Climate Jobs


Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation - Environmental Program Director. Review of applications begins April 17, 2017 and will remain open until filled. The Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation has listed a job announcement for an Environmental Program Director. The Environmental Program Director will serve as the lead point person on environmental issues for the USRT Foundation and its four member tribes. The Environmental Program Director is responsible for carrying out the environmental policy directives of the member tribes and reports directly to the USRT Executive Director, with assurance to program quality and accountability to advance the long-term goals for the USRT Foundation and its member tribe. The job description is available here: For more information, contact Scott Hauser at:


Native American Conservation Corps. The Native American Conservation Corps (NACC) is an innovative partnership between Northwest Youth Corps, AmeriCorps, and the US Bureau of Indian Affairs.  The program is specifically designed to provide hands on training and experience to Native American young adults living in the Greater Portland metropolitan area who are interested in pursuing employment with conservation corps, land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The NACC integrates team-based work projects, education, and on-site vocational training into an experience that prioritizes personal growth, and the development of conservation work skills.

Skokomish Tribe Lab Intern Needed. Open Until Filled. Where: Skokomish Water Quality Lab, Skokomish Washington, 98584. Why: Hood Canal Research Project on Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB’s). When: March 2017 - September 2017. Skokomish Tribe has a new water quality lab! We need an intern! This is an opportunity to work with a world class research chemist part-time for a “ AB" toxins research project in Hood Canal. We need an advanced chemistry student or someone with a background that would allow working at a high level. The work would initially be on the weekends to train with Dr. Sang-SeonYun and then more independent/flexible schedule as you become trained. This would be for internship credit and a small stipend. Ideally, we would like to find someone  before April 2017. For more information, please contact Ron Figlar-Barnes, or Seth Book

Wisdom of the Elders Wisdom Workforce Development Internships. For more information, contact: or visit:


Fort Lewis College, Director of the Native American Center and the Diversity Collaborative. This position provides leadership for the College’s Native American Center and the Diversity Collaborative. Members of the Diversity Collaborative include the Native American Center, El Centro - the Hispanic Resource Center, Office of Diversity Programming, which includes the Gender & Sexuality Center and Common Ground (a diversity training/education program). This position is a full time, twelve-month, exempt position that reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs. The position is open until filled, but only applications received by March 20, 2017, can be assured full consideration. View job announcement at

United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs
 Water Resources Technician Training Program - Native American Water Corps. Deadline for Applications is: April 6, 2017. The Tentative Date for the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ (BIA), Water Resources Technician Training Program, Native American Water Corps is July 10, 2017 through August 4, 2017 four weeks at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. For more information visit: and contact Archie Barnes at