Tuesday, June 3, 2014

June 2 - 6

The MAEOE "Weekly Roundup" is back in action after a long hiatus while we executed our Green Schools Program and Youth Summit planning. To recap, MAEOE welcomed 59 new schools into our Maryland Green Schools Program while retaining 76 schools through our re-certification process. These schools displayed some pretty innovative projects and a true commitment to developing students with strong environmental ethics. Here is a quick summary of the 2014 Green Schools applications by the numbers:

 40,603: square feet of green roofs installed
5,381: Trees planted
146,000: square feet of riparian buffer installed
    324: storm drains painted
109,044: square feet of rain gardens installed
1,248,178: pounds of paper recycled

The 5th Annual Maryland Green Schools Youth Summit went off without a hitch last Friday, May 30th at Sandy Point State Park. The park was packed with students and teachers eager to learn more about lessening their school's environmental impact. The 40+ learning stations included everything from animal encounters to an energy audit demonstration. The enthusiasm from schools that were being honored for their achievements in this year's Maryland Green Schools Program illustrated that developina generation of environmentally literate earth stewards can make a significant impact in the fight against environmental degradation. 

To top it all off, Governor Martin O'Malley brought down the house when he whipped out a guitar and started jamming. O'Malley discussed a new "Restore Your Schoolshed" initiative that encourages students and teachers alike to clean up streams and creeks in proximity to their schools. 

Thanks to everyone who helped with both programs, we would not be able to pull off these events without our fantastic board members and dedicated volunteers. 

Without further ado, let's hop into some professional development and job opportunities. 

