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YOUTH SPECIALIST SCO Family of Services Extraordinary reach. Unconditional care. Life-changing results. MINIMUM RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide 24/7 “eyes on” client supervision, which includes ensuring compliance with a daily schedule and maintaining program structure. Implement group and individual treatment plans utilizing the Missouri approach. Develops and models effective relationships and behavio...
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Posted Wed 2nd April
Environmental job titles include engineer, protection officer, ecologist, meteorologist, chemist, hydrologist and scientist. A bachelor's degree is usually enough for most entry-level positions, however, higher positions and teaching positions will require a masters or doctorate degree. Job growth for hydrologists specifically will grow much faster than average, as companies are held accountable for their impact on the environment, water, and air contamination. Although the federal government employs many environmental scientists, the most growth will be seen by employment in private companies as staff or as consultants.
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