Full Time Jobs

Last Updated: October 20th, 2021

GIS Technician- Charleston County SC

  • Salary $39,104.00 - $47,195.00 Annually
  • Applications close Nov 1
  • The responsibilities of the position include data editing, map production, assisting in database maintenance, and producing and updating web services on ArcGIS online and ArcGIS Enterprise.  
  • Applicants are encouraged to submit examples of previous work.  
  • Click here to learn more and apply

Program Manager- North Carolina State Climate Office, Raleigh NC

  • anticipated salary range: $57,000 - $65,000
  • This position will require capacity to coordinate multiple concurrent tasks, including managing budgets and other aspects of the award, annual and regular reporting of results, deliverables, and budget items to NOAA. Annual reports to the NOAA RISA program are extremely detailed and contain both narrative and budgetary information. A successful candidate will be an excellent writer as well as able to meet sponsor deadlines. 
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Coastal Training Program Coordinator- Georgia DNR, Sapelo Island, GA

  • Salary: $43,063.23/year plus benefits
  • Application Deadline: October 18, 2021
  • Primary duties & responsibilities are to: direct the Reserve’s
    Coastal Training Program; design, implement and evaluate training workshops with local and regional decision-
    makers; design, implement and evaluate meetings and workshops for area scientists; collaborate and build
    partnerships with academic and nonprofit partners to conduct projects that address decision-maker needs and develop collaborative funding proposals for such projects
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Sustainability Coordinator- City of Tarpon Springs FL

  • Salary: $46,035 - $74,164
  • Responsible professional work in strategic planning, coordinating, monitoring, and reporting to maintain the City’s policies, programs, and initiatives that promote local environmental, energy, economic, and social sustainability.
  • Under direction of the Public Services Director, this position will work with City staff, department directors, and elected officials to better evaluate, prioritize and integrate long-term economic, environmental, and social considerations into City plans, actions, and expenditures.
  • Applications can be found here
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6th Grade Earth Science Teacher- Ashley Hall private school in Charleston SC

  • This is a permanent faculty position beginning in December of the current 2021-2022 school year.
  • The course load includes responsibility for lesson planning, grading and comment writing for three sections of 6th Grade Earth Science. The teacher is expected to tailor and develop the curriculum for the Earth Science course to engage students in activities and lessons that focus on the study of the planet and its relation to the rest of the universe. Connections to our local geography should also be incorporated into the curriculum. As academic advisor, the teacher will provide guidance to 15 students to check daily planners and help students understand and manage expectations. In addition, advisors will oversee student/parent conference day each semester to review student progress.
  • The position also includes daily support such as carpool, study hall and lunch duties and some Friday afternoon boat building activity support.
  • If interested, please email your resume and references to Mary Schweers, Director of the Intermediate Program, at schweersm@ashleyhall.org and Angela Semo, Human Resources Director, at semoa@ashleyhall.org.

Facilities Coordinator- City of Hillsborough NC

  • $48,415.00 - $77,464.00 Annually
  • Develops and tracks regular maintenance schedules at facilities and park buildings including but not limited to HVAC, plumbing, electrical, generators, paint, flooring, roofing, and gutters.
  • Obtains estimates, selects, and supervises contractors to conduct repairs to facilities and park buildings including ground maintenance, cleaning, HVAC maintenance, pest control, generators, solid waste and recycling collection, gutter and drainage system maintenance, general building repair and maintenance, furniture, fixtures, and equipment. 
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Assistant Director Environmental Management and Sustainability- Cape Fear Public Utility Authority- Wilmington NC

  • salary range of $93,487.00 Annually to $118,718.00 Annually
  • Oversee initiatives such as the annual resiliency report, greenhouse gas emissions inventory and the development and implementation of the environmental and energy management systems consistent with the organization’s sustainability and resiliency goals.
  • Provide education and support to ensure environmental management, compliance, and sustainability are incorporated into the core business and promote conservation, resiliency and improve environmental sustainability.
  • Lead cross functional working groups to further goals and objectives and liaise with internal and external partners on projects and policies.
  • Click here to learn more and apply

Director of Planning & Development Service- City of Wilmington

  •  $111,410 - $169,702 annually
  • First review of applications will take place the week of October 11, 2021. 
  • Plan, organize, control, integrate, and evaluate the work of the Planning & Development Services Department to include establishing and monitoring performance against the annual departmental operating budget and the City’s Capital Improvement Plan budget.
  • Ensure implementation and regular review of new Land Development Code occurs with engaged from development interests and residents.
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Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer- City of Wilmington

  • $68,120.00 - $102,180.00 Annually
  • We will continue to accept applications until the position has been filled.  First review of applications will take place the week of October 4, 2021.
  • This work entails collaboration with community stakeholders, city departments, and forging new community partnerships; collection and regular reporting of data through regular updates to the City Council on the progress of equity initiatives; and meeting with designated city council committees. 
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 Senior Planner- Maine Coastal Program