shenandoah.jpgChoose Clean Water Coalition

JUNE 3-4, 2014

The first day of this great conference is...today. So I apologize for the late notice. But below is a copy of the schedule for tomorrow's sessions and it looks like there is a great agenda. Give it a look and see if you can't make it down there: Wednesday, June 4, 2014
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast Roundtable Discussions
  • Communicating about climate change
    Moderator: Claudia Friedetzky, Sierra Club Maryland
  • Economic impacts of drilling
    Moderator: Megan Gallagher, The Hillsdale Fund
  • Farm Bureau litigation
    Moderator:  Jon Mueller, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Federal policy update
    Moderator: Peter Marx, Choose Clean Water Coalition
  • Major donor cultivation
    Moderator: Rebecca Neumann, National Wildlife Federation
  • Stormwater success story in Maryland
    Moderator: Brent Bolin, Maryland League of Conservation Voters
  • Sustainable building
    Moderator: Christy Everett
  • Waters of the U.S.
    Moderator: Ally Fields, Environment America
  • Chesapeake Institute for Grassroots Organizing (CIGO)
    Facilitators:  Heather Iliff and Caryn Anthony, Maryland Nonprofits
9:15 – 10:30 a.m.
Extreme Weather
  • Panelists: Ivor Van Heerden, Formly of Center for the Study of Public Health Impacts of Hurricanes and former deputy director of the Louisiana State University Hurricane Center
  • Nancy Hotchkiss, National Aquarium in Baltimore
  • Naomi Edelson, National Wildlife Federation
  • Brenna Goggin, Delaware Nature Society
10:45 a.m. – noon
Panels and Workshops
How Can We Reach Out Further to the Agricultural Community For Clean Water?
  • Moderator: Bobby Whitescarver
  • Panelists: Libby Norris, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Jared Parks, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy
  • Matt Royer, Pennsylvania State College of Agricultural Sciences
Hear how organizations are reaching out to the agricultural community to increase conservation practices.
Finding Cost Effective Solutions to Reduce Polluted Runoff
  • Presenters: Dave Hirschman, Center for Watershed Protection
  • Adrienne Kotula, James River Association
The James River Association partnered with the Center for Watershed Protection to identify the most cost effective practices that localities can implement to achieve the necessary polluted runoff reductions to reach local water quality goals. We will discuss finding cost-effective stormwater retrofits in urban or agricultural landscapes. In addition, Dave will provide an update on the Center's Clean Water Optimization Tool for the Eastern Shore, MD. This tool will provide more flexible stormwater management, contains updated cost information, allows user inputs, and provides an optimization step for planning purposes. 
Understanding Storytelling: The What, Why, How and When of Telling True Stories that Support your Organization’s Goals and Mission
  • Presenter: Vijai Nathan, Speakeasy DC
Storytelling has become so popular among business people, activists, fundraisers, change-makers, and thought leaders for this very reason: because relating to other people is how, in the end, you make a difference. In this interactive session, participants gain an understanding of the what, why, how, and when of storytelling: What are the qualities of a well-told story? Why are stories effective? How do you identify story material? Through lecture and demonstration, participants will leave with an understanding of narrative structure, the elements of a well-told story, and how to find story-source material from their own experiences. 
Toxic Challenges and Opportunities to Address the Situation
  • Moderator: Jacob Powell, Virginia Conservation Network
  • Panelists: Peter DeFur, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Ryan Murphy, University of Richmond School of Law
  • Dennis Chestnut, Groundwork Anacostia
12:30 – 1:30
  • Speaker: Kristen Grimm, Spitfire Communications
1:45 – 3:00 p.m.
Panels and Workshops
Water Reporter 2.0
  • Presenters: John Dawes, Jr., Chesapeake Commons
Pulling members from the audience, we will show how a citizen can use version 2.0 of Water Reporter to document pollution, share their report to social media outlets, automatically notify Waterkeepers or state agencies, and ensure the incident is remediated all with a few taps on their smartphone. Following the demonstration our team will share some insight on ways to effectively leverage open-source technologies to catalyze restoration outcomes. Our goal is to demonstrate how collaboration between environmental stakeholders and programmers can result in outcome oriented applications that create transparency, engages citizens, and expedites bay restoration.
Protecting Public Lands from the Impacts of Drilling
  • Moderator: John Dawes, Sr., Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
  • Panelists: Cindy Dunn, PennFuture
  • Jim Nations, National Parks Conservation Association
  • Sarah Francisco, Southern Environmental Law Center
Building Partnerships with Diverse Communities: Discussing Lessons Learned and Developing a Plan to Move Forward
  • Moderator: Jill Witkowski, Choose Clean Water Coalition
  • Participants: Vernice Miller- Travis, Skeo Solutions and the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council
  • Darryl Haddock, West Atlanta Watershed Alliance
  • Mark Magana, Green Latinos
The Choose Clean Water Coalition and our members struggle to connect with diverse groups and with diverse members of our communities. While we all recognize the importance of reaching new audiences, most of us have little idea of how to start. Vernice Miller-Travis, Mark Magana and Darryl Haddock will begin a conversation with attendees to share their insights of successes and failures “traditional green groups” in partnering with diverse community groups. Attendees will then break into workgroups with our Thought Leaders to develop plans for how individual Coalition members and the Coalition as a whole can begin building effective, long-term partnerships with diverse communities and the groups that already represent them.
3:10 – 4:00 p.m.
Molly Ward, Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources
http://choosecleanwater.org/our-conference/2014 to register...
Explore and Restore your Schoolshed
Teacher Workshops

Do you want to get your students outside to a local stream for some challenging and relevant science and action projects? Grab your boots and join us for free one-day professional development that emphasizes outdoor learning to help meet new Environmental Literacy, STEM, and Next Generation Science Standards – while weaving in elements of social studies and other disciplines. Additional resources will be provided for indoor classroom preparation and reflective extensions.
Registration is now open through June 30!
The first 60 to register for August workshops will be eligible for a $50 stipend!!
Elementary Edition
Appropriate for elementary and lower middle school grades
Register for one of two workshops:
August 6 at the Lathrop E. Smith Center in Rockville, MD
October 1 at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center in Abingdon, MD
Spend a day outside learning how you can engage your students in the Governor’s “Explore and Restore your Schoolshed” Initiative. In this training, teachers will be introduced to streams investigation activities to use with students.  Participants will practice student friendly field techniques for measuring water quality, collecting and identifying macroinvertebrates, and understanding physical elements of a stream ecosystem.  Teachers will also have the opportunity to build and use STEM applicable measuring tools. Examples of student stewardship projects will inspire ideas for future action.
Secondary Edition
Appropriate for upper middle school and high school grades
Register for one of two workshops:
August 20 at the Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock, MD
October 10 at the Jug Bay Wetland Sanctuary in Lothian, MD
Join us for a day of field studies offered through the Governor’s “Explore and Restore your Schoolshed Initiative.  Teachers will be introduced to streams investigations and water quality analysis activities to use with students. This workshop will provide teachers with hands-on training, STEM applicable tools, and student resources for launching a student-led stream study at a site near your school.  Participants will learn field techniques to measure water chemistry parameters, identify habitat needs for stream biota, and assess some of the physical characteristics necessary for a well functioning stream.  With this knowledge, teachers and their students will be prepared to determine the overall health of their stream and surrounding watershed. Student data collected will be shared with other students and analyzed using readily accessible technology.   Ultimately, students will use this information to design and carry out their own action projects that will have a positive effect on their local natural resources. Examples of real student projects will inspire ideas for stewardship efforts.
Questions? Contact
Amanda Sullivan
Conservation Education Assistant
Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Composting Workshop - Evergreen Heritage Center

