governing the use of herbicides. Ecological Restoration/Vegetation Management: - Use and maintain hand tools including pulaskis, weed wrenches, hand picks, shovels, etc. - Use and maintain power tools including chainsaws and brush cutters. - Possess or acquire a California Department of Pesticide Regulation Qualified Applicator Certificate. - Mix and apply herbicides in a safe and effective manner according to all laws and regulations. - Be familiar with all target invasive species in all life stages, and best treatment strategies. - Track work performed using CalFlora and/or Agency-supported databases, photo-monitoring and other record keeping; collect data and generate maps using GPS, GIS, and Android technology. - Be attentive and responsible for quality of all work produced by self and other team members. - Be responsible for the safety of self and co-workers. Physical Requirements & Work Environment: - Work is performed roughly 50% in an office setting, and 50% in an outdoor setting. - Outdoor duties include exposure to poison oak, ticks, and adverse conditions, including, but not limited to, exposure to sun, wind, rain, loud noise, uneven terrain, mud. - Work is performed standing, walking, hiking and sitting at a desk. - Work requires squatting and kneeling. - Frequently lifts, carries, and positions objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Qualifications: - A college degree (or comparable field experience) in ecological restoration, invasive weed management, or a closely related field (i.e. botany, ecology, resource management, etc.). - Two years demonstrated experience in a leadership role within the natural resource management or environmental/outdoor education field; demonstrated experience training, supervising, and retaining staff and/or interns; demonstrated experience serving as a crew lead or similar. - Two years demonstrated experience implementing IPM-based weed management strategies to include performing control work. - Two years demonstrated experience in on-the-ground restoration activities. - Supervisory experience in a collaborative and inclusive environment; experience expanding equity and inclusion; demonstrated ability to manage staff with a highly collaborative approach. - Excellent work ethic and commitment to a positive team dynamic; motivated self-starter with energy, flexibility, creativity, a sense of humor and a willingness to pitch in wherever needed. - Ability to prioritize effectively and handle multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously. - Familiarity with budget management, including budget preparation, tracking, decision-making, and reporting. - Strong organizational skills, including planning and implementation of field work. - Superior interpersonal and written communications skills. - Professional work habits (punctual, responsive, organized, attention to detail). - Knowledge and familiarity with S.F. Bay Area native and non-native flora. - Competency with Google systems, Microsoft Office Suite, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) interfaces such as ArcMap, Avenza PDF Maps, Calflora, etc. - Demonstrated proficiency with writing and basic computer skills, knowledge and familiarity with using. - Demonstrated experience performing manual labor in inclement weather. - Demonstrated experience with power tool use/maintenance, such as chainsaw and brushcutter preferred. - Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Compensation: This is a full time, benefited position. Compensation for this position will be commensurate with work experience, skills, and educational background. Primary office is at Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Please no phone calls about this position. The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Recruitment, placement and promotions are conducted without regard to an individual's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical handicap, veteran status or sexual orientation, or any other classification protected by Federal, State, and local laws & ordinances. Please apply via To request more information about this position, please contact

Natural Resource Specialist - Taylorsville, California. Sierra Institute for Community and Environment. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 12/21/18). Review of applications will begin January 15, 2019. The Sierra Institute for Community and Environment seeks qualified individuals to fill the position(s) of Resource Specialist(s) to analyze and summarize the potential effects of fuels reduction and forest health activities. Specialists will be part of a multi-stakeholder environmental analysis team for a potential forest health project on the Lassen National Forest. The project is part of a 600,000-acre focal landscape for the South Lassen Watersheds Group, a collaborative planning effort involving forest and watershed management, climate resilience, and economic development in critical upper watersheds of the North Fork of the Feather River, and Mill and Deer Creeks. Resource specialists will be focused on environmental analysis for public lands, but will be expected to support collaborative all-lands work as needed. Requested areas of specialization include: wildlife biology (including fisheries and aquatics), silviculture, fuels management, hydrology, archaeology, and recreation. Desired qualifications: Please visit our website for more information: To apply: Please send your cover letter, resume, a technical writing sample (1-2 pages in length), and contact information for three references as one PDF to with “NEPA Specialist” in the subject line. Please specify the specialist position for which you wish to be considered in your application materials. Position is open until filled, review of applications will begin on January 15, 2019. Please call (530) 284-1022 with questions.

Assistant vegetation ecologist - Sacramento, California. California Native Plant Society. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 12/21/18). CNPS is currently seeking to fill at least two full-time Ecologist/ Botanist positions, classified as Assistant Vegetation Ecologists. The positions include at least 5 months of work, beginning mid- to late-February 2019, and the positions may be extended beyond summer dependent on funding. Duties will include both office and fieldwork related to monitoring, classifying, and mapping vegetation. Tasks will include surveying vegetation, identifying/keying plants, entering data and performing quality control, organizing data and photos, researching and writing up information about vegetation, and other related tasks. Specific field projects may include establishing long-term monitoring plots in post-fire study areas (Tulare and Kern County), monitoring restoration areas in the Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo County), vegetation sampling within the Modoc Plateau (Lassen and Modoc County), and vegetation sampling in the southern Great Basin, Mojave, and Colorado deserts (from Mono and Kern to Imperial counties). Fieldwork will be performed under rigorous conditions; e.g. up to 10 hours per day during 4-8 day sampling missions, with camping or staying at motels overnight. Office work, including data entry, plant identification with dissecting microscope, data quality control, sorting and research of data, vegetation description writing and related tasks, may be conducted at a computer for up to 8 hours per day. The main office location is downtown Sacramento. The successful candidate will gain experience in sampling California’s diverse vegetation plant assemblages, learning different techniques for collecting field data, identifying plants to the species level, and describing and representing vegetation in fine-scale classification and mapping efforts. CNPS supports a uniform system for vegetation sampling, classification, and mapping and maintains vegetation information databases. This system, developed over the past 25 years by CNPS and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), is used by both governmental and non-governmental institutions to map, categorize and describe vegetation. Desired qualifications: Strong organizational, verbal and written communication, analytical and computer skills (Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word, Excel). Experience with GIS, such as ESRI ArcMap, databases (e.g., Access) and/or spreadsheets. Proficiency in data entry, quality control, and management of both hard copy and digital data. Ability to keep accurate records. Strong background in California plant identification and experience conducting vegetation sampling, such as the CNPS vegetation protocols. Ability to identify live and pressed plants, using the Jepson manual and other floras. Experience using GPS (Global Positioning System) or other mobile digital units and field survey equipment (e.g., compass, rangefinder, and tape measure). Ability to conduct fieldwork in varied environmental conditions, including inclement weather, rugged terrain and poison oak. Ability to drive 4X4 vehicle over variable terrain. Ability to interpret hard copy and digital maps, and perform regular field sampling missions. At a minimum, an undergraduate degree in biology, botany, or a related field. A valid California driver’s license, proof of current car insurance, and a safe driving record are required. Physical requirements include prolonged sitting, standing, bending, using a computer, driving, hiking, lifting and carrying (up to 1/3 of your body weight). Ability to work independently and coordinate daily tasks. Enthusiasm, positive attitude, and ability to work well in a team setting. To apply: Please submit cover letter, resume or CV, and three professional references to Subject line of email should read “Assistant Vegetation Ecologists.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.

Restoration Ecologist - San Rafael, California. WRA, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 11/29/18). We are looking for an energetic, career-minded, experienced Restoration Ecologist to join us on a full-time basis. Primary responsibilities for the position will include project management of habitat restoration planning, implementation and monitoring for mitigation projects as well as project entitlement (CEQA, resource agency permitting). We are particularly looking for someone who has completed Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Plans for mitigation projects that target various wetland, riparian, woodland, grassland and special status species habitats. Experience preferred in developing and monitoring performance criteria, developing planting plans and soil treatments, conducting wetland delineation, functional analysis and mitigation calculations in a consulting setting. Regulatory permitting experience is preferred. Required Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree or higher in natural resources, biology, ecology, or related field; - Five years project management experience; - Sound technical knowledge; - Ability to work both independently and with a small team; - Demonstrable technical writing ability; - Excellent communication skills; - Education and experience in California plant and/or wetland identification; - Field experience including habitat evaluation; - Detail-oriented and resourceful. Desired Qualifications: - Previous consulting experience; - Sound ecological knowledge of seasonal wetland and vernal pool, riparian and oak woodland, tidal and freshwater marsh habitat types; - Experience overseeing regulatory compliance. Compensation: We offer an excellent salary and benefits package and a positive, progressive work environment. Our employment package includes medical, vision, dental, life insurance, wellness, commuter program, and 401K with generous match. About WRA: WRA, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm based in San Rafael, California, with offices in Emeryville, San Diego and Denver, Colorado. For more than 35 years, WRA has provided outstanding ecological and design expertise to develop successful solutions for our clients. We employ experts in the fields of plant, wildlife, and wetland ecology, GIS, CEQA/NEPA, mitigation banking, and landscape architecture. More information about WRA and our areas of expertise can be found at and information about this position at To Apply: Interested candidates should respond by e-mailing your cover letter and resume to and reference “Restoration Ecologist.” Please also reference where you heard about the position. WRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please, no calls.

