Program Director – Community Engagement, Chesapeake - The Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment

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Contact Email: jobs@campbellfoundation.org

Website: https://www.campbellfoundation.org/jobs_pd_com_eng_ches/

Location: Remote, but candidate should be located in the Mid-Atlantic region (MD)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $175,000-175,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: medical, dental, vision, Health Savings Account with employer contribution, 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid leave, matching gifts, tuition assistance and wellness reimbursement

The Program Director will work closely with the President to begin the Foundation’s Community Engagement Program within the Chesapeake Initiative, with a focus on the Delmarva Peninsula and Lancaster County, PA. The Community Engagement Program will engage with and serve diverse populations and constituencies, and seeks to dismantle systems that constrain the choices and opportunities of individuals.

Please view full job description here: https://www.campbellfoundation.org/jobs_pd_com_eng_ches/

Program Manager - Children & Nature Network

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Contact Email: jobs@childrenandnature.org

Website: https://eadn-wc04-796033.nxedge.io/wp-content/uploads/Program-Manager…

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $67,500+ yearly

The Program Manager provides technical assistance (TA) to community teams on their efforts to increase equitable access to nature through systems change. They work collaboratively with other TA providers and partners to foster peer learning and field-building. They will manage event and project activities, develop resources and materials, and provide technical assistance and network building support to advance equitable access to nature in communities across the U.S. The ideal candidate is a skilled facilitator with experience and expertise in at least one related field, such as early childhood, trauma-informed care, climate resilience, sustainability, green infrastructure, GIS, park planning, landscape design, policy or play.

WCC Crew Supervisor 1 - Southwest - Dept. of Ecology

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Contact Email: careers@ecy.wa.gov

Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1814299/wcc-cr…

Location: Clark, Pierce and Thurston counties (WA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $43,428-58,104 yearly

Additional Benefits: ofm.wa.gov/state-human-resources/compensation-job-classes/ClassifiedJobListing

The Shorelands and Environmental Assistance (SEA) program is hiring Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) Crew Supervisor 1 positions. The WCC consists of three subprograms: the original Corps Program, Veteran Conservation Corps, and Puget Sound Corps.

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to work outdoors across Washington State, this job is for you! Our crew supervisors' mentor young adults and military veterans as they develop skills in the environmental field. In exchange, our crew supervisors develop their own skills through a variety of certifications that WCC offers to both supervisors and members (e.g. Hazwoper, Pesticide Applicator, and Wilderness First Responder).

Development Director - The Fund for People in Parks

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Contact Email: searchcommittee@peopleinparks.org

Website: https://peopleinparks.org/uploads/3/4/9/1/34914713/development_direct…

Location: Remote in California, strong preference for Bay Area (CA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Executive

Salary Range: $58+ hourly

The Development Director position collaborates on the design and implementation of our fundraising program, which is currently focused on major gifts and expanding into more corporate and foundation support. The Fund is a continuously-developing fundraising, grant making, and project facilitation organization, focused on enhancing the visitor experience in western National Parks.

The position is 12 hours/week, with occasional upticks to 30 hours (~3-4 weeks/year, spread across the year). Flexible scheduling. Travel in the Bay Area (1-2x/month) and occasional travel to National Park sites and other locations for events (2-4x/year).

Solar Equity Program Analyst - Boston Government Services

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Contact Email: vanina.alanes@ee.doe.gov

Website: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=1…

Location: Hybrid, Washington, D.C. (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $110,000-135,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Paid Vacation, 401K, Long and Short-Term Disability.

The Solar Equity Program Analyst will support the Solar Energy Technologies Office’s efforts to make distributed solar programs located in and benefiting low-income and disadvantaged communities that include a variety of meaningful benefits. The candidate will provide programmatic, stakeholder engagement, and technical expertise to accelerate the accessible and affordable deployment of solar energy. An ideal candidate is an organized, multi-tasker with good interpersonal skills and direct experience with community-based solar projects and programs, solar project development and financing, affordable housing, and/or community development and is passionate about addressing challenges to ensure an equitable transition to clean energy.

