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BMW Group 1400 Highway 101, Greer, SC 29651, United States
Mar 22, 2017
Internship- Paid
Description The intern will be working on a variety of tasks related to environmental regulatory compliance requirements and components of the plant's Environmental Management System (ISO 14001). Fall responsibilities will include assisting with environmental audits, collection of compliance data and preparation of required compliance reports, development of training courses and environmental awareness campaigns in the plant, and special projects involving reduction of water consumption, air emissions, waste generation, and/or industrial wastewater discharge. These responsibilities are strictly associated with the management system and compliance activities that are applicable to BMW’s buildings and processes. Responsibilities of the Environmental Management department do not extend to mobile sources (i.e. vehicles produced at Plant Spartanburg).  BMW Manufacturing Company is an EEO/affirmative action employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Remember to say you found this opportunity at
EnSafe Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville
Mar 22, 2017
Full time
  We are EnSafe, an employee-owned, global professional services firm. We strive to provide cutting-edge, innovative solutions for our clients. We are currently accepting applications for an Environmental Scientist/Ecologist. Our ideal candidate will have a strong desire to pursue ecological assessments and project management as a career choice. This position will support ecological investigations, including wetland, stream and terrestrial environments as well as evaluation of environmental impacts for projects subject to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The successful candidate will support projects under the direction of senior ecologists and environmental scientists. The successful candidate can expect to receive assignments of increasing complexity commensurate with demonstrated technical and critical thinking skills and/or additional education.   Typical ecology project assignments will focus on a range of field evaluation tasks, such as delineation of jurisdictional wetlands, streams and other unique ecosystems, evaluation of potential impacts of proposed projects on aquatic or terrestrial ecosystems, preparing required permit documentation, or developing appropriate mitigation plans, or measures, that may be required to support permit or other project activities. NEPA project involvement will include analyses of environmental impacts of proposed project alternatives to support Categorical Exemptions, Environmental Assessments or Environmental Impact Statement findings.   We require a minimum of seven years of experience in ecology, environmental science, or NEPA, a BS in a related field, good written and verbal communication skills, strong work ethic, exceptional deductive reasoning skills and attention to detail. Coursework or experience related to biology, ecology (terrestrial or aquatic), forestry, soils or similar sciences provides an excellent foundation for this position. This Environmental Scientist/Ecologist can be based out of any of our Tennessee offices (with a preference for Memphis).   Our employees are outgoing, self-motivated, and thrive in a fast-paced consulting environment. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, an outstanding work environment, and the opportunity to work on innovative and challenging projects. For consideration, submit your cover letter, salary expectations, and resume.   Check us out on the web at   EEO/AA
St. Paul Como Park Zoo & Conservatory, Estabrook Drive, Saint Paul, MN, United States
Mar 22, 2017
Part time
Do you enjoy working with people in an environment filled with plants and animals?   Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is now hiring part-time, seasonal public educators in the Visitor Services Department.   Attendants provide excellent customer service 365 days a year and serve as public educators teaching visitors about the plants and animals at Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.  This position includes work in both indoor and outdoor settings (in all weather conditions) and requires standing and/or walking during most of the 4-9 hour shifts.  Experience working with or studying plants and animals is preferred.  Core skills and experience include: public speaking ability, second language skills, customer service experience, CPR and first aid certification.   Job Responsibilities: Represent Como Park Zoo and Conservatory in a professional manner by being friendly, proactive, courteous, knowledgeable, and well-groomed Enthusiastically interprets plants and animals to the public in an informal setting Actively welcome, engage, guide and orient Como visitors Follow established policies and procedures at Como Greet and support volunteers Assist with administering first aid and giving CPR, if certified Ensure opening and closing procedures are done daily Other duties as assigned Requirements High School Diploma or General Education Development Certificate (GED) Must be able to work 20-40 hours per week through Labor Day; including weekends, some evening events and holidays Must be dependable Have the ability to stand or walk for four hours at a time Working indoors and outdoors in all weather and temperature conditions is required Have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively over the radio and public address system Be self-motivated, outgoing, and well-spoken Display strong leadership skills Be available to attend ongoing trainings which may include: customer service, emergency procedures and plant and animal interpretation Must be able to lift 50 pounds Pass a criminal background check Must be available to attend one of two scheduled four-day, mandatory, paid training sessions: May 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th & 24th (shifts scheduled beginning in May after training is completed) OR June 4th, 6th, 7th, 9th & 14th (shifts scheduled beginning in June after training is complete) Deadline:   Application deadline for May training session is April 17 , 2017 Application deadline for June training session is May 17, 2017 Current job listings at the Como Zoo and Conservatory can also be viewed at: Temporary: This posting is open to anyone who meets the position requirements. Positions hired to complete short-term, seasonal assignments. No benefits are provided for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at
St. Paul 1100 Hamline Ave N., Saint Paul, MN 55108
Mar 22, 2017
Full time
General Duty Statement : The Natural Resources section of Parks and Recreation is seeking an Educator to lead summer youth and family programs in Saint Paul’s regional parks. The primary task will be leading the sPARK environmental education program. The Educator will also staff preschool nature programs, nature play meetups, and other programs as needed. Job Responsibilities Lead hands-on, indoor and outdoor environmental education programs Maintain positive relationships with sPARK youth and partner site staff Prepare program materials Transport youth and partner site staff to parks Collaborate with partner site staff to ensure smooth program delivery Collect evaluations and keep attendance records Use age appropriate teaching and group management techniques Assist with special projects, programs, and events Requirements Experience leading groups in indoor and outdoor settings (including inclement weather) Ability to work well with children, adults and diverse populations Knowledge of ecological principles Excellent communication and organizational skills Ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision Ability to problem-solve, multi-task and manage projects and time efficiently Ability to follow directions, complete assignments, and meet deadlines Excellent problem solving skills, flexibility, a positive outlook, and a sense of humor Must have a valid Minnesota driver’s license Must be able to stand for up to an hour Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Preferred Qualifications Academic training in education, environmental education, environmental studies, or a related field Proficiency in a language other than English Connection to communities of color in Saint Paul Training Must complete CPR and First Aid training on the job (if not already certified) Must complete van driver training on the job Duration : Late May through August 2017 Hours: 40 hours per week; primarily regular work day hours with occasional weekend and evening hours. Temporary: This posting is open to anyone who meets the position requirements. This is a seasonal, temporary position hired to complete short-term assignments. No benefits are available for this position. The City of Saint Paul is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Veterans, women, persons of color, members of the LGBT community, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Working Title: Seasonal Environmental Educator Official Title: Parks and Recreation Worker (Class Code: 920010, 31H:15) An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer Closing Date: 3/26/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at
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