Environmental Studies Jobs
If you have a job opportunity you'd like to list with us, please send a flyer or link to email@example.com.
Current Job Openings
- US Army Corps of Engineers
- Sierra Nevada Journeys - Educator
- Local Government Commission - Project Associate
- USDA-Forest Service Hiring Event
- Scientific Aid - WLB
- Environmental Scientist - DWR
- Crew Leader
- Project Associate
- CA State-ARB Specialist
- Wildlife Refuge Specialist
- Foreign Agriculture Service, USDA
- Senior Environmental Specialist with CVS
- US Department of Agriculture County Program Technician
- US Department of Agriculture Biological Science Technician
- Student Assistant, CA Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority
- Scientific Aide, Department of Pesticide Regulation
- Coloma Outdoor Discovery School Naturalist
- Sacramento- San Joaquin Delta Conservancy Office Technician
- Sustainability/Green Operations with Mutual Housing California
- US Fish & Wildlife Service, Ecologist or Wildlife Biologist
- Duck Research Technicians with USGS, Suisun
- Waterbird Research Technicians with USGS, Fremont
- Recycling Coordinator with Republic Service
- Restoration Ecologist with Sierra Streams Institute
- CivicSpark, a Governor's Iniative Americorps Program
- Environmental Consultant Intern with School Site Solutions
- US Department of State Foreign Service Officers
COAST Email List for Students
COAST, the CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science & Technology, has started an email list just for students! Sign up at http://www.calstate.edu/coast/students/email.shtml to receive emails directly re: jobs, funding, internships, short courses and opportunities specifically geared toward current and recent undergraduate and graduate students.
University Enterprises, Inc. - Postings of on- and off-campus jobs and internships
California Government Job Resources
Environmental Jobs and Careers
CSUS Campus-based Career Development
Library user guides, which list available library text and Internet resources, are available on the second floor of the library in front of the librarian’s desk. These guides include the following topics: Career Guidance, Resumes, Salaries and Wages, and Business Job Lines.
CSUS Career Center: For help with anything career related – interviewing skills, workshops, advice on improving a resume, help figuring out what type of work would best satisfy you.
The CSUS Foundation: A good place to look for flexible part-time work while attending school. The Hornet Foundation contracts with many State agencies to provide students with student assistant internships and is a great opportunity to get a feel for working for the state government. Working through the Hornet Foundation is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door as well as gain valuable experience and training.
Job and Career Development Resources
Building Your Resume
Developing a powerful resume can be your best tool to get the job you want. Here are a few hints to remember when developing your resume:
- Make your resume as job specific as possible.
- Your objective should include the specific position that you are applying for and in addition, include the company or agency name with which you are seeking employment.
- Only include relevant job experience on your resume.
- Your resume should be no longer than the front and back of one page.
- Bullets are easy to read and should be considered when listing your experience and skills.
- Remember your resume tells a potential employer about you, your experience and your skills.
For more information on building your resume and resume examples, check out the following list of resources.
College Grad.com: Resumes
Writing a Cover Letter
When you apply for a job or internship you should include a brief, well written cover letter. The cover letter, like your resume, should be job specific. You should include your objective, a brief description of the skills that make you the best candidate for the job, and your contact information. Remember, that presentation counts ( what presentation?)! Print both your cover letter and resume on high quality paper.
The best advice that can be given to anyone about the interview process is BE PREPARED! Know about the company, agency or organization that you are applying to. Know their mission statement, what they do and how they do it. Also, know about the position that you are applying for. Read the job description and duty statement. If you are not really sure about a position and you have a few questions its okay to call an employer prior to an interview. Asking questions and being prepared shows the employer that you are motivated and enthusiastic about the position that you seek. You should also take a list of academic or professional references that the employer can call. If the employer is interested in hiring you they will call your references so BE PREPARED!.
Below are links to various Internet resources that could help prepare you for an interview.