IEc is looking to hire two Research Analysts (with undergraduate degrees) and one Associate (with an advanced degree) available to work within the next two or three weeks. Seeking motivated candidates who enjoy analysis, have excellent communication skills, and are comfortable with collaboration and solving problems. Students who would be interested in IEc, but are not available to work until May 2012, should not apply until early next year. Associate candidates in this group might consider attending the winter Open House to find out more about IEC’s work and culture. The Open House will take place at their Cambridge office on Friday, February 17, and is open to all those who expect to earn a Master’s degree by June 2012. For further information, visit www.indecon.com.
Reporting to the board of directors, the executive director will manage the organization’s operations; guide and facilitate strategic decision making; lead fundraising; oversee financial management; and represent BNB in the community. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of grassroots organizations with collective cultures; experience with youth development, international development, and/or retail bike (or other social venture) operations; and passion for social justice and BNB’s mission. For the complete position profile and application guidelines, please visit: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/bnb. Deadline: 1/15.
Deadline: Jan 17, 2012
The Associate Program Officer will help develop and implement a market-based transformation program in support of the Foundation’s overall Marine Fisheries portfolio strategy designed to positively impact global marine fisheries conservation. The role requires a strong understanding of marine fisheries and their attendant issues, a market-based approach to philanthropy, and demonstrated business acumen. For further information, visit http://www.packard.org/about-the-foundation/jobs/conservation-and-science-2/.
This position will oversee and manage the continued growth and program elements of all income and asset building activities at RI LISC. S/he will be responsible for researching and applying for grants to maintain and manage a multi-disciplinary approach to building individual and family assets; offering technical assistance and training; and working with advocates to secure greater support for this comprehensive approach to building family wealth and assets. For further information, visit http://www.lisc.org/docs/jobs/2012_po_RI_income_and_asset_building.pdf.
The Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing outreach communications to promote alternative transportation programs among Stanford University and Hospital employees, students, and visitors, while providing a high level of customer service. The position supports Stanford’s goal of increasing the use of alternative transportation at Stanford’s campus and hospital sites and reducing peak-hour trips through effective programs, communications, marketing, and customer service. For further information, visit http://jobs.stanford.edu click on the “Begin Your Job Search” bar, and enter 45887 (the job number) into the Keyword Search box