Youth Programs Manager - Groundwork Denver

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Contact Email: jobs@groundworkcolorado.org

Website: https://groundworkcolorado.apscareerportal.com/jobs/2338612/apps/new

Location: Denver (CO)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $50,000-55,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: Paid sick, vacation, and holiday time off; health and dental insurance, RTD EcoPass, Cell phone reimbursement. Optional at the employee’s expense: employee vision insurance; health, dental, and vision coverage of family members; retirement savings program

Reporting to the Director of Youth Programs, the Youth Programs Manager will support day-to-day activities of the Youth Programs. The Manager will assist in day-to-day needs of the program, including supervising Green Team Supervisors and Assistant Supervisors, assisting in administrative tasks such as timesheets and hiring documents, managing data, and communicating with Youth Program external partners. Additionally, the Manager will be responsible for supervising the Youth Programs Assistant, and supporting curriculum and program development.

https://groundworkcolorado.apscareerportal.com/jobs/2338612/apps/new

2024 Land of the First Light Fellowship - Native Land Conservancy, Inc.

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Contact Email: diana@nativelandconservancy.org

Website: https://www.nativelandconservancy.org

Location: Mashpee (MA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

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Compensation or Other Benefits: NLC is able to offer each fellow a $7,500 stipend with additional support available for housing, travel, and technology.

Hosted by the Native Land Conservancy (NLC), the first Native-led land conservation nonprofit east of the Mississippi, the fellowship intends to open up pathways to diverse careers in conservation for rising Native Americans. Whether you’re a student of ecology or considering a career switch, you’re in the right place! We believe that it is in all our best interests when the next generation of Indigenous conservationists are encouraged to bring their whole selves to their training, including their culture.

Based in the NLC office in the town of Mashpee on Cape Cod, the 10-week, 35 hour/week program begins June 10, 2024 and ends August 16, 2024.

Director of Human Resources - Waverley Street Foundation

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Contact Email: cody@goodcitizen.com

Website: https://www.goodcitizen.com/executive-search/hr-director-waverley-str…

Location: San Francisco (CA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $225,000-275,000 yearly

ABOUT WAVERLEY STREET FOUNDATION
Waverley Street Foundation builds and supports solutions at the intersection of climate change and community priorities, focusing on efforts and initiatives that draw connections between urgent local and community-based issues—including housing, transportation, food security, and more—and the health of our planet. The Foundation is especially eager to partner with communities that are already enduring severe impacts of climate change and that deserve a central place in solutions. WSF prioritizes representation, diversity, equity, and inclusion in all facets of its work.

In order to execute against their ambitious goals, WSF is seeking a Director of Human Resources (Director of HR) to support their team.

Program Officer - Waverley Street Foundation

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Contact Email: mollie@goodcitizen.com

Website: https://www.waverleystreet.org/welcome

Location: San Francisco (hybrid role, expectation of working in-office three days per week) (CA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $140,000-170,000 yearly

Additional Benefits: In addition to salary, this position includes a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k) plan with employer match, paid time off, and other perks.

Waverley Street Foundation (WSF) is building out its team of Program Officers to help shape and guide the trajectory of the Foundation’s climate initiatives, specifically advancing the Foundation’s work on renewable energy and regenerative agriculture in California, Arizona, and New Mexico. Program Officers will oversee and build significant grant portfolios and partnerships with likeminded funders and key stakeholders. The Program Officers will also work closely with other program staff to identify opportunities for collaboration that advance the foundation’s ambitious climate goals.

To learn more about the role and apply, please visit GoodCitizen’s website: https://www.goodcitizen.com/executive-search/waverley-program-officer/

Louisiana Outreach Fellow - National Wildlife Federation

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Contact Email: hrhelp@nwf.org

Website: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NAT1047NWF/JobBoard/1ca8346a-33cc-401d…

Location: New Orleans (LA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $20+ hourly

Compensation or Other Benefits: $20/hour plus core benefits

To support our mission, we are seeking a Louisiana Outreach Fellow to join our team in New Orleans and in South Louisiana to help conduct public education about climate and energy technology, especially carbon management as it pertains to carbon capture utilization and storage, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide removal. This is a great opportunity to work with communities, scientists, policy makers and a network of environmental NGOs to help Louisiana’s people, wildlife and economy adapt and thrive in face of climate change.

