Campus and Community Planning is responsible for a broad range of planning activities including the academic core of both UBCs Vancouver and Okanagan campuses, and the growing residential neighbourhoods unique to the Vancouver campus. Planning activities include land use, operational sustainability, transportation planning, campus and urban design, heritage and public realm planning, community services planning, provision of general information, and other related activities.
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The Office for Sustainability at Western Michigan University is seeking a qualified and passionate individual to develop, plan, and deliver permaculture programming at the Gibbs House Permaculture Site. The Permaculture Program Coordinator is the eyes, ears, and hands on the ground for creating an educational experience for all students and community members who visit and interact with the Gibbs House Permaculture Site. The Site provides a supportive research and education space for developing, testing, and learning about sustainable land management practices, food production, and ecological living. Click here for more information.
The Office of Sustainability is looking for a creative, energetic member to join their team as the Program Specialist for the Green Energy Fee (GEF) Grant Program at Western Washington University. This unique program is a highly collaborative effort with an extensive number of participants and stakeholders working to utilize funds gathered from the student Green Energy Fee to pilot sustainability initiatives for the campus community. This position interacts with all constituencies of the campus community, including students which this position mentors on project management skills.
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Position closes 8/8/2014.
The Office of Sustainability is currently seeking a Full-time Regular Manager, Sustainability Engagement.
Reporting to the Chief Sustainability Officer, the Manager of Sustainability Engagement is responsible for leading the engagement arm of the Office of Sustainability. This includes planning of best-practice student, faculty and staff engagement programming, and oversight of program implementation, resources, and services to accelerate the establishment of sustainability as an institutional norm.
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The Recycling Coordinator is responsible for recycling on the Endicott Campus. He/she promotes awareness of waste reduction and environmental issues within the student body, staff and faculty, local community. The coordinator will work with Sustainable Endicott, a college-wide sustainability effort to:
1) Ensure that collection of recycling is timely and efficient
2) Identify and implement waste recycling reduction opportunities and track progress.
3) Communicate recycling information to the college community and promote efforts where appropriate.
Successful candidates should have a Bachelor Degree and a demonstrated interest in environmental issues and sustainability as well as the ability to engage and motive students.
Interested applicants can send a letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to:
376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
FAX: (978) 927-0084