ENVI Job Postings

  • GHD 

    Posted September 27, 2019.

    Working with the Environmental Contamination, Assessment and Remediation group, this position offers good variety of tasks including supporting project teams both in the Farmington Hills office and in the field on projects associated primarily with: environmental remediation, due diligence, and investigation; field project oversight; and potentially conceptual design projects involving environmental, civil and/or construction disciplines. More information can be found on the Michigan AIPG website

  • Bridge Magazine 

    Posted October 24, 2019

    Bridge Magazine seeks an ambitious, adventurous reporter to cover Michigan’s environment for our nonpartisan publication. You will have our lower and upper peninsulas as a canvas in one of America’s great newsmaking states. More information can be found here. 

     

  • Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
    • General Museum Educator 
    • Up to 20 hours per week
    • $10/hour

    More Information [PDF]

  • Brashears and Graham, Inc.

    Environmental Scientist/Geologist, Madison, Wisconsin office of Leggette

    • 0 to 5 years of experience. Successful candidates will, at a minimum,
    • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, geology, or a related field.
    • The position requires routine travel for work at various sites throughout the Midwest and occasionally at sites nationwide.
    • Field work may include soil/sediment/groundwater sample collection, construction observation/contractor management, maintenance of remediation systems, and inspection/surveying activities for environmental site assessments.
    • Office duties may include data reduction/evaluation, maintenance/calibration of a variety of field instrumentation, and preparation of technical reports.
    • Familiarity with Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD, and GIS is desirable.
    • The candidate must have strong written and verbal communication skills and demonstrate a high level of initiative.

    Please have any suitors send their resume to Brian Kimpel directly at brian.kimpel@lbgil.com

  • Eastern Michigan University 

    Bicrobial Ecology Technician

    The Grman and Price Labs in Eastern Michigan University’s Biology Department seek a research technician to help conduct research on legume-rhizobium interactions. To apply, please submit application materials to emich.edu/jobs (search for “research assistant”; you want job number 2128; https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/emichedu/jobs/2643312/research-assistant-i?keywords=research%20assistant&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs). You will need to submit a cover letter along with a current resume/CV, unofficial transcript (as attachments), and the names and contact information for two professional references. In the cover letter, please indicate your dates of availability and the reason you are interested in the position. The successful candidate will hold at least a bachelor’s degree in microbiology, ecology, biology, or a related field; preference will be given to candidates with a M.S. or graduate coursework in relevant fields. Previous research experience, particularly in microbiology, is desirable. Applications must be received by December 15th

  • Fund for the Public Interest

    Campaigning, Ann Arbor

    $10-16/hour

    More information

  • Herpetological Resource and Management

    Wildlife Field Technician

    HRM is looking for organized, responsible, adaptable and dedicated people to join our team. Currently, we are seeking 1- 2 seasonal full time employees to assist with inventory, monitoring, headstart, rescue/translocation, and habitat restoration work focused on amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic macroinvertebrates throughout Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

    See the HRM website for more information.


     

    Wildlife Biologist

    HRM has an immediate opening for a full-time team member to assist with inventory, monitoring, rescue/translocation, and habitat restoration work focused on amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic macroinvertebrates throughout Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

    See the HRM website for more information.

  • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)

    Constitution Hall, Lansing, MI

    This position will serve as a senior enforcement recognized resource analyst responsible for coordinating escalated enforcement cases in the Hazardous Waste Program under Part 111, Hazardous Waste Management, of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA), in the Department of Environmental Quality's Waste Management and Radiological Protection Division (WMRPD). Specifically, this position will manage and coordinate administrative and civil enforcement cases for matters involving 1) violations of the hazardous waste management regulations and 2) implementation of corrective action requirements under Part 111 of the NREPA and other applicable state statutes and rules and the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and its regulations.

    Application: Environmental Quality Analyst 9-P11 position

  • Newfound Harbor Marine Institute
    Big Pine Key, Florida
    SEACAMP Science Instructor
    Summer and year-long positions
    Contact: info@seacamp.org
  • Nutty Scientists

    Southeast Michigan

    If you have experience working with children, love science, and enjoy entertaining and educating kids, you now have a chance to work in an exciting and fulfilling environment! Become a part of a worldwide family and leader in science education. Have fun while making children laugh, play, go nutty and learn!

    Application

  • Oakland County Michigan

    Recreation Program Supervisor-Nature Education

    Waterford, MI

    Under direction, plans, develops, creates, promotes and implements a variety of programs, including clinics, special events, trips, outreach, local tourism, experiences, day camps, golf tournaments, campgrounds recreation, outdoor gear rental, and corporate/ group retreats for people of all ages and abilities. Works with Parks Supervisors to determine facility needs, updates and additions. Drafts budget proposals and routinely evaluates programs to determine their importance, effectiveness and success with cost recovery goals. Utilizes current county-wide and/ or departmental specific software to complete assignments.

    Supervises part-time. Seasonal and part-time eligible employees. On-call 24/7 year-round.

    $55,026.92 - $71,795.36 Annually, Job Information [PDF]

  • The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc.

    Lab Technician & Environmental Scientists

    Canton, MI

    Hiring 1-2 full time Technicians or Environmental Scientists

    Technician responsibilities include providing assistance to senior scientists/geologists in a laboratory setting; assembling, preparing and processing samples for analysis; conducting data quality checks; and preparing reports. Candidates will work with team of multidisciplinary professionals in both an office and field setting working on a variety of geo-environmental projects. Experience with microscopes and course work in optical mineralogy, 40-hour HAZWHOPER, proficiency with MS Office, excellent work ethic, and GIS proficiency is preferred.

    Recent grads with degree in geology, GIS or other natural sciences are also needed for full-time employment as an Environmental Scientist/Geologist. 

    Apply online or send cover letter and resume directly to WBolt@manniksmithgroup.com

    Survey Field Technician

    Candidate will assist the crew chief as part of a two-person crew, with a variety of survey types, including but not limited to: ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, industrial surveying and construction staking. Experience with Trimble Robotic Total Stations and GNSS data collection systems a plus. CST certification is preferred.


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  • TriMedia Environmental and Engineering
    • Environmental Scientist/ Engineer/ Geologist
    • Entry Level Position <2 years experience
    • Must have Bachelors in Science
    • Work may include: (Phase I / II ESAs, BEAs, Due Care Plans), environmental site and subsurface investigations, geologic/hydrogeologic assessments, remedial system maintenance / support, and assistance with the preparation of proposals, work plans, and reports.
    • More Information [PDF]
  • USGS Great Lakes Science Center

    The USGS-Great Lakes Science Center is seeking up to 4 student contractors/ technicians for the 2019 field season. Positions are based out of Ann Arbor, MI or Chesterton, IN. Contractors will conduct field studies and lab analysis of water quality, benthic Cladophora, and Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) including boat surveys, sample collection and processing, and data management and analysis; with the potential to participate in writing and presenting results.

    To learn more please visit the Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy website

    To apply: send résumé and cover letter to Dr. Mary Anne Evans (maevans@usgs.gov) with “field and lab technician” in the subject line.

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