This position assists the Coordinator for a Sustainable Bowdoin in the Department of Facilities Management and is responsible for grant writing in the area of sustainability and energy efficiency. This position includes recruiting, coordinating, and training students in the student “EcoRep” program and the office “EcoRep” program; assisting the Coordinator in other student led-initiatives, assisting in communications of Bowdoin’s sustainability initiatives and Carbon Neutrality Plan, updating the College’s environmental/sustainability databases and the sustainability website as well as verifying and reporting the effectiveness of these programs in reducing carbon emissions and associated cost reductions. The Sustainability Outreach position also staffs the College’s Sustainability Implementation Committee.
DEADLINE: October 18th, 2013
- Develop and coordinate plans, programs and initiatives to meet campus sustainability needs.
- Maintain sustainability communication and outreach programs.
- Coordinate the activities of the Campus Sustainability Task Force under the supervision of the Energy and Sustainability Manager.
- Coordinate and support sustainability events, activities, class projects, groups and clubs.
- Supervise Student Assistants and Interns.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 4th, 2013
Durham, NC – The Duke Campus Farm is a one-acre fruit and vegetable farm dedicated to serving the Duke community with fresh, healthy, sustainable produce and providing an educational facility around all things food related.
Applications are currently being accepted for the Program Coordinator position with the Duke Campus Farm. The Program Coordinator is responsible for furthering the mission of the Duke Campus Farm in two primary areas: 1) increasing access to local, organic, and sustainable food on campus, primarily from the Duke Campus Farm; and 2) growing the farm’s role as an educational resource that provides the Duke community with opportunities to engage with the study and research of food, economics, agriculture, human culture, and the environment through academic inquiry and extracurricular activities.
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the regional planning agency for Metro Boston, seeks an Energy Coordinator/Energy Planner (hereafter, Coordinator/Planner) to help achieve the local and regional clean energy goals of its long-range regional plan, MetroFuture. This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative environment to build a more sustainable and equitable future for metropolitan Boston. Find out more about the MAPC and its energy work.
Deadline: June 1, 2013
The Center for Urban Ecology (CUE) at Butler University invites applications for Butler’s first Sustainability Coordinator. We seek applicants who share our passion for creative solutions to issues related to campus sustainability, urban ecology, and sustainable cities. Butler University is a recent signatory of the American Colleges and Universities Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) and is looking to build upon this signing to develop innovative and robust sustainability programming for Butler’s campus, viewing the campus as a living laboratory for these programs. Butler’s Sustainability Coordinator will develop and oversee sustainability programming for faculty, staff and students of Butler University and promote Butler’s campus sustainability to local, regional and national audiences. This position reports to the director of the Center for Urban Ecology and will work closely with Butler’s existing Sustainability Council, students, faculty and staff to help develop and execute the University’s sustainability program.
The Coordinator, University Recycling is responsible for the overall management and development of the recycling and waste management program at the College Park campus. In coordination with other campus agencies, the incumbent will evaluate existing waste recycling related policies, practices and procedures and implement programmatic and operational changes designed specifically to increase campus participation and achieve the campus’ established program objectives and sustainability initiatives. The position will oversee the operation of the campus’ recycling center, recycling group, and solid waste group.
The Wildlife Program Coordinator provides leadership, expertise, and commitment to developing and presenting high quality wildlife programming and exhibits. S/he manages wildlife care staff and oversees animal care, participates in day-to-day animal care, is responsible for wildlife acquisitions and dispositions, manages and ensures compliance with regulations, as well as the proper and professional execution of all wildlife programs.
- Oversees the veterinary care and health of all captive wildlife at Drumlin Farm.
- Serves as the key liaison between the wildlife care and education functions.
- Designs and oversees animal handling orientations for teaching staff.
- Manages the animal collection strategy and acquisition, coordination of animal enrichment, training of animals for program use, as well as long-range planning and evaluation of wildlife programming.
- Oversees the design and development of all wildlife collection displays, exhibits, and program materials.
- Plays a key role in the ongoing assessment of the structure and operations of the Wildlife Care Department to ensure that the operations of the wildlife area reflect a broad and integrated vision for the Education Department.
Qualifications: B.S. in Environmental Science, Wildlife Management or related field plus 3 to 5 years of experience working with and/or caring for wildlife. A background in environmental education and at least 3 years of supervisory experience. Strong computer, organizational and communication skills with the ability to work independently, as well as be an active team member. Ability to work some weekend days. Requires First Aid and CPR certification upon hire, as well as successful completion of a CORI and SORI screening. Valid MA driverŒs license, ability to lift 50 pounds and traverse uneven terrain.
Compensation and Benefits: Full benefits package.
To inquire about this position:
Send a cover letter and resume to:
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
208 S Great Rd
Lincoln, MA 01773
Two positions are available. Development Special Projects Coordinator: work closely with the Development Team to execute an array of major gift strategies targeting footwear companies and industry leaders. Play an integral role in the planning of Annual Gala in NYC, a new event in Las Vegas, employee giving programs and other projects. Marketing Special Projects Coordinator: Work closely with the Communications Team to build a network of women leaders in the footwear industry (WIFI) or young leaders (Young Professionals for Two Ten); build communications programs with footwear companies, project lead a new national community service day for Two Ten Day on Feb. 10. Independence, excellent writing skills, poise, superior people-person skills, dynamic, multi-tasker, open to challenges, ready for action. Compensation: Offered, Flexible, to be arranged with intern. Contact information: Mr. Neal Newman, President, Phone: (781) 736-1522 Email: email@example.com 1466 Main Street, Waltham, MA, 02451. http://twoten.org/
The Sustainability Coordinator* will organize the delivery of programs and services for the college’s Sustainability Center. The Sustainability Coordinator* will work in collaboration with CLC faculty and staff, local government agencies, not-for profits, and other agencies and organizations to support the college’s sustainability efforts around the campus, in the curriculum, and throughout the community. The Coordinator will be directly involved in providing services to students, faculty, residents, businesses, and others seeking information, resources, and training in the areas of sustainability.
*This is a grant funded position: continued employment in this position is based on external funding sources.
Applicants should apply by October 1. For more information and to apply, click here.
REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR – JAMAICA PLAIN NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (JPNDC), JAMAICA PLAIN, MA
JPNDC is looking for a seasoned, entrepreneurial real estate professional to oversee our expanded activities. Responsibilities include: Bringing to fruition several pending affordable housing projects, including development of new housing and restructuring of existing properties Leading JPNDC’s efforts in revitalization of Jackson Square, including overseeing relations with partners, developing strategies to advance overall project and JPNDC’s components, and guiding staff and consultants. Managing eight-person real estate team, including: coordination of work, staff supervision, consultant selection and oversight, and professional development and more. Minimum of 8-10 years’ experience in community development or related field. Strong analytic and strategic thinking skills. Salary: high $80′s- mid $90′s, plus benefits. For more information and to apply, visit: http://jpndc.org/job_opportunities.html