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.
Full job description on their website.
The University of Mississippi seeks a full-time Energy Management Coordinator, a first-time position to be filled on the Oxford, MS campus.
“This is a professional position in which the incumbent is responsible for the conservation and management of energy resources used by the university. The incumbent manages energy conservation efforts, provides conservation education and training to the university community, manages utility contracts, and serves as a resource to administration as it relates to energy conservation and management while exercising independent judgment and a high degree of discretionary authority.”
Though housed in the Physical Plant Department, this person will work closely with the Office of Sustainability in implementing energy conservation projects and programs on campus. We’re looking for someone who can think outside the boiler!
For complete job description, visit the website.
The Recycling Coordinator is responsible for recycling on the Endicott Campus. He/she promotes awareness of waste reduction and environmental issues within the student body, staff and faculty, local community. The coordinator will work with Sustainable Endicott, a college-wide sustainability effort to:
1) Ensure that collection of recycling is timely and efficient
2) Identify and implement waste recycling reduction opportunities and track progress.
3) Communicate recycling information to the college community and promote efforts where appropriate.
Successful candidates should have a Bachelor Degree and a demonstrated interest in environmental issues and sustainability as well as the ability to engage and motive students.
Interested applicants can send a letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to:
376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
FAX: (978) 927-0084
MassLIFT Service Learning Coordinators (SLCs) help communities connect youth with the natural world and encourage their civic engagement by building the capacity of regional land trusts and partnered organization.
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The Farm to School Coordinator is a new position at Vital Communities. The Upper Valley Farm to School Network has merged into our Valley Food & Farm program, and this position will be responsible for coordinating farm to school activities, with support and collaboration from fellow staff. The position will work toward these long-term goals: Students enjoy and understand their connection to local food and farms, and make healthy choices based on that connection; Communities actively support their local FTS program; FTS leaders are growing in number and connectedness; FTS programs are growing in number and effectiveness; Farmers benefit from a greater connection to schools in their community
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Responsible for the timely planning and implementation of activities and programs to sustain and expand opportunities for students in energy at MIT. Primary activities include strategic planning and organization of events engaging undergraduate and graduate students throughout the academic year; managing Freshman Pre-Orientation Program (FPOP); coordinating MITEI’s participation in campus-wide activities such as Independent Activities Period (IAP), the Energy Club Conference, Campus Preview Weekend (CPW), Earth Day, and orientation; and potentially assisting with energy-related internships. Will also assist with continuous improvement for student networking and engagement on energy and related environmental challenges, increase awareness of energy education opportunities among prospective and current students, maintain and strengthen relationships with student groups, support lasting relationships with MITEI alumni, foster student leadership and engagement through collaboration with key MIT units, and provide content for and assist with the design of informational materials and news items (social media/web/print). Job #11176
The Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College invites applications for the position of A.J. Lewis Center Facilities Manager and Community Outreach Coordinator. This is a full-time, 12-month Administrative and Professional Staff position reporting to the Director of Environmental Studies. We seek applicants with a combination of strong technical and interpersonal skills who are interested in enhancing the environmental performance and educational value of a facility named the most important green building in the last 30 years by Architect magazine. Primary responsibilities are: the management and upgrading of the Lewis Center for Environmental Studies, a unique ecologically designed and engineered facility; academic support; communications and community outreach.
Find out more about the position and how to apply here.
Reporting to the Director of Sustainability, the Transportation Coordinator will implement the campus Transportation Plan which includes managing the parking system, coordinating the on-campus shuttle system, managing transportation budget, identifying and responding to transportation-related issues, conceptualizing strategy to produce and deliver marketing and outreach for internal and external audiences, facilitating the Champlain College Transportation Committee, overseeing city and state annual regulatory reporting requirements, serving as the primary contact person for outside agencies, participating in local, regional, and national transportation planning and development efforts.
Currently recruiting a Coordinator for our Bike Friendly Program. The position is a fantastic hands-on opportunity that involves networking, workshop organization, education and lastly fundraising is a large component.