AIHEC Position Annoucement- Tribal Climate Science Liaison


American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Position Announcement – September 2016

Position Title: Tribal Climate Science Liaison

This full-time, professional position will provide direct extension support to Tribes and Tribal colleges (TCUs) located in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and California, the states comprising the service area of the Department of the Interior Southwest Climate Science Center (SW CSC), located on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ. The position will work with the SW CSC to develop and implement a communication, education and outreach program involving Tribal governments, schools and communities focused on supporting climate resilience planning and implementation. Tribal community-based activities to be supported by the climate science liaison include outreach/engagement, education and research associated with mobilizing community response to anticipated environmental, health, and safety impacts of climate change.

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