Open Hardware Community Manager - Public Lab
The Open Hardware Community Manager (OHCM)leads the Kits Initiative, part of Public Lab's Community Development program. The initiative's purpose is to scaffold and support community collaborative design through easy-to-get-started kits and access to off-the-shelf tools. The OHCM is responsible for shepherding Public Lab's DIY environmental monitoring kits, which are designed collaboratively by community members, staff and other researchers, from prototype phase to available for sale and loan -- in a public, transparent way. This helps people bootstrap their involvement, driving growth in the Public Lab community. See more: https://publiclab.org/notes/Shannon/02-16-2017/public-lab-nonprofit-job-posting-open-hardware-community-manager
Regional Environmental Coordinator - Portland Oregon
The primary function of this position is to lead a team of environmental specialists who are responsible for conducting all environmental activities as they relate to transportation projects. This includes reconnaissance, development, construction, and maintenance activities. This person is responsible for coordinating environmental activities of the agency's most complex projects with the Environmental Section in Salem and representing the Region in statewide environmental issues. The REC carries out citizen's involvement activities as they relate to projects being developed and advise district managers, construction project managers, and other region staff on environmental matters.
Organizer - Impact
IMPACT is a non-profit project of leading advocacy organizations, including Environment America, U.S.PIRG and PIRG Campus Action, that creates the grassroots action and power it takes to make an impact on issues that matter. We’re hiring a team of organizers for a two-year program. We work with national campaigns to get our country to 100% renewable energy, reduce corporate agriculture’s pollution of our water, and end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. If these issues are important to you, apply to be an IMPACT Organizer. APPLY NOW: http://bit.ly/2lPHZ7R
Cultural Resilience Fellow - Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise is seeking an experienced creative practitioner with expertise in placemaking, artistic social practice, community development, cultural anthropology, participatory planning or public interest design to be a Cultural Resilience Fellow. The Fellow will build upon the pioneering creative placemaking, community sustainability and resilience efforts of partner communities and Enterprise over the past several years. The Cultural Resilience Fellow will embody and demonstrate the value of integrating art, culture, and creativity into the resilience projects of Enterprise and our partners.
Development Director - Growing Hope
Growing Hope is seeking a Development Director – a relationship-oriented, highly organized, motivated, energetic, and detail-oriented person with fundraising experience. This person is responsible for successful implementation and administration of annual fundraising goals, and acts as a support for raising the remaining targets of an ongoing capital campaign. This person will work closely with the Executive Director and board of directors to provide leadership in planning, executing, and growing goals in annual giving, major giving, and sponsorships, in particular, and will supervise a Marketing & Events Manager in carrying out special events. See job description for more details.
Bookkeeper - Greensgrow
Overview: The bookkeeper is a critical member of the finance and accounting team at Greensgrow. Our bookkeeper is responsible for assuring the accurate and timely maintenance of our financial records contributing to the sustained health of our business.
Francis B. McAllister Endowed Chair - Northern Arizona University
Frances B. McAllister Endowed Chair in Community, Culture, and Enviornment Northern Arizona University seeks an innovative leader for interdisciplinary initiatives focused on developing a culture of place and civic engagement in the Colorado Plateau region. The successful candidate must have an earned terminal degree in a discipline related to arts, humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences and a scholarly record commensurate with appointment as Full Professor. The successful candidate should have demonstrated success in building relationships amongst diverse community members and institutions; be an effective communicator, have experience working with diverse communities (e.g., across ethnicities, gender, sex, cla
Impact- Immediate Opening - Impact
We’re hiring a team of organizers for a two-year program. Organizers currently work in 25 states. We’re working with national campaigns to get our country to 100 percent renewable energy, reduce corporate agriculture’s pollution of our water, and end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. If you want to join a team of people who bring their passion to work every day to make an impact on issues that matter, then we’re the group for you. Impact is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
Leadership and Group Development Coordinator, TA Programs of Partnerships for Parks - Partnerships fopr Parks/City Parks Foundation
POSITION SUMMARY City Parks Foundation is seeking a Technical Assistance Coordinator for Leadership and Group Development. The Technical Assistance Coordinator will be a part of Partnerships for Parks (PfP) program, and will report to the Manager for Leadership and Group Development. PfP builds the capacity of parks stewards by acting as expert consultants to help individuals and groups improve neighborhood parks. We do this by offering training, workshops, coaching, grants, publication and website design services, community planning and visioning assistance, and through the development, testing, and sharing of best practices to support public involvement in parks and green space. (More on website, below)
Development Manager - Earthwatch Institute
For 45 years, Earthwatch has connected people from around the planet with world-class scientists to help change environmental policies, achieve critical conservation goals, and produce groundbreaking findings. We support real objective scientific fieldwork while connecting people to the environment in a personal and often profound way. The Development Manager plays a key role on a small Development team that is tasked with setting and implementing the fundraising strategy and tactical plan for a large mission.