New Mexico Jobs 25 Jobs

Environmental Educator - Spring

Manzano Day School

Albuquerque, NM

Environmental Educator at Fenton Ranch in the Jemez Mountains Fenton Ranch is an environmental education facility located in a beautiful canyon in the Jemez Mountains 80 mi...

24 days ago

Native Seed and Habitat Restoration YCC Crew Lead

Institute for Applied Ecology

Santa Fe, NM

Applicants for this position must be New Mexico residents between the ages of 18 and 25.  The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) is a non-profit started in 1999 with a mi...

1 days ago

Native Seed and Habitat Restoration YCC Crew Member

Institute for Applied Ecology

Santa Fe, NM

Applicants for this position must be New Mexico residents between the ages of 18 and 25.  The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) is a non-profit started in 1999 with a mi...

1 days ago

Master of Natural Resources

Virginia Tech

Online & Hybrid

Earn your Master's in 1 year. Gain credentials and competencies while maintaining your work/life balance. Career coaching available to all students.

Field Tech-Big Game Density Estimation and Habitat Selection

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM

Selected employees will assist field staff with a collaborative study on habitat use and abundance estimation of big game populations (mule deer, pronghorn, oryx, desert bighorn sheep and barbary s...

2 days ago

Ecological Monitoring Crew Lead

New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute

Las Vegas, NM

Position Summary: The Ecological Monitoring Crew Lead is an integral member of the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute (NMFWRI). The Ecological Monitoring...

6 days ago

Conservation Crew Corpsmember (URG, MRG)

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

Taos, NM

$1,220 /bi-weekly + $ 5,176.50 education award -- Rocky Mountain Youth Corps -- Conduct trail work, fencing, invasive species removal, historic preservation, and other community improvement work....

9 days ago

Stewardship and Outreach Manager

New Mexico Wild

Albuquerque, NM

$50,000 - $60,000 -- New Mexico Wild -- Lead outreach activities to sustain and increase organizational membership and promote volunteer involvement in and public awareness of New Mexico Wild’s work...

10 days ago

Wilderness Ranger

New Mexico Wild

New Mexico, NM

$20 /hour -- New Mexico Wild -- Collect data on wilderness conditions and issues, conduct trail maintenance, rehabilitate unauthorized campsites, conduct public outreach, and implement wilderness educ...

10 days ago

Crew Lead: Ecological Monitoring in New Mexico

Southwest Conservation Corps

Multiple Locations, NM

$900 - $960 /week -- Southwest Conservation Corps -- Analyze, interpret, or make deductions for varying data, and will report data to various BLM offices and stakeholders....

13 days ago

Ph.D. Student

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM

Project Summary: Lehmann lovegrass is an introduced grass which is invasive throughout much of the southwestern US. This project will investigate ecological drivers of lovegrass in...

14 days ago

Natural Resource Specialist Intern

Conservation Corps New Mexico

Las Cruces, NM

Start/End Date: May 20, 2024 – October 4, 2024 (anticipated) Term Length:  20 weeks Living Stipend: $500/week R...

14 days ago

Biological Technician

Turner Ranches

Caballo, NM

Employer: Turner Enterprises Management, LLC Supervisory Position:  No Job Title: Biological Technician    Uses Time & Attendance: No Location:  Caballo, New...

15 days ago

Crew Member: Ecological Monitoring in New Mexico

Southwest Conservation Corps

Multiple Locations, NM

$600- $640 /week + $3,447.50 education award -- Southwest Conservation Corps -- Identify vegetation to species, record species cover and composition data via line-point intercept and gap measurements,...

22 days ago

Environmental Management – Online Masters & Certificate Programs

UConn Online

100% Online Study

The University of Connecticut offers master’s & certificate programs in the quickly growing fields of sustainability, energy and the environment. Classes are led by UConn Natural Resources, Geography & Law School faculty.