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Energy Management Coordinator, University of Mississippi (Oxford, MS)

The University of Mississippi seeks a full-time Energy Management Coordinator, a first-time position to be filled on the Oxford, MS campus.

“This is a professional position in which the incumbent is responsible for the conservation and management of energy resources used by the university. The incumbent manages energy conservation efforts, provides conservation education and training to the university community, manages utility contracts, and serves as a resource to administration as it relates to energy conservation and management while exercising independent judgment and a high degree of discretionary authority.”

Though housed in the Physical Plant Department, this person will work closely with the Office of Sustainability in implementing energy conservation projects and programs on campus.  We’re looking for someone who can think outside the boiler! 

For complete job description, visit the website.

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Outreach Coordinator, University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)

The Department of Parking & Transportation at the University of Virginia is seeking a creative and enthusiastic self-starter to serve as the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Outreach Coordinator. Under general supervision, the TDM Outreach Coordinator works to promote alternative transportation programs at the University. The Outreach Coordinator works collaboratively with other University and community organizations, students, faculty, and staff to promote and advance area TDM initiatives and events.


Director for Environmental Conflict Resolution, Morris K. Udall Foundation (Tuscon, AR)

The Morris K. Udall Foundation, an independent federal agency based in Tucson, Arizona, seeks an individual to fill the position of Director for Environmental Conflict Resolution.  The Foundation is seeking an individual with experience in and a demonstrated commitment to the field of conflict resolution and a minimum of five years of senior management experience, with proven success in leading, mentoring and managing conflict resolution professionals. Learn more/apply.

Watershed Management Assistant (Cambridge, MA)

Application deadline: August 3, 2012

The Watershed Management Division of the Cambridge Water Department is seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual for the position of Watershed Management Assistant. The Watershed Management Assistant will support the Watershed Protection Supervisor in reservoir, tributary, and construction site monitoring and aid the Watershed staff with office and field activities. This position provides on-the-job training, opportunities for independent research, and experiences in natural resources management, field data collection and analysis, and watershed protection.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Assist Watershed Protection Supervisor with water quality monitoring;

• Conduct in-stream flow measurements;

• Manage water quality monitoring databases and assist with Annual Source Water Quality Report;

• Maintain and calibrate field equipment;

• Conduct construction site and dam inspections, as well as haz-mat spill response equipment inventories;

• Review site plans and draft comment letters

• Create GIS maps and develop/edit spatial data;

• Update Watershed Division website;

• Create posters, presentations, brochures, and other outreach materials for Watershed projects;

• Perform other duties as they arise.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Minimum requirements:

Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in one or more of the following areas: biology, hydrology, ecology, environmental sciences, or related natural sciences field. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office programs, ArcGIS. Strong Excel and Access skills a plus. Candidate must have the ability to work in field conditions on a daily basis, regardless of weather. Strong writing and verbal communication skills and attention to detail a must. Must have a valid driver’s license. Experience with water quality monitoring equipment, GIS/GPS, environmental sampling, water resources management desirable. Boating experience a plus.

Physical demands:

The Watershed Management Assistant will lead and assist in field sampling, so must be able to carry up to 25 lbs over rugged terrain, walk distances in wooded areas, and bend. Both office setting and field work will be required.

Rate: $34,723 yearly salary, health insurance, 13 paid holidays

One year position, 40hrs/week

Please send a cover letter and resume to David Kaplan at dkaplan@cambridgema.gov<

mailto:dkaplan@cambridgema.gov> or to the Cambridge Water Department, Attn: David Kaplan, 250 Fresh Pond Parkway, Cambridge, MA 02138

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