On Saturday June 14th at the beautiful, historic Evergreen Heritage Center (EHC) in Mount Savage, the EHC Foundation and Allegany College of Maryland are pleased to present a Compostingworkshop where participants will discover how to create "black gold" for their gardens that provides nutrients and improves soil texture. Attendees will also receive a worm composting kit to use at home

In addition to this workshop, which is offered in the morning from 9am to noon, participants may also register for an afternoon workshop (1-4pm) onSmall Spaces Gardening. No space to garden?  Think small and learn small spaces gardening and square foot techniques.  Attendees will also receive agarden kit including plants!

For more information or to register for one or both workshops, call 301-784-5341.  Fees are $34/workshop or $54 for both.  Participants may also bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the EHC grounds.

Chesapeake Water Environment Association Stormwater Seminar

The Chesapeake Water Environment Association (CWEA)'s Stormwater Committee will hold a full-day seminar at MITAGS (Maritime Institute) on June 4, 2014. Table-top exhibit spots are available now at our registration website. 

Final Agenda Click Below


Last year's stormwater seminar attracted more than 200 stormwater quality professionals from Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia and we anticipate a similar level of attendance for this year's event. 
Confirmed speakers include local government representative from stormwater programs around the Chesapeake Bay region.  This is a great opportunity to display products and services to customers in the stormwater/watershed arena. 

Check the professional development calendar on MAEOE's website for a complete listing of events and opportunities. 

And now for this week's edition of...

1. Bridging the Watershed Coordinator - Alice Ferguson Foundation
JOB POSTED 6/2/2014
The Alice Ferguson Foundation (AFF), a leading environmental education organization in the greater Washington, DC metro area is seeking an experienced, Program Coordinator for the Bridging the Watershed (BTW) program.

BTW is an outreach education program for grades 6-12, of the Alice Ferguson Foundation, in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS) and area schools, designed to promote student academic achievement, personal connections with the natural world, lifelong civic engagement, and environmental stewardship through hands-on curriculum-based outdoor studies in national parks and public lands.

The individual is responsible for day-to-day operations and logistics of this middle and high school education program.  This position supervises field educators and coordinates existing BTW programs and curricula. The BTW coordinator must efficiently collaborate with other coordinators and the education staff within the Alice Ferguson Foundation. This position reports to the Education Manager. The coordinator works to create and maintain relationships with parks, school systems, and other organizations as it relates to program needs for the BTW program.

The Program Coordinator oversees the implementation of student evaluation and data and works with other AFF staff to ensure accurate data entry. The coordinator also serves as a field educator teaching students in national parks. The BTW Program Coordinator inventories and monitors field science equipment used by students.

The successful candidate demonstrates flexibility, maturity, and a good track record of delegating tasks and supervising staff. Reliable transportation is a must.

The Bridging the Watershed Coordinator is a full-time, permanent position with benefits and works within the greater Washington, DC metro area with an office at the Alice Ferguson Foundation's main office in Accokeek, MD.

