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Assistant Professor, Sustainable Science Management (U Hawai’i Maui)

DEADLINE: October 21, 2013

This position will be primarily responsible for teaching lower division and upper division courses in the Sustainable Science Management (SSM) program, which may require expertise in energy, water, natural systems, policy processes, engineering, island issues and other fields; all in the interdisciplinary context which defines contemporary sustainability education approaches, continuing development of the SSM four year BAS degree program, development of new curriculum, outcomes and assessment strategies for courses, service-learning/internship opportunities, advising and counseling students, and assisting in campus-related activities, participating in faculty/administrative committees, community service, and in-service training, maintaining an approved program of professional development and applied research in the field.

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Preservation Program Manager (Hawaii)

DEADLINE: November 4th, 2013

Historic Hawai’i Foundation is seeking a Preservation Program Manager. This highly responsible and self-directed position provides planning, oversight and execution of HHF’s technical assistance and field services through the Preservation Resource Center. The Preservation Program Manager provides comprehensive community-based historic preservation services that increase access to and expand the variety of resources related to historic property protection through three major service lines – technical assistance, information services, and preservation programs. Click here for position description and application information.

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