Building on a strong foundation of campus sustainability progress, the Sustainability Communications Coordinator is responsible for handling the Office for Sustainability’s multimedia communications efforts in multiple formats, including the web, social media, and print. The coordinator will also support the Office for Sustainability with event planning and scheduling. This is a 20-hour per week position.
Application Deadline: Open until filled
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The Sustainable Endowments Institute (SEI), a special project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, seeks highly motivated and reliable individuals for a full-time Joint Communications and Research Fellowship this summer. The fellowship positions will last 10-12 weeks, dependent on applicant interest and/or project responsibilities, starting on or after May 30, 2016. Flexible scheduling arrangements can be considered in certain circumstances.
Application Deadline: Applications considered on a rolling basis until April 1, 2016.
The Tufts Office of Sustainability is seeking a full-time summer intern to assist with day-to-day office activities. The intern will assist with office communications, including creating documents and outreach materials, writing articles, assisting with social media programming, and performing website and blog maintenance.
The Community GIS Project Leader is an AAUP represented non-tenure track faculty appointment at the rank of Senior Research Associate 1.
Principal duties of the position:
• Community geography – engage with communities throughout the Portland region to identify innovating mapping and other data visualizations to serve community needs.
• Provide GIS analysis support for projects in IMS and PRC.
• Possibly teach within the undergraduate or graduate programs within the College of Urban and Public Affairs or in PSU’s University Studies program.
• Contribute to strategic planning for IMS and PRC.
|Application Deadline: Screening begins February 8, 2016 and remains open until finalists are identified.
MIT’s Climate CoLab (www.climatecolab.org) is a quickly-growing online platform where 50,000 people from around the world work with experts and each other to create, analyze, and select detailed proposals for what to do about climate change. In 2016, the Climate CoLab is running a suite of contests on topics such as energy efficiency, transportation, adaptation, and engaging the public, as well as on specific regions around the world.
Contest Fellows are graduate students, PhD candidates or professionals with expertise in topics related to climate change; and are eager to support a diverse online community in developing new, creative solutions. They work with senior experts, explore deeply issues of interest to them, connect with relevant organizations and interested citizens internationally, and take a leadership position in this fast-growing and innovative project. This role requires a strong and ongoing commitment for the duration of the contest (a minimum of 2 hours/week between Jan – July 2016). Fellowships can be completed virtually and are unpaid.
Impact Assessment Fellows
take a leadership role in analyzing and certifying the climate impact of proposals submitted to the platform. We seek graduate students or professionals with experience in computer-based modeling and an interest in mentoring others, who can devote 5 hours per week from March to June. All Fellows will receive training. Positions can be completed virtually and are unpaid. Learn more.
| Application deadline: December 10th, 2015