4 Hot Great Lakes Job Postings
Posted on: April 20, 2016
Great Lakes

Looking to translate your love of the Great Lakes into constructive, real world experience?

Parks Canada, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Great Lakes Commission want to help you with that.

All three organizations have current job openings. See below for listings. Best of luck to applicants!


1. Parks Canada position available: Interpretation Officer/Coordinator II

Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

Nipigon (Ontario)

PM-02 May 16, 2016 – March 3, 2017 (seasonal indeterminate)

$54,543 to $58,764 (currently under review)

Bilingual – Imperative

Closing date: 20 April 2016 – 23:59, Pacific Time

For the full job posting, click here.


2. Parks Canada position available: Visitor Experience Product Development Officer IV

Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

Nipigon (Ontario)

PM-04

May 2, 2016 – October 31, 2016 (with possibility of extension)

$63,861 to $69,006 (currently under review)

English Essential

Closing date: 21 April 2016 – 23:59, Pacific Time

For the full job posting, click here.


3. Great Lakes Commission position available: Water Quality Senior Program Specialist
Application deadline: Open until filled
Overview
The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team to help reduce water pollution and enhance water quality across the Great Lakes basin. This includes Great Lakes as well as the tributary watersheds that drain into them. GLC projects and initiatives are directed at rural and urban settings, as well as on a watershed scale. Projects in rural settings focus primarily on water pollution from agricultural sources while projects in urban settings address municipal sources including urban runoff and discharges from sanitary and storm sewers. Addressing complex water quality challenges involves scaling up proven approaches and testing new ones. Water quality trading, Blue Accounting, and green infrastructure are examples of innovative approaches we are exploring to connect upstream and downstream water users. The Water Quality Senior Program Specialist will assist in all aspects of the GLC’s water quality program.
Specific Responsibilities
The Great Lakes Commission has a flexible team-staffing model for its projects. The senior program specialist will serve on multiple teams and perform tasks that support specific project goals and objectives. Specific duties and responsibilities of this position include:
  • Research and writing to prepare reports, fact sheets, articles, memos, web pages, and social media communications;
  • Analyzing, aggregating and delivering data and information that support water quality projects;
  • Assisting with the establishment and ongoing operation of project teams (e.g., planning and organizing conference calls, in-person and online meetings; summarizing and reporting out on  discussions; working with managers to ensure appropriate follow up);
  • Staying abreast of science, policy, tools and techniques to augment  contributions to individual project teams and the GLC’s water quality program overall;
  • Seeking opportunities to enhance the GLC’s water quality work.

For the complete job listing, click here.


4. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers position available: Structural Iron Worker.

Note the close date: Thursday, April 29, 2016

New Detroit District Career Opportunity!

Job Title:  Structural Iron Worker
SERIES & GRADE: WY-3801-10
Job Announcement Number: SWGJ163224721675046
SALARY RANGE: $28.53 to $33.30 / Per Hour
OPEN PERIOD Thursday 4/14/2016 to Friday 4/29/2016
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time – Permanent
DUTY LOCATIONS: Sainte Marie, MI
WHO MAY APPLY: Government Employees and U.S. Citizens

 

 

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