Education and Skill Requirements:
-    BA/BS in environmental science, environmental studies, education, natural sciences, natural resources/parks, or        closely related field or significant related work experience
-    At least 2 years of experience working in environmental education
-    Proven experience in coordinating group logistics, programs, and scheduling
-    Currently certified in adult First Aid/CPR (or willing to be certified)
-    Subject to criminal background/fingerprinting check due to working with minors
-    Comfort in working in natural, outdoor settings under varying weather conditions
-    Ability to lift at least 25 lbs.

A competitive benefits package and salary, commensurate with experience, along with a dynamic and collaborative working environment are among the advantages of working at the Alice Ferguson Foundation. To apply, email cover letter and resume to HR@fergusonfoundation.org. This announcement will remain active until the position is filled.

2. Chief Civil Engineer - James City County
$72,568 or higher, DOQ + benefits; Full-time Regular; The Engineering and Resource Protection Division is seeking a qualified individual to perform advanced professional work responsible for the engineering and plan of development review functions associated with the County’s Bay Act, BMP certification, erosion and sediment control, drainage standards, stormwater management VSMP, floodplain, dam safety and private street programs. Primary Duties: Supervise and manage division engineers and plan reviewers and coordinate with Division compliance inspection staff; Advanced plan of development case management; Engineering review and assistance for subdivision and zoning ordinance programs; Serves as certified floodplain administrator CFM for County floodplain program team; Communicate with the development community on plan of development reviews; Case interaction with the Board of Supervisors, County Administration, Development Manager, County Attorney, Planning Commission and Development Review Committee; Oversight of BMP record drawing and construction certification review program; Train new engineering and plan of development review staff; Perform public education activities for Division programs; Complete special assignments from the Director of Engineering and Resource Protection. Click on job title to view job requirements. Accepting applications until the position is filled. Visit https://jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov to learn more and apply.

3. Communications Coordinator - Alice Ferguson Foundation

Communications Coordinator

The Alice Ferguson Foundation (AFF) seeks a dynamic, proven communications professional to coordinate the Foundation's website content, social media presence, media relations, publications, and other outreach materials. AFF is an environmental educational non-profit focused on connecting people to the natural world, sustainable agricultural practices and the cultural heritage of their local watershed through education, stewardship and advocacy in the Washington DC metro region.
Position Summary/Requirements
The Communications Coordinator will integrate and coordinate all of AFF's communication platforms with consistent messaging and branding by utilizing the Foundation's website, social media channels, and print publications. The incumbent will also coordinate all media relations and outreach for AFF programs and events and execute an annual communications plan to strategically ensure the Foundation's mission and initiatives are well understood and widely known. Coordination with partners on key initiative such as the Foundation's Litter Prevention Public Service Campaign, Litter Enforcement Month, and a web-based platform for mapping citizen science data will be a key component of the job will be managing the Trash Network, an online volunteer database and data collection tool.
Successful candidates will be self-starters with a demonstrated ability to create and post online content; draft and layout basic printed materials including outreach material, advertisements, activities, newsletters and annual reports; and a proven track record in media relations. A strong commitment to the environment and an understanding of the importance of communication as it relates to fundraising is a plus. Excellent oral, written, and solid relationship building skills are essential. High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite are required. Experience working with HTML, a WordPress website, and Constant Contact is desired. Applicants should have a relevant Bachelor's degree and/or a minimum of 2-4 years of experience.
A competitive benefits package and salary, commensurate with experience, along with a dynamic and collaborative working environment are among the advantages of working at the Alice Ferguson Foundation.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to HR@fergusonfoundation.org
Applications will be accepted until June 13, 2014.
This is a full-time position with benefits in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. 

Clara Elias
Program Manager
Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative
Alice Ferguson Foundation
2001 Bryan Point Road
Accokeek, MD 20607
Office: 202-417-3524
Cell: 202-580-5897

4. Assistant Director of Outreach - Alliance for Aquatic Resources Monitoring
Posting NumberS00117
Position TitleALLARM Assistant Director of Outreach
Working Title
Position Number
Pay Grade
Position TypeAdministrative

