Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant is seeking a pollution prevention outreach specialist to help advance our pharmaceutical and personal care products program. The selected applicant will be tasked with creating outreach materials, helping interested communities establish pharmaceutical take-back programs, and maintaining unwantedmeds.org and the program’s social media platforms. The pollution prevention specialist will also represent IISG at outreach events and related conferences. 
This 12-month, 75-percent position requires a Bachelor’s degree—Master’s preferred—and experience with online, print, and in-person communication. Occasional travel may be required. 
Applications will be accepted until April 7. For complete details on this position, including qualifications and application instructions, visit the University of Illinois job listing. For questions or additional information, contact Lisa Merrifield.

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Lake levels continue to reach record highs or near-record highs across the basin. What problems does this cause?

🌊 Coastal erosion
🌊 Flooding
🌊 Infrastructure damage
🌊 Economic loss

Learn more—Great Lakes Quarterly Climate Impacts & Outlook report: https://mrcc.illinois.edu/pubs/docs/GL-2020Winter_Final.pdf

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