Applied Ecologist - Santa Barbara, California. Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 11/29/18). The Applied Ecologist is responsible for designing, conducting, and communicating fire and restoration ecology research and implementation at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. The holder of this position will be responsible in 2019 and 2020 for coordinating and implementing a Prop 1 grant-funded project to assess (with other members of the SBBG Conservation Team) habitat recovery and restoration needs throughout the Thomas and Whittier fires. This project allows time to pursue other projects and assist other members of the Conservation Team in a variety of applied conservation projects. Fundraising, education, and outreach activities are required to support the continuation of this position. This non-exempt position is flexible (20-40 hours per week) and will be tailored for the right candidate. The Applied Ecologist reports to the Director of Conservation and Research. Desired qualifications: Academic background and applied experience in ecology, the biological sciences, or closely related area (minimum of Master’s degree); Experience with fire and restoration ecology preferred; Demonstrated proficiency in statistical analyses; Experience with GIS and GPS preferred; Experience and comfort giving public presentations and performing other outreach to promote projects and engage the public. How to apply: Resumes or CVs must be accompanied by the Garden’s employment application and may be submitted via email to To request more information about this position, please contact

Mid-level to Senior Botanist - Martinez, California. Nomad Ecology LLC. Application Filing Deadline: Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2018, and interviews will begin in mid to late-December (posted 11/21/18). Position is open until filled. Nomad Ecology is seeking a mid-level to senior Botanist to assist with the firm's projects and studies relating to floristic inventories, rare plant surveys, vegetation mapping, post-fire sampling, statistical analysis of field data, and other botany related work. As a member of Nomad Ecology, the person filling this position must be dedicated to having an understanding and appreciation of the flora of California and promoting the use of sound science and current technologies available to restoration science and floristic professionals. The work will be both office-based and in the field throughout various locations in California. This individual would primarily be working with Nomad senior botanist Heath Bartosh. It requires an individual who is organized, collaborative, accustomed to physical field work, and enthusiastic about the conservation of California's biological resources. The successful candidate will work with dedicated staff, principals, sub-consultants, and clients to scope projects; write grant applications and proposals; conduct botanical related field work; research current rare plant, floristic, and fire ecology information and practices; build and maintain databases; conduct statistical analysis of botanical related data; GIS mapping and cartography; remote sensing; prepare reports; direct staff; and assist with other tasks typical of a small "all hands on deck" environmental consulting firm. Although candidates lacking this experience will be considered, the candidate must have strong willingness to learn these aspects of botanical resource work. This opportunity is primarily geared toward work in the park district, Habitat Conservation Plan, land trust, and public utilities sectors. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to work on projects for non-profit organizations. Nomad prides itself on being a "development neutral" firm focused on public utilities and public works sectors as well as natural resource management arenas. Nomad does not pursue large-scale development projects (e.g. housing or commercial development). REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop and Manage Projects (Senior-Level Candidates only) • Assist in project scoping and budgeting for new projects, grant proposals, and Requests for Proposals. • In coordination with Nomad principals, develop schedules and timelines for new and current projects. • Work with Nomad principals and staff to plan seasonal fieldwork, schedule staffing, and otherwise coordinate field work. • Coordinate with Nomad’s clients, principals and staff to ensure tasks are completed and contractual obligations are met. | Botany and Floristics • Apply laws and regulations relevant to rare plants and sensitive natural communities. • Efficiently but comprehensively conduct and compile baseline inventories of botanical resources. • Conduct reconnaissance-level surveys in support of biological resources documents/products. • Evaluate the results of the reconnaissance-level surveys, in conjunction with scientific literature, to make scientifically sound recommendations for protocol-level surveys. • Understand and execute current rare plant survey protocols. • Conduct habitat assessments, surveys, and other fieldwork pertaining to a wide variety of sensitive botanical resources. • Conduct rare plant habitat modeling utilizing GIS. • Conduct impact assessments and develop mitigation measures for sensitive botanical resources in a CEQA and NEPA context. • Develop and implement rare plant sampling and monitoring protocols. • Execute vegetation mapping and classification using the CNPS method. • Identify sensitive natural communities. | Post-Fire Studies • Keep up to date on current scientific research related to post-fire ecology in chaparral ecosystems of California. • Design, implement, and execute sampling protocols for post-fire studies. • Establish plots and collect data in harsh post-fire environments. • Understand database structure and development to input, and update if necessary, Nomad’s post-fire database. • Conduct statistical analysis of post-fire sampling data from multiple sites, over several years, using R or similar data analysis packages. • Interact with agency personnel related to post-fire study arenas. • Prepare reports and journal articles detailing the results and analysis of sampling data consistent with, and expanding upon, Nomad previous post-fire work. | GIS Mapping and Remote Sensing • Use GIS software, primarily ArcMap. • Create and manage feature-based GIS datasets / databases for various types of botanical related projects. • Use segmentation software such as eCognition or Spatial Analyst tools in ArcMap. • Create attractive maps for reports and presentations. | Other Responsibilities • Assist writing biological resource documents for baseline resource inventories and management plans, CEQA and NEPA related biological resources documents, land-use planning documents, and constraints analyses. • Assist in the development of GIS spatial databases and map production in support of other types of natural resource documents. • Occasionally prepare daily or weekly monitoring reports for construction and restoration monitoring projects. • Prepare rigorous and scientifically defensible comments in response to CEQA or NEPA documents. • Develop scientifically sound and innovative goals and objectives during the development of natural resources management plans. REPRESENTATIVE QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor’s degree in Botany, Environmental Studies or related field with at least 3-10 years of experience as a professional biologist; or • Master's degree in Botany, Restoration, Environmental Studies or related field with at least 2-5 years of experience as a professional biologist. • Broad knowledge of the flora and vegetation communities of California, especially the San Francisco Bay area, with strong competency in field identification. • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. • Strong computer literacy and data entry/analysis proficiency (i.e., Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, Google Earth, GIS (preferred), and statistical programs, among others). • Strong analytical, organizational and time management skills, with excellent attention to detail. • Ability to independently and efficiently plan and manage multiple complex projects simultaneously. • Ability to work independently and as part of the Nomad team; demonstrated ability to be a self-starter and exercise mature judgment; while at the same time understanding the Nomad brand and expectations of Nomad's principals. • Knowledge of CEQA, NEPA, ESA and other environmental laws and regulations. • Ability to work as part of a team in a small office. ADDITIONAL DESIRED SKILLS/INTERESTS • When necessary attend interviews during the competitive bid process. • The ability to help market Nomad's services by demonstrating and communicating your expertise and experience. • Experience coordinating field staff and sub-contractors. • Strong project management experience. • Experience performing public presentations. • An interest in volunteering with environmental organizations. • Knowledge and appreciation of local and statewide environmental issues. • Outgoing personality and sense of humor. ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS • Work may require travel throughout California (travel expenses are reimbursed). • Some evening and weekend work may be required to meet deadlines or adhere to agency endorsed survey protocols but this would be highly unusual. • Possess valid California driver’s license. • Access to a motor vehicle for work related travel. • Ability to hike, occasionally on rugged terrain. • Ability to work outdoors and in inclement weather. • Ability to lift, carry/move small boxes, field equipment, and supplies up to 50 lbs. To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé, and three professional references to The subject line of your email should read "Botany Application."

Invasive Plant Conservation Manager - Avalon, California. Catalina Island Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 11/08/18). REPORTS TO: Director of Conservation. STATUS: Full time, Exempt. UPDATED: April 2018. DEPT: Conservation. A PLANT CONSERVATION MANAGER plans, prioritizes, and implements management activities to eradicate and/or control targeted invasive plant populations, and conducts small- and large-scale restoration projects, vegetation monitoring, and/or other habitat restoration projects related broadly to the natural vegetation of Santa Catalina Island, other Channel Islands and Southern California. The position will oversee the work of field crew members, contract labor and/or volunteers. The position is also expected to interact with staff at all levels within the organization and partner organizations, including land owners, contractors, volunteers, and the community. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: A Plant Conservation Manager will perform any combination of the duties listed below as needed or assigned: • Develop and/or implement an invasive plant management program with a focus on ecological processes, invasive plant management and/or restoration techniques that facilitate the maintenance and recovery of plant communities, especially chaparral, coastal sage scrub, grassland, endemic oak and Catalina ironwood communities, on Santa Catalina Island. • Formulates annual goals for invasive species control to assure implementation and achievement of the Catalina Island Conservancy’s Invasive Plant Management Plan. Provides goals, direction and delegates responsibility to team members for supervision and quality control of day-to-day activities and project completion. • Recommend appropriate resource management practices to improve the ability of the Conservancy to accomplish its mission. Effectively communicate progress and results through professional organizations and publications, staff training, presentations to general public, internal/external media. • Identifies and pursues funding opportunities from foundations and government agencies to finance monitoring and restoration projects. • Coordinates with government agencies, NGOs, universities, and colleges in the conservation of natural areas and open space in the Channel Islands and Southern California. • Obtains and maintains permissions and agreements with landowners to allow access and management of invasive plant target species on private lands. • Performs essential administrative functions including, but not limited to, the following: develop and manage operating and capital budgets; purchase services and materials; maintain and care for equipment and tools; maintain payroll and human resource records; conduct performance evaluations for assigned employees; implement safety policy and procedures for assigned areas. • Manages Conservation Department staff, interns and volunteers involved with plant conservation program activities and conducts programmatic outreach with island stakeholders. • Provides manages and oversight to facilities including but not limited to: Catalina Island Conservancy Herbarium, and the Wrigley Memorial & Botanic Garden. • Performs duties in a safe and efficient manner to maintain a safe work environment. Responds to hazardous situations/potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action and notifies supervisor. • Updates and enhances knowledge by continuing education for professional growth, i.e., attends relevant conferences, seminars and certification programs. • Submits an annual work plan and performs other duties as needed or assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: • Knowledge of Southern California native plant communities and natural history, and island invasion biology strongly desired. • Experience in implementing restoration projects and managing work crews, including planning, scheduling, contracting, hiring, supervision and evaluation. • Ability to design and implement applied habitat restoration projects. • Ability to manage and/or analyze of invasive plant or plant community monitoring data. • Ability to schedule, coordinate, organize and manage diverse activities in a dependable manner. Meet deadlines. • Experience with and the ability to supervise safe use of a variety of field tools and equipment used in implementing habitat restoration projects, including chain saws, mowers, weed eaters, and herbicide application equipment (including backpack sprayers and power sprayers). Implement protocols to prevent seed dispersal, follow decontamination protocols, and conduct all operations according to accepted safety standards and established protocols. • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Access, Trimble/Garmin Global Position Systems (GPS) and ArcView Global Information System (GIS), ARC/INFO software. • Demonstrated skills in budget management and proposal/grant/report writing. • Strong applied plant ecology and botanical skills. Ability to become quickly proficient in the flora, ecology and natural history of Santa Catalina Island. COMPLEXITY/PROBLEM SOLVING: • Able to think critically and creatively to develop solutions to complex conservation, facility operations and land use problems. • Ability to adapt and respond to unexpected or unplanned ecological (e.g. fire, drought, new invasions) or programmatic (e.g. changes in organizational priorities or funding) circumstances while still progressing towards core program objectives. • Ability to work effectively on an interdisciplinary team balancing conservation, recreation and education organizational goals. COMMUNICATIONS/INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS: • Strong management experience in supervising full-time staff, contractors, and volunteers required. • Strong organizational, coordination, and project management skills. • Ability to function and thrive within a complex, multi-goal (conservation, education, recreation) organization with diverse professional staff (scientists, operations professionals, guest experience managers, marketing and public relations) is crucial. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work both independently and as a part of a team is essential; strong team building and relationship building skills critical. Positive attitude, sense of humor, energetic, creative and transparent, focused on strategic goals of the Conservancy. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: • Master’s Degree preferred, but not required; Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resource Management, Botany, Biology, Environmental Studies or related field. • Knowledge of threats from non-native species invasions in California or elsewhere. • Experience preparing funding proposals and knowledge of funding sources in California and nationally. • Five (5) or more years of supervisory and applied conservation management experience. • Experience working with manual and chemical control of invasive species in California or elsewhere. • Experience with financial and legal administration. • Demonstrated experience with various regional, state and federal agencies (e.g. CA Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and National Park Service) with regards to plant, animal and environmental concerns, protocols and procedures. A familiarity with CEQA, NEPA and CA Coastal Commission and SEA programs preferred. • Possession of, or be able to obtain, a State of California qualified applicator license or certificate. • Must possess a valid California Driver’s License and be able to operate a 4-wheel drive vehicle. DEMANDS: • Employee must desire to live and work on Catalina Island and be comfortable with the major aspects of island life including schools, medical care, housing, shopping, and transportation. • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The office environment has moderate noise levels and is a non-smoking environment. Field conditions are strongly weather-dependent and may be hot, dusty, cold, muddy, and/or wet depending on season and degree of exposure. Smoking is allowed only at limited designated locations on the island. Work may be conducted independently or with groups of staff and volunteers. Hiking conditions include steep, rugged terrain with unstable rocky substrate, dense stands of poison oak and/or cactus. Wild animals, including bison and rattlesnakes, may also be encountered in the field and pose some threat. • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Position involves functioning in both field and office environments. The office environment has moderate noise levels and is non smoking. Field work involves manual labor, hiking long distances over rugged terrain and through dense scrub, and routine handling of plants. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. • Conduct all operations according to accepted safety standards and established protocols, and acts to avoid potential safety incidents and assures that field crews follow all applicable protocols and standards. Desired qualifications: Knowledge of Southern California native plant communities and natural history, and island invasion biology strongly desired. Experience in implementing restoration projects and managing work crews, including planning, scheduling, contracting, hiring, supervision and evaluation. How to apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to