Division and Department Information

DivisionAcademic Affairs
DepartmentEnvironmental Studies

Posting Information

Job Summary/Basic FunctionAbout ALLARM:
Housed in the College’s Environmental Studies Department and founded in 1986,ALLARM is a nationally recognized technical and programmatic support center for community organizations interested in watershed assessment, protection, and restoration. The program staff includes a Director, an Assistant Director of Technical Assistance, an Outreach Coordinator/Assistant Director of Outreach, a faculty Science Adviser, and 12-14 undergraduate student staff.
Job Responsibilities:
Program Coordination and Community Outreach:
• Provide capacity-building technical assistance for communities monitoring stream health in the shale-gas extraction (fracking) region.
• Implement capacity-building workshops for community partners in watershed assessments and shale-gas monitoring.
• Provide follow up assistance to communities trained in shale-gas monitoring, including:
o In-person meetings
o Monthly e-newsletter
o Monthly conference calls
o Online toolkit
• Coordinate equipment inventory, ordering, and dissemination in collaboration withALLARM Assistant Director of Technical Assistance.
Organizational Outreach:
• Help to market ALLARM’s work.
• Develop organizational outreach materials.
• Maintain ALLARM’s web site and online toolkits.
• Provide editing and design support to ALLARM’s publications.
• Seek out and integrate new outreach technologies for ALLARM to use.
Student Staff Supervision:
• Assist the Director with supervision of 12-14 student staff.
• Develop, delegate, and supervise project tasks.
• Oversee student projects related to community outreach and publications.
The position offers competitive benefits and a salary in the low $30K.
Preferred QualificationsQualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, communications, or related field.
• 1-3 years of experience working in environmental, communications, and/or community outreach fields.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to work with college students and diverse volunteer constituency.
• Ability to handle complicated tasks and projects.
• Detail and deadline oriented.
• Able to work some evening and weekend hours – travel several days/month around the region.
• Experience with community outreach is required.
Physical DemandsAbility to drive throughout the Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia region several days a month. Ability to carry supplies up to 25 pounds.

Work Schedule

Advertised Work Schedule
Number of hours/day
Number of hours/week
Proposed Start Date08/04/2014

Posting Detail Information

Posting Date05/27/2014
Open Until FilledNo
Closing Date06/30/2014
Application Review Begin Date06/16/2014
Is this a Temporary Position?Yes
Full-Time/Part-TimeFull Time
If Full-Time, please specify12 month full-time (52 weeks)
If Part-Time, please specifyNot Applicable
EEO StatementThe College is committed to building a representative and diverse faculty, administrative staff, and student body. We encourage applications from all qualified persons.

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
  1. How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
    • CareerLink
    • Craigslist
    • CASE (Council for Advancement & Support of Education)
    • Employee Referral
    • HigherEdJobs.com
    • Jobs at Dickinson (http://jobs.dickinson.edu)
    • Monster Jobs (monster.com)
    • Newspaper/publication
    • Patriot News
    • Radio
    • Referral from Dickinson staff, faculty, friend or family member
    • Sentinel Newspaper
    • The Chronicle of Higher Education
    • Yahoo Jobs
    • The Guide
    • ScholarlyHires.com
    • Other Website
    • Other

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application - https://jobs.dickinson.edu/postings/1977 for more information
5. Associate, Clean Water Supply - American Rivers

Job Summary

American Rivers seeks a Conservation Associate for the Clean Water Supply Program in Pennsylvania. The Associate will promote policies and practices to local, state and regional governments to use green infrastructure and increase natural hydrologic function in the management of water resources, particularly stormwater runoff. Specifically, the Associate will support projects in Pennsylvania that demonstrate green infrastructure or serve to increase green infrastructure implementation locally. These projects may include outreach and education, providing technical assistance through workshops, sharing innovations and lessons learned through webinars, developing and disseminating tools such as planning resources on water quality benefits, financing strategies and/or the regulatory framework for water resource management that benefits from green infrastructure practices. The Associate will work closely with American Rivers’ staff, especially the Clean Water Supply Program, and will be guided in the development of these projects by the Director of Clean Water Supply in Pennsylvania. This full-time position is fully funded for one year but may be extended if the existing funding is renewed or new funding is secured.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Work with Clean Water Supply Director in Pennsylvania to carry out Clean Water Supply work plans within the Commonwealth.
  • Conduct research, outreach, and education to promote state, regional and local planning, financing, and implementation of green infrastructure for sustainable water management.
  • Engage community leaders, municipal and state officials; coordinate with project partners from other organizations. Attend and help lead meetings.
  • Assist in the development of strategies to improve local, state and regional green infrastructure practices and stormwater policies. Promote American Rivers’ reports and tools.
  • Coordinate with other American Rivers staff in Pennsylvania and engage other American Rivers’ Programs as needed.
  • Represent American Rivers in public forums and the media.
  • Travel as needed to represent American Rivers and conduct project work.


