Opportunities & Internships

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New Job Opportunities at NJ DEP

For more information NJDEP jobs


Entry-level jobs include:

  • Environmental Specialist (Hourly), Division of Water Monitoring Standards, open until Oct 6, 2019
  • Environmental Specialist Trainee (Hourly), Division of Water Monitoring Standards, open until Oct 6, 2019
  • Clerk Typist, Division of Budget & Financial Operations, open until Sept 30, 2019
  • Software Development Specialist (Hourly), Division of Water Monitoring Standards, open until Oct 6, 2019

Open to all candidates that meet the requirements listed in the posting


Immediate Job Opportunities - Geologist & Environmental Scientist

Brinkerhoff Environmental Services, Inc

Apply immediately - (posted Sept. 11, 2019)

Brinkerhoff Environmental Services, Inc., is seeking entry to mid-level technical staff. Position available in Manasquan, NJ location. The firm provides Environmental Consulting and Engineering Services to public and private Clients. Work involves a broad range of environmental investigation and remediation, regulatory compliance, ecological studies and permitting. The position offers the opportunity to work with a diverse team of highly respected, and knowledgeable individuals. Training and continuing education are emphasized. Salary and responsibilities commensurate with experience.

Download the Job Description

Send Resume and Cover letter to Resumes@BrinkEnv.com

Brinkerhoff Environmental Services, Inc.
1805 Atlantic Avenue, Manasquan, NJ 08726 www.brinkenv.com


Internship Opportunity

Environment New Jersey -- Clean Water Campaign

Application Deadline: Friday Sept. 13, 2019

Environment New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that runs grassroots campaigns to help protect our clean air, clean water, and open spaces. This semester Environment New Jersey is looking for interns to work on the “Protect our Waterways” Campaign. Briefly, this campaign works to protect NJ’s strong network of high-quality waterways before they get polluted. They’re focusing on upgrading 749 miles of streams to “category one” waterways which ensures they get important protections such as natural buffer zones. This semester Environment New Jersey will focus on building grassroots relationships through a combination of petitioning, photo petition, media outreach, and on the water community events, to demonstrate public support around these upgrades. Interns will help educate and engage more students and citizens on this issue.

For more information about the internship and for application instructions contact:
Sophia Hull, the Clean Water Associate at Environment New Jersey
sophia@environmentnewjersey.org

Find out more about Environment New Jersey here.


Internship Opportunity

Impact (Posted Sept 5, 2019)

Impact, is a project of leading nonprofits that runs grassroots campaigns. In NJ, Impact interns will work on committing the state to 100% renewable energy. Interns help educate and engage more students and citizens on this issue. They help get the issue into the media, build coalitions, and organize events.
For more information and how to apply to be an intern: Impact Interns
Contact: Amy Folkers
email: afolkerts@weareimpact.org
Phone: 206-940-4325


SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program - Dept of Defense

Opens Aug 1, 2020 (Deadline: Dec. 3, 2019 5:00PM)


The Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship-for-Service Program application portal will open on 01 Aug 2019 for Academic Year 2020. SMART is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and guaranteed civilian employment with the Department of Defense (DoD) upon degree completion

For more information SMART


Winter opportunity to explore Sustainable Action Costa Rica

Travel dates: January 3 - 11, 2020


Deadline: Oct 18, 2019

Costa Rica has achieved renown for its environmental policies, often in the spotlight for its efforts towards carbon neutrality and conservation. The award-winning Sustainable Action Costa Rica program goes behind the curtain to explore this phenomenon in depth with 8 days of NGO visits, adventures, and guided discussions. The program takes travelers through San José, Monteverde, and Arenal with the option of adding a week of Spanish Immersion at the beach before/after the program dates. You'll visit sustainable farms, local community development projects, nature and wildlife conservation initiatives, and more! Early bird deadline: July 31st

For more information https://www.interexchange.org/sustainable-action-costa-rica/