• Saturday, January 23, 2021 12:03 PM | Anonymous member

    Part-time, Seasonal Environmental Educator, Environmental Learning Center

    Coral Restoration and Conservation Summer Internship, Coral Restoration Foundation

  • Saturday, January 23, 2021 12:02 PM | Anonymous member

    Internship & Volunteer Opportunities

    1. Science and Strategy Intern, Oceana, Washington, DC

    2. Multidisciplinary Internships on Applied Environmental Conservation in the Aegean Islands, Greece, Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation, Lipsi island, Greece

    3. Marine Research Internship, Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies, Benguerra Island, Mozambique

    4. Divemaster Internship, Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies, Benguerra Island, Mozambique

    5. Sponsorship Internship (Summer 2021), 11th Hour Racing Position Description, Newport, RI

    6. Volunteer Field Assistants, Costa Rican Alliance for Sea Turtle Conservation & Science (COASTS), Southern Caribbean, Costa Rica

    7. Manta Research Volunteers, Mexican Caribbean Manta Ray Project, Quintana Roo, Mexico

    8. Fundraising Volunteer – Community Engagement, MARINElife, Anywhere, United Kingdom

    9. Internship – Marketing and Public Relations Intern (Summer 2021), 11th Hour Racing Position Description, Newport, RI

    10. Internship – Grantmaking and Research Intern (Summer 2021), 11th Hour Racing Position Description, Newport, RI

  • Saturday, January 23, 2021 12:00 PM | Anonymous member


    For the complete list and full descriptions find the ocean jobs page at https://sevenseasmedia.org/We add 20 to 30 new opportunities per week with 40k views per month!

    We work hard to provide this jobs list and newsletter to you every week for free. If you find your next job from this list, or a new employee, please consider a tax-deductible donation as a thank you.

    1. HEAD OF FIELD PROGRAMMES, Blue Ventures, Antananarivo - Madagascar

    2. Postdoctoral position Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg & international, Gothenburg, Sweden

    3. Ph.D. position Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg & international, Gothenburg, Sweden

    4. Grant Analyst, Oceana, Washington, DC

    5. Senior Grant Analyst, Oceana, Washington, DC

    6. Sustainable Energy and Climate Fellow, The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Chicago, IL

    7. Project Manager, Power, The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Beijing, China

    8. OPS-Biological Scientist I – 77900632, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Jacksonville, FL

    9. OPS-Biological Scientist I – 77909075, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission

    Jacksonville, FL

    10. Senior Foresters -42002014, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Live Oke, FL

    11. Veterinarian Manager – SES – 42001013, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Tallahassee, FL

    12. Senior Director, Oceans Science, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), TBD

    13. Federal Policy Manager, Oceana, Washington, DC

    14. Marine Fisheries Division Director, North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality, Carteret County, NC

    15. Biological Sciences Research Tech 1, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

    16. Principal Shoreline Development Analyst, San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission, San Francisco, CA

    17. Marine Research Internship, Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies, Benguerra Island, Mozambique

    18. Alaska Shellfish Observer, Saltwater Inc., Anchorage, AK

    19. Benthic Invertebrate Researcher, Saltwater Inc., Seattle, WA

    20. Lower Mekong Network Coordinator, IUCN, Bangkok, Thailand

    21. Education and Outreach Assistant, Sea Watch Foundation, New Quay, Wales, United Kingdom

    22. Post-doctoral Associate in Quantitative Fisheries, Saltwater Inc., Woods Hole, MA

    23. Bathymetry Data Manager, Saildrone, Alameda, CA

    24. #107351 Graduate Coordinator, Scripps Institution Of Oceanography, La Jolla Ranch, CA

    25. #107645 Research Administrator 3, Scripps Institution Of Oceanography, La Jolla Ranch, CA

    26. Fish in Food System Coordinator, WorldFish, Dili, Indonesia

    27. Tenure Track Scientist – Geology & Geophysics (Seafloor Geoscience), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA

    28. Associate Research Scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, New York, NY

    29. Lead Estuarine Systems Ecologist, South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL

    30. Temporary Reef Restoration Associate, Coral Restoration Foundation, Key Largo, FL

  • Saturday, January 23, 2021 10:40 AM | Anonymous member

    Our Climate’s Florida team is currently constructing a large-scale, manatee mosaic of cardboard tiles calling for bold, equitable climate policy in the state legislature this spring. This unique project draws widespread attention to the climate crisis.

