RCD of Santa Monica Mountains Hiring Restoration and Landscape Design Conservation Biologist

The RCDSMM is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, self-motivated biologist to assist with field research and restoration work while generating and leading new projects to study and enhance the habitat and natural resources of the Santa Monica Mountains. They offer a proven record of successful grant applications and project support, mentoring by a well-recognized researcher, flexible schedule, and a great work environment. The starting date is negotiable but preference given to applicants who can start no later than May 1, 2020. Click here for the position description.

Ventura County Hiring Restoration Ecologist

VCRCD is seeking a versatile restoration professional to fill the position of Restoration Ecologist. The ideal candidate will have worked on diverse multi-beneficial ecological restoration and conservation projects in the natural communities of the South Coast Ecoregion. Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate: experience planning and implementing restoration projects, a history of fieldwork, especially biological surveying and monitoring, and the ability to identify and distinguish native and non-native flora and fauna. The Restoration Ecologist will assist VCRCD’s staff with day-to-day operations with an emphasis on identifying and pursuing opportunities to develop restoration projects for the District. Duties may include but are not limited to: collecting and evaluating data to fulfill current and future grant deliverables; collaborating with partners to develop and write new grants; managing assigned projects and programs, and fostering relationships by representing VCRCD at local and regional meetings and events. This position was announced on March 11. Click here for the position description.

Tahoe RCD Hiring for Multiple Positions

Tahoe RCD has several positions open. See the full listing of open positions with the job descriptions on their Employment page.

Environmental Technician II – Restoration/Forestry/Land Management Crew Leads and Assistant Crew Leads

Labor-intensive and physically demanding position, serving as Crew Lead/Assistant Crew Lead for the purposes of implementing restoration, forestry, and maintenance projects on public lands, as well as other associated tasks. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including holidays, evenings and weekends. Positions available June through mid-November. Applications due by March 1st.

Environmental Technician I – Restoration/Forestry/Land Management Crew Members

Labor-intensive and physically demanding position, working as an integral member of a crew implementing restoration, forestry, and maintenance projects, as well as performing other associated tasks. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including holidays, evenings and weekends. Positions available June through mid-November. Applications due by March 1st.

Environmental Technician II – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Assistant Site Supervisor

Become an Assistant Supervisor for Watercraft Inspectors in Lake Tahoe and help prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species. Whether you are environmentally focused, mechanically minded, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team. Multiple positions available around the Lake. Position open until filled. Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.

Environmental Technician I – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Watercraft Inspector

Become a Watercraft Inspector in Lake Tahoe and help prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species. Whether you are environmentally focused, mechanically minded, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team. Multiple positions available around the Lake. Position open until filled. Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.

Environmental Technician I – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Public Information Specialist

The Public Information Specialist helps to prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species by coordinating efforts at inspection stations and educating the public through phone, email and social media. Whether you are environmentally focused, interested in education, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team. Position located in South Lake Tahoe. Position open until filled. Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.

Environmental Technician II – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Outreach Specialist

Tahoe Resource Conservation District is seeking an Outreach Specialist to facilitate the ongoing implementation of the Aquatic Invasive Species Program by coordinating with partners, tabling events, providing educational opportunities in schools, and developing materials for inspection stations throughout the Lake Tahoe Basin. This is a full time seasonal position. Position open until filled. Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.

Resource Conservation Districts and the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts are equal opportunity employers. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.