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The Environmental Technician assists in developing and implementing the City’s stormwater collection and disposal plan to ensure the City’s stormwater runoff is in compliance with its stormwater and other environmental permit standards. This is a technical position to collect stormwater runoff samples and data, perform field inspections and ensure compliance of new and post construction sites, perform data analysis, maintain and direct the development of the stormwater GIS database and mapping interface, and update the related stormwater runoff model. Read more on the website.



Senior Project Manager – Renewable Energy: Panorama Environmental, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm focused on environmental review, permitting, and compliance for energy and infrastructure projects. We are seeking a Senior Project Manager with experience in management of NEPA and/or CEQA compliance for solar, wind, and/or geothermal development projects, particularly on federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administered lands. Experience in California and Nevada is a plus.


Deputy Director: This position is located in Sagebrush Step Land Trust (SSLT) Service Area (Check Out SSLT) and requires knowledge and experience with project management, land conservation, budget tracking, report writing, building relationships with landowners, and partnership collaboration. Attention to detail, building and maintaining relationships, and strong written and verbal communication skills are required.



Program Coordinator: The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) is seeking a skilled independent contractor to lead the Western Native Trout Initiative (WNTI) and serve as the Program Coordinator. The WNTI Coordinator serves as an expert advisor and senior leader as the convening partner in conservation of 21 focal species of western native trout and char in 12 western states. The Coordinator will maintain the success of WNTI as a top performing WAFWA Initiative and premier Fish Habitat Partnership nationally. Read more.


Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Writer – Analyst 3, Pocatello Idaho. Environmental Services, Department of Environmental Quality. Closes February 29. Read more.

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The Idaho Association of Environmental Professionals (IdAEP) aims to be a place for multi-disciplinary environmental professionals from the greater Idaho area to connect, learn and grow. Our membership is made up of both private and public sector professionals seeking a venue for growth within the environmental profession.

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IdAEP is a chapter of the the National Association of Environmental Professionals. NAEP was founded in 1975, with the expressed purpose of "Promoting excellence in the environmental profession." Should you be interested in exploring membership opportunities, please visit our membership section or www.naep.org.



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