The new Houston Botanic Garden is seeking a Horticulture Manager who will be responsible for supporting all aspects of garden construction and horticulture maintenance within a 120-acre botanic garden. Essential job functions include contributing in the development of innovative garden design and plant selection, assessing the quality and condition of garden construction work, and managing day-to-day HBG property maintenance.
For a full job description, including responsibilities, education and experience, and application procedure, visit hbg.org.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is seeking a Natural Resources Specialist II for the Planning & Implementation Section/Water Quality Planning Division at its Houston office.
Among other duties, the Specialist will assist in the coordination and implementation of the Ensure Safe Human and Aquatic Life Use Action Plans; inform Science-Based Decision Making Action Plans and the Galveston Bay Regional Monitoring Plan of the Galveston Bay Plan, 2nd Edition of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; and provide support in the development and implementation of initiatives with bay stakeholders to protect and restore water and sediment quality.
For a full job description, including preferred and special requirements, conditions of employment and application instructions, visit tceq.texas.gov.
Air Alliance Houston, which works works to research air quality challenges, educate residents about the impact of air quality on public health, and advocate for solutions to support healthy communities, is seeking a Communications Coordinator. Among other duties, the Communications Coordinator will assist with the development and implementation of a communications plan and support AAH’s work as a partner in the One Breath Partnership to engage community ambassadors. For more information, including full duties, qualifications, and application instructions, visit airalliancehouston.org.