Direct the day to day operations of the program, set goals, review performance and ensure that the team’s work is of the highest quality and administered fairly, consistently and accurately. Learn more.
This position leads the development and implementation of the organizational communications strategy, with the goal of cultivating
and expanding EcoLogic’s base of support. Under the framework of this strategy and in collaboration with the Director of Development and Communications, responsibilities include: develop and implement annual communications plans and budgets; ensure consistent and appropriate use of EcoLogic’s communications, messaging and brand; conceptualize, write, and produce electronic and print publications including the annual report, the bi-annual newsletter, the monthly eNewsletter, and the blog; create, manage and update EcoLogic website content and search engine optimization; cooperate with and support development staff on communications for fundraising; cooperate with and support program and evaluation staff on communications for the dissemination of learning and thought leadership; raise and manage EcoLogic’s profile through advertising, outreach, and media coverage; manage EcoLogic’s image repository; collaborate with the Regional Office on Spanish-language communications; and facilitate internal communications and reporting between staff in the US and staff, partners, and community resource users in thefield, and with the Board of Directors, including coordinating the preparation of periodic updates to the Board.
NEC is hiring! There are currently five open positions, three of which are full-time. The available positions are: Director of Organizing, Racial and Economic Justice Initiative, Youth and Student Network Organizer, Communications and Online Organizing Coordinator, IT and Data Systems Coordinator, and Operations Intern. For more information, and for complete listings, click here.
This position leads Harvard’s Green Building Services (GBS) program and oversees the administration and implementation of Harvard’s Green Building Standards. The Green Building Services group provides sustainable building consulting services to the Harvard community, including existing facility owners, capital project teams, and other units. For more information and to apply, click here.
Deadline: Dec. 1st, 2013
HEET (Home Energy Efficiency Team) is an award-winning nonprofit that fights climate change through teaching hands-on practical skills in energy efficiency while performing “energy upgrades” in the buildings of nonprofits. HEET also implements other energy-efficiency and renewable-energy programs in the greater Boston area.
HEET is seeking a 25-hour-per-week Executive Director to run and grow the organization. The Executive Director raises funds, manages staff, reports to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.
The Director will work remotely and have flexible hours, but live in or near Cambridge, MA. The job will include occasional weekend events. The Director should love people and learning, and be highly driven to cut carbon emissions.
Needed skills: proven fundraiser/grant-writer, excellent writing and speaking skills, experience with managing, hiring staff, and managing budgets, energy efficiency knowledge and a comfort with a diverse range of stakeholders
General competency with office software, including Quickbooks, PowerPoint, Excel preferred. Prior experience in a nonprofit is a plus.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Contact HEET.Cambridge@gmail.com with resume, references and writing sample.