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A couple of job openings of interest came across my inbox today - thought I'd pass them along:

UCSF Recycling Coordinator
Under supervision of the East Zone Manager, the incumbent is responsible 1) developing, implementing, and coordinating UCSF’s Mission Bay/East Zone recycling program for UCSF Facilities; 2) managing the collection, storage and removal of all refuse; and 3) developing and implementing education programs about refuse removal and recycling; the mandated recycling compost diversion goods are 75% by 6/30/2012 and zero waste by 6/30/2020; the Recycling Coordinator position exists for co-management of the UCSF Recycling, Compost, Re-Use, and Waste Reduction programs; areas of responsibility include planning, program development and evaluation, oversight of day-to-day operations, budget management and customer relations, acquisition of required equipment and supplies, monitoring of waste/recycling/compost hauler contract compliance, and implementation of program initiatives; and perform other duties as assigned.

US Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Engineer/Scientist
US EPA Region 9 is accepting applications for an open position in the Waste Division Permitting Office. This office leads hazardous waste permitting and corrective action cleanups to ensure adequate protection of human health and the environment. The successful applicant will serve as a project manager who will have the responsibility to develop permits for industrial facilities; work directly with the public to involve communities in the permitting and cleanup process; work with state governments on their permitting activities; and oversee corrective action cleanups on contaminated lands.
To Apply: www.usajobs.gov . In the “WHAT” box in the center of the page, on the opening date, type announcement number: LV-R9-DE-2011-0023

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