Protecting & Restoring Long Island's Peconic Bays
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The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking an Environmental Analyst to provide overall program coordination, administration, and short and long-term planning for the bioextraction program of the Long Island Sound Study (LISS) including: assess potential challenges to, identify solutions for, and support the development and expansion of nitrogen bioextraction and related aquaculture activities in the Long Island Sound (LIS). Specific duties include ecological and cultivation research and reporting; development of siting tool and collection of site identification data; permitting for new and expanding aquaculture operations; environmental assessments of bioextraction and bioharvesting projects; and messaging and outreach. The position is based in Stony Brook, NY.
Please click here for a full job description and details on how to apply. The deadline to apply is November 10, 2017.
The Peconic Estuary Protection Committee is looking for a Coordinator. Please click here for a full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2017. Candidates should be prepared to supply references upon request and attend an interview in Riverhead, New York if contacted.
The Peconic Estuary Protection Committee (PEPC) was formed by an Inter-Municipal Agreement (IMA) on January 1, 2015 between the: County of Suffolk; Town of Brookhaven; Town of East Hampton; Town of Riverhead; Town of Shelter Island; Town of Southampton; Town of Southold, Village of Greenport, Village of North Haven, Village of Sag Harbor, and New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT).
The PEPC recognizes the importance of the Peconic Estuary as a vital coastal ecosystem essential to the environmental and economic well-being of the people in the surrounding communities and as an “Estuary of National Significance” as designated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”).
The goals of the PEPC are as follows:
Brief Description of Coordinator Responsibilities:
The position is a part-time Coordinator for the PEPC, responsible for working with the committee to facilitate coordination and leveraging of resources, planning, grant writing and providing technical expertise. The Coordinator will report to the committee.