Applications must be received in the Concord Human Resources Office by 12 noon, Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
The Town of Concord seeks a qualified applicant to intern with the Division of Natural Resources. Under the general supervision of the Natural Resources Director, the successful candidate will review and update existing Excel databases and assist with the general organization of office files, maps, and plans.
Candidate must be able to interpret legal documents, organize data in spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel, and maintain organizes logs and spreadsheets. Familiarity with Orders of Conditions issued under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, property and plan information, and a working knowledge of the Middlesex Registry of Deeds online database is desired.
All applicants are required to complete a Town application form, available from the Human Resources Department. Resumes may be attached to the application form as additional information, but cannot serve as a substitute for completing the form. The position will begin as soon as a candidate is hired and will run through June 30, 2013. Position pays $10.00/hour on a flexible schedule of up to 40 hours.
For more information and to apply, click here.
Under the direction of Senior Planners / Community Planning, support public outreach and its internal coordination. Assist with workshops, as well as planning, zoning and land use regulation initiatives. Prepare meeting minutes and conduct research. Provide assistance on the following neighborhood planning projects:
- Urban Agriculture Initiative
- Roxbury Strategic Master Plan implementation
- Fairmount Line Planning Process
- Downtown Crossing Economic Improvement Initiative
- Downtown Crossing arts initiatives.
For more information and to apply, click here or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance is dedicated to responsible land stewardship in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to ensure that human activities are in harmony with the area’s irreplaceable wildlife, scenic and other natural resources. The Community Planning Intern assists the Community Planning Director with Alliance research and advocacy efforts on issues regarding private land development, particularly as it relates to impacts on wildlife, scenery, and community character. Flexible start & end dates with a duration of 10-12 weeks. Full-time 40 hours per week. Possible evening and weekend work required. Stipend depending upon experience paid twice per month.
To apply, contact: Mr. Amy St. Pierre, Community Engagement Associate, email@example.com.
Check out this incredible infographic on the outcomes of the Kyoto Protocol: Has it worked? Has it failed?
You can also find the original image, and more sustainability news, here.
Saturday March 2 from 9am-5pm
Discuss the collaboration of academic research and practice over and between a spectrum of disciplines through exemplary projects from students and distinguished speakers. Address questions in a series of panel discussions and workshops: How does research lead to entrepreneurship? And how do ideas born in practice transform into research? How organizations can rise to the challenges of preparing for the future? Students of all levels, entrepreneurs and professionals working on or interested in sustainability are welcome to engage in this platform for a day-long conversation!
This event is organized through the collaboration of Harvard University Graduate School of Design Green Design group, and the Cornell University Sustainable Design student group!
Program details and speakers… TBD!
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