Bilingual Program Coordinator (Spanish) - Earthwatch Institute
Earthwatch is an international environmental nonprofit organization that engages people in scientific field research and education. We are seeking an organized and adaptable individual, with experience in coordinating international programs and a solid understanding of science and sustainability. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting Program Managers in the creation and delivery of citizen science programs and projects. They will be responsible for all aspects of preparing participants for their expeditions, in Spanish and in English, and stewarding scientists. The role requires creativity and flexibility in an often fast paced environment. For full details and to apply, follow the link above.
Weavers Way Farms, Field Assistant - Weavers Way Farms
To assist with all farm operations and the implementation of the seeding, planting and harvest plans for the respective farm. This position is ideal for someone who has one or two years of apprenticeship/internship experience and is looking to deepen and broaden their farming skills at a community-centric, urban, production farm. The field assistant is responsible for supporting the field manager in day to day farm operation and maintenance, including crop, site and tool/equipment maintenance. Basic tasks include preparing beds, planting, watering, and harvesting, as well as amending the soil, weeding, thinning, and pest and disease prevention and control. Field assistant will supervise and work with volunteers. Deadline: Dec 3, 2017.
Weavers Way Farms Field Manager, at the Mort Brooks Memorial/Awbury Farm - Weavers Way Farms
To oversee farm operations and implement the seeding, planting and harvest plans for the 2 acre Mort Brooks Memorial farm at the Awbury Arboretum. These seasonal plans are provided by, or created with, the Farm Manager. This position is ideal for someone with a few years of farming experience, who is looking to gain experience managing a community-centric, urban, production farm, with the mentorship and support of a Farm Manager. The field manager is responsible for day to day farm operation and maintenance, including crop, site and tool/equipment maintenance. Basic tasks include preparing beds, planting, watering, and harvesting, as well as amending the soil, weeding, thinning, and pest and disease prevention and control. Deadline: Dec. 3
Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Quantitative Environmental Remote Sensing - 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 invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in Quantitative Environmental Remote Sensing with an expected start date of July 1, 2018. For more information about the position, including required qualifications and application materials, go to https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/jpf01517. The deadline to apply is December 15, 2017. For questions, please contact the search administrator at espm_rec[email protected] UC Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer. More information here: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/jpf01517
Marketing and Communications Manager - Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a regional environmental nonprofit organization based in Wilmington, Delaware, seeks a full-time Marketing and Communications Coordinator to be responsible for promoting PDE, and its activities, to build awareness and engagement for protecting and enhancing the Delaware Estuary. Key elements of this responsibility include managing the organization’s website, newsletter, and media presence (social and traditional) to meet programmatic goals and raise regional and national visibility.
Project Director - Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina
The Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina is hiring for a full-time Project Director to work with the EFC team on multiple projects across the range of environmental services that we address. The Project Director will: • Manage projects funded by grants and contracts. • Lead full-day workshops and webinars, as well as present at conferences. • Advise environmental service providers on program design, management, and finance. • Create financial spreadsheet tools to be used by environmental service providers.
President and CEO - Smart Growth America
The President and CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for providing national leadership for the smart growth movement, overall direction to the organization and its staff, ensuring the organization’s fiscal health and administrative functions, and overseeing the delivery of SGA programs and policies. Smart Growth America has an annual budget of $6 million dollars and a fulltime staff of 40. The successful candidate will be a proven leader, strategist, fundraiser, innovator, manager, program director, and administrator. A collaborative and inclusive leadership style is essential as the organization’s programs include multiple partnerships and working in coalition.
Outreach & Education Director - New Jersey Highlands Coalition
The New Jersey Highlands Coalition seeks a multi-talented, motivated, self-starting, Outreach & Education Director to join our agile, collegial staff in Boonton, NJ, to raise public awareness about the Highlands' significant resource values and to increase support for our mission of protecting the natural and cultural resources of the 895,000-acre NJ Highlands region. For more information: http://njhighlandscoalition.org/HTML/jobs.html
HR Manager - Education Outside
The HR Manager is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the VP of Finance and Operations and supports all aspects of human resources and operations for EO. As an integral part of our growing Education Outside staff, the HR Manager leads HR functions including recruitment of all staff and Education Outside Instructors (EOIs), manages employee relations, and ensures compliance with labor law and federal grants.
Development Assistant - Riverkeeper
The Development Assistant (DA) provides data entry and administrative support to a five person team working to secure sustainable funding for the organization’s work. The Assistant will ensure that the administrative processes which support the fundraising effort run efficiently from interactions with members and donors to data and gift entry, supporting membership and special events, and performing prospect research. The DA reports to the VP of Development and will also assist Development staff working in Membership, Events, Major gifts and Grants, and Database Services. S/he will also coordinate as needed with Program and Outreach staff for the Department.