The Timberland Invasives Partnership (TIP) is hiring a Coordinator ASAP. Their current coordinator is moving on and we would like to keep things going forward this season and beyond. TIP is a Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) that covers a four county area, and assists two Native American Tribes within these counties. Centrally located in Menominee County, TIP also works in Langlade, Oconto, and Shawano Counties. All aspects of invasive species education, partnering, monitoring, control, and restoration are part of the TIP program. TIP is sponsored by Lumberjack RC&D and works off of various grants to run most operations. Please see the attachment above for application instructions.
Calumet County LWCD is hiring an Agricultural Educator who, under general supervision of the County Conservationist, provides educational programs in subject matter areas relating to dairy, livestock, and crop production, farm business management, and rural leadership development. Designs, delivers, and evaluates research-based agricultural and natural resource educational programming and services aligned with identified primary programmatic focus areas. See link above for more information.
Walworth County LURM is hiring a Producer-Led Watershed Group Coordinator. Visit link above for details.
Through cooperative agreements and grants the Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council (WTCAC) Community Conservationist coordinates with numerous Tribal, federal, state, private, public, and Tribal College partners to provide technical assistance, support, and outreach to Tribes and Tribal producers in Wisconsin to reduce climate change impacts, address natural resource issues and facilitate existing and new partnerships. The WTCAC Community Conservationist takes the lead in providing outreach and technical assistance to Tribes and Tribal producers. Open until filled.
The Foundation for Dane County Parks is hiring their first full-time Executive Director. The Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the Dane County Parks system. Applications will be reviewed as received with the goal of identifying an outstanding candidate before September 15, 2022. The position will remain open until we have an accepted offer. The expected start date for the position is October 1, 2022
Grant County is recruiting for a Soil and Water Conservation Technician for its Conservation, Sanitation, and Zoning Department. This position performs technical services for Grant County Conservation, Sanitation and Zoning Department and assists other soil and water technicians in the form of resource inventory, conservation planning and design and installation of conservation practices.
GrassWorks, Inc. the Midwest’s farmer-driven grazing organization, is in search of a new Executive Director! After 12 years at the helm, Jill Hapner is retiring and the GrassWorks board is eager to engage the right person to help lead the organization into its next 30 years. With our strong foundation of farmer-to-farmer learning, networking and community building, our goal is to work with the right person to grow the organization and build capacity to serve our membership and the nearly 3000 people in 30+ states we reach. The position will be remote and is offered at 75 to 100% time with benefits. Work commitment, schedule, and salary are negotiable. Visit GrassWorks.org for a full position description and application instructions. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Initial application review will begin on October 4th, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
Wisconsin DOT is hiring. Located in Madison, Superior, Eau Claire, Green Bay, Wisconsin Rapids, Rhinelander OR Waukesha, this position provides environmental process and policy guidance to department staff and consultants; develops and updates policy documents; develops and delivers environmental training to department staff, consultants or contractors; and provides QA/QC review of department environmental documents. The position synthesizes state and federal environmental laws and their related regulations and processes them into departmental operating policy. This position assists the Department’s operating units and consultants in the development, implementation, and documentation of environmental processes under the provisions of the National and Wisconsin Environmental Policy Acts, other state and federal law, rule and guidance, and the department’s environmental operational policies, guidelines and procedures. Qualified applicants will have experience with understanding environmental laws, rules, and policies, analyzing, evaluating, or documenting environmental areas of concern, and working as a member of a team. The application deadline is 11:59pm on September 22nd, 2022.
Sauk County Land Resources and Environment Dept. is hiring Administrative Specialist to provide complex technical and programmatic assistance to the department, which involves the application of specialized knowledge and skills related to the enforcement of procedures, processes, and regulations that apply to and are enforced through County ordinances, Wis. Administrative Code, and Wis. State Statues. They also provide administrative and clerical support to the department to support staff and programming. Apply by Oct. 2.
WDNR is hiring an Agricultural Runoff Specialist who is primarily responsible for administering and implementing agricultural and rural nonpoint management programs. Duties include administering the Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) permit process by receiving and reviewing completed applications, drafting and issuing permits, developing environmental assessments, conducting compliance inspections, and providing educational information to large farming operations, as well as other customers. This position will also investigate the potential violations of the four prohibitions concerning the discharge of pollutants to groundwater and surface waters of the state from animal management operations with less than 1,000 animal units. The position will be housed either in the Fitchburg, Dodgeville or La Crosse office. Apply by Sept. 25.
Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc. (RC&D) is seeking an Urban Conservation Specialist for a 3-year term position in Union Grove. This position can be part-time or full-time (between 20-40 hours/week), to be determined upon selection. They are also hiring a full-time Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Coordinator in Stevens Point. See link above for details.