[acn-l] Green Jobs In April 1999 (fwd)

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                       THE GALLON ENVIRONMENT LETTER             
            Canadian Institute for Business and the Environment
                    506 Victoria Ave., Montreal, Quebec
        Ph. (514) 369- 0230, fax (514) 369- 3282, Email cibe at web.net
                                Vol. 2, No. 5
                              April 12, 1999

              CANADA    CANADA   CANADA    CANADA   



The Pembina Institute based in Drayton Valley, Alberta, is one
of Canada’s top rated energy and environment organizations. It
is seeking to hire an Executive Director. Founded in 1985, the
Pembina Institute is committed to protecting the environment
and to developing environmentally sound solutions. The Pembina
Institute's with a staff of thirty has a branch office in Ottawa
The Executive Director will guide ongoing strategic planning
and ensure effective program implementation; · provide effective
coordination and communications between the Institute's
program areas; and oversee management of financial and
administrative services. The successful candidate will have
at least three years in a senior management position with proven
leadership and success in environmental or related public interest
fields. Deadline for application is April 26, 1999. Send application
to Wally Heinrichs, President, Pembina Institute, Box 7558,
Drayton Valley, Alberta, fax (780) 542- 6464,
Website <http://www.pembina.org/>http://www.pembina.org



ÉEM inc. is a management consulting firm specializing
in environmental management systems (EMS) implementation
and risk management for its largely industrial client base in
Quebec.  To help us maintain top-notch consulting services, we are
looking for professionals with 3-5 years experience, good knowledge
of EMS and ISO 14001, who understand the constraints of
implementing projects within a corporate context, who function
well in diverse industrial and linguistic situations and who value their
own work environment.  Please inquire, or send resumés in confidence
to Paul MacLean, Président, ÉEM inc., 3782 av. Draper, Montréal
(Québec) H4A 2P, ph. (514) 481- 3401, fax (514) 481- 4679
email boss at eem.ca


University of Alberta. Environmental, Resource or Forest Sociology.
The Department of Rural Economy and the Department of Renewable
Resources, Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics invites
applications for one tenure-track faculty position at the assistant
professor level Environmental/Resource Sociologist Position. The
appointee is expected to develop a nationally-recognized program
of research that addresses issues of environmental or resource
sociology related to forestry, agriculture or related industries;
to teach courses in environmental or resource sociology related to
forestry, agriculture and associated industries; and to show leadership
in engaging in public service activities with industry and government.
Some research focus on international or First Nations issues would be
an asset. The salary range for this position is Cdn $42,054-$59,526 per
year. Priority  will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents
of Canada. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Sociology or
Rural Sociology, with evidence of experience and expertise in
environmental, resource or forest sociology. Deadline for application is
May 1, 1999. Send a letter of application, including a statement of
research and teaching interests, curriculum vitae, and the names of three
referees to Michele Veeman,  Chair, Department of Rural Economy,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2H1, Website



Duke Engineering & Services (Canada), Inc., Markham, Ontario
wishes to hire an environmental engineer. The company provides
a full range of environemntal consulting service, specializing in
environmental site assessments and remediation. It is seeking a
registered engineer with 5 to 10 years experience in the
environmental field to manage projects, prepare proposals, liaise
with clients, develop new business, and mentor junior staff. She or
he mus have excellent technical skills, experience in project
management and remediation system design, and be an excellent
communicator. Submit application to DE&S Human Resources,
3075 15th Ave., Suite 207, Markham, Ontario L3R 0G9
Source, Globe and Mail.



Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) is seeking professionals in
a number of areas including marine biology, water engineering,
environment, and sustainable forestry management to work in
countries outside Canada. Contact VSO Canada, 151 Slater St.,
Ottawa, Ontario, Ph. (613) 234- 1364, fax (613) 234-1444,
toll free 1 888- 876- 2911, email inquiry at vsocan.com
website http://www.magi.com/~vsocan/



The Secretariat of the NAFTA Commission for Environmental
Cooperation (CEC), headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
is seeking to hire a Program Manager for North American
Cooperation on Pollutants. The applicant can be from any one of
the three NAFTA countries, Canada, the United States, or Mexico.
The successful applicant will be expected to coordinate tri national
efforts to enhance the comparability, quality and dissemination of
environmental information. He or she will be familiar with
applicable North American regulations and policies associated with
pollutant management. The primary responsibilities of the person in
this position will be to encourage enhanced comparability of North
American Pollutant Release Toxic Reporting PRTR systems amonsgt
Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. The person will also be responsible for
implementation of the North American Regional Action Plans for the
control and management of certain chemicals, and to serve as a major
point of contact for technical and pollution issues at the CEC.

The successful applicant will have an advanced degree in an area
related to science, engineering, or environment plus at least eight
years of project management experience in areas related to pollution
issues. A comprehensive interdisciplinary understanding of scientific,
technical and policy aspects of pollutant issues is necessary. Previous
experience working with federal governmental agencies in the
management / coordination of successful interagency, intergovernmental
and international initiatives is desirable. The official languages of the CEC
are English, Spanish and French. Submit applications immediately to
Eduardo Delgadillo, Administrator, Commission for Environmental Cooperation
393, rue StJacques Ouest, Suite 200, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1N9
Tel (514) 350 4354, Fax (514) 3504314, email  edelgadi at ccemtl.org
Website at <http://www.cec.org/>http://www.cec.org/


Rutgers University Marine Field Station, Institute of Marine
and Coastal Sciences, Tuckerton, New Jersey seeks to appoint
one- year postdoctoral fellowships in fish ecology with an
emphasis on habitat use, movements and trophic linkages of
young-of-the-year estuarine fishes. The successful candidates
will have an ability to work with a team of postdocs, graduate
students, undergraduate summer interns. All applicants must
have successfully completed all requirements for a Ph.D. degree.
To apply send a letter and c.v. to Dr. Kenneth W. Able, Director,
Marine Field Station, Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences,
Rutgers University, 800 Great Bay Blvd., c/o 132 Great Bay Blvd.,
Tuckerton, New Jersey 08087-2004, Ph. (609) 296- 5260, Ext. 230
fax (609) 296- 1024, email able at arctic.rutgers.edu website



Applications are sought for the position of Assistant Director
with the Pacific Concerns Resource Centre (PCRC) in Suva, Fiji.
PCRC is the Secretariat for the Nuclear Free and Independent
Pacific (NFIP) movement. PCRC has programs on sustainable
human development, environment, demilitarisation, human rights
and good governance, decolonisation, land rights and sovereignty
for indigenous peoples. The successful candidate will be responsible
for PCRC's programs on resource management, environmental
improvement including self-determination, and supporting struggles
by independence movements and indigenous peoples in the
Pacific islands and Pacific Rim. The position requires experience in
lobbying and campaigning on the issues of decolonisation,
self-determination, land rights and the rights of indigenous peoples
Knowledge of Pacific issues. A university degree or equivalent
qualification. Fluency in spoken and written English (Pacific languages
and French an advantage). The position will be based in Suva, Fiji
with a salary package of F$30,000, to commence in May 1999.
Applications for the position should include a C.V., three letters of
reference, and a recent example of writing on relevant Pacific issues.
Deadline for application is April 16, 1999. Send application to
The Director, Pacific Concerns Resource Centre (PCRC), 83 Amy
Street, Toorak, Private Mail Bag, Suva, FIJI,
Website <http://www.jobs.govt.nz/>http://www.jobs.govt.nz



Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA) is seeking
an experienced toxicologist or epidemiologist to join our
independent nonprofit team as a Human Health Risk
Assessor. The interested candidate should have an advanced degree
and at least 2 years of experience critically evaluating toxicology and
epidemiology studies in support of characterizations of human
environmental health hazards from chemicals.  We are particularly
interested in candidates with quantitative experience in cancer
assessment, epidemiology and/or pharmacokinetics.  Understanding
of issues related to mode of action and mechanisms of toxicity is also
a plus. The successful candidate should have an advanced degree in
health risk assessment, environmental health, environmental
epidemiology, toxicology, biochemistry, pharmacology, or a closely
related field. He/she should have experience applying the U.S. EPA
risk assessment guidelines and methods for the development of RfDs,
RfCs, and cancer assessments; and have experience writing human
health risk assessment reports and related technical documents.
Contact, Michael Dourson Ph.D., Toxicology Excellence for Risk
Assessment (TERA), 4303 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45231,
Fax 513 542 7487, email Dourson at tera.org website



