Senior Environmental Scientist Supervisor
State Water Resources Control Board
The State Water Resources Control Board’s (State Water Board) Division of Water Quality Sustainable Water Plans and Policies Section has an opening for a permanent full-time Senior Environmental Scientist (Supervisor) to serve as the unit supervisor of the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission (SMBRC) Unit assigning, prioritizing, and supervising the work of the SMBRC as well as serving as the Chief Administrative Director of the SMBRC to support administrative functions of the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission (Commission). Due to COVID-19, the incumbent would be teleworking 100 percent of the time until staff transition back to the Los Angeles Regional Water Board offices when COVID-19 conditions improve. Normally, the position is located at 320 W 4th Street Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90013. The office in the vibrant downtown Los Angeles area next to Grand Central Market, Spring Street Park, metro stations and other public transportation.
Applications are due 5/28/2021. Click here for more info.
Updated: Mar 30
Abstract submission open until April 5th!
Regional SoCal and Desert Southwest Chapters of SETAC are requesting abstracts for platform or lighting presentations for our Virtual 2021 Annual Meeting happening April 26-28. Any primary research, case studies, monitoring program data, or policy-based presentations related to environmental toxicology, chemistry or related fields are invited.
We also highly encourage presentation of student proposals and research at the meeting by offering Best Undergraduate and Graduate Student Platform and Lighting Talk Awards (not applicable to postdocs). This meeting is also a great opportunity to present information from the 2020 SETAC North America Annual Meeting to local members who could not attend, or to prepare for the upcoming 2021 SETAC North America Meeting in Portland, OR (hopefully in person).
Platform presentations will be allotted 15-20 minutes including Q&A. As a virtual alternative to posters, we are offering lighting talks this year, which will be a 3-5 minutes with background graphics as desired. More details on platform and lighting presentation format will be provided upon abstract acceptance.
INSIDE THIS EDITION:
Feature article by Chris Stransky with contributions from James Guilinger and John Rudolph on "DDT in the SoCal Bight - Let sleeping dogs lie?"
Meet the Board: Leslie Nanninga (City of San Diego)
Student Corner: Life in Toxicology After Graduation: Advice from Recent Graduates
Save the Date: SoCal SETAC together with Desert Southwest SETAC 2021 Annual Virtual Meeting, April 26-28 2021
SoCal SETAC Calendar