The Division of Coastal Resources Management is addressing CNMI’s most pressing conservation challenges with solutions that benefit our islands, our culture and nature.
Our mission creates the foundation for rewarding and challenging careers. We are providing effective conservation of our resources and bridging science into action. You will find an environment that encourages innovation, collaboration, professional development and a deep appreciation of our islands natural resources.
Climate & Coastal Hazards Specialist: The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management (DCRM) is seeking to hire a full time (40hrs/week) Climate and Coastal Hazards Specialist who will serve as the lead on projects related to climate
change and coastal hazards and will provide technical support to DCRM’s Planning Section for any projects involving analysis and coordination of coastal and climate-related spatial data. See the job posting here.
Coastal Resources Planner II: The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management (DCRM) is seeking to hire a full time (40hrs/week) Coastal Resources Planner II who will assist in the planning and implementation of any assigned projects in any of the following categories: wetland, coastal hazards, public access, marine debris, special area management planning, ocean resources, cumulative and secondary impacts, climate change, energy and government facility siting and aquaculture. See the job posting here.
Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist: The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management (DCRM) is seeking to hire a full time (40hrs/week) GIS Specialist. This position will lead DCRM’s GIS program, providing data management, coordination, and analytical support, as well as web application development and data access via DCRM’s web-based portal. The GIS Specialist will work across all sections of DCRM, providing mapping and spatial analysis for the Planning Section, data maintenance and decision support tool enhancement for the Permitting Staff, and integration of regulatory actions and violations in a web mapping interface for Enforcement operations. See the job posting here.
Last Updated 10/11/2017