IN DNR Nature Preserves ECOLOGIST
The position is based out of Limberlost Field Office in Geneva, Indiana. The Division of Nature Preserves is seeking a qualified and dynamic individual for the position of Ecologist, East Central Indiana. This position requires the skills and passion for conservation science and public lands management. This includes coordinating property management, land and rare species protection, site monitoring, wildland fire, habitat restoration, contract management, visitor services for 32 dedicated nature preserves totaling over 2,500 acres. This is a Full-time Position, working 37.5 hours a week.
ACRES Land Trust Summer Internships
ACRES has three, full-time, summer intern positions available for the 2018 summer season. Primary functions are land management and protection tasks such as trail maintenance, construction and
installation of visitor amenities such as benches, boardwalks, and small bridges, assisting with restoration activities, performing invasive species management, development of management plans for preserves, marking boundaries and various other tasks related to natural resource management. Pay is $12/hr.
Entered February 22, 208
Multiple Summer Internships at Little River Wetlands Project
Entered February 20, 2018
Opportunities to work or volunteer in the ERC over the summer are available. Please contact director Bruce Kingsbury to find out more.
Entered February 20, 2018.
City of Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation
For more information and to apply for this position, click here.
|Department:||Parks and Recreation|
|Location:||Fort Wayne, IN
200 E. Berry Street
|Pay Rate:||$9.25 to $11.00 per hour|
Under direction of the Outdoor Recreation Coordinator, the incumbent creates and/or presents interpretative naturalist programs at Lindenwood Nature Preserve. Incumbent assists supervisor in land management, research and maintenance. Greets the public and answers questions.Essential duties and responsibilities
Include the following. Other duties may be assigned
Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Incumbent follows standardized practices and procedures or general work instructions. Incumbent’s work may have prolonged or frequent exposure to: heavy labor, poor working conditions, and/or extreme outdoor weather conditions. Incumbent must have the ability to hike up to four miles per day and the ability to lift 50 pounds and carry the weight a minimum of 25 feet.
City of Fort Wayne Soil & Water- Watershed Project Manager
Full-time position under the direction of the Director of the Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District. Watershed Project Manager adopts and implements agricultural and urban soil and water conservation practices and increases public awareness of local, state and federal programs.
Base pay is $21.36 per hour at 37.5 hours per week.
- Bachelor’s degree in agriculture, natural resources, or related field plus one year experience developing land use and/or natural resource management plant and public relations skills
- Valid driver’s license
- Knowledge of agricultural practices, products, and terminology
- Knowledge of urban water quality issues, trends, impairment sources and current and devleoping conservation practices
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office and related suite
- Ability to type 30 WPM
- Working knowledge of GIS based software
Please click the following link to visit the Allen County Website and apply online: Watershed Project Manager Position. Position is open until filled.
Full information about the job opening can be found at the website linked above or at the document here: Watershed Project Manager – 8-10-2016.
Heartland Restoration Services, Inc.- Restoration Hydrologist
Full-time position in Fort Wayne needed to assist in ecosystem restoration and management projects. Projects may include environmental mitigation, lake and pond shoreline restoration, prairie, woodland, and wetland restoration, stream stabilization, and
general native landscaping. Management may consist of invasive species control utilizing techniques such as mechanical, chemical, and prescribed fire. Duties may also include assisting in all aspects of native plant and seed nursery production.
- Experience/interest in ecological restoration and native plants
- Certified Pesticide Applicator/interest in attaining certification
- College diploma preferred; High School diploma required
- DOT certified/interest in obtaining certification
- General knowledge of outdoor power equipment preferred
- Valid driver’s license
- Flexible schedule
Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org OR mail documents to:
Heartland Restoration Services, Inc.
c/o: Michael Van Laeken
14921 Hand Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46818
Or fax: (260) 489-8607
For more information and a full description of position responsibilities , click the document link: Restoration Ecologist Job Description
USGS Indiana-Kentucky Water Science Center- Hydrologist
Full-time position in the hydrologic investigations section at the USGS Indiana-Kentucky Water Science Center in Indianapolis, IN. Some specific duties include measuring discharge of streams with a variety of depth and flow conditions, installing and maintaining in-field monitoring stations, and collecting and analyzing data from pumpage records, aquifer test and other geohydrologic data.
Recent Graduate positions lasts for 1 year with eligibility for a permanent or term appointment.
Some travel required, along with both office and field work.
Salary Range: $32,479.00 to $52,302.00 / Per Year
- U.S. Citizenship
- Valid driver’s license and safe driving record
- Recent graduate who has completed their degree within the past two years in physical or natural science, or engineering that included at least 30 semester hours of courses in relevant areas, including calculus and physics (or equivalents)
- Active e-mail address
Visit this website for more information and the application: USAJOBS.
Applications close midnight Eastern Time on July 22nd.
Michigan Natural Features Inventory of Michigan State University- Seasonal Ecologist/Stewardship Coordinator
Temporary position assisting the Michigan Dept of Natural Resources conduct stewardship and restoration activities at parks throughout southeast Michigan, primarily Livingston and Oakland Counties. Position will also coordinate volunteer stewardship program implementing habitat restoration and protection by training, orienting, and leading volunteers.
Approximate start/end dates: June 29, 2016 – January 29, 2017.
40 hrs/week, Wednesday – Sunday
Salary range: $12 – $18 / hr, depending on training and experience
- BS in ecology, botany, biology, natural resource management, restoration, or closely related field preferred
Send cover letter, resume, copy of college transcripts, and three professional references to
Michigan Natural Features Inventory
P.O. Box 30444, Lansing, MI 48909-7944
email applications to email@example.com
Include position number on all application materials, and earliest and latest work availability dates in cover letter
For more information and a full description of position responsibilities , click the document link: Parks Volunteer Coordinator – Position Description.
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