This Week’s Top Conservation & Science Jobs

Published on March 25th, 2016 | by

March 25th, 2016 by

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The top conservation & science jobs for this week include listings for an environmental health consultant, a professor of evolutionary ecology, a water project manager for a conservation organization, the managing editor for a renowned environmental magazine, and more.

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Here are the top conservation and science job listings for the week of March 25th, 2016:

Environmental Health Consultant: NRDC
NRDC is expanding our team in India and is seeking a new expert position in New Delhi to work with our team and partners. The position is for a consultant with experience in environmental health. The position would play an active role in advancing work in India on climate change and clean energy and involve research, investigation, and analysis of various elements of the India initiative’s work. The positions will include direct engagement with partners, government officials, and stakeholders as well as project management, and would work on a consulting basis.

Professor (W3) for Evolutionary Ecology of Animals: Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt/Main
Successful candidates shall have a well-established expertise of the current evolutionary ecology research of animals and have a laboratory as well as an outdoor experimental approach. The focus should be on metazoans and fields like population genetics, nature conservation biology, behavioural ecology, and/or organismic interactions. The appointee shall be able to cover the entire teaching spectrum of animal ecology and evolutionary biology, in particular for the faculty’s Bachelor studies in Biosciences, the Master study programmes of the institute, and the teacher’s training programme. The candidate is expected to account for his or her qualification for the undergraduate teaching of Organismal Biology, especially on the diversity of indigenous animals.

Equal Exchange Customer Service Representative
Equal Exchange is a Fair Trade organization and coffee roaster headquartered in West Bridgewater, MA. The Equal Exchange Customer Service Department is seeking a Customer Service Representative to serve our customers in schools, congregations and faith-based organizations, and assist with serving Sales Department customers as well. We are looking for motivated candidates with strong communication and problem-solving skills, excellent attention to detail, and the ability to work well with others. Previous customer service experience preferred.

Senior Project Manager, Vital Signs & Freshwater Health Index: Conservation International
The Senior Project Manager (SPM) is responsible for planning, tracking and reporting of all components of Vital Signs and the Freshwater Health Index projects and ensures timely completion of project commitments, milestones and reporting. The SPM monitors the overall workings and progress of the two projects, and presents oral and written reports, defining plans, problems and resolutions to the Chief Scientist and other appropriate levels of management on current and emerging project-wide and institutional issues that require attention. (S)he identifies and opportunities and makes recommendations for business process improvements within the overall scope of the two projects.

Managing Editor, Sierra Magazine: Sierra Club
Context: Manages editorial production and general administrative and financial operations of Sierra magazine and sierramagazine.org, ensuring a smoothly functioning overall operation as well as the timeliness, quality, and accuracy of editorial materials. Scope: The Managing Editor supervises magazine staff involved in copyediting, production, accounting, and general editorial and administrative support of Sierra and sierramagazine.org. Works closely with editors to ensure smooth operations. Acts as a liaison between the editorial and art and production departments, working with the Production & Digital Engagement Manager, Copy Chief, and Art Director in tasks related to production.

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