    Below is the Right Whale Mosaic from Massachusetts last year:

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    A major component of this project is getting direct participation from constituents all over the state who are willing to lend their voice (and art!) to the climate movement.


    We could use help from our partners in getting the word out about this special project.

    • We also have created a complete toolkit to share on how to participate in the mosaic at bit.ly/octoolkit including how to make a tile, host a party, the background behind the idea, and community contacts.

    • We will be hosting a virtual tile making party on Thursday, January 28th and February 11th drop-in from 7-9pm. Please spread the word and register at bit.ly/octileparty.

  • Friday, January 15, 2021 5:57 PM | Anonymous member


    For the complete list and full descriptions find the ocean jobs page at https://sevenseasmedia.org/We add 20 to 30 new opportunities per week with 40k views per month!

    We work hard to provide this jobs list and newsletter to you every week for free. If you find your next job from this list, or a new employee, please consider a tax-deductible donation as a thank you.

    1. Policy and Communications Program Manager, California Ocean Protection Council, Sacramento, California

    2. Sea Turtle Nesting Beach Technician, Inwater Research Group, St. Lucie County, FL

    3. Policy and Communications Program Manager, The California Ocean Protection Council (OPC), Sacramento, CA

    4. Ocean Sciences: Lecturer Pool, The University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

    5. Vice President of Conservation, Justice & Equity, Ocean Conservancy, Washington, DC

    6. Ocean Biogeochemist, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK

    7. Postdoctoral Marine Scholars (2 positions) (Jan. 29), Consortium for Ocean Leadership Inc, TBD

    8. Research Oceanographer (Jan. 19)Consortium for Ocean Leadership Inc,, Seattle, WA

    9. Lead Environmental Educator – Peterson Bay Field Station (Summer 2021), Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, Homer City, AK

    10. Wynn Naturalist (Summer 2021), Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, Homer City, AK

    11. President & CEO, American Rivers Inc., Washington, DC

    12. Associate Director of Policy and Government Relations, American Rivers Inc, Washington, DC

    13. Anthony A. Lapham River Conservation Fellow, American Rivers Inc., Washington, DC

    14. Coastal Program Analyst III, The California Coastal Commission, TBD

    15. Coastal Program Manager, The California Coastal Commission, TBD

    16. Campaign Lead, Mercury Free Lighting, California Environmental Associates, San Francisco, CA

    17. Fisheries Technician 1- Upper Sacramento Salmonid Monitoring, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Red Bluff, CA

    18. Fisheries Technician 1- Merced River Hatchery Tagging Assistant, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Snelling, CA

    19. Team Leader Benthos Ecology, Marine Institute - Foras Na Mara, Galway, Ireland

    20. Ph.D. Postgraduate Research Opportunity – Improving fishing survey indices through the use of spatiotemporal models, Marine Institute - Foras Na Mara, Galway, Ireland

    21. Virginia Agricultural Field Technician, The Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Annapolis, MD

    22. Science and Strategy Intern, Oceana, Washington, DC

    23. Logistics & Program Coordinator, Plastic Bank, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    24. OPS Distributed Comp Systems Specialist – 77900752, Florida Fish and Wildlife, Conservation Commission, Gainesville, FL

    25. Resident Assistant Park Manager – 37020460, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Santa Rosa Beach, FL

    26. Research Administrator – 77001063, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Alachua, FL

    27. Duty Officer – 77000595, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Lake Worth, FL

    28. Program Assistant, Environmental Law and Governance Project, The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Beijing, China

