Impact is a campaign team that works in states where we can win positive change for our environment, our democracy and our future. Our mission is to create timely, focused citizen action, energy and power – the kind it takes to make an impact on important issues – through campaigns run in targeted cities and states. We partner with Environment America, the Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs) and Fair Share – well-established groups with solid track records on the issues. We currently employ campaign organizers in 25 states, working on national campaigns to reduce global warming pollution, restore Clean Water Act protections to America’s streams, expand solar power in 12 states from Georgia to Maryland to Texas, and end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms.
We’re expanding our campaign organizer team, so we’re hiring graduating seniors and recent college graduates for two-year commitments beginning in the fall of 2015. So far, Impact’s Class of 2017 is nearly full. We’ve hired more than 35 organizers in nearly 25 states to protect clean water, stop the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms, move forward with solar energy and work on other critical issues. Because of the success of the program, we are expanding Impact next year to make an even bigger difference on some of the most critical issues our country faces.
The SunShot Initiative is seeking a program manager and several technology managers in the area of systems integration of solar energy technologies into the electric power grid. SunShot’s Systems Integration team seeks to develop technologies and solutions for cost-effective, reliable, and safe integration of hundreds of gigawatts of solar energy into the U.S. electricity grid. The program manager will serve as part of the leadership team within SunShot and provide visionary leadership of the Systems Integration program, establish strategic direction and goals, provide technical, budgetary and market stewardship, and supervise a team of technical, financial, and support professionals within the program. Technology managers help guide the Systems Integration vision and provide direct input into solar energy research and development efforts.
The Sustainability Communications Coordinator will serve in the leadership role for communications and associated outreach activities for Appalachian’s Office of Sustainability. Position promotes Sustainability on our campus through communication of and participation in various programs that connect to our Faculty, Staff, Students, Outside Partners and the Community. Duties include serving as communications lead, program/project manager, providing consultation, counseling, performing program/project administration, conducting information research and analysis, and marketing Sustainability programs; and supervising student workers as needed.
Under the supervision of the Director of Recycling, educate and encourage participants on curbside composting through educational materials, neighborhood info sessions, email, phone calls and in person. Coordinate procurement, delivery and distribution of curbside/kitchen containers and compostable bags door to door with contractors, city staff, or community events. Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, related field or equivalent combination of education, experience and training. Three years of professional work with relevant community environmental experience that involved communications and planning, including supervising. Massachusetts Driver’s License Class D required. Excellent interpersonal, written and public speaking skills. Quick learner, excellent organization skills, diligent follow-up, record-keeping, and attention to detail. Fluency in Microsoft Office. $46,330 – $54,147. Detailed job description and application instructions available at www.cambridgema.gov.