Jobs and Internships



Position title: Intern, Center for Environmental Education Research (CEER)

 Location: National Council for Science and The Environment Washington, DC

 (with flexibility to work remotely)

 Start date: June 2016

 Duration and hours: 2 months (June and July 2016),

 40 hours/week - start and end dates flexible

 Reports to: Director of the Center for Environmental Education Research   

 About CEER: CEER conducts ongoing research to advance understanding of the rapidly evolving fields of  interdisciplinary environmental, sustainability, and energy education. Research reports are targeted to  higher education administrators, educators, policy makers and students and are provided as benefits for  members of NCSE’s Affiliate Programs.

  Interns’ responsibilities:

 - Assist with production and delivery of census report. This includes collecting  relevant data regarding environmental, sustainability and energy higher  education  programs via web research.
 - Maintain data spreadsheets and files, and carry out data coding and screening. 
 - May include data analysis, and creation of visuals such as tables, graphs, and  maps, and some report writing if time permits.
 Desired qualifications and skills:
 - Currently completing an undergraduate or graduate program in natural or social  science field.
 - Ability to manage large sets of data. 
 - Strict attention to detail and thoroughness.
 - A sense of responsibility and time management.
   Contact Sumedha Rao at [email protected] with questions or to submit an      application (resume and cover letter). The deadline for applications is June 1st. 




Position Title:  Wildlife Biology Faculty 

Company Name:  Unity College

Location:  Unity, ME 04988


Unity College is a private college in rural Maine that provides dedicated, engaged students with a liberal arts education that emphasizes the environment, natural resources, and the emerging framework of Sustainability Science. The highly engaged student body, staff and faculty reflect a range of expertise characteristic of a liberal arts institution, and are united by their common interest in developing sustainable solutions to the pressing environmental problems of the 21st century. Recently named to the top 30 of the Washington Monthly college rankings and Princeton Review's Green Rating Honor Roll, Unity is rapidly becoming recognized as a national leader in Sustainability Science.

Job Description:

Unity College seeks an enterprising colleague to join our Wildlife Biology/Wildlife and Fisheries Management faculty for fall of 2016. The successful applicant will engage in teaching and advising undergraduate students, scholarly research, and service to the college mission, which emphasizes sustainability science. Faculty are expected to involve undergraduates in research activities. We are searching for a broadly-trained wildlife or fisheries biologist with skills and knowledge that enhance the ability of program faculty to offer multiple introductory and advanced courses within the Wildlife programs. Desired specialties include human dimensions of wildlife, urban wildlife management, or aquatic or terrestrial game management.

Required functions include:

  • Teaching introductory and advanced classes in the Wildlife and Fisheries Management and Wildlife Biology programs.
  • Advising and mentoring students seeking careers in the wildlife and fisheries fields.
  • Providing opportunities for undergraduate research through existing or newly developed projects.
  • Developing and/or maintaining partnerships with outside entities to benefit the wildlife programs and provide a range of opportunities for students.
  • Teaching courses from outside the above programs as appropriate, and contribute to our Environmental Citizen general education curriculum and engage in transdisciplinary teaching with their colleagues.

Job Requirements

  • The ideal candidate for this position will have:
  • Terminal degree in fisheries or wildlife biology/management or closely related field of study.
  • Field experience in fisheries or wildlife research or management
  • Experience working for/with state or federal management agencies
  • Demonstrated ability teaching in a college environment
  • Specialty knowledge of human dimensions of wildlife, urban wildlife management, or game management.

Additional Information:

Experiential Education: Unity is an environmentally focused academic community committed to sustainability science education that includes service-learning and field, project and community-based educational experiences. Student research, internships, field courses, independent studies and co-curricular programming all contribute to the hands on/minds on teaching and learning atmosphere at Unity College. From our new colleagues we expect exceptional teaching and visionary curricular thinking. In addition, faculty are expected to mentor students, engage with community, pursue scholarship and share in governance.

General Information: This is a salaried, 9-month academic year position subject to regular evaluation and renewal and eligible for the following benefits: medical; dental; employer-paid STD, LTD, Life; flexible benefits plan offering medical and dependent care reimbursement accounts; voluntary life insurance; faculty medical leave, 403(b) retirement plan. Teaching workload for faculty is up to 21 credits per year.

Application Instructions:

Review of applications will begin March 7, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. It is our desire to have a new colleague hired for Fall 2016. Applicants must submit the following documents electronically through Interview Exchange:

1. Letter of interest,

2. Curriculum vitae or Resume,

3. Statement of teaching philosophy

4. Employment Application

5. Names and contact information for three references.

Contact Unity College Human Resources with any questions about this position or the application process.

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