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Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM)
Carlisle, PA, United States
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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12 March 2017
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ, United States
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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6 March 2017
Freshwater Land Trust
Birmingham, AL, United States
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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3 March 2017
Green Restaurant Association
Boston, MA, United States
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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Neponset River Watershed Association
Canton, MA, United States
Position Type: Part-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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Desert Research Institute
Reno, NV, United States
Position Type: Postdoc
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Laos
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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7 March 2017
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Istanbul, Turkey
Position Type: Full-Time
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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3 March 2017
UNOPS
Nairobi, Kenya
Position Type: Consultancy
Date Added: 21 February 2017
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25 February 2017

From The Blog

Dear all,

Josh’s Water Jobs launched a little over 3 months ago and we are very happy with how things are going thus far and look forward to continue to enhance your experience as you search for jobs and look to improve on your career development. 

Since some time has passed and you’ve been using the site for a while now, we thought it the moment to get some feedback to see how we can improve the website.  We want to make the site as user-friendly as possible and look to add features that you find useful.

First note is that we’ve opened up a comment section on the blog, as I’d like you all to engage and participate more on the website itself.  This will be a first small step and we’ll look at adding other mechanisms down the road.  The comments section will be moderated (by me), so please be kind, considerate, on topic with regards to your posts and a bit patient as I won’t always be able to moderate them immediately.

(If you missed part I)

On to the second half of how I came to do what I do in the water community…