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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Biological Science Technician Job with NPS

Below is a job announcement from Jamie Womble at the National Park Service that may be of interest to recent graduates:

 

Hi All,


Please note that the following job posting for a Biological Science Technician with the NPS-Glacier Bay National Park  harbor seal monitoring program in Juneau, Alaska, has been extended through September 21, 2016.  

 

The National Park Service is currently recruiting for a  Biological Science Technician (GS-0404-07) to work with the National Park Service Glacier Bay National Park harbor seal program in Juneau, Alaska.  The duties and details of the position are listed below.

 

The job posting is open effective September 12, 2016 and closes on September 21, 2016.  Details of the position and how to apply can be found at the following link on USA jobs.

 

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/450292900/

 

 

Biological Science Technician (GS-0404-07) with National Park Service Harbor Seal Program

 

Biological Science Technician GS-0404-07/07

Job Announcement Number:  GLBA-16-1799670-DECS

$22.45 per hour

Work Schedule is Full Time - Temporary NTE 1039 hours

Location:  Juneau, Alaska

 

Position Duties

As a Biological Science Technician, you will perform a variety of tasks in support of daily work operations associated with harbor seal monitoring in Glacier Bay National Park at the NPS office in Juneau, Alaska. Responsibilities include compiling and summarizing data in tabular, graphic, GIS, or narrative form, and reporting results in detail and prepares extensive field notes conducting survey and collecting field data. Works independently or as a member of a team conducting data processing in GIS, aerial photographic surveys, biological surveys, or other necessary field work. Assists professional biologists by reviewing, cataloging, performing literature review and extracting and compiling data as needed for report preparation.

Feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested in applying for this position.  For questions regarding the position, please contact Jamie Womble at (907) 364-1577 or Jamie_Womble@nps.gov.

 

Thank you,

 

Jamie

*************************************

Jamie N. Womble, Ph.D.

Wildlife Biologist

National Park Service

Glacier  Bay Field Station

3100 National Park Road

Juneau, Alaska 99801 USA

907.364.1577 (phone)

907.364.2606 (fax)

http://www.nps.gov/glba/naturescience/seal.htm

Monday, May 09, 2016

EPA Internships for Summer 2016 (Applications due this week)

Below are links to a variety of EPA internships in the northwest region.  Check before you apply because some of the announcements may be closed if they have already received 75 applications:

 

Today (Friday, May 6th), the Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 opened several student intern announcements in various locations in the Pacific Northwest.

 

We expect these announcements to receive a large number of applicants quickly. Although the announcements closing date is on 5/12/2016, due to applicant limits on the announcements, these opportunities will likely only be available for a 24-hour period.

  • Applications Open: 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, 5/6/2016
  • Applications May Close: 8:59 p.m. Pacific Time on Saturday 5/7/2016 

 

That is a very short timeframe for application. Due to the national visibility of these opportunities and the volume of applicants these announcements produce, there is an application limit on each announcement that we are likely to reach after the first 24 hours that it is posted.

 

If these opportunities may be of interest to any currently enrolled students, please forward this to their attention as soon as possible. They will need to set up an account/profile on USAjobs.gov and may follow any instructions below on setting up an alert for when these positions open.  These positions can be found here: EPA Region 10 Internships or by clicking on the links below.

 

Position                                                                                                          Location

 

Business and Administrative Student Intern  :                                       Seattle 

 

Information Technology Student Intern  :                                              Seattle

 

Environmental Protection Specialist Student Intern :                          Seattle, Anchorage, Boise

 

Environmental Scientist Student Intern  :                                               Seattle, Anchorage, Boise

 

 

 

Pathway 2016 Internship NTE Announcement

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 10 is recruiting for a few paid Internships this Summer.  We will be looking to hire for the following occupations and students majoring in Environmental Science and Engineering, Business Administration, Information Technology and Environmental Studies.  All Internships will be located throughout Region 10 which comprise of WA, ID, OR, and AK.

 

Open Application Period: May 6th - keep checking on usajobs and update your profile on USAJobs  for the upcoming online application.

 

Conditions of Employment

Subject to the Pathways employment conditions.
Background investigation required.
School certification of academic enrollment and progress required.

 

How to Apply: An online announcement on USAJobs.gov is coming shortly. You will need to apply through this online announcement. There will be a limit on the number of applications accepted so please set up your USAJobs.gov profile and upload your resume and school transcript at USAJobs.gov to prepare for the summer internship announcement. You can set up your profile to be notified when an announcement from EPA Region 10 appears.

 

What to Prepare

  • School Verification – The enrollment letter can be obtained from your school. If you are enrolling in a new school, you will need to submit your acceptance letter from the school for the Fall 2016 semester.
  • Academic Transcripts – all records of post high school academic career
  • Updated Resume

 

NOTE: Copies of your transcripts and a current proof of enrollment letter are required at the time of application to be considered for this program. 


EPA is an equal opportunity employer - Selection for this position will be based solely on merit without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, political affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, marital or family status or other differences.

 

 

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