  • Bachelor’s degree in policy, planning, engineering, natural or physical science or other discipline(s) relevant to managing water resources.
  • At least 2 to 3 years of experience, expertise or education focused on stormwater or green infrastructure.
  • A passion for clean water, healthy rivers and strong communities.
  • Familiarity with current regulation and guidance for stormwater such as: Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) permits, Best Management Practice (BMP) Stormwater Manual, Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP), Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), and Erosion and Sediment Control (Chapter 102.)
  • Familiarity with current and evolving funding and financing mechanisms such as: Clean Water State Revolving Program (SRF) and the Green Project Reserve (GPR), stormwater authorities and impervious fee structures and strategies to promote green infrastructure.
  • Dependable and self-motivated; able to work independently and proactively.
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct research, outreach and coordinate projects.
  • Effective advocate with strong written and verbal communications skills.
  • Team player with the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.

Compensation And Benefits

Salary is commensurate with experience. Full-time employee benefits include health, dental, vision and life insurance, a retirement plan, and generous leave time. This full-time position is fully funded for one year but may be extended if the existing funding is renewed or new funding is secured.

Application Process

Applications will be considered immediately. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to: jobs@americanrivers.org, with “PA Clean Water Supply” in the subject line. No phone calls please.
American Rivers is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

About American Rivers

American Rivers protects wild rivers, restores damaged rivers, and conserves clean water for people and nature. Since 1973, American Rivers has protected and restored more than 150,000 miles of rivers through advocacy efforts, on-the-ground projects, and an annual America’s Most Endangered Rivers® campaign. Headquartered in Washington, DC, American Rivers has offices across the country and more than 200,000 members, supporters, and volunteers.
Rivers connect us to each other, nature, and future generations. Find your connections at AmericanRivers.orgFacebook.com/AmericanRivers, and Twitter.com/AmericanRivers.
- See more at: http://www.americanrivers.org/about/careers/associate-clean-water-supply/#sthash.PKwLDe8e.dpuf

6. Natural and Historical Resources Manager - Montgomery County Parks
The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery County Parks, Horticultural, Forestry,and Environmental Education Division, is seeking a Natural and Historical Resources Mananger. Under direction, performs difficult program management and development work involving considerable responsibility, complexity and variety. Plans, manages and coordinates Montgomery Parks nature centers and environmental education programs. Represents Montgomery Parks with Maryland’s Children In Nature initiative in meetings and work groups. Coordinates interpretive services through programs, facilities, displays, signs and brochures. Reviews and recommends operating procedures at nature centers.   Makes recommendations for new or revised management processes, programs, policies, training or new equipment. Recommends major maintenance and facility and exhibit rehabilitation projects. Directly supervises nature center managers.   Oversees and manages operation and revenue budget for nature centers.    Meets with citizens, community groups, recreation councils, Montgomery County Public Schools staff, Planning Board, other government agencies, outside professional organizations and other Commission units to plan and promote programs.

Working conditions include considerable pressure to meet deadlines and occasional weekends and evenings
 Minimum Qualifications:
1. Bachelor's degree or four years progressively responsible
experience in Park Administration, Natural Resources
Conservation, or Outdoor Education or related subjects; and
2. Four additional years of park administration or Natural Resources program management experience that includes two years of supervisory experience that relates to functional area of assignments (e.g., park interpretation, historical preservation,
natural resource management, conservation and outdoor educationecology, or physical, natural, or environmental sciences); or

3. An equivalent combination of education and experience.
4. Valid driver's license or the ability to acquire one
Natural and Historical Resources Manager (11259, Grade J)
Closing Date/Time:
Tue. 06/24/14 11:59 PM Eastern Time
$64,538.00 - $112,476.00 Annually 
Job Type:

Silver Spring, Maryland

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