  • Maine Department of Marine Resources in Augusta, ME
  • Applications due Oct 11th
  • Salary $46,987.20 - $63,356.80/Annually
  • Working waterfronts - leading a municipal grant program (Shore and Harbor Planning Program) and providing technical assistance to successful grantees
  • Climate Change - Assisting the MCP Director with implementation of coastal climate adaptation recommendations in Maine’s new Climate Plan including work planning, staffing of internal agency teams, organization of effective meetings, small group facilitation, and development of written materials and meeting notes. 
  • Communications - Manage updates of MCP website
  • Program Administration - Prepare biannual progress reports, track and evaluate performance indicators data. 
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Director of Conservation- Audubon SC

  • Located in Charleston SC
  • The Director of Conservation will define measures of success, develop implementation plans, track conservation activities, report on progress toward goals, and manage and grow the state conservation team to support these efforts. 
  • Work closely with natural resource agencies, other conservation organizations, and stakeholders across National Audubon and Atlantic Flyway offices to ensure the successful planning and implementation of Audubon South Carolina’s conservation programs. 
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Environmental Compliance Consultant: McCormick Taylor

  • Located in Columbia, South Carolina
  • Prepare/submit environmental reports for assigned facilities.
  • Walk down of facilities and conduct environmental self assessments to ensure environmental compliance and provide recommendations for process improvements.
  • Resolve compliance issues in coordination with client's staff.
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Faculty Research Assistant- Coastal Ecology at University of Maryland
  • Salary Range $39,000-$45,000
  • Coordination of a long term wetland restoration monitoring project including rSET measurements and plant identifications
  • Estuarine biogeochemistry research involving field work aboard small boats and laboratory chemical analyses of nutrients and pigments
  • Measurements of rate processes such as photosynthesis and respiration
  • Support to Dr. Harris with data analysis, GIS, figure and report preparation
  • Desirable laboratory skills include exposure to primary production measurements, dissolved oxygen sensors, and processing of water samples for pigment and nutrient analyses
  • Click here to apply and learn more

Palmetto Conservation Corps- Crew Leader/Member

Crew Leaders
·  12-month position (August to July)
·  Past conservation or leadership experience preferred Bachelors degree preferred 
·  1700 hour service commitment
Crew Members
·  6-month position (August to February or February to July)
·  No conservation experience necessary, just a love of the outdoors and willingness to work hard!
·  900 hour service committment
Contact Catie Hutchison for more info 

Climate Justice Organizer: Glynn Environmental Coalition (GEC)

  • Applications due Septemeber 15th- email to gec@glynnenvironmental.org
  • Work in office in Brunswick GA and remotely
  • Engage with local leaders from state and local government, universities, environmental and
    conservation organizations, and the EJ community to build a collaboration Network around
    climate change.
    ● Engage and build leadership among communities disproportionately affected by
    environmental hazards and those with health and other social risk factors (i.e., those with risk
    factors that make them less resilient to disaster).
    ● Conduct outreach to schools, churches, community centers, neighborhood planning
    assemblies, and more.
    ● Organize program and logistics for various sized meetings (e.g., coalition-building and
    partnership meetings, training workshops for the EJ community, and public outreach events.
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Coastal Climate Specialist: New York Sea Grant

  • Location: Cornell University, Stony Brook, NY
  • Full-time
  • Developing networks of volunteers to assist in educational program development and initiate volunteer training efforts.
  • Developing and implementing an extension and outreach program to inform and support management, conservation, restoration, and sustainable development activities.
  • Providing leadership for the design, execution, and analysis of extension/outreach program evaluations. 
  • Implementing programs using various extension tools such as publications, electronic technology, group experiences, mass media, individual advisement, websites, visualizations, and other related techniques. 
  • Integrating Sea Grant Extension and University coastal resources programming initiatives in a statewide, regional, and/or national context.
  • Actively pursues outside grants and contracts to support this program area. 
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Energy Analyst: Coastal Conservation League

  • Location: Charleston, South Carolina
  • Full-time
  • Research and analyze issues that arise in electric utility resource planning, ratemaking, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and energy equity
  • Identifying regulatory barrier to deploy clean in energy in South Carolina
  • Assessing near and long-term electric sector clean energy potential and strategies in SC
  • Organize and participate in meetings with utilities, regulatory staff and other government staff, business leaders, academic institutions, non-government organizations and media relating to utility policy and regulation
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Sustainability Program Analyst: The Town of Chapel Hill 

  • Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Full-time
  • Salary: $55,466 - 89,855
  • Support the implementation of the Town's Climate Action and Response Plan through the creation, implementation and management of simultaneous projects and programs
  • Manage reporting, data collections, analysis, content management and platforms for projects related to the Climate Action Plan. 
  • Researches, identifies, and evaluates the feasibility of new opportunities for projects and programs that support Council goals and initiatives, including climate action, sustainability and racial equality 
  • Click here to learn more and to apply.

Environmental Technician: Palustrine Group

  • Location: Charleston, SC
  • Full-time
  • Conduct technical environmental surveys and produce appropriate reports
  • Perform biological field analyses for potential property acquisition
  • Assist in preparation of regulatory of documents and permits
  • Execute in-field stream and wetland delineations and jurisdictions determinations 
  • Utilize ArcGIS mapping to support permit applications 
  • Assisting with the development of mitigation plans and reports. 
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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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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
  • View the full position description
  • 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 
  • View the full position description
  • 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 
  • View the full position description
  • Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@miamiwaterkeeper.org with “Director of Advancement and Donor Impact” written in the subject line.
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

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.