NEBRA occasionally receives notices of employment opportunities in this field in this region. We post them here.
Employers are welcome to forward notices via email.
July 20, 2017
Sustainable Resources - Biosolids Management, King County Department of Parks & Natural Resources, Wastewater Treatment Division, Seattle, WA. Details...
May 23, 2017
Business Development Manager, West Coast - Lystek
Lystek is accepting resumes for a Business Development Manager, serving the western US and Province of British Columbia, Canada. The Business Development Manager is responsible for developing new business opportunities with public sector agencies including Counties, Municipalities and WWTP Special Districts responsible for biosolids management. Additional responsibilities will include assisting in the development of our growing capabilities to provide organics processing solutions. DETAILS...
April 21, 2017
Sustainable Resources Manager, King County Department of Parks & Natural Resources, Wastewater Treatment Division, Seattle, WA
Award-winning King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) seeks a Sustainable Resources Manager. This position manages a $20 million annual budget and a twenty-person team of engineers, scientists, and project managers responsible for utilizing the sustainable products from WTD’s waste stream and supporting sustainability and innovation. The Sustainable Resources Manager will oversee the strategic development and diversification of customer relationships while managing external relations and program operations for all "waste to resource" programs. The ideal candidate will be a transformational manager who will help drive the division towards its vision: "An innovative and resilient clean water enterprise revolutionizing the recovery of valuable resources for sustainable communities." Requires a bachelor's degree or the equivalent on-the-job experience in public administration, environmental science, engineering, or similar fields as well as 5 years of experience managing staff and supervisors, which includes staff development and performance management for various disciplines (e.g., engineers, educators, scientists, planners, and project managers). The annual salary range is $106,877 - $135,473 DOQ. In addition, King County offers a competitive benefits package including PERS retirement. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, comprehensive resume, and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 12, 2017. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Heather Renschler at 916-630-4900.
March 17, 2017
Washington Statewide Biosolids Coordinator - Lacey (Washington) - DETAILS...
March 3, 2017
Biosolids Program Manager - NY City DEP (New York) This position will provide management for developing customers and markets for safe, environmentally friendly biosolids product lines by leading product development, marketing and distribution plans for biosolids products and working across the department to optimize the reuse of other potential
underutilized resources. DETAILS...
March 1, 2017
Field Technician - Northern Tilth (Maine) Our environmental consulting company is looking for a full-time field technician to join our busy nutrient management team. The ideal candidate for this position is as comfortable working long days outside in the field as they are in front of a computer using Excel, Word, and ArcMap. We are looking for a creative problem-solver with solid project management skills, including the ability to monitor the progress of the various parts of each project in which they are involved, anticipate road-blocks and complete plans on time. DETAILS...
February 8, 2017
Program Manager: Sylvis Environmental (British Columbia) "The Program Manager will lead a team of professionals in our BC office. You are responsible for providing technical support to a range of SYLVIS projects and managing, developing, and leading a core group of staff members. You will contribute to the growth of SYLVIS by working both “in” and “on” the company." DETAILS...
Director: The Composting Association of Vermont seeks a part-time Director. This position has variable hours, 15 - 30 per week. Most hours accrue November thru April. Competitive hourly rate; up to six months transition overlapping retiring Director. Job description, required experience, compensation, and Application Guidelines at: http://compostingvermont.org/jobs/director/
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