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This public-private partnership provides clean drinking water for nine million New Yorkers.

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES



Conservation Planner

 

The Watershed Agricultural Council seeks an Agricultural Program Conservation Planner to be responsible for the development of Whole Farm Plans (WFP), maintenance and monitoring of existing WFPs and the implementation of conservation practices within the West of Hudson (WoH) Catskill/Delaware Watershed region of the New York City drinking water supply. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in agronomy, environmental science, agriculture, natural resource management or related disciplines (i.e. biological sciences).  Substitution of an Associate’s Degree in similar field of study and at least two years relevant field experience will be considered; Agricultural Environmental Management (AEM) Certified Nutrient Management Planner (CNMP) certification preferred. Applicants in the process of receiving this certification may be considered; NRCS Conservation Planner certification and CNMP experience highly considered; as well as additional requirements further detailed in POSITION DESCRIPTION. Salary: low $50,000s.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to Amy Faulkner, Watershed Agricultural Council, 33195 State Highway 10, Walton, NY 13856. EOE. Review of applications will begin April 17, 2015.

 

 



Agricultural Field Intern/Temporary Employee

 

The Watershed Agricultural Council seeks Ag/Field Intern/Temporary employee to assist the duties of the Ag. Program Engineer during the implementation of Agricultural Best Management Practices on participating farms within the NYC Watershed. This is a 10 week summer position that pays $10.50 per hour. Must have dependable vehicle, insurance and a valid driver’s license. Will be reimbursed for mileage incurred on the job.. E.O.E.
Send resumes to Amy Faulkner, WAC, 33195 State Highway 10, Walton, NY 13856, fax (607) 865-4932. Deadline April 6, 2015.


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Planning Intern/Temporary Employee

 

The Watershed Agricultural Council seeks Planning Intern/Temporary employee to assist the duties of the Ag. Program Large Farm Coordinator during the implementation of Whole Farm Planning on participating farms within the NYC Watershed. This is a 10 week summer position that pays $10.50 per hour. Must have dependable vehicle, insurance and a valid driver’s license. Will be reimbursed for mileage incurred on the job. E.O.E.
Send resumes to Amy Faulkner, WAC, 33195 State Highway 10, Walton, NY 13856, fax (607) 865-4932. Deadline April 6, 2015.


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Nutrient Management Intern/Temporary Employee

 

The Watershed  Agricultural Council seeks Nutrient Management Interns/Temporary employees to perform the duties of soil sampling and data collection as part of a Watershed Agricultural Program serving farms within the NYC Watershed. This is a 10 week summer position that pays $10.50 per hour. Must have dependable vehicle, insurance and a valid N.Y.S. driver’s license. Will be reimbursed for mileage incurred on the job. E.O.E.
Send resumes to Amy Faulkner, WAC, 33195 State Highway 10, Walton, NY 13856, fax (607) 865-4932. Deadline March 27, 2015.


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