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Current NEIWPCC Openings

A detailed job description for each position listed here is available for download from this page.

Send submissions via email to jobs@neiwpcc.org.

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NEIWPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 


Information Officer – Meeting and Events Planner
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking candidates for an Information Officer – Meeting and Events Planner. Each year, NEIWPCC holds approximately 50 events ranging from in-house meetings to national conferences with up to 800 participants. The Meeting and Events Planner, under the guidance and supervision of the Office Manager/Meeting and Events Coordinator, will provide logistic support to the planning and executing of meetings, conferences, trade shows, and events. Will be responsible for financial invoices and database reconciliation. Candidates must be energetic, have a positive attitude, and be comfortable working in a fast paced environment. Candidates must also have exceptional people skills, excellent computer, analytical and organizational skills, and enjoy working in a true team environment.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of professional experience. Some prior experience with hotel administration, public relations, events management or tourism. Attention to detail, facility with numbers, database skills, organizational skills, important for success in this position. Good judgment, discretion, and the ability to safeguard confidential information are required.

Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by June 10, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-Lowell-005.

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Hurricane Sandy Relief Positions

Operating under the umbrella of New York Rising, the recently established Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) has utilized funding for NEIWPCC to provide New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) with critical staff to focus solely on storm recovery tasks and related work. A variety of objectives will be assumed by the individuals hired during this project, including, but not limited to: the expediting of permits for GOSR-funded projects; including New York Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR), FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), FEMA Public Assistance (PA), Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF), and CDBG-DR Flood Buyout Program project applications; NYSDEC project reviews of Sandy recovery projects; and the provision of advice, council, input, expertise and guidance as needed, under the NYSDEC. The Cooperative Agreement runs through September 30, 2019.

New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is currently seeking candidates for the following positions to support this recovery work:

Environmental Analyst
New Paltz, NY

The Environmental Analyst will coordinate on various complex projects with applicants, involved municipalities, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, Empire State Development Corp., DOS (coastal), OPRHP (historic preservation), USEPA, Corps of Engineers, National Marine Fisheries Service, USFW Service, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and US Coast Guard. Will ensure timely review and issuance of permits associated with rebuilding products, and develop a thorough understanding of NEIWPCC’s and NYSDEC’s programs, organization and policies to be able to work effectively with state and federal contacts. Must have proven ability to organize workload, and perform tasks in a conclusive and timely manner.

The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in civil, environmental or geological engineering, environmental planning, environmental natural or physical science, or related field. Must have proven technical or professional experience in the environmental science field, have excellent computer skills, the ability to maintain accurate records, and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample, as indicated above by July 8, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-SR-NP-002.

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Environmental Analyst – Wildlife Biologist
Albany, NY

The Environmental Analyst will produce and provide guidance documents to streamline and standardize the review of project for potential impacts to threatened and endangered species. Will train DEC staff in the use of these documents. Will provide support and training for the undertaking of northern long-eared and Indiana bat assessments and studies, and other fish and wildlife habitat. Design and conduct threatened and endangered species monitoring and studies. Use studies as necessary to assess potential impact(s) of proposed flood recovery activities on these natural resources. Will work with New York Natural Heritage Program to screen flood recovery projects that may potentially impact at-risk, threatened, endangered or rare species, and/or their habitat(s.)

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science, wildlife science, ecology, or related field. Proven knowledge in the ecology of northern long-eared and Indiana bats, and their habitats, including identification through auditory recordings. Proficiency in GIS a plus. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, a must.

Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by July 8, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-SR-Albany-003.

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