Job Board

Intern - Center for Inland Bays

Posted: February 22, 2018
Posted by: Angela Padeletti
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Rehoboth Beach (DE)

Environmental Science and Habitat Restorations Interns will report to CIB’s Science and Restoration Coordinator through the Program Manager and/or Environmental Scientist. They will provide field and office support for science and restoration projects, such as water quality monitoring, living shoreline and wetland projects, shellfish enhancement projects, and natural resource surveys. Duties will include tasks such as data entry and analysis, collection of water quality data, maintenance of monitoring equipment, assistance with citizen science surveys (horseshoe crabs, fish, aquatic vegetation and other resources,) basic land management and conservation tasks, assistance with oyster shell recycling and oyster gardening programs, monitoring

Multiple - Earthjustice

Posted: February 20, 2018
Posted by: Maclovia Quintana
Location: San Francisco, Washington DC, Nationwide (CA)

Earthjustice is currently hiring for a LOT of different position, many in San Francisco, and many of them in DC or elsewhere. Some of these are attorney positions; many are in communications, development, and policy. There's a very long list of jobs--please take a look. https://earthjustice.org/about/jobs I'm happy to answer any questions anyone may have, as best I can--I'm pretty new to the organization.

FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellow - Riverkeeper

Posted: February 15, 2018
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Ossining (NY)

The FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellow will be a part of a four person team working to build advocacy and engagement with communities up and down the River. The FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellow will work on a direct service project of educating the next generation of river advocates and stewards and a capacity building project, which includes supporting the coordination of the Riverkeeper Sweep, our annual day of service where volunteers clean up shoreline debris in over 100 locations. The FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellow will report to the Director of Advocacy and Engagement and will work alongside the Outreach Coordinator (and former FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellow) and the Advocacy Coordinator.

Greensgrow Farms Garden Center Manager - Greensgrow

Posted: February 14, 2018
Posted by: ari rosenberg
Location: Philadelphia (PA)

The Greensgrow Farms garden center in Kensington is the cornerstone location of Greensgrow. It is the heart of our organization and the sustained success of the business and the site is critical to the vitality of the enterprise as a whole. The Garden Center Manager ensures the health of vendor and neighbor relations, and is constantly seeking out new opportunities for growth and community partnerships. The ideal candidate will be extremely customer-oriented, able to build the Greensgrow Farms garden center to reflect the needs and desires of the local community, and participate in shaping strategic direction for the organization in pursuit of its mission and vision.

Executive Director - Renewable Northwest

Posted: February 14, 2018
Posted by: Kristen Graf
Location: Portland (OR)

Renewable Northwest seeks an Executive Director to lead a strong staff and vibrant membership to advance environmentally responsible renewable energy products and services in the Northwest. We seek a thoughtful energy professional who sees opportunity in the changing landscape of the electric industry and provides leadership towards strategic, systemic change. The successful candidate has the experience, skills, and temperament to convene and collaborate with a broad membership to find common solutions that can be implemented in our region.

Evaluation, Assessment, and Research Coordinator - Oregon State University Extension Service - Outdoor School

Posted: February 14, 2018
Posted by: Gerard Gonzales
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Corvallis (OR)

The Outdoor School (ODS) Program helps Oregon’s youth learn better; develop leadership, critical thinking and social skills; and exposes them to the role of scientific inquiry and applied learning. As Evaluation, Assessment, and Research Coordinator of OES Outdoor School Program, this person is responsible for coordinating all evaluation and related research programs related to Outdoor School, including: develop and execute a comprehensive evaluation plan, craft an annual report, participate in scholarly research and publication, create marketing that embeds diversity and social justice as central to the mission of Outdoor School and Outreach and Engagement. (I am on the Advisory Committee and happy to answer any questions. -GG)

Workforce Development and Volunteerism Manager, Mid-Atlantic - GRID Alternatives

Posted: February 13, 2018
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Washington (DC)

In your role as Workforce Development and Volunteerism Manager, you will manage job training, workforce development programming, volunteerism, and employer partnerships for the Mid-Atlantic region. Your responsibilities will further include staff management, strategic planning and coordination for existing Workforce/Volunteerism programs, implementation and tracking of team goals, and expanding potential job-training/workforce development programming in coordination with the Strategic Partnerships Manager. You should be detail and goal-oriented, thriving on grassroots community outreach and coordination, experience managing large grants and/or programming is a plus!

Coastal Climate Specialist - University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension

Posted: February 13, 2018
Posted by: Jennifer Dindinger
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Queenstown (MD)

The coastal community specialist will develop, lead and participate in extension programming related to community responses to climate change risks and to planning and development of sustainable coastal communities in Maryland. This position will strengthen the ability for Marylanders to understand and improve their resilience to natural hazards and respond to changing conditions. Programming should emphasize stakeholder education and problem-solving assistance to community decision-makers and planners leading to measurable benefits. Further, the specialist will develop partnerships with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Chesapeake and Coastal Service and other appropriate state and federal agencies serving coastal communities.

Technical Assistance Specialist for Group Development - City Parks Foundation

Posted: February 12, 2018
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: New York (NY)

The Technical Assistance Specialist for Group Development will be part of Partnerships for Parks’ (PfP) Technical Assistance (TA) team. The Technical Assistance program builds the capacity of parks stewards, PfP staff, and organizational and NYC Parks partners citywide. We act as expert consultants to help individuals and community park groups sustain their efforts to improve parks and communities. The Technical Assistance Specialist will report to the Director of Technical Assistance and will utilize programs and resources to develop community park group sustainability.

Sustainable Farming Apprenticeship - Wild Fox Farm

Posted: February 12, 2018
Posted by: Andy Andrews
Location: Barto (PA)

Wild Fox Farm is located in the Lehigh Valley in Barto, PA. The training will take place on the farm which includes 10 acres of vegetables, pasture raised range livestock: pigs, laying hens, broilers, sheep, a greenhouse and several hoophouses. We are experienced vegetable growers with over 25 years of combined experience. This apprenticeship training program was designed to provide all the necessary training to those wishing to pursue organic/sustainable farming as a livelihood or career. Contact us for more information.

Pages