Research and Evaluation Assistant
Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center
College Park, Maryland
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: September 28, 2018

This position will support the center’s biannual request for proposals and postdoctoral fellowship applications, as well as monitor center activities and analyze outcomes. Duties include managing the proposal application process, communicate with grant applicants, create presentation materials, conduct qualitative and quantitative assessments of the center, and provide research support for center activities. A bachelor’s in biological or environmental science, statistical software experience, and database management skills are required.

Executive Director
Western States Seismic Policy Council
Sacramento, California
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: October 15, 2018

This position will head the Western States Seismic policy council’s operations, programs, and strategic planning. Duties include coordinating annual grant planning with Federal Emergency Management Agency partners, conducting member communication and outreach, maintaining all financial operations, and coordinating policy activities. A bachelor’s degree in geoscience, emergency management, or nonprofit management, budgeting experience, and leadership ability are required.

Emergency Management Coordinator
Los Angeles County Los Angeles, California
Salary: $68,054 to $89,262
Deadline: Open until filled

This position assists with countywide emergency management, planning, and recovery. Duties include developing emergency management plans, coordinating personnel and equipment during emergencies, creating emergency preparedness materials, conducting trainings and making presentations, and assisting with setup of incident command posts. A master’s in homeland security or emergency management or equivalent experience and Federal Emergency Management Agency study program coursework are required.

Assistant/Associate Professor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

The University of North Carolina at Chapel hill is hiring five tenure-track professors to develop its upcoming interdisciplinary Environment, Ecology, and Energy program. Natural and social scientists with backgrounds in cities and critical infrastructure, energy, environment and development, inequality and the environment, and water resources and hydrology are being sought. A PhD in a relevant discipline, undergraduate and graduate teaching experience, and experience securing funding are required.

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