Climate Jobs, Internships, Scholarships and Fellowships

Climate Impacts Group Social/Policy Scientist and Project Manager. The position is Open Until Filled. The Climate Impacts Group (CIG) at the University of Washington is hiring an entry-level research scientist to bring a social science or policy lens to our work co-producing climate adaptation science. CIG is seeking a candidate with a social science or policy background and project management experience. The junior research scientist will be responsible for thinking critically about, and doing research to support, the creative application of a social science and/or a policy lens to projects led by the Climate Impacts Group’s senior research scientists. This position will also be responsible for acting as project manager, or providing other logistical support, for a variety of projects led by Climate Impacts Group senior research scientists. You can learn more about the position here at Click here to apply.
Environmental Protection Specialist (Air). Environmental Protection Agency. The close date is July 10, 2020. This position is in the Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, National Center of Radiation Field Operations. This position will oversee a tribal air media program to ensure compliance with environmental requirements, and resolve unusually complex, controversial, or sensitive environmental and restoration problems; Participate in training and emergency response exercises as a member of the Radiological Emergency Response Team (RERT) to provide air quality expertise and support; as well as provide programmatic and technical expertise on air quality and/or restoration programs to internal and external stakeholders; Review and implement environmental technical standards, guidelines, policies and formal regulations; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external tribal stakeholders. For more information and to apply, visit:
USDA Forest Service Research Social Scientist stationed either in La Grande, OR or Wenatchee, WA. Applications are due Tuesday, July 14, 2020.  This Research Social Scientist in the Pacific Northwest Research Station's Good, Services and Values Research Program. The Program mission is to conduct and communicate research to advance understanding of relationships among people and forest and rangeland ecosystems. For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Lee Cerveny at 206-732-7832 or
USDA Forest Service Southwest Region. Regional Tribal Relations Program Manager, GS-0301-13. Temporary Promotion/Detail OR Permanent Position. The close date is July 15, 2020. The USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region-R3 is filling a 120-day temporary promotion/detail for a GS-0301-13, Regional Tribal Relations Program Manager.  We will also be filling this position permanently. This position reports directly to the Deputy Regional Forester and serves as a member on the Regional Leadership Team.  The temporary promotion/detail position is virtual and may include travel but this would be limited and follow agency protocols for safe travel for COVID-19. This temporary promotion/detail starts August 1or can be negotiated for August. The permanent duty station is at the Regional Office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. If you are interested in this detail or permanent position please respond in the Outreach Database. If you would like additional information, please contact Elaine Kohrman, Deputy Regional Forester via email or phone 505-221-8297.
Native Student Professional Development Program. Application deadline: July 15, 2020.  The Wildlife Society (TWS) Announces a Professional Development Program for Indigenous Students in the Wildlife Profession. TWS believes that one of the most effective ways to support indigenous wildlife students is to give them the opportunity to attend TWS’s annual conference. Therefore, TWS and NPWMWG announce the 2020 Native Student Professional Development (NSPD) Program. For more information and to apply, click here. For questions, email Ty Werdel at
Graduate Student Position: Coastal Resilience in the Bering Strait Region. The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP) is seeking a graduate student enrolled at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). This position is funded for two years and will be located in Fairbanks, Alaska. For a complete description of the position, click here. For questions, contact Nathan Kettle, at Applications will be reviewed & Position is open until filled.