Junior Solar Equity Program Analyst - Boston Government Services

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Contact Email: vanina.alanes@ee.doe.gov

Website: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=1…

Location: Hybrid, Washington, D.C. (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $80,000-110,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Paid Vacation, 401K, Long and Short-Term Disability.

The Junior Solar Equity Program Analyst will support the Solar Energy Technologies Office’s efforts to make distributed solar programs located in and benefiting low-income and disadvantaged communities that include a variety of meaningful benefits. The candidate will provide programmatic, stakeholder engagement, and technical expertise to accelerate the accessible and affordable deployment of solar energy. An ideal candidate is an organized, multi-tasker with good interpersonal skills and direct experience with community-based solar projects and programs, solar project development and financing, affordable housing, and/or community development and is passionate about addressing challenges to ensure an equitable transition to clean energy.

Senior Solar Equity Program Analyst - Lindahl Reed

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Contact Email: vanina.alanes@ee.doe.gov

Website: https://lindahlreed.com/careers/?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a88d19fe9a018d6c10…

Location: Full-Time Hybrid (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $135,000-170,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Medical Benefits Dental Benefits Vision Benefits Retirement Plan Basic Life and Long-Term Disability Flexible Spending Account Paid Time Off Professional Development

The Senior Solar Equity Program Analyst will support the Solar Energy Technologies Office’s efforts to make distributed solar programs located in and benefiting low-income and disadvantaged communities that include a variety of meaningful benefits. The candidate will provide programmatic, stakeholder engagement, and technical expertise to accelerate accessible and affordable deployment of solar energy. An ideal candidate is an organized, multi-tasker with good interpersonal skills and direct experience with community-based solar projects and programs, solar project development and financing, affordable housing, and/or community development and is passionate about addressing challenges to ensure an equitable transition to clean energy.

Director, Community & Media Relations - Potomac Conservancy

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Contact Email: diemand@potomac.org

Website: https://potomac.org/careers

Location: Silver Spring (MD)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $60,000-64,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Potomac Conservancy’s office is located in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland within a short walking distance of the Silver Spring MARC and Metro stations. • As a regionally focused organization, we value having staff live locally in our watershed. • The

This role offers an exciting leadership opportunity to creatively evolve and expand the organization’s public relations and outreach strategies, building off the organization’s foundation of successful conservation programs, digital content marketing, and fundraising. The position requires a balance of remote and in-person work. This position will report to the Vice President of Communications and will work in close coordination with programmatic staff to elevate Potomac Conservancy’s profile in the Potomac River region and attract new supporters and allies in our clean water efforts.

Jersey Water Works Communications and Events Intern - New Jersey Future

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Contact Email: hr@njfuture.org

Website: https://www.njfuture.org/about-njf/employment-rfps/

Location: Trenton / Hybrid (NJ)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $18+ hourly

The JWW collaborative seeks a current college student/recent graduate or high school graduate with 2+ years of experience to support day-to-day communications and the JWW team with planning and executing the annual membership meeting in July 2024. Their responsibilities will include creating customized resources and communication tools, assisting with the team's day-to-day activities, and helping with the execution of large events. This intern will report to the JWW Director, Paula Figueroa-Vega.

Advocacy Director - Boston Climate Action Network

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Contact Email: hessann@bostoncan.org

Website: https://bostoncan.org/get-involved/jobs-and-internships/

Location: Boston (MA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $70,000-75,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Health & Dental Insurance; HSA; 15 days PTO + All MA Holidays; Coworking Space Membership; MBTA Commuter Pass; Subscription to The Boston Globe

The Boston Climate Action Network (BCAN) organizes residents to advocate for climate justice policy in local and state government. The Advocacy Director reports to ED and is responsible for day-to-day oversight of BCAN’s campaigns, building relationships in and outside the organization, and recruiting and supporting volunteers. See link above for full description of roles and responsibilities.

This is a full-time, 40 hrs/week role based in Boston. This position is hybrid with access to four coworking space locations in downtown Boston. Community organizing work may happen “in the field” at various locations around Boston in order to impactfully connect with community members. It will involve some work in the evenings and occasionally on weekends. The role will begin as soon as you can.

Questions? Contact our Executive Director Hessann Farooqi at hessann@bostoncan.org.