The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is seeking a Natural Resource Specialist for its Houston office. Among other duties, the Specialist will provide compliance assistance to small businesses, trade associations, local governments (including school districts), and agency staff for the TCEQ’s Environmental Assistance Division (EAD); and assist small businesses and small local governments in understanding and complying with environmental rules.
For a full job description, including qualifications, requirements, conditions of employment and application instructions, visit tceq.texas.gov.
The Children’s Environmental Health Initiative (CEHI) at Rice University is searching for a bilingual (English/Spanish) community outreach coordinator to support and drive enrollment in the Hurricane Harvey Registry by developing and managing partnerships for recruitment, follow-up, and dissemination of information to the Houston community. The Hurricane Harvey Registry is a collaboration among The Environmental Defense Fund, Fort Bend County, Harris County Public Health, Houston Health Department, Montgomery County, and CEHI. It uses state-of-the-art data and exposure science to identify WHO was (and continues to be) exposed to WHAT and in so doing establish baseline understanding of the health and housing impacts from the storm. We are collecting the relevant information by enrolling people in the Hurricane Harvey Registry. This work will help to direct the continuing Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts and plan for the future.
See full job description and application instructions, visit jobs.rice.edu.