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A Cal-IPC staff member helps survey for invasive Arundo

A Cal-IPC staff member helps survey for invasive Arundo. Photo: Dana Morawitz

Are you passionate about protecting nature, coordinating projects and building community? Do you understand the importance of actively stewarding natural areas and want to create positive environmental change in the world? Cal-IPC is looking for a dynamic new team member for a temporary assignment for environmental permitting and supporting regional planning for land stewardship.

Conservation Specialist (click to view PDF)

A Conservation Specialist will work independently as part of our small team to support two efforts with near-term deadlines: (1) taking the lead on writing NEPA documents for an invasive plant management project and (2) supporting the generation of regional invasive plant prioritizations across California.

100% FTE, Exempt, At-will. $65,000-$75,000/year, DOE. Benefits included.