Development Associate - Public Lab
The Development Associate is responsible for maintaining and administering the daily activities of Public Lab fundraising and for delivering on Public Lab's fundraising goals. This position manages current Public Lab grants, writes fundraising material (including grants, reports, and individual asks), and researches prospective funding streams. The Development Associate is responsible for coordinating and managing development efforts, and growing Public Lab's earned revenue through DIY science kit sales and education programming and growing and maintaining the individual donor base. Read more here: https://publiclab.org/notes/thewrightjess/02-13-2020/job-posting-development-associate?_=1581638567
Manager of Partner Projects - Charles RIver Conservancy
The Charles River Conservancy (CRC) seeks a team player who is eager to programmatically implement the organization’s new strategic plan and build external partnerships with local institutions, nonprofits and community organizations. As the CRC moves into the next generation of the organization in our 20th Anniversary year, we will bring our strategic goals to life through strengthened partnerships. The Manager of Partner Projects will immediately play a key role in the execution of signature events, innovative installations, and the long-term development and expression of our organizational goals.
Summit Organizer - PGM ONE
The Summit Organizer will work alongside the Programming and Engagement Director to oversee and coordinate event logistics, communications, and local engagement with Chicago’s BIPOC environmental community, artists, and businesses for the annual summit. The Organizer will play a key role in ensuring that PGM ONE values around equity and justice are embodied in the Summit’s planning processes, practices, and logistics. This is a 7-month (March-October, 2020) position. The Summit Organizer should live in Chicago and have experience with event planning, relationship building, and community organizing. The position reports to PGM ONE’s Programming and Engagement Director. Learn more here https://www.pgmone.org/join-our-team
NYC Program Coordinator - Central Park Conservancy
The NYC Program Coordinator will help oversee the management of NYC-based Institute programs and events, and will assist the NYC Program Manager undertake special projects for the President’s Office as necessary at the discretion of the Executive Director of the Institute and the President of the Conservancy. Leveraging the Conservancy’s knowledge and history, in conjunction with broader industry trends, the NYC Program Coordinator will help implement programs that provide assistance, resources, support, and education to address identified needs in NYC-based park and public space organizations. The NYC Program Coordinator will also help develop and implement events such as convenings, site visits, and panel discussions to share information.
Forest Policy Coordinator - The Nature Conservancy
The Coordinator will focus work on forests and fire, to include the policy and practice issues that intersect with climate change, among other land management issue areas. The coordinator’s major tasks will be to help The Nature Conservancy’s USGR Lands programs bring science, collaboration and policy together to enhance forest and landscape conservation and protection, including a wide variety of duties to enhance internal and external networking. The Coordinator will coordinate and implement internal initiatives such as organizational knowledge management, internal procedures, internal networks and project coordination. Additionally, the Coordinator will provide administrative, research, organizing and general office support for the USGR
Paralegal - The Nature Conservancy
The Paralegal assists attorneys in the Eastern U.S. Division Legal Department in providing legal services to internal clients, by providing paralegal, database and administrative support. Duties include creation, implementation and maintenance of systems for efficient operation of the legal team that supports Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland/District of Columbia, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Europe. The ideal candidate will have a strong work ethic and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Sustainability Program Manager - Swarthmore College
Manages the residential Green Advisors, the Sustainability Advocates for staff & faculty and their associated projects with student Green Advisors; community education and event planning for the annual UN climate conference delegation in collaboration with Environmental Studies and the Center for Civic and Social Responsibility; and design and implementation of the Zero Waste Plan, convenes the Zero Waste Working Group and oversees the campus-wide compost system and the Free Store and move-out donation process, takes a leadership role with campus food growing efforts and assists with the practicum research of Environmental Studies applied learning courses, and manages the day-to-day functioning of the Office of Sustainability.
Director of Prospect Research and Portfolio Management - League of Conservation Voters
With a recently expanded Major Gifts team, we are seeking a research professional who can be a partner in our efforts to identify, qualify and build meaningful philanthropic relationships with prospects. As such, the Director of Prospect Research and Portfolio Management will work closely with the Major Gifts team to find promising new donor suspects, help upgrade existing donors and determine ways to leverage existing donor relationships to expand our donor base. LCV is also dedicated to expanding the number of donor suspects in our pipeline that are people of color and is looking for people who are committed to that work. The Director of Prospect Research and Portfolio Management will directly supervise the Prospect Research Coordinator.
Senior Scientist - Plant-Based Proteins (Remote) - The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will have the opportunity to analyze the technical landscape for plant-based protein, articulate shared challenges, and identify opportunities to involve new experts, industries, and technologies. Your analyses will help create a roadmap for improving the quality of plant-based products and growing their market share. You will ensure that the best scientists are engaged in plant-based R&D and that significant funds are directed toward scientific endeavors to transform agriculture toward more sustainable systems. Working with key academic, nonprofit, and industry stakeholders, you will help plant-based products dominate the marketplace as quickly as possible. Please apply online at https://grnh.se/1aa057002
Youth Mentor Internship - City of Cambridge: Community Development Dept
Each summer, the Community Development Department (CDD) hosts 40-55 youth to lead discussions with thousands of Cambridge residents around sustainable transportation, food waste, and energy use, place hundreds of informational doorhangers promoting solar power around Cambridge, and create new games and outreach activities to better-engage Cambridge residents and business owners in our planning efforts. The Mentor will help teach the high school interns community engagement skills like canvassing, creating outreach materials, administering surveys, interacting with the public and analyzing data, all while educating them about energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, the water crisis and other aspects of urban planning.