ORGANICS SOLUTIONS MANAGER - Compost Crew
The Compost Crew offers simple, clean, and convenient composting to homeowners, businesses, and others in the DC Metro region. These services are part of our mission to protect the planet, reduce waste and build community wealth. Responsibilities: Manage sales of composting services and other organics solutions in the DC Metro region; Manage the sales process including lead generation, meetings and calls to develop optimal solutions for customers, proposals, implementation, and account management; Marketing efforts, including social media, community outreach, partnership development, press releases, marketing collateral, and others; Lead training and outreach for communities and businesses; Manage a team of part time sales reps.
Sustainable Infrastructure Senior Program Manager - CDP
CDP North America, Inc. is seeking a highly motivated, entrepreneurial individual with proven self-starter skills to represent CDP globally in the infrastructure finance arena. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing and growing CDP’s global Matchmaker program which advances implementation of climate resilient infrastructure projects through project data disclosure and stakeholder consultation. https://www.cdp.net/en/cities/matchmaker. The Senior Program Manager is responsible for managing and implementing current deliverables as well as supporting new funding opportunities related to the global Matchmaker program.
Academic Director - School for International Training (SIT)
SIT is recruiting an Academic Director (AD) for its 7 week summer study abroad program located in Iceland. The theme of this program is Renewable Energy, Technology, and Resource Economics. This program follows the SIT summer program model, focusing on experiential learning to complement classroom instruction. Before applying, applicants are strongly encouraged to visit this program’s web page: http://www.sit.edu/ica Opens a New Window.
Program Coordinator - Earthwatch Institute
Earthwatch is seeking an organized and adaptable individual, with experience in coordinating international, environmental, educational, or corporate sustainability programs and a solid understanding of science. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting Program Managers in the creation and delivery of citizen science programs. In particular, they will be responsible for all aspects of preparing participants from the general public and corporate sectors for programs, coordinating logistics for programs and stewarding scientists and partners. These programs range from 1 day domestic events up to 2 week expeditions in various countries around the world. The successful candidate must possess exemplary customer service skills.
Community Development Officer - Energy Project Lead and Climate Specialist - Island Institute
The Island Institute seeks qualified candidates for the new full-time position of Community Development Officer (CDO), Climate Specialist, to serve as the project lead for our Energy team, and as a leader working across project teams to create and implement an integrated, organizational climate strategy. The person in this role manages the work of our Energy team, which supports island and coastal communities in better understanding and confronting their unique energy issues. In addition, working with staff across the organization, he or she will create a comprehensive climate strategy to leverage the current work across project teams and support the implementation of a more comprehensive and robust approach to our future climate work.
Assistant Professor - Environmental Science, Policy, and Management - College of Natural Resources - University of California, Berkeley
The Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM) in the College of Natural Resources at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applicants in the environmental field including, but not limited to, the natural, social, physical, biological, and environmental health sciences as well as the humanities for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor with an expected start date of July 1, 2019. For more information about the position, including required qualifications and application materials, go to: http://apptrkr.com/1320985 The deadline to apply is December 3, 2018. For questions, please contact the search administrator at [email protected] UC Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer.
Planner/Research Analyst I/II - Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission seeks an Entry OR Mid-career professional to join our Office of Environmental Planning as a planner or research analyst. This position involves assisting planning and policy research and performing analytical work, conducting studies, and coordinating with member governments and planning partners. Specific assignments may include supporting development of trail feasibility studies and administering Regional Trails Program funding; creating municipal environmental planning studies; supporting analytical, planning, and policy efforts related to climate change resiliency; and assisting with green stormwater infrastructure projects. Please forward cover letter and resume to [email protected]
Sustainability Manager - Babson College
The Sustainability Manager leads the development and execution of a campus-wide strategic sustainability initiative, integrating sustainability throughout the campus. This position ensures that the College’s sustainability efforts enhance and support the long-term interests of the College. The Sustainability Manager works closely with relevant stakeholders including staff, faculty, students, alums, and outside constituents to promote, engage, and improve sustainability initiatives throughout the Babson community.
Campaign Director - Western Energy Project (WEP)
The Campaign Director will help develop and implement western-based issue campaigns to support a proactive policy agenda as well as efforts to defend priority landscapes from oil and gas development. An ideal candidate would be creative, detail-oriented, enthusiastic, flexible and internally driven; would have experience in developing and implementing issue-based campaigns; would thrive in a fast-paced environment; would be willing to go the extra mile to get the job done; would have political experience (either via an advocacy organization or through running an elected official’s campaign); would have strong written and verbal communications skills; and would have a basic understanding of key policy issues related to WEP’s campaigns.
Development Associate - Clean Water Action
Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund is hiring a development associate in our Boston office to support the organizations’ donor fundraising and organizing activities. The development associate will A. coordinate fundraising activities for our Massachusetts program (working with the Massachusetts Director and other Boston office staff); B. provide administrative support to the Massachusetts program; and C. support donor cultivation activities in 2-4 other states (in collaboration with national development team and state directors). This is a full time position. Compensation will be $37,000-$42,000, commensurate with experience. Attractive benefit package available.