Grassroots Director - National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
NSAC is hiring! Are you passionate about creating a more just, sustainable, resilient food and farm future? Are you an organizer with a commitment to grassroots leadership? What better time to be doing that work in Washington, DC than now? NSAC is seeking an experienced, strategic and collaborative Grassroots Director. This role represents a unique opportunity to work with hundreds of sustainable food and agriculture community leaders nationwide on shared campaigns that build grassroots power, achieve NSAC’s federal policy goals, and advance racial equity in agriculture and food systems. Learn more about the position and apply here; application deadline is April 27: https://sustainableagriculture.net/about-us/jobs/
Stop the Fossil Fuel Industry with Green Corps - Green Corps
You’ll participate in eight weeks of intensive classroom training conducted by environmental organizers and leaders from a wide range of organizations and campaigns, such as Bill McKibben of 350.org. Our staff and trainers present overviews on the biggest issues facing our environment, as well as more specific trainings on proven organizing tactics. Topics include volunteer recruitment, campaign planning, public speaking and much more. You’ll learn how to run campaigns that inspire the public and build organizations and political support needed to save our planet.
Park Ranger (Urban Refuge) - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
-Coordinate urban refuge youth programs, offered on and off-site, and in close collaboration with partners -Develop and implement new and innovative programs that successfully engage urban citizens by providing opportunities for meaningful experiences in nature on a national wildlife refuge -Work with urban partners to conduct natural resource conservation activities off Service lands -Attend community meetings on and off-site to gain a better understanding of the community -Maintain partnerships within the urban community with traditional and non-traditional partners, such as: non-profit organizations, human dimensions professionals, educational institutions, health and medical organizations, communities of faith, etc.
Public Affairs Specialist - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Duties Summary This position is part of the R9-Assistant Director-External Affairs. As a Public Affiars Specialist you will be responsible for providing Service wide guidance, developing social media strategy and content and developing policy and procedures for social media interaction and communications. Applicants MUST reapply to be considered for this vacancy who applied to R9-20-10741439-YL (DEU). Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Works with Web Content Manager, Social Media Coordinators Group, Service Web Council, and relevant subject-matter experts to identify needs and develop strategies for Service-wide policy and standards to reflect rapidly changing Web communications environment,
Accounting and Office Administrator - New Jersey Future
New Jersey Future is looking for a mission-oriented professional with experience performing full-charge bookkeeping and overseeing administrative operations in a small organization - under 20 employees with an annual budget of around $2 million. Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Accounting and Office Administrator is a full-time position responsible for overseeing and implementing organizational operations, including bookkeeping, budgeting, administration, human resources, risk management, information technology, and business planning and operations.
Policy and Program Coordinator - New Jersey Future
New Jersey Future is looking for a highly organized, motivated individual to manage the day-to-day operations of NJF’s Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure Program, through which NJF works to make green infrastructure the first choice for stormwater management. The successful candidate will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, work independently and in a team, and take on expanding responsibilities in a fast-paced environment while managing many priorities. The coordinator will help shape and articulate policy positions, build consensus with stakeholders, advocate for change and coordinate the logistics of program activities.
Guest blogger/Contributors/Story Tellers - CritterFacts Global
We are actively looking for passionate individuals that are engaged in citizen science, wildlife conservation, environmental awareness, wildlife and environmental educators, film makers, zoo keepers, and more that are looking to tell their stories and spread awareness about projects that they are involved in or are a supporter of. To share their passions about wildlife and environmental related topics. Our mission is to spread knowledge, create curiosity, and inspire appreciation, for wildlife and our environment, that in turn promotes wildlife welfare, supports conservation efforts, and helps to preserve the world around us. If any of this excites you get in contact with us ASAP. We are actively looking now. Thank you!
Corporate Sustainability Project Manager - Sustainable Solutions
The Corporate Sustainability Project Manager (PM) is an integral member of the SSC Corporate Sustainability (CS) team and effectively interacts with all project team members, as well as clients and industry associations. The PM executes and manages services that organize, analyze, improve, and communicate the key sustainability attributes of the products and operations of manufacturers, industry associations, and other organizations. The PM exceeds customer expectations and serves as a trusted advisor while delivering projects on time and on budget. The PM enables systems for continuous improvement and supports the strategic vision and goals of the Corporate Sustainability business.
Jersey Water Works Program Manager - New Jersey Future
The program manager leads the day-to-day work of the Jersey Water Works backbone staff, which facilitates the collaborative’s operations. A successful manager enables the Jersey Water Works collaborative to drive change in water infrastructure policy and practice. The manager’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to: ● Coordination: Work with members, committee chairs, and colleagues to develop new partnerships and projects and help advance them through supportive project management. Oversee and coordinate six working committees and related efforts. ● Communications: Oversee the preparation of professional communications, including newsletters, social media posts, blog posts, and website updates. ● Event planning
Wildlife Refuge Manager - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Responsibilities The incumbent will serve as the Refuge Manager for the Washita National Wildlife Refuge (NWR). This position provides critical leadership and support for the Refuge which employs five full-time refuge employees and a varying number of intermittent employees, seasonal interns, and volunteers. Duties of this position include, but are not limited to, the following: Gather, consolidate, and prepare documentation for reporting requirements Supervise a multidisciplinary staff and achieve management objectives by working with others Participate in development of long-range plans, annual works plans, and associated budgeting Administer public use programs within the scope of the refuge administration act and other policies