    29. Finance Manager, Global Fishing Watch, US-based, preference for East Coast / Central US

    30. Executive Director, Eastern Charlotte Waterways, New Brunswick, Canada

  • Thursday, January 14, 2021 10:39 AM | Anonymous member

    When: March 25, 2021, 7pm

    Where: Zoom

    How Much: Free for LEEF Members, $5 for Non-Members

    Currents & Crossroads: A Vision for Florida’s Ocean and Coasts: Florida is at an all hands on deck moment. Harmful algal blooms are fouling our waterways with increasing frequency and severity. Tropical weather is becoming more extreme and more regular. Rising oceans are destroying municipal infrastructure and decimating critical wildlife habitat. But we as Floridians get to decide what the future holds. Join Jon Paul “J.P.” Brooker, lawyer and Director of Florida Conservation for Ocean Conservancy, in a discussion of the greatest threats that Florida iconic marine environment is facing, and what we as Floridians need to be doing to find solutions for our maritime state.

    Register Here

    About the Speaker

    Jon Paul "J.P." Brooker is the Director of Florida Conservation for the Ocean Conservancy.

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021 7:40 PM | Anonymous member

    careersEnvironmental Education and Outreach Intern

    Job Description:

    Develop and Deliver Educational Programing

    • Assist in the preparation and development of educational materials related to the Programs above. These may include: lesson plans, educational games, fact sheets, videos, webinars, presentations, and more.
    • Assist the Programs in the research, development, and delivery of adult and 4-H youth programming for environmental education. These may include: STEM Day Camp, Camp Cloverleaf Residential Camp, 4-H University event, LIFE, Outdoor InvestiGATORs, Florida Master Naturalist, Project WILD, Energy Upgrade, and other family programming. Program delivery may be in-person or may include developing, filming, and editing of videos and zoom webinar assistance.
    • Assist 4-H in evaluation of 4-H curriculum, the development of a curriculum inventory, and assessment of curriculum needs to support our 4-H volunteers and community club programming.

    Communications, Outreach, Marketing and Analysis

    • Support Programs on additional projects, such as Energy Upgrade program, Sustainable Communities Workshop or other outreach events.
    • Administrative duties to support Programs such as program data entry and analysis, literature reviews, design, marketing and promotion of programs, event planning, or preparation for upcoming new 4-H year.
    • Support Programs on additional projects including developing video showcases of our events and projects and other marketing materials, such as brochures, rack cards, and social media posts.
    • Research, write, and develop blogs, social media content, and other communications materials for the Programs.

    Apply Here

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021 7:35 PM | Anonymous member


    South Florida Water Management

    Job Description

    This experienced Senior Recreation Planning position participates in complex planning projects administered by the Land Stewardship Section and performs a variety of functions to ensure public use and nature-based recreation on District lands is properly planned and delivered. Conducts a wide range of planning and administrative activities requiring comprehensive knowledge and expertise in developing and managing recreational use on public lands acquired through a combination of past work experience and formal educational training. Serves as the senior planner for developing and administering public use and recreation programs, developing inter-agency and non-governmental partnership agreements to enhance recreational opportunities on District managed lands, and coordinating public use activities with other governmental and non-governmental entities. 

    Specific duties include coordinating hunting programs on District lands in partnership with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, managing the District’s volunteer program, overseeing the development and installation of public use informational and rule signage, contracting public access site and trailhead maintenance activities, and processing event authorization and right of entry agreements for recreational and other uses on District lands as requested by the public. 

    This position is also responsible for representing the District’s at public meetings, developing and presenting rule change proposals and updates at stakeholder meetings, participating and providing recreational information through formal presentations at the District’s Recreation Forum meetings, and developing solutions to resolve complex agency and stakeholder issues. Conducts District-wide public use facility inspections, researches and submits grant proposals for public use facility improvements, and assists the District’s Recreation Project Manager with the planning, design, permitting, procurement, and construction of recreation capital facility projects. Responsible for a variety of analytical and narrative reports including the tabulation of visitor data and submits findings and recommendations.

    The incumbent shall possess strong organizational and written and oral communication skills and the ability to work productively in a group setting with co-workers and outside agencies. Assignments for developmental purposes may include some work that is typical of a higher-level planning position.

    Apply Here

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