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Date: August 5, 2014

Fall Intern, Office of Energy and Environment (Medford, MA)

Hello,

I am the director of the Office of Energy and Environment in Medford, and I am looking to advertise an opening for a paid internship position that I have available this fall. I am hoping to hire a Tufts student who is interested in issues surrounding energy and the environment to help me with various projects. These include project management of 5 small energy efficiency projects as well as preparing for our annual energy efficiency reporting to the State and Federal government on Medford’s buildings. The intern is needed for 10 hours a week during the Fall semester, but the availability to start in August is a plus. Distribution of the hours can fit your schedule, but must fit within City Hall’s open business hours (Mon, Tues, Thurs 8:30-4:30, Wed 8:30-7:30, Fri 8:30-12:30).

Tasks include oversight of grant paperwork and bills, visiting the work locations, data entry and general office help. Possibility to continue on other projects in the Spring semester. Compensation is $10 per hour. A good candidate is a self-starter who can work independently, use common sense and take initiative. The City of Medford is also a Federal Work-Study site and students eligible for work-study are encouraged to apply.

Thank you for your help,

Alicia Hunt

ahunt@medford.org

Energy Management Coordinator, University of Mississippi (Oxford, MS)

The University of Mississippi seeks a full-time Energy Management Coordinator, a first-time position to be filled on the Oxford, MS campus.

“This is a professional position in which the incumbent is responsible for the conservation and management of energy resources used by the university. The incumbent manages energy conservation efforts, provides conservation education and training to the university community, manages utility contracts, and serves as a resource to administration as it relates to energy conservation and management while exercising independent judgment and a high degree of discretionary authority.”

Though housed in the Physical Plant Department, this person will work closely with the Office of Sustainability in implementing energy conservation projects and programs on campus.  We’re looking for someone who can think outside the boiler! 

For complete job description, visit the website.

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