Full Time Jobs

Last Updated: July 15, 2021

Wildlife Biologist I at Shellfish Research Section of SCDNR Marine Resources Research Institutue (Charleston, SC)

  • Work on a diversity of research projects related to shellfish ecology, oyster restoration, living shorelines, and oyster reef mapping
  • Be involved in field-based sampling and monitoring efforts as well as laboratory-based shellfish sample processing
  • Assist with projects focused on assessments of the current distribution and condition of natural intertidal oyster reefs, using a variety of approaches including both on-the-ground collection methods as well as remote sensing approaches and geospatial techniques
  • Annual salary: $28,215.00 - $52,203.00
  • Application closes 7/27/2021 5:00 PM EST
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Education Program Coordinator at Friends of Coastal South Carolina (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
  • Friends of Coastal South Carolina is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving the natural resources along the South Carolina coast
  • Support environmental education and wildlife conservation projects for the Francis Marion National Forest and Waccamaw, Cape Romain, and E.F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges
  • Oversee science learning and environmental stewardship programs along the SC coast by coordinating logistics with K-12 schools, developing and refining educational programs, conducting impact assessments, managing social media, and teaching programs at the various sites aforementioned
  • Salary range is $30K - $35K
  • To apply, send brief cover letter (one page maximum), resume (no more than three pages, two preferred), and three professional references to Grace Gasper, Executive Director, at grace@sccoastalfriends.org
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Project Manager at South Coast Coastal Conservation League (Beaufort, SC)
  • Work on coastal issues involving land use, planning, public health, sustainable agriculture, energy and climate, air and water quality, and environmental justice
  • Conduct extensive grassroots organizing, relationship building, communication with thought leaders, and policy analysis and interpretation
  • Build and manage networks with citizens, businesses, partner organizations, and public officials to respond to specific threats to environmental resources
  • Demonstrate passion for environmental advocacy work and enjoy working with and meeting people
  • View the full position description and apply
Land Protection Project Manager at Lowcountry Land Trust (Charleston, SC)
  • identify and prioritize conservation prospects based on the organization’s current conservation objectives and planning efforts
  • Proactively engage and educate priority landowners in order to cultivate and develop new land protection projects
  • Serve as landowner liaison during both the cultivation and project management phases of conservation projects
  • To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and three (3) references as a single PDF to Ellen Blake, Executive Assistant and Board Liaison, at admin@lowcountrylandtrust.org
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Director of Stewardship at Lowcountry Land Trust (Charleston, SC)
  • Prepare stewardship budget and work plan with Chief Conservation Officer, and track finances relative to approved program budget
  • Oversee stewardship issue resolution including legal compliance, easement interpretations, and requests, including amendments and discretionary consent
  • Manage the organization’s consultations on legal matters related to easement stewardship; communicate with other staff, outside counsel, and experts to assess the situation and recommend courses of action
  • To apply, please email in a single PDF, a cover letter and resume to Megan Ramsey, Chief Financial Officer: mramsey@lowcountrylandtrust.org
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Creative Content Writer at Lowcountry Land Trust (Charleston, SC)
  • Serve as the in-house copywriter, assisting and collaborating to create content in adherence to LLT’s editorial calendar, overarching themes, branding, and strategy
  • Draft and post social media content on LLT’s established social channels with the opportunity to assist in expanding to new channels
  • Assist in the assembly of our monthly newsletter
  • Develops proposal by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation
  • Writes, revises, and edits drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials
  • To apply, please email a cover letter and resume in one PDF to Kate Durand, Communications Manager, at kdurand@lowcountrylandtrust.org
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Educator at The Center for Birds of Prey (Awendaw, SC)
  • Participate in the care, training and utilization of the resident educational birds and conduct educational programs in accordance with CBP standards and procedures
  • Assist in the coordination and performance of all aspects of basic husbandry and routine care for the Center’s collection of birds.
  • Present or assist in the presentation of on-site and off-site educational programs.
  • Perform all educational program duties in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and act as an Ambassador for the Center and its mission.
  • View more information here
  • If interested, please email a resume, a 1 page cover letter and a 1-2 minute video documenting your public speaking ability to:
    • Stephen Schabel
      Director of Education
      The Center for Birds of Prey
      PO Box 1247 Charleston, SC 29402
Solarize Field Director at SmartPower (Charleston, Columbia, or Greenville, SC)
  • SmartPower is the nation’s award-winning non-profit marketing organization dedicated to promoting clean energy and energy efficiency
  • Share your passion for clean energy and environmental issues and will implement “Solarize South Carolina,” SmartPower’s on-the-ground residential solar energy campaigns, throughout the State of South Carolina
  • Meet with state, municipal, local and community leaders to motivate them to actively participate in Solarize South Carolina
