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Minnesota Zoo Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley, MN, United States
Jun 27, 2017
Job Summary The job duties are to provide daily care of fish and aquatic reptile and invertebrate collection at the Minnesota Zoo. Maintain aquatic exhibits, observe behaviors, prepare and feed diets, prepare and maintain detailed records, maintain sanitary animal living conditions, conduct assigned research, and conduct interpretive demonstrations to the public. Provide relief staff support to Life Support systems. Job duties include, but not limited to: -Provide daily care of fish and aquatic reptile and invertebrate collections -To prepare, present, and participate in interpretive programs for Minnesota Zoo staff, volunteers and visitors. -To receive assignment of duties by the supervisor so that the animal and invertebrate collection is properly cared for on any given day. -To assist in maintenance and general cleaning of interior and exterior areas so that a neat and clean appearance and pleasant and safe experience are provided all visitors to the Minnesota Zoo aquariums. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications : -One (1) year of experience* as a full-time Zookeeper in a zoo or aquarium. OR -Two (2) years of full-time experience* in an established laboratory or field research program involving vertebrate/invertebrate animals and data collection, responsible work experience in a laboratory animal colony or veterinary hospital involving direct animal care and maintenance. AND -Six Months of water chemistry experience, including conducting and interpretation water chemistry analyses. -Experience in operation of colorimeter, pH meter, refractometer, and spectophometer. -One (1) year of experience formulating, preparing and administering diets, performing water changes, routine cleaning, mixing artificial seawater, operation and maintenance of necessary mechanical equipment and preforming quarantine procedures. -Current SCUBA certification. *Experience must be within the last ten (10) years and include all of the following responsibilities: observing animal behaviors, preparing and feeding animal diets, preparing and maintaining detailed animal records, and maintaining sanitary animal living conditions. Preferred Qualifications : A college degree (BS major or minor or an AAS) in Biology , Zoology, Wildlife Management, Environmental Education, Ecology, or closely related discipline. Successful Completion of an internship program in an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) zoo. Closing Date :  06/30/2017 To Apply : Click Apply Now button and enter the Job Opening ID number 14355  in the Keywords search box and click Search.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Minnesota Department of Transportation St Paul, MN, United States
Jun 27, 2017
Full time
Description This position is responsible for providing workload assistance to the Office of Environmental Stewardship Modeling and Testing Unit.  Examples of work include the following: Updating existing databases. Researching approved materials. Maintaining, updating, and revising environmental documentation. Conducting water, air, and soil quality sampling throughout the state so that the desired data can be obtained, evaluated, and appropriately applied Servicing, calibrating, maintaining and repairing air and water quality monitoring and sampling equipment so that the appropriate equipment is available for field installations, operates properly when installed in the field and produces accurate result **Must have a valid State of Minnesota Driver’s License** Minimum Qualifications : A Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences or related field. OR Two years of para-professional or technical experience demonstrating the following: Knowledge of proper soil, water, and air sampling methods using applicable Minnesota Pollution Control Agency/Environmental Protection Agency (MPCA/EPA) standards. Experience with database and data management sufficient to maintain, update and revise information databases and create spreadsheets in order to compile and report on relevant data. Knowledge of the principles, practices and methods of data collection, research and analysis sufficient to assist with business management and/or measurement of operational effectiveness. **Must have a valid State of Minnesota Driver’s License** Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of MnDOT policies, procedures, rules, standards and requirements sufficient to effectively maintain or assist with coordination of a specific transportation program. Closing Date :  07/03/2017 To Apply : Click Apply Now button and enter 14560 in the search box and click search.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy Saint Paul, MN 55101, United States
Jun 27, 2017
MCEA is seeking an experienced professional who brings vision and innovation to its fundraising program, and who is capable of working closely with the Executive Director to achieve sustained growth for the organization. This is an opportunity define the future direction of MCEA’s fundraising model with full responsibility for donor engagement, solicitation and stewardship, and management of constituent relationships. MCEA’s new Chief Development Officer will be responsible for creating a plan for MCEA’s growth, and will work in partnership with the Executive Director, Communications and Development Associate, Board and other staff to implement it. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to hr@mncenter.org by Monday, July 10, 2017. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cascade Drilling West Jordan, UT, United States
Jun 27, 2017
Do you have Sonic, Auger or Direct-Push Drilling Experience? Do you enjoy working outside and getting your hands dirty? Is the possibility of visiting all 50 states on your bucket list? Look no further, as Cascade Environmental has the job for you! ENVIRONMENTAL DRILLER ASSISTANTS WANTED! ENVIRONMENTAL DRILLER ASSISTANT Cascade Environmental, LLC is a full service company that specializes in drilling for environmental, geotechnical, mining and construction projects. Cascade's services include full sized track and truck mounted sonic, mini-sonic, air and mud rotary, reverse circulation, auger, rock coring, direct push drilling and vacuum hole clearing. Cascade drills environmental and geotechnical borings and installs all types of wells and instrumentation for site characterization studies, installation of remediation systems, geotechnical investigations and for construction site dewatering. It has also completed hundreds of in-situ injection remediation projects. Cascade Drilling's core beliefs are safety, customer service and quality. Well Drilling and Installation Geotechnical Testing Geoconstruction Direct Push Soil and Water Sampling Air Knife Vacuum Truck Services Well Development and Aquifer Testing Instrumentation Installation Core Drilling Investigation Derived Waste Service Health & Safety Training Technical Training POSITION DESCRIPTION The Driller Assistant supports the drilling crew in the drilling operation. This is an entry level position designed to train the individual in the various aspects of becoming a driller. You will act as an assistant to help the driller more easily perform drilling tasks The Driller Assistant will move, set up and operate drilling rigs and related equipment to drill holes. Work is outdoors in all weather conditions. The work is generally physically demanding. This position requires travel and the ability to work with a small crew of three or four. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Drives medium duty trucks to various job sites as directed by supervisor Loads appropriate drilling sampling and well installation tools and supplies onto trucks or drill rigs as directed by supervisor Performs preventative maintenance tasks as assigned by supervisors and prepares documentation Performs miscellaneous maintenance duties in field or shop as directed by supervisors Mechanical ability to do minor repairs Conduct pre-trip inspection Set up control zone Perform physical labor, shoveling, drilling debris, and transporting materials using ergonomically correct lifting techniques Ability to fill in for driller when qualified Knowledge of safety policies and procedures Other duties as assigned JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Have a valid drivers license- CDL A or CDL B preferred Must be willing to travel extensively High School Diploma or GED One year of steady working experience in construction or drilling Ability to lift up to 50 pounds throughout the day Maintain all certifications Forklift trained Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
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