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Administrative Assistant - Bureau of Land Management


Closing Date: When filled

Location: Delaware Bay Field Office, Millville, New Jersey

Job Duration: Part time, year round, 28-30 hours a week

Job Description: Provides office support for Regional Superintendents in the Bureau of Land Management on a wide variety of projects and activities including:

  • Land Management Reviews
  • Scheduling of the pheasant and quail stocking programs
  • Habitat maintenance planning
  • GIS mapping and spatial analysis
  • Grant proposals
  • Purchasing - justifications, telephone quotes, requests for proposals, correspondence
  • Creation of signs for various activities
  • Public notices for restoration projects and regulation changes
  • Permit application packages - NEPA documentation, certified mailings, etc.
  • Degree in environmental studies, wildlife biology, ecology, or related field
  • Experience with ArcGIS (intermediate)
  • Proficient with MS Office programs - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Must possess a driver license valid in New Jersey
  • Non-NJ residents are subject to the New Jersey First Act information)

Compensation: $16 per hour

To Apply: Send e-mail with cover letter stating your interest and suitability for the position to:
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