  • Initiate, execute and advance on-the-ground outreach partnerships and activities in order to meet the goals and metrics of Solarize South Carolina.
  • Applications welcome until position is filled. Review of resumes will begin immediately. Please address a cover letter and resume to Brian F. Keane, President of SmartPower, and send to bkeane@smartpower.org
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Environmental Policy Specialist or Environmental Attorney at Miami Waterkeeper (Miami, FL)
  • Develops policy strategy for City, County, State, and Federal environmental issues focused on clean water, habitat protection, sea level rise 
  • Works closely with outreach and science teams to coordinate mission-oriented campaigns
  • Drafts advocacy and policy comment letters on legislation and rulemaking
  • Researches and creates technical analyses and documents in support of current and potential policy
  • Salary range: $55K-$65K
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  • Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@miamiwaterkeeper.org with “Environmental Policy Specialist” written in the subject line.
Program Coordinator at Miami Waterkeeper (Miami, FL)
  • Develop and implement innovative outreach events and activities to increase the visibility of Miami Waterkeeper, engage the membership and community, and provide meaningful volunteer and educational opportunities to advance our mission
  • Serve as organizational lead and point of contact for students, parents, schools, community members, program partners, volunteers, and special events
  • Lead day-to-day operations of educational programs and events for students and community members (Junior Ambassador, 1,000 Eyes on the Water, and Ransom Boat Patrol program, and other associated environmental education projects) -- may include some nights and weekends
  • Salary range: $40,000 - $45,000 
  • View the full position description 
  • Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@miamiwaterkeeper.org with “Program Coordinator” written in the subject line.
Staff Writer and Grant Coordinator at Miami Waterkeeper (Miami, FL)
  • Lead execution of grant applications by identifying new grant opportunities and writing, submitting, and managing grant LOIs and proposals
  • Maintain records of all submitted and draft documents in computer databases
  • develop written communications for Miami Waterkeeper, including: Partnership proposals, Annual reports, Campaigns to support the work of the Waterkeeper teams, and Blog posts and website content
  • Salary range: $45,000 - $55,000 
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  • Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@miamiwaterkeeper.org with “Staff Writer & Grant Coordinator” written in the subject line.
Director of Advancement and Donor Impact at Miami Waterkeeper (Miami, FL)
  • Develop and implement comprehensive, donor-centered strategies to increase individual, corporate, and foundation giving 
  • Integrate and monitor marketing and communications strategic and tactical initiatives
  • Directly supervise team members, with a focus on collaboration with the other departments to advance the mission of the organization
  • Salary range: $70,000-$80,000 
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  • Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@miamiwaterkeeper.org with “Director of Advancement and Donor Impact” written in the subject line.
AmeriCorps School Environmental Educator (Princeville, NC)
  • Work at Princeville Elementary, a small PreK-5 school, with 180 students
  • Design an indoor/outdoor environmental education curriculum that are in line with Standards for students in PreK to 5th grade
  • Position duration: Sept 1 2021 to Jul 31 2022 
  • Resilience Corps NC offers a living stipend of $17,000 for 11 months, health insurance reimbursement for premiums, childcare assistance, and professional development opportunities 
  • Participants who complete the program will receive a Segal Education Award of $6,345 from the National Service Trust
  • View the full position description and application instructions 
Education Lead at Pennsylvania Sea Grant (Eerie, PA)
  • Develop and implement coastal resource and watershed focused education programs locally and statewide that foster environmental literacy and environmental stewardship across Pennsylvania.
  • Provide educational and professional development opportunities for teachers and environmental educators, but may also provide direct teaching experiences for K-12 students and classrooms, as well as non-traditional adult audiences
  • Focused on issues relevant to the Lake Erie, Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Estuary watersheds
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Coastal Outreach Specialists at Pennsylvania Sea Grant
  • Two positions available, one will focus on Southeastern Pennsylvania (Delaware/Bucks counties), and the second will focus on Central Pennsylvania (Dauphin/Centre counties). They are both full-time, grant funded positions
  • Work with a wide range of entities to promote education and develop new outreach programs to meet the information needs of local, state, and federal agencies, and interest groups.
  • Groups served may include coastal and upstream communities, businesses, municipalities, public and private landowners, and educators.
  • Work closely with universities, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations to develop programming relevant to Pennsylvania’s Delaware and Susquehanna River watersheds that may be replicated in other regional estuarine and riverine systems. 
  • View the full position description here
Camp Teacher at Clearwater Marine Aquarium (Clearwater, FL) 
  • Position duties include:
    • Create lesson plans and prepare daily activities which provide a fun and educational experience.   
    • Instruct morning and afternoon camp curriculum including classroom, snorkeling, kayaking, and animal interaction programs.
    • Maintain a clean, organized, and properly prepared classroom.
    • Assist with daily camp check in and camp dismissal process.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required. Formal or non-formal teaching experience, boating and snorkeling experience preferred
  • Full job description and application here

