Thursday, May 13, 2010
California, with an official population of around 37 million people, is larger geographically & has a larger population than many countries around the world. Because of its size California has a large EPA which appears to usually have quite a few job vacancies. These positions can be viewed at www.calepa.ca.gov/Employment/. The Home Page of the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) can be seen at http://www.calepa.ca.gov/.
Posted by John@EarthDirectory at 9:24 PM
Saturday, May 8, 2010
Two good job boards covering EH&S (environmental, health and safety) job vacancies have just turned up in my research. These two sites are EHS Careers.com at http://www.ehscareers.com/ and the Job Board & Career Center of The National Association of EH&S Management (NAEM) at http://naem.ehscareers.com/. You might also check out the official blog of the NAEM which discusses work in the EH&S field: http://greentie.naem.org/.
Posted by John@EarthDirectory at 3:44 PM
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Recently while looking at the New York Times environmental blog which is called "Green" (www.nytimes.com/green), I noticed three good green job lists that I didn't already have in any of EarthDirectory's listings. These lists are the following: Clean Technology Jobs from Green Techies (http://cleantechjobs.cleantechies.com/a/jobs/find-jobs), the Green Jobs Board from Grist (http://jobs.grist.org/), and Renewable Energy Jobs (http://www.renewableenergyjobs.com/).
Posted by John@EarthDirectory at 3:54 PM