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WNY PRISM is hiring!

 

WNY PRISM is seeking qualified candidates to join our team as we expand our Aquatic Invasive Species and Education and Outreach programming! We are currently accepting applications for two new positions – Aquatic Invasive Species Programs Manager and Education and Outreach Programs Manager.

The WNY PRISM Aquatic Invasive Species Programs Manager will work to develop, establish and coordinate a regional Watercraft Inspection Boat Stewardship Program. The watercraft inspection program must include at least 20 sites and Boat Stewards, who will work at boat launches from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The Program Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the watercraft inspection program including development, hiring and supervision of Boat Stewards, reporting and program communications. The expectation is that development and coordination of the watercraft inspection program will be the primary focus of the Programs Manager during the early stages of development and implementation, with the majority of time spent during the first year or two dedicated to this program. In subsequent years, it is expected that time will be more evenly split between the watercraft inspection program and the development and implementation of additional AIS programming. Aquatic Invasive Species Programs Manager is a new position and the selected individual will report directly to the WNY PRISM Coordinator.

For more information, to see the full job description and to apply, visit: https://www.rfhiring.com/jobs.asp

The full job description may also be found here:  WNY PRISM Aquatic Invasive Species Programs Manager

 

Project Manager, Lucy Nuessle, donned the EAB Costume for WNY PRISM at the 2017 Tifft Insectival. Photo Credit: WNY PRISM.

Project Manager, Lucy Nuessle, donned the EAB Costume for WNY PRISM at the 2017 Tifft Insectival. Photo Credit: WNY PRISM.

The WNY PRISM Education and Outreach Programs Manager will work to create and disseminate WNY PRISM education and outreach materials in consultation with the Aquatic and Terrestrial IS Managers. The Programs Manager will update website content and calendars and develop maps of IS distributions. The Programs Manager will be responsible for all aspects of E&O for WNY PRISM including workshop presentations, tabling events, and seminar attendance, and responsibilities will further include the hiring and supervision of a seasonal Education and Outreach Assistant. This position will initiate creation of a Citizen Science invasive species monitoring program. The expectation is that development and dissemination of E&O materials and web and social media content will be the primary focus of the E&O Manager during the early stages of this program and that in subsequent years the citizen science initiative will be developed. The Programs Manager will be technically competent in iMapInvasives and ArcGIS. The Education and Outreach Programs Manager is a new position and the selected individual will report directly to the WNY PRISM Coordinator.

For more information, to see the full job description and to apply, visit: https://www.rfhiring.com/jobs.asp

The full job description may also be found here:  WNY PRISM Education and Outreach Programs Manager

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