The Sustainability Coordinator serves as a key facilitator of sustainability-related activity on campus. The successful candidate will provide broad institutional leadership in the college’s efforts to infuse sustainability principles into all curricular and operational aspects of the college. The central focus of the position is on engaging with students, faculty, and staff to promote sustainability across campus and to facilitate worthy initiatives. The Sustainability Coordinator will work collaboratively with a diverse array of units of the college as Concordia moves towards achieving its Vision for Sustainability.
For more detailed information on this position and on how to apply for it, see the posting on the Conordia’s HR site.
Review of applications will begin on 9/29 and continue until the position is filled.
This position will report to and support the Sustainability Program Manager of the University of Idaho Sustainability Center (UISC) by developing UISC student engagement / service learning / volunteer programs and activities, fostering connections to and advising UISCstudent staff, providing general administrative support, and other duties as assigned.
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My name is Sammi Dowdell, and I’m currently working on Food and Water Watch’s campaign to save antibiotics for medicine, not factory farms here in Cambridge. I’m currently looking for interns and volunteers to help me gather grassroots support! Right now, 80% of antibiotics in the US are used on factory farms to prevent infection and to compensate for filthy conditions. At the same time, 2 million Americans get antibiotic resistant infections every year because these drugs are losing their effectiveness.
We can create a world where we can count on medicine working, and where our farms are safe and healthy. But right now, antibiotic resistance is such a serious problem that in some cases, there are few or no treatment options. The FDA and Congress have failed to act on the issue, so Food and Water Watch is building a groundswell of public support in cities across the country, asking city councils to pass resolutions calling on our federal legislature to stop the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. Food and Water Watch is working with a coalition of organizations, businesses, and professionals to ensure that antibiotics are saved for medicine, not factory farms. We are looking for bright, talented volunteers and interns to help us on all aspects of this critical campaign.
If you’re interested in getting involved as an intern or volunteer, please fill out this short application. Start dates/hours are flexible. Please feel free to contact me with any questions at email@example.com
Under the direction of the Chief of Police/Director of Police and Parking Services, the Director of Parking and Transportation Services is responsible for administrative, operational and fiscal oversight of programs providing a broad range of commuter/campus access and transportation related services to Western Carolina University. This includes Parking Services, Parking Enforcement, and the Cat-Tran Shuttle Service.
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Grant Writer, Center for Energy Research, Education, and Service
Professional contract position available immediately.
Major responsibility research, write, and facilitate comprehensive external grant proposal development and submission to sustainability-related funding opportunities with federal, state, local, international, corporate, and on-profit funding agencies.
Minimum qualifications: bachelor’s degree; at least two years of experience in having written and submitted at least one proposal to funding agencies that were granted/issued in excess of $100,000; have knowledge and/or experience with organizations that solicit sustainability-related research, education, and service projects; excellent managerial, technical, and organizational skills; knowledge of various funding agency requirements and proposed submission procedures; excellent writing and research skills; working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, Adobe Professional suite of products, and an understanding of Grants.gov submission process; ability to work effectively under the pressure of deadlines; excellent attention to detail.
Preferred qualifications: Research Administrator’s Certificate (CRA); have an understanding of the needs of developing sustainability-related research, education, and service projects; familiarity with other data base search tools such as COS Pivot, Grant Select, Grants Resource Center, and the Foundation Center.
Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.
Send letter of application, resume, transcripts, and the names and contact information for three references to:
Professor Robert Koester, Director
Center for Energy Research, Education, and Service
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Check out the CERES website here.
CLF has an opening for an Ocean Campaign Director. Reporting to the VP and Director of the Ocean Conservation Program and in coordination with a multi-disciplinary regional team of advocates, he or she will lead the development and implementation of CLF’s integrated campaigns for ocean habitat and biodiversity protection, sustainable fisheries and National Ocean Policy implementation.
Job description and qualifications are listed on their website.
The Chesapeake Bay Funders Network (CBFN) is committed to achieving clean water throughout the Chesapeake watershed. The Executive Director will be a full partner with CBFN’s leadership in developing and executing strategic priorities, including developing and implementing plans for long-‐term financial stability and growth of the network. Along with an Administrative Associate, the Executive Director will manage all CBFN operations and program activities.
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RPA is seeking a creative and dynamic professional to direct the organization’s Community Planning and Design program. The program implements RPA principles and objectives in communities of all scales across the region, from dense urban centers to emerging exurban communities. We develop community design workshops, vision plans, project plans, regulations and guidelines as well as the economic development, housing and infrastructure strategies needed to implement these place-based projects.
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This Zoning Review Planner will work with both the ISD and Planning teams to undertake professional and technical work in planning, including project review, plan review for zoning consistency, site inspections for consistency with zoning approvals and special permit approvals.