Links for Job Postings

https://www.warnell.uga.edu/job-postings

https://www.indeed.com/

https://gadnr.org/careers 

Employment Links for various companies

 Internships/Training Opportunities

If you’re a current student or recent graduate, you may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways and other student programs.Naval Facilities Northwest (NAVFAC Northwest) has a terrific opportunity for a Natural Resources Intern with an emphasis on oceanography. The intern will live and work with other SCA interns, as well as working alongside Navy staff. Some projects may be performed individually and a high level of independence and flexibility is needed from the intern.

The Scientists in Parks Program is now accepting applications for the Summer 2021 Season. There are over 150 exciting internship opportunities in national parks across the country. These paid internships contribute to natural resource management needs at parks with projects related to biological sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, and science communications/education. The application deadline is January 24, 2021. If you have any questions, please email us at Scientists_in_Parks@nps.gov.

Specific Job Postings

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The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division, Fisheries Management Section, is looking to hire 2 part-time helpers for the summer.  It is anticipated the positions will begin sometime in early/mid-May.  The selected candidates may work up to 40 hours/week and will be compensated at an hourly rate of $11.90/hr.  These positions are heavily field-oriented positions, and thus the selected candidates will need to be able to work independently and as part of a team under adverse conditions (extreme heat; low water levels; carrying heavy objects; etc.) during extended hours.  The primary responsibilities of the positions will be to assist in conducting the Satilla River Flathead Removal project (e.g. removing non-native flathead catfish and blue catfish via electrofishing); assist in conducting standardized surveys on multiple rivers; assist in facility operation and maintenance efforts at various public fishing areas (PFAs) and other state-operated facilities; and performing other duties as assigned.  The positions will be located in Waycross, and housing may be available. 

Interested candidates will need to fill out and submit a State of Georgia application (https://gadnr.org/careers), along with a cover letter and resume/CV, to:  Jim.Page@dnr.ga.gov by Feb. 19.  Anyone with questions about the positions should contact Jim Page at 912-285-6485 or Jim.Page@dnr.ga.gov.