Check out these sustainability-focused webinars coming your way this month:
NWF Campus Ecology Webinar: Green Jobs, Safe Jobs
Feb. 28, 2012; 2:00 p.m.; Online
As part of its Greener Campus Conference series, National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology program will host the webinar, “Green Jobs, Safe Jobs.” The series invites leading practitioners to speak on conservation and other sustainability topics, with a forum for questions and discussion. This webinar will cover occupational safety and health hazards within the green jobs movement; national goals for moving forward with safe, green jobs; and what is being done in the wind industry to make jobs safe.
Incorporating Sustainability into the Student Experience Webinar
Feb. 24, 2012; 9:00 a.m. Eastern; Online
Giselle Weybrecht, author of “The Sustainable MBA: The Manager’s Guide to Green Business,” will explain the role of management education in increasing sustainability and present best practice examples of how to embed sustainability into the student experience in this webinar. Presented by the Global Business School Network, this event will provide ideas for increasing an institution’s attractiveness to top students and strengthening its programs.
AASHE is seeking a part-time events assistant to help with the development of AASHE’s yearly conference and other events. Duties will include creating conference comparison reports; overseeing and formatting a contact database of multiple audiences; gathering and creating content for AASHE conference announcements, mass emails and website; and promoting and planning portions of the conference including the AASHE Student Summit. Successful candidates will have a minimum of two years of experience with event-planning, communications, hospitality and/or project management. This position will be based out of the AASHE office in Denver, Colo. Applications will be accepted through Feb. 24, 2012.
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AASHE is accepting applications for a full-time web application developer. This position will build web-based software that helps AASHE’s members, colleges and universities to collaborate, share information and measure progress toward sustainability goals. Successful candidates will a have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, information sciences or similar curriculum with a software development emphasis and three years of combined relevant post-secondary education or work experience. This position will be based out of a home office in Pennsylvania, Ohio or North Carolina. The review of applications begins Feb. 15, 2012.
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