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Director of Parking & Transportation Services , Western Carolina University (Cullowhee, NC)

Under the direction of the Chief of Police/Director of Police and Parking Services, the Director of Parking and Transportation Services is responsible for administrative, operational and fiscal oversight of programs providing a broad range of commuter/campus access and transportation related services to Western Carolina University. This includes Parking Services, Parking Enforcement, and the Cat-Tran Shuttle Service.

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Botanical Garden Director, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the North Carolina Botanical Garden, whose mission is to inspire understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants in gardens and natural areas and to advance a sustainable relationship between people and nature.

Inquiries may be addressed to Dr. Todd Boyette, Chair, Botanical Garden Director Search Committee, at tboy@email.unc.edu or 919-843-2085.  Nominations may be addressed to Dr. Boyette, c/o Debbie Stevenson, 104 South Building, CB# 3000, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3000 or debbie_stevenson@unc.edu.  Review of applications will begin September 15, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.  Anticipated start date is January 1, 2015, but is negotiable.  

To apply, go to the job posting.

Candidates should submit a cover letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae, and the names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of three references.  All inquiries will be kept confidential in the early stages of the search process.  Applicants will be directly solicited for permission before references are contacted.

Planning Assistant to UEP Instructor, Tufts University (Medford, MA)

Neighborhood Transportation Planning Assistant for Tufts UEP Instructor Mark Chase. Assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of Somerville Neighborways. Ten hours per week/  $12 per hour through August 1st.  Please contact mark.chase@tufts.edu for more information.

Sustainability Planning Internship, City of Cambridge (MA)

The Sustainability Intern will assist the Environmental and Transportation Planning Division staff primarily on climate protection and preparedness projects, including local energy planning and development of a climate change preparedness plan. Contact: John Bolduc, Environmental Planner Address: Community Development Department, 344 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139 Phone: (617) 349-4628, Fax: (617) 349-4633, Email: jbolduc@cambridgema.gov

Assistant Director, Center for Earth & Environmental Science, Indiana University

The purpose of this job is to assist the director in overseeing the Center’s education outreach efforts, operations and accounts, coordinate fund raising development in conjunction with university and IU Foundation development staff, coordinate student experiential learning efforts, and act as a liaison between the Center and School of Science operations and programs.

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Capacity Organizer, Center for Green Schools, USGBC

Join the Center for Green Schools at the US Green Building Council (USGBC) in supporting an initiative that mobilizes thousands of volunteers, transforms thousands of schools and impacts the lives of millions of students around the world. This experience offers you an opportunity to bring community organizing skills and an enthusiasm for community-based volunteer work to an expanding international movement.

We are seeking a Capacity Organizer to work with program staff from spring through October 3, 2014 to secure participation in and support of the third annual Green Apple Day of Service. Capacity Organizers will support the transformation of communities across the country and around the world, by connecting committed volunteers to meaningful service opportunities on schools and campuses.

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Sustainable Energy Technology Research Fellow, Oberlin College (OH)

Application Deadline: May 12, 2014

The Environmental Studies Program and the Office of Environmental Sustainability at Oberlin College invite applications for the position of Sustainable Technology Research Fellow. This is a full-time, one-year position (renewal for additional years contingent on grant funding), beginning on June 1, 2014, jointly reporting to Professor of Environmental Studies, John Petersen, and Meghan Riesterer Assistant Vice President of Energy Management and Sustainability and will work closely with the Project Manager for Environmental Dashboard.

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Environmental Programs Advisor, University of California Santa Barbara

Priority Deadline: May 6, 2014

Environmental Programs Advisor
Expert advisor to 4-6 A.S. boards and committees in the environmental aspects of their projects. Boards include Coastal Fund, Environmental Affairs Board, and Bike Committee and any other board or committee dealing with an event or issue concerning the environment. Facilitates student development, and serves as an informational source on University and A.S. policies and procedures. Provides a vital link between students and community organizations and governmental agencies concerning current environmental issues. Ensures networking between the environmental groups on campus to encourage collaboration, student development, project design and training initiatives, and to avoid duplication of efforts. Provides guidance, research and education on the environment for a variety of A.S. and campus wide efforts.

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Program Manager, Transboundary Water Management (Stockholm, Sweden)

The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) is recruiting a Programme Manager to work with the thematic area of Transboundary Water Management and support to the implementation of the new UNESCO Category II Centre on Water Cooperation. Learn more.

Senior Biodiversity Research, ICF (Washington, D.C.)

ICF International seeks a Senior Biodiversity Researcher. This position will serve as the senior biodiversity researcher on a team charged with ‘building the evidence base’ for the USAID-funded Measuring Impact project. Measuring Impact (MI) helps USAID’s Office of Forestry and Biodiversity in the Bureau of Economic Growth, Education, and the Environment advance its leadership in developing and implementing rigorous programs that improve conservation outcomes and human wellbeing by building the capacity of the Agency to design, monitor, and evaluate effective programs and by enhancing the evidence base that informs programming decisions. This five-year project is led by Environmental Incentives in partnership with Foundations of Success and ICF International. Learn more.