The Chesapeake Research Consortium (CRC; seeks an energetic, motivated, and well-organized individual with good communication skills and a career interest in environmental science and policy to assist the CRC in coordinating activities of the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP; Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC; CRC fully enables its seven-member academic and research institutions and the broader scientific community in the region to inspire and implement solutions to the understanding and management of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed by defining, coordinating, and disseminating the research and education needed for its science-based management. The Chesapeake Bay Program brings together leaders from state, federal and local government, as well as academia and the watershed’s many communities, to collaborate on creating the best strategies and tools for cleaning up the Bay and the rivers and streams that flow into it and engaging with diverse communities to restore habitat health for living resources and promote stewardship for an environmentally and economically sustainable Chesapeake Bay.

Applications are due to STAC Coordinator Meg Cole by Sunday, January 15. Download the full position description. STAC_Projects Manager Position 2023