Director of Reserve Management and Monitoring, RC - Riverside, California. County of Riverside. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 10/26/18). The Director of Reserve Management and Monitoring is responsible for directing, creating, planning, organizing and implementing the Reserve Management and Monitoring Programs for the RCA in accordance with the Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP). The incumbent will train, direct, assign, and evaluate the work of RCA and contract staff. Additional duties include the preparation and oversight of budgets, inventories, and contract management, including identifying contract needs, preparing requests for proposals (RFPs), writing scopes of work, and negotiating contracts, memoranda of understanding, and agreements. The incumbent will be required to develop strategies and write policies and procedures relating to the implementation and administration of the MSHCP in keeping with federal, state and local laws and regulations. Additionally, the incumbent will create training materials and presentations for member agencies and the RCA Board of Directors, and will work closely with the wildlife agencies, the governing Board, permittees and the public in plan implementation. Desired qualifications: Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree, preferably with a major in environmental studies, biological sciences, business or public administration, or a closely related field to the assignment. (Substantial qualifying experience may be substituted for the required college education.) Experience: Substantial experience in: 1) gathering and compiling facts and statistics in order to evaluate program effectiveness and forecasting; 2) preparing and reviewing contractual and regulatory documents; 3) composing and maintaining complex program records and systems applications; 4) coordinating and conducting program activities, including personal negotiation with real property owners and developers regarding acquisition and rights-of-way/easements; 5) effective and efficient land acquisition and utilization in Riverside County. To apply, please visit Applicants seeking to be considered in the preliminary candidate review must apply by 11:59 p.m. (PST) on November 14, 2018. To request additional information about this position, please contact

Restoration Ecologist - Nevada City, California. Sierra Streams Institute. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 10/17/18). The Restoration Ecologist at Sierra Streams Institute is involved with several aspects of the organization. Creating, planning and implementing watershed restoration projects and coordinating volunteer efforts for these projects is the main function of the position. Ecological restoration projects may include invasive species removal, shoreline stabilization, revegetating abandoned mine lands, improving forest health, creating forest fire reduction strategies, and planting native vegetation. Additional projects include development of revegetation plant palettes, collaboration with the local indigenous tribe to select culturally significant plants for restoration, implementation of ecological monitoring programs at restoration sites, recruitment and organization of volunteer restoration workdays, developing management/restoration plans, analysis of data to inform restoration, development of parts of grant proposals and teaching community members about restoration projects and watershed health. Desired qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree required in biology, botany, environmental science or related field. Advanced Degree a plus. • 2-5 years of experience working as a restoration ecologist or botanist preferred. • Conscientious, positive, self-motivated, team player and excellent organizational skills. • Able to complete projects on time and a drive to do what it takes to get the job done well. • Ability to work cooperatively with staff, volunteers and partners. • Computer skills required, including proficiency with Word, Excel and basic graphic design programs (e.g. Publisher, Photoshop, InDesign, etc.). • Data analysis skills including use of statistical programs and GIS. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Able to do occasional evening and weekend work. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume electronically to Joanne Hild, Executive Director.

Southern California Restoration Ecologist - San Diego, California. River Partners. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 10/17/18). Job description: • Recruiting and training entry-level biologists and interns collecting monitoring and experimental data, entering data into computer databases, completing analyses of information and reporting. • Supervising and organizing schedules of biologists to meet contractual obligations and deadlines for restoration, mitigation and consulting projects. • Managing budgets for restoration, mitigation and consulting projects. • Work in concert with staff for the recruitment and hiring of River Partners professional level personnel. • Provide budget projections as requested by the accounting department and/or the executive staff. • Developing data collection and monitoring protocols, experimental protocols and supervise / manage these activities on an ongoing basis. • Collaborating with the field implementation department and assisting in the translation of the site specific design across the project area. • Work with public and private sector biology, ecology, engineering and other professional staff to efficiently manage project implementation . • Develop and deliver presentations to the scientific community, government agencies and the public. • Securing permits from local, state and federal agencies. • Completing site specific restoration plans, and project progress reports. • Assisting in translating the site specific design across the project area for implementation. • Develop forecasts of annual plant material needs throughout the region. • Plan and manage collection and maintain the inventory of native plant material. • Developing data collection and monitoring protocols, experimental protocols and supervise / manage these activities on an ongoing basis. • Collaborating with the field implementation department and assisting in the translation of the site specific design across the project area. • Working on educational activities for the public, as well as attending public events to promote the organization and its mission. • Developing and delivering presentations to the scientific community and the public. • Developing and maintaining good relations with agency personnel, contractors, and neighbors. • Working long hours and/or weekends in a variety of field conditions. • Traveling to multiple restoration projects for planning and monitoring, which may include, which may include River Partners’ other branches. • Other duties as required. Desired qualifications: • M.S. or PhD. in biology, ecology, environmental science, or related science. • Three years of appropriate work experience. • Creatively solve problems and learn new skills. • Demonstrate good organizational skills and ability to work under multiple deadlines. • Driver’s license with no restrictions. • Possess the ability to communicate in basic Spanish (preferred, but not required). • Proficiency with Microsoft Office. • Ability to work effectively in a team environment. How to apply: Email (1) cover letter describing qualifications for this position and interest in River Partners, (2) complete CV/resume, and (3) contact information for three references to Mona Dagy at with “Southern California Restoration Ecologist” in the subject line. Applicants may be subject to background checks. The position will remain open until a successful candidate has been identified. Please submit questions via email (no phone calls) to River Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Senior Restoration Ecologist - Southern California. ECORP Consulting, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 10/01/18). ECORP Consulting is seeking a senior-level restoration ecologist/botanist to support our southern California service area. Base office would be in either Santa Ana, Redlands, or San Diego. This position involves managing and oversight of habitat restoration and botanical projects that range from small sites to large, complex sites throughout southern California. Duties will include coordinating project tasks on long-term projects to meet cost and schedule objectives; supervising and participating in field and laboratory work; designing and managing wetland, riparian, and upland habitat restoration/creation projects; authoring habitat restoration plans, habitat mitigation and monitoring plans, conceptual restoration plans, and habitat enhancement and management plans; reviewing and editing of botanical sections of biological resources technical reports; supervising the implementation and maintenance of restoration projects; conducting data analysis; conducting statistical analysis; participating in client meetings; and presenting projects with Microsoft PowerPoint. Strong technical writing skills, and familiarity with the most recent plant identification manuals, survey guidelines, and vegetation mapping classification systems are required. Proven experience with writing annual reports and agency coordination in support of mitigation sign-off is preferred. Local or specific experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced degree; however, a graduate degree in botany, restoration ecology, biology, or related field is preferred. A minimum of 12 years in professional environmental consulting experience and an in-depth knowledge of Southern California flora are required. Other job requirements include developing new business from referrals from new and/or existing clients and assisting with marketing efforts; preparing biological resources proposals and assisting with the preparation of multidisciplinary proposals; assisting the Department Director with supervision and review of department staff members; advising clients and agencies on compliance matters; and training staff in biological resource project/task completion and reviewing work of other team members. ECORP offers excellent benefits, medical, dental, vision, FSAs, 401(k) with employer discretionary match, life insurance, long term disability and other benefits in addition to a competitive salary and a team-oriented atmosphere. Qualified applicants are encouraged to send resume to ECORP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Director of Conservation - Avalon, California. Catalina Island Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (posted 09/17/18). The Director of Conservation will report to the President & CEO. In turn, the Director will manage a Conservation Department, which will consist of approximately eight (8) staff members including a Conservation Operations Coordinator, Plant Conservation Manager, two Lead Plant Technicians, a Plant Program Technician, a GIS/IT Manager and two Wildlife Biologists. Several of these positions manage a team of seasonal, part time, or full time employees, or volunteers. The organizational structure of the Conservation Department, as well as individual positions within it, may change, over time, to respond to the biodiversity and ecological needs of the land, and as a result of securing funding to strengthen programs and meet changing department and organizational goals. The Conservation Director will be responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing the conservation management program, including but not limited to wildlife management, biological and cultural programs. The role requires an entrepreneurial spirit eager to create funding opportunities, and a business/programs model ideally suited for our Catalina field station. The Director will work closely with the President & CEO, and with the senior management team to achieve the mission and strategic goals of the Conservancy. Desired qualifications: Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing innovative conservation management programs. To apply, email resume and cover letter to

