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 New Mexico Society of Hazardous Materials Managers
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Job Openings

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in good standing of NMSHMM..

Job Openings:

Sandia Labs - Packaging Design Engineer (Early/Mid-Career)
Job ID 663778
Full/Part Time Full-Time
Location Albuquerque, NM

Click here to view job openings on the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) web site


The Internet Newsbrief is a service of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Headquarters Library. This weekly service provides a sampling of new or useful Internet resources for EPA staff and other environmental professionals. The Internet Newsbrief is at: http://www.epa.gov/natlibra/hqirc/inb.htm. Here’s a recent sample from the site of information about environmental employment.

EPA INFORMATION: EZHire, at http://www.epa.gov/ezhire/, is the EPA’s Web-based recruitment and employment application system. EPA employees and outside job applicants can use the system to search and apply for opportunities at the EPA. You can browse job opportunities nation-wide. A simple registration process allows you to apply for positions on-line. You can create, edit, and archive your electronic resume in the system. Using EZHire, you can choose to be notified by e-mail about specific job openings of interest to you and the status of each job for which you have applied.

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION: The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) maintains a database, USA JOBS, at http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/. The database contains information for nearly all federal jobs, including the EPA, the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Forest Service, and civilian positions in the military departments. The database is updated daily.

INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION: The Society for Ecological Restoration maintains an employment database at http://www.ser.org/employment/employment.html. The Society for Ecological Restoration is an international non-profit organization which consists of individuals and organizations who are actively engaged in ecologically sensitive repair and management of ecosystems. While the Society does not itself engage in restoration projects, its mission is to serve the growing field of Ecological Restoration by encouraging dialogue among restorationists, and promoting research, awareness, and public support for restorative management. The Society also contributes to public policy discussions and recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to the field of restoration.

BUSINESS/NON-PROFIT INFORMATION: JobSpectrum, at http://jobspectrum.org/, is the on-line career and employment connection from the American Chemical Society (ACS). JobSpectrum is dedicated to serving the entire chemical science community by connecting job seekers and employers. ACS is the world’s largest scientific organization with more than 163,000 members. With the addition of JobSpectrum, ACS continues its tradition as a primary destination for career and employment needs in the chemical sciences.

Environmental Careers Organization (ECO), at http://www.eco.org/,  is a national, non-profit, educational organization. ECO’s mission is to protect and enhance the environment through the development of leaders, the promotion of environmental careers, and the inspiration of individual action. This is accomplished through internships, career advice, and research and consulting. ECO also offers national environmental career workshops and conferences, career development publications, and other programs.

National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) maintains career information at http://www.nrep.org/jobbank.htm. The mission of NREP is to promote legal and professional recognition of individuals possessing education, training, and experience as environmental managers, engineers, technologists, scientists, and technicians — and to consolidate that recognition in one centralized source — so that the public, government, employers, and insurers can justify the importance and acceptance of such individuals to carry out operation and management of environmental activities.

The EPA cautions that information provided in Internet Newsbrief is correct, to the best of its knowledge, at the time of publication. Remember, however, the dynamic nature of the Internet. Resources that are free and publicly available one day may require a fee or restrict access the next, and the location of items may change as menus and homepages are reorganized.