Monthly Archives: June 2014

Environmental Analyst- Chief of Regulatory Review (Westborough, MA)

The Department of Fish and Game, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, seeks qualified applicants for the position of Chief of Regulatory Review for the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program (NHESP).

The Chief of Regulatory Review (Environmental Analyst V) reports to the Assistant Director for the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (NHESP). The Regulatory Review Manager is responsible for the overall supervision of review staff and review assistants, including guidance on Division of Fisheries and Wildlife policy and procedures, assuring project review consistency, and compliance with regulatory procedure and timelines. Works with Assistant Director in the development of endangered species regulatory policy.

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Program Assistant at Tufts University (Medford, MA)

The Experimental College has a position open for a recent graduate during the coming academic year. The Program Assistant takes a lead role in the planning, creating, and implementation of social media communications and marketing, oversees the set up and work of faculty-student committees that interview prospective faculty each semester, coordinates the use of our filmmaking equipment, and is often called upon to take the lead in implementing special projects. In addition, the PA provides support for the Program Administrator in the day-to-day operations of the department and is a voting member of the ExCollege Board.

For more information, e-mail the Program Administrator, Emily Mears at emily.mears@tufts.edu, or call her at 617-627-3384.

Program Coordinator, The 11th Hour Project (Palo Alto, CA)

This position will work towards our goal of reducing fossil fuels and their associated negative environmental and health impacts. We are seeking a bright, talented individual with passion for these areas and demonstrated interest in work on energy/environmental issues. To apply, email resume and cover letter to mail to: jobs@11thhourproject.org include the job title in the subject line. No phone calls please.  For more information, visit:  http://www.11thhourproject.org/about-us/jobs

Medway Millis Energy Manager (Medway, MA)

The Towns of Medway and Millis seek a full time Energy Manager to help both communities develop and implement local clean energy policies, practices and projects. Responsibilities include Green Communities administration, grant preparation, energy use reporting, community education programs, and developing initiatives to achieve municipal energy conservation goals. The employee will divide time equally between the two communities. SEE COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION at: http://www.townofmedway.org/Pages/MedwayMA_HR/jobops/JDEnergyMan.pdf

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in environmental, mechanical, architecture, technology engineering or a related field.  A minimum of two years of related professional experience, including the development and implementation of energy efficiency and also renewable energy programs. Desired certifications: Certified Energy Manager, Building Operator Certification or LEED.

Salary: Full-time position with an excellent Medway employee benefits package. Expected salary is $64,000 based on qualifications and experience.

Please send a letter of interest & resume to: Town of Medway Department of Human Resources, 155 Village Street, Medway, MA 02053 or email to:  peppolito@townofmedway.org. by the closing date of July 16, 2014.

Conference Intern, National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE)

NCSE is a not-for-profit organization that improves the scientific basis for environmental decision-making. NCSE brings together individuals, institutions and communities to advance environmental and sustainability science, education.

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Program Assistant, National Council for Science and the Environment (Washington, DC)

The CEER Program Assistant will support all activities of the Center for Environmental Education Research, which includes developing national and international research reports and performing academic consulting services.

Read the full job description here.

Communications Specialist, Office of Sustainability, Tufts University (Medford, MA)

The Tufts University Office of Sustainability is seeking a highly creative and enthusiastic full-time Communications Specialist to promote Tufts’ sustainability efforts to the university community and build a culture of environmental sustainability on campus.  This individual will manage the Office’s internal and external communications on all three Massachusetts campuses, including the website, social media channels, print publications and other outreach materials.  S/he will be responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating the Office’s communications and marketing strategies, from designing posters to creating community-based social marketing plans.  S/he will work with student interns, sustainability staff and other stakeholders at the University to report on Tufts’ progress towards its sustainability goals, create behavior change campaigns, disseminate sustainability news, run effective outreach and engagement programs and events, and support the Office’s many sustainability programs.

We are seeking candidates with 3-5 years of direct experience in communications, marketing, community engagement campaigns, and campus sustainability with a BS/BA in communications, marketing, public relations, business or a related field and training in community-based social marketing, market research, and/or behavior change.

For the full job description and to apply, please click here.

**UPDATE: NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS**

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Farm to School Coordinator (White River Junction, VT)

The Farm to School Coordinator is a new position at Vital Communities. The Upper Valley Farm to School Network has merged into our Valley Food & Farm program, and this position will be responsible for coordinating farm to school activities, with support and collaboration from fellow staff. The position will work toward these long-term goals: Students enjoy and understand their connection to local food and farms, and make healthy choices based on that connection; Communities actively support their local FTS program; FTS leaders are growing in number and connectedness; FTS programs are growing in number and effectiveness; Farmers benefit from a greater connection to schools in their community
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Outreach Coordinator (Somerville, MA)

Groundwork Somerville is looking for an energetic and creative individual to contribute to the growth and reach of our organization. Groundwork Somerville strives for the sustained regeneration, improvement and management of the physical environment through the development of community-based partnerships, which empower people, businesses and organizations to promote environmental, social and economic well-being. We serve youth aged 16-24 in green jobs and leadership training, provide environmental education in School Garden Classrooms and create and restore green and growing spaces throughout the city and region.

AmeriCorps VISTA has a quick application process so learn more about the position here.

 

Student Activities Coordinator at MIT Energy Initiative Education Office (Cambridge, MA)

Responsible for the timely planning and implementation of activities and programs to sustain and expand opportunities for students in energy at MIT.  Primary activities include strategic planning and organization of events engaging undergraduate and graduate students throughout the academic year; managing Freshman Pre-Orientation Program (FPOP); coordinating MITEI’s participation in campus-wide activities such as Independent Activities Period (IAP), the Energy Club Conference, Campus Preview Weekend (CPW), Earth Day, and orientation; and potentially assisting with energy-related internships. Will also assist with continuous improvement for student networking and engagement on energy and related environmental challenges, increase awareness of energy education opportunities among prospective and current students, maintain and strengthen relationships with student groups, support lasting relationships with MITEI alumni, foster student leadership and engagement through collaboration with key MIT units, and provide content for and assist with the design of informational materials and news items (social media/web/print). Job #11176

Apply here.