Director, Regional Communications Strategy - The Wilderness Society
The Director for Regional Communications Strategy plays a critical role in our efforts to communicate with the media about the importance of our parks and public lands for nature and for people an position leads our communications as we build reporter relationships and elevate local storytelling in regional and national markets to protect wild places for future generations. WS has made diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic priorities for the organization. This position will integrate these priorities throughout our communications work, from expanding our media relationships to bringing an equity lens to all facets of our media relations efforts. Can be in any of the following TWS regional offices: Denver, Bozeman, Boise, or Oakland.
Sustainability and Engaged Scholarship Fellow - Swarthmore College
This position will assist the Executive Director and collaborate closely with the Office of Sustainability, Environmental Studies, and other campus departments on a variety of activities and initiatives, including (but not limited to) encouraging broader student engagement with sustainability on campus and the continued development of the campus as a living lab for sustainability learning and research, coordinating activities associated with the President’s Sustainability Research Fellowship Program (PSRF), and supporting the development of a new prospective program at the intersection of environmental resilience, social justice, and community engagement.
environmental officer - Woodland Joint Unified School District
After a long year of civic organizing, the Woodland Joint Unified School District finally agreed to hire an environmental officer to rectify the many environmental problems identified by the Woodland Coalition for Green Schools. The deadline is soon, June 15. Applications are due online via Edjoin. It requires an OSHA certification. Salary is $6,267 - $7,057/Monthly. Woodland is located about 1.5 hours north of the Bay Area and 30 minutes west of Sacramento. It is a beautiful historic town in proximity to organic farming in the Capay Valley with bilingual public schools. It is 15 minutes north of UC-Davis. Parents are organized and excited to collaborate!
Senior Program Director - Resource Media
We are seeking to hire a Senior Program Director in the Philadelphia area to help lead on work in clean water and climate justice. We do not require past experience in these issues, but are looking for a seasoned communications strategist that is comfortable working independently and managing complex campaigns, and client relationships. Ideal candidates will have at least five years experience with media relations and staff or program management. This will be our first hire in Philadelphia, with the position reporting to a director in Washington DC. Resource Media will pay for co-working or other comparable office space. Read the full job description here: http://www.chaloner.com/job/senior-program-director/
Central Cascades Field Forester - The Nature Conservancy in Washington
The Field Forester supports forest management operations and implements forest and stream restoration projects across forest holdings managed by The Nature Conservancy in the Central Cascades (45,000 acres) and adjacent public lands. The Field Forester works with staff and partners to restore forest health and stream habitat at a landscape scale while also striving to deliver social and economic benefits to the surrounding community. Applications are due on June 15th Salary range: $46,000 - $53,000 annually.
Events Manager Contractor RFP available - The Nature Conservancy in Washington
The Events Manager Contractor will assist in the planning and production of a variety of donor engagement and stewardship events through the summer of 2018. The successful candidate will work with Philanthropy, Marketing, and Conservation staff, as well as event hosts, volunteer leaders, and external partners, to deliver custom events to engage specific donor audiences. 3-5 events per month for the period of June – September 2018 may include daytime or evening events such as in-city round tables or socials, hosted salons, special interest gatherings with speakers or special guests, and day trips to program-related locations within the state. For RFP and draft events plan, email Adam Runions, [email protected] Proposals due June 8th.
Education Manager, Philadelphia Discovery Center - National Audubon Society
The National Audubon Society (Audubon Pennsylvania) and the Philadelphia Outward Bound School are joining forces to save and sustain a vital part of our natural heritage in a unique partnership. Their missions converge in the East Park section of Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park—just blocks from the neighborhood of Strawberry Mansion—where a century-old abandoned reservoir has become a unique wildlife sanctuary and an important stopover location for birds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway. This groundbreaking venture, known as the Discovery Center, will be a national model for partnership and collaboration, reaching more than 15,000 children, youth and adults per year between the two organizations.
Organizing Jobs with Impact - Impact
ORGANIZING JOBS WITH IMPACT Impact is a team of organizers that works on behalf of groups like PIRG and Environment America. We work on campaigns for our environment, our democracy and our future. Our partner groups already have researchers, policy analysts and lobbyists working together on these campaigns. But research and lobbying aren’t always enough to get things done in American politics. It takes organizing. IMPACT PAY & BENEFITS The target annual compensation for this position is $26,500 in the first year. Each of the groups that partner with Impact offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement. APPLY AT https://weareimpact.org/apply.html
Land Steward - The Whidbey Institute
The Land Steward will fill a 35-hour per week position and will be responsible for care and management of the landscape, gardens, forest and wetlands, and 3.5 miles of public trails at the Whidbey Institute, an educational non-profit with a 108-acre campus. In addition, they will work with volunteers and service learning groups and will be responsible for land-based community engagement and learning. The right person for this job is passionate about nature and community, has knowledge and experience working with landscapes in the PNW, strength to perform difficult physical work in all conditions, collaborates and communicates well, and can track projects and details across a large campus and landscape. See more @: www.whidbeyinstitute.org
Branch Chiefs - NOAA National Ocean Service
NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science is recruiting for 5 Branch Chiefs as ZP-5 (equivalent to a GS-15) Environmental Scientists. - Stressor Detection & Impacts Division (SDI), Key Species & Bioinformatics Branch in Charleston, SC. - Stressor Detection & Impacts Division (SDI), Ecotoxicology Branch in Charleston, SC. - Stressor Detection & Impacts Division (SDI), Monitoring & Assessment Branch in Silver Spring, MD. - Marine Spatial Ecology Branch (MSE), Coastal Resilience, Restoration & Assessment Branch in Beaufort, NC. - Competitive Research Program in Silver Spring, MD. CURRENT FEDS: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/500234400 ALL CITIZENS: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/500234500