At Point Blue, we are team of committed, passionate, conservation scientists, researchers, educators, fundraisers, and administrators. We all share a passion for making a difference in the health of our planet.
Please view our job postings and consider joining our team!
Point Blue Conservation Science seeks a dynamic and experienced fundraiser to create and execute a fundraising and communications plan to achieve the time-critical climate-smart initiatives in Point Blue’s recently adopted Strategic Plan. Point Blue has more than tripled in size over the past 12 years and is expected to continue growing over the next 5-10 years in response to the ever–increasing demand for sound science to assess and guide conservation investments in our rapidly changing world. If you have a demonstrated commitment to the highest levels of integrity and excellence, reflective of Point Blue’s core values—commitment to scientific rigor, collaboration, innovation, excellence, nature, complete integrity and shared responsibility—then please follow this link for more information on the position, and how to apply.
The Coastal Adaptation Program Leader (CAPL) will be responsible for executing the strategy and achieving the outcomes of Point Blue’s Protecting Our Shorelines Initiative (described below). As such, the CAPL will help natural resource managers and policy makers (including local elected officials) advance their adaptation efforts in the face of accelerating climate change, ocean acidification, increased storm frequency and intensity, habitat loss, and other stressors, leveraging Point Blue’s extensive scientific resources to enhance and protect coastal wildlife, ecosystems, and human communities. The CAPL will also develop science-based policy and natural resource management recommendations.
Want to use your programming talents in a job that will address key environmental issues of climate change, habitat loss and environmental threats to our natural world?
We are looking for curious, smart and enthusiastic people to lead our Informatics team in developing and supporting web applications and extensive databases in support of our scientific programs. We are a small team supporting a growing conservation science organization working on the most important problems of our time.
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Rangeland Watershed Initiative (RWI) Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) Partner Biologist/Range Ecologist
The ACEP Partner Biologist/Range Ecologist serves as a wildlife biologist/range ecologist on the Rangeland Watershed Initiative staff and provides technical assistance to NRCS Wetland Reserve Easement Implementation Team in Northern California. The Biologist/Ecologist is responsible for planning and applying conservation measures in all types of situations with emphasis on wildlife biology, grazing management and habitat restoration, especially for wetland wildlife species. The applicant is also responsible for carrying out NRCS environmental planning and evaluation for conservation easement programs in the area of assignment.
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Up to 12 point count technician positions and 1-2 crew leader positions available on multiple bird monitoring projects in the Sierra Nevada of California with Point Blue Conservation Science. This program offers a unique opportunity to explore and observe birds in some of the most beautiful landscapes in California, across a wide range of habitats, while collecting data to guide forest management in the Sierra Nevada and Southern Cascades. Field work covers a vast profile of elevations in coniferous forest, aspen, oak, meadow, and chaparral habitats, with a significant focus on collecting data in recently burned areas. We will also be collecting bat and owl acoustic data in the burns.
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Point Blue is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, citizenship status, disability status of an otherwise qualified individual, membership or application for membership in a uniformed service, or membership in any other class protected by applicable law and will make reasonable accommodation for applicants with disabilities to complete the application and/or participate in the interview process.