The Bureau of Environmental Health and Safety, Division of
Health, Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare is recruiting
for a Public Health Assessor/Toxicologist to conduct public
health assessments, including toxicological investigations and
related activities, to determine actual or potential human health
risks from exposure to toxic substances in the environment or
workplace. The successful candidate should have a Master's degree
in health risk assessment, environmental health, environmental
epidemiology, toxicology, biochemistry, pharmacology, or a
closely related field; experience in conducting public health
assessments and investigations, including toxicological investigations.
Location  Boise, Idaho. Salary US $39,000 - $48,000 per year
Deadline for application is 5:00 pm (Mountain Time) April 16, 1999.
Contact, Maura Mack at ph. (208) 334- 0606, email
maddoxp{DHWTOWERS/TOWERS2/maddoxp} at dhw.state.id.us"
Visit website <http://www.ipc.state.id.us/>http://www.ipc.state.id.us" (Note 
Use a French bracket,
not a parenthesis in the e-mail address.)



The Food Risk Analysis initiative at Rutgers University is seeking
a Research Associate to assist the Lead Scientist of the Initiative. 
The responsibilities of the Research Associate includes providing
lectures in food environmental safety short courses and overseeing t
he day- to- day operation of laboratory research.  This research is
focused on the development of mathematical models and quantitative
risk assessments to improve food safety.  The candidate will also
assist in preparing grant proposals that generate external funding,
and draft research manuscripts for publication. The candidate must
have a Ph.D. in Food Science, or a closely related discipline, and
post- doctoral research experience. Deadline for application is April
30, 1999. Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae, and
three letters of reference to Don Schaffner, Ph.D,. Food Risk Analysis
Initiative, 65 Dudley Rd - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New
Jersey 08901-8520, ph.(732) 932- 9611, Ext. 214, fax (732) 932- 9611
email Schaffner at aesop.rutgers.edu, website



The Institute of Latin American Studies, School of Advanced Study,
at the University of London invites applications for the post of
Lecturer in Environmental Studies. The successful candidate will
participate in the teaching, research and publications programmes of
the Institute. He/she will be will be required to teach the Master's
degree course 'Environment and Society in Latin America' and one
other course and will be responsible for coordinating the Institute's
MSc in Environmental Issues in Latin America. Applicants should
have a strong research record and/or be able to demonstrate research
potential. Salary will between £16,655 and £21,815, plus £2,134
London Allowance. Deadline for application is April 30, 1999.
Applications should include a full cv and a research profile and the
names and addresses of three referees. Applications should be sent to
the Director, Professor James Dunkerley, Institute of Latin American
Studies, University of London, 31 Tavistock Square, London, U.K.
Ph.(0) 44.171- 862 8870, fax (0) 44.171-862 8886
e-mail  ilas at sas.ac.uk, Website



The Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Department of
Geography and Envirolnmental Science, University of
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia wishes to appoint
a lecturer in environmental science (Level B), Position No.
A61/99. The appointee would be required to present lectures
and conduct tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations and
field excursions in Environmental Science and Environmental
Management. The successful candidate will have a PhD in
Environmental Science or an allied field; demonstrated
commitment to and experience in applied Environmental Science
and Environmental Management; and the ability to attract
external funding. Salary Aus $47, 961 to $56,955 per annum.
For further information contact A/Prof Howard Bridgman,
Coordinator, Environmental Science, Department of Geography
University of Newcastle, 2308, NSW, Australia, ph. 61.49.21- 5093
fax 61.49.21- 5877, e-mail  gghab at cc.newcastle.edu.au


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