Building Design & Construction Sustainability Project Support - Google's Extended Workforce Solutions Contractor
Google is looking to fill a contract position on the [e]Team Design and Construction program team. The primary responsibility of this position is to support Google’s global real estate portfolio in executing upon our sustainability and health criteria. The full-time role is based in Sunnyvale, CA for a 12-month period (with the potential to extend for an additional 12 months). To be considered for this position, candidates must have a professional degree in a field related to building industry such as architecture, engineering, building science or construction.
Puget Sound Stewardship Coordinator - The Nature Conservancy
The Puget Sound Stewardship Coordinator is responsible for leading all aspects of on-the-ground stewardship and restoration for Conservancy owned lands in the Puget Sound region, engaging with conservation-related research, increasing the visibility of the Conservancy’s work, securing and managing grants, and forming strong relationships with partner organizations and local communities. The Stewardship Coordinator will also manage volunteers, and may supervise stewardship staff and interns as appropriate to further protection of the natural diversity of our preserves for people and nature. The Stewardship Coordinator is supervised by the Washington State Stewardship Manager.
Associate, Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners - Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia
The Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia (SBN) is seeking a Program Associate for our GSI Partners initiative to support the Manager in the successful implementation of all program activities. The ideal candidate will be proactive and have strong organizational skills; have polished communication and interpersonal skills; be orientated towards problem-solving; and be team-oriented while having strong self-management skills. The ideal candidate will also have a working knowledge of green stormwater infrastructure and/or Green City, Clean Waters; experience working with the business community; and be familiar with SalesForce or similar CRM.
Manager, Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners - Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia
SBN is seeking a Manager of our GSI Partners initiative to oversee and direct the development, implementation, and evaluation of all program activities, and to work with the Executive Director to lead the signature initiative into its next growth phase. The ideal candidate is a dynamic leader, convener, and facilitator; recognizes opportunities; strategizes ideas into action; is proactive and results-driven with a focus on quality; has strong staff and project management skills, including strong prioritization skills; has strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills; a sense of responsibility and accountability; communicates effectively with a variety of stakeholders; has a working knowledge of Green City Clean Waters and/or GSI.
Youth and Schools Manager - Growing Hope
The Youth and Schools Manager is a full-time position that oversees all youth programs at Growing Hope. This position includes managing and coordinating youth areas of work that emphasize gardening and healthy eating in school and community environments. Our youth areas of work include: healthier school environments via Farm to School activities including supporting school garden development and healthy food sourcing; direct garden-based education for pre-k to grade 12; a Teen Internship program, youth engagement at the Growing Hope Center, and engagement of the Ypsilanti community through youth-centered coalitions and networks. This position is full-time salaried at 40 hours a week with health benefits.
Development Program Manager - New England Grassroots Environment Fund
We are currently seeking a part-time Development Program Manager to work with the Executive Director in expanding the organizations development program, including foundation and individual donor fundraising and raising overall organizational visibility within the philanthropic community. This staff person will have weekly check-ins with the Executive Director.
Student Sustainability Committee Coordinator - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This position supports iSEE's mission to lead a coherent, campus-wide sustainability program by administering, coordinating, and executing programs while advising the Student Sustainability Committee applicants and awardees regarding general policies and funding processes. See weblink for full posting details.
Urban Conservation Educator - The Field Museum
The Urban Conservation Educator will support the work of the Youth Conservation Action (YCA) team in the Field Museum’s Keller Science Action Center. The Field Museum’s KSAC leverages museum collections and expertise to translate science into lasting results for conservation and cultural understanding in the Chicago region and around the world. Integral to this effort is the ability to foster positive connections to nature, train the next generation of conservation leaders, and build the capacity of the Field Museum and its partners to best support future leaders. The Youth Conservation Action’s Urban Conservation Educator will support and lead environmental education and community engagement efforts.
Sustainability Compliance Auditor - IKEA
Secure that all IKEA requirements related to Sustainability are met by IKEA business partners in a Purchasing and Logistics by performing IWAY and other sustainability compliance audits in accordance with all relevant working methods. YOUR ASSIGNMENT Your Tasks Will Include Plan and perform IWAY audits, in accordance with IWAY Working Methods and all other relevant mandatory documents Responsible to gather and analyze information and facts to draw conclusions about compliance/non compliance, using auditing methods including in-depth interviews with individual and/or group interviews with different parties at supplier. Responsible for creating an understanding for supplier in order to achieve compliance. (more info on the site)
Mid-Atlantic Leadership Development Manager - River Network
River Network seeks individual to join our team as Leadership Development Manager for the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region (WV, VA, Washington DC, MD, DE, PA, NJ and NY) and help increase the effectiveness of river and watershed groups and related community-based organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region. This position will help groups define their strategies and goals, expand their community organizing and civic engagement efforts, grow their nonprofit management and leadership skills, and work together for greater impact. They will also help regional groups with our network of statewide organizations and alliances. Full-time salaried, non-exempt. Annual salary range: $55,000-$65,000.