Senior Planner at Sumter City-County Planning Department (Sumter, SC)

  • The Sumter City-County Planning Department is a dual jurisdiction agency that works for both the City of Sumter and Sumter County
  • Staff Support and Presentations to the Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, and City Historic Preservation Design Review Committee
  • Assistance and Support for Long Range Planning Initiatives - (Zoning & Development Standards Updates, Comprehensive Plan Updates, Small Area & Neighborhood Planning Initiatives, Transportation Planning Initiatives)
  • Position will be open until filled
  • The hiring range is $40,000-$60,000 based on experience
  • View the full position to apply

Farm and Garden Manager at The Green Heart Project

  • The Green Heart Project seeks an experienced leader to manage a team of staff and volunteers in the maintenance, improvement, and expansion of its network of farms and gardens across the Charleston area, with a headquarters at the new 1⁄2-acre Urban Farm at Enston Home in Downtown Charleston
  • Responsibilities include:
    • Manage agricultural activities at all farm and garden sites using industry best practices, including but not limited to: crop planning, community gardening, school gardening, food production, and food distribution through on-site Farm Stand business
    • Ensure farm and garden spaces are productive, organized, aesthetically pleasing, and ready for educational and other programming on a year-round basis
    • Maintain infrastructure within farms and gardens, including storage structures and built structures. Built structures at the Urban Farm at Enston Home include the Farm Stand, Community Pavilion, and Greenhouse
    • Plan and lead garden builds and improvement projects at existing sites and new partner sites
  • This is a full-time, salary position, eligible for benefits, including generous paid time off and health insurance reimbursement. Salary range is $40K-$60K.
  • Please send résumé and cover letter via email to careers@greenheartsc.org. The anticipated start date is Summer 2021. Position will remain open until filled. Full job description here

Haley & Aldrich

  • A national engineering and environmental consulting firm, has several openings for Environmental Scientists, Field Geologists, Geologists, Hydrogeologists, GIS Analysts, etc. in various cities across the country.
  • Click here for all job descriptions, requirements, and application instructions. Closing dates vary.