Environmental Manager Jobs in District of Columbia

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American Cleaning Institute - Washington, DC
QUALIFICATIONS, NOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Candidates with a Masters degree in environmental sciences/engineering, public health, or a related field, with 3-5 years of work experience are preferred....
7 days ago
Atlas Professionals - Washington, DC
Environmental Manager Atlas Professionals United States, DC Seasonal/Temp Apply on company site Create Job Alert....
19 days ago
George Washington University Hospital - Washington, DC
ASST DIR - ENV SVCS / HSKP ID 2020-54754 Career Level Management Category House Keeping Responsibilities The George Washington University Hospital The George Washington University Hospital (GW...
21 days ago
Children's National Medical Center - Washington, DC
The Environmental Services Supervisor, under the direction of the Manager, will maintain housekeeping services to ensure a safe, sanitary, and clean environment for all patients, visitors, and...
25 days ago
Chimes - Washington, DC
Oversee and ensure the safety of employees, subcontractors and the general public during custodial and other Chimes DC operations at the Library of Congress. Enforce corporate and project specific...
45+ days ago
Washington Agricultural Devpt - Washington, DC
Qualifications Master's degree in environment, natural resource management, agriculture or related field required....
20 days ago
Cw Resource, Inc - Washington, DC
Additionally, Health, Safety, and Environmental Supervisor requires a bachelors degree in Environmental Science is a plus....
45+ days ago

Demographic Data for District of Columbia

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Environmental Manager Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Environmental Management & Ethics
Decision-makers often turn to scientists and engineers to assist them to navigate through complex environmental, health and societal challenges pervaded by systemic uncertainty, ambiguity and...

Environmental and Natural Resources Economics
How can we create a sustainable society that protects the environment while maintaining a prosperous society? Why have humans caused environmental degradation on local, regional, and global...

Global Environmental Management
Learn about the best environmental technologies for a sustainable development and how they are managed in various settings around the world. This course gives you an opportunity to learn about...

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Environmental Manager positions.

Highest Education Level

Environmental Managers in District of Columbia offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (47.5%)
  • Master's Degree (30.7%)
  • High School or GED (6.4%)
  • Doctorate Degree (5.5%)
  • Associate's Degree (4.6%)
  • Vocational or Certification (4.3%)
  • Some College (0.8%)
  • Some High School (0.2%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Environmental Managers in District of Columbia
  • 4-6 years (39.0%)
  • 10+ years (19.9%)
  • 2-4 years (14.4%)
  • Less than 1 year (12.3%)
  • 6-8 years (6.8%)
  • 8-10 years (5.5%)
  • 1-2 years (2.2%)

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**Data source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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