We currently seek a student as a GIS support/technician to join us for the fall semester to work on our coastal flood prevention and climate preparedness work. Job Description: Provide spatial data support to various climate preparedness projects, including some or all of the following tasks: . Customize flood maps for specific Boston neighborhoods.
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The Office of the Senior Vice Provost at the University of New Hampshire invites application for the position of Lecturer/Assistant Director in the newly established Sustainability Dual Major.
Reporting to the Sustainability Dual Major Program Chair, the Lecturer/Assistant Director is expected to design and teach introductory, intermediate, and upper division sustainability courses; advise and mentor students in the Dual Major and facilitate collaboration among sustainability-related faculty, staff and external partners.
|Application Deadline: Review of applications begins October 15, 2015.
The environmental stewardship and sustainability intern will assist the department director, the environmental stewardship coordinator, and the environmental sustainability coordinator with a variety of tasks related to sustainability initiatives at NOLS, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping, community outreach, public policy, and curriculum development.
The Sustainability Program Coordinator/Manager supports the university’s advancement of sustainability strategies and goals by aligning communications, outreach, education, and behavior change with sustainability commitments. This position designs, implements, modifies and manages aforementioned areas and tracks/analyzes impact of efforts for use in assessments, reports and improvement of programs.
The position serves a critical role in Lehigh’s Office of Sustainability. The Office of Sustainability was established in 2012 to identify transformative leverage points that support long-term culture change by aligning environmentally responsible solutions with socially just practices. Through policies and programs that integrate sustainability into the workplace, research & learning, and campus-community partnerships, the Office of Sustainability seeks and embraces new solutions that contribute to a more sustainable campus.
Under the general direction of the Director of Energy, Utilities and Sustainability, this position will provide administrative and program support to the department and will have strategic program leadership roles in support of a wide range of sustainability initiatives having broad impact, with a goal of institutionalizing sustainability values in student, faculty, and staff experience and campus culture. This position will heavily interface with and provide information to both internal and external constituents.