Restoration Intern - Angeles National Forest, Texas Canyon Fire Station, Saugus California. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. In collaboration with the Angeles National Forest and National Forest Foundation, assists the Restoration Project Manager with restoration projects on the Angeles National Forest. Duties include care, maintenance, and out-planting of containerized plants at restoration site, watering, weeding, and general maintenance at the restoration site. Must approach all tasks with respect for natural, cultural and fiscal resources, co-workers, volunteers, partner agencies, and organizations. This is a full-time seasonal position, 40 hours a week. Please note that the job reports to Saugus, CA. Responsibilities: • Under cooperative agreements between RSABG and partner agencies, assists in the execution of restoration projects. • Become familiar with restoration practices. • Plant container plants at restoration sites. • Drive and navigate to field sites. • Collect seeds for restoration sites. • Plant container plants at restoration sites. • Water, weed, and conduct maintenance at restoration sites. • Supervise and assist volunteers. Desired qualifications: • A working knowledge of basic taxonomic principles and characteristics of major plant families and California flora desired. • The physical ability to perform labor such as transporting water, planting container plants, bending and standing for long periods of time. • Ability to use heavy equipment such as a soil auger. • Knowledge of basic horticulture practices and/or willingness to learn required. • Willingness to work with or be around pesticides or herbicides with appropriate training and supervision. • Valid driver’s license and willingness to drive a large box truck or other large vehicle. Please note that the job does not report to Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, California; the reporting location is in Saugus, California. How to apply: Qualified candidates please send cover letter and resume to: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Attention: Billy Sale, 1500 N College Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711 email To request more information about this position:

Senior Biologist - San Diego, California. WRA, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. WRA, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm based in San Rafael, California, with offices in San Diego, Petaluma, Emeryville, Fort Bragg, and Denver. For over 30 years, WRA has provided outstanding ecological and design expertise to develop successful solutions for our clients. We employ experts in the fields of plant, wildlife, and wetland ecology, GIS, CEQA/NEPA and landscape architecture. We are looking for a mid-level, energetic, career-minded plant ecologist, wetland ecologist, or related biologist to join us on a full-time basis in our San Diego office. We currently have one opening in San Diego and are looking for someone with experience in staff and project management, regulatory permitting, and in California plant, vegetation, and wetland identification. The work that this position entails is varied and may include environmental compliance (CEQA [mitigation and impact analyses], wetland delineation and permitting), mitigation and conservation banking/planning, rare plant surveys, and restoration planning. Experience in one or more of these areas is required. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher in biology and may require some travel to other areas of the state. Desired qualifications include: education and experience in California plant taxonomy and surveys, habitat/association mapping, environmental impact analysis, permit preparation, wetland delineation, and mitigation analysis. Demonstrable technical writing ability and excellent communication skills are essential. Previous experience in biological consulting is preferred. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package and a positive, progressive work environment. Our employment package includes medical, dental, vision, and 401K with generous match. More information about WRA and our areas of expertise can be found at Interested candidates should respond by e-mailing your cover letter and resume to and reference “Senior Biologist.” Please also reference where you heard about the position. WRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No calls or recruiters, please.

Biologist I - San Diego, California. WRA, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. WRA, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm based in San Rafael, California, with offices in San Diego, Emeryville, Petaluma, Fort Bragg, and Denver. For over 30 years, WRA has provided outstanding ecological and design expertise to develop successful solutions for our clients. We employ experts in the fields of plant, wildlife, and wetland ecology, GIS, CEQA/NEPA and landscape architecture. We are looking for an energetic, career-minded ecologist to join us on a full-time basis. We currently have one opening in our San Diego Office. The work that this position entails is varied and may include environmental compliance (CEQA, wetland delineation and permitting), mitigation and conservation banking/planning, biological surveys, and restoration planning. Possession of USFWS recovery permits and experience in these areas is preferred, but not required. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher in biology and may require some travel to other areas of the state sometimes for extended periods of time. Desired qualifications include: Experience and CDFW or AZDFW authorization to conduct monitoring for flat-tailed horned lizard. Additional education and experience in southern California natural resources, familiarity with California vegetation communities and habitats, California plant taxonomy, GIS field mapping, environmental impact analysis, permit preparation, and mitigation analysis. Demonstrable technical writing ability and excellent communication skills are essential. Previous experience is preferred. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package and a positive, progressive work environment. Our employment package includes medical, dental, and 401K with generous match. More information about WRA and our areas of expertise can be found at Interested candidates should respond by e-mailing your cover letter and resume to and reference “Biologist.” Please also reference where you heard about the position. WRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No calls or recruiters, please.

Garden Assistant - Moorpark, California. Apricot Lane Farms. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Apricot Lane Farms is looking for an experienced, highly efficient person to work in our garden. Principal Accountabilities: - Assist with greenhouse management, weed management, soil preparation, pest management & disease monitoring, compost tea application and irrigation. - Assist with all aspects of garden planting and harvesting. - Assist with preparation for sales of produce. - Assists with detailed record-keeping of garden processes. - Record keeping will include, but not be limited to, fertilizer application, crop rotation, seed purchases and more. - Assist with establishing a yearly rotation schedule. Requirements: - At least 2 years garden/harvesting experience. - Have the ability to lift 50+ pounds at a time. - Is comfortable working with a team and independently. - Can follow direction. - Is detail oriented. - Is able to work efficiently/productively in all kinds of weather. How to apply: Please email your "story" (why is this your perfect job), resume, and salary requirements. *Apricot Lane Farms offers competitive salary and benefits including 401K and paid vacation.

Plant Program Technician - Avalon, California. Catalina Island Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. A Plant Program Technician will support the Conservancy’s plant conservation and ecosystem restoration program. The Plant Program Technician will assist with multiple projects related to native plant species conservation, habitat restoration and invasive plant management. Duties will include conducting plant community surveys; collecting and processing seeds; raising seedlings; planting; installing tree tubes; restoration monitoring; and invasive plant removal. Field work will involve operating 4 wheel drive vehicles in remote areas and working and hiking in steep and rocky terrain in harsh weather conditions. Others duties include working with interns and volunteers, collecting and managing survey data, managing spatial data in ArcMap, data analyses, literature reviews and report and grant preparation. Desired qualifications: • Experience with invasive and native plant management; natural plant community restoration; nursery management; and/or vegetation monitoring. How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to To request more information about this position, please contact

Executive Officer - Fresno, California. San Joaquin River Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled (see below). The San Joaquin River Conservancy (Conservancy), an agency within the State of California Resources Agency, is seeking a dynamic leader dedicated to public service and energized by hard-work to lead this agency to develop and manage the San Joaquin River Parkway. The agency is supported by a total staff of three, plus one full time staff member at the California Wildlife Conservation Board, and an operational budget of $702,000, plus millions of dollars in bond funds available for capital projects. Qualified candidates will: bring the ability to promote and effectively represent the public interests of the Conservancy’s mission, prepare budgets and have a working knowledge of public fiscal controls and public finance; exercise a high degree of sound judgment; possess excellent research, analytical, and writing skills and experience producing complex documents; bring the knowledge and ability to administer bid processes, knowledge of contract provisions and preparation, and ability to oversee contractors, service providers and work products; and, possess a working knowledge and/or experience in conservation, environmental regulation, planning, natural resources management, and related matters. Annual salary: up to $125,000. First review of resumes: no earlier than Friday, August 31, 2018. To be considered for this excellent position, applicants must apply by submitting all required documents as directed on the CalHR job bulletin for this position at: As described on the CalHR job posting, applicants may either apply online or submit a hard copy of the required application and documents to: Rebecca Raus, San Joaquin River Conservancy, For more information, visit or send an email to The San Joaquin River Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.