Environmental Justice Communications Coordinator - National Wildlife Federation

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Contact Email: hrhelp@nwf.org

Website: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NAT1047NWF/JobBoard/1ca8346a-33cc-401d…

Location: Remote; Washington DC (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $50,000-55,000 yearly

The Environmental Justice Communications Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of communications strategies to raise awareness about environmental justice issues and promote the mission and initiatives of our program. This position will work closely with the Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Center (TCTAC) co-directors, Senior Program Manager, Policy Manager, Community Partner Specialists, and other NWF team members to ensure that our messaging is consistent, effective, and aligned with our programmatic goals.

Summer-Fall 2024 Cyanobacteria Monitoring Internship - Association to Preserve Cape Cod

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Contact Email: HR@apcc.org

Website: https://apcc.org/employment/

Location: Dennis (MA)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $18-18 hourly

APCC’s Cyanobacteria Monitoring Program is a Cape-wide initiative to collect and analyze monitoring data on cyanobacteria in freshwater ponds on Cape Cod, and to communicate results to stakeholders and local officials. For the 2024 season (mid-May – November), APCC is partnering with organizations and local officials to monitor ponds in each of the 15 towns on Cape Cod, with a target of 130 ponds monitored across the region.

Minimum Education Requirements:
A high school diploma and one to three years of relevant field experience (e.g., limnology, biology, ecology, chemistry, and/or other science related to aquatic systems). Must be at least 18 years old.

Summer 2024 Cyanobacteria Monitoring Internship - Association to Preserve Cape Cod

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Contact Email: HR@apcc.org

Website: https://apcc.org/employment/

Location: Dennis (MA)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $18-18 hourly

APCC’s Cyanobacteria Monitoring Program is a Cape-wide initiative to collect and analyze monitoring data on cyanobacteria in freshwater ponds on Cape Cod, and to communicate results to stakeholders and local officials. For the 2024 season (mid-May – August), APCC is partnering with organizations and local officials to monitor ponds in each of the 15 towns on Cape Cod, with a target of 130 ponds monitored across the region.

Minimum Education Requirements:
A high school diploma and one to three years of relevant field experience (e.g., limnology, biology, ecology, chemistry, and/or other science related to aquatic systems). Must be at least 18 years old.

Associate Attorney, Florida Regional - Earthjustice

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Contact Email: jobs@earthjustice.org

Website: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oyoMqfwS&s=Environmental_Leadership_Prog…

Location: Miami (FL)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $80,700-105,800 yearly

Earthjustice is accepting applications for an Associate Attorney to join our Florida Regional Office in Miami, FL. The Florida Regional Office focuses on litigation involving water pollution, water conservation, wetlands protection, endangered species protection, fish and wildlife conservation, Everglades restoration, clean and renewable energy, and equal access to a healthy environment for all.  We work in partnership with community-based organizations and others advancing the rights of disproportionately burdened communities.  The Associate Attorney will work collaboratively with Florida Regional Office staff located in Miami, Tallahassee, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as with program staff located throughout the country.

Researcher (Heavy Industry) - Remote - Global Energy Monitor

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Contact Email: hr@globalenergymonitor.org

Website: https://globalenergymonitor.bamboohr.com/careers/79?source=aWQ9NTI%3D

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $38+ hourly

Additional Benefits: Benefits vary by country. U.S.-based benefits include: 100% paid health, vision, dental insurance for employee & contribution for dependents; 403(b) retirement plan w/ 5% employer match; 4 wks paid vacation + 18 holidays, 10 sick leave days; and more.

Global Energy Monitor is seeking an experienced Researcher who will work primarily as part of Global Energy Monitor’s Heavy Industry Program, working on specific trackers within heavy industry, with a particular focus on South East Asia. The researcher may also support other GEM projects as needed. GEM’s Heavy Industry work is currently focused on iron and steel, but may expand to include cement, concrete, aluminum, hydrogen, and other sectors.

See link above for full position description, qualifications, and details on pay and benefits.