Climate Jobs

Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation of Smith River, California Seeking Executive Director. Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation is seeking a seasoned and committed servant-leader to take on the role of Executive Director during an exciting time of change and growth. The position is located in Smith River, California on the Nation's ancestral lands, in the pristine and beautiful Wild Rivers Region of Northern California. The recruitment will remain open until August 31, 2017, though it will be to the applicant's advantage to apply expeditiously. Only individuals that meet the desirable qualifications will be contacted by the recruiter. Applicants should email a letter of interest and a current chronological resume to: Judith Brighton (360) 280-5936 EM: judithb@whitenergroup.biz. Qualified Native American candidates will be given preference.

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Employment Opportunity. Deputy Director. Closing Date: September 1, 2017. Oversee the overall administrative functions of the organization. Serve as Acting Director in the absence of the Executive Director. Plan, direct and supervise the activities of the Administrative Services Division's staff including Accounting, Information Systems, Clerical and Human Resources. Facilitate the development and preparation of agenda items for the NWIFC's Finance & Organization Committee.  Responsible for the annual budget and indirect cost rate preparation. Serves as the primary point of contact for internal operations of the organization. In the absence of the Executive Director, serves as the point of contact for external inquiries regarding NWIFC programs.

BLM-OR/WA Engaging Youth in Natural Resource Conservation and Public Land Management Projects Across Oregon and Washington. Second round applications due by August 21, 2017; thereafter on the 5th of each month. From rangeland management to protection of cultural resources; fire suppression to energy development; trails and travel management to National Conservation Lands, the BLM values public involvement and a collaborative environment. https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html?keywords=L17AS00117

Request for Qualifications & Quote (RFQQ): Wildland Fire Technical Specialist. Intertribal Timber Council. Proposals due no later than Thursday, August 31, 2017, at 3:30 pm PST. The purpose of this RFQQ is to solicit proposals from individuals to provide oversight and monitoring of wildland fire policies and issues that impact Indian country on behalf of the ITC. The instructions on proposal preparation, required documents, eligibility requirements and evaluation criteria are provided in a PDF announcement posted on the ITC website: file:///Users/kathylynn/Downloads/RFQQ%20ITC%20Fire%20Technical%20Specialist.pdf.

Food Security Coordinator at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) is looking for an individual to support the Food Security Office led by the Applied Sciences Manager within the Earth Science Division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.  The Food Security Office is a function executed by the NASA Goddard Applied Sciences team at the request of the NASA Headquarters Applied Sciences Water Resources Program as part of a Food Security Initiative, and works under the leadership of the Goddard Applied Sciences Manager to support the goals of the Food Security Office, which includes coordinating with an externally led consortium funded by the NASA Headquarters Applied Sciences Program.  The objective of the Food Security Consortium (the Consortium) and the Food Security Office is to enhance the use of earth observation and NASA earth science satellite capabilities to support food security and agriculture. https://jobs.sciencecareers.org/job/456354/food-security-coordinator/

Indigenous Climate Action Toolkit Coordinator/Researcher with Indigenous Climate Action. Deadline for Applications: September 1, 2017. Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) is looking for someone with passion, who enjoys paving the way forward, and is committed to true Indigenous Climate Justice to serve as its Toolkit Coordinator/ Researcher. ICA is a newly formed Indigenous-led initiative whose goal is to fill the gaps between the lived experiences of Indigenous Peoples and policies and strategies being developed to address climate change amplified by an Indigenous worldview. For more information go to our website at https://www.indigenousclimateaction.com/

Applications are Now Being Accepted to Host the North Central and Southwest Climate Science Centers. Proposals due September 7, 2017. Climate Science Center host institutions are expected to provide expertise and experience to achieve the CSC mission of identifying climate/global change impacts to and effective adaptation strategies for land; water; fish and wildlife; nearshore, coastal and cultural heritage resources; and the ecosystem services upon which human communities depend. Host Institutions will be eligible for projects and project funding as a component of this agreement.