Green Corps 2015
Dartmouth College 2014
CLF has an opening for an Ocean Campaign Director. Reporting to the VP and Director of the Ocean Conservation Program and in coordination with a multi-disciplinary regional team of advocates, he or she will lead the development and implementation of CLF’s integrated campaigns for ocean habitat and biodiversity protection, sustainable fisheries and National Ocean Policy implementation.
Job description and qualifications are listed on their website.
Second Nature seeks the services of a Program Associate to join the ACUPCC Program Team and assist in recruitment, implementation, and outreach related to the ACUPCC network. This position places a strong emphasis on supporting the capacity of Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) and Under-Resourced Institutions (URIs), as well as other colleges and universities, to advance comprehensive sustainability education and climate initiatives on campus.
For a full job description and applications instructions, please visit the link. This position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.
I am the director of the Office of Energy and Environment in Medford, and I am looking to advertise an opening for a paid internship position that I have available this fall. I am hoping to hire a Tufts student who is interested in issues surrounding energy and the environment to help me with various projects. These include project management of 5 small energy efficiency projects as well as preparing for our annual energy efficiency reporting to the State and Federal government on Medford’s buildings. The intern is needed for 10 hours a week during the Fall semester, but the availability to start in August is a plus. Distribution of the hours can fit your schedule, but must fit within City Hall’s open business hours (Mon, Tues, Thurs 8:30-4:30, Wed 8:30-7:30, Fri 8:30-12:30).
Tasks include oversight of grant paperwork and bills, visiting the work locations, data entry and general office help. Possibility to continue on other projects in the Spring semester. Compensation is $10 per hour. A good candidate is a self-starter who can work independently, use common sense and take initiative. The City of Medford is also a Federal Work-Study site and students eligible for work-study are encouraged to apply.
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The Recycling Coordinator is responsible for recycling on the Endicott Campus. He/she promotes awareness of waste reduction and environmental issues within the student body, staff and faculty, local community. The coordinator will work with Sustainable Endicott, a college-wide sustainability effort to:
1) Ensure that collection of recycling is timely and efficient
2) Identify and implement waste recycling reduction opportunities and track progress.
3) Communicate recycling information to the college community and promote efforts where appropriate.
Successful candidates should have a Bachelor Degree and a demonstrated interest in environmental issues and sustainability as well as the ability to engage and motive students.
Interested applicants can send a letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to:
376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
FAX: (978) 927-0084
TranSystems, a national transportation engineering, design and planning firm, seeks a candidate to provide detailed technical support for intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and transportation planning projects.
The successful applicant must share a mixed passion for transportation systems and the application of technology in transportation. Candidates should have a basic understanding of public transportation technology concepts such as location tracking, mapping and geographic information systems (GIS), vehicle dispatching, vehicle/driver scheduling, wireless communications, and enterprise software.
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Madison Park Development Corporation (MPDC) is one of the country’s first community-based, non-profit organizations to independently develop affordable housing for low and moderate income residents. Since our founding in 1966, MPDC has created what has been hailed as a model of resident-led community development. We have developed over 1,200 units of rental housing and 113 units of homeownership housing. In the area of commercial real estate, we have renovated 85,000 rentable square feet of formerly vacant commercial space. A number of projects are currently in various stages of development.
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Manages the overall activities of the Data Management group relative to quality assurance and quality control of complex water quality monitoring data, database management, and compliance-required, reporting. Develops a comprehensive master plan for data storage and management, utilizing essential QA/QC and robust back-up methodologies.
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