Position Available: Invasive Species Research Associate (Part-Time, Limited Term)
About the Great Lakes Commission
The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) is an intergovernmental agency created by the eight Great Lakes states and Congress to protect and wisely manage the Great Lakes, acting under the authorities of the Great Lakes Basin Compact of 1955. In 1968, Congress passed an Act authorizing its consent to the Compact. Since 1999, the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Québec serve as associate members. The states and provinces are represented on the GLC by delegation members appointed by each jurisdiction. The GLC is an integral component of the governance structure of the Great Lakes Basin— enabling party states and provinces to develop consensus around a common agency table and then speak with a unified, powerful voice on behalf of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River region and its 48 million residents. The GLC staff also invests in a wide range of project priorities for states, provinces and the Basin. Learn more at www.glc.org.
Note: The Great Lakes Commission strives to create an inclusive, diverse and non-discriminatory work place. The GLC is an equal opportunity employer; the GLC complies with applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination. It is the policy of the Great Lakes Commission that no person shall be discriminated against, as an employee or applicant for employment, because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, height, weight, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, or a disability or genetic information that is unrelated to the person’s ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position.