Whether you prefer the Left Coast or the Right Coast, there are open IPM jobs worth looking into.
First, at Cornell University, the Northeastern IPM Center is looking for a new director. Like the Western IPM Center, the Northeastern Center is one of four regional centers funded by USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture to promote advances in IPM science and promote its adoption in ag, community and land-management settings. The Northeastern Center is very active in urban IPM. The selection process begins in early January. Check out the position announcement.
In California, the UC Extension Service is looking for an IPM advisor to work with county Extension advisors and promote IPM practices throughout the Northern Sacramento Valley. Stationed in Butte, the IPM advisor would cover Butte, Colusa, Yuba-Sutter, Glenn and Tehama counties. The application period closes Dec. 15. See the position announcement.