Reserve Steward - McLaughlin Natural Reserve, Lower Lake, CA
Thursday, October 18, 2018 12:48 PM
The McLaughlin Reserve is a research station, used for University-level research and teaching, and supporting overnight and working facilities located on approximately 7000 acres of land in a rural/wild part of northern California.  We are seeking an individual skilled in manual work, interested in working and living in a rural area, and generally knowledgeable about natural history and ecology.

Job entails primarily facilities, equipment, and infrastructure maintenance, with seasonal land management work.  Facilities include standard stick-built and industrial buildings, equipment includes cars, trucks, tractors, and 2-cycle engine tools, and infrastructure includes roads and fences.

Job posting is located on UC Davis's website (see link below). Job location is in Lake County at the McLaughlin Natural Reserve (

To view the job posting or to apply, please go to:
Research Coordinator - Sitka Sound Science Center
Friday, September 28, 2018 08:28 AM
Position title Research Coordinator SSSC Status Regular, Fulltime, Overtime Exempt Supervised by Research Director Compensation $40,000 Salaried, Holiday and Leave as outlined in SSSC Employee Handbook Place of Work 834 Lincoln St., Sitka Alaska Summary: This position supports the Research Director at the SSSC including grants administration, research logistics, technical support with field projects and directs the Scientist in Residency Fellowship. The successful candidate will have experience with grants administration, strong communication skills, be organized, enjoy working with people and have a can-do attitude, willing to pitch in where needed. Experience with grants administration and field science is desirable. Research Coordinator: Grants Administration for Research Grants is central to the position. Working under the supervision of the Research Director and in collaboration with the Finance Director, the Research Coordinator will contribute to grant writing, ensure grants are submitted complete and properly formatted, and reporting requirements are met on time. This position acts as the host to visiting scientists, working with the Operations Manager to ensure schedule and space issues are met. They act as the field technician for the Research Director as well as lend help when needed to visiting scientists. The Research Coordinator is the “front lines” of research at a busy field station keeping the Research Director informed regularly of networking and internal issues. Additionally, this position directs the Scientist in Residency Fellowship (SIRF), a high-profile fellowship funded by the National Science Foundation. The SIRF fellowship is a 1 month mini-sabbatical for midcareer US scientists. The scientists spend one week on outreach to the community which can be in a wide variety of activities and then they have 3 weeks do their own work or relax. The Research Coordinator is responsible for recruiting scientists, leading the panel to evaluate and choose Fellows, and scheduling of Fellowships. The Research Coordinator works with SSSC Education Director to place Fellows in Sitka schools and community events, to best leverage their research interests and abilities. The position also serves as the local host for the Fellow, making sure they are engaged in community activities and social events. Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have: • Grant writing experience • Experience working in field science
Community Relations Coordinator - Shoals Marine Lab
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 07:24 AM
Shoals Marine Laboratory (SML) is hiring a Community Relations Coordinator to nurture meaningful relationships with our community and the public. 

Shoals Marine Laboratory is a seasonal field station operated by the University of New Hampshire and Cornell Univeristy. Headquartered in Durham, New Hampshire, SML’s main facility is located on beautiful 100-ac Appledore Island, Maine off the coast Portsmouth, NH. In operations for over 50 years, SML is the largest marine laboratory in the country focused on undergraduate education. The SML mission is to provide outstanding experiential, place-based education and to support innovative research programs focused on understanding and sustaining the marine environment. We are looking for a highly qualified team-oriented person to join us as our champion for community and development relationships. 

Help us meet our important mission to provide outstanding experiential, place-based education and to support innovative research programs focused on understanding and sustaining the marine environment.
For more information and to apply, click here:
Earthwatch Institute RFP
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 07:36 AM

Subject: Earthwatch Institute announcing RFPs for projects starting in 2020


Body: Earthwatch is an international nonprofit organization that engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. Since 1971, Earthwatch has supported rigorous scientific research that promotes the advancement of scientific knowledge and action that addresses global change and helps sustain biodiversity.

Earthwatch is currently seeking proposals from scientists for field-based research that actively engages citizen scientists (recruited by Earthwatch) in projects that address key conservation and sustainability issues in the following areas: 

-       Biodiversity Conservation Action

-       EcoHealth Action

-       Marine Conservation Action

-       Restoration Ecology Action

-       Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry Action

In all of these areas, we are prioritizing research that takes measurable action in addressing threats to biodiversity, ecosystem resiliency, agriculture and forestry, and human health associated with global change.


Please visit  to access detailed RFPs and our portal for submitting pre-proposals for review. The deadline for pre-proposal submissions is Sunday, June 10, 2018, 11:59 PM EDT. 


Please direct inquiries to: [email protected]

Raystown Field Station Residence Director
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 07:32 AM

Raystown Field Station Residence Director

Juniata College, a nationally ranked liberal arts college located in the scenic mountains of central Pennsylvania, invites applications for the position of Raystown Field Station (RFS) Residence Director. The successful candidate for this position will have dual responsibilities both as a Residence Director for the college remote field station with 14 resident students and with the Raystown Field Station as an academic program assistant to support undergraduate courses and labs taught as part of the station residential semester. The Director of the Field Station and Director of Residential Life supervises this position. This position is live-in; evening and weekend hours are expected. This position is full-time with a 12-month employment term.

The Specific Responsibilities of the RFS Program Assistant include:
• Develop, implement and assess the learning community residential programs at RFS
• Assist the facilities supervisor in general station operations and visitor support.
• Assist the RFS teaching faculty in classroom and laboratory exercises and provide field support logistics.
• Assist in the implementation of field research projects.
• Assist the Enrollment Office with scheduling new student tours.
• Oversee vehicle management and scheduling.
• Manage Social Media accounts for RFS. 
• Maintain kayaks sign out and usage schedule.

The Specific Responsibilities of the Resident Director (RD) include:
• Communicate, monitor, and enforce the policies and procedures that affect the residence hall operation
• Address residents’ needs and help to mediate roommate conflicts
• Coordinate the opening and closing procedures for the residence halls at the beginning and end of each semester and for holiday periods. 
• Report damages, repair needs, and replacement needs to the Field Station Office. 
• Develop and implement strategies that mirror the Residential Compass for students residing at the station. 
• Attend and monitor RFS campus functions, as needed.
• Intentionally engage with outdoor student organizations and coordinate activities at the field station.
• Utilize student development theories to assist with assessing student needs, setting goals, developing and evaluating programs. 
• When necessary, make referrals for students facing academic, personal, or other concerns. 
• Participate in the overall administration of the Office of Residential Life by serving on committees and tasks forces, representing the office as requested, and cooperatively assisting colleagues. 
• Maintain a positive and supportive working relationship with all members of the Residential Life staff
• Attend one-on-one meeting with Director of Residential Life on a bi-weekly basis or as needed. 
• Assist the Dean of Students Office with judicial proceedings for residents who have allegedly violated a Juniata College policy. 
• Assume on-duty responsibilities for residents and visitors at the station. 
• Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Director of Residential Life. 

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree is required. Previous professional or paraprofessional experience in campus activities and/or residential life is preferred.
Applicants with previous experience with environmental field science and / or outdoor education are also preferred. 

It is the policy of Juniata College to conduct background checks. 

Juniata College takes positive steps to enhance the ethnic and gender in both its campus and its curriculum. The College commits to this policy not only because of legal obligations, but because it fully believes that such practices are basic to human dignity. 

To apply for this position, please complete our online application:

Online Application

Contact [email protected] with questions.

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