CEHMM - Employment

Project Manager

The Center of Excellence (CEHMM) is seeking a full-time Project Manager to direct, coordinate, implement, and execute a Candidate Conservation Program for the Texas Hornshell Mussel and other riparian species. Responsibilities include tracking enrollments; ensuring compliance with program requirements; preparing and organizing work schedules and procedures; record keeping and report writing; maintaining good working relationships with those contacted in the course of work including supervisors, co-workers, private landowners, and industry representatives; and other duties as assigned. A BS degree in Fisheries Biology or other closely related field and minimum five years’ experience in biological field is required. Send letter, resume, references, and salary history to CEHMM, 505 N. Main, Carlsbad, NM 88220 or e-mail to info@cehmm.org with subject as Internship. CEHMM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Field Technician

The Center of Excellence (CEHMM) is seeking a full-time Field Technician to conduct activities associated with the Texas Hornshell Mussel and other riparian species. Duties include conducting surveys for species, river sampling, outreach with landowners and industry, and assisting with mapping and report writing. A BS degree in Biology or other closely related field and three years’ experience in biological field is preferred. Send letter, resume, references, and salary history to CEHMM, 505 N. Main, Carlsbad, NM 88220 or e-mail to info@cehmm.org with subject as Internship. CEHMM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Summer Internship

The Center of Excellence (CEHMM), a non-profit science and research organization, is seeking students for a summer internship in the following fields: Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Wildlife Science, Biology, or Range Studies. The candidates should have a GPA of at least 3.0 and continuing enrollment in an undergraduate degree program. Internship will last approximately 12 weeks, throughout the summer months. Internship duties may include but not be limited to biological surveys (e.g., raptor, owl), pitfall trapping of Dunes Sagebrush Lizards, vegetation surveys/monitoring, compliance monitoring of industry projects, and assorted office work.

Interns should expect 8-12 hour days in the field and be comfortable working in extreme temperatures. Interns will be expected to wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (provided by CEHMM) and follow company mandated safety requirements. Interns will be stationed at either CEHMM’s Carlsbad, NM office or the Milnesand, NM field office. Salary will be $12-14/hr based on experience.

To apply, send letter and resume to CEHMM, 505 N. Main, Carlsbad, NM 88220 or e-mail to info@cehmm.org with subject as Internship. CEHMM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.