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Saturday, January 12, 2019

DEC job opening for air quality chemist in Juneau

If you are a recent graduate or about to graduate and are looking for work in Juneau, you may be interested in this:

The Air Quality Monitoring and Quality Assurance Program is looking to hire an entry level chemist in Juneau.  The position is open until next Friday (1/18/19). 

The key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
           Chemist I

  • Perform air quality sampling procedures, field measurements and analysis following state and federal guidance and data quality assurance requirements
  • Assist in planning and implementing of ambient air monitoring projects throughout the state to determine compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)
  • Assist in analyzing and interpreting the collected data sets
  • Assist in preparing written data reports and presentations for public review
  • Provide technical assistance and training to rural communities, other State and local agencies, tribal groups, or the general public

Chemist I (PCN 18-7026) has been posted on Workplace Alaska

For more information, please contact:

Anna B. Breuninger

State of Alaska

Department of Environmental Conservation

Air Quality Monitoring and Quality Assurance Program

555 Cordova Street

Anchorage, AK 99501



Sonia Nagorski 08:32:33 AM
Monday, December 10, 2018

Marine Fisheries Internship Opportunity

The Coastal Fisheries Ecology Lab in Juneau is looking for a student intern to help analyze sablefish diets. Details attached.



2019 sablefish research opportunity
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Eran Hood 01:22:01 PM
Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Summer job opportunity in Denali, Alaska

Camp Denali and North Face Lodge in Denali National Park, Alaska are looking for skilled and experienced Naturalist Guides for the summer of 2019.

Our naturalist guides are teachers of experiential learning, backcountry hiking guides, and competent drivers.  Guides are responsible for: leading lodge guests into the trail-less backcountry of Denali National Park on day hikes; using creative teaching techniques to expand the guests’ knowledge of Alaskan ecosystems and to encourage land stewardship; and safely transporting people over the unpaved, mountainous park road.  The position is usually combined with positions in other departments depending on company needs.

Current WFR and CPR certifications and a solid academic background in the natural sciences or education are required (MS preferred).   Experience in arctic/sub-arctic or alpine regions is desired.  This is a rewarding and challenging position, set in an unparalleled location, among an interesting, committed, and conservation-minded community of staff.  For over 60 years, Camp Denali and North Face Lodge have been family-owned and -operated lodges with a reputation for excellence. We seek to offer the highest quality experience for visitors who venture out with our diverse and qualified staff of naturalists.  This is not your average job in Denali.

Interviews begin in December 2018 and will continue through January as needed until the positions are filled. For more information including a complete job announcement, or to apply, please see the employment page at or contact

Sonia Nagorski 03:21:50 PM
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Environmental Studies opportunity in China

See below for information:

The Middlebury School of the Environment is a 6-week summer environmental studies program in Yunnan Provence, China through Middlebury College.


All majors are eligible and the coursework is in English. Middlebury is offering additional scholarships this year as well as both merit and financial aid. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out directly.


All the best,



Molly Baker

Middlebury School of the Environment     


Eran Hood 08:19:45 AM
Monday, November 05, 2018

Death Valley class (spring break 2019) information session on Wednesday!

If you are interested in registering for the spring class, "GEOL 393: Field Geology: Death Valley" class and would like more information, please come by Whitehead 101 to talk with me anytime between 11:30-1:00 this Wednesday, 11/7/18. I will provide information on course logistics, academics, costs, getting credit toward your major, and which section to sign up for.

If you can't make that time window, please contact me at this week to get the information you need in order to register and claim your spot. Registration opens on Monday, 11/12, and space for the class is limited.



Sonia Nagorski 10:07:01 PM

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