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Campaign Organizer - Oceana

Posted: September 20, 2017
Posted by: Brooks Winner
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Maine, Virginia, New York, Washinton

General Summary Oceana is an international nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans. Oceana’s campaigns are directed at achieving measurable policy changes to prevent the irreversible collapse of ocean life. Results are achieved through science, law, advocacy, organizing public support, and communications. This position reports directly to the Grassroots Manager and will work closely with the other Campaign Organizers, to execute a campaign plan and carry out the tasks necessary to meet campaign objectives, track timelines and report on progress. This position requires initiative and an ability to work on one’s own to meet deadlines and accomplish tasks, while managing a varied and high volume workl

Project Manager, wind and solar environmental and permitting services - DNV GL

Posted: September 19, 2017
Posted by: Ellen Crivella
Location: Various- Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; San Diego, CA; Oakland, CA; Katy, TX; Burlington, MA; Chalfont, PA; others

The Project Manager is responsible for leading project development and owner’s engineering activities, including the preparation of local, state/provincial, and national renewable energy permit applications, environmental and social impact studies, stakeholder engagement sessions, and land use and zoning permit applications for projects primarily in the U.S. Preferred candidates will have experience leading conditional use permit applications, special use permit applications, and environmental assessments or impact statements compliant with the National Environmental Policy Act. The Project Manager may also be engaged in leading proposal efforts, US BD for wind and solar facilities as well as assisting with financing due diligence.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Arctic Modeling - Stanford University Center for Ocean Solutions

Posted: September 14, 2017
Posted by: Anna Zivian
Location: Palo Alto

POSITION: The Postdoctoral Scholar will lead the modeling of multiple stressors in Arctic marine systems as part of a recently funded Stanford Catalyst for Collaborative Solutions project. This position is tailored towards a Postdoctoral Scholar who is interested in engaging in interdisciplinary ocean-related modeling to support a collaborative effort at Stanford that will harness the innovations of the data revolution to produce better understanding of the likely impacts of multiple stressors on the ocean and the associated risks of abrupt state shifts. We seek an enterprising Postdoctoral Scholar interested in working in a professional, interdisciplinary work environment.

GIS Analyst/Conservation Easement Technician - Natural Lands

Posted: September 8, 2017
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Media

The GIS Analyst/Conservation Easement Technician will provide support to the Manager of GIS and Cartography by generating maps and deriving information using ArcGIS software. The projects may include conservation easement mapping, stewardship management plans, and preserve mapping. He or she will also assist project managers working on conservation projects and the Conservation Easement Program Administrator with conservation easement administration, which will entail report and grant writing, easement monitoring, GPS data collection, plant identification, and real estate closing logistics. For a full job description or TO APPLY: visit our website at www.natlands.org/everything-else/job-opportunities/

Director of Urban Programs - Natural Lands

Posted: September 8, 2017
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Media

The Director of Urban Programs will be responsible for the coordination and oversight of existing urban initiatives in four communities: Coatesville, Pottstown, Chester and Norristown. As such, he or she will serve as the primary relationship manager for Natural Lands with municipal officials, funding agencies, community groups and citizens; advancing conservation and greening projects by identifying opportunities and developing local support and grant funding, and assisting with the implementation of the projects by other Natural Lands professionals. For a full job description or TO APPLY: visit our website at www.natlands.org/everything-else/job-opportunities/

Director of Development and Community Outreach - Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association

Posted: September 5, 2017
Posted by: Gail Farmer
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Greater Philadelphia

The Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association is an esteemed community-based conservation organization headquartered in Ambler, PA. For 60 years we have been working to protect and restore nature in the Wissahickon Valley, preserving 1,300 acres of critical open space and building 21 miles of trails for public access. We are seeking a new member of our leadership team who will have the opportunity to impact local environmental conservation and improve the quality of life in the Wissahickon Valley. The Director of Development and Community Outreach is charged with raising the funds necessary to support our operations by development and implementation of successful fundraising strategies in collaboration with board and staff.

Reducing Consumption Coordinator - Environmental Paper Network

Posted: August 31, 2017
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Asheville

The Environmental Paper Network, a project of Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs, is seeking a candidate to join our network team and help shape the future of paper consumption in North America and beyond. The Reducing Consumption Coordinator will lead our “Paper Use Efficiency Project” and work closely with Environmental Paper Network staff and member organizations on educational and advocacy efforts to achieve reductions in the consumption of wasteful, unwelcome and high volume paper products (for example receipts, junk mail and phone books) and to help facilitate our network members’ in collaborating toward this goal.

Associate, Center for Behavior & the Environment - Rare

Posted: August 31, 2017
Posted by: Kevin Green
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Arlington

Rare is looking for an exceptional candidate to join this new team based in our U.S. headquarters. Reporting to the Director of the Center for Behavior & the Environment, and collaborating with a multitude of staff and partners, the Associate will lead significant areas of work related to the Center and support development of a broader strategy. We are looking for someone passionate about translating science into practice and eager to hit the ground running. This person is a compassionate and down-to-earth do-er capable of communicating effectively with both scientists in the lab and practitioners in the field.

Campus Organizer - PIRG Campus Action

Posted: August 31, 2017
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: NJ, MA, CA, and OR.

**APPLY ONLINE AT http://pirgcampusaction.org/job.html** How will you get results on important issues? Well for one thing, you won’t spend a lot of time sitting behind a desk. Instead, you'll get out and organize where there are young passionate people, people who care as much about these issues as you do, and who have the drive and energy to make change happen. That’s why we organize on campus. And over the years, our organizers have helped students win major victories. For example, students in New Jersey helped 16 communities go on record against Citizens United, joining a nationwide movement of 17 states and nearly 700 towns and cities. PIRG Campus Action is working to fill positions in NJ, MA, CA, and OR.

SCA Massachusetts Forest & Parks Historic Preservation Crew Leader - The Student Conservation Association

Posted: August 30, 2017
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Hingham

The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America’s #1 conservation service organization seeks an experienced, quality oriented outdoor leader to supervise a team of 6 corps members as part of the DCR Preservation and Stewardship team. This team will be for focused on Historic Preservation and general conservation projects on various MA DCR properties throughout state of MA as part of the SCA MA Forests and Parks Corps. Program Dates: ASAP to December 8th Compensation: Salary $575 per week, paid biweekly. Housing provided. Tents and group gear provided for backcountry work projects

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