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Sustainability Data and Metrics Research Fellow, MIT (MA)

MIT’s Office of Sustainability is seeking a student Sustainability Fellow to assist in researching, developing, analyzing and refining a suite of sustainability metrics and analytic tools to assist in the quantification, assessment, and communication of MIT’s current sustainability activities.

Data will be related to campus energy, water, waste, food, transportation, procurement, buildings, and more.

This position will be full-time for summer 2014 (8-10 weeks, June-August). Specific start/end dates and hours will be finalized upon hire. Pay ranges from $12-$17/hour depending on student level and ability. Open to both MIT and non-MIT students.

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Project Manager, Marine Information Analysis, Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (Boston)

The MWRA Environmental Quality Department is seeking an Intern to provide technical support for MWRA’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Compliance Program (NPDES). Tests and evaluates data reporting applications. Assemble data sets, track compliance paperwork, and assist with preparation of permit-required reports. Applications are available online at www.mwra.com or from the Human Resources Department. Please submit a completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: Susan Carter, Human Resources Specialist Massachusetts Water Resources Authority 100 First Avenue Boston, MA 02129

More information and other internships available here. Contact: douglas.hersh@mwra.com

Environmental Scientist/Program Coordinator, Pomona College (CA)

Review of Applications begins Nov. 1st, 2013

Environmental Scientist and Program Coordinator, Environmental Analysis Program, Pomona College Pomona College seeks to hire a senior environmental scientist as a tenured faculty member in the Environmental Analysis Program. Because of the intensely interdisciplinary nature of the program, we are looking for a dynamic colleague whose teaching and research demonstrate their ability to contribute across the humanities, sciences, and social sciences at one of the nation’s premier undergraduate liberal-arts programs.

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