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.
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.
Application deadline: April 15, 2014
The Sustainability Coordinator – Outreach and Engagement, is a core member of the University of Virginia’s Office for Sustainability and will assist in leading the Facilities Management department in providing outreach and engagement for sustainability to support the educational, research, health care and public service mission of the University. This position engages students, faculty, and staff in University-wide sustainability initiatives through support of behavior change and educational programs, such as the Green Workplace Program and Sustainability Partners.
DEADLINE: March 3, 2014
The Sustainability Program Manager is a core member of the University of Virginia’s Office for Sustainability and assists leading the Facilities Management department in providing, and advocating for, sustainable design and operations to support the educational, research, health care and public service mission of the University.
Tufts Community Relations (TCR) has been working with University Information Technology (UIT) for several years to donate computers to community agencies and schools.
The Tufts Computer Donation Program collects, cleans up and donates Tufts-owned computers that are less than five years old to the Grafton, Boston, and Medford/Somerville communities. Older computers are recycled via Tufts’ long-standing recycling program. Before donation, all computer hard drives are wiped and their operating systems reinstalled. UIT then provides a list of available computers to TCR to identify organizations that would benefit from a donation.
Medford/Somerville faculty and staff with old computers to donate should go to Facilities’ website and ask to schedule a time for them to pick-up your old computer. If you work in Boston or Grafton, email email@example.com. For more details, visit UIT’s website.