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Various Positions, EarthJustice (Various Locations)

At Earthjustice, we are driven by a passion for justice—for people and for the environment, by a belief that we can accomplish more in genuine partnership with others, and by a commitment to excellence and strategic action.

As the premier nonprofit environmental law organization, Earthjustice is uniquely qualified to deliver sweeping, on-the-ground results that make a real difference in our environment and our communities. We work through the courts on behalf of thousands of groups, supporters and citizens to take on the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change. We are here because the Earth needs a good lawyer.

Positions available:

Associate Attorney (Alaska)

Executive Assistant/Development Assistant (San Francisco)

Individual Gifts Officer (San Fran.)

Communications Intern (San Fran.)

Communications Intern (Washington, D.C.)

Policy and Legislation Intern (Washington, D.C.)

Litigation Assistant (Washington, D.C.)

Litigation Assistant (Philadelphia)

Managing Attorney (San Fran.)

Office Assistant (D.C.)

Office Manager (San Fran.)

Bilingual Press Secretary (San Fran.)

Project Attorney (Florida)

Senior Development Officer, Major Gifts (NYC)

Staff Attorney, Int’l Program (San Fran., D.C.)

Volunteer/Pro Bono Attorney (NYC, Philadelphia)

View all the positions here.

Intern, Southwest Florida Water Management District

The Southwest Florida Water Management District is seeking a student for a PAID internship. The intern will work with staff in the Springs and Environmental Flows section on a variety of projects such as springs restoration activities and minimum flows and levels development. The student must be motivated and willing to work indoors and outdoors. A graduate level student is preferred but undergraduate students will also be considered. This position will be based out of the Brooksville office and is capped at a maximum of 25 hours/week. The internship is currently open and is anticipated to last for up to a year and a half. For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Sean King (sean.king@swfwmd.state.fl.us ; 352-796-7211 x4268).

Environmental Waste Coordinator, University of Florida

Application deadline: Feb. 5, 2014

This position is responsible for resource recovery and is integrally involved in accomplishing Zero Waste for the University. Works closely with the PPD Solid Waste and Recycling Coordinator and Solid Waste Vendor and the Department of Sustainability to conduct studies in order to identify waste streams that can be diverted into recyclable resources. Researches trends and develops innovative and advanced techniques in zero waste and resource recovery. Implements and monitors the operational processes for the reduction of waste.

Serves as the project manager or lead in projects designed to divert waste from the landfill, which might include programs such as composting, gasification, Bio digestion and others. It serves as the University’s technical expert for these matters, providing strategic direction and program suggestions for sustainable waste management. It is responsible for the progressive development and oversight of these sustainable programs.

Learn more/apply.

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