Livestock & Pasture Maintenance Asst - Moorpark, California. Apricot Lane Farms. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Apricot Lane Farms is a 214-acre organic and biodynamic farm looking for a Livestock and Pasture Maintenance assistant. This program utilizes biodynamic and rotational practices. Equally as important to caring for the livestock is caring for the land and soil on which they are raised. The Livestock/Pasture Maintenance Assistant oversees all aspects of the daily care, feeding, and life support system maintenance of our diverse collection of animals and pastures. This position work will include work with volunteers from our WWOOF program on a daily basis. If interested, email your cover letter, resume, and references. Be sure to TELL US YOUR STORY!!!! No phone calls or stopping by please. Principal Accountabilities: • Responsible for any and all livestock needs at Apricot Lane Farms. • This is hourly position is structured as a six-day/week position, 6:30 AM - 4PM with a 1/2 hour lunch break. However, farming by nature, requires long hours. Therefore, this position may require early mornings and late nights, and on call duties. • Performs daily tasks including, but not limited to, tending to the water and food of all animals, sheering sheep, moving animals from one area to another, organizing supplies, building & moving fences, moving chicken coops, monitoring grass levels, closing chicken coop doors, and mucking stalls. • Assist and facilitate the vetting of animals, under the direction of the Livestock Manager and John Chester. • Perform mowing, fertilizer application, cultivating, spraying and more in the animal pastures of Apricot Lane as needed. • Assists in the birth of all animals across the property and may be on call at all hours of the day or night to do so. • On call as needed to conduct night visits to check on sick animals, nursing animals or animals that are left out in the pasture or orchard. • Responsible for training and overseeing the work of WWOOFer assistants as related to livestock/pastures. • Support the farm's needs outside of all core responsibilities, including, but not limited to, irrigation work, supporting the needs of the orchards, building structures, installing and repairing fencing, tractor operation, running errands and addressing reasonable requests by Farm Management. Requirements: • Ability to maintain clear communication with others. • Detail oriented. • ORGANIZED. • Sincere passion for livestock/animals and the land/animals/ecosystem (especially soil!). • Comfortable with MS Office - Word and Excel. • Must live within 30 minutes of the Farm (potential opportunity to live on the farm may be available with additional responsibilities). Preferred: 6 months to a year farm experience with livestock, 6 months or more farm experience, experience with tractor. Preferred by not required: Experience with Holistic Animal Husbandry, 6 months or more farm experience with Organic Animal Husbandry, Animal Welfare Certification. How to apply:

Holistic Poultry Program Assistant - Moorpark, California. Apricot Lane Farms. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Apricot Lane Farms, a 214 acre Biodynamic and Organic farm, is looking for a new Assistant for our Holistic Poultry Program. This is a long term position that will grow along with the Farm. This program utilizes biodynamic practices in combination with pasture/livestock rotational practices for over 1,000 birds in several different mobile coops varying in age throughout the year from 1 day old chicks/ducklings to 18-month old adult chickens/ducks. Equally as important to caring for the chickens is caring for the land and soil on which they are raised. Our Poultry Program consists of three components : Layer (Eggs) and Roasters (Meat) and Ducks. All are run in coordination with each other throughout the year in order to accommodate for scheduling and space requirements. Principal Accountabilities: • Assist with Mobile Coop Moves during morning animal chores including tractor work and taking down and putting up mobile fences. • General tasks such as deep clean of coop, checking on chickens'/ducks' well-being, collecting eggs, making sure poultry's basic needs are met, general coop maintenance, coop doors shut at end of day (chicken safety), etc. • Assist with general tasks (including but not limited to chicken/duck chores, egg tower cleaning, chicken processing, close ups, transfers at night, etc.). • Assist with egg production including but not limited to hand washing approx. 150-400 eggs on a daily basis (including weighing eggs, sorting eggs, preparing eggs for sale boxes, selling eggs to staff weekly, stamping boxes, logging all information on excel, etc.). • Assist with program schedule (E.T.A. of baby chicks in spring, summer and fall, Processing of adult chickens spring, summer and fall, expansion deadlines and projects, organizing/cleaning different parts of the program areas, coordinating coop moves around other departments and around seasonal situations, etc.). • Assist with Chicken Processing. Requirements: • Ability to maintain clear communication with others, Detail oriented, ORGANIZED, Sincere passion for chickens and the land/animals/ecosystem (especially soil!), Comfortable with MS Office - Word and Excel, Must live within 30 minutes of the Farm. PREFERRED: 6 months to a year farm experience with poultry, 6 months or more farm experience, experience with tractor. PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED: Experience with Holistic Animal Husbandry, 6 months or more farm experience with Organic Animal Husbandry,  Animal Welfare Certification. To apply please email your resume and tell us your story! No phone calls or walk ins please.

Landscape Team Lead - Moorpark, California. Apricot Lane Farms. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Apricot Lane Farms, a Biodynamic/Organic farm is looking for a responsible individual to manage and execute any and all needs of the Apricot Lane Farms Landscaping needs while striving to maintain the principles of Biodynamic and Organic Farming. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: -Upkeep of any and all landscape needs as directed by management. -Collaborates with Habitat Restoration Lead in regards to overlap with Habitat and Landscape needs. -Schedule/Monitor irrigation of plant/trees to ensure sufficient watering. -Oversight and performance of daily task, including but not limited to, dead-head plants, pruning, and mulching, planting, mowing, weed whacking, blowing, trimming, trenching, digging, trash clearing and hand weeding. -Train the field crew for proper planting, pruning, irrigation installation and maintenance procedures. -Oversee and perform upkeep needs of various areas around the farm, including but not limited to, gates and call boxes at main entrances, as well in and around farm buildings. -Prepare schedule for planting, replanting, pruning, treating diseased plants and trees,, gopher trapping as needed, seeding and seed collection, transplants, etc. -Work closely with the Livestock Team to identify and make a plan regarding plants that may be poisonous to the animals. Desired qualifications: -Minimum 3 years experience with organic landscape methods such as hand weeding, etc. -Knowledge of California Native and a wide range of plants including annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees. -Be able to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds. -Supervisory Experience. -Be able/willing to work in a variety of extreme weather conditions. -Irrigation Experience. -Capable of working under pressure and independently as necessary as well as handling a diverse range of responsibilities. -Ability to work as a team member maintaining positive work relations of staff & volunteers. -Ability to operate all tools, vehicles, and equipment required for use by garden staff. -Ability to interact with all levels of management and staff. -For safety purposes, the ability to swim is required. If interested, please send cover letter and resume to No phone calls or walk-ins please.

Field Biologist/Ecologist - Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Gulf South Research Corporation (GSRC). Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. This position will be part of a dynamic, fast-growing environmental consulting organization with projects nationwide. If you have strong environmental management skills and the ability to work as a team member with minimal supervision, you may be the right candidate to join us. Field Biologist/Ecologist position is responsible for conducting vegetation and/or wildlife surveys in support of environmental planning, environmental monitoring, and resource management or assessment projects. The Field Biologist/Ecologist is responsible for knowledge of habitat assessment techniques, the use of taxonomic keys, the ability to assess functional habitat conditions, and ability to design ecological field sampling plans. The Field Biologist/Ecologist needs to be familiar with handheld GPS unit use for field data collection and wetland delineations, field data sheet preparation and use, and field note taking. Field surveys may be required throughout the nation, so a variety of ecosystems will be encountered. This position is located in Baton Rouge, LA. Desired qualifications: BS in ecology, wildlife biology, botany, forestry or related field and 1-5 years of field experience. Field identification of birds or bats (acoustic monitoring) is a plus. MS is preferred. Please submit Resume through the GSRC company website.

Archaeological Project Director - Tucson, Arizona. Gulf South Research Corporation (GSRC). Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The Project Director would contribute to GSRC’s growing archaeological team and assist in expanding our cultural resources management program. The Project Director would manage multi-phase archaeological field projects and write technical reports. Other duties may include, assisting background research for cultural resources projects, and assisting in developing research designs, proposals, and cost estimates. GSRC offers a competitive salary plus a generous benefits package including company paid health insurance, matching 401K, personal time off, Federal holidays, among other benefits. Desired qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related field plus a minimum of two years’ experience in directing cultural resources investigations in the United States. The successful candidate must be capable of managing field crews, writing reports, be willing to travel outside of Tucson, and work on a variety of projects and tasks. Please submit Resume through the GSRC company website.

Mitigation and Restoration Manager - Rosemead, California. Southern California Edison. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. ENERGY FOR WHAT’S AHEAD. Are you looking to make a difference in your career? We’re working on smarter grids, cleaner energy and tools to help people manage energy more efficiently. The Environmental Resources Management Division supports Southern California Edison (SCE) in achieving our goals for creating a clean energy future by providing strategic guidance and technical expertise on managing environmental resource impacts related to both new projects and ongoing operations and maintenance. Our culture promotes innovation to solve complex problems and the development of long-term partnerships to achieve successful outcomes. We are looking for an engaging leader for this exciting opportunity to manage our Mitigation and Restoration (M&R) team in their mission to provide creative solutions for restoring threatened and endangered species habitat temporarily impacted by SCE’s projects and solving the challenges of finding high-quality mitigation lands to offset permanent habitat impacts associated with the construction of new facilities. In addition, the M&R manager will be responsible for overseeing two unique, large-scale restoration projects. These include oversight of the 150-acre San Dieguito Wetland restoration project and construction of a new 200-acre artificial reef expansion related to San Onofre mitigation. SCE’s core values are Safety, Integrity, Excellence, Respect, Continuous Improvement, and Teamwork and these values are strongly supported within our team. This is a highly valued leadership position within the Environmental Resources Management Division reporting to the Principal Manager of the Environmental Resources Management Division and will oversee an energetic team consisting of a mitigation program manager, a restoration program manager, and technical specialists. Typical Responsibilities: •Partner with internal stakeholders, external environmental resource, and land management agencies to develop the habitat restoration and mitigation strategies. •Responsible for selection and oversight of restoration contractors. •Responsible for measuring restoration site progress and making adjustments needed to successfully achieve established performance criteria. •Establish and manage the group’s $10 Million annual budget. •Develop annual goals and track and report progress on those goals. •Manage staff including professional development and performance.  •Contribute to the development of the department’s strategic plan and major initiatives. Desired qualifications: Bachelors Degree, Experience Reviewing or preparing CEQA/NEPA technical reports and sections, Eight years of experience in managing environmental resource issues, Five years of experience managing staff or leading programs or project teams. For more information about this position and to apply, visit

Entry-level Landscape Designer - Los Gatos, California. H. T. Harvey & Associates. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. We have an immediate opening in our Los Gatos office for a creative, analytical, and collaborative entry-level landscape designer. The position involves analyzing sites, creating conceptual designs, preparing construction documents, overseeing construction, and conducting long-term monitoring. Our work focuses on restoring sensitive habitats and creating urban-wildland interfaces that are both engaging and educational for users. Our landscape architecture studio is integrated with our restoration ecology division. We closely collaborate with our wildlife biologists, botanists, and peers in other design disciplines to create sound, science-based design solutions. Required qualifications: Academic degree in landscape architecture. Strong design, organizational, and problem-solving skills. Excellent written, graphic, and oral communication skills. Expertise in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, hand rendering, and site engineering (grading). Understanding of ecological processes. Interested candidates should respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, and work samples to Please limit application material file size to 10 MB. For more information about this position, visit

Water Resources Program Coordinator - Lake County, California. Lake County Water Resources Department. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Under general direction, to coordinate and implement the Water Resources programs of the Water Resources Department, including Clear Lake water enhancement, Lake County Clean Water Program, including NPDES, watershed management, and streambed restoration; to assist with Water Resources budget development and administration; to prepare grant proposals and administer grants; to perform water resources research activities; to provide support during floods; to assist the public with questions about water resource and flood control laws, regulations, and requirements; and to do related work as required. Essential Duties: Develops, implements, and coordinates the Water Resources Department Water Resources Program, including Clear Lake water quality enhancement, Lake County Clean Water Program, including NPDES, watershed management, and streambed restoration; develops and manages aquatic vegetation control efforts; oversees and performs water quality monitoring; provides a variety of consultation to County management and elected officials related to Natural Resource policies, ordinances, and regulations; assists with the development and administration of the Water Resources budget; prepares, submits, and administers grants; seeks and develops a variety of funding sources; develops and carries out public outreach efforts; provides technical and administrative assistance to advisory and resource management committees; prepares proposal requests and participates in the selection of consultants and contractors for work on flood control, watershed management, and streambed restoration programs; performs specialized research projects and analysis, as delegated; develops and prepares comprehensive technical reports related to Water Resources Programs; may patrol flood control projects and coordinate emergency flood control activities, as necessary; investigates field problems affecting property owners and contractors; coordinates Water Resource functions with other County Departments and government agencies; responds to public questions and inquiries related to Department policies and requirements on Clear Lake water enhancement, watershed management, and streambed restoration. Desired qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles, practices, and methods of water quality enhancement, stormwater management, watershed management, and streambed restoration. Principles, methods, and practices of water quality monitoring and water pollution control. Laws, rules, ordinances, and regulations impacting water resource and flood control projects. NPDES Construction methods, materials, and equipment. Contract development and administration. Capital improvement planning. Research and statistical methods. Use of computers and computer applications related to water resource program work. Principles of grant development, administration, and reporting. Lead direction, work coordination, and training. For more information about this position, visit Apply through NEOGOV and submitting answers to supplemental questions located at

Chief Estimator - Petaluma, California. Hanford ARC. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Responsibilities: • Handling assigned projects from initial solicitation through handoff to project team. • Ability to look beyond the information that has been given, take initiative to gather additional information and work to provide a complete cost evaluation. • Ability to make reliable predictions as it relates to cost and be comfortable estimating all scopes of work. • Ability to understand heavy equipment utilization and how to obtain detailed production rates based on anticipated crews. • Manage time appropriately to coordinate quantity take-offs and solicitations for materials, subcontractors, and professional services. • Understand public works bid packages regarding prevailing wages, minority participation, and final proposal details. • Ensure that all components of an estimate are included in the estimate and that there is an ample trail of documented cost evidence. • Ability to prepare conceptual cost estimates and studies from schematic or feasibility-level documentation. • Must be able to collaborate with project team members for estimate reviews, risk analysis, staffing needs and project requirements. • Responsible for other reasonable activities not named which is required by management/leadership. Desired qualifications: Thorough understanding of standard estimating process. Excellent listening skills and strong communication skills. Excellent organization, prioritization and time management skills. To apply, send cover letter and resume to; this is also your contact to request more information.

Director of Education - Avalon, California. Catalina Island Conservancy. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The Director of Education develops, implements and supervises an innovative environmental education program consisting of adult outreach and school-based programs and interpretive facilities using understandings and methods of ecological anthropology, effective nature interpretation and environmental education to effect positive change in ecological literacy and cultural behavior. Desired qualifications: Experience in designing and implementing innovative environmental education programs. To apply, email resume and cover letter to For more information about this position contact

Restoration Ecologist - San Francisco Bay Area. H. T. Harvey & Associates. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. We have an immediate opening in our Los Gatos office for a staff level restoration ecologist. The selected candidate will work on ecological restoration planning, design, implementation, and monitoring projects in a variety of geographic locations and habitats (e.g., riparian, wetland, estuarine, oak woodland, coastal scrub, grassland, semi-arid). The work will include an interesting and rewarding blend of field work, data analysis, technical writing, and collaborative meetings with experts in various disciplines (e.g., restoration and wildlife ecologists, landscape architects, hydrologists/engineers). Our firm’s restoration projects are complex and tend to require deep collaboration across disciplines. Therefore, the position requires strong verbal and written communications skills. Required qualifications: -Academic background in restoration or plant ecology. -Expertise in some or most of the following: habitat restoration design; plant ecology; wetland and/or riparian ecology and hydrology; soil science; statistical design and analysis; and plant taxonomy. -Solid technical writing ability. -Strong communication and collaboration skills. -Willingness to travel throughout California and beyond. Interested candidates should respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and references. More information on the position and how to apply is at

Science Program Manager - Berkeley, California. California Invasive Plant Council. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Are you passionate about protecting natural areas around the state? Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills and creativity to make a change in the world? We are looking for a dynamic and versatile professional to join our team and lead science-based projects that make a difference. The California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC) is a conservation leader, supporting the state's land management community in protecting our lands and waters from invasive plants for over 25 years. As Science Program Manager you will team with our Conservation Program Manager in implementing a range of projects that strengthen invasive plant management in California. These projects take a variety of forms: coordinating regional partners for on-the-ground weed control work, writing technical manuals, assessing impacts of invasive plants, designing online decision-support tools, and more. The Science Program Manager also oversees two of Cal-IPC's core functions: conducting assessments to determine which plants are considered invasive in California and organizing the program for our annual conference where land managers and researchers network and update each other on new findings from the field. You will serve as our go-to source on matters of botany (with extensive back-up from our membership) and you will supply tools and information to the land management community. For more information on the position, visit Desired qualifications: Knowledge of California flora and invasive plant management is a primary qualification for this position. You should have a degree in ecology, botany, wildlife biology, natural resource management, or related field, with an advanced degree preferred. Experience managing projects is critical, with experience working in the nonprofit sector—including grant writing— being especially useful. The following are meaningful skills for this position: • Strong project management skills, with ability to track multiple projects and deadlines • Capability of working independently and as a team member • Strong interpersonal skills, professional and engaging manner with coworkers, board of directors, and diverse partners • Flexibility and versatility to work on a variety of projects • Strong written and verbal communications • Proven analytical and problem-solving ability • Strong computer skills, including basic GIS • Attention to detail and highly organized. To apply: send cover letter & resume to

Wanted: Southern San Joaquin Valley Assistant Field Manager - Turlock, California. River Partners. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. This position assists the Regional Director and Restoration Field Manager to manage and implement riparian habitat restoration projects in the Sacramento Valley. This is a full-time position – approximately 10% of time will be spent in the Turlock Office assisting with grant and contract administration and 90% of time will be spent in the field assisting with restoration implementation duties. Desired qualifications: Bachelor degree in one of the natural resource sciences, agriculture, engineering, construction management or related field. Basic understanding of issues in ecology, agriculture, engineering, communications, and government. Strong writing and verbal communication skills. Skills necessary to support contract and grant preparation and/or administration. Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite software is required. Creatively solve problems and learn new skills. Demonstrate good organizational skills and a strong work ethic. A clean CA Driver’s license with no restrictions. Possess the ability to communicate in basic Spanish (preferred, but not required). Qualified Applicator’s License (preferred, but not required. Successful applicant is expected to obtain QAL with 6 months of hire.) Integrity and ethics beyond reproach. Ability to travel when needed (includes overnight trips). How to apply: Email (1) cover letter (2) complete CV/resume, and (3) references to Mona Dagy at Please put Sac. Valley Asst. Field Manager-“Your Name” in the subject line. No phone calls. For full job posting, please see

Restoration Technician - Fresno area. Prunuske Chatham, Inc. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Part-time. Irrigation and maintenance of riparian restoration plantings in Reedley and Herndon, CA. Approximately 1-2 days per week now through November, then starting again next spring. Work includes irrigation repair. Desired qualifications: Must be physically fit, able to carry 50 lbs, able to pass a pre-employment drug test and have a clean driving record. Vehicle provided if needed. Experience with drip irrigation preferred, although we will train. Must be responsible, able to work independently, able to write well and report in using a smart phone and/or computer. How to apply: Please send a resume by email to For more about PCI, see

Restoration Project Manager - Walla Walla, Washington. Tri-State Steelheaders. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The project manager’s duties include all aspects of implementing projects in support of Tri-State Steelheaders’ mission. This includes project development, applying for grants, contract management, bids and procurement processes, permitting, and construction supervision. Generally, projects improve riparian and instream habitat, correct fish passage barriers, and improve water quality. MAJOR DUTIES:  Project Development (40%) • Landowner outreach and meetings • Develop project materials such as maps, site photos, and site plans • Research funding opportunities • Complete grant applications • Develop cost estimates and project budgets.  Project Implementation (40%) • Apply for and secure project permits (local, state, and federal) • Participate in project design processes with consultants • Prepare bid and specification documents for consultants and construction contractors • Administer bid processes and contract awards • Develop contracts • Develop and implement planting plans • General project administration • Construction supervision • Volunteer supervision • Project monitoring.  Grant Administration (10%) • Grant invoicing • Track grant and project budgets • Progress and final reports • Compliance with grant contracts. Other Duties, As Needed (10%) • Represent the Steelheaders at local and regional meetings of cooperators • Attend staff meetings • Assist with education and recreation programs, as needed • Assist with developing outreach materials • Training and development • Assist with conducting Steelheaders’ events • Deliver presentations to diverse audiences.  QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree in biology, fisheries, ecology, environmental science or related fields. • Interest in working in the non-profit sector. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. • Strong written and verbal communication skills for a variety of audiences. • Attention to detail. • Ability to work independently. • Ability to work in a small office setting. • Valid driver’s license and dependable transportation. • Problem solving skills and attitude. • A collaborative attitude is essential. DESIRED SKILLS AND INTERESTS: • Grant writing experience. • Knowledge of general habitat needs of salmonids. • Knowledge of local habitats and ecosystems. • Knowledge of restoration techniques, such as bioengineering and large wood structures. • Experience in applied habitat restoration. • Experience in project management, leading groups, or other supervisory capacity. • Knowledge of native vegetation of eastern Washington. • Familiarity with use of hand tools and heavy equipment. • Spanish language skills. To apply, visit and download the application form. Email your completed application form, resume and cover letter to the indicated address.

Executive Director - Chico, California. Northern California Regional Land Trust. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The Northern California Regional Land Trust (NCRLT) seeks a full-time, permanent executive director. NCRLT assists landowners, agencies, and other conservation partners in the voluntary protection of land and other natural resources. NCRLT is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that owns, manages, and holds conservation easements on more than 24,700 acres in Butte, Glenn, and Tehama Counties in Northern California. Qualified candidates should email their resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to For more information, visit

Restoration Design Engineer - Petaluma, Oakland, or San Francisco, California. Environmental Science Associates. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. We are seeking an experienced restoration design engineer to join our expert team of planners, hydrologists, geomorphologists, and engineers in the Bay Area (Petaluma or Oakland office preferred). The position includes management and leadership of innovative, science-based habitat restoration projects varying in scale and complexity in rivers, creeks and wetlands. Many of our multi-objective projects often involve direct collaboration with ESA’s Biology, Cultural Resources and Permitting practitioners as well as coordination with other project teaming partners. Primary responsibilities include leading the development and production of engineering plans and specifications, basis-of-design documents, and cost estimates; and providing construction support. This is a project management position with that requires effective staff, schedule and budget management as well as business development and contract acquisition activities. Desired qualifications: The minimum requirements for this position are a B.S. or higher degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or related field, a valid (or pending) professional engineer’s license (P.E.), and 4 years of relevant work experience. Training and/or experience working in California watershed systems including hydrology and hydrologic modeling, hydraulic analysis, AutoCAD Civil 3D, fluvial or estuarine geomorphology, fish passage, design of habitat structures, project permitting, project management, staff supervision and business development are desirable. You must have excellent writing skills and the ability to verbally communicate effectively with colleagues and clients. To learn more about this position, visit; to apply,

Temporary Nursery Assistant (Non-exempt) - Oakland, California. Save The Bay. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The Temporary Nursery Assistant contributes to the restoration of San Francisco Bay Estuary tidal marsh projects at Save The Bay by assisting Nursery Staff in our native plant facilities. The Temporary Nursery Assistant will work on a contract basis for 20 hours per week for a limited three-month period. The Temporary Nursery Assistant will work in our native plant nurseries, propagating transition zone native species, assisting in maintenance and integrated pest management projects, and work independently to complete restoration team goals at nurseries and sites throughout the Bay area. This position reports to the Associate Director of Nurseries and works closely with the Nursery Specialist and the Habitat Restoration Team during staff workdays and nursery programs. The Temporary Nursery Assistant will be responsible for the following activities: Primary responsibilities: • Support Nursery Staff in plant propagation tasks at Save The Bay’s five nursery sites (Palo Alto, San Lorenzo, Bel Marin Keys, Ravenswood, and Oakland), including seed sowing, transplanting, divisions, fertilization, and culling; • Assist in nursery maintenance projects, including, but not limited to, construction, irrigation, weeding, and organization; • Conduct and oversee nursery Best Management Practices regarding plant pathogens, including pot sanitization, soil heat treatment, and other sanitization methods; • Participate in seed collection activities and steward native seed storage organization and tracking; • Join staff-only workdays; • Co-lead our community-based volunteer programs with HRT staff at our native plant nurseries and in the field as needed for adult and student volunteer programs and with tasks such as native seed collection, non-native plant removal, propagation and outplantings, and shoreline trash and debris removal; • Other duties as assigned. No benefits are associated with this temporary position. Desired qualifications: Qualifications: • Undergraduate degree (B.A. or B.S.) in ecology, horticulture, environmental studies, biology or related field desired • Knowledge of basic Bay ecology and plant species native to the Bay Area and common invasive species • Experience in restoration field work, monitoring, and natural resource management • Detail-oriented with strong communication and organizational skills • Computer proficiency with Windows software package and Internet research applications • Ability to complete tasks independently and work well in a team • Prior native plant nursery skills are plus • Occasional weekend availability a plus • Ability to work in the field in inclement weather conditions • Clean background check • CPR certified (if not certified, training courses are offered frequently and subsidized by Save The Bay) • Valid California driver’s license and clean driving record • Ownership (or unrestricted access) to a vehicle to use for work purposes • Ability to lift at least 40 lbs and complete physically demanding work for specific field and nursery tasks. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Please make sure to include the position title in the subject line.

Community Programs Manager - San Francisco, California. Literacy for Environmental Justice. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Literacy for Environmental Justice (LEJ) is a place-based nonprofit organization which for 20 years has strengthened at-risk communities and the natural environment in Southeast San Francisco, with an emphasis on engagement with children and youth. Our work has ranged from campaigns to address food deserts in the Bayview/Hunters Point District, to organizing grassroots momentum to close polluting energy plants, to development of San Francisco's first net zero energy and Bayview Hunters Point’s first LEED Platinum-Certified green building, and spearheading a major park infrastructure and habitat improvement project for Candlestick Point State Recreation Area on the SF Bay Shore including the creation of new walk, boat, and hike in only campsites. LEJ links extensively with public agency, non-profit, grassroots community, and corporate partners. We received an Environmental Justice award from the US EPA in 2011, among other awards and recognition. But our core activities have always revolved around connecting marginalized youth and other San Franciscans with nature by getting their 'hands on the land' through experiential environmental education, service-learning, habitat stewardship, outdoor recreation, and 'green-collar' workforce development for upwards of 600 mainly low-income youth of-color annually. The two programs through which LEJ achieves this are: • Eco-Adventures – A combined culturally relevant environmental education, service-learning, and outdoor recreation program, inclusive of classroom presentations, overnight campouts, habitat stewardship sessions, kayaking, hiking, and more for several hundred low-income youth ages 9-18 annually. The Eco-Adventures Program is keyed to new non-motorized campsites, other recreational opportunities, a new interpretive center, and habitat parcels which we’re creating and partnering with at Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, along with local open-space tracts & Southeast San Francisco’s shoreline. • Eco-Apprentices – Prepares 16-25 high-school, local college and disadvantage transition-age youth annually for entry into the rapidly-growing ‘green-collar’ employment sector, driven by skyrocketing interest in green infrastructure approaches to water conservation, habitat restoration, and climate-smart landscaping. Our own rapidly-growing mission-related commercial native plant nursery and increasing role in local urban greening projects provide well-aligned venues for Eco-Apprentices’ training. LEJ also engages Southeast San Francisco community residents in parks planning & development decision-making as well as in hundreds of volunteers in hands-on open-space stewardship by hosting environmental, corporate, civic, and faith-based service organizations in the restoration of San Francisco's environmental legacy. The Community Programs Manager will lead and support implementation of our public engagement programs at a time of steady organizational growth and development. Desired qualifications: Knowledgeable and enthusiastic about community outreach among low-income urban constituencies. Communicates with at-risk children & youth in terms that are relevant to them• Has got the linkages between health and justice for the environment and for vulnerable urban constituencies down cold• Collaboration-minded. Understands the phrase, 'power with – not power over.' Balances big-picture and detail thinking and action; can lead the activity & then do the paperwork.• Hasn't a problem managing scenarios where people from different backgrounds interface.• Not the first rodeo when it comes to managing multi-level programming.• Loves the outdoors and sharing it with others. Patience and diplomatic skills are in the toolbox. Works well in fast-paced environment. Is goal-oriented. Please email your resume and thoughtful cover letter describing your achievement of the requirements to: Patrick Marley Rump, Executive Director Literacy for Environmental Justice, Please no phone calls about this position.

Crew Member - Petaluma / Northern California. Hanford ARC. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Job Summary: To provide erosion control and construction labor in a safe and efficient, productive manner. Duties and Responsibilities: • Irrigation installation, testing, maintenance and removal; • Native plant installation with amendments (browse control cages, mulched basins, etc.); • Plant establishment and site maintenance over time; • Soil preparation, blending, and restoration techniques; • Herbicide handling, mixing, transport, and application (both back- and front-country environments); • Native seed application (hand-broadcasting, hydro-seeding, and drill seeding-capability); • Infrastructure (concrete, rock, bioengineering, fencing); • Erosion control (netting, fabric, straw application, wattles, etc.); • Perform other related duties as required. Travel: Requires long hours driving- Requires starting work in early morning (5:00 – 6:00 am). Desired qualifications: Knowledge of standard construction procedures, including heavy equipment operation, underground work, irrigation, hardscaping and landscaping. • Knowledge of safety standards and procedures, OSHA requirements and training requirements. • Power tool operation/ Maintenance /trailering experience • Good health and strength for physical work and comfortable with heavy lifting • Willingness to learn and develop good communication skills • Comfortable with Inclement weather Credentials and Experience: • Valid CA license, clean driving record and no criminal record • Desired interest in Natural Resource Conservation or learning about it • Desired Native Plants, Plant knowledge and Identification • CPR/First Aid. To apply or for more information, send an email to

Restoration Project Manager - Humboldt County, California. Save the Redwoods League. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Founded 100 years ago, Save the Redwoods League is a conservation leader that ensures California's unique redwood forests exist for millennia more. In this next century, we are focused on restoring and protecting a region containing half of the world’s remaining ancient old-growth redwood forests and tallest trees. Redwoods Rising is a new collaboration between Save the Redwoods League, the National Park Service, and California State Parks to accelerate recovery of the parks’ historically logged redwood forests and help protect Redwood National and State Parks’ remaining old growth groves. The Restoration Project Manager will manage and coordinate all aspects of the compliance, permitting, and implementation of large-scale and highly complex redwood forest ecosystem restoration and park support projects for the Redwoods Rising initiative. Visit our Careers page at for more information. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS: • Manages all aspects of environmental permitting and compliance for large scale, highly complex restoration projects. • Leads the California State Parks, National Parks, League, and consultant team to establish CEQA, NEPA, NHPA, and Public Resource Code (PRC) 5024 compliance and regulatory permits. • Conducts regular team meetings and manages project schedules. • Coordinates all aspects of restoration planning and implementation. Desired qualifications: • Master’s degree in a relevant field, such as natural resources management, restoration ecology, conservation planning, or equivalent experience • Minimum of 5 years’ experience and strong track record of success in park restoration project compliance, permitting, and management. • Experience in state and federal compliance and permitting processes, including interagency review and approval. • Familiarity with the policies, laws, regulatory and permitting requirement of local, state, federal, and government institutions (including the California Department of Parks and Recreation, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the California Coastal Conservancy, the California Wildlife Conservation Board, and the National Park Service) is required • Passion for forest conservation, land management, and natural cultural resource preservation. To be considered, your full application must include the following: • A cover letter addressing why you are a great fit for this role • A resume that details your relevant experience • Salary expectations To Apply: Email the above documents to with the subject heading "Restoration Project Manager."

Associate Project Planner - Sacramento, California. The Westervelt Company. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. Westervelt Ecological Services, a division of The Westervelt Company, creates mitigation banks and provides environmental mitigation and habitat planning services to landowners, businesses, government agencies, and land trusts. Our established industry leaders excel in the field of wetland and endangered species mitigation services, to create a nationwide habitat mitigation company. We are currently seeking an Associate Project Planner. The Associate Project Planner will assist in the reconnaissance, site acquisition, development, and compliance tracking of mitigation projects and banks. The position will require the ability to work closely with different project managers and disciplines within the office to achieve regional entitlement goals. Desired qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, biology, or related field. • Three to four years of field survey work or related experience with wetlands and California wildlife. GIS experience preferred. • Knowledge of environmental permitting issues in California and Colorado and mitigation document preparation. • Familiarity with wetland and species regulatory policies. • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with team members of other disciplines. • Ability to perform both field work and office document preparation. For more information contact Competitive salary and excellent benefits package. If interested, please submit resume to

Wildlife Biologist / Project Manager - Ventura, California. Wildscape Restoration. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. The Biologist position requires a minimum of three to five years of experience providing biological consulting services. Responsibilities include biological field surveys, nesting bird surveys, construction monitoring, habitat assessments, wetland delineations, revegetation monitoring and data collection, vegetation mapping/surveying, preparation of biological resource assessment documents, preparation of biological constraint/impact reports, development of mitigation measures, regulatory permit preparation and coordination, and preparation of CEQA/NEPA documents. The ratio of office to field work varies and will often be more concentrated on technical writing and analysis. Required skills include extensive knowledge of Southern California flora and fauna with a focus on special status species. Desired skills include advanced analytical, writing and communication skills, and a degree in the environmental/biological sciences. This position requires regular and frequent communication, feedback, and coordination as support to Project Managers and Principals. Desired qualifications: • Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Environmental or Biological Sciences or equivalent experience • Extensive knowledge of Southern California flora and fauna with a focus on special status species. Experience with regulatory permitting requirements, CEQA/NEPA processes, and habitat restoration • Ability to conduct field work in strenuous conditions, including hot, cold, or wet weather and/or steep terrain. • Professional etiquette • Ability to balance multiple tasks through to completion • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure • Must be self-motivated • Strong focus on efficiency and development of new procedures to increase efficiency • Strong communication and organizational skills • Extremely detail-oriented • Willingness to work in a team environment or independently as assigned • Excellent analytical skills. To request more information about this position:; to apply: Please email a cover letter in MS Word format addressed to the Human Resources Representative with your desired salary range, current circumstances and long-term career goals. In addition, submit a resume in MS Word format.

Field Biologist - Sacramento, California. H. T. Harvey & Associates. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. We have an immediate opening in our Sacramento office for a full-time field biologist with a strong background in one or more of the following disciplines: botany, plant ecology, wetland ecology, natural resources management, restoration ecology, wildlife biology, or similar technical background. The field biologist will assist senior-level biologists in our office and throughout our firm with a variety of field surveys for special-status species, preparation of background studies and technical reports, preparation of permit application packages, habitat impact assessments, preparation of natural resources management and conservation plans, and habitat monitoring studies. The position involves work throughout Central and Northern California, and may require occasional overnight travel. Desired qualifications: • 2-5 years of relevant professional experience; experience in some or most of the following areas: rare plant surveys, wetland delineations, vegetation mapping, plant population and community monitoring, natural resource management and planning, and, construction monitoring, and weed management; academic background in any discipline described above; demonstrable technical writing ability; strong communication and collaboration skills; willingness to travel throughout California and beyond. Candidates with an M.S. or a Ph.D. are preferred, but those with a B.S. and direct relevant experience will be considered. For more information on this position, visit Interested candidates should respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and references (please combine materials into one file).

Restoration Technician I/II - San Diego, California. KMEA. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. KMEA is a multi-discipline environmental services firm growing its contracts with the Federal Government and private sector clients. We are seeking a Habitat Restoration Technician, for work activity in the Camp Pendleton area, experienced in conducting weeding, soil preparation, seeding, planting, propagation and monitoring for restoration projects. Work duties include weeding and habitat restoration activities including special status habitat types. Currently these assignments are Part-Time On-Call (no fringe benefits), we are currently in discussion to expand these contracts which may make these positions Full Time with fringe benefits. The Restoration Technician should have familiarity with planting and weeding, work plans, watering systems for remote projects, pesticide applications and demonstrated field skills. The Restoration technician will work with the Restoration Leader and team members in performance of field work and may perform job functions independently as required. The position is primarily field-based and does require good physical conditioning and travel to work sites. Desired qualifications: Performance Responsibilities • Hand weeding and pesticide application. • Follow work plans, restoration plans, and health & safety plans. • Conduct seeding, hydro-seeding, planting and propagation. • Build and maintain grow yards, nurseries, transfer and plant plants. • Use of hand tools and machinery related to farming and restoration projects. • Learn and use Conservation Measures. • Learn plants species native to California. • Read irrigation diagrams and maps. • Operate OHVs, 4 wheel drives, and water truck. Required Experience and Qualifications • High School graduate or equivalent. • Ability to work in the field, hiking all day, in all weather including hot summer. • California Pesticide Qualified Applicators Certificate (QAC) license preferred. • Knowledge of weeds and California plants highly desirable. • SIX months field experience in nursery, planting, or habitat restoration required. • Working knowledge soil preparation, irrigation methods, and nursery equipment. • Knowledge of heavy equipment, water trucks, farm equipment, four-wheel drive. • Seeding, hydro-seeding, and plant propagation for restoration desirable. • Good oral communication skills. Other Requirements • Must be able to work outside full time with long exposure to weather and elements. • Must be in good physical condition, able to walk, hike and carry gear independently. • Must pass drug test, MVR check and federal government background check. • Must be a U.S. resident or have permanent citizenship. • Must be able to travel daily up to 100% of the time for field assignments in Southern California. • Safety focus required, first aid/CPR a plus. KMEA is an EOE and encourages U.S. Military Veterans and other Protected Class Applicants to apply. If interested in this employment opportunity, please send resume to For more information about KMEA, please visit

Term Field Crew Archaeological Position - Mineral, California. Sierra Institute for Community and Environment. Application Filing Deadline: Open until filled. This field crew technician position will be a minimum of six months, with the possibility of extension. Start and end dates may be flexible for the right candidate. The Sierra Institute for Community and Environment (Sierra Institute) is seeking a motivated individual to fill the term position of Archaeological Technician. This is a non-supervisory, full-time, six-month position with Lassen Volcanic National Park (LVNP) and Sierra Institute staff. Successful candidates must meet the minimum Secretary of Interior Qualified Archaeologist requirements. The position will be responsible for assisting LVNP’s cultural resource program with National Historic Preservation Act and Archeological Resource Protection Act implementation and compliance. The candidate will work on survey projects in LVNP. Other tasks and duties may be assigned as needed to fulfill project work associated with our funding source. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities: • Conduct investigations and reporting on cultural resource projects for compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and other historic preservation legislation; • Conduct surveys, site identification, and evaluations using standard archaeological and historic preservation techniques; • Prepare site, project, and evaluation reports; • Provide data, rationale, policy and legal compliance in making recommendations to the Sierra Institute and LVNP management; • Assist staff in identifying, evaluating, and monitoring cultural resources, and consult and coordinate for restoration projects; • Assume a leadership role with lower-grade archeologist and undergraduate intern field crew members; • May review LVNP projects for impacts to cultural resources; • May provide archeological monitoring for large scale construction activities. Desired qualifications: Master’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related field; Minimum of one year combined archaeological field experience at an accredited archaeological field school, professional cultural resources firm, or government agency; Experience performing archaeological survey; Ability to meet deadlines; Detail-oriented, organized, and able to work well on simultaneous tasks; Competent at taking detailed project notes; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Competent at collecting field data using Trimble GPS; Basic understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and other historic preservation laws; A valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation. To apply, please send your resume and contact information for three references as one PDF to with “Archaeological Technician” in the subject line. Please include where you heard about the job in the text of the email. Position is open until filled, though review of applications will begin on April 30, 2018. Please call (530) 284-1022 with questions or visit