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Internship, Dept. of Recreation and Conservation (Boston, MA)

The Ecology Program Assistant provides support for the Ecology and ACEC Programs by assisting with the research permitting process, providing general administrative assistance, and assisting with field surveys or monitoring conducted by the Ecology Program staff.

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President, Second Nature (Boston, MA)

Second Nature, an organization instrumental in launching the Education for Sustainability (EFS) movement in higher education, seeks a strategic leader to serve as its next President. The successful candidate will lead an effective and agile organization that has a twenty-year record of pioneering work in developing and promoting healthy, vibrant, and sustainable communities, economies, and ecosystems.

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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

Summer Energy Intern, Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) (Boston)

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) seeks an energy intern to work in its Boston office starting in Summer, 2014. MAPC is the regional planning agency serving the people who live and work in Metropolitan Boston. Learn more.

Paralegal/Office Administrator, National Environmental Law Center (Boston)

Background
The National Environmental Law Center (NELC) is a non-profit research and litigation center dedicated to enforcing the nation’s environmental laws, such as the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and Endangered Species Act. NELC has a proven track record of bringing corporate polluters to justice by providing essential legal representation to state and local citizen groups. NELC is based in Boston and has a West Coast office in Seattle.
Job Description
NELC’s paralegal is an important member of the litigation team, and is responsible for:
·         Performing basic legal research and helping to prepare motions and pleadings for filing in court.
·         Performing factual research into topics such as industry compliance with environmental laws and the environmental and health effects of particular pollutants.
·         Developing and maintaining good working relationships with local, state, and national environmental organizations and citizen groups.
·         Coordinating media strategy and press conferences, maintaining NELC’s list of press contacts, and updating the organization’s web site.
·         Preparing and tracking the organization’s budget and business plan.
·         Coordinating and creating content for website updates, newsletters, and other publications.
·         Organizing and filing case-related documents.
·         Administering NELC’s Boston office.
Location
Boston, MA
Salary & Benefits
Salary will be commensurate with the applicant’s level of relevant experience, ranging from $24,500 to $27,000. The benefits package includes educational loan assistance, a 401(k) plan, paid vacation and sick days, and the option to participate in a group health insurance plan. Opportunities for advancement and additional training are also available.
Additional Qualifications
The NELC Paralegal/Administrator must have grit, determination, a strong sense of justice, and a healthy sense of humor.  Qualified applicants will also have excellent verbal, writing and analytical skills, the ability to debate and speak persuasively in a charged atmosphere, and the ability to think creatively and work independently.  Candidates for this position must have at least a college degree. Relevant professional experience post-college is a plus. Relevant experience includes (but is not limited to) working in political, policy, legal, journalistic, or government settings. A science background is helpful. An advanced degree, such as a master’s in a related field, may count toward a candidate’s professional experience. A minimum two-year commitment is required.
How to Apply
E-mail your cover letter, resume and a brief writing sample to nelc@nelconline.org.
Specify which position you are applying for in the subject line of the e-mail, and be sure to